Streetwise Reports' Article Archives — May 2018 back to current month (23)
The firm is on the inside track to establish a major solar farm in Puerto Rico, and obtaining financing brings it one step closer to the project's financial close, which could be a major rerating event.
Renewable Energy Stock Update After Project Go Ahead (05/30/2018)
Technical analyst Clive Maund discusses Greenbriar after its big Montalva solar project has effectively gotten the go ahead.
With demand for cobalt skyrocketing, a near-term, fully permitted cobalt mine in Idaho is garnering attention by continuing to hit its milestones.
Analyst Bill Newman with Mackie Research Capital Corp. provided a post-Q1/18 update on this energy firm.
Analyst Tom Erik Kristiansen with Pareto Securities made the case for investing in this energy company.
Commodity Supercycle Smiling on Energy Metals (05/24/2018)
The commodity supercycle could be on an upward curve, and among the commodities, the energy metals could see the most lift, fed by demand for alternative energy going mainstream among consumers, posits Lobo Tiggre of Louis James Ltd. and founder and editor of Independent Speculator, in this interview with Streetwise Reports.
Graphite Mine Progressing in Madagascar (05/24/2018)
Proven and Probable's Maurice Jackson interviews DNI Metals Executive Chairman Dan Weir, who discusses his company's plans for its projects in Madagascar.
Pardeep Sangha, an analyst with Haywood Securities, reviewed this energy solutions company's first quarter financial results.
Politicians Just Don't Get It on Kinder Morgan (05/23/2018)
Rick Mills of Ahead of the Herd opines on the political situation with Kinder Morgan's pipeline.
Natural Gas Seasonal Cycles Show Upside Potential (05/19/2018)
A traditional seasonal pattern in natural gas has set up, and may result in a tremendous trading opportunity, writes Chris Vermeulen of Technical Traders.
Raymond James reviewed the issue this energy company is currently tackling.
An independent small-cap Texas oil company moves forward with oil production in the Orogrande and continues to grow by adding property in the Delaware Basin.
A potential Russian backlash to U.S. sanctions could be a boon to U.S. uranium producers.
This small-cap energy firm's Permian Basin drilling and testing have been showing good results, and the company has just started.
Explorer Discovers Lithium Deposit in Nevada (05/15/2018)
One of the largest deposits of lithium in North America appears to be extraction friendly.
Pavel Molchanov, an analyst with Raymond James, reviewed this energy firm's favorable first quarter production numbers and cash position.
The Critical Investor discusses a maiden resource estimate for a lithium deposit in Nevada.
Brand-New Oil Play in this Overlooked Texas Region (05/08/2018)
Advancements in fracking and a rising oil price are putting the Red Cave formation back on the map, and a small-cap energy company is acquiring a large land package, cementing its position in this low-cost area.
Cobalt in the Golden Triangle (05/08/2018)
Ron Struthers of Struthers Resource Stock Report profiles a microcap company with a prospective cobalt property in BC's Golden Triangle.
Todd Hilditch and Glenn Catchpole of URZ Energy speak with Gerardo Del Real of Resource Stock Digest about the company's just-announced merger with Azarga Uranium.
Raymond James reported on the recently announced proposed deal.
BMO Capital Markets analyst Alexander Pearce reviewed the implications of this arrangement.
Peter Epstein of Epstein Research discusses the maiden resource estimate for a Nevada lithium project.
|"AZZ showed recoveries of 87–92% for copper, 82–88% for silver."|
|"DEFN's high-grade rare earths deposit is rich in 'magnet' materials."|
|"POE was drilling water but found a good oil zone!"|