At Resource Insider we are long Scottie Resources, an exploration company focused on gold and silver assets in British Columbia. Scottie owns the past-producing Scottie Gold Mine and a large, highly prospective exploration package in BC’s prolific Golden Triangle.
We’ve discussed why commodities are so damn cheap and why you need to own gold miners, not gold bars. Today we are going to talk about the benefits of private placement investments and how they can offer outsized returns. In this article and video, I discuss: What are private placements?
We’ve already discussed why commodities are so damn cheap. Now we are going to address why you need to own mining stocks and not just physical silver and gold. In this article and video I discuss: The leading indicator of a precious metals bull market; The advantages of own stock
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
They’re treasure hunters… Your traditional prospectors, unfortunately, have a propensity to, when they find things and get a pay day, they end up either destroying their lives or getting drunk until the money is gone and then have to go and do it again… I haven’t been that bad. Ron
How do you find these really big deposits? The last 20, 30 years we’ve gone to so many different parts of the world, and we’re still going to more parts of the world because it’s getting harder and harder to make those new big discoveries. Nick Germain is a full-time
People always tend to think that an exploration company can only be sold for $1 billion dollars. One day we’ll have a discovery that will be sold for $10 billion or $15 billion… or even $20 billion. These are normal numbers in tech, but in our industry, people think it’s