Peter Webb, Founder of Webb 360 Consultancy, is a leader in small cap market investment after decades working in the sector to amplify the added value of advisory services for SME's.
Peter joined us to discuss what happened in 2018, explaining why small caps went from being standout performers to a sell-off, and shared his predictions for 2019, from what will mold the market to specific stocks worth investigating.
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Union Jack Oil said it has seen significant progress at the West Newton B drilling site over the last few months despite the challenges faced as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. It now looks forward to further drilling at West Newton with a fully funded program.
Blencowe Resources has commissioned SGS Lakefield to undertake further metallurgical assessment of its Orom-Cross graphite project in Northern Uganda to confirm Total Graphite Content of +95%, high recoveries, concentrate grade and maximising flake sizing.
Open Orphan has inked a new contract with Carna Bioscience, which is expected to deliver significant revenue, over the next twelve months. This contract and extension to the CMC contracts further demonstrates the refocus of Venn Life Sciences since Open Orphan took over the company last June to secure long-term partnership contracts which deliver recurring revenues for the business.