Tommy Humphreys

Tommy Humphreys is the founder of CEO.CA, a blog about entrepreneurship, wealth and resources. You can reach him by email: [email protected]

Four reasons a buying opportunity is fast approaching in gold

Is the coffin is closing for the long-term gold bull market?

Netolitzky drills for wealth creation hat-trick in B.C.’s Golden Triangle (SKE.v)

He found his fortune in northwestern British Columbia.

Junior mining God Brent Cook was on BNN TV: Here’s what he had to say

Top picks were Pilot Gold (PLG:TSX), Mirasol Resources (MRZ:TSXV), and Reservoir Minerals (RMC:TSXV)

Franks Holmes kicks off world's first aviation ETF

Holmes says the airline industry has more growth ahead of it for several reasons, not least of which includes cheap oil prices.

Lukas Lundin goes for the gold

I interviewed mining and oil tycoon Lukas Lundin for the Financial Post’s PDAC edition which is in print today.

VIDEO: drills turning at this Lundin-backed Canadian diamond explorer

“Textbook really.”

VIDEO: Father and son team develop Mexico’s newest gold district

"It’s newness and the grade in a brand new area is what is exciting."

Meet the new CEO of mining’s first equity crowdfunding platform

In essence, we have to create things from scratch.

Fission Uranium hits a home run with maiden resource estimate: 105 million pounds out of the gate

The street was expecting 50-80 million pounds.

Two explosive uranium charts to keep an eye on

The uranium space caught some attention last week after an important vote in Japan opened the door for nuclear reactor restarts.

Kicking tires in Alaska and Yukon with mining engineer Jamie Keech

A standout among three of the best Alaska and Yukon gold juniors today.

Conditions are ripening for a rally

The damage inflicted across global markets is quite significant.

Red Eagle takes centre stage in Colorado with 52% feasibility study IRR

A small-ish company, worth about $21 million, Red Eagle has its sights set on cash flowing roughly $50 million in each of 2016 and 2017.

High expectations for the mother of all lodes in Afghanistan

$908 billion of mineral wealth.

Sandstorm Gold not ruling out acquisitions, CEO says

New board member with focus on Latin America.

New uranium explorer Roughrider prepares for market debut

Expect company to generate a fair share of attention in the junior mining community.

Junior mining specialists focus on phosphate in Northern Peru

At the conclusion of my Skype interview with Brent Cook a couple of weeks ago, he told me to reach out to the folks at Focus Ventures to learn a bit more about what they are doing at their Bayovar 12 phosphate project in Northern Peru.

Diamond top for the S&P?

Stay tuned.

Canada re-vitalises diamond exploration 25 years on

Canada’s newest diamond exploration company, Margaret Lake Diamonds Inc. commenced trading this morning on the TSX-Venture Exchange under the symbol DIA.

Peak copper

Depending on how you look at it, the copper business will either be a great place or a scary place to be in the coming years.

NexGen's potential discovery opens up the Western Athabasca Basin, CEO Leigh Curyer explains

Visible uranium was seen in the first hole drilled into the Arrow target at the Western side of NexGen's Rook 1 project, which caused shares in the junior explorer to rise over 90% Wednesday.

On an African dog and pony show with mining mogul Robert Friedland

The reality distortion field made famous by Steve Jobs’ biographer Walter Isaacson, is a personal intensity and vision so powerful it bends people to your will, convincing them of a project’s higher purpose.

Good day for Canadian gold miners in West Africa

Endeavour Mining declared commercial production at their Agbao mine in Côte d’Ivoire - the company's fourth gold mine in West Africa.

Financing window opens for quality gold juniors

Mark O’Dea’s True Gold Mining has just announced a $36.6-million bought deal financing with RBC Capital Markets of $0.40 units with a half warrant at $0.47 good for six months.

A looming global flight to quality

The emerging market contagion which began making headlines and roiling markets last week is not well understood and it is not even clear which countries are ground zero for this crisis.