Mark Eames talk about the company’s plan to make around $140m a year after tax from its massive magnetite iron ore deposit in South Australia.
Matt Birney brings you all the latest public company news, views and CEO interviews, broken down into bite sized bits that are thought provoking and easy to understand.
Matt and Bulls N’ Bears sit at the epicentre of the small cap ASX listed company space in Perth and Western Australia.
Bulls N’ Bears covers public company news, views and CEO interviews across a number of mainstream media platforms in WA. Its financial markets followers, who come from all four corners of the globe, are looking to zero in on Western Australia’s unique international status as the most prolific developer of small capped publicly listed companies in the world.
Matt’s uncanny knack of breaking down heavy, technical, ASX announcements into easily consumable, bite-sized pieces of news and information, provides a unique perspective on the market activities of small to medium-sized publicly listed companies.
Matt’s interviewees are all ASX-listed company CEO’s running small capped public companies. They are all entrepreneurs in their own right, they all have off-the-scale levels of self belief and they are all striving to create the next billion dollar business right here in Western Australia.
Matt’s 30-year background in Kalgoorlie introduced him to the public company sector and he brings a unique, laconic Kalgoorlie tone to his news reporting on ASX-listed companies.
Kalgoorlie is a hotbed of ASX-obsessed people who consider the region to be the centre of the universe when it comes to exploration, hopefuls that are looking to make it big in the mining industry in particular.
Matt Birney is the former Leader of the Opposition in Western Australia and Member for Kalgoorlie, and in his past life he spent many years on the other side of the microphone.
The Bulls N’ Bears report is interesting, engaging and newsworthy and offers a way of consuming public company news that is quick, easy, accurate and a bit of fun.
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