Born and raised in Montreal, Canada, Vivien first became involved with the stock market in 2006, when she started working for RBC Dominion Securities, the Royal Bank of Canada’s full-service brokerage firm. It was at RBC DS that Vivien gained an understanding of commodity investing and became intrigued with how the markets move in direct correlation with the economy.
In 2007, Vivien graduated from Concordia University with a Bachelor of Arts specializing in English Literature. She later enrolled in the Writing and Communications program at Simon Fraser University. Vivien volunteered with the Investing News Network in the spring of 2010, and interned for Momentum Magazine in Vancouver. In the fall of 2010, Vivien began working for the Investing News Network in an official capacity as an assistant editor, where she is constantly learning more about the commodity markets. In the summer of 2011, Vivien was awarded a Certificate in Editing from Simon Fraser University.
Making headlines this week in tungsten was Wolf Minerals, which finalized a AU$192-million finance facility and secured an offtake agreement. With the tungsten market looking like it might be perking up, this news is a welcome step for the company.
Colt Resources (TSXV:GTP) announced the final analytical results from seven holes of ongoing infill drilling at the Tabuaçao tungsten project and one from the Tabuaçao-Aveleira gap from its Armamar-Meda concession in northern Portugal.
Happy Creek Minerals (CVE:HPY) has received the final results of a three dimensional induced polarization and magnetic geophysical survey. The survey was performed on Rateria property in Highland Valley in B.C.
Happy Creek Minerals Ltd. (TSXV: HPY) acquires and explores 100% owned mineral properties in British Columbia, Canada. The Company’s original strategy and focus is to discover new, quality economic mineral deposits that are in proximity to existing and past producing mines and resource-based infrastructure. Happy Creek’s objective is to sell these deposits, partner to develop them, or under certain conditions, carry the project to production.