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Michael Ballanger discusses whether gold and silver (and their equities) will decouple from correlation with the broad stock market.
Lion One Metals' infill drilling at its Tuvatu gold project in Fiji, in an area earmarked for early production, has defined "exceptionally high-grade mineralization."
Zacapa Resources will complete its initial public offering and be listed on the TSX Venture Exchange on Jan. 26.
With this impending program, Newrange Gold will drill test priority targets at its North Birch and Argosy projects northeast of Ontario's Red Lake.
Technical Analyst Clive Maund dissects Lion One's stock chart and explains why he sees this to be a "great buy spot" for the company's stock.
Vancouver-based junior Barsele Minerals Corp. is taking the rare step of trying to buy out its major partner, Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd.
Bob Moriarty of 321 Gold explains why he is an investor in Reyna Gold, an explorer with projects in northern Mexico that began publicly trading earlier this month.
Red Metal Resources plans a 2,000 meter diamond drill plan, testing two sets of targets shown, via previous exploration efforts, to be prospective.
Adrian Day reviews updates from several resource companies and discusses whether this is the time to load up.
After acquiring the W2 Copper-Nickel-PGE project in Ontario, Platinex adopted a new dual strategy by going back to its roots, which involved platinum group elements (PGE), but is also in the process of revitalizing its large and prospective Shining Tree gold exploration project in the Abitibi Greenstone Belt, also in Ontario, writes The Critical Investor.
Bob Moriarty of 321gold discusses the high-grade drill results Eskay Mining just released from its summer exploration program at its project in British Columbia's Golden Triangle.
Aurania Resources restarted exploring the Awacha target at its Lost Cities–Cutucu project in Ecuador, noted a Noble Capital Markets report.
Adrian Day of Global Analyst takes a look at the macro picture in light of Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's more hawkish comments last week and also reviews recent developments at some companies on his list.
Michael Ballanger delves into inflation, the Fed's actions, and how they affect precious metals investing.
With two strong projects in a Tier One jurisdiction and experienced management and geological teams, Metals Creek Resources Ltd. could be ready for a breakout.
If your neighbors sell their house, the sale price will tell you a lot about the value of your home. In British Columbia’s Golden Triangle, companies with mines and well-defined resource development plans are getting taken out and the remaining players — and their investors — can see the favorable writing on the wall.
After Kenorland Minerals announced its latest batch of drill results, the Critical Investor took the opportunity to do an extensive interview with CEO Zach Flood to discuss results, programs, strategy, and projects for 2022.
World Copper continues to execute its strategy of acquiring and advancing copper projects, with lots of work planned for 2022, noted a Zacks Small-Cap Research report.
Bob Moriarty of 321Gold shares his thoughts on Goliath Resources' outstanding drill results, which they just announced on Tuesday.
Sector expert Michael Ballanger finds himself at an investing crossroads. Find out what his top picks are for 2022.
In this update, Adrian Day discusses some recent developments that occurred over the holidays, or otherwise got lost in the shuffle.
Reyna Gold, approved for listing on Toronto's Venture Exchange, finds high-grade gold in samples from La Gloria that highlight the project's potential.
Newrange Gold Corp. is expanding its search for precious minerals from one project to three in 2022 and looking at the big picture at its flagship operation in Nevada.
With the accelerating involvement of government in the day-to-day behavior of all markets, it's a near-impossibility to forecast what will happen in 2022, Michael Ballanger says.
These companies are attractive now because, unlike mining operators, they are insulated from inflationary costs, noted a BMO Capital Markets report.
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