Resource Investors Shouldn’t Overlook These Risks with Mining Lawyer Marty Stratte

Mining Stock Education · Resource Investors Shouldn’t Overlook These Risks with Mining Lawyer Marty Stratte

Marty Stratte is a land use and environmental attorney who focuses on permitting mining projects throughout United States.  He has experience permitting open pit metallic mines with heap leach processing facilities for publicly traded mining companies.  Marty also has experience with the sale and acquisition of mining and exploration assets.  Furthermore, he is a fan of Mining Stock Education and a beginner investor in junior mining stocks.  In this episode, Marty talks through many of the permitting and land use risks that resource investors might commonly overlook or minimize.  He also shares his observation that many of the junior miners he has worked with value their companies and projects through a different lens than retail investors.  Marty can be reached on Linkedin at https://www.linkedin.com/in/martin-stratte-081a6743

0:00 Introduction

2:14 Marty’s background and expertise

5:07 Current events relevant to mineral development on public lands

10:47 It’s becoming riskier to invest in the U.S.

11:24 Marty’s observations about how retail investors value companies differently than the companies themselves

13:37 Due diligence tips

17:20 Risks of investing in California mining projects

21:35 Project specific risks to consider during due diligence

27:32 Besides the CEO, who else to speak to during due diligence?

29:35 Speculating on legal uncertainty plays

32:50 A junior miner Marty likes

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