Jason Burack and Kevin Kerr: Six REE Metals to Watch

Rare earth elements have made possible improvements in everything from smart phones and plasma televisions to clean energy technology. In this exclusive interview with The Critical Metals Report, Jason Burack, independent investor and cofounder of Wall St. for Main St., and Kevin Kerr, commodities trader and president of Kerr Trading, share the names of . . . → Read More: Jason Burack and Kevin Kerr: Six REE Metals to Watch

random wonkery

I am a little far away so I don’t know if this is an error in the print edition or not. PG’s online headline on its main web page says “Regions’s unemployment rate rises“ (emphasis added).  But the news out was just for the state’s labor force.  The online story itself has the right . . . → Read More: Random Wonkery

Ron Paul offers economic solution

Prevailing practitioners of economics tell us that inflation stimulates exports. They get this inverted. Otherwise, pray tell, why wouldn’t Zimbabwe be the world’s leading exporter? Inflation inflicts injury upon the manufacturing base, engendering capital outflow and the destruction of jobs.

Contrary to prevailing economic orthodoxy, inflation is not export-friendly. Inflation nurtures dependence upon cheaper . . . → Read More: Ron Paul offers economic solution

Richard Kelertas: Corn Report Pushes Potash Prices

Rising corn production acreage highlighted in the latest USDA crop report could lead to increased fertilizer demand and prices, says Richard Kelertas, a senior analyst at Dundee Securities. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, he points to which potash juniors could hit the market while demand is still high.

The Energy . . . → Read More: Richard Kelertas: Corn Report Pushes Potash Prices