(Kitco commentary) - Gold has been driven by problematic inflation, prospects of a recession, excessive public and private debt, widening credit spreads.
Waiting for the pivot
(Kitco commentary) - Shrinking mine supply, robust physical demand, minuscule interest rates and the advent of problematic inflation failed to generate an advance in the gold price in 2021.
Why nuclear power plant life extensions & uprates matter
(Kitco commentary) - Research and development on small modular nuclear reactors (SMRs) is underway globally and is generating tremendous buzz. SMRs promise technological advances that address key challenges in the nuclear power generation cycle, including project size, cost, time to market and location flexibility.
Stay the course
(Kitco commentary) - It has been a few months since I last shared my perspective from my position at Sprott. Much has happened in the interim, most of it good - vaccines have allowed us to resume some sense of normalcy.
Gold correction nearing its end
(Kitco commentary) - Gold bullion lost some ground in November, closing the month at $1,775, off $8.86 from October's finish of $1,784.
Key facts about spent nuclear fuel
(Kitco commentary) - One of the most frequent questions we've been asked since the launch of Sprott Physical Uranium Trust is: What about the controversy over radioactive waste disposal, specifically spent nuclear fuel?