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Defense Metals Corp. announced that the preliminary feasibility study (PFS) for its Wicheeda rare earth elements (REE) project in British Columbia is on track. Find out why one technical analyst rated the stock an Immediate Strong Buy.
Global Analyst Adrian Day reviews recent earnings from some high-yielding stocks, domestic and foreign, as well as looks at recent developments at a few resource companies on his list. He notes that the recent decline in resource stocks presents several buying opportunities.
Perpetua Resources Corp. announced up to an additional US$34.6 million in funding under the Defense Production Act through a technology investment agreement for the Stibnite Gold Project. Read on to see what analysts have to say about this stock.
Several resource companies provided preliminary fourth-quarter results, with mostly misses on guidance (notwithstanding higher production), higher costs, and weak outlooks for 2024. Global Analyst Adrian Day believes market reactions were overdone, however, making for some very good buys.
Dakota Gold Corp. announced the discovery of important rare earth elements (REEs) at its Richmond Hill Gold Project in the historic Homestake District of South Dakota. See why this could open new economic and permitting opportunities for the company.
Defense Metals Corp. recently signed a Collaboration Agreement with the McLeod Lake Indian Band (MLIB) covering project design and planning for the Wicheeda rare earth element (REE) deposit, reported an Agentic Capital research note.
Defense Metals Corp. announced it has entered into a strategic equity partnership and co-design agreement with the McLeod Lake Indian Band (MLIB) for the company's Wicheeda rare earth elements (REE) project in British Columbia. Find out why the stock is rated "Outperform" by one analyst.
Defense Metals Corp. announces an agreement with Ucore Rare Metals Inc. to test Ucore's new rare earth element (REE) separation technology. One analyst says DEFN's Wicheeda project has "several competitive advantages."