Sector Expert: Colin Healey

Haywood Securities

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Colin Healey joined Haywood in 2008 as a mining associate focusing on the uranium, iron ore and coal sectors. Immediately prior to his arrival at Haywood, Healey worked at a major Canadian bank as an analyst structuring debt financing across a wide variety of industries. Prior to joining the finance industry seven years ago, he worked for eight years as quality manager in an ISO 17025-accredited laboratory that performed extensive assay and analysis work for major mining and precious metals refining companies. He holds a Master of Business Administration from the Schulich School of Business at York University, majoring in finance and investments, as well as a Bachelor of Commerce degree majoring in computer information systems and a technical diploma in mechanical engineering.



Recent Interviews

Colin Healey: Suppressed Uranium Price Shouldn't Keep Hedged Producers and Promising Explorers Down (11/4/14)
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Near-term oversupply is suppressing uranium prices but there are signs of upside movement, says Colin Healey, research analyst with Haywood Securities. In this interview with The Mining Report, he notes that non-discretionary buying in the uranium spot market returned in Q3/14 after a lengthy absence and that the 71 reactors being built around the world should support Haywood's long-term $75/lb uranium forecast. Healey also discusses companies suited to perform in the current market and beyond.

Colin Healey: Will Mining Stocks Follow Iron Ore's Price Climb? (2/19/13)

Last year's drop in iron ore prices made for a once-bitten, twice-shy market, but Colin Healey of Haywood Securities now sees upside opportunity in junior developers. But there's a catch: Iron ore projects often have big price tags, and investors need to be confident that a company can cover its costs. In this interview with The Metals Report, Healey discusses junior developers that look fit to reach the finish line and explains why partnerships are not financial cure-alls in the space.

Colin Healey: Which Uranium Stocks Will Rise on a Supply Shortfall? (2/14/13)

With energy demand looking up in China and Japan, both coal and uranium are likely to experience an uptick. But which producers will move with prices? Colin Healey of Haywood Securities weighs in on some names that are leveraged to spot prices in this interview with The Energy Report, explaining why it's time for investors to get excited again.

Recent Quotes

"We are initiating coverage on AZZ with a Buy rating."

— Colin Healey, Haywood Securities (6/24/19)
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"EFR is producing a high-purity vanadium product at 175ľ200 Klb/month."

— Colin Healey, Haywood Securities (2/13/19)
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"EFR stands to benefit from the DOC investigating uranium imports."

— Colin Healey, Haywood Securities (7/19/18)
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"AZZ's Dewey Burdock should deliver stock-catalyzing news in 2018."

— Colin Healey, Haywood Securities (7/18/18)
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"KBLT signed a deal to acquire a cobalt-nickel stream for $113M."

— Colin Healey, Haywood Securities (5/23/18)
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"KBLT acquired two royalty agreements on projects for $4.5M."

— Colin Healey, Haywood Securities (5/7/18)
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"The 1.75% NSR royalty acquisition is a positive development for KBLT."

— Colin Healey, Haywood Securities (2/23/18)
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"KBLT's $80.5M financing sets the stage for a streaming transaction."

— Colin Healey, Haywood Securities (12/19/17)
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