What does the past tell us about the eventual fate of the U.S. dollar? Read this special report by Chris Weber and you'll know the answer...
Ron and Bob, thank you for agreeing to this interview-it's great to have Hunter-Dickinson join the Explorer's League.
As many readers know, I've been a uranium bull for some time, recommending uranium companies as far back as a 16-page report in my October 1998 International Speculator, when the metal sold for just $9.50 per pound.
Three members of the Explorers' League are converging in Argentina, an underexplored territory with lots of mineral potential. Is this the next big play?
In the last of a three-part interview with Paul van Eeden, he discusses what's ahead for yellowcake and lets us in on some of the qualities he looks for in a resource company.
Japan, one of the world's largest holders of US debt, appears to be slowing its gold and foreign exchange purchases.
The Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries pledged this week that it will pump oil above its official quota limits in an effort to cool oil prices. But even OPEC has all but conceded that there is very little they can do to bring crude down substantially.