April 21- A takeover battle for Canada's Osisko Mining Corp, involving three of the world's top gold producers, is more than just a testament to the quality of the company's low-cost mine, it also spotlights a shortage of top-class gold assets in politically stable areas of the world.» Read More
Most investors these days play gold through mutual funds and exchange-traded funds but the investment strategy of these vehicles varies widely, as have their performance relative to the metal's decade-long rally.
The West is close the point where its paper currency system is insolvent, and as a result gold is heading to $5,000 an ounce, according to the manager of a gold fund.
The “Mad Money” host recommends investors closely monitor these two areas in particular.
The precious metal is at record levels but could it top $2500/oz, with CNBC's Sharon Epperson, and Anthony Neglia, Tower Trading president.
CNBC’s Analytics Team compiled a list of the 10 best and worst performing commodities in the CRB index. Click ahead to learn about the hot and the not-so-hot commodities of 2011.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson has the update on gold prices.
A look at the rare earths and a trade on the high-flying sector, with Anthony Young, Dahlman Rose, and Jon Hykawy, Byron Capital Markets.
Foster Kamer of The New York Observer has a good piece on gold. We spoke for quite some time recently about the eye-popping run gold has had and how this has many people worried that it is a bubble.
Insight on agricultural commodities and fluctuating commodity prices, with Alberto Weisser, Bunge Ltd CEO.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson with details on gold's new high and what's driving up the precious metal.
Sean Fenton, Director at Tribeca Investment Partners, believes that mining services with exposure to Australia's capex boom and agriculture with leverage to emerging market consumption growth are offering the strongest growth potential at the moment.
Edward Dowling, CEO of Alacer Gold, is forecasting about a 20% increase in gold production by 2015.
Gary Halverson, Australia-Pacific Regional President at Barrick Gold, believes that hedging their production and operation costs against the Australian dollar will continue to help the company remain profitable.
David Flanagan, CEO of Atlas Iron, explains why he believes the new carbon taxes imposed on Australian miners are detrimental to business and investments.
Two analysts told CNBC Monday that in Wall Street's current tough environment, investors have to look to large companies for a safe haven, particularly if those companies have a lot of cash on their balance sheets.