February 20, 2012

What Happens After 'Peak Everything'?

Simit Patel, Seeking Alpha


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Those of us investing in the resource sector are likely to be very familiar with the concept of "peak everything" -- the notion that the world is running out of critical natural resources that can be economically mined. Oil, phosphorous, copper, coal, lithium, neodymium, water, and many others have all been prophesied as being past peak production. . .

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