NextSource Materials (NEXT.TO) is gearing up for the next phase in its existence as the company has just appointed Brett Whalen as its exclusive M&A advisor. Whalen comes over from Dundee Corporation where he was Vice President and Portfolio manager and assisted companies in raising C$10B in capital while advising […]
NextSource Materials (NEXT.TO) had good news last week as it announced it signed a binding (!) offtake agreement with an unnamed party described as a ‘prominent Japanese Graphite Trading Company’. The latter will purchase 20,000 tonnes of SuperFlake graphite per year from NextSource’s Molo project, for a period of 10 […]
NextSource Materials (NEXT.TO) has provided an update on its Sagar project in the Labrador Trough zone of Québec, as NEXT is keeping all its options open now the prices of certain battery metals are going through the roof. As you know, NextSource’s asset base in Madagascar provides the company with […]
NextSource Materials (NEXT.TO) has put in a stellar performance in the past few weeks as its share price moved from C$0.06 in December to a high of C$0.22 earlier this week for an increase of 267%. Surprisingly, this happened without any relevant news (other than NextSource’s announcement it has now […]
Sometimes a decreasing commodity price could be a blessing in disguise, and this seems to be the case for NextSource Materials Inc. (NEXT.TO). Whereas it was able to report very decent economics for a planned graphite mine in Madagascar in 2015, the lower graphite price practically killed pretty much every […]
After an excellent update on the Vanadium-Graphite project in Madagascar where Energizer Resources (EGZ.TO) released an intercept of 61 meters of almost 7.5% Carbon, we are taking some profits off the table here. The company currently has a bid of C$0.29, and we are looking to sell 25% of our […]
The Caesars Report Mining Top for 2012 only contains mining stocks we believe will perform better than their peers this year. Our aim is to outperform the markets, through picking undervalued shares with an acceptable risk/reward ratio.
2011 was an extremely disappointing year, as the Mining Top 25 closed with a return of -22.215%, underperforming the S&P by 18.89%, but outperforming the TSX Venture by 15.72%. We obviously expected a much better return, especially from our number 1-pick Empire Mining.
The Caesars Report Mining Top 25 for 2011 is composed entirely out of mining shares we believe will be the best performing stocks in their sector this year. Our aim is to outperform the markets, through picking undervalued shares with an acceptable risk/reward ratio.