Gold Production

I first became interested in gold, back in the 1970's, when I was in college. In 1970, South Africa held the title of the world's largest gold producer, producing 900 metric tonnes of gold, i.e. roughly 2/3rds of the world's gold, and Russia was a … [Read more...]

Forget Vegas, Nevada Is Now About Reno And Lithium

Nevada is booming as new lithium companies rush in to stake out targets and massive business development gets underway, from Tesla to Amazon and Apple. As the state's southwest corner fills up with new lithium players, Tesla gears up for its battery … [Read more...]

Trends in Australian Mining Industry

The rising cost of mining operations and unstable prices of commodities combined with the rising strength of Australian dollar has made times tougher for the Australian mining industry, even at the best mines in the country. Current tends in … [Read more...]

The New Yukon Gold Rush

The Yukon brings to mind the gold rush which began in August 1896, when Gold was discovered in Rabbit Creek, which was later renamed Bonanza Creek. News didn't reach reach New York until July 1897. Which was just after a series of financial … [Read more...]

Alaska’s New Gold Rush

Alaska is one of my favorite places on Earth so I am happy to bring you this article from Louis James. I've been to alaska twice once in the winter and once in the summer. And both were amazing experiences.  The scenery is fantastic and on the most … [Read more...]