Even though he is an expert mineral prospector for more than two decades now, Mick Shemesian is happy to defy the stereotypical image of a prospector.For instance, he doesn’t wear overalls, a big hat and a large mustache and he doesn’t use a pick on the job and carry his tools on a burro as he goes through the deep canyons of the American Southwest looking for gold. These days, in fact, mineral prospecting is a highly skilled profession, for which technology plays a very important role. Whether a mineral prospector is searching for gold, silver, oil, coal, diamonds, or some other mineral that is critical to building technologically advanced systems, they are usually involved in every step and every stage of the process, from start to finish, which means using the latest and greatest methods in aiding the search is very important.
Over the course of his long career, Mick Shemesian has developed built up a great reputation, based on his record of success as a proven prospector who is deeply involved with the identification, review, and analysis of mineral deposits allover the world. Because of the volatility of most other markets, it has become increasingly important to keep the market for minerals as stable as possible.