Tom graduated University of Brighton with a BA (Hons) degree in Broadcast Journalism, leaving as the valedictorian of the class of 2015. His final year projects and dissertation were nominated for, and won, several awards, whilst he was also the Editor-in-Chief of the university’s news site during his time at Brighton. After previously writing for a property magazine, Tom joined the Proactive team in January 2016.
“The drill programme from 2016 and 2017 is showing very positive results that have led us to believe we are getting to a point in our understanding where we can start to target potential higher grade feeder zones”
The cuts are a sharp contrast to Amazon’s aggressive hiring policy in recent years
As mining exploration continues to recover from its lulls of a few years ago, Capital Drilling is starting to find its services more and more in demand
The company racked up losses of US$675mln in the final three months of 2017 as it invested heavily in the production of its Model 3 sedan, semi-truck and sports car
Historical resource estimates suggested that 50mln ounces of silver was present at the project in Colorado, but Torrey Hills Capital’s Clay Chase thinks there is potential for that number to be even greater
Numis analyst Paul Cuddon thinks the balance between risk and reward is now more fairly balanced
Mobile metal ion surveying and drill campaigns are planned for the Meadows, Wishbone and Empress areas at Greatland’s 100%-owned Ernest Giles gold project in Western Australia
“Having committed the time and resource to restructure our UK sales function to focus on larger, more strategic accounts, the [new] contracts won are a welcome validation of our strategy”
Of course if you’ve already done so, this article probably doesn’t apply to you…
Sometimes a cheap stock is cheap for a reason, not just because it’s good value…
The Rookie Investors has still got the Fever(tree), but would he have done had he set a stop-loss?
As I venture into the world of equity trading, here’s the background to my story and where I’m at now