This Week’s “Resource Heads” is focused on understanding drill core pictures as well as the “new” uranium bull thesis.
I was joined by:
- Dr. Quinton Hennigh, head geologist at Crescat Capital, who gave me an example of analysing drill core pictures.
- Kit Marrs & Joe Piekenbrock, of Western Alaska, who walked me through their recent news release and gave me another example of analysing drill core pictures.
- Collin Kettell, of Nevada King Gold Corp, who walked me through NKG’s recent news releases, and helped me understand gold solubility and why it’s important.
- Chapman Scarborough, CPA doing research into uranium supply-demand figures, who told me why the uranium bull thesis 1.0 is dead, and the uranium bull thesis 2.0 is much better.
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Shortly: you will lose all of your money and possibly most of your brain cells if you listen to talking heads on the internet. Especially if they have orange hair and no experience (me).
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00:00 Why is the market up?
04:00 5 lessons from listening to “experts”
07:55 How to analyze drill core pictures
15:10 Analysing drill core pictures – case study 1 – Core Assets
28:35 Analysing news releases – case study 2 – Western Alaska
48:20 Analysing news releases – case study 3 – Nevada King
01:05:20 Uranium bull thesis 2.0
01:41:00 Closing thoughts
Was there something wrong with what the guests said? Did I fail to ask an important question? Did I make a mistake in my reporting? Please tell me about it. Criticism and skepticism are highly welcome and help me learn. Thank you.