Fresh Equities

Kevin Xu

9 articles

Operations Team, Fresh Equities

A Quarterly Cashflow Report (officially known as Appendix 4C or 5B) is a quarterly reporting requirement for some ASX listed entities designed provide investors with additional information around whether these entities are meeting their operating objectives.
Companies typically raise capital from investors for 3 primary purposes: growth, sustaining operations, and re-balancing the capital mix.
A capital raise is when companies approach investors to provide additional capital to the business in the form of either debt or equity.
When looking at a resource company investors should take note of what stage of development their projects are at. Each stage suggests a different level of risk, required funding and future action.
A summary of the types of mines and their phases of development
An introduction to the mineral groups and their members
A introduction to the five most common drilling methods
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