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Is uranium coming back in vogue?

Trish Saywell – The Northern Miner | May 7, 2021  Cigar Lake mine. Image from Cameco. Last week, Anthony Milewski, a director of International Consolidated Uranium, made the case to our readers that uranium sentiment is finally improving and the nuclear fuel is now having its day in the sun after years in the darkness following the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011. Milewski noted that there seems to be a shift in the willingness of governments to discuss nuclear energy openly now in the context of controlling greenhouse gas emissions and fighting climate change. “Nuclear is one of the cleanest forms

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Copper price hits record high as Chile gives bulls another reason to cheer

MINING.COM Staff Writer | May 7, 2021 SX-EW processing at Chuquicamata mine in Chile. Image from Codelco. The world’s top copper producer Chile is giving bulls another reason to cheer while prices soared to an all-time high on Friday as optimism about a global rebound from the pandemic spurs a surge across commodities markets. Copper for delivery in July ended the day up 3.2%, with futures trading at $4.7490 per pound ($10,470 a tonne) on the Comex market in New York. Chile’s lower house on Thursday approved a measure that would introduce progressive taxes on copper sales, potentially creating a total burden of more

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Lumber and copper are surging – will gold join the party?

Sunshine Profits | May 6, 2021 Stock image. There’s no inflation … None at all. Only, completely by accident, lumber prices are skyrocketing. Gold is likely to remain silent, but it may catch up later. The rise in lumber prices can be seen in the chart below: What a surge! It happened because of the limited supply and strong demand for new houses. But it’s not just lumber. Many raw commodities are rallying too. The price of copper, for example, has just approached its record height (from February 2011), as the recovery of the global economy boosted demand. Just take a look at the price below. Indeed,

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Big Money In The Market Rotating Out Of Equities Into Gold Bonds And Utilities

Chris Vermeulen joins Adelaide Capital to share his latest market analysis. When we are looking at the broad indexes in the stock market we are beginning to see some pretty obvious divergence between them and defensive sectors such as consumer staples bonds utilities and precious metals. This means big money is going to “risk off” on some more speculative plays and moving to defensive positions. This is the same scenario as what happened in September before equities went sideways for months and in February before the market crashed.  Watch our special hour-long interview to learn more.    “Chris and his team

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Defensive Sectors Are Outperforming Equities

Chris Vermeulen joins Money Life with Chuck Jaffe to discuss the latest market moves.  Chris says that the market’s technicals are all green lights right now, however, when we look behind the curtain many defensive sectors such as bonds, utilities, and precious metals are outperforming equities. This means we could be headed for a consolidation move — not necessarily a bear market but months of sideways to gradual decline — that could start late this month and last into the fall. Listen to learn more. “Chris and his team are providing investors with a great road map for the direction of

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Gold And Silver “Flagging Out In A Big Way” – Sprott Money Precious Metals Projections

As May brings warmer weather, is a summer rally in precious metals ahead? Host Craig Hemke of Sprott Money Precious Metals Projections sits down with Chris Vermeulen of The Technical Traders to break down all the gold and silver charts you need to spot the bull flag. In this edition of the Precious Metals Projections, you’ll hear: What’s the difference between the SLV and the PSLV? Is all the interest in crypto stealing gold and silver’s thunder? Plus: How would a stock market pullback affect mining shares? “Chris and his team are providing investors with a great road map for the direction of the

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MP Materials (NYSE: MP, MP.WS) Announces Cashless Redemption of Public Warrants

MOUNTAIN PASS, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–MP Materials Corp. (NYSE: MP) (“MP Materials” or the “Company”) today announced that the Company will redeem all of its outstanding warrants (the “Public Warrants”) to purchase shares of the Company’s common stock, par value $0.0001 per share (the “Common Stock”), that were issued under the Warrant Agreement, dated April 29, 2020 (the “Warrant Agreement”), by and between the Company (f/k/a Fortress Value Acquisition Corp.) and Continental Stock Transfer & Trust Company, as warrant agent (the “Warrant Agent”), as part of the units sold in the Company’s initial public offering (the “IPO”), for a redemption price of

