When oil was in the limelight, Sprott’s Bambrough and Dimitriadis went for wallflower companies in beaten-down sectors. Since 2007, the pair has seen striking highs and lows in natural gas, coal and potash and invested accordingly, infusing companies with much-needed capital and creating startling profits during sector upswings. Read on to benefit from . . . → Read More: Why the Pros Bet Contrarian: Sprott Execs Bambrough and Dimitriadis
Steve Hansen of Raymond James sees the potash market as a barbell, with a handful of large incumbent producers on one end and dozens of junior miners clustered at the other. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Hansen discusses which juniors may migrate to the mid-cap arena and why current share . . . → Read More: Biggest Value for Agricultural Investors Revealed: Steve Hansen
China and India have returned to the potash markets, stabilizing current prices as long-term demand continues to grow. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Corey Dias, who covers the industry for MGI Securities, brings us up to date on industry developments and shares why Brazil-based companies offer huge potential for prudent . . . → Read More: Potash Stocks Offer Profits Ahead of Summer Doldrums: Corey Dias
Major potash stocks are beginning to raise eyebrows with impressive profit margins. But as this developing market expands, industry giants will face competition from greenfield and brownfield projects in the works. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Mackie Research Capital Analyst Jaret Anderson debriefs us on some fascinating development stories that . . . → Read More: What’s Next for Potash Producers: Jaret Anderson
Last year marked the third-largest growth in the potash industry, but hesitancy from India and China may put things on hold in 2012. However, MGI Securities Analyst Corey Dias still expects to see a lot of positive news coming out of the junior potash space. In an exclusive interview with The Energy Report, . . . → Read More: Potash’s Current Calm Promises an Exciting Future: Corey Dias
Fertilizer companies have felt the pain of global monetary chaos, but as indicators lag, some potash equities are positioned ahead of the curve for big gains. Dundee Capital Markets Vice President and Senior Financial Analyst Richard Kelertas believes investors need to be sharpening their pencils and establishing positions. In this exclusive interview with . . . → Read More: Richard Kelertas: Economic Turmoil Creates Potash Values
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.
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The Williston Basin is a hot area of exploration and production that oil and gas analyst Jason Wangler follows from his SunTrust Robinson Humphrey office in Houston. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, he shares his thoughts on the near-term prospects for oil and gas demand and prices, and tells us . . . → Read More: Jason Wangler: Williston Basin Stocks are Hot
Marshall Berol and Craig Valdes are concentrating their focus on resource stocks in their Encompass Fund portfolio. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, they share their current thinking regarding the energy sector and give us the names of some stocks that are attractively priced now and that could do well as . . . → Read More: Marshall Berol & Craig Valdes: Buy Energy Stocks – On Sale Now!
Domestic demand for fertilizer is good news for small, U.S. potash producers. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Weiss Research Natural Resources Analyst Sean Brodrick explains the international market forces behind agriculture-related stocks and points to the companies that could benefit in the long term.
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