CONNECTING OPEN-MINDED INVESTORS WITH THE REGION’S CURRENT MINING OPPORTUNITIES
ResourceStocks has introduced mining exploration and development companies to global investors for over 20 years. Now merged into Mining Journal and MiningNews.net, who serve an unrivalled global audience with respected editorial opinion together with commentary on mining news in real time as it happens 365 days a year, ResourceStocks pioneered digital investor hubs in 2016, launching the gold and silver, copper and energy minerals hubs. These investor hubs provide up to date and expert views on investments, projects and companies.
Taking place from 16th – 17th May 2018, The ResourceStocks Sydney Event builds on the success of the digital investor hubs, to curate meetings of investors and projects within the Precious Metals (Gold & Silver), Base Metals (Copper and Zinc) and Energy Minerals (Lithium, Cobalt and Graphite) commodity groups around the world.
Our personalised agenda of private investment meetings, structured networking and interactive discussion groups and keynote speeches provides an exclusive opportunity for attendees to focus on the best global opportunities in an immersive two day event.
RESOURCESTOCKS SYDNEY 2018 COVERAGE
The searching eyes of the world’s car makers are at least partly fixed on a new “hot” commodity, CRU senior consultant Toby Green told the RESOURCEStocks Sydney conference, and it’s not cobalt, lithium or even nickel sulphate.Read more on Mining Journal
The opening session on the opening day of ResourceStocks Sydney 2018 has heard the reasons why gold is superior to cryptocurrencies, and even the US dollar.Read more on Mining Journal
Barry Dawes can usually be relied on to add the fizz around gold and the outlook for that metal at a mining conference, but the veteran stock-prospector was more ebullient at this week’s RESOURCEStocks Sydney conference about another metal.Read more on Mining Journal
Junior miners have been urged to step up and take risk, rather than waiting for “the one”.Read more on Mining Journal
Many people in Australia have been very reluctant to make comparisons between South Africa’s Witwatersrand Basin – which has so far yielded 40,000 tonnes of gold – and an Australian twin in the Pilbara, but Swiss-born Dutch investor and founder of the Commodity Discovery Fund, Willem Middelkoop wasn’t one of them this week.Read more on Mining Journal
NICKEL-cobalt player Ardea Resources is gearing up its hunt for a strategic partner for the Goongarrie project outside Kalgoorlie.Read more on MiningNews.Net
SOUTHERN Gold and its partner Bluebird Merchant Ventures are eyeing near-term development in South Korea.Read more on MiningNews.Net
SANDFIRE Resources’ potential new discovery on Auris Minerals’ Bryah Basin ground will further unfold over the next fortnight.Read more on MiningNews.Net
GEOPACIFIC Resources could be starting construction on a 100,000 ounce per annum mine as soon as late 2018.Read more on MiningNews.Net