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Americas Mining Agenda: Brent Cook and John Kaiser, 30/5/17

Mining Journal Latin America editor Paul Harris was among the speakers at this year’s International Metal Writers Conference in Vancouver, where more than 60 junior mining companies were competing for attention and about 3,000 investors were in attendance. Later he caught up with Exploration Insights’ Brent Cook, and John Kaiser from Kaiser Research.
Americas Mining Agenda: Brent Cook and John Kaiser, 30/5/17 Americas Mining Agenda: Brent Cook and John Kaiser, 30/5/17 Americas Mining Agenda: Brent Cook and John Kaiser, 30/5/17 Americas Mining Agenda: Brent Cook and John Kaiser, 30/5/17 Americas Mining Agenda: Brent Cook and John Kaiser, 30/5/17

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Brent Cook

Brent Cook
Publisher, Exploration Insights

Brent Cook is an independent exploration analyst with 30 years of experience in both property economics and geology evaluations. He received a BSc in geology from Utah State University in 1978. A seasoned geologist, Cook's expertise spans all areas of the mining business from the conceptual stage through to detailed technical and financial modelling related to mine development and production. He has worked in over 60 countries and in virtually all geological environments, analysing and providing commentary on proposed mine sites.

 

John Kaiser

John Kaiser
Principal, Kaiser Research

A mining analyst with more than 25 years of experience, John Kaiser produces Kaiser Research Online. Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, he graduated from the University of British Columbia in 1982 with a BA in philosophy and German. He began work in January 1983 as a research assistant with Continental Carlisle Douglas, a Vancouver brokerage firm that specialised in Vancouver Stock Exchange listed securities. In 1989 he moved to Pacific International Securities where he was research director until April 1994, when he moved to the United States with his family.

Initially a print newsletter, the Kaiser Bottom-Fishing Report evolved into Kaiser Bottom-Fish Online which, with the addition of a powerful category based search engine in 2012, evolved into Kaiser Research Online whose mandate is to cover the Canadian listed resource sector.

 

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