Fairmont Hotel gadfly and resource exploring ‘man about town’ Jared Lazerson, otherwise known as the CEO of MGX Minerals (MXG.C), put out a hasty news release this afternoon suggesting news of his termination had been greatly exaggerated.
“California is North America’s largest beverage market. Plus it’s the continent’s largest cannabis market,” says Jeff Maser, founder and CEO of The Tinley Beverage Company (TNY.C).
On August 1st, Great Bear Resources (GBR.V) drilled a respectable 16 meter width of 5.6 grams per ton of gold at their Dixie property in Red Lake, Ontario, and the market yawned.
Waste baskets in Moms’ basements everywhere filled up this morning with blog post drafts from yesterday night. We were all looking at a screen full of red, wondering whether or not to come in the next day, trying to figure out which way was up, and ready to file drafts about plagues of locusts and the sun turning black. By the time the market opened today, the question had become whether or not anyone could come up with a good, theoretical reason to ever stop building this tower of Babel, and we had all started writing drafts wondering out loud if this market will triple or quadruple in six months. It’s been quite a ride, and here’s how it went.
Golden Oldies: Aben (ABN.V) and Golden Ridge (GLDN.V) are getting ready to play a real crowd pleaser
As ice melts from the mountaintops in Northern BC, the market can count on a small army of geologists, drillers, engineers and promoters to warm up the helicopters and head off into the mountains to go and get something to keep assay labs and market blogers busy until Christmas.
“I love it when a plan comes together!” Equity Guru Client CROP Infrastructure Corp. announced this morning that the first harvest has begun at their California 1 property in Humboldt County, CA. The 10,000 square foot greenhouse at the property is the site of medical cannabis operations by CROP’s tenant, who are apparently very excited about the potential for this first go around as it goes in to the drier.
Sokoman Iron Corp. spent most of the year trading between $0.025 and $0.05 cents. One of hundreds of dozens of penny dreadful Vancouver mining companies that nobody had ever heard of.