Companies that operate copper mines or which have copper deposits that can be developed into mines have become the focus of attention for resource investors. But there's a problem.
Interest rates aren't the only thing that can manipulate inflation, and while the Fed says inflation is transitory, they're secretly doing this to boost it.
Millionaires and billionaires were minted during the last metals super-cycle. Are we on the verge of the next one? We look to the TSX Venture chart for clues.
Weekly charts are great for patient investors who want to "get it right" as far as trends and, more particularly, as far as trend changes are concerned. Daily charts, on the other hand, are much more sensitive to change and provide better clues "in real-time." Here is an analysis of Wolfden Resources' (TSX-V: WLF) daily stock chart.
We like the way Excelsior Mining (TSX: MIN)(OTC: EXMGF) has been trading lately. Let’s take a detailed look at the weekly stock chart and see why it has garnered our attention.
Early in 2020, we zeroed in on PTM as a possible trade candidate. Two separate events derailed our anticipated timing for a confirmed break out to the upside. But were we still right?
We have been predicting a copper breakout from a macro and political perspective. But what do the charts tell us? Let's take a look at the charts for copper stocks.
Recently all eyes have been on gold – and to a lesser extent, silver. So what about copper? Here is a breakdown of the key level of copper, as well as a bellwether stock for the sector.
The copper chart has made some key moves lately. Here's a look at the technical stock chart of copper and what it could mean for the price of the bellwether metal.
The Baltic Dry Index (BDI) is used to forecast the likelihood of future economic activity because it tracks the movement of bulk commodities by measuring the changes in shipping costs. So what is the BDI chart telling us now?
Find out why this STOCK should be on your radar. It has millions of dollars and is sitting on one of the biggest projects of its kind - in the world!
We look at the weekly chart for copper and examine the True Strength Index (TSI). Before we get started, let’s brush up on what the TSI is used for and why it is particularly useful when analyzing the longer-term weekly chart for copper.