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Gwen Preston launched Resource Maven after spending almost a decade writing about resource investing, most of it as a senior writer at The Northern Miner. Her subscribers benefit from the first-hand knowledge that she developed through years of visiting projects and interviewing geologists, analysts, and management teams.

About Resource Maven
Canada is a global exploration powerhouse, home to hundreds of companies exploring thousands of projects across the globe. That means Toronto’s stock exchanges let everyone participate in the search for new mines.
And new mines are needed, because the world is incessantly hungry for metals: copper to move electricity, iron to build structures, zinc to protect iron, gold to carry wealth, silver to solder electronics, and so on. As long as populations continue to climb and developing countries continue to grow, demand will not abate.
Incessant demand is the big picture, but it takes detail to turn that concept into cash. Many details matter, from each metal’s supply-demand balance to the politics of resource development in different countries to the availability of capital to build new mines.

And all that information still leaves unanswered the most important question of all: which horse to bet on.

That’s where Resource Maven can help.

Gwen knows mining and exploration. As a senior writer with The Northern Miner Gwen spent years visiting projects and interviewing geologists, management teams, and analysts to understand which projects and pieces of news mattered and why. In the midst of that she spent two years working with Marin Katusa of Casey Research, where she learned about capital markets and the newsletter business.

Now she has a deep base of knowledge and a network of contacts across the sector, exactly what is needed for successful resource investing.

Agenda
  • 20 Minute Keynote Address
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Gwen Preston
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Gwen Preston launched Resource Maven after spending almost a decade writing about resource investing, most of it as a senior writer at The Northern Miner. Her subscribers benefit from the first-hand knowledge that she developed through years of visiting projects and interviewing geologists, analysts, and management teams.