The price of uranium has reached its highest level in over two-and-a-half years, as market demand increases for big producers, and China commits to building new plants in a bid for cleaner alternative energy...
When the stock market responds to strong economic news with falls, it’s not a bullish sign, folks. It tells you the good news is largely priced in, and that it is, in fact, now bad news. Why?
I’m hopeful for more tariffs to come… If you remember in yesterday’s Money Morning, I wrote that taxes — whether that’s income or tariffs — are terrible. So why am I hopeful for more?
Chinese demand for uranium is set to explode. Current demand stands 64,000 tonnes globally, and China’s demand is set to rise to 88,000–100,000 tonnes by 2025.
To start the week off, gold prices slipped on Monday, ending its three month highs in previous sessions after mounting pressure from a strong US dollar and a return to risk taking assets in the aftermath of the recent global market sell off...
It was finally enough. More than an 8% decline from the Dow and the ASX 200, and investors are back in. If you stop and listen you can still hear the mainstream cry ‘buy the dip!’ from last week.
Since the beginning of 2018, Chinese stocks have lost over 30% of their value. So what does China plan to do to increase spending and the economy as the boom finally comes to a close?
The market is in the process of pricing in a Labor government. This means things like more renewable energy investment, a potential end to franking credit rebates for retirees, and an end to negative gearing on existing homes.
At stake is an estimated market of $200 billion — with more growth on the horizon. Here's why Aussie pot stocks have potential...
The recent correction represents a decline of just over 9% from the peak. That compares to a decline of 5.1% earlier in the year. That is a solid dumping of stocks. Why the panic?