Facebook believes virtual reality is the next big thing, but this promising field has dragged the company into legal trouble. Zenimax Media, owner of renowned game studio id Software, is suing the social-networking giant for $2 billion (£1.6 billion) for […]
The Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule is under fire again. Representative Joe Wilson (R-S.C.) has introduced a bill that would delay implementation of the rule for two years, with the ultimate goal of scrapping the regulation—which requires all brokers and […]
One major event dominated mining news this week. Affecting nearly every major metal — from copper and nickel to gold and aluminum. An abrupt and unexpected change in mining laws from major producing nation Indonesia. As I wrote last Thursday, […]
There aren’t a lot of platinum opportunities globally. With 90% of production coming from just three countries. But one of those “big three” nations might have some prospects opening up. After a move from the government to seize prime platinum lands from […]
Following Consensus Trades worked in 2013 and 2014, and started to lose some money in 2015. After running the numbers, we were shocked to see this developing consensus underperformance trend accelerate by 1270bps for 2016. We analyzed Thomson Reuters’ I/B/E/S dataset and […]
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Pakistan and Russia may be sending out clear signs of a fledgling friendship, but an actual alliance between them may never happen. Islamabad and Moscow have signed a series of crucial defense deals since 2014, but any emerging alliance between […]