Category: Events
134 Posts
POSTED ON July 26, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

Rick Rule’s conference in Vancouver this past week was just what the junior mining sector needed. Independent individual investors from nearly every corner of the globe met face to face with and heard from an extremely high quality group of executives from companies that have survived and thrived despite the past three year’s resource bear market.… Continue Reading

POSTED ON July 24, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

With our apologies for the light postings this week, we are at the Sprott Natural Resources Symposium at the Hotel Vancouver, where a terrific event is underway (Schedule, Registration). The quality of companies exhibiting is higher than any other retail junior mining conference we have attended, and the same can be said for attendees. The event,… Continue Reading

POSTED ON July 21, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

Quick Links: Sprott Natural Resource Symposium Schedule, Registration. For the past 19 years, Agora Financial, the world’s largest financial publisher, has organized an impressive natural resource investment conference in Vancouver each summer. We learned from Sprott USA Chairman Rick Rule that Agora wanted to take a step back from hosting the annual event, and since Rule considered… Continue Reading

POSTED ON June 16, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

Investors seeking a passive way to play the out of favour junior resource sector ought to take a look at Kobex Minerals (TSXV:KXM), a firm with some impressive backers which trades for less than its current cash breakup value. On Friday, Kobex announced intentions for a Change of Business, evolving from a mineral exploration play… Continue Reading

POSTED ON June 04, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

Resource sector stalwart John Kaiser, editor of Kaiser Research, a subscriber supported publication which analyzes nearly 2000 junior resource companies worldwide, joined Vanessa Collette of Cambridge House Live in Vancouver Monday to discuss his take on the junior markets. Kaiser thinks this summer may be a good time for investors to start bottom fishing out… Continue Reading

POSTED ON June 04, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

Economic geologist Brent Cook, the editor of Exploration Insights, a high value subscriber supported publication focused on junior miners, echoed much of what he said in our interview of a few weeks back when he sat down with Vanessa Collette at the Cambridge House conference in Vancouver the other day. Related: Brent Cook: Why gold miners… Continue Reading

POSTED ON May 03, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

Dear CEO.CA Reader, A well-respected colleague and friend of mine, Rick Rule, Chairman of Sprott US Holdings, is hosting the Sprott Vancouver Natural Resource Symposium 2014 on July 22-25 at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver. Below is some information on his conference, which I strongly recommend that you read more about and consider – if you… Continue Reading

POSTED ON March 27, 2014 BY Howard Winn

This post originally appeared in South China Morning Post. Three years ago, Robert Friedland, executive chairman and founder of Ivanhoe Mines, told the Hong Kong Mines and Money conference: “Hong Kong will become the largest mining finance market in the world.” Four years on this clearly hasn’t happened, which has led some to wonder if it… Continue Reading

POSTED ON March 26, 2014 BY Travis McPherson

ROG data by YCharts After closing their recently announced ~$29 million bought deal financing, filings show that the London-based private equity firm, Appian Capital, has acquired 21.6 million shares (10.1%) in Roxgold (ROG:TSXV).  The shares were acquired as part of a BMO Capital Markets led $29 million bought deal financing priced at $0.58 per share.  Haywood… Continue Reading

POSTED ON March 25, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

Keith Schaefer’s Oil and Gas Investments Bulletin Premium Edition is rapidly becoming one of the most influential investment newsletters in the world. Why? Subscribers are getting really rich from the picks – more on that in a second. It’s very entertaining and informative to read and written in plain speak. Keith’s completely transparent and honest, which… Continue Reading