Source: Streetwise Reports 11/20/2021
’s V.P of Exploration Miles Rideout has a plan to meet surging global demand from the battery sector.
Argentina Lithium and Energy Corp. (LIT:TSX; PNXLF:OTC; OAY3:FSE) is focused on developing high-quality lithium projects in Argentina, advancing them toward production in order to meet the global demand from the battery market, which is growing 15% per year.
According to Research and Market’s Lithium Mining Market – Growth Trends and Market Forecast Report (2021 – 2025), the global lithium market will expand at 26% CAGR from 2021 to 2025, reaching US $1 billion.
Streetwise Reports recently interviewed the company’s Vice President of Exploration, Miles Rideout, from his home in Mendoza, Argentina, where he has lived for two decades.
Mr. Rideout served five years as CEO of Latin American Minerals (LAT:TSX.V), advancing gold and diamond projects in Paraguay, and 23 years with Quantec Geoscience, where he initiated operations in South America.
We asked Rideout how he gravitated to South America.
“After graduating from the University of Western Ontario, I worked two years in the Canadian bush as a contract geophysicist,” recalled Rideout. “That is not an easy environment. When I was given an opportunity to work in northern Chile, I took it.”
Rideout worked in Chile for eight years, and then Argentina for 24 years, acquiring extensive geological, operational, and cultural knowledge.
We asked Rideout about the differences in working in Chile and Argentina.
“Chile is a mining country,” stated Rideout. “From the time of Pinochet’s government through to the present, mining has been their bread and butter. Chile is the world’s largest producer of copper. To a large extent, the government is in tune with the resource extraction industry.”
Rideout says that Chile is an expensive place to operate: “even more expensive than Canada” In comparison, Argentina has a more diverse economy, including tourism and agriculture. “Mining is a third-tier industry in Argentina,” confirmed Rideout. “But the exploration investment goes much further. The country is seriously under-explored. There is a lot unclaimed yet prospective ground, which is not true of Chile.”
Argentina Lithium and Energy is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource pioneer in Argentina since 1993 that has racked up multiple successes.
The Grosso Group has a vast network of local and regional contacts in Argentina. Joe Grosso is in the Argentina Mining Hall of Fame.
“Joe Grosso can get a meeting with anybody in Argentina at any time,” stated Niko Cacos, President and CEO of Argentina Lithium.
“The Grosso Group has made four major discoveries in Argentina,” confirmed Rideout, “That’s not an accident. They pick good people, they execute well, and they persevere. Argentina has good moments and downturns, which are opportunities to acquire good new ground.”
Argentina is currently having “a good moment.”
“Argentina’s center-left government has been making a conscious and strategic push towards lithium,” reported Reuters on September 9, 2014.
“Last year it lowered taxes on all mining exports to 8% from 12% and in April eased capital controls on firms taking foreign currency out of the country for projects with investments of over $100 million,” continued Reuters.
We asked Rideout about the geology of the famed Argentine “Lithium Triangle.”
“Lithium comes from seafloor sediments which have been thrust under the Andes Mountains,” explained Rideout, “You have this crustal melt occurring as the old seafloor gets thrust down under the continental mass. The volatile and low-temperature components percolate upwards bringing with them gold, copper, and lithium.”
Rideout explains that the lithium is introduced in the near surface environment by volcanic events.
“Lithium is a curious metal because it doesn’t fit into the mineral lattice of most volcanic minerals,” stated Rideout. When the volcanic magmas cool near the surface, the minerals solidify but the lithium is excluded from the crystal structure, and is readily available to be leached.
“The Lithium Triangle is special because of the large amount of seafloor melt being brought up with by volcanic events,” stated Rideout, “This gives you approximately 10 times greater lithium than if you had other kinds of volcanic melt.”
LIT controls nearly 58,000 hectares of claims on four salars (Rincon, Pocitos, Antofalla, and Incahuasi) in the pro-mining Argentina provinces of Salta and Catamarca. All LIT’s properties are highly prospective for lithium.
Rideout and his team are prioritizing the 2,370-hectare Rincon West Project, adjacent to Rincon Ltd. and Argosy Minerals, with proven lithium reserves.
“Rincon West is just a few kilometers east of the Chilean border, with excellent access.” explained Rideout. “There are two other lithium companies working on the Rincon salar, who have already drilled. This is a mature salar with well stratified deposits of salts and sediment. We acquired the west flank of the salar in August, 2021, where it has never been drilled.”
“We are planning 40 kilometers of a deep seeking geophysical technique called transient electromagnetic soundings,” continued Rideout. “We’ll have images to about 500 meters depth. I expect to resolve to the bottom of the basin. We’ll be able to see the structure of the basin sediments, and we’ll know where to place our drill holes to best effect.”
On November 1, 2021, LIT announced a non-brokered private placement financing of up to 11,000,000 units at a price of $0.45 per unit for gross proceeds of $4,950,000.
Each unit will consist of one common share and one transferrable common share purchase warrant at $0.70 per share for three years from the date of issue.
Argentina has high potential for new discoveries. Rideout says you can still find places in Argentina where modern humans have never stood. “For an exploration professional, it’s exciting to pick up rocks amongst arrowheads and think, ‘I’m the first person who’s been here doing this’,” stated Rideout.
“The demand for lithium was small a dozen years ago, and it’s now a very large sector.” concluded Rideout, “It’s an exciting opportunity for investors to enter a space that is growing spectacularly.”
LIT is currently trading at