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Learning from those with experience in small companies, speculation, resources and markets.

Learning from those with experience in small companies, speculation, resources and markets.
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Learning from those with experience in small companies, speculation, resources and markets.




012: Understanding your relationship with money and investing with conviction

In this episode we talk with Ivan Tanner who is a private investor predominately in small cap ASX companies. Ivan takes a high conviction approach building a substantial stake in a company once he has done his requisite diligence and research. We talk about the psychology of money, understanding what your own unique approach is, advantages of running a small account balance and some of his techniques to asses company management teams. The books Ivan mentions in the show...


011: Recap and review of episodes one to ten.

We are ten episodes in and hope you have enjoyed listening to the content as much as we have recording them. In this episode Sam and Joel briefly recap the episodes so far and key themes. We also put out the call, what do you want to hear more of. Let us know via social media, email, or whatever works best for you. Do you want more trader talk, more corporate finance folk, more technical information, or something else? We need your help to know what you like most so we can produce more of...


010: Turning a small cap into a large cap.

In this episode we speak with Ray Shorrocks about what needs to happen for a small cap, to effectively grow into a large cap. He explains the importance of board and management composition, the skill sets and succession planning required as well as the industry, specialist and shareholder support needed as a company grows. Ray has been a part of the management team of several companies who recently made the shift from small caps to $200m+ in market capitalisation.


009: Red River reborn, turning a shell into a producing company.

In this episode with talk with Paul Hart from Canary Capital. Paul talks about his involvement recapitalising a $500 000 shell company, securing a project turning it into a $200m+ market cap producing company. We also talk about some of the investment areas he is looking at currently. Read more about the Red River Resources story at the canary website or you can contact Paul or the team .


008: Identifying themes, doing your own research and technical analysis with Alan Edmunds (Part 2)

This is part two of a conversation with Alan Edmunds. Make sure to check back and listen to episode #007 first. Alan is a small cap market speculator, routinely trading small market cap companies on the ASX. In the discussion explore ways to screen sectors and themes to help narrow down an investment universe. How speculators can do their own investment and market research and the use to technical indicators to assist with trading. Alan's website has a discussion forum as well as his...


007: Cutting the emotion, talking market speculation with Alan Edmunds (Part 1)

This is the first half of a long conversation we had with Alan Edmunds from Alan is a small cap market speculator, routinely trading small market cap companies on the ASX. Alan recently turned a $1m account into over $2.5m in under 12 months. In the discussion we cover many topics including sector analysis, combining technical analysis with fundamentals, how to scale in and out, interaction with management, how to hold onto a stock as it puts on multibags and when to take...


006: Jonathon Feil discusses early identification of themes, sectors and companies

We discuss with Jonathon discusses importance and challenges identifying themes and companies. What stages happen before a company is listed on the ASX, the role of corporate advisers and the current state of the market.


005: Faheem from 952i Capital talks short term investing and trading

In this episode we talk with Faheem from 952i Capital. He talks about how he started in the market, pitfalls to watch out for. How to identify potential ten baggers in industrial, resources and other sectors and being aware of who is backing a company. Faheem is on twitter at @F952i and generously provided a summary as well as additional information after the interview including his tips and book suggestions.


004: Trading Halt! Talking capital raises with Ben Williamson

Most small and growth companies will require additional capital as they grow their business on the hopeful path to a ten bagger. In this episode we sit down with Ben Williamson from Fresh Equities to talk the ins and outs of how companies raise capital when listed on the ASX. What is a placement, rights issue or share purchase plan. How do companies decide the price of the raise and what happens behind the scenes. You can contact Ben via


003: Adrian Byass talks project identification, JORC and drilling

This episode we talk with Adrian Byass. We discuss identifying projects that are worthwhile even if they have been looked over before. The background and reasons for JORC reporting (you can read more on the website) We also cover what needs to be considered when valuing a mineral resource and the types and costs of drilling.


002: Interview with Warwick Grigor

In this discussion with Warwick Grigor we talk about his background, experience working in a number of different companies and directorships of listed resources companies. Warwick explains what things have changed in the market over time and some of the things which always seem to stay the same. You can find out more or contact Warwick via his website:


001: Introduction - Trawling for Ten Baggers

In this introductory episode Sam and Joel introduce themselves, discuss their backgrounds and what they hope to do in future podcast episodes. We would love any feedback. Please get in touch with us on twitter @Trawlingfor10x or email Some of the other finance Podcasts we like and mention in the episode.