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BBX Minerals (ASX: BBX) pursues gold and PGM in Brazil's underexplored southern Amazon region (w/ Andre Douchane)
BBX Minerals (ASX: BBX) chief executive officer Andre Douchane joins Small Caps to discuss the company's expected accelerated news flow of assay results from drill core at its flagship Três Estados project. Recent assays have returned numerous gold and platinum group metal intervals and BBX has developed its own analysis process for Três Estados ore. BBX has 270.5sq km of tenements in what it describes as the vastly underexplored southern Amazon region in Brazil.
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Mamba Exploration (ASX: M24) leaps into REE space, advances Calyerup Creek gold project (w/ Mike Dunbar)
Mamba Exploration (ASX: M24) managing director Mike Dunbar joins Small Caps to discuss the company's acquisition of The Done rare earth element and gold project in WA's east Kimberley, where historical exploration has returned up to 1.55% yttrium and 16.8g/t gold. The acquisition comes as Mamba advances the Calyerup Creek project, which is in the state's great southern region. Drilling at Calyerup Creek has defined gold mineralisation over 500m of strike, with this remaining open in all directions.
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Has 'the everything bubble' burst? Property, lithium and crypto... (w/ Tony Locantro)
Tony Locantro, investment manager at Alto Capital, joins Small Caps to share his views on what's taking place in the stock market, where opportunity may lay and what might come next.
David Hunter: stock market melt-up to be followed by a major financial crisis
David Hunter, chief macro strategist at Contrarian Macro Advisors, joins Small Caps to share his views on where markets are headed and why he believes we are headed for a market melt-up then a monumental crash of up to 80%. David sees precious metals (gold and silver) as being massively undervalued, that a reversal in interest rates has begun and that we are in the final decade of a major supercycle. David is an investment professional with 25 years of investment management experience and 20 years as a sell-side strategist with strong expertise in macroeconomic analysis and portfolio management. His macro capabilities combined with a contrarian philosophy have allowed him to forecast economic cycles and spot market trends well ahead of the consensus.
PharmAust (ASX: PAA) ready to trial monepantel on humans to fight motor neurone disease (w/ Dr Roger Aston)
PharmAust (ASX: PAA) executive chairman and CEO Dr Roger Aston joins Small Caps to discuss the latest news in relation to its lead drug monepantel (MPL). The biotechnology company has been focused on repurposing the drug as a treatment for cancer and neurodegenerative diseases. It has now confirmed it is ready to proceed with human trials of MPL on patients with motor neurone disease (MND). The clinical trial will test the safety and tolerability of the drug and identify any signs that indicate it may be capable of slowing the disease. Tablets specially designed for the trial were made to current good manufacturing practices (cGMP) and have already been shipped to Sydney and Melbourne. The trial is being funded with support from FightMND, the largest independent funder of MND research in Australia. PharmAust also has a medicinal chemistry contracting subsidiary based in Perth called Epichem. Earlier this week, it announced new general manager and business development manager appointments.
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Boss Energy (ASX: BOE) board gives Honeymoon uranium project the green light (w/ Duncan Craib)
Boss Energy (ASX: BOE) managing director Duncan Craib joins Small Caps to discuss the board's final investment decision to redevelop the Honeymoon uranium mine in South Australia. A recently completed front-end engineering and design (FEED) study confirmed cost estimates in the enhanced feasibility study released in mid-2021 remain accurate. Project economics include capital development costs of $113 million, a 47% internal rate of return based on a US$60 per pound uranium price, and a nameplate production capacity of 2.45 million pounds of uranium annually over an initial 11-year mine life. Boss Energy confirmed first production is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2023 with the reopened mine expected to ramp up to nameplate capacity within three years. The company has ordered several long-lead items, including the award of NIMCIX columns tender and the water treatment plant tender, with detailed engineering underway. The Honeymoon is fully funded thanks to a $125 million equity raising completed in March. Boss also holds a strategic 1.25Mlb uranium stockpile valued at US$59.38million based on the current spot price of around US$47.5/lb.
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Keep up the great work. Love the insights into various companies and thematics
Amanda is great! Big 101.7WSFM fan!
I love Jonesy & Amanda on 101.7WSFM and it’s great to hear Amanda share stock advice under the pseudonym “Kerry Stevenson” on this small caps podcast! Great job Amanda!
Decent - but Tony is a douche
I like the podcast. But Tony can really come across as an arrogant douche at times.
He’s also a bit of a doomsayer and claims that we’ll see a housing price crash based on very little evidence and grandiose assumptions.
If the host interviewed Tony less frequently, the podcast would be great.