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Gold & Silver Begin New Advancing Cycle Phase

A recent Forbes article suggesting global market leverage had reached new all-time highs prompted me and my research team to begin to explore the question of whether “global markets already reached a critical mass in terms of post-COVID-19 recovery”?  If this is true, what would it mean for the rest of 2021 and into early 2022? “Chris and his team are providing investors with a great road map for the direction of the markets, which is why I am also a paid subscriber to TheTechnicalTraders services and encourage you to consider a subscription as well, The ideal service to supplement your other

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Modern Speculation with SPAC Warrants

Most investors in SPACs (Special Purpose Acquisition Companies) have experienced a series of body blows since late February. While the exact catalyst could be argued, none were larger than missed expectations from an overly anticipated deal with Churchill Capital IV. The subsequent freefall of most warrants was extreme, even for those of us that hold and have held many warrants for great lengths of time there were few if any left untouched and experience provided very little protection to the downside.If that were the only event then we would likely have returned to speculative pricing of the past, but it

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Utilities Continue To Rally – Is It Sending A Warning Signal Yet?

We have experienced an incredible rally in many sectors over the past 5+ months.  My research team has been pouring over the charts trying to identify how the next few weeks and months may play out in terms of continued trending or risks of some price volatility setting up.  We believe the Utilities Sector may hold the key to understanding how and when the US markets will reach some level of stronger resistance as many sector ETFs are trading in new all-time high price ranges. “Chris and his team are providing investors with a great road map for the direction

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Have The Global Markets Already Reached A “Critical Mass” In Terms of Recovery?

A recent Forbes article suggesting global market leverage had reached new all-time highs prompted me and my research team to begin to explore the question of whether “global markets already reached a critical mass in terms of post-COVID-19 recovery”?  If this is true, what would it mean for the rest of 2021 and into early 2022? “Chris and his team are providing investors with a great road map for the direction of the markets, which is why I am also a paid subscriber to TheTechnicalTraders services and encourage you to consider a subscription as well, The ideal service to supplement your other

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Financial Sector Appears Ready To Run Higher

As we transition into the early Summer months, we are watching how different market sectors are reacting to the continued shifting of capital over the past 60+ days.  One this is very clear, certain market sectors are strengthening while others have run into resistance and are consolidating.  We believe the next few weeks and months will continue this type of trend where capital continues to shift away from risks and into sectors that show tremendous strength and opportunity. We wrote about how Precious Metals are likely starting a new bullish price trend on April 18, 2021. You can read that

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Market Leverage Reaches New All-Time Highs As The Excess Phase Rally Continues

A recent Forbes article highlights the incredible increase in market leverage since the start of the COVID-19 crisis.  There has never been a time in recent history where market leverage has reached these extreme levels.  Additionally, highly leveraged market peaks are typically associated with asset bubbles. “Chris and his team are providing investors with a great road map for the direction of the markets, which is why I am also a paid subscriber to TheTechnicalTraders services and encourage you to consider a subscription as well, The ideal service to supplement your other subscriptions as well as my CommonStockWarrants.com.”-Note from Dudley MARKET LEVERAGE

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Tesla and Big Tech are about to rev up the busiest week of earnings season

Published: April 25, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. ETBy  Emily Bary Earnings Watch: Tesla’s Monday report will be followed by Microsoft, Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon as more than one-third of the S&P 500 reveal first-quarter results The busiest week of earnings season is about to kick off, with Tesla and Big Tech companies expected to dominate the headlines. The six largest companies in the S&P 500 index SPX, +1.09% will report earnings in the week ahead, as about a third of the index reveals first-quarter numbers. Strong performances by the tech giants helped offset weaker performance by many other sectors earlier in the

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