This company trying to chip away at China's dominance in the production of rare earths vital to the green economy has taken another important step. Find out why one analyst says this company is set to take a leading role in North America for the elements.
Recently, Firewood Metals Corp. announced it had completed a geophysical survey at its Gayna project in Canada's Northwest Territories.Read to see what the company is looking forward to and what experts are saying about this company's stock.
World events are demonstrating the importance of defense technology, and this company hopes its British Columbia project will curtail dependence on Chinese rare earth elements in this sector. That's why these analysts say the stock is a Buy.
This company has started Phase 2 of its infrastructure and open-pit geotechnical drilling at its rare earth element (REE) project in British Columbia. Find out why one analyst thinks it's an excellent time for exposure to these elements important to defense, electronics, and electric vehicles (EVs).
Adrian Day, the president of Adrian Day Asset Management, shares a review of the current state of the market. He notes that markets fell in the third quarter as the Fed remained hawkish, though risks may ease next year as growth slows and inflation returns.
Michael Ballanger of GGM Advisory Inc. shares his experience surviving three major crashes and one mini crash to tell you how he survived. He also shares stocks he believes are worth looking into and explains why he believes you should invest in copper.
First Tellurium Corp. says it is launching a new drilling program and induced polarization (IP) geophysical survey at its Deer Horn property in British Columbia. Find out why this stock could advance, according to one analyst.
This lithium technology company that just announced it had received US$1.3 million from the Department of Energy (DOE), as a follow-up to a US$30 million fund. The company also signed a term sheet for a pilot production facility in Alabama says its mission is to deliver sustainable lithium production without evaporation ponds. Find out why analysts say this sector is set to expand.