Mining: Short-term Blip or Structural Boom? With David Radclyffe | Webinar & Podcast

Damien Klassen

Nucleus Wealth

Nucleus Wealth's Head of Investments Damien Klassen, Head of Advice Tim Fuller and Managing Director of Global Mining Research, David Radclyffe, investigate if Mining is experiencing a short-term blip, or a structural boom

On the agenda:

  • Gold: relationships between gold miners & gold price
  • Iron ore & Lithium: how high can they go?
  • Copper: effect of electric vehicles & solar on copper
  • Investment Outlook


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Damien Klassen
Head of Investment
Nucleus Wealth

Damien runs asset allocation and global stock portfolios for Nucleus Super, Nucleus Ethical and Nucleus Wealth. His 25 year+ career includes Global Quant at Schroders, Strategy at Wilson HTM & co-founder of Aegis.

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