Andrew Bell Red Rock Resources speaks to Share Talk in relation to the Shoats Creek Update. We talk about the forward looking working of the main operator and newsflow. We talk about the options that can be exercised at a premium to the market price currently. We have an update on other assets in place including a look at their Jupiter Asset.
What the estates of George Michael, David Bowie, and Prince reveal about investment trends. (Getty Images)
When it comes to celebrities and their financial decisions, you’d be forgiven for expecting to read stories like those attributed to footballing legend George Best.
“I spent 90% of my money on booze, birds and fast cars,” he famously said after his early retirement in the 80s. “The rest I just wasted.” Such comments are not only regarded as being politically incorrect and financially irresponsible in 2017, they also fail to tick any of the boxes associated with sensible retirement planning strategies.
On Dec. 1, 2008, most of the world’s banks were still panicking through the financial crisis. Lehman Brothers had collapsed. Merrill Lynch had been sold. Citigroup and others had required multibillion-dollar bailouts to survive. But not every institution appeared to be in free fall. That afternoon, at the London outpost of Deutsche Bank, the stolid-seeming, €2 trillion German powerhouse, a group of financiers met to consider a proposal from a team led by a trim, 40-year-old banker named Michele Faissola.
Porphyry deposits are very large, polymetallic systems that typically contain copper along with other important metals. Much of today’s mineral production depends on porphyries: 60% of copper, 95% of molbdenum, and 20% of gold comes from this deposit type.
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Steve Larratt, Business Research Analyst for Share Talk updates Tip TV viewers about the Cardiff event to be held on 18th February. Larratt describes it as a innovation event for technology, biopharma, biotech, fintech and block chain type companies. Larratt also talks about the economic revival project undertaken by W Resources
Copper is one of the most important materials for infrastructure and circuitry, and therefore it is needed in large amounts to build skyscrapers, vehicles, homes, and other important items. However, one interesting aspect of copper is that it is 100% recyclable, which makes it a very green material of choice for the Circular Economy.