NOTABLE: Mark Creasy has backed plenty of winners, and recently threw his support behind potash hopeful Goldphyre. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Potash plays take punt on product

ANALYSIS: WA potash hopefuls may have the backing of some high-profile local mining entrepreneurs, but startup costs and a worldwide product glut are major barriers. 


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Everything should be done to encourage Western Australian potash producers, in light of falling prices in other commodities across the spectrum. Considering Australia imports 100% of its potash, the dining boom needs to be encouraged through the relative close proximity of these high grade natural resources.

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Total Shareholder Return as at 29/06/18

1 year TSR5 year TSR
8thAzure Minerals1650%-24%
278thSalt Lake Potash33%77%
311thDeep Yellow25%-11%
796thAlicanto Minerals-68%-16%
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137th↑Salt Lake Potash$604k
172nd↑Kore Potash$295k
173rd↑Alicanto Minerals$292k
175th↓Azure Minerals$272k
176th↑Deep Yellow$267k
507 listed resources companies ranked by revenue.
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Remuneration from Salt Lake Potash

318thMatthew Syme$364k
392ndIan Middlemas$39k
753rdMark Pearce$22k
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