Bill Brodie Good of Alien Metals, Joe Salomon of Oilex and Paul Hill on Stocks to Watch
On today's Vox Markets Podcast: Bill Brodie Good of Alien Metals, Joe Salomon of Oilex and Paul Hill on Stocks to Watch
Bill Brodie Good, CEO & Technical Director of Alien Metals #UFO discusses the termination of Donovan2 Earn-in agreement with Capstone Mining Corp
Alien Metals Ltd is a mining exploration and development company listed on AIM of the London Stock Exchange (LSE: UFO). The Company's focus is on precious and base metal commodities, with its operations located in proven mining jurisdictions and it has embarked upon an acquisition-led strategy headed by a high-quality geological team to build a strong portfolio of diversified assets.
Joe Salomon, Managing Director of Oilex #OEX talks about the sale and purchase agreement to acquire 100% of the Cambay Project.
Oilex’s strategy is to use its extensive technical and commercial expertise to explore, appraise and develop petroleum resources in prolific basins. Oilexs’s strategy focuses on selected ‘Super Basins’ that are open for business to junior oil and gas companies with highly supportive regulators, have a wealth of existing, high quality open file data and present multiple low cost entry opportunities in terms of production, development and exploration positions.
(Interview starts at 13 minutes 56 seconds)
Paul Hill, full time investor and equity analyst gives his view on the market stock to watch including:
Merck & Co $MRK
(Interview starts at 21 minutes 28 seconds)
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