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Chris Martenson is a scientist, financial and economic analyst and writer at www.ChrisMartenson.com. He earned his MBA at Cornell University and a Ph.D. from Duke University. As one of the early econobloggers who forecast the housing market collapse and stock market correction years in advance, he launched a video seminar and later published a book entitled "The Crash Course." To learn more about Chris and his work, including the Crash Course, go to chrismartenson.com.
Energy Independence: Financial Fact or Political Fiction? (7/3/14) It 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.
Chris Martenson: Peak Oil Could Limit Economic Growth (10/31/11) Exponential debt increases coupled with limited natural resources mean that we are in a predicament. This is the message The Crash Course Author Chris Martenson delivered at the Casey Research/Sprott Inc. summit, "When Money Dies." As an economic researcher, Chris considers the "Three E's" that shape our future: Economy, Energy and the Environment. In the below presentation, "Unfixable," Chris explains to Energy Report readers why these indicators suggest a global economic slowdown. Read on.
"NMX recently received the Canadian patent on a hydrolysis process and has already shown that it can directly produce a lithium hydroxide." (11/10/15) Nemaska Lithium Inc. - The Energy Report Interview with Paul Renken More >
"FCU has probably the highest-grade unmined uranium deposit in the world that isn't controlled by a major uranium producer." (11/10/15) Fission Uranium Corp. - The Energy Report Interview with Paul Renken More >