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Investor Paul Johnson expecting fireworks in the resources space

Investor Paul Johnson caught up with Proactive's Andrew Scott to chat through where he's seeing opportunities and value in fintech and mining.

''The resources space has never really fired-up over the last few years - it's one of the few spaces across the world where we are undervalued'', Johnson says.

''The resources space is chronically undervalued … we're going to see some fireworks. I suspect December is going to be exciting, I think next week is going to be stunning for a lot of companies''.

''Next year is going to be fantastic and you guys are going to have companies coming in with big smiles on their faces because their share prices are going to be so much higher''.

To hear Paul speak on a particular company check out the times below:

00:41 - Kryptonite 1 Plc (NEX:KR1)
00:56 - Coinsilium Ltd (LON:COIN)
01:37 - Lionsgold Ltd (LON:LION)
04:10 - Thor Mining PLC (LON:THR)
08:49 - MetalNRG Plc (NEX:MNRG)
12:21 - Metal Tiger Plc (LON:MTR)
15:08 - Connemara Mining Plc (LON:CON)
17:56 - Papua Mining PLC (LON:PML)
18:41 - Spitfire Oil (LON:SRO)
19:50 - ECR Minerals PLC (LON:ECR)
20:13 - Red Emperor Resources (LON:RMP, ASX:RMP)

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