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Will U.S. Shale Survive If Oil Hits $40?

Within a month, the U.S. oil benchmark West Texas Intermediate recorded two first-of-a-kind events. First, it fell below zero on April 20. Then, it soared up so high it is about to book its best month ever, CNBC's Pippa Stevens noted in a recent commentary. Still, many ...

Why the record US trade deficit is good for commodities

On Monday a headline that must have put Donald Trump in a foul mood screamed out from financial pages: “Trade deficit surges to record high”. The president’s nemesis was supposed to be tamed by slapping tariffs on the biggest culprit...

Is the Fed Gearing Up for a New Round of Quantitative Easing? Here Are the Possible Signs

“This is not QE. In no sense is this QE.” That was Jerome Powell in early October, answering a reporter’s question on whether the Federal Reserve’s intervention in the overnight U.S. repo market constituted anoth...

Trump Impeached in the House! Is It Time for Gold Now?

Last week, the House voted to impeach Donald Trump. This is the third time in the U.S. history such an event has happened to the sitting President. What does it imply for the gold market? Trump’s Impeachment, Explained On Wednesday, the House of Represe...

Fed Panics over Coronavirus. What’s Next for Gold?

Yesterday, the Fed cut interest rates by 50 basis points. Not during a regular monetary policy meeting, but in a surprising move. But what are the implications for the gold market specifically? Fed Cuts Interest Rates in Emergency Move Last week, I wrote that the spread...

The Hottest Startup Of 2020 Is Cleaning Up Your Commute

We've come a long way in a short time since ride-sharing emerged as a mainstream offering. Now, there's even an app that lets consumers participate in one of the biggest trends of the decade without leaving an environmental footprint. It's the app that does what Uber and ...

A recession is coming, buy gold explorers with scale

Mining has a well-worn adage, “grade is king”. While that may be true in some situations, it’s the opposite in others, where a lower-grade deposit can actually reap more profits. This is especially true if the mine is underground, wher...

MMT is a spectacularly Dem idea

Economists are good for one thing, and that is creating theories. The trouble is, those theories are often wrong. This is why economics is often called “the dismal science”. Such is the case with the latest economic soup-de-jour, Modern Monetary Theory, o...

Uber's Green Competitor That's Taking The World By Storm

As the global economy faces $1 trillion in damages within five years because of climate change, the explosive ride-sharing business is facing heightened scrutiny as one of the transportation sector's biggest new polluters. So, when a group of tech innovators with a visi...

Beetle battle BC’s last stand

A warming climate plus decades of mismanagement by various provincial governments threaten to wipe British Columbia's vast conifer forests off the map. The destructive force chewing at alarming speed through BC's majestic stands of lodgepole pine, spruce and Douglas fir,...
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