CopperBank’s 10-Bagger Strategy Explained by CEO Gianni Kovacevic

from Mining Stock Education

CopperBank Resources Corp. (CSE:CBK – FWB:9CM – OTCQX:CPPKF) founder and CEO Gianni Kovacevic and his team strategically built CopperBank to maximize shareholder value in a copper bull market. CopperBank has consolidated world-class copper properties and offer a unique “pounds in the ground” copper investment vehicle. The company’s strategy is to accretively advance its portfolio while managing the core business like owner operators and vehemently protecting the value offering on a per share basis. Due to CopperBank’s low overhead model and established suite of projects, it has one of the lowest G&A operating budgets of any publicly listed company in Canada. Management of CopperBank have demonstrated intensive insider buying distinguishing its brand as one of the most insider-supported companies in North America.

Gianni Kovacevic is a renowned expert on incumbent energy systems and a sought-after strategist in the divestment movement. He has invested over 20,000 hours of research and experience in the analysis of the natural resource sector. His specific expertise on copper markets has brought him to lecture at institutions and think-tanks around the world. An avid proponent of realistic environmentalism, Gianni is frequently interviewed by the media and his new book, My Electrician Drives a Porsche? was published in 2016 and is available in multiple languages at book sellers everywhere. Gianni is a graduate of electrical studies from The British Columbia Institute of Technology, fluent in English, German, Italian and Croatian, he is a founding member of the CO2 Master Solutions Partnership and a co-founder of CopperBank.

Register for the upcoming live webcast (Thurs Feb 11th at 2pm ET) where Gianni Kovacevic will present on the macro fundamentals of the global copper market as well as take specific questions about CopperBank.

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