Sector Expert: Peter Epstein

Epstein Research

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Peter Epstein is the founder of Epstein Research. His background is in company and financial analysis. He holds an MBA degree in financial analysis from New York University's Stern School of Business.



Recent Interviews

Noble Mineral Exploration: 'Multiple Ways to Win' (2/16/19)
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Sector expert Peter Epstein explores the assets of a discovery play he believes holds high potential for investors.

Skyharbour Resources: In the Right Place at the Right Time? (2/14/19)
Skyharbour Project Map

Sector expert Peter Epstein describes how the confluence of changing conditions in the uranium market and promising company assets could make this player in the Athabasca Basin an attractive investment opportunity.

Delrey Metals: Safe Canadian Vanadium Explorer with Multiple Projects (2/5/19)
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Peter Epstein of Epstein Research profiles this company with strategic energy metals properties in Canada.

Recent Quotes

"CYP's drill results demonstrated good continuity across a large area."

— Peter Epstein, Epstein Research (4/17/18)
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"PGLC is expected to begin production later this year."

— Peter Epstein, Seeking Alpha (2/6/15)
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"PGLC's equity raise leaves it close to fully funded to production."

— Peter Epstein, Seeking Alpha (10/21/14)
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"News that ARY's acquiring the licensed and permitted Shootaring uranium mill is a game-changer."

The Energy Report Interview with Peter Epstein (8/18/14)
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"If ARW hits at Kerrobert, the stock could double or triple."

The Energy Report Interview with Peter Epstein (8/14/14)
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"PGLC remains on track for first production next year."

— Peter Epstein, Seeking Alpha (7/14/14)
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"New and existing TRCH investors now have a buying opportunity."

— Peter Epstein, Seeking Alpha (6/10/14)
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"PGLC appears to be comfortably funded for the next six to nine months."

— Peter Epstein, Seeking Alpha (8/16/13)
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