Jason Stevenson

Jason Stevenson is Money Morning’s resource analyst. He believes the best way to make money lies in the resources sector. He says, despite the current environment, there’s always a good resources stock trading under the radar. Jason originally studied accounting and finance at Curtin University, where he was awarded a first-class honours degree. His professional background stems across high-net-worth, top tier accounting (corporate finance, tax and auditing), and sell-side equities research. Before joining the team at Markets and Money, Jason worked at boutique firms which advised fund managers and high-net-worth clients on where to invest. Now he brings that expertise to Money Morning, providing readers with his take on the Aussie resource sector, geopolitics and macro events. Whether its oil and gas, gold or lithium, you’re guaranteed an in-depth analysis of the week’s most important topic. Jason is also the lead analyst of Gold Stock Trader, a premium service for investors serious about precious metal stocks. Websites and financial e-letters Jason writes for:

Why Crude Oil is Set to Turnaround

Some people believe crude will march to higher prices. Others say it’s overpriced… It’s tough to know who’s right. But, objectively speaking, the sector remains broadly ‘hated’ by the market. 

Lithium Power International Share Price Rises by 1.69%

Shares of Lithium Power International Limited [ASX:LPI] are trading at 29.5 cents. That’s a 1.69% increase, today. LPI are a business interested in the acquisition and advancement of promising lithium projects. Although the share price of LPI increased by 1.69% today, it hasn’t been so positive recently.

Pilbara Minerals Share Price Surges More Than 4%

Currently Pilbara Minerals Limited’s [ASX:PLS] share price is up 4.04% for the day, at $0.045 at the time of writing. The emerging lithium and tantalum producer is located in Port Hedland, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The supply of lithium is highly sought after, and demand is really only expected to grow.
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