Toronto, Ontario--(Newsfile Corp. - March 21, 2013) - Today Smallcappower.com is pleased to feature an exclusive video interview with Thom Calandra. Mr. Calandra co-founded CBS MarketWatch and FT MarketWatch and launched Ticker Trax in Canada. His reviews of natural resource companies and onsite visits to Colombia, Ghana, Cambodia, Mexico and Canada are well regarded by industry professionals and investors alike.
Mark Thorburn of SmallCapPower.com interviewed Mr. Calandra during the Prospectors and Developers Association Conference in Toronto and sought his outlook on junior markets and some of his top picks. In this interview Mr. Calandra discusses several companies that he owns including Colt Resources (TSXV: GTP) and Solvista Gold Corporation (TSXV: SVV) among others.
To watch the full interview please visit: http://www.smallcappower.com/investing-123/videos/thom-calendra-expert-video-interview-founding-editor-and-chief-columnist-of-cbs-marketwatch-2013
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