The price of Cobalt – Co according to the periodic table – has been rather buoyant of late. This, despite a well circulated report last month suggesting this most critical of battery metals has seen its day in the sun and is about to grind lower.
We’ve been saying it for a while now, but First Cobalt (FCC.V) is a straight up mega beast, and today’s news, that they’ll be taking out US Cobalt (USCO.V) is further evidence of that.
If one thing has been certain on the markets in 2017, it’s that you couldn’t go wrong moving with the pack. Watch the merry go round.
On October 24, 2017 First Cobalt (FCC.V) announced that prospecting and structural mapping will begin on the land package soon to be consolidated by FCC, Cobalt One (CO1.ASX) and CobalTech Mining (CSK.V).
Trading halts are the worst. even when the halt is on positive news, investors sit waiting to be able to get their money back, sometimes for days, sometimes for months, and when the light finally turns green to buy and/or sell again, there’s always a healthy swathe of folks who are just going to get out, no matter what.
We’ve been telling you it would for four months now, but the price of Cobalt Power Group (CPO.V) ramped up 20% in early trading Monday after the company dropped news that Hochschild Mining (HOC:LON) has agreed to buy into the Canadian cobalt explorer for a minimum of US$500k.
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In a sign that the Cobalt, Ontario energy metals camp is ramping up in intensity, First Cobalt (FCC.V) will acquire all issued and outstanding shares in Cobaltech (CSK.V) to create an area dominating pure play cobalt exploration deal with a mill and property that contains 14 past producing mines in the area.
First Cobalt (FCC.V) stock ramped up hard Thursday, climbing 20.6% on the news the company had delivered a friendly merger proposal to the Paul Matysek/Bob Cross-led Cobalt One (CO1:ASX).
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