Salt Lake Potash, Iconic Labs, Chris Bailey on 3 Large Caps and John Meyer on 3 Resource Stocks

Justin Waite
Vox Markets Podcast with Justin Waite
12:18, 19th September 2019

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On today's Vox Markets Podcast: Salt Lake Potash, Iconic Labs, Chris Bailey on 3 Large Caps and John Meyer on 3 Resource Stocks

Tony Swiericzuk, Chief Executive Officer of Salt Lake Potash (SO4) FOLLOW explains the significance of producing premium grade water soluble sulphate Of potash from its Lake Way Project.

Salt Lake Potash plans to build the most sustainable, most rewarding fertiliser project in the world by developing organic Sulphate of Potash (SOP) from the Goldfields Salt Lakes which are nine lakes totalling over 3,300km² of playa surface ideal for trench extractions in Western Australia.

John Quinlan, Chief Executive Officer Iconic Labs (ICON) FOLLOW discusses their strategy and recent deals.

Iconic Labs is a multi-divisional new media and technology business positioned to deliver best-in-class consultancy, products, marketing and distribution. It is a consumer-first business that utilises data insights to exploit new trends and develop disruptive technologies with a focus on future generations. Our current focus is to expand our content platform, suite of digital brands, and technology products both organically and through acquisitions.

(Interview starts at 6 minutes 59 seconds)

Chris Bailey founder of Financial Orbit covers:



Johnson Matthey (JMAT) FOLLOW

(Interview starts at 18 minutes 36 seconds)

John Meyer, Mining analyst and partner at SP Angel talks about:

Kodal Minerals (KOD) FOLLOW

Arc Minerals (ARCM) FOLLOW

BlueJay Mining (JAY) FOLLOW

(Interview starts at 32 minutes 45 seconds)

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