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Online Course Revised: An Introduction to Mining Investment – Understanding the Risks

Jack Caldwell has updated his online course, An Introduction to Mining Investment – Understanding the Risks. This course is intended for those with little knowledge of mining, but a desire to learn enough to make wise and successful investment moves in public stock markets where mining shares are traded. This course is also intended for seasoned mining stock investors who wish to take a fresh look at the basics of investing in mining stocks with a view to polishing up on, and possibly revising, strategies

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New Online Course: How to Conduct Due Diligence of Junior Mining Companies in 15 Minutes

Due diligence can be very stressful, time consuming, and sometimes even boring. As a result, investors tend to take shortcuts, and invest with partial information and/or using their gut feeling. These can lead to disastrous results.

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Upcoming Webcast from InvestmentMine – Junior Resource Investing: Now is the Time

Next week, on February 12, our colleagues at InvestmentMine will be holding an innovative webcast, Junior Resource Investing: Now is the Time. The webcast will help investors discover why Now is the Time to be accumulating select junior resource companies, and which companies offer the best upside potential to investors. The webcast features keynote speaker, renowned mining industry expert Lawrence Roulston of Resource Opportunities, who will share his 30+ years’ experience with you and offer commentary on approaches to resource investing. The webcast will also

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Mine Project Economics Webcast: Still Time to Register

The upcoming Mine Project Economics webcast is ideal for anyone involved in carrying out mine valuations or who wishes to understand mine valuations done by others. Dr. Scott Dunbar will provide instruction in the fundamental aspects of the valuation of mining projects with particular emphasis on the models used for valuation, uncertainties in the input to these models, and the role of the models in decision-making. This webcast will take place 6, 13, and 20 February 2014 from 8:00 am to 10:30 am Pacific Standard

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Mine Project Economics Webcast – Don’t Miss the Early Bird Deadline

The early bird deadline for the upcoming Mine Project Economics webcast is fast approaching! This three-session webcast is ideal for anyone involved in carrying out mine valuations or who wishes to understand mine valuations done by others. Dr. Scott Dunbar will provide instruction in the fundamental aspects of the valuation of mining projects with particular emphasis on the models used for valuation, uncertainties in the input to these models, and the role of the models in decision-making. This webcast will take place 6, 13, and

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Live Webcast – Mine Project Economics

The upcoming Mine Project Economics webcast is ideal for anyone involved in carrying out mine valuations or who wishes to understand mine valuations done by others. Dr. Dunbar will provide instruction in the fundamental aspects of the valuation of mining projects with particular emphasis on the models used for valuation, uncertainties in the input to these models, and the role of the models in decision-making. This three-session webcast will take place 6, 13, and 20 February 2014 from 8:00 am to 10:30 am Pacific Standard

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Register Now for Project Evaluation – Strategy Webcast

There’s still time to register for Dr. Sean Shafiee and Dr. Micah Nehring’s upcoming Live Webcast, Project Evaluation – Strategy! This course will provide an understanding of the fundamental principles and concepts of financial and project evaluation as applied to investment decisions in the resources sector. This 3-session webcast will take place 28 – 30 October 2013, and you can attend from anywhere! For more info or to register, see the course page.

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Seats Still Available for Valuation of Mineral Projects

Dennis Buchanan’s upcoming short course, Valuation of Mineral Projects Based on Technical and Financial Modelling, will make in-depth use of lecture and workshop sessions, featuring IC-MinEval software, to enhance participants’ understanding of the business of mining, including technical and financial modelling. This course has been presented in Vancouver, London, Johannesburg and Stockholm, receiving wide participation from both junior mining and major finance and mining companies. It provides an excellent opportunity to bring together professionals with common concerns about the valuation of mineral projects. The 4-day

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Valuation of Mineral Projects Based on Technical and Financial Modelling returns to Vancouver

Dennis Buchanan’s upcoming short course, Valuation of Mineral Projects Based on Technical and Financial Modelling, will make in-depth use of lecture and workshop sessions, featuring IC-MinEval software, to enhance participants’ understanding of the business of mining, including technical and financial modelling. This course has been presented in Vancouver, London, Johannesburg and Stockholm, receiving wide participation from both junior mining and major finance and mining companies. It provides an excellent opportunity to bring together professionals with common concerns about the valuation of mineral projects. The 4-day

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Mine Project Economics With Scott Dunbar

The upcoming Mine Project Economics webcast is ideal for anyone involved in carrying out mine valuations or who wishes to understand mine valuations done by others. Dr. Dunbar will provide instruction in the fundamental aspects of the valuation of mining projects with particular emphasis on the models used for valuation, uncertainties in the input to these models, and the role of the models in decision-making. This three-session webcast will take place 16, 23, and 30 September 2013 from 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm Pacific Daylight

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