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New Subscription Model & Why Our Data Matters

New Subscription Model & Why Our Data Matters


Dear 3,000+ Oreninc Data Subscribers, We are proud to say that we are ending the beta testing period of our free Sector Pulse Reports and Broker Tear Sheets. We have valued...
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Oreninc & Aston Bay in the Calandra Report

Oreninc & Aston Bay in the Calandra Report

In the most recent Calandra Report, Thom Calandra uses quotes from Oreninc MD & Aston Bay CEO Benjamin Cox, and features Oreninc data. The Calandra Report is a regularly-published article on topics relating to the mining and metals industry. You can subscribe here. The following article is reproduced here with permission.

An Afghan name Malik: And Barkerville, Aston Bay, Oreninc, Colt, Redstar, Avanti

October 29, 2013

TIBURON, California -- I met Benjamin Cox a few weeks ago. In Toronto. He has opinions, fortified by numbers.

I remember when we were MarketWatch and CBS MarketWatch, and I helped come up with the slogan, The Story Behind The Numbers.

In resources, that translates: The Numbers Having Buried The Story, This Company Is Shtupped.

Benjamin is from Oregon. His Oreninc is homegrown and operates from Vancouver, Washington, USA. He tells me it is difficult for most of us to track what can be 1,500 or more raises, or financings, for mining equities each year -- Canada we are talking.

http://oreninc.com/about-us is the home.

Benjamin and his team are English majors, French majors, psychology majors ... and your smattering of CFAs, law degrees and MBAs. Portland State, Lewis & Clark, Harvard, U. of Portland. Their data are quite easy to scan. 

The Oreninc team also have hands in a metal company or two up Nunavut way. Aston Bay Holdings, copper and zinc up north, is one. (BAY in Canada -- tightly held, toit share structure, like Mick Jagger)

Oreninc has data flushes that tell investors who the good guys are in Canada mining financings ... and who the bad guys are.

The analytics firm also does video, some contextual analysis in short reports, for instance, Rio Tinto's bottom shelf sale of property to Shanxi Donghui in China recently.

 

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Benjamin Cox on New York Markets Live

Benjamin Cox on New York Markets Live

On Friday, October 4th at 12:00 p.m. PST/3:00 p.m. ET, Oreninc MD Benjamin Cox will be on the segment Gold and Silver Mining Stocks on New York Markets Live with Miguel...
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Oreninc Taps Cordatum to Sell Research

Oreninc Taps Cordatum to Sell Research

Cordatum Associates, a London-based consultancy firm, will be a global sales agent for Oreninc’s unrivaled research and data on financings in the Canadian natural resources sector. Further to the deal with...
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Oreninc at PDAC: Mineral explorers brace for shakeout as capital vanishes

Oreninc at PDAC: Mineral explorers brace for shakeout as capital vanishes

This year's PDAC saw a plethora of exploration-stage mining companies, but prospects for the year ahead suggest a "purge" of these companies due to vanishing capital. Hundreds of them came to seek financing, but found there was less cash and more competition. Oreninc, described as "a firm that tracks financing activity in the sector", is a source in this Thomson Reuters article from its Mining PDAC report, Survival of the Fittest.

 

Full article reproduced below with permission from Thomson Reuters' correspondent Euan Rocha. See the original article here (page two). 

By Euan Rocha

Toronto, March 6, 2013

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Oreninc Featured in Reuters

Oreninc Featured in Reuters

The Canadian junior mining industry has been struggling over the past year, but Reuters’ Euan Rocha reports a “brighter macroeconomic outlook” for Canadian miners and explorers. Rocha features information from the Oreninc Deal Log in his analysis of the state of the industry. The following is a reproduction of the Rocha’s article; the original can be seen here.

Analysis: Canadian miners see signs of thaw in equity financings

By Euan Rocha
TORONTO I Thu Oct 4, 2012 12:31pm EDT

A sudden squall of equity deals arranged for Canadian junior miners signals a potential thaw in a year-long freeze on new financings that has held back the pace of mining exploration.

Over the past year, the flow of bought deals - a type of equity financing commonly used by early-stage miners in Canada - slowed to a crawl as the euro zone debt crisis and a pullback in emerging economies fueled market uncertainty.

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Advanced Explorations Releases First Feasibility Study

Advanced Explorations Releases First Feasibility Study

Advanced Explorations Inc. (AEI), a partner of Roche Bay plc, delivered the first feasibility study on the Roche Bay Magnetite Project on Friday. As the CEO of Roche Bay, I have spent 12 years of my life working on the Roche Bay Project. What follows is a commentary on the significance of the feasibility study, but keep in mind I have a biased point of view. Roche Bay and Oreninc are both actively involved in this project, so we urge you to verify the information and ideas I present here and form your own opinions.

Over the last few months, it seems as though very little of the news coming from junior companies has been viewed favourably by the general market, as evidenced by AEI’s share price crash. Overall, the natural resource capital market is at its lowest point in recent history. Unless a project delivers credit card-level IRR’s and a Capex that can also be financed on a charge card, there seems to be little demand for shares on the TSX-V.

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