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How Investors at the California Capital Conference Picked the Next Top Small-Cap Companies
Source: Staff of The Gold Report  (12/7/15)
If only someone could bottle the experience of finding an overlooked company, investing for pennies a share and cashing in for 10, 20 or 30 times what you paid. Priceless, right? But how to find those companies? Small caps aren't covered by the mainstream press and analysts the way blue chips are, and determining value of an early-stage company before profit and loss statements take on real meaning and big questions about science and markets are answered can be difficult. That is why veteran investors like Tom Swaney, president of California-based Harwood Capital Inc., like to meet management in person at events like the California Capital Conference. More >


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Can Coal Endure Competition, Anti-Carbon Lobby?
Source: Zacks Equity Research  (11/17/14)
"The switch in the U.S. Senate recently following the mid-term elections is beneficial for the industry, as the incoming majority remains opposed to the EPA's tough regulatory regime. But it's hard to know to what extent they can help the industry given the existing rules/statues in place already." More >


Doug Casey

How is Doug Casey Preparing for a Crisis Worse than 2008? He and His Fellow Millionaires Are Getting Back to Basics
Source: JT Long of The Mining Report  (9/2/14)
Trillions of dollars of debt, a bond bubble on the verge of bursting and economic distortions that make it difficult for investors to know what is going on behind the curtain have created what author Doug Casey calls a crisis economy. But he is not one to be beaten down. He is planning to make the most of this coming financial disaster by buying equities with real value—silver, gold, uranium, even coal. And, in this interview with The Mining Report, he shares his formula for determining which of the 1,500 "so-called mining stocks" on the TSX actually have value. More >


Energy Independence: Financial Fact or Political Fiction?
Source: JT Long of The Energy Report  (7/3/14)
energyind82It has been more than a year since Citigroup Inc. published "Energy 2020: Independence Day," outlining the impacts of progress toward North American energy self-sufficiency. For this special 4th of July edition of The Energy Report, we reached out to experts in the energy investing space for an update on how recent political events and production trends in the field impact our ability to produce what we use. For Porter Stansberry, Marin Katusa, Chris Martenson, Bill Powers and Cactus Schroeder, the prospects for the future—and the associated investing opportunities—depend on the perspective. More >


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Why Uranium and Coal Rank High for Energy Return on Energy Invested: Thomas Drolet
Source: Tom Armistead of The Mining Report  (12/3/13)
Not all energy options are equally good, says Thomas Drolet, principal of Drolet & Associates Energy Services Inc. Using an "Energy Return on Energy Invested (EROEI)" calculation to decide which energy sources yield the most for the least energy investment, Drolet sees hydroelectricity, natural gas, uranium and coal at the top of the list. Drolet adds that the need for reliable power will keep baseload power fueled by uranium and coal at the center of the world's electricity systems for many years, but he tips The Mining Report to some technologies looking for investment that can help make coal a more environment-friendly fuel. More >


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EPA Restrictions Can Encourage Clean Coal
Source: Jessica Kennedy, The Energy Collective  (9/25/13)
"Coal may have no choice but to develop cleaner and cheaper CCS technology." More >


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Searching for the Clean Coal Holy Grail
Source: Jim Pierobon, The Energy Collective  (9/9/13)
"For all the attention, and the public and private dollars flowing into "clean coal" power and carbon capture initiatives, the results thus far have yet to identify potential solutions that meet stringent economic and environmental criteria with science proven by vigorous scientific tests." More >


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Prepare for the Chinese Energy Juggernaut
Source: Robert Rapier, The Energy Collective  (9/5/13)
"Over the past decade, China has become the world's largest energy consumer, as well as the world’s largest emitter of carbon dioxide." More >


Peter Epstein

Capture Upside in Undervalued, Underfollowed Energy Stocks: Peter Epstein
Source: Rita Sapunor of The Energy Report  (7/25/13)
Big gains are rarely found by jumping on the bandwagon. Peter Epstein, independent analyst and founder of MockingJay Inc., argues that market darlings won't reward latecomers; that's why he spends his time finding undervalued, underfollowed junior resource companies. In this interview with The Energy Report, Epstein shares his resource stock diamonds in the rough, including a uranium name commercializing a groundbreaking technology and a graphite company beating its competitors to market. More >


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Dividends Galore: A 1970's Solution for Cheap Crude
Source: Neil George, The Daily Reckoning  (4/16/13)
"In those days, oil was a weapon." More >


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What's Next for Coal?
Source: Zacks Equity Research  (4/4/13)
"Coal is by far the least expensive and most abundant fossil fuel in the country, though the emergence of large shale natural gas reserves is expected to pose tough competition going forward." More >


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Survival of the Fittest in Energy Investment: Malcolm Gissen and Marshall Berol
Source: Peter Byrne of The Energy Report  (2/19/13)
Times may be tough for energy commodities, but Encompass Fund Managers Malcolm Gissen and Marshall Berol are hard-core survivors. In this interview with The Energy Report, the dynamic duo share their tactics for winning in 2013 after decades of experience investing in uranium, oil and gas, coal, hydroelectric and geothermal energy. More >


Getting Coal in Your Stocking May Be Exactly What You Want
Source: Chris Vermeulen, TheGoldAndOilGuy  (12/18/12)
"The only individuals who would appreciate a dirty gift like coal would be those forward-looking investors who see major opportunities before they become the next big movers and headline news." More >


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Now Is the Time to Buy These Oil Refiners and Coal Stocks
Source: Kent Moors, Oil & Energy Investor  (12/18/12)
"There will be several beneficiaries in the energy sector as hedge fund managers make their moves over the next few weeks." More >


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Why the Pros Bet Contrarian: Sprott Execs Bambrough and Dimitriadis
Source: Zig Lambo of The Energy Report  (12/11/12)
When oil was in the limelight, Sprott's Bambrough and Dimitriadis went for wallflower companies in beaten-down sectors. Since 2007, the pair has seen striking highs and lows in natural gas, coal and potash and invested accordingly, infusing companies with much-needed capital and creating startling profits during sector upswings. Read on to benefit from the wisdom these two successful fund managers share in this Energy Report interview and find out where the duo is looking next for major growth. More >


Rick Rule

Rick Rule: A Global Perspective on US Energy Independence
Source: Karen Roche of The Energy Report  (11/27/12)
Could politicians' talk of the U.S. becoming energy self-sufficient be coming true? Rick Rule, founder and chairman of Sprott Global Resource Investments Ltd., explains how world energy market dynamics will shift as the U.S. reaches natural gas exporter status. From oil, gas and uranium, to hydro and geothermal, with a detour into energy infrastructure plays, Rule shares the rules he invests by in this Energy Report interview. More >


James West

James West Sees Catalysts in the Energy Sector
Source: The Energy Report Editors  (11/15/12)
As we head into the last quarter of the year, James West questions how important macroeconomic trends are for individual investors. But he does believe stock catalysts in the energy space are easier to understand than precious metals market forces. In this interview with The Energy Report, West updates us on some possible top performers in the space and what they're doing right. More >


Election Roundup: Who Are the Winners and Losers in Energy Markets?
Source: Rita Sapunor of The Energy Report  (11/8/12)
Energy policy was a pivotal issue in this year's presidential election, with Obama favoring clean energy, Romney championing coal and both candidates emphasizing the need for U.S. energy independence. President Barack Obama took the opportunity to reaffirm his stance in his victory speech, calling for bipartisan collaboration to face challenges, including "freeing ourselves of foreign oil." But he made no further mention of his energy policy agenda. What's next for energy investors? More >


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Stop Gambling and Find Stable Profits in Energy Investment: Sid Rajeev
Source: Zig Lambo of The Energy Report  (10/30/12)
Are junior resource stocks the investment equivalent of a game of blackjack? It depends on the investor as much as it does on the company. Sid Rajeev of Fundamental Research Corp. has come to expect stability from his picks. How? By using fair-value metrics and a longer-term timeline. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, learn how this pragmatic analyst plays a speculative market for reliable returns. More >


Coal Stocks See Better Days Ahead if Romney Wins Election 2012
Source: David Zeiler, Money Morning  (10/16/12)
"If Mitt Romney wins Election 2012, it'll be a rare piece of positive news for the coal industry and a boost for beaten down coal stocks." More >


Elliott Gue

Deepwater Service Stocks Are Tapping the Supercycle Sweet Spot: Elliott Gue
Source: Zig Lambo of The Energy Report  (9/6/12)
Elliott Gue, author and Energy Strategist editor, is excited about energy services companies. With high day-rates, long-term contracts and an international shortage of rigs for hire, many companies in this space are thriving and poised to deliver even greater shareholder dividends. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Gue highlights catalysts that should unlock more upside potential. More >


Mark Lackey

This Is Your Energy Entry Point: Mark Lackey
Source: Zig Lambo of The Energy Report  (8/30/12)
Oil prices are starting to creep back up while gas, coal and uranium are poised for moves this fall, according to Mark Lackey, long-time energy analyst now representing resource companies with CHF Investor Relations. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Lackey shares his current insights on energy markets and talks about a number of companies he thinks are sleepers, ready to move quickly when the energy commodities take off. More >


Don Coxe

Invest in What China Needs to Buy: Don Coxe
Source: Peter Byrne of The Energy Report   (8/28/12)
The U.S. is no longer the safest place in the world to invest, says Don Coxe, a strategic advisor to the BMO Financial Group. While U.S.-based companies are forced to wade through red tape and legal challenges, relatively lax regulation in emerging economies created stiff competition. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Coxe explains how investors should position themselves as China and India rise to superpower status. More >


Analyst: Low Demand Growth Driving Energy Market Shift
Source: Grounded, Taylor Kuykendall  (8/21/12)
"The coal industry has taken a beating from cheaper natural gas and environmental regulations, but an overall lack of new demand for electricity is also slicing into the electricity market." More >


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Romney and Coal or Obama and Wind?
Source: Reuters, Steve Holland and Jeff Mason  (8/15/12)
"Republican Mitt Romney vowed to step up coal production while President Barack Obama mocked him for opposing a windmill tax credit, in a rare debate over energy policy on the campaign trail." More >


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