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EYEBROW

29 September 2017
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EYEBROW

26 September 2017

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Dumont back as nickel-cobalt opportunity

Quebec nickel-cobalt project taking calls from interested parties

First Cobalt aims to 'blanket the camp'

Canada cobalt company to spend C$7m on Cobalt Camp drilling

Fission Uranium to focus on R1515W, PFS

Athabasca Basin explorer to focus on land-based zone in latest exploration programme

Iron ore heading for $50/t

Dane Davis says Chinese conditions will soon push iron ore prices down $20/t

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SEG 2017 Conference, Ore Deposits of Asia: China and Beyond

Detailed Event Info: The Organizing Committee is pleased to invite you to the SEG 2017 Conference, Ore Deposits of Asia:...

World > North-america

Searching for 'legitimate' explorers

Brent Cook is under no illusions when it comes to the crisis taking place in the Toronto exploration scene, but with low valuations and a geologist’s eye for a find, he has started buying up opportunities in the past few months. Having backed the likes of Almaden Minerals and Virginia Mines during the bust of 1997-2002 and coming out the other end with a profit, he knows how these cycles work.

World > North-america

Searching for 'legitimate' explorers

Brent Cook is under no illusions when it comes to the crisis taking place in the Toronto exploration scene, but with low valuations and a geologist’s eye for a find, he has started buying up opportunities in the past few months. Having backed the likes of Almaden Minerals and Virginia Mines during the bust of 1997-2002 and coming out the other end with a profit, he knows how these cycles work.

Searching for 'legitimate' explorers

Brent Cook is on the lookout for the “one” that is going to make the next discovery

In the lead up to the Vancouver Resources Investment Conference on January 24-25, Mining Journal caught up with the independent exploration analyst and founder of newsletter Exploration Insights to talk about viable exploration stocks, ‘zombie’ companies, the role of the majors in exploration, and what he planned to present at next month's event.

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