On September 10, 2020, Kopernik Director of Research/Analyst, Alissa Corcoran, interviewed analysts Steve Rosenthal and Taylor McKenna about how Kopernik values mining companies. Although these companies may come with a lot of baggage, we believe the upside potential more than offsets the risk. We discussed how we assess the risk, the opportunities we are seeing today, and took time to answer questions.
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