This month the price of uranium reached US$27.30 a pound. Historically speaking, uranium prices have proved fickle, from its peak to trough range of US$143 May 2007 to US$7.10 in December 2000 respectively.The spot price of uranium remained relatively volatile throughout this year.
Could you be a One Percenter? I mean…someone at the top of their game — better than the other 99%. Naturally, most people won’t crack the top 1%. It simply isn’t possible. There’s only room for one in every 100…
Again, US-China trade tensions are all over the headlines. Now as you’re probably aware, tariffs are no good for anyone.
Kris looks at the massive falls in the crypto markets, including one of the most well-known cryptocurrencies. Pessimism surrounding cryptos may be at an all-time high, but Kris discusses some of the reasons that there may be light at the end of the tunnel…
China has a notorious reputation from days gone by of making rubbish cars. For a country built on manufacturing you’d think they’d sort it out by now. But it looks like they might...
The amount of money hedge funds control exceeds US$300 billion. In 2012, this figure was closer to US$39 billion. A real question has to be asked. Do we even need hedge funds?
Yesterday I discussed the gold price and provided some reasons as to why the yellow metal could move higher in the months ahead. Let me emphasise the word could.
If we wind things back a little, 2G kicked off global communications. 3G brought us mobile internet. 4G gave us much faster speeds to send and receive data. It also made such data more secure.
What’s going on with the gold price? In US dollars (the most important global benchmark), it’s trading just over US$1,200 an ounce, after being well above US$1,300 an ounce earlier in the year.
Profits aren’t growing (over a two-year stretch). And long-term debt is up 62% over the same period. These are all valid points. But what should investors holding SEEK do?