Checking In with Max Porterfield of Callinex Mines
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Back in 2016, we got acquainted with Max Porterfield and his company, Callinex Mines. With the US dollar falling and commodity prices surging, we thought it would be beneficial to check in with Max for an update.
As you know, one of our primary focuses for 2018 is the falling dollar and resultant rally in commodities. Specific within the sector, metals such as zinc have already seen an incredible move to the upside. The chart below appears to show that the current rally is still going strong.
Callinex Mines seems to be uniquely positioned within the sector so it was great to hear from Max again today. Among the topics we discuss:
- how the falling dollar and surging demand are influencing all commodities
- Trump's US infrastructure plan and its impact on industrial metals
- the primary drivers of the ongoing rally in zinc prices
- why Callinex is uniquely positioned to profit from this growth
Please be certain to take a few minutes to listen to this podcast. When you're finished, perform your own due diligence and then decide whether a company such as Callinex deserves a spot in your portfolio of mining shares.
Max Porterfield has been the Chief Executive Officer and President at Callinex Mines Inc. since June 1, 2014. Prior to joining Callinex, Max had been a Senior Advisor at Terra Nova Energy Ltd. Max is an executive with over nine years of experience within natural resources and financial markets. He managed investor relations for two well-respected resource companies, Brazil Resources Inc. and Uranium Energy Corp. In addition, Max served as Vice-President of Institutional Services at U.S. Global Investors. He has been a Director at Callinex Mines Inc. since May 26, 2014. He is a graduate of Texas Tech University, with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration.
Callinex Mines trades in Toronto under the symbol "CNX" and in the U.S. under the symbol "CLLXF".
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