Sector Expert: Rob Chang

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Rob Chang is former Senior Analyst and Head of Metals and Mining for Cantor Fitzgerald Canada. Prior to Cantor, Chang served on the equity research teams at Versant Partners, Octagon Capital and BMO Capital Markets. He completed his Master of Business Administration from the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management.



Recent Interviews

Gear Up for a Violent Uranium Price Spike: Cantor Fitzgerald's Rob Chang (12/22/15)
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The price of uranium is still in the doldrums, but that will change soon—and violently, says Rob Chang of Cantor Fitzgerald Canada. In this interview with The Energy Report, he explains that electric utilities will begin to run short of fuel even before 2020, when 33 additional reactors are expected to come on line. With that in mind, Chang predicts that prices could triple in the next few years, and highlights a half-dozen equities that will likely supply the increased demand and thereby deliver multiples to investors.

Cantor Fitzgerald's Rob Chang Names Four Miners that Can Survive $1,050 Gold and $15 Silver (12/21/15)
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The price of gold has see-sawed since the Federal Reserve raised interest rates on Dec. 16, and market experts debate if the action is good or bad for gold. Rob Chang of Cantor Fitzgerald Canada believes that after the small rate hike doomsayers are overstating their case and that gold should sell in 2016 for about $100/oz more than today. In this interview with The Gold Report, he argues that in today's climate cash costs below $1,000/oz are the bare minimum requirement for survival. Happily, Chang highlights three gold producers and one silver producer that have what it takes.

Uranium Got You Down? Better Days Are Ahead: Cantor Fitzgerald Canada's Rob Chang (6/9/15)
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Uranium's price has been low and stagnant for years, but that's going to change, says Rob Chang of Cantor Fitzgerald Canada. Chang foresees volatility as the 2020 uranium deficit draws closer and demand for the limited stockpile drives the price up. In this interview with The Energy Report, the analyst points out that investors can find bargains throughout the space, and describes a handful of companies he considers particularly interesting.

Recent Quotes

"PGLC completing the equity raise removes the overhang on the stock."

— Rob Chang, Cantor Fitzgerald (12/20/17)
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"Final results at NXE's Rook 1 point to the quality of the project."

— Rob Chang, Cantor Fitzgerald (11/30/17)
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"NXE continues to be extremely well funded with cash on hand of about $190M."

— Rob Chang, Cantor Fitzgerald (10/26/17)
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"The total composite mineralization from FCU's drill hole PLS17-564 represents the widest total composite mineralization drilled to date, outside of the Triple R deposit."

— Rob Chang, Cantor Fitzgerald (10/26/17)
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"We are maintaining a Buy recommendation for EFR."

— Rob Chang, Cantor Fitzgerald (10/26/17)
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"The single most important event for SEA over the coming months will be to partner-up with a large-tier, or consortium of large-tier miners and/or off-takers."

— Rob Chang, Cantor Fitzgerald (10/26/17)
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"We are maintaining a BUY recommendation and our target price of US$4.25per share for PGLC."

— Rob Chang, Cantor Fitzgerald (10/26/17)
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"Sixteen holes from NXE's Rook I reported significant radioactivity."

— Rob Chang, Cantor Fitzgerald (10/18/17)
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"FCU's PLS17-566 encountered 95m of total composite mineralization."

— Rob Chang, Cantor Fitzgerald (10/10/17)
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"NXE provided positive infill and stepout drill results from Rook I."

— Rob Chang, Cantor Fitzgerald (10/2/17)
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