The junior exploration arena promises to be a mosh pit of activity in 2020.
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.
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.
On June 19, 2019, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) concluded a meeting leaving U.S. interest rates unchanged, but signaled their intent to lower rates in the coming months should U.S. economic growth grind to a halt.
Companies operating in the junior exploration arena, particularly those in the base metals space, have seen their market caps blown all to hell in recent months.
Rockridge Resources (ROCK.V) is an exploration company focused on acquiring, exploring & developing mineral resource properties in Canada.
In the few short weeks that we’ve been covering Rockridge Resources (ROCK.V), the stock has put on a pretty good show, and rightfully so.
In order to offer readers insights into some of the more prospective ExplorerCos around, we’ve sorted them according to region, specifically, those with the best addresses on the continent.
In our maiden article featuring Rockridge Resources (ROCK.V), we explored every aspect of the company, from management pedigree to geological merit:
Rockridge Resources’ (ROCK.V) investor deck bears the title, “A Fresh Look at Historical Districts: One of Canada’s Newest Copper Exploration Companies.” Aside from a highly prospective copper asset, this company has a lot of depth, and a lot of upside potential.
The Golden Triangle of northern British Columbia – rugged, beautiful, forbidding – is a world-class destination for precious and base metals. Though the region has already given up some of the richest and largest mineral deposits on the planet, significant discovery potential remains.