There are a lot of eyes watching gold right now. A universe of traders—fundamental, technical and the like—are watching the malleable metal for any sign of strength.
Junior exploration companies—ExplorerCos, if you will—are high-risk propositions. It can take up to 1,000 grassroots projects to generate 100 targets worthy of a probe with the drill bit. Of those, perhaps five or ten will evolve into development projects. And of that small group, only one will become an actual (profitable) mine.
The Green Revolution – a handful of undervalued Green Metal ExplorerCos for your consideration (CBK.C, DEFN.V, CEY.V, ROCK.V)
The Green Movement, a push that is gaining momentum around the globe spurred by zero-carbon climate warriors like Greta Thunberg, is all about meeting power demands through clean, renewable, and zero-emission energy sources.
A couple weeks back we took a look at some of the more prospective (and active) exploration plays in Ontario and Quebec, particularly those along the prolific Abitibi Greenstone Belt.
Falcon Gold (FG.V), a company we featured in some detail a few months back, has been busy positioning itself in a region known as the High-Grade Gold Capital of the World—the Red Lake Mining Camp of Ontario.
Ontario-Quebec ExplorerCos poised for potentially significant gains as the correction in gold matures
At the beginning of this year, and several times since, we covered numerous exploration plays on both sides of the Ontario-Quebec border—ExplorerCos kicking rocks and probing the subsurface of prolific geological settings like the Abitibi Greenstone Belt.
Last month, the International Copper Study Group stated that copper demand has exceeded supply by 155,000 metric tons in the first four months of this year.
Rockridge Resources (ROCK.V) is likely champing at the bit, anxious to mobilize another drill rig to its vastly underexplored Knife Lake project in mining-friendly Saskatchewan.
Rockridge Resources (ROCK.V) tables first resource at Knife Lake, prepping to hit the ground running
Rockridge Resources (ROCK.V) just announced its inaugural NI 43-101 compliant resource estimate for the high-grade Knife Lake copper-zinc-silver-cobalt deposit in Saskatchewan.