Before my first Canadian-based Conference, I spent my Sunday watching football and learning about some cool companies. I always have at least one enlightening take away, and today it happens to be that this sector of the market does not get enough love after years of decline and selling pressure.
As an analyst there is no better way to learn about companies than the face time you get with management and these smaller conferences have always unearthed interesting investment ideas during off market cycles. Everyone I know in the investment community thinks this sector is not to be ignored.
Equities.com intends to cover select companies, and after acquiring VantageWire a short year ago we are getting our footing in Canada as we learn our way around the block. To follow will be articles on companies we targeted, but I am especially looking forward to getting back to you with what I learned here in Vancouver in 2016.
A Note from Cambridge:
Cambridge House International Inc. and Katusa Research will co-produce the 2016 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference which is the world's largest resource investment conference dedicated to resource exploration. Investment thought leaders and wealth influencers provide our audiences with valuable insights. C-suite company executives covering every corner of the mineral exploration sector as well as metals, oil & gas, renewable energy, media and financial services companies are available to speak one on one. This is a must-attend for investors and stakeholders in the global mining industry.
Over the past 20 years, Cambridge House has built its resource investment conferences to be the largest and best in the world, focused on mineral exploration. These have been exceptionally strong in attracting retail investors. This partnership with Katusa Research will bring in new professional and institutional investors and speakers from around the world.
Over the past decade, Marin Katusa, President of Katusa Research, has emerged as a world leader in analyzing resource sectors in both mining and energy and in using his research to manage strongly performing resource funds. During this time, he raised more than $1 billion for the energy and mining sectors. His recently published book, The Colder War, which documents the geopolitical shift of control of mining and energy sectors to the emerging markets, is a New York Times best seller.
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