The Rare Earth Crisis Of The Second Decade Of The Twenty-First Century: A Threat Or An Opportunity?
Posted 2010-02-15 18:23Jack Lifton
I admire the tenacity of the Chinese people in developing their natural resources, and I completely understand and applaud China's desire to use its own resources to develop its domestic economy.

Beware of Resources and Reserves
Posted 2010-02-01 11:58Brent Cook
Exploration Insights Beware of Resources and Reserves By Brent Cook

Beware of Drill Holes
Posted 2010-01-21 12:12Brent Cook
Deciphering drill hole results from news releases is not always as straightforward as it should be.

Welcome to the Beware Series -Beware of Geologists
Posted 2010-01-15 18:03Brent Cook
Please take your time reading these articles and return to my website, explorationinsights.com to see what else I have written on these subjects.

Natural Gas - What a Difference a Month Makes!
Posted 2010-01-11 16:52Cameron Bailey
One month ago we were at the beginning of the natural gas withdraw season with a record amount of gas in inventories and many analyst purporting the industry as being “AWASH IN GAS”.

Gold: Words Are Not Enough
Posted 2009-11-30 11:45John Ing
“Increasing America’s debt weakens us domestically and internationally. Leadership means that the buck stops here” (Senator Barack Obama on March 16, 2006).

The Trouble with Geologists: A Primer for the Lay Investor
Posted 2009-10-23 15:20Mickey Fulp
We dumb field geologists, and I proudly count myself in that category, are a rather odd lot.

New York, New York
Posted 2009-09-21 10:19Gilbert Chan
It’s been a few days since I got back from New York, from one of the largest investment conference in the East Coast that has a strong Chinese element to it. China is dead? China is overblown?

Gold: The Audacity of Hyperinflation
Posted 2009-08-25 10:38John Ing
Like a butterfly landing on flowers, President Obama has fluttered to yet another crisis to fix.

China’s Massive Healthcare Initiative Provides Vast Opportunities for Investors
Posted 2009-07-07 14:35Ted Haberfield
Like the U.S., China's healthcare costs have soared in recent years. Outpatient costs were 12 times higher in 2007 than in 1990 though incomes increased by only 5-7 times during the same period. Spending