Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Industry Watch: Al Korelin talks with David Coffin
Welcome to Industry Watch with popular syndicated radio show host Al Korelin. In this episode, Al speaks with lead analyst from HRA Analysts (HRA), Mr. David Coffin.
David, the geology side of HRA, has been active in prospecting, resource calculation, and feasibility studies for resource companies for 29 years. He attended the Haileybury School of Mines, authored numerous qualifying reports for resource companies, and managed and designed field programs for over 15 years.
Who are these guys and how do they keep finding winner after winner before other analysts do?
The "secret" to their success is simple. Its hard work. A LOT of it. The other key to the success of HRA publications is the background of the editors, David Coffin and Eric Coffin. They are brothers, born in a mining town and raised in the industry. They have both spent decades in the resource business. This gives them a background of real practical experience that no other editors can match. Thats why they can spot winners before anyone else. They have been there and done that on both the geology and the market fronts. Theyve run exploration programs, helped form and structure companies and they know what works and what doesnt. They know everyone in the sector and can quickly check the facts and the management on new opportunities. HRA readers profit from their special insight into metals and exploration gained from over 50 years of combined experience in the resource sector. Its an unbeatable combination that delivers unbeatable returns for HRA readers. Not politics, not rumors, not regurgitated broker research just hard work, real insight and real gains.
For More information on HRA and David Coffin please visit http://www.hraadvisory.com/index.aspx.
To learn more about Al Korelin and his nationally syndicated Al Korelin Economics Report radio show please visit http://www.kereport.com
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