3 March 2021
At the end of an unexpected year, we’re seeing an unexpected economic rebound.
Or maybe it’s not so unexpected to those in the know. Perhaps they knew opportunity was bound to come from adversity.
Like gold miners and explorers, such as industry veteran Allan Kelly from Miramar Resources, whose team is identifying and capitalising on some highly prospective opportunities while the gold price continues to perform strongly. With a bit of nickel and copper thrown in for good measure.
Kelly explains how he used his lockdown time to great advantage, scouring government websites to identify areas that were “overlooked or underdone” – and that has resulted in the recently listed company securing some exciting projects with plans to turn or churn them for HEALTHY RETURNS.
Likewise for innovative manufacturer First Graphene, which showed WA Premier Mark McGowan through it’s innovative graphene production facility in Perth’s southern suburbs recently.
As the name suggests, the company is the world’s first producer of consistent quality, high quantity graphene, a carbon-based wonder material which is 200 times stronger than steel and has a host of other properties that can make just about anything a whole lot better. Like work boots, mining wear liners and screening materials, swimming pools, concrete and oyster baskets (which are baskets that aquaculturalists grow oysters in).
It’s as if First Graphene has taken a dose of its own product, GAINING STRENGTH IN THE MARKET with a growing list of customers and R&D partners, not to mention some pretty positive share price movement over recent months.
Of course, we at The Yield aren’t the experts, which is why we describe it as an “unexpected economic rebound”. But we know a bloke that is more of an expert, so we asked him. Find out from Alto Capital’s Daniel Chiew what’s hot already and where the temperature seems to be rising as we HEAD INTO 2021.
Speaking of which, without using words like “unprecedented” or “tumultuous” to describe the year that’s almost gone, let’s just say we sincerely hope it stays firmly where it was and the new one is a whole lot happier, healthier and heralds many good things for everyone.
In other words, the team at The Yield, which is published by Spoke Corporate and supported by our mates at Automic Group, wish everyone a very happy festive season and a year ahead that brings much unprecedented and tumultuous success!