Global Analyst Adrian Day reviews year-end financials from several companies in the resource and global markets. Most of them had some disappointing news in their results, according to Day, but he leads with a junior that received some unvarnished great news.
The Canadian company was granted renewal for its Yandera Copper Project in Papua New Guinea as the company advances toward a definitive feasibility study and expands its exploration of the 245.5 km2 license area.
Ron Struthers of Struthers' Resource Stock Report shares his belief that all the strong growth and more is already priced into Nvidia. Meanwhile, a deep value situation like Greenbriar Sustainable has been overlooked, according to Struthers, but not for long.
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.
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.
Final refinements are underway and full-scale campaigns will be possible in the coming weeks as BacTech Environmental Corp. continues its pyrrhotite tailings bioleach research initiative in Sudbury, Ontario. A newsletter writer has called the company a "poster child" for green causes.
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.