In this interview, Jamie Keech shares his take on the recent gold mining mergers and acquisitions and why he believes it is very bullish for the gold price. Jamie also discusses how the Resource Insider group of accredited investors approaches mining stock investing. Jamie is a Vancouver-based financier with a background in mining engineering. Having worked on mining projects across the world, he is focused on providing catalytic capital to high quality teams in the mining and natural resources sector, which he believes is on the cusp of reversing its multi-year trend of being an unloved market.
1:18 Commentary on recent gold mergers and acquisitions
4:07 More internal brownfield exploration for gold producers instead of joint-ventures?
5:48 Must an exploration company have a current resource for you to invest?
8:03 Do your private deals have to have warrants?
10:36 Assessing management teams’ focus
11:50 Assessing jurisdictional risk in South America
14:43 Management teams trying to ‘strike while the iron is hot’
20:07 Recommended gold stock
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