By Shree Kargutkar The calm of equity markets across the world was rudely interrupted in February by a sudden spike in volatility which impacted virtually every asset class. Volatility across equities, bonds, currencies and commodities rose sharply during the month and remained elevated into March. For the month of February gold equities declined 10.10%, while […]Read more "Sprott Gold Report: Gold Resilient Despite Market Volatility"
The United States is on track to become the world’s biggest oil producer and it has big plans for the future Fuelled by technological breakthroughs and cuts to taxes and regulation, the United States is on target to become the world’s biggest producer of crude oil in the next five years. Let that sink in. […]Read more "Trump’s goal of ‘energy dominance’ could change the global balance of power"
BUFFALO, N.Y.—Bryant Christian’s tibia in his right leg was broken.The former Moorhead Spuds hockey standout looked at the scoreboard Sunday at KeyBank Center in Buffalo, N.Y. He knew his hockey career was coming to an end, as a whistle stopped play in the Canisius zone. American International College was down 3-0 to the Golden Griffins […]Read more "‘I needed one more time’: Former Spuds hockey player skates final college hockey shift with broken leg"
Forsake the selfies and ‘victims.’ It’s not too late to produce some real and not pretended leadership in a desirable rather than merely trendy direction It is too early to judge how profoundly Justin Trudeau and his government have been undermined by the debacle of the visit to India, which cannot be laid off by […]Read more "Conrad Black: Mr. Trudeau, if he can, should get serious about running this country"
Dear NFL GMs, Everything you need to know about me you can learn by going back to when I was eight years old. So let me take you there. It was a Friday night in St. Petersburg, Florida, and I was sleeping — or at least I was trying to. My mind was going crazy […]Read more "A Letter to NFL GMs | By Shaquem Griffin"
During the hockey playoffs, the games become more intense as the stakes get higher. However, there are certain players who can and do rise up to the challenge. They are the difference makers; the game finishers, game savers etc.! Their ability to score that timely goal, make that crucial safe or make a play […]Read more "The Ten Qualities of a Playoff Difference Maker! – Tips and Drills"
At American International College, a strong character team has always been built on sportsmanship and academic progress. Unfortunately for the players in uniform, though, that didn’t translate to winning percentage. So when Eric Lang returned to Springfield, he knew he had to help build a hidden hockey culture started by generations of players who dedicated […]Read more "This Week in Atlantic Hockey: American International seeing ‘there’s a difference between being good and thinking you’re good’"