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There Are Strange Technicolor Ponds Hidden In Utah's Desert

Posted 06.01.2015 | Travel

If you're driving State Route 279 near Arches National Park, you may notice some electric-blue bodies of water popping out from the red, rocky landscape. No, it's not a mirage: You've happened upon a strange surprise known as Potash Ponds.

Bidding War for Potash of Saskatchewan?

Michael de Portu | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Michael de Portu

If laptops and automobiles could be priced like fertilizer, and withdrawn from the market whenever buyers balk, think about how much better those companies would be doing today.

OPEC At 50 Showing The Way To Rebuild America's Economy "As High As An Elephant's Eye"

Raymond J. Learsy | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Raymond J. Learsy

Why don't we learn from OPEC's success? We have a commodity easily as critical to the world's economy as oil. We have corn, we have wheat, we have soybeans -- all grain crops critical to the world's food supply.

Potash Is Food Resilience: Should Canada's PotashCorp Be Sold to China?

Sanjay Khanna | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Sanjay Khanna

A Chinese acquisition of PotashCorp could encourage China to overuse potash, a resource that should be managed with utmost care.

What's the Matter With ...? (Fill in the Blank with Your Favorite Stock)

Jim Jubak | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Jim Jubak

Nothing like a market where volume is drying up as it usually does at the end of the year--which makes it easier for traders to move stocks on news and rumors.