Tommy Humphreys
Tommy Humphreys, 30, is an entrepreneur, investor and writer from Vancouver, Canada. He founded CEO.CA, a popular junior mining and Canadian finance blog, in 2012. He has been the president of Pacific Website Company Inc., a private marketing and web development company, since 2007. Tommy has authored articles for Globe and Mail, Financial Post and others. He speaks at select conferences. Reach him by email: tommy@ceo.ca. Follow him on Twitter: @TommyHump
Articles by Tommy
POSTED ON February 09, 2016 BY Tommy Humphreys

I’ve lost count of all the investment conferences I’ve been to and most of them were forgettable. So when it comes to hosting one — I am not going to waste your time or my own. This is your official invite to the Subscriber Summit on March 5 in Toronto, the day before the PDAC… Continue Reading

POSTED ON February 09, 2016 BY Tommy Humphreys

Or the one that has found it, for that matter. Peter Tallman, Klondike Gold (KG-V) President and CEO, explains. “Going back a year, we have an intercept in a drillhole of effectively a nugget of gold that is about 100 metres away from where the largest nuggets in the Bonanza and Eldorado creeks came from,… Continue Reading

POSTED ON February 06, 2016 BY Tommy Humphreys

Canada’s top uranium producer has a significant new discovery nearby to one of its largest existing mines. Cameco Corporation revealed in its quarterly MDA filing on SEDAR Friday initial figures for the Fox Lake deposit at the Read Lake project in Saskatchewan’s Athabasca Basin, which has seen continuous drilling since 2008. “… first time reporting for the Fox… Continue Reading

POSTED ON February 04, 2016 BY Tommy Humphreys

“There’s a new thing I don’t know much about, a discovery by Erdene in Mongolia,” Cook said on his way to the Erdene booth to look over drillcore from Erdene’s latest gold discovery in Mongolia, the Bayan Khundii gold project. “Really interesting results. I’m going to learn what I can.” Erdene President and CEO Peter… Continue Reading

POSTED ON February 03, 2016 BY Tommy Humphreys

At the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference last week, veteran junior mining analyst John Kaiser described the scene as a survivor’s ball. “This is the cream of the crop assembling into this place,” Kaiser said. He continued, “We will never, ever again see such an assembly of management talent, inside juniors with good projects, a lot… Continue Reading

POSTED ON February 02, 2016 BY Tommy Humphreys

Invictus MD Strategies (CSE:IMH) is a small public company founded in 2014 to take advantage of opportunities in the cannabis space. The company was founded by Dan Kriznic, a Vancouver-based entrepreneur and Chartered Accountant. Dan previously helped build one of the largest private education and real estate investment firms in Canada as an acquisitions-focused Executive… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 25, 2016 BY Tommy Humphreys

Source: CanAlaska Uranium (CVV) In Canada’s Athabasca Basin, home to the world’s highest-grade uranium mines, leading developers NexGen Energy, Fission Uranium and Denison Mines are duking it out for the top market-cap spot. Meanwhile, tiny prospect generator CanAlaska Uranium (CVV-V) keeps making moves of its own. This morning, CanAlaska announced that Denison plans to poke a… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 22, 2016 BY Tommy Humphreys

There’s a high-value junior mining investment conference in Vancouver tomorrow (Saturday). Four independent newsletter writers — Brent Cook and Joe Mazumdar of Exploration Insights, Eric Coffin of Hard Rock Advisors and Gwen Preston of Resource Maven — and a dozen of their top picks are hosting the Metals Investor Forum (MIF) at the Pan Pacific Hotel.… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 21, 2016 BY Tommy Humphreys

CanAlaska Uranium (CVV-V) has been exploring in the Athabasca Basin of Saskatchewan, the world’s richest uranium-producing region, since 2004. In that time it has seen over $85 million spent on its projects, mostly by joint venture partners including Mitsubishi, Korean Uranium Consortium JV, Denison Mines and others. While an economic discovery has so far been… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 19, 2016 BY Tommy Humphreys

“The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, and wiser people so full of doubts.” – Bertrand Russell I’ll never forget my first bull-market mining investment conference. An “analyst” hosting a standing-room only workshop was banging the table about a 20-cent exploration stock, shouting, “They are… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 13, 2016 BY Tommy Humphreys

GMP Capital Inc., one of Canada’s leading independent financial services firms, with international operations, has overhauled its Capital Markets group and cut 25% of staff, citing “technology-driven disintermediation and increased regulation, and the sustained trough in the global commodity cycle.” The firm has exited its U.K. and Australian businesses, closing its London, Perth and Sydney… Continue Reading

POSTED ON December 29, 2015 BY Tommy Humphreys

Global mineral exploration expenditures have fallen to their lowest levels in decades, the fallout from a four-plus-years bear market in commodities. However, exploration remains the long-term research and development arm of the mining business, and some investors are still willing to finance its high-risk, high-reward endeavours. One such explorer, Desert Star Resources (TSXV:DSR), is poised… Continue Reading

POSTED ON December 23, 2015 BY Tommy Humphreys

Stock market commentator Allan Barry Laboucan is one of the most outspoken, controversial, and appreciated members of the chat.ceo.ca community. He makes some great calls, and some bad ones, and takes it all in stride. Allan made the unfortunate mistake of buying and recommending Rubicon Minerals stock this fall, telling the CEO.CA community his mom was averaging… Continue Reading

POSTED ON December 21, 2015 BY Tommy Humphreys

Huge news for Saskatchewan explorer and developer Fission Uranium (FCU.TSX) Monday. CGN Mining Company Ltd., an affiliate of China General Nuclear Power Corporation, has entered into a binding letter of intent to acquire 19.99% of Fission for $82.226 million at a price of $0.85 per subscription share. The CGN deal is at a roughly 26%… Continue Reading

POSTED ON December 18, 2015 BY Tommy Humphreys

By James Kwantes and Tommy Humphreys Tim Coughlin’s career arc is actually a circle. The 50 year old geologist did his PhD research on gold-system targeting methods in the Andes of South America. Later, as chief geologist for AngloGold Ashanti, Coughlin spent several years being a “first mover” in Colombia, which at the time was… Continue Reading

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