Streetwise Reports' Article Archives — May 2017 back to current month (9)
Trump's No. 1 Energy Source Maximum Momentum Trade (05/31/2017)
With fundamentals in place for uranium to take off, Lior Gantz, editor of Wealth Research Group, profiles a company with a recent significant uranium deal.
The master limited partnership (MLP) industry, focused on energy infrastructure, is in the process of a major transformation known as "simplification," where limited partners have merged with or acquired the interests of the general partner. Adam Karpf, portfolio manager for MLP strategies at CIBC Atlantic Trust Private Wealth Management, discusses the trend toward simplification and the benefits for management teams and investors.
With the market in flux, Chen Lin of the popular newsletter What Is Chen Buying?, What Is Chen Selling? is hedging his bets with investments in a variety of companies in different sectors.
Castle Silver Should be Called Castle Cobalt (05/23/2017)
With the price of cobalt increasing, Bob Moriarty of 321 Gold profiles Castle Silver, which has turned its focus to cobalt.
Energy's Day in the Sun Is Coming for Investors (05/18/2017)
Market trends are aligning in energy's favor, says Louis James, editor of International Speculator, and in this interview with The Energy Report, he discusses several segments of the market that he believes could see large gains.
Don't Waver—Hard Asset Bull Market Still Intact (05/18/2017)
The severity of the commodities bear market from 2011–2015 makes Matt Geiger, managing partner at MJG Capital, confident that the current hard asset bull market will last into 2019 and quite possibly longer. In this interview with The Gold Report, Geiger discusses commodities he is especially keen on right now and several companies that he expects to perform well.
LiCo Energy Metals Seeks Energy Metals (05/15/2017)
With solar energy on the ascendance, Bob Moriarty of 321 Energy discusses LiCo Energy Metals and its lithium and cobalt projects.
UGE International is solidifying its position as a leader in the commercial solar market.
DOE Uranium Reduction Should Help Boost Market (05/02/2017)
Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry issued a determination that reduces the amount of uranium the department can transfer in 2017 and 2018; the reduction should give a boost to uranium producers.
|"UGE is well on its way to a high-margin, recurring revenue stream."|
|"TRCH is looking attractive here; it broke out of a base pattern."|