Streetwise Reports' Article Archives — November 2016 back to current month (8)
Jack Chan: Energy Sector Cycle Turns Up (11/19/2016)
Technical analyst Jack Chan charts a new buy signal in the energy sector.
Torchlight Energy Resources: Update After Breakout (11/19/2016)
Technical analyst Clive Maund reiterates his investment thesis for Torchlight Energy Resources after the stock spikes.
With the execution of a letter of intent between the company and the chairman of its board, Torchlight Energy will essentially double its working interest in the Hazel Project in the Midland Basin, says Dallas Salazar of ATLAS Consulting, calling the deal one of the single most accretive energy complex transactions dating back to the beginning of the current commodity pricing crisis.
Torchlight Delivers Again and Again (11/14/2016)
Bob Moriarty of 321 Energy disects Torchlight Energy Resources' latest play in the Permian Basin.
Uranium companies are struggling with the weakness in the uranium market; priced below $20/lb, U3O8 is at levels not seen in well over a decade. But Energy Fuels recently announced two diversification plays that could help insulate it from low uranium prices, and analysts are applauding the news.
Oil prices have rebounded slightly after speculation about OPEC's ability to cap production later in November and uncertainty surrounding the U.S. presidential election sent them sliding last week, a drop that affected the portfolios of investors across the board.
Despite depressed oil prices, Royal Dutch Shell Plc announced strong Q3/16 earnings on Nov. 1. The company attributes the gains, in part, to the now-completed integration of BG Group Plc, which it acquired in February.
The Lithium Boom Has a New Player in Argentina (11/01/2016)
Bob Moriarty of 321 Gold discusses a company that has hit the ground running in Argentina's lithium triangle.
|"POE was drilling water but found a good oil zone!"|
|"DEFN's high-grade rare earths deposit is rich in 'magnet' materials."|
|"AZZ showed recoveries of 87ľ92% for copper, 82ľ88% for silver."|