Mining industry veteran Dermot Ryan joins Callum on the podcast to discuss… Why 2013 was the pivot year for Australian miners...
I’m short term bearish and long term bullish on gold. To see why, I’d like to draw your attention to a couple of charts.
Despite the massive jump in Fortescue’s share price, it’s still only trading at around half the price of the peak of the market in 2008.
Shareholders in the world’s largest miner, BHP [ASX:BHP], have watched its share price rally upwards of 80% over the same time.
Electric Vehicles don’t run on petrol; instead, they run on electricity. It’s an important point to make, and could shift investment back into minerals.
Orocobre’s shareholder must feel like they’re on a roller-coaster right now. Why did Orocobre trade up in the first place? I'll explain.
There are plenty more investors getting these results from The Lazarus Project. I have no doubt that The Lazarus Project represents the best chance you’ll have to double every dollar you invest this year...at least.
The S&P/ASX 200 Banks index is down 13.7% year-to-date. And it’s down 28.4% since March 2015. On the flipside, what has been one of the best performing sectors on the Australian stock market this year?
Kris looks at BHP Billiton’s record loss and its lowest annual revenue result since 2005. The resource boom is definitely over, but is this the end of the downturn?
In 2016, after years of promise, resource stocks have finally started to rebound. The only issue now is whether they can keep going.