Sunday, 9 March 2014

How Serious Junior Miners are Separating from the Pack

At the Financial Post.
These companies do not need to have world-class deposits with 10 million ounces of gold or 20 billion pounds of copper. In fact, investors are likely to shun projects like that, because they are too large and risky in the current environment. No one wants to see another Tasiast or (even worse) a Pascua-Lama. All these companies need is an economic discovery and a logical path to production, and investors will take it.
"Projects are being scrubbed down to a nugget that works,

PDAC 2014: How serious junior miners are separating from the pack in recent M&A turnaround

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