Category: Barkerville
17 Posts
POSTED ON July 29, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

It’s the end of an era on Vancouver’s Howe Street, the on-again off-again junior mining capital of the world, with the resignation of J. Francis “Frank” Callaghan as CEO of Barkerville Gold Mines, a role he had occupied since 1991. Mining engineer and current Barkerville Chairman Norman Anderson has been appointed temporary CEO of the BC explorer… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 16, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

Today is the one year anniversary of making this video with my brother. I thought it would be a great opportunity to share some of my favourite mining and energy quotes, starting with one from Mr. Lowell, of course: “If there’s anything my career says about me, it’s that I’m very good at being wrong.”… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 08, 2014 BY Thom Calandra

On Fire: ALQA, CUR, SVV, BCRX, Gold & More THE CALANDRA REPORT: Subscribe We send this update from Active Trading Partner’s David Banister, whose analysis thus far is superb. We have been tracking the 48-year-old New England writer’s work on ALQA for about four weeks. Also, CUR. Plus: metals equities, including Almaden Minerals (AAU in… Continue Reading

POSTED ON November 14, 2013 BY Thom Calandra

THE CALANDRA REPORT: Subscribe $91 yearly Thursday November 14, 2013 Mines are made, not found. That is Barkerville Gold Mines‘ tagline for investor brochures. James Francis Gerard Callaghan spent upwards of $120 million making Barkerville mines and properties along central British Columbia’s Cariboo trend in Canada. Do you know the restaurant Max’s in northern California? “This… Continue Reading

POSTED ON October 23, 2013 BY Thom Calandra

THE CALANDRA REPORT: Subscribe $91 yearly October 22, 2013 Most everyone likes an under-fished story. Even regulators. So, this is Day 9. Barkerville Gold Mines’ return to trading brings a doubling of the stock price for those who bought the tarnished stock in America’s pink-sheet market (symbol BGMZF) whilst the Canada shares were halted. Those… Continue Reading

POSTED ON September 10, 2013 BY Tommy Humphreys

Cambridge House International, Canada’s junior mining advocates, are hosting the FREE Toronto Resource Investment Conference at the Sheraton Centre Hotel this Thursday and Friday (Details and Registration). Join financiers Ned Goodman of Dundee Corp., Eric Sprott of Sprott Inc., Frank Holmes of US Global Investors, along with newsletter writers including Keith Schaefer of the Oil and… Continue Reading

POSTED ON April 11, 2013 BY James Kwantes

Seven months after the B.C. Securities Commission slapped a cease-trade order on shares of Barkerville Gold Mines (BGM), the stock remains halted. The regulatory slapdown came after Barkerville, helmed by Frank Callaghan, proclaimed an NI 43-101 resource estimate of 10.6 million gold ounces, indicated, for its Cow Mountain project and the “geological potential” for 65 to 90… Continue Reading

POSTED ON August 20, 2012 BY Tommy Humphreys

Schmooze or Lose. Obama doesn’t like cozying up to billionaires. Could it cost him the election? New Yorker Trust, empathy, mentorship. Three Leadership Traits That Never Go Out Of Style. HBR “This is not the time of your life you want to be easy.” @chris_reynolds — Tommy Humphreys (@tommyhump) August 20, 2012 Inmet secures US$1-billion… Continue Reading

POSTED ON August 16, 2012 BY Tommy Humphreys

Here’s what I took away from the headlines this morning: Barrick in talks to sell Africa stake to China Gold. See also – why? and Gold expected to pull out of slump. Globe and Mail 5 Founders Who Came Back to Rescue Their Companies. Fiscal Times

POSTED ON August 15, 2012 BY Tommy Humphreys

“Welcome the disagreement. Remember the slogan, ‘When two partners always agree, one of them is not necessary.’” Boom. Paulson Steps Up Gold Bet To 44% Of Firm’s Equity Assets. Bloomberg “It is clear that there is huge untapped potential to increase trade between China and Canada.” Obstacles hurting Canada-China energy investment: official study. Financial Post

POSTED ON August 14, 2012 BY Tommy Humphreys

Nobody’s going to jail and nobody’s getting rich, at least yet. Halted… Barkerville Gold Mines – Technical report (NI 43-101) – English. Sedar

POSTED ON August 13, 2012 BY Tommy Humphreys

Rory McIlroy Wins the PGA Championship. WSJ Egypt president sweeps out army rulers in hopefully a peaceful end to 60 years of military leadership there. Reuters Five years on, the Great Recession is turning into a life sentence. Telegraph

POSTED ON August 12, 2012 BY Tommy Humphreys

Mining legend Don McKinnon dies at 83. Timmins Press Selected Achievements: -Self taught, high school drop out prospector turned multi-millionaire; -Discovered the Hemlo Gold Mine — one of the most profitable gold operations in Canadian history; -PDAC Person of the Year in 1982; -Order of Canada winner in 1995; The list goes on. RIP Mr. McKinnon. Leaderboard. PGA… Continue Reading

POSTED ON July 16, 2012 BY Tommy Humphreys

Foreign Purchases of Canadian Securities Reach Record. Bloomberg A Yahoo Search Calls Up a Chief From Google. Dealbook Contrary Indicator. The Globe’s hatin on mining stocks. Globe and Mail Otto Rock, Keir Reynolds and Callaghan himself with more on BarkerVaudeville. Enbridge brand can be repaired: analysts. Financial Post Four Reasons the Hedge Fund Industry Is… Continue Reading

POSTED ON July 13, 2012 BY Tommy Humphreys

And it’s Friday the 13th… QE, or not QE? An assessment of the most controversial weapon in the central banker’s armoury. Economist “Economic history is a never-ending series of episodes based on falsehoods and lies, not truths.  It represents the path to big money.  The object is to recognize the trend whose premise is false,… Continue Reading

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