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Matthew Bohlsen

About Matthew Bohlsen

Matthew Bohlsen holds a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment (similar to CFA), and a Graduate Diploma in Financial Planning. He has 30 years of personal investing experience, and 18 years of professional investing experience. As a global investor he uses a macro thematic approach searching for high growth areas. Some trends he currently follows include the rising Asian middle class, electric vehicles and the lithium/cobalt/graphite/nickel/copper/vanadium miners, renewable energy, energy storage (including vanadium), personal robots, the online data boom and autonomous vehicles.

144 InvestorIntel Articles By Matthew Bohlsen

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Strong start to the year for cannabis investor Viridium Pacific Group


February 20, 2019
| February 20, 2019

It’s looking like 2019 is continuing to be the year of acquisitions with the latest news coming from Viridium Pacific […]


COBC’s Mintrax is set to document conflict free cobalt mining


February 19, 2019
| February 19, 2019

About 10% of the world’s cobalt supply is produced by artisanal miners in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Artisan […]


Goldplay’s maiden mineral resource reveals a 57% increase in contained silver equivalent at high grade


February 14, 2019
| February 14, 2019

The Egyptians were the first to produce a known currency exchange ratio, that mandated the correct ratio of gold to […]


An early stage buying opportunity and the “impending lithium boom”?


February 13, 2019
| February 13, 2019 | 3 Comments

2018 was a weird year for the electric vehicle metal miners. While we saw a massive 70% growth in electric […]


WeedMD’s rapidly growing cannabis sales expands with Shopper’s distribution deal


February 12, 2019
| February 12, 2019

Cannabis in Canada has been legal for medical use since 2001 and more recently for recreational use since October 2018. The […]


Pancontinental consolidates position as the green energy boom intensifies


February 11, 2019
| February 11, 2019

Cobalt is primarily mined as a by-product of nickel and copper and is important as a key input for most […]