Gwen Preston
In her letter Resource Maven explains what she is buying and selling, and why. One of her early 2015 picks gained 60% in six weeks! Maven then sold half and the remaining shares are up more than 100%.
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POSTED ON September 25, 2015 BY Gwen Preston

With almost $600 million in the bank, NSU has cash to back 80% of its share price. And it pays a dividend. And it’s expanding its profitable mine. Investors are taking note: Nevsun has outperformed the S&P/TSX Capped Diversified Metals & Mining Index by 40% since June. The big resource picture is still unclear. No… Continue Reading

POSTED ON August 20, 2015 BY Gwen Preston

  Sign up for Gwen’s email list at Eldorado Invests in Integra Gold The most active junior explorer on the Venture exchange just got a major endorsement: Eldorado Gold (TSX: ELD) is buying 15% of Integra Gold (TSXV: ICG) through a private placement that will put $14.6 million into ICG’s bank account. The financing will leave… Continue Reading

POSTED ON August 12, 2015 BY Gwen Preston

Get Gwen Preston’s research via email. Subscribe at The Venture index is now down almost 2,000 points from its March 2011 high, a 75% slide fueled by gold’s 40% haircut, copper’s 45% decline, silver’s 66% cut, platinum’s 50% fall… That was bad. Then China devalued the yuan and things got even worse. Copper sank… Continue Reading

POSTED ON August 05, 2015 BY Gwen Preston

Permitting progress. A first gold pour. Drill results. Takeovers and asset sales. Miners and explorers are still getting things done. An environmental assessment green light. A first gold pour. Drilling results. A takeover aimed at an in-development U.S gold mine. The sale of half a massive copper mine for a billion dollars. Things are still… Continue Reading

POSTED ON June 26, 2015 BY Gwen Preston

Sailing is on the brain. I’m off to Alaska tomorrow, to join my parents as they explore the Panhandle on their 31-foot sailboat. I’m a touch excited. Getting the boat from Victoria to Ketchikan was not easy. When there was wind, it was usually against them. Tides are big up there this time of year,… Continue Reading