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"LLG's infill drill results highlight the continuity of mineralization within the existing resource at a consistently high grade." (10/9/14) Mason Graphite Inc. - Daniel Greenspan, Macquarie Capital Markets More >
"TEN has royalties on the northern part of the Spring Valley project, where the majority of the current resource lies." (10/1/14) Terraco Gold Corp. - The Gold Report Interview with Joe Mazumdar More >
A mining and mineral process engineer by training, Robert Cohen is vice president and portfolio manager for GCIC. His experience in the mining industry is extensive and includes work as an engineer and a corporate development adviser for an international gold mining firm. Cohen completed his Bachelor of Applied Sciences in mining and mineral process engineering at the University of British Columbia in 1992. In 1998, he received his Master of Business Administration and, in 2003, Cohen received his CFA designation.
Robert Cohen's Three Drivers for the Gold Price in 2014 (3/31/14) Like the rest of the market, Dynamic Funds is being choosy as it shifts cautiously from bullion to equities, in what Vice President and Portfolio Manager Robert Cohen describes as "baby steps." In this interview with The Gold Report, Cohen explains his method of analyzing miners and discusses companies that offer good prospects.
Miners Must Mind Their Margins: Rob Cohen (12/30/13) Mining success is not measured in ounces and dollars but instead by healthy margins, argues Robert Cohen, lead portfolio manager with Dynamic Funds. In this interview with The Gold Report, Cohen declares that investors should seek out projects that will earn profits of 20–35%, regardless of size, and takes us on an around-the-world tour of companies that hit this sweet spot.
Dynamic Funds Manager Rob Cohen Imagines a Gold-Centric World (3/18/13) Robert Cohen, lead portfolio manager with Dynamic Funds, has been kicking up dust at conferences and in board rooms with his "revolutionary and simple" idea that gold mining companies should hold gold on their balance sheets and use gold-based loans. But the idea is gaining traction and he suggests in this Gold Report interview from the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada conference that management teams and investors alike would do well to question their use of U.S. dollars as a functional currency.
"THO's Escobal is one of the best new silver mines in the world and is one of our preferred methods of getting exposure to silver." (12/30/13) Tahoe Resources Inc. - The Gold Report Interview with Robert Cohen More >