Evolution Mining has beaten its rivals to buy an 80% stake in Northparkes copper-gold mine for up to US$475 million.
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Australia is a land rich in natural resources, and we have often benefitted from the richness these resources provide us. As a major trading country, we are also economically dependent on these mineral and energy resources — particularly iron ore, uranium, and natural gas.
Given that we depend on these resources so much, economic downturns and the end of the mining boom in 2012 have shown just how much Australia relies on traditional mining projects.
Concerns about depletions and scarcity of resources, along with environmental considerations, have made it abundantly clear that new mining solutions and technologies are required if Australia is serious about the future of the industry.
As an investor, all that matters is that you’re on the right side of this transformative shift.
What’ll happen to renewable energy if it is robbed of its favourite scalable balancing mechanism because it emits too much?
The investment road map is clearly there…crystal clear for investors to follow.
In the latest episode of our Fat Tail podcast What’s Not Priced In, our Editorial Director Greg Canavan spoke all things commodities with James Cooper. They discuss how this cycle is different to the secular bear market experienced in commodities from 2012–16. They focus specifically on the carnage in the junior mining sector. James explains why this sector is the area speculative investors should be looking at to position for an expected big recovery in the years ahead. We thought it would be a great episode for Fat Tail Commodities readers to tune into. Enjoy.
In this week’s episode of What’s Not Priced In, we speak all things commodities with James Cooper. We discuss how this cycle is different to the secular bear market experienced in commodities from 2012–16. We focus specifically on the carnage in the junior mining sector. James explains why this sector is the area speculative investors should be looking at to position for big gains in the years ahead.