Sector Expert: Geordie Mark

Haywood Securities

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Geordie Mark is the head of mining research at Haywood Securities. He was previously an analyst with Passport Capital. In an earlier period he was vice president of exploration for Cash Minerals. Prior to joining the exploration industry full-time, he lectured in economic geology at Monash University, Australia, and served as an industry consultant. He holds a Ph.D. in geology from James Cook University.

Recent Interviews

With Gold Looking Up, Haywood's Geordie Mark Offers Two Names for Now, Two for Later (2/11/16)
Gold in Non-Dollar Currencies

Geordie Mark, head of mining research with Haywood Securities, sees opportunity in both development-stage and producing precious metals equities, especially those domiciled in countries like Canada and Australia, where the currency has depreciated considerably against the U.S. dollar. For development-stage companies, Mark says it's all about visible time frames, good margins and a modest capex. And for producers it's all about recent performance. In this interview with The Gold Report, Mark recommends two names in each category and tells investors to stay firm on quality, margin and performance.

Geordie Mark Focuses on Miners Making Money at $1,200/oz Gold (6/18/15)
Dollar with hard hat

Gold producers certainly needed a break, and now they have two, reports Haywood Securities Mining Analyst Geordie Mark. Much lower energy costs and the strength of the U.S. dollar mean that producers can and do make money at $1,200 per ounce gold. In this interview with The Gold Report, Mark touts the virtues of three multi-mine producers that have exploited their free cash flow to expand their operations and make prudent acquisitions. And he highlights two near-term producers in Africa that should soon produce good margins and reward shareholders.

Benjamin Asuncion and Geordie Mark: Six Gold and Silver Leaders at Today's Prices (2/24/14)

gold and silverBenjamin Asuncion and Geordie Mark of Haywood Securities forecast 2014 gold and silver prices of $1,300/ounce and $21.50/ounce, respectively. In this interview with The Gold Report, they argue that the gold and silver companies that will thrive in 2014 will be those blessed with prudent but aggressive management that can post good margins at today's prices. And they suggest a half-dozen gold and silver miners poised to do just that.

Recent Quotes

"LGD added ~1.07 Moz Au and ~670 Mlb to the KCD deposit at TV Tower."

— Geordie Mark, Haywood Securities (4/6/21)
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"LGD's M and Rangefront hit shallow zones of oxide mineralization."

— Geordie Mark, Haywood Securities (3/24/21)
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"LGD was granted an amendment to the plan of operations at Black Pine."

— Geordie Mark, Haywood Securities (2/18/21)
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"Drill results reiterate favorable metallurgy at LGD's Black Pine."

— Geordie Mark, Haywood Securities (1/13/21)
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"LGD has been one of the better performing developers, up ~54% YTD."

— Geordie Mark, Haywood Securities (12/2/20)
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"LGD's D-3 keeps unveiling an expanding footprint of stacked system(s)."

— Geordie Mark, Haywood Securities (11/11/20)
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"The footprint of the system(s) at LGD's Black Pine is ever expanding."

— Geordie Mark, Haywood Securities (9/29/20)
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"Drilling at LGD's D-3 strongly supports further resource expansion."

— Geordie Mark, Haywood Securities (7/14/20)
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