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Barry FitzGerald

The WA gold miner has embarked on a drilling program which it believes could “significantly transform” the inventory at its King of the Hills project. It follows spectacular intersections of up to 330m at ~2gpt from surface which have raised the potential to switch from narrow to bulk mining. Show More

Barry FitzGerald

This week’s sell-off saw the likes of tech and health stocks walloped. But investors can take some comfort from the solid showing by gold stocks, which in turn suggests that hard assets like commodities could emerge as winners. If this comes to pass, emerging producers will offer significant leverage. Show More

Barry FitzGerald

The Pilbara’s conglomerate gold was hot and now it’s not. But Novo Resources’ closely-watched chairman Quinton Hennigh has put it back on the radar by noting that he will have “some very, very interesting” things to say in six months. Some think he may be planning a conglomerate-hard rock-gold marriage. Show More

Barry FitzGerald

Gold stocks are under pressure as rising US rates take their toll on the metal’s price. For many, things may get worse as shrinking inventories conflict with investor demands for growth. But Northern Star and Dacian are bucking the trend. Plus, more evidence Rio has a big WA copper find. Show More

Barry FitzGerald

With bumper margins and bloated kitties, Australia’s mid-tier gold miners are primed for M&A. But this time, it’s expected to be more bolt-on than mega-merger. Smaller companies with growing inventories are seen as potential targets. And talking of targets, Argonaut Resources is about to drill several in the Gawler Craton. Show More

John Robertson

Gascoyne Resources (GCY:AU), developing gold assets in Western Australia, has been classified as a Phase II company and rated ‘3+’ on the five point PortfolioDirect rating scale. A sevenfold change in the Gascoyne Resources share price dating from the beginning of 2016 exceeded the increase in the ASX All Ordinaries... Show More

John Robertson

Gold companies frequently appear cheaper than their foreshadowed cash flows for good reason. The industry is habitually long on promise and short on delivery. Value is normally contingent on a series of interdependent events making achievement of all necessary development preconditions a low probability. Limited resource bases constrain operating lives... Show More