With gold still on the rise, mining guru John Cornford revisits two old favourites with the punters and introduces readers to two new ones as well.
John Cornford revisits some of the more interesting gold stocks now that the gold bull market appears to be in full swing.
While the chart shows that Oracle’s shares might, before Covid-19, have been predicting riches, it’s probably an illusion, writes John Cornford.
With gold on the offensive in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, John Cornford thinks he may have found the next Anglo Asian Mining…
Stronger gold and a revised plan means this junior miner has cash flow in its sights much earlier than investors expect, writes John Cornford.
Anyone looking for a good yield should be keeping an eye on Photo-Me, whose interims are due next Tuesday December 10th, writes John Cornford.
The risks are high and the rewards are slow to materialise, but the rewards are sometimes large. It’s only partly a matter of timing when it comes to coal-to-power, writes John Cornford.
The resurgent nickel price has spurred the shares of Horizonte Minerals to double in value almost overnight, writes John Cornford.
Solgold, my best tip – up from under 3p in 2015 to a 45p peak in 2017 – has been up and down ever since, like the proverbials in Klondike mining towns.
With gold on the ascent, John Cornford explains why he’s buying Shanta and keeping a close eye on Kefi but avoiding Hummingbird.