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“If you’ve won you know how to win… Experience pays well. Look for people that have a track record, and look for people that want to take big swings.” Ivan Bebek is one of the most dynamic and driven entrepreneurs in the mining sector today. He is the Executive Chairman
Two weeks ago, I flew to the Yukon Territory for an investment tour hosted by the Yukon Mining Alliance. Mining companies, all at different stages, pooled together capital to fly out and pitch 25 analysts, fund managers, investment bankers, and letter writers. Kudos to the tour organizers, who did an
Ross Beaty is one of the few true magnates of the mining world. Geologist, entrepreneur, and investor, his peers can be counted on one hand… with digits to spare. In this far reaching interview, we discuss how Ross has managed to carve out one of the biggest careers in natural resources history.
“A lot of the CEOs don’t want the accountability of one shareholder. Historically, I think a lot of CEOs in the mining sector, from very junior exploration companies to large-cap, always wanted nameless, faceless shareholders. They want someone that they can go have 1 or 2 marketing meetings with per
Resource Insider readers know that one of my favorite topics of discussion is rampant scum-baggery in the junior mining industry. Naturally, when Cambridge House International invited me to speak at this year’s Vancouver Resource Investment Conference, it was THE topic that needed addressing. In this presentation I discuss: The importance
Every week at Resource Insider we get dozens of “pitch” emails and phone calls. These come from CEOs, prospectors, IR guys, and more often than not a guy that knows a guy that’s got a great project. This is a good thing. I started the Resource Insider subscription service so
It’s hard to think of a sector more opaque or littered with shady characters than the mining industry. Imperfect information leads to speculation, and speculation allows ample opportunity for creative interpretations (read:bullshit). This means that there is ample opportunity for investors to get screwed over by both the incompetent and