In today’s podcast Tim Livesey, CEO of Oriole Resources (LSE:ORR) gives an update on its three gold projects across Cameroon and Senegal.  The company has just announced it has confirmed an 8km long gold anomaly at its Wapouze project and IAMGOLD is starting its second year of development at Dalafin. Tim also touches on the strong economics of the Dalafin project, as well as discussing the company’s prudent approach to keeping costs down.

In addition, Tim also provides an explanation of the different stages an explorer goes through to prove up a resource for any of our listeners new to the mining space.

This interview was recorded on 18th March 2019.

All opinions expressed are those of MiningMaven and the respective guests, unless otherwise stated and should not be construed as investment advice or a recommendation to buy shares in any featured Company. From time to time MiningMaven principals may take equity positions in companies featured. Listeners are advised to do their own extensive research before buying shares which, as with all small cap exploration stocks, should be viewed as high risk. Investors should also seek the advice of a qualified investment adviser or stockbroker as they deem appropriate. MiningMaven.com is a trading division of Catalyst Information Services Limited. Registered in England no. 06537074 (Registered Office Address 3rd Floor Ivy Mill, Crown Street, Manchester, M35 9BG) #gold #mining #investing

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In today’s podcast Armadale Capital’s (LSE:ACP) newly appointed non-executive director Paul Johnson explains what attracted him to the company, both from a career and investing perspective.

Armadale’s primary focus is a graphite project in Tanzania and the company recently raised just under £800,000 to progress the project. Paul touches on the fundamentals of the asset and highlights the critical nature of a company’s ability to communicate to the market.

This interview was recorded on 13th March 2019.

All opinions expressed are those of MiningMaven and the respective guests, unless otherwise stated and should not be construed as investment advice or a recommendation to buy shares in any featured Company. From time to time MiningMaven principals may take equity positions in companies featured. Listeners are advised to do their own extensive research before buying shares which, as with all small cap exploration stocks, should be viewed as high risk. Investors should also seek the advice of a qualified investment adviser or stockbroker as they deem appropriate. MiningMaven.com is a trading division of Catalyst Information Services Limited. Registered in England no. 06537074 (Registered Office Address 3rd Floor Ivy Mill, Crown Street, Manchester, M35 9BG) #gold #mining #investing

Author: Stuart Langelaan

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In today’s podcast Mick Billing, Executive Chairman of Thor Mining (LSE:THR), explains why the company is creating a new vehicle called Enviro Copper Limited and gives an overview of its two copper projects, Kapunda and Moonta. Mick also discusses the potential use of In-Situ Recovery (ISR) techniques at the projects, gives his outlook on the copper market, and provides an update on finance and off-take discussions for Thor’s Molyhil Tungsten Project.

This interview was recorded on 6th March 2019.

All opinions expressed are those of MiningMaven and the respective guests, unless otherwise stated and should not be construed as investment advice or a recommendation to buy shares in any featured Company. From time to time MiningMaven principals may take equity positions in companies featured. Listeners are advised to do their own extensive research before buying shares which, as with all small cap exploration stocks, should be viewed as high risk. Investors should also seek the advice of a qualified investment adviser or stockbroker as they deem appropriate. MiningMaven.com is a trading division of Catalyst Information Services Limited. Registered in England no. 06537074 (Registered Office Address 3rd Floor Ivy Mill, Crown Street, Manchester, M35 9BG) #gold #mining #investing

Author: Stuart Langelaan

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In today’s podcast we talk with Burns Singh Tennent-Bhohi who has just been appointed a director of Canadian-listed Forum Energy Metals (TSX-V:FMC). Historically the company has been focused on its Uranium assets but last year Forum made two acquisitions, one copper project, the other cobalt. Tennent-Bhohi explains the company’s strategy of diversifying into the battery metals space while sentiment in the uranium market gradually turns favourable. Tennent-Bhohi also discusses the increasing awareness of the Canadian TSX venture exchange by UK investors.

This interview was recorded on 21st February 2019.

All opinions expressed are those of MiningMaven and the respective guests, unless otherwise stated and should not be construed as investment advice or a recommendation to buy shares in any featured Company. From time to time MiningMaven principals may take equity positions in companies featured. Listeners are advised to do their own extensive research before buying shares which, as with all small cap exploration stocks, should be viewed as high risk. Investors should also seek the advice of a qualified investment adviser or stockbroker as they deem appropriate. MiningMaven.com is a trading division of Catalyst Information Services Limited. Registered in England no. 06537074 (Registered Office Address 3rd Floor Ivy Mill, Crown Street, Manchester, M35 9BG)

Author: Stuart Langelaan

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In today's podcast, African Battery Metals’ (LSE:ABM) newly appointed director Paul Johnson explains the company’s strategy for recovery. The African focused exploration company resumed trading on 18th February following a period of two months in temporary suspension.

The firm requested the suspension pending clarification of its financial position in December last year. African Battery metals has since raised £1m in a placing at 0.5p with newly appointed directors Paul Johnson and Andrew Bell each subscribing for £50k of stock.

In the interview, Paul Johnson, who has significant experience in recovery plays in the junior resource space, lays out the company’s immediate plans. 

This interview was recorded on 21st February 2019.

All opinions expressed are those of MiningMaven and the respective guests, unless otherwise stated and should not be construed as investment advice or a recommendation to buy shares in any featured Company. From time to time MiningMaven principals may take equity positions in companies featured. Listeners are advised to do their own extensive research before buying shares which, as with all small cap exploration stocks, should be viewed as high risk. Investors should also seek the advice of a qualified investment adviser or stockbroker as they deem appropriate. MiningMaven.com is a trading division of Catalyst Information Services Limited. Registered in England no. 06537074 (Registered Office Address 3rd Floor Ivy Mill, Crown Street, Manchester, M35 9BG) #gold #mining #investing

Author: Stuart Langelaan

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In today's podcast, ECR Minerals Chief Executive Officer Craig Brown gives an overview of the company's drilling activities and discusses the benefits of operating in Australia. ECR currently has two ongoing drilling campaigns across three prospects in the highly prospective Victoria region. Brown also explains the reasoning for its recent license acquisition in the Yilgarn region where its Windidda project is located and touches on his longer-term goals for the company.

This interview was recorded on 13th February 2019.

All opinions expressed are those of MiningMaven and the respective guests, unless otherwise stated and should not be construed as investment advice or a recommendation to buy shares in any featured Company. From time to time MiningMaven principals may take equity positions in companies featured. Listeners are advised to do their own extensive research before buying shares which, as with all small cap exploration stocks, should be viewed as high risk. Investors should also seek the advice of a qualified investment adviser or stockbroker as they deem appropriate. MiningMaven.com is a trading division of Catalyst Information Services Limited. Registered in England no. 06537074 (Registered Office Address 3rd Floor Ivy Mill, Crown Street, Manchester, M35 9BG) #gold #mining #investing

Author: Stuart Langelaan

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In today's podcast, we catch up with veteran investor Paul Johnson. Paul has been dabbling with stocks for 30 years, focussing on the natural resources sector over the past decade. With a wealth of experience under his belt, MiningMaven caught up with Paul to extract his current thoughts on the space. Paul describes investing in junior natural resources as a ‘rollercoaster ride’ but says he tends to maintain a position throughout the cyclical phases of the market to keep abreast of what’s going on. Paul is always on the lookout for unloved stocks offering potentially significant upside but highlights a key factor in making an investment decision is the companies cash balance and how much of cash runway that provides.

The effect the current macro climate is having on commodities is also discussed and Paul highlights two stocks he believes are particularly misunderstood by the market - ECR Minerals, and Thor Mining.

This interview was recorded on Monday 14th January 2019.

All opinions expressed are those of MiningMaven and the respective guests, unless otherwise stated and should not be construed as investment advice or a recommendation to buy shares in any featured Company. From time to time MiningMaven principals may take equity positions in companies featured. Listeners are advised to do their own extensive research before buying shares which, as with all small cap exploration stocks, should be viewed as high risk. Investors should also seek the advice of a qualified investment adviser or stockbroker as they deem appropriate. MiningMaven.com is a trading division of Catalyst Information Services Limited. Registered in England no. 06537074 (Registered Office Address 3rd Floor Ivy Mill, Crown Street, Manchester, M35 9BG) #gold #mining #investing

Author: Stuart Langelaan

Disclaimer: The author does not hold positions in any of the companies mentioned in this article

In today's podcast, we catch up with veteran investor Paul Johnson. Paul has been dabbling with stocks for 30 years, focussing on the natural resources sector over the past decade. With a wealth of experience under his belt, MiningMaven caught up with Paul to extract his current thoughts on the space. Paul describes investing in junior natural resources as a ‘rollercoaster ride’ but says he tends to maintain a position throughout the cyclical phases of the market to keep abreast of what’s going on. Paul is always on the lookout for unloved stocks offering potentially significant upside but highlights a key factor in making an investment decision is the companies cash balance and how much of cash runway that provides.

The effect the current macro climate is having on commodities is also discussed and Paul highlights two stocks he believes are particularly misunderstood by the market - ECR Minerals, and Thor Mining.

This interview was recorded on Monday 14th January 2019.

All opinions expressed are those of MiningMaven and the respective guests, unless otherwise stated and should not be construed as investment advice or a recommendation to buy shares in any featured Company. From time to time MiningMaven principals may take equity positions in companies featured. Listeners are advised to do their own extensive research before buying shares which, as with all small cap exploration stocks, should be viewed as high risk. Investors should also seek the advice of a qualified investment adviser or stockbroker as they deem appropriate. MiningMaven.com is a trading division of Catalyst Information Services Limited. Registered in England no. 06537074 (Registered Office Address 3rd Floor Ivy Mill, Crown Street, Manchester, M35 9BG) #gold #mining #investing

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Today's podcast is an interview with Mitchell Smith, Chief Executive Officer of Panther Metals (NEX:PALM), an investment company in the natural resources sector, primarily focussing on gold projects in Canada.

This interview was recorded on Tuesday 20th November 2018.

All opinions expressed are those of MiningMaven and the respective guests, unless otherwise stated and should not be construed as investment advice or a recommendation to buy shares in any featured Company. From time to time MiningMaven principals may take equity positions in companies featured. Listeners are advised to do their own extensive research before buying shares which, as with all small cap exploration stocks, should be viewed as high risk. Investors should also seek the advice of a qualified investment adviser or stockbroker as they deem appropriate. MiningMaven.com is a trading division of Catalyst Information Services Limited. Registered in England no. 06537074 (Registered Office Address 3rd Floor Ivy Mill, Crown Street, Manchester, M35 9BG) #gold #mining #investing

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Today's podcast is an interview with Dr Kerim Sener, Managing Director of Ariana Resources (LON:AAU) following the company’s announcement of results from the Salinbas gold project.

This interview was recorded on Monday 22nd October 2018.

All opinions expressed are those of MiningMaven and the respective guests, unless otherwise stated and should not be construed as investment advice or a recommendation to buy shares in any featured Company. From time to time MiningMaven principals may take equity positions in companies featured. Listeners are advised to do their own extensive research before buying shares which, as with all small cap exploration stocks, should be viewed as high risk. Investors should also seek the advice of a qualified investment adviser or stockbroker as they deem appropriate. MiningMaven.com is a trading division of Catalyst Information Services Limited. Registered in England no. 06537074 (Registered Office Address 3rd Floor Ivy Mill, Crown Street, Manchester, M35 9BG) #gold #mining #investing

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