Ransomware attack on mining operations “almost inevitable,” says cybersecurity expert

Last month, Weir, a major supplier to the mining industry, was the victim of a crippling cyberattack that forced it to isolate and shut down its core IT systems, including enterprise resource planning and engineering applications. The resulting disruptions included engineering, manufacturing and shipment rephasing, which resulted in revenue deferrals and overhead under-recoveries. The operating… Continue reading Ransomware attack on mining operations “almost inevitable,” says cybersecurity expert

Lithium, the Gasoline of the Future: Barrel Energy (OTMKTS: BRLL) in Tesla’s Backyard

When President Biden signed orders to block the Keystone XL pipeline and re-enter the Paris Agreement, it was clear that the future of the U.S. was quickly headed in the green energy direction and fossil fuels like gasoline will one day be an energy source of the past. This was a huge boost for the… Continue reading Lithium, the Gasoline of the Future: Barrel Energy (OTMKTS: BRLL) in Tesla’s Backyard

DSG Global: An EV Play With Huge Upside

Right now, the hottest sector for investors to be in is the electric vehicle (EV) space. We at Insider Financial have covered several triple-digit winners for our subscribers this year, including NIO, Workhorse Group, Lordstown Motors, Fisker, and Hyliion. While these five still have more upside ahead, the one that has the most potential is a name that… Continue reading DSG Global: An EV Play With Huge Upside

What’s The Story With Camber Energy?

Many penny stock investors are asking what’s the story with Camber Energy after the stock jumped 53% on Tuesday. Many are speculating that its planned merger with Viking Energy Group is finally going to happen. In this article, we take a look at Camber Energy and the risk/reward opportunity. Remember, this was a stock that was trading over… Continue reading What’s The Story With Camber Energy?

Giga Metals (HNCKF) And Nickel Can Power Tesla

There is a common misperception among investors that lithium will power Tesla’s growth. However, that’s not the case. Nickel is more important. You see, lithium-ion batteries don’t really require all that much lithium. The cells used to power Tesla vehicles should be called nickel-graphite because the primary constituent in the cell as a whole is nickel.… Continue reading Giga Metals (HNCKF) And Nickel Can Power Tesla