Two investors travel the world on a dramatic quest to profit in the stock market's mining and precious metals sector.
Join Kevin Dwyer (head trader), Robynne Eaton (filmographer), and their guests, on an exciting adventure through rugged territories.
Explore international mining properties and uncover the history and present-day conditions of the mining industry.
Along the way, meet unique characters, experts and gain firsthand insights into the money-making opportunities within the mining and resources industry.
With a focus on capitalizing on the worldwide paradigm shift to a greener future and better social governance,
you will investigate gold, silver, copper, and critical element mines, discover insights leading to stock market investment decisions.
Get an exclusive look into the realities surrounding each miner's operations.
Based on these findings, the traders will make calculated decisions on whether to buy or sell the stock
of each mining company in today's volatile markets. Buy, sell, pass, and why?
MineStocker Robynne Eaton loves to get details firsthand.
With professional film production experience and an outgoing personality, Robynne brings her unbiased viewpoint.
Mines & Travel
Robynne will examine the local travel highlights while checking out the investment opportunities!
Meeting The Miners
Who are the people on-site, in the mine office as well as in town? Meet them with Robynne, see them from her eyes.
Robynne has traveled to many fantastic and exciting places for business and pleasure.
As a MineStockers, Robynne and Kevin will highlight many of the incredible places the show takes them to.
Former Bay Street trader, Kevin Dwyer, has transitioned from his role as an over-the-counter stock trader in the resource sector
to a private investor and adventurer. He now visits mining properties to gain firsthand insights.
The MineStockers believe in making informed investment decisions in the mining industry. They carefully evaluate established and up-and-coming mining stocks,
interact with local communities and base their trades on their findings.
With a wealth of experience in the great outdoors, Kevin has traveled to diverse destinations,
from the northern wilderness to the southern deserts. He is an avid sportsman, hiker, and adventurer.
Where's the Beef?
MineStocker Bali loves to get details of lunch firsthand.
Mines & Travel
Bali will examine the local food highlights while checking out local canine!
Bali Meets The Miners
Who are the people on-site, in the mine office as well as in town? Meet them with Bali, see them from her eyes.
Bali has traveled to many fantastic and exciting places for lunch and will lead the way!
The Project Mission
Our mission is to serve the global investor by providing high-quality, distinctive information that informs, educates, and entertains. In addition, we exemplify investing
in the resource sector to participate in the Green Revolution for personal profit and to benefit our Foundation.
Using donations and investment profits donated from the MineStocker show,
the MineStocker Foundation aims to offer educational scholarships to young individuals with a keen interest in geological or environmental studies.
We believe that getting our ESG proposition right is the right thing to do and will help us with higher value creation.
Like all businesses, are closely linked to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues. Despite the ESG difficulties
in operating in many developing and emerging countries, we aim to advance sustainable, fair, and diverse communities through
engaging entertainment and technology solutions. This dedication encompasses every aspect of our business, including project
development, investment management, and stakeholder engagement.
Given the pressing global challenges such as climate change, pollution, inequality, and poverty, it is more crucial than ever for responsible businesses
like ours to prioritize ESG in their operations.
Investors and the public see ESG considerations as a means of gaining a comprehensive view of the companies they invest in.
Therefore, MineStockers will assess and disclose the ESG of each business we encounter before making any investments.
Fall Of 2023
Explore the coming mining boom that's going on in one of the world's mining locations.
Future locations include Nevada, Arizona, northern Ontario, British Columbia, The Yukon, and Argentina, to name a few.
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