The rooftop panels and churning turbines of booming solar and wind energy are helping make U.S. nuclear power plants, with all the safety fears and rising costs they bring, obsolete, some experts say. So much so
The Tennessee Valley Authority's (TVA) Watts Bar Unit 2 was connected to the power grid on June 3, becoming the first nuclear power plant to come online since 1996,
“Oil Market: Peak Demand, Gold Market: Peak Supply”
One of the most engaging and bright analysts of our industry, Grant Williams, joins Lars in this podcast. Grant speaks about Oil, Gold and about ‘The Donald’, inter alia. Grant of course, together with his partner Raoul Pal, also initiated the RealVision TV channel producing high quality in-depth financial market interviews.
Producer pain portends tightening as demand prospects improve
Morningstar predicts $65 a pound by 2019 from $28.25 now
Exelon Corp. said Thursday it will close two nuclear plants in Illinois because they are no longer profitable to operate.
The retirement of the Clinton and Quad Cities plants before their useful life is over will take nearly 3,000 megawatts
By Justin Spittler
Editor's note: Today, we're continuing our conversation with Crisis Investing editor Nick Giambruno. Yesterday, Nick explained the ins and outs of crisis investing…and what he looks for in a good crisis investment. In part two, Nick shares two key markets he's keeping an eye on today…
J. Spittler, editor of The Daily Dispatch: What are some of your most successful crisis investments?
Nick Giambruno: In 2013, the tiny European island of Cyprus had a banking crisis. Its stock market plunged 98%. It was one of the most significant financial crises in recent memory.