Appendix A: Sources of information

Information is the most valuable asset for anyone attempting to determine the fundamental value of a project or company. For investors and management, the decision to invest in a company or project will be derived from analysis of financial and technical data. For management most information for their own project(s) will be in-house and generally not available to the public. However, large number of primary sources of information are available to the public.

Stock exchange releases

Stock exchanges throughout the world require different levels of disclosure by companies to keep the market informed. In Australia, the ASX requires the directors of companies to keep an informed market and to release market-sensitive ...

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