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Miners positioned for recovery

Miners positioned for recovery

Second-tier miners, juniors should prepare for a cash squeeze as a best-case scenario

From the Capital

23 APRIL 2020
Bad, bleak or catastrophic?

Bad, bleak or catastrophic?

Of the possible fallout scenarios from COVID-19, the most optimistic also seems most likely

From the Capital

16 APRIL 2020
Kasbah's doubtful destiny

Kasbah's doubtful destiny

Junior resources companies must come to terms and plan for a new reality, whatever that may be

From the Capital

09 APRIL 2020
Gold miners miss the point

Gold miners miss the point

Senior executives must find more effective ways to market to the masses

From the Capital

06 FEBRUARY 2020
Business pessimism retards cycle gains

Business pessimism retards cycle gains

Development equities are most leveraged to pending price strength but funding remains key risk

From the Capital

23 JANUARY 2020
Dual-listing gains hard to find

Dual-listing gains hard to find

The proposed advantages of listing across Australia and Canada don't stack up in practice

From the Capital

05 DECEMBER 2019
The value proposition

The value proposition

The market is insisting companies are able to explain their worth

View from the West End

27 NOVEMBER 2019
Uranium: so bad, it's good

Uranium: so bad, it's good

The theoretical certainty of rising prices makes most junior equities great value

From the Capital

03 OCTOBER 2019
Copper exploration values uncertain

Copper exploration values uncertain

The value attached to unsure development potential is lower than executives would like to admit

From the Capital

23 MAY 2019
What's behind falling stock prices?

What's behind falling stock prices?

Sliding equity valuations is a symptom of large systemic problems for the global economy

From the Capital

22 NOVEMBER 2018
Valuation explanations need work

Valuation explanations need work

Ramelius' justification for its claim it is undervalued are simplistic and temporary

From the Capital

01 NOVEMBER 2018
Too few panicky investors

Too few panicky investors

The fever and activity needed to sustain junior share prices is non-existent

From the Capital

30 AUGUST 2018