Charlotte McLeod

A Vancouver native, Charlotte has a BA in English and a Certificate in Editing from Simon Fraser University. She has an eye for detail and is passionate about creating and curating great content. Charlotte began working at the Investing News Network in the spring of 2012 as editorial assistant, and has been hooked on mining since then. She's now managing editor for the resource side of the site, and is always interested in hearing the latest mining news (and gossip). cmcleod@investingnewsnetwork.com

cmcleod@resourceinvestingnews.com

Articles

Silver Has “Too Many Industrial Uses” for Prices Not to Improve

Peter Megaw of MAG Silver discusses the silver price and speaks about progress at the Juanicipio property, where his company...

October 18th, 2018

Investing in ASX Mining Stocks? Get Comfortable with Optionality

Paul Hissey of RBC Capital Markets outlines the landscape down under, highlighting the importance of optionality when looking at Australian...

October 17th, 2018

Altamira Gold Reports Discovery of 2 New High-grade Structures

Altamira Gold (TSXV:ALTA) announced the discovery of two new high-grade structures with up to 1 meter at 106.31 g/t gold...

October 17th, 2018

Fortuna Silver Has “a Lot of Tolerance” for Low Prices, Says CEO

"Of course we all like higher prices," says Jorge Ganoza of Fortuna Silver Mines. "But ... we try to focus...

October 16th, 2018

Mining Industry is “Starved for Capital,” Says Franco-Nevada CEO

"We're closer to the bottom of the market" than to the top, says David Harquail, which means that Franco-Nevada is...

October 11th, 2018

Mining M&A Heats Up: Does 3 Deals Make a Trend?

Americas Silver's acquisition of Pershing Gold is the latest in a string of mergers and acquisitions in the precious metals...

October 11th, 2018

The Gold Industry’s Low-hanging Fruit is Disappearing

John McCluskey of Alamos Gold says that unlike most his company has been able to push forward with exploration and...

October 9th, 2018