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Thursday
Apr022015

Doug Casey: Signs of a Resource Sector Bottom

Doug Casey: Signs of a Resource Sector Bottom

By Doug Casey

Interviewed by Louis James, Editor, International Speculator

L: Well, Doug, we’ve seen another quarter of high volatility and significant world events. What strikes you as most important at present?

Doug: Everything is still held together with chewing gum and baling wire, for which I’m grateful, considering what’s coming. It’s very clear to me that the global economy is in very much the same space as it was in 2007—in other words, on the edge of a precipice.

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L: On the global economy, my question is this: If Obama and Yellen have saved the US and Merkel and Draghi are saving the EU, why are commodities selling off so dramatically? Iron, copper, oil—just about everything is selling off. How can an economy be recovering if it’s not using raw materials?

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Wednesday
Apr012015

A Cure for Metals Investor Malaise

A Cure for Metals Investor Malaise

By Louis James

Markets fluctuate. Sectors cycle. Investors love and hate these facts, but we all know that if it were not so, it would be impossible to buy low and sell high.

The problem, of course, is that no one can time the market consistently. That makes it hard to know when low is low enough to make buying a likely one-way street and when it’s high enough to make selling a stroke of genius.

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Tuesday
Mar312015

Iran Backs Away From Key Detail in Nuclear Deal

LAUSANNE, Switzerland — With a negotiating deadline just two days away, Iranian officials on Sunday backed away from a critical element of a proposed nuclear agreement, saying they are no longer willing to ship their atomic fuel out of the country.

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Monday
Mar302015

U.S. Support for Nuclear Energy at 51%

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- A slim majority of Americans (51%) now favor the use of nuclear energy for electricity in the U.S., while 43% oppose it.

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Sunday
Mar292015

A Miner Problem, $2 Billion in Negative Working Capital

The Chart of the Week is a weekly feature in Visual Capitalist on Fridays.

In a lengthy bear market for mining stocks, there have been repeated calls by pundits for the culling of hundreds of companies that have been unable to raise new money or generate shareholder value.

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Tuesday
Mar242015

Jordan, Russia Sign $10 Billion Deal on Nuclear Power Plant

 

Jordan signed a $10 billion deal with Russia on Tuesday to build the kingdom's first nuclear power plant, with two 1,000-megawatt reactors in the country's north.

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Tuesday
Mar242015

The Middle East Nuclear Race Is Already Underway

While the U.S. and other world powers work to constrain Iran's nuclear program, five rival nations plan atomic programs

One of the most important reasons why the U.S. is trying to conclude a nuclear deal with Iran is to prevent an Iranian bomb from triggering a nuclear race in the Middle East.

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Wednesday
Mar182015

China Revives Nuclear Power to Shed Smog Masks: Chart

(Bloomberg) -- China approved the construction of new nuclear reactors for the first time since Japan’s Fukushima disaster in 2011 as the world’s biggest polluter seeks to drive protective masks out of fashion.

THE CHART OF THE DAY compares China’s total electricity output with amounts generated from thermal coal, hydroelectric power and atomic reactors.

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Tuesday
Mar172015

The future is nuclear, says Hans Blix

 

ABU DHABI // New generations of nuclear power plants will not lead to disastrous accidents like the one in Fukushima, Japan, the chairman of the UAE’s nuclear programme advisory board has said.

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Monday
Mar162015

Modeling nuclear energy

Senior Sterling Harper tackles nuclear energy risk with virtual simulation tools.

Julia Sklar | MIT News correspondent 
March 16, 2015

 

Several years ago, as an incoming freshman, current MIT senior Sterling Harper had no inkling that he’d find his passion in writing nuclear engineering software.

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