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Two investors travel the world on a dramatic quest to profit in the stock market's mining and precious metals sector.

Join The Mine$tockers on an exciting adventure through rugged territories as they explore international mining properties and uncover the history and present-day conditions of the industry. Along the way, they will meet unique characters, including their furry companion, Bali The Blue Frenchie, and gain firsthand insights into the money-making opportunities within the mining and resources industry.

The Mine$tockers have a mission to turn $100,000 into $1,000,000 for their non-profit organization dedicated to supporting underserved Indigenous communities. With a focus on capitalizing on the worldwide paradigm shift to a greener future and better social governance with the Indigenous, the team will investigate gold, silver, copper, and critical element mines, revealing their findings and insights on resulting stock market investment decisions.

Led by former New York and Toronto Stock Exchange professional trader Kevin Dwyer (The Stock Guy) and entrepreneurial filmmaker Robynne Eaton (The Girl), The Mine$tockers will provide audiences with an exclusive look into the realities surrounding each miner's operations. Based on their findings, the team 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?

Audiences will enjoy a global adventure filled with the natural beauty of our planet, hear secrets and stories from mining characters, visit old ghost towns, pop into saloons full of "Bar Dogs," and see surprising tourist and historical-related sites. Unbeknownst to the audience, The Mine$tockers have a few secrets that will reveal themselves throughout their journey and in the final season episode.

Through their exciting journey, The Mine$tockers will uncover the latest developments in the mining industry. Will they be able to turn their initial investment into $1,000,000? Tune in to find out.

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Robynne Eaton
Robynne Eaton the minestocker

Kevin Dwyer
Kevin Dwyer the minestocker

Bali(Blue Frenchie)
Bali the minestocker

Mine$tockers Mission

The Show Mission

Our mission is to serve a global audience by providing high-quality, distinctive programming 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 charitable Foundation.

The Foundation Mission

Using investment profits donated from the show, the Foundation will provide educational scholarships to youth interested in environmental studies, with particular attention to indigenous youth.

Mine$tockers ESG

We believe that getting our ESG proposition right is the right thing to do and will help us with higher value creation.

The Challenge and Essence of the Show

The Mine$tockers, 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.

Pilot Filming Spring Of 2023

The pilot episode is filming in the spring of 2023. We will examine the mining boom that's going on in one of the worlds mining locations. The Mine$tockers will then travel to other mining locations around the globe. Future locations include, Nevada, Arizona, northern Ontario, British Columbia, The Yukon and Argentina, to name a few.

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Investment Disclosure

The content provided on this website and in MineStockers episodes is for informational purposes only and should not be considered as an offer, solicitation, recommendation, or determination by MineStockers Inc. for the sale of any financial product or service or the suitability of an investment strategy for any investor.

Investors are advised to consult a financial professional to determine the appropriateness of an investment strategy based on their objectives, financial situation, investment horizon, and individual needs. This information is not intended to serve as financial, tax, legal, accounting, or other professional advice, as such advice should always be tailored to individual circumstances.

The products discussed herein are not insured by any government agency and carry risks, including the potential loss of the principal amount invested. Any information provided is based on both internal and external sources and should not be construed as an endorsement or conclusion regarding a company's financial prospects, resources, or management. Opinions expressed may change and should not be relied upon. It is crucial to seek personalized investment advice for your unique situation.

Natural resources investments are generally volatile, with higher headline risk than other sectors. They tend to be more sensitive to economic data, political and regulatory events, and underlying commodity prices. The prices of natural resources investments are influenced by factors such as the costs of underlying commodities like oil, gas, metals, and coal. These investments may trade on various exchanges and experience price fluctuations due to short-term demand, supply, and investment flows.

Natural resource investments often respond more sensitively to global events and economic data, including natural disasters, political turmoil, pandemics, or the release of employment data.

Investing in foreign markets may carry greater risks than domestic markets, including political, currency, economic, and market risks. It is essential to evaluate if trading in low-priced and international securities is appropriate for your circumstances and financial resources. Past performance does not guarantee future results.

MineStockers Inc., its affiliates, family, friends, employees, associates, and others may hold positions in the securities it covers. Some of the companies covered may be paying clients of the production.

No investment process is risk-free, and profitability is not guaranteed; investors may lose their entire investment. No investment strategy or risk management technique can guarantee returns or eliminate risk in any market environment. Diversification does not ensure a profit or protect against loss. Investing in foreign securities involves risks not associated with domestic investments, such as currency fluctuations, political and economic instability, and differing accounting standards, potentially leading to greater share price volatility. The prices of small- and mid-cap company stocks generally experience higher volatility than large-company stocks and may involve higher risks. Smaller companies may lack the management expertise, financial resources, product diversification, and competitive strengths needed to withstand adverse economic conditions.


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