Welcome back! It happens waaay too infrequently but my gorgeous wife and I just had a couple days away sans kids. Sooo good. Reaally so good. It is also why this is landing in your inbox a couple days later than it usually does. But here’s a taste of what
Today, I spoke once again with our in-house resource mining engineer Jamie Keech. When a resource company runs 10x there is a big song and dance about it… and fair enough. The issue is that for everyone that does it, about 90 don’t… and nobody makes much mention of this
I’ve been watching Evrim Resources for several years now. This has been particularly true since they released trenching results on April 9th from their Cuale project in Mexico that took the share price from $0.50 to $0.95. I decided I would buy some stock on Friday afternoon at around $0.90,
After showing you what an illiterate enumerate head of state looks like… and how goddam appalling that is, an irate reader was “triggered” and wrote in to suggest I provide answers to problems rather than just profiting from them. “A greedy capitalist,” I believe, was the terminology used. Maybe he
Following directly on from the discussion last week about capital formation in the resource industry, our in-house mining expert Jamie Keech and I today dig deeper into the current capital starvation in the resource industry and much, much more. Here are some things we discuss, which we believe are “uber importante”
Welcome back! This edition is going to be a pretty looong one. There is a helluva lot going on which we’re covering, so sit back, relax, and make sure you’re hydrated. Just not too hydrated with the sort of hydration that makes your eyes wobble in your head. Yes, Paul,
Here’s an industry where capital has shifted from active to passive investment, where investment banks and brokers are being taken out of the equation as middlemen to companies raising equity, and most importantly, where you have the chance to profit from this massive disruption.