This morning Galaxy Resources Ltd [ASX:GXY] held an investor conference call at 11:00am AEST to discuss its quarterly results, which will be released Thursday, 18 April 2019.
At the time of writing shares of Galaxy are trading at $1.85, down slightly by 2.6%.
Galaxy Resources’ share price has recently traded with volatility, most likely on account of the lithium miner’s price sensitive announcements over the last six months.
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Galaxy Resources’ share price set to edge higher?
While there’s no sure way to tell whether a stock will trade higher or lower, we can look at the things a company is doing to maintain further growth…
Even if that means spending money on upstart fundamentals.
Most recently, Galaxy appointed Mr Simon Hay as the company’s Chief Executive Officer, effective 1 July 2019.
In a media release earlier this month, Galaxy Chairman Martin Rowley said:
‘Simon has the ideal blend of skills and experience in operational, development and marketing roles to be able to lead Galaxy through its next phase of growth.’
Mr Rowley said Mr Hay’s recent project success in Sri Lanka and Sierra Leone gave him confidence that he was the best suited to drive Galaxy’s growth plans in its two world class international assets at Sal De Vida in Argentina and James Bay in Canada.
Elsewhere, Galaxy finalises ESIA and PDA with Green Nation at James Bay project, as well as receiving funds for its POSCO final settlement.
Galaxy Resources’ future position remains crucial
Whether Galaxy Resources’ share price will climb higher or not in the future has a bearing on what the company is doing now.
To start with, Galaxy has both an established and profitable operation at Mt Cattin. Its balance sheet is performing well with no debt and cash equalling to US$41 million.
This is setting a healthy platform for investors as it enters into further growth stages — which could end up impacting Galaxy Resources’ share price positively.
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