Category: John Kaiser
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POSTED ON February 26, 2015 BY Tommy Humphreys

A tight community of stock brokers, promoters and Canadian diamond investors saw some excitement today as North Arrow Minerals (NAR.V), a diamond explorer with active projects in Nunavut, Saskatchewan and elsewhere in Canada, halted its stock pending news. Over at our financial news chat application,, users started speculating whether it would be drill results… Continue Reading

POSTED ON February 19, 2015 BY Tommy Humphreys

In the good old days of Howe Street, venture stock-brokers would act as an intermediary between junior mining companies and investors. This is a somewhat murky ethical practice of the brokers having two masters, both the companies they were helping to get off the ground, and the clients with which they were to serve. Investors… Continue Reading

POSTED ON December 10, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

To a packed crowd in Vancouver yesterday, veteran junior resource analyst John Kaiser gave a presentation hosted by AME BC entitled, Confronting the Potential Extinction of a Canadian Institution. Here is a link to the 59 slide PDF presentation, courtesy John Kaiser. Mr. Kaiser has been closely involved with Canada’s venture capital markets for over thirty… 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 May 31, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

Peter Koven of the Financial Post has a missive out this Saturday morning on Canada’s embattled junior resource sector. He speaks to Terry Ortslan, Stan Bharti, John Kaiser and others about why the sector is in trouble, and possible events that could trigger a turnaround. “History suggests that a quick drop in global metal inventories,… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 23, 2014 BY James Kwantes

Cambridge, England is a university town that hosts a house of higher learning. Cambridge House is a Howe Street abode, a dwelling where hope, fear and greed each have rooms on the same floor (and share a bathroom). And floors and bottoms, of the TSX Venture variety, were something of a theme at this year’s… 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 September 02, 2013 BY Tommy Humphreys

Stalwart junior resource stock analyst John Kaiser was uncharacteristically enthusiastic in recommending Probe Mines (TSXV:PRB) to Korelin Economics radio subscribers today, saying the company’s Borden Gold project, about 200 km southwest of the Timmins Gold District in Ontario, Canada, has “District scale potential” of its own. Originally Probe Mines thought they had approximately 4 million ounces of… Continue Reading

POSTED ON July 24, 2013 BY Travis McPherson

Geologix Explorations (GIX:TSX) released revised cash cost estimates for its Tepal Cu-Au project in Michoacan, Mexico in accordance with WGC Standards (total cash cost = mining costs + on-site G&A + treatment/refining charges + royalties + transportation + by-product credits). Due to the large Cu component, GIXs total cash costs are estimated at US$238/oz Au which leaves… Continue Reading

POSTED ON May 23, 2013 BY Tony Simon

While many people are moaning and groaning about the sad state of the junior exploration market, the smart ones are paying attention and finding out that there are some real speculative opportunities out there. A great example is Colorado Resources Inc (CXO: TSXV). It started 2012 at less than 30¢, drifted lower to start out… Continue Reading

POSTED ON April 29, 2013 BY James Kwantes

A World of Mining special – Part 2 of 2 Part 1: Chasing the carat: Canada’s Queen of Diamonds comes full-circle Stornoway Diamonds’ hostile takeover of Ashton Mining and Quebec’s Renard diamond project in January 2007 was followed by an exodus of Ashton executives and managers. Several departed for Peregrine Diamonds, which is advancing its flagship… Continue Reading

POSTED ON April 28, 2013 BY CEOEditor

Our friends at Pinnacle Digest published a great 24 minute audio interview with veteran mineral exploration analyst John Kaiser, whose Bottom Fish service tracks over 1800 junior resource companies listed on the TSX-V. Listen: 686 Junior Resource Companies on the Brink | John Kaiser Apr 17, 2013 Interview Kaiser sees commodity prices trending lower. He is… Continue Reading

POSTED ON March 11, 2013 BY Tommy Humphreys

Early in 2013, the BC Securities Commission moved to ban unlicensed finders from accepting fees as a result of introducing accredited investors to private placements. The BCSC concluded that approximately 1% of capital raised would be impacted by the decision. However on February 28, 2013, TSX Venture Exchange President John McCoach wrote in a letter to… Continue Reading

POSTED ON February 28, 2013 BY CEOEditor

“This will have been the best buying opportunity in the entire bull market cycle,” Rick Rule told King World News in an audio interview published today. Rule said he has his personal check book out, “aggressively speculating” on quality junior companies through private placements offering long term warrants (*Editors note, Mr. Rule told us he wants 5… Continue Reading

POSTED ON February 27, 2013 BY Reid McKay

In Palm Springs last Sunday, Mercenary Geologist Mickey Fulp told California Resource Investment Conference attendees, “A large exploration discovery in a relatively unknown terrain” is what’s needed to kick off this market. Sprott Global Chairman and panel emcee Rick Rule added, “What this market needs is a very large discovery that I own the hell out of.” All… Continue Reading

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