Category: CopperBank Resources Corp
7 Posts
POSTED ON December 24, 2015 BY James Kwantes

It’s a short trading day today – Canadian markets close at 10 a.m. PST, 1 p.m. EST – and also the last chance to lock in capital losses for the 2015 calendar year. If you invest in the junior mining space, chances are you may have some of those! However, one investor’s tax-loss sale is… Continue Reading

POSTED ON July 28, 2015 BY Gianni Kovacevic

“When they raid the house of ill repute, they arrest everyone including the piano player” That colourful sentence could certainly be used to describe the current rout in commodity markets, however, should the entire basket be thrown together, i.e. bulks, precious metals, agriculture and the PhD of the economy, copper? Or, is there in fact… Continue Reading

POSTED ON May 28, 2015 BY Bob Moriarty

Bob Moriarty Archives Back in 1993 silver crashed as low as $3.52 in late February/March. A silver company based in Canada was faced with a serious business decision. What kind of business model do you use when the price of your commodity is sitting at 5000-year lows? A decision was made by the company that… Continue Reading

POSTED ON March 27, 2015 BY Rob McLeod

From the world’s largest multi-commodity producers to the smallest, zombie junior exploreco, to the individual prospectors peddling their properties, the past four plus years have obviously been a disaster. Producers have cut back expenditures and sold assets to either achieve or sustain meager profitability; juniors have tried anything, generally with limited success: from ‘Hail Mary’… Continue Reading

POSTED ON March 16, 2015 BY Andrew Nelson

If you’re reading this, it’s likely you own a smartphone, computer, TV, refrigerator, automobile, and all the myriad of marvelous inventions that those of us in the modern world enjoy, and take for granted. However, there are still hundreds of millions of people who have yet to benefit from these modern amenities in developing nations, namely… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 14, 2015 BY Tommy Humphreys

Electrician turned mining entrepreneur Gianni Kovacevic has two important reminders for investors bailing on the copper sector this morning. The first is that no force in the world can prevent the ascent of man. Over the next decade, another 500 million people will be lifted from abject poverty, Kovacevic says, putting incredible demand on natural resources,… Continue Reading

POSTED ON November 10, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

Several years ago when I was considering career choices with the potential to make me rich I was attracted to the mining space because of the extreme volatility of the sector. In bear markets, or at times when commodity prices are going lower, there is little to no appetite for early-stage mineral projects. But when… Continue Reading

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