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Sunrise Resources

Another look at a company mining pozzolan and perlite – constituents for ‘green concrete’ – that also has interests in gold, silver and other minerals

Client: Total Market Solutions

Angus Energy

The outlook for a company on the cusp of first gas at Saltfleetby and weighing a proposed takeover by a fellow gas development enterprise

Client: Total Market Solutions

Polymetal International

How the war in Ukraine is affecting the prospects for a long-time investor favourite with a portfolio of gold mines in Russia and Kazakhstan

Client: Total Market Solutions

AMTE Power

A developer and manufacturer of next generation lithium-ion and sodium-ion battery cells seeking to position itself in the green transition space

Client: Total Market Solutions

Electric Guitar

An update on a SPAC looking out for ambitious enterprises with the imagination to take advantage of a fast changing digital marketing sector

Client: Total Market Solutions

Pineapple Power Corporation

The prospects for a SPAC – an enterprise that goes public with cash and the aspiration to acquire a private company – seeking clean energy opportunities

Client: Total Market Solutions

Making the case for long-term value investing — again

A new book by Jim Cullen, founder of New York-based Schafer Cullen Capital Management, restates the case for classic value investment principles

Share Power: a manifesto for giving control back to private investors

A new book by MoneyWeek editor Merryn Somerset Webb argues we can assert agency over companies through truly representative share ownership

Ending Fossil Fuels: Why Net Zero is Not Enough

A new book by Holly Jean Buck exposes the common assumption that a commitment to net zero implies a commitment to end the fossil fuel industry. Is another way possible?