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Note from MD: Small caps to boom amid robust resources M&A market

While the market frets over stretched large cap valuations that are inflating indices, some fundies are focusing their sights on local small caps with high conviction and an outlook that their outperformance will endure.

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China iPhone ban hurts Apple stock ahead of iPhone 15 release

Tech titan, Apple, faces growing challenges as China announced it was extending bans on iPhone use last Wednesday.

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Profiling the world’s premier resources discovery company

Mine Discovery Fund Pty Ltd (MDF) is a company at the forefront of discovering Tier 1 metals deposits. Some of MDF’s expert geological advisory board are responsible for leading teams for some of the biggest discoveries in the world. The team uses AI-driven proprietary algorithms that incorporate machine learning for big data processing to identify high priority targets.

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Media rush for FXG as the Alaskan gold explorer’s first MRE approaches

In the lead up to Felix Gold’s (ASX: FXG) maiden resource declaration, the company has been getting quite a bit of media attention, and Managing Director & CEO Anthony Reilly has been doing the rounds.

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Specialist resources fundie picks WA gold project with resource upside

Every second week we invite a leading fund manager to present at The Insider: Meet the Fund Manager. In August 2023, Lion Selection Group’s (ASX: LSX) Hedley Widdup selected Great Boulder Resources Limited (ASX: GBR) as one of his favourite stocks, highlighting their ideal position and potential upside to their existing resource.

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Note from MD: China backs its property market while gold is the sleeping giant about to wake

The XJO managed to pull through August relatively well, after a month of heavy volatility left it only slightly lower than where it started. There wasn’t much movement in the index after the RBA kept the cash rate unchanged at 4.1% as was widely expected, but news out of China revealed the country’s aggressive stimulus measure to prop up their property market and we saw Chinese stocks rally.

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Global debt rising faster than GDP, gold waving hello

Ever since the official end of the gold standard in August 1971, after which US dollars could no longer be exchanged for gold, global debt has risen exponentially and has shown no sign of slowing down. 2022’s estimates stand around the US$300 trillion dollar mark, which equates to US$37,500 of debt for every person in world, compared to a GDP per capita of just US$12,500.

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China eases mortgage policies in relief for property sector

After months of speculation, China’s housing market has finally seen a series of policy changes to help relieve the country’s struggling property sector.

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‘Sweet spot’ gold and silver discovery at Far East Gold’s Woyla prospect

Far East Gold Ltd (ASX: FEG) has discovered yet another sweet spot at their flagship Woyla project, where assays released this week have once again shown a high grade gold and silver ‘sweet spot’ in the Rek Rinti prospect.

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New Zealand campaign aims to recruit U.S. workers

Living and working overseas is the dream for many young people just starting their careers.

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AI giving power to dieticians while relieving pressure from doctors

It seems that many doctors know appallingly little about diet’s vast and intricate role in human health, and it stems from a lack of basic nutritional knowledge of medical students during their training. It’s a common finding that is relatively country agnostic, and while people aspiring to be doctors desire to help patients eat well, there just isn’t room in the curriculum for a comprehensive understanding – which is where dieticians step in. Continued development in Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology will allow doctors and dieticians to work together in order to drastically improve patient care.

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Note from MD: Markets snap back after flat few weeks as August draws to a close

The XJO has continued to trade in a sideways channel, with a mixture of positive earnings numbers and U.S. banking sector weakness overnight having an impact.

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