Category: Investor Relations
14 Posts
POSTED ON December 09, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

Like it or not, we are all Internet marketers now. Chances are you own a domain name or two and even host a web site for your business, hobby or personal brand. About five years ago, I set up a shared server to help a few family, friends and non-profits host web sites. One of… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 07, 2014 BY Troy Nazarewicz

There was an interesting article in the Globe today on Tesla that is important to the cobalt market. Long-term investors can catch a ride with Tesla Excerpt (emphasis ours): Think about battery volume alone. Tesla’s goal is to ship 700,000 cars in 2019, which requires a 24-fold growth from production volume last quarter. This would give… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 06, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys, a Toronto-based video sharing service with sixty million users users worldwide (15 million of which are active monthly), burst onto the social media scene in 2011, tantalizing private tech sector investors with a billion dollar valuation trajectory. Unfortunately, as Keek maneuvered to grow with an expanding global user base outside of North America and… Continue Reading

POSTED ON October 18, 2013 BY CEO Technician

We had the wonderful opportunity of attending the Canaccord Genuity Global Resources Conference during the past couple of days in Miami, Florida. Canaccord put on a first class event with many of mining and energy sector’s best CIOs and CEOs on hand. Below are some of the key takeaways from the conference: Most miners are… Continue Reading

POSTED ON October 10, 2013 BY Thom Calandra

THE CALANDRA REPORT: Subscribe $91 yearly TIBURON, CALIFORNIA — GOLD STANDARD VENTURES shares in Canada and the USA, along with an ancillary listing in Germany, are rising smartly this week. As much as 50 percent in several days for GSV (in Canada and USA and 6AZ in Germany). This is a heady move that is linked… Continue Reading

POSTED ON September 24, 2013 BY Jeff Desjardins

In the current squeeze on the junior sector, much has been said about the challenges in raising money and the impact of lower precious metals prices on the cash costs and feasibility of future projects. However, in these tough markets, another metric that investors should pay close attention to is the General and Administration (G&A)… Continue Reading

POSTED ON September 05, 2013 BY Lawrence Roulston

The following commentary has been provided by Lawrence Roulston. Mr Roulston is an economic geologist and the editor of Resource Opportunities, a subscriber funded newsletter uncovering opportunities for wealth creation in natural resources stocks. We are subscribers of Mr. Roulston’s and follow him at conferences. Sign up for a free report from Mr. Roulston today.… Continue Reading

POSTED ON July 05, 2013 BY CEOEditor

Canada has a very diverse and thriving economy that is not solely dependent on the resource extraction industries. Granted we do have some of the best mining companies and mining professionals in the world. In Canada there is however an amazing amount of emphasis on the financing of resource exploration projects. The TSX Venture exchange… Continue Reading

POSTED ON June 25, 2013 BY Tommy Humphreys

A Colorado Resources press release caught my attention earlier announcing the engagement of Sterling Marketing (Scott Gibson) for investor relations services. While Colorado has been in the news a lot lately for their North Rok discovery, to see the name Scott Gibson was a surprise. Gibson, well-known in the junior mining industry as a conference… Continue Reading

POSTED ON June 06, 2013 BY James Altucher

I stopped a ten million dollar robbery last week. For various reasons, including Claudia is slightly worried I could get killed, I am changing all of the names. All of the other details are intact. A few weeks ago, a guy claiming to be related to Middle Eastern royalty, (call him “M”), had a representative… Continue Reading

POSTED ON April 30, 2013 BY Tommy Humphreys

I was hangin with my pals Michael McCrae and Anthony Halley from today. We were out on the patio of the 888 Cafe Express on Dunsmuir between Howe and Hornby streets taking in some sunshine and coffee, as well as catching up with the steady stream of mining and energy promoters walking by – it’s their home turf. One of… Continue Reading

POSTED ON April 26, 2013 BY Tommy Humphreys

Copper and silver tycoon and environmentalist Ross Beaty sees stagnant global growth, but strong fundamentals for gold. Here he shares his views, and a few memorable moments in his career — on both sides of the industry. “Comfortable with ambiguity,” says the sign on Pan American Silver chairman Ross Beaty’s office door. It’s a fitting… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 31, 2013 BY Gonzalo Tudela

The British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC) released its 2012 Mining Report this month. The purpose of the report is “to provide information to market participants on areas where they can improve their disclosure and on interpretative issues that have materialized during the past year.” The BSCS outlined some of the most common problems when it… Continue Reading

POSTED ON November 11, 2012 BY Thom Calandra

Via The Calandra Report – Subscribe Here – Only $58 HOUSTON — Are Colombia oil producers nearing a wave of mergers, as asset manager Frank Holmes forecast three weeks ago?

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