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.
In 2015, when we started this outfit, our business model was to steer clear of conventional wisdom and the same old pubco marketing techniques, and instead focus on rich niches.
Nano One Materials (NNO.V) has received a notice of allowance for its tenth patent. The new patent covers innovative tech that improves Nano One’s methods of making lithium-ion cathode materials—the stuff that makes rechargeable batteries into rechargeable batteries.
Canada Cobalt Works (CCW.V) dropped significant news on November 2nd. With barely 45 minutes remaining in the trading day, the stock broke out of its short-term holding pattern and went on a late session tear.
Canada Cobalt Works (CCW.V) released news midway through the trading session on October 24th. It wasn’t what many in the market were expecting.
There’s been some rather large talk around some of the more active online forums regarding junior mining stocks in recent weeks. It’s created a dark pall over much of the sector. Most of it hangs over the Golden Triangle based companies where delays in the release of assays results can only mean one thing: Bad News.
The resource markets used to be more predictable. Seasonal cycles used to hold more sway. Time was, in the junior exploration sector anyway, when the dog days of summer gave way to the cool breezes of autumn, resource stocks firmed up. It was like clockwork – holidaying brokers’ folded up their beach gear, migrated back to the city and put resource stocks back on their client’s radar (I’m thinking back pre-2012 here).
No matter what measure you apply to Canada Cobalt Works (CCW.V), it clearly stands out as THE most advanced junior exploration company working in the prolific historic Cobalt Mining Camp in northern Ontario.
In my quest for market smarts, I digested well over a hundred books on technical and fundamental analysis in my day. There’s an old saying that I picked up somewhere along the way that stuck. I can’t recall who uttered the words first – it’s not an uncommon adage – but I suspect it was Jack D Schwager who made it stick. It goes something like this: ‘when a stock exhibits positive price performance in the face of a decidedly negative backdrop, there are powerful underlying dynamics at work – dynamics which may or may not be fully understood by the market’.
One of these days, Gold is going to surprise everyone and push higher. It’s going to take out a number of chart levels technicians call resistance, scream higher and not look back (this author’s ardent opinion).