Australian Gold Companies

australian gold companies
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The Mining Valuation Handbook: Australian Mining and Energy Valuation for Investors and Management
The Mining Valuation Handbook: Australian Mining and Energy Valuation for Investors and Management
The mining industry is vital to the Australian economy, accounting for around 32% of annual exports. The Mining Valuation Handbook is the most comprehensive book published on this subject. This Premium Finance edition has been fully revised, expanded and updated.
This book provides mining information for the financial industry and financial information for the mining industry. Topics covered include:
feasibility studies
commodity values and forecasting
classification of resources and reserves
indicative capital and operating costs
valuation and pricing techniques
quantifying risk
the impact of exploration and expansion.
And there is much, much more. As Robert Champion de Crespigny writes in the foreword, this book 'unravels many of the mysteries and valuation techniques employed by resource industry specialists and the share market analysts who follow the sector.'

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S.S. Great Britain 1970
S.S. Great Britain 1970
Portishead Point - s.s. Great Britain 1970 on her way home to Bristol. s.s. Great Britain - The History 1852 - 1876 Emigrant Clipper. Under new owners Gibbs Bright and Co, the ship prospered, and her reputation was re-established. It was the height of the Australian gold rush and the company took full advantage of the increase in emigration to that country by rebuilding the ship for use as a fast and luxurious emigrant carrier, circumnavigating the globe. A 300 foot-long deck house was added to the ship's upper deck and a new 500 h.p. Penn engine was fitted. The internal accommodation was rebuilt to accommodate 750 passengers in three classes and the ship now had a radically different external appearance, sitting lower in the water and featuring a much larger superstructure and twin funnels. For her initial voyage, the ss Great Britain carried four masts, two fore and aft and two square sails but she was then re-masted, to carry three masts and all square sails. Over the next 24 years and 32 voyages she was a frequent sight in Australian waters, as well as making stops in Cape Town, St Helena, and the occasional trip to New York. The ship averaged 60 days out and 60 days home & an extremely fast time for the 19th century and carried over 15,000 emigrants. In 1861 she carried the first ever English cricket team to tour Australia. Two years later, she again transported the English side, which was by then captained by E.M. Grace, brother of Dr. W.G. Grace.
Safe No More
Safe No More
I guess when walking a gold trail you must find the jackpot, even if by Photoshop :-) This old safe from the company office is real but I borrowed a well known Australian hero and a bit of gold off the spot market. Hope you have a good Sunday. It is bright and sunny here but not exactly warm. Processed from RAW to reclaim the sky with recovery and fill to see inside the safe. Then Topaz a bit heavy handed and had to blur the sky for noise reduction. Ned Kelly can be found further back on my stream but the gold is just a Fractalius of my imagination.

australian gold companies
australian gold companies
Junior Mining Investor: 14 Natural Resource Experts Show You How to Invest Profitably in Emerging Gold, Silver, Platinum, Base Metals, and Uranium Mining and Exploration Stocks
Junior Mining Investor brings together the combined wisdom of 14 mining-industry veterans to reveal how they make money speculating, trading and investing in junior mining and exploration stocks. These issues trade like no other sector and the potential to double or even triple your investment in 2-3 days means you have to be in the right stock at the precise time. Each succinct chapter presents the author's strategy and offers step-by-step guidance on implementing it for maximum profits.
These analysts are newsletter writers, hedge fund managers, discovery geologists, and industry veterans who have one thing in common: a winning record and proven philosophy in the ever-changing gold and resource stock market. They understand the key fundamentals to investing in the resource sector and have created life-changing wealth for many of their clients.
Gold, silver, platinum, uranium, nickel, copper and various other base metals have been in a bull market since 2001 and will most likely continue for many years as the economic growth in China, India, Brazil, and Russia demands ever-increasing amounts of the world's raw materials.
One of the best ways to invest in these commodities is through mining and exploration companies that explore for, discover, develop and mine these valuable resources.
Junior mining and explorations stocks provide exposure to the metals market. And since they have a 'small' market capitalization, typically between $10 and $300 million, these companies offer great leverage and the chance to multiply your money rapidly, if done correctly.
In Junior Mining Investor, you will learn how to buy and sell stocks listed on the Australian Stock Exchange and Canada's Toronto Stock Exchange and TSX-Venture - where over 60% of the world's exploration companies are listed. Many of these companies do not trade on the broad U.S. exchanges, so it is critical that you understand how to access these foreign markets.
This book is for investors who wish to gain the necessary fundamentals to speculate in this exciting, dynamic, and profitable market. Small-cap junior mining and exploration stocks are a proven way to play the current bull market in precious metals, base metals and uranium. And with the right knowledge, many investors are making big gains.
Authors include: David Morgan, The Silver-Investor; Brian Fagan, Stocks and Speculations; Adrian Day, Adrian Day Asset Management; Jason Hommel, The Silver Stock Report; Dr. Russell McDougal, Investor's Daily Edge; Scott Wright, Zeal Intelligence; Ken Gerbino, Kenneth J. Gerbino and Company; Neil Charnock, Gold Oz; Clif Droke,; Dr. Richard S. Appel, Financial Insights; James Finch and Julie Ickes, Stock Interview; Roland Watson, The Silver Analyst; and Dudley Baker of Precious Metals Warrants.

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