Shares of Santos Ltd [ASX:STO] have been trading sideways for much of 2017. However, this could all change with an upcoming ‘uber-project’ that could see a potential reversal of their five-year-long 70% fall in the stock price.
Among the commodities surging in 2016 were iron ore, thermal coal and oil. Oil in particular has doubled since February. But it hasn’t completely recovered.
Our stock market’s driven by commodity prices and the banks. That’s not great news. Despite a few promising sectors, the resources bear's alive and kicking.
We can’t be certain, but gold could start nosediving soon. If you want to prosper, I recommend shorting gold and/or buying a certain type of gold stock.
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.