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On February 21, 2022, I sat down for a CEO BBQ with Nick Rodway, the 30-year-old CEO of Core Assets, who found the company’s +1000 square kilometers project by himself when looking for battery metals in the Atlin district in the high North of the Canadian province British Columbia, in 2017.
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00:00 Important disclaimer
01:00 How did Nick find “Blue”?
07:00 Why did nobody pick the land package up before him?
13:30 Carmac did work on the property before, but failed. Why?
17:40 What’s the end goal for Core Assets? Production or transaction?
22:00 Has Core’s team successfully transacted a project before?
24:00 $12,500/month for services to Zimtu? Why?
26:30 Crescat Capital invested $1.2M. Why?
30:50 How much more share dilution before a deal?
35:45 How much does the CEO earn?
38:55 A lot of shares, options & warrants were granted, who’s holding them, and what are they planning on doing with that many options & warrants?
45:00 Why is a CRD porphyry better than other deposits?
52:00 What are the potential problems with CRD deposits?
57:50 Were the recent results disappointing? Why did the stock fall 10%?
01:01:00 The 2022 drill program, when, how much, how deep, costs?
01:05:00 What if the drill program doesn’t confirm the grades or size, will this hurt the stock beyond repair?
01:11:00 Are all permits for the drill program secured?
01:12:45 What’s the budget for the drill program, and will you have to tap the market for cash before some results have been released?
01:17:30 Geology for investors: what should I learn, if I want to become a better natural resource investor?
Am I wrong? Is my beard ugly? Did I miss something? Did I forget to ask something? Did the CEO lie? Great! We’re all here to learn. If you caught a mistake in this article, please start a conversation down below by correcting me and providing further literature for me and future readers to benefit from. Thanks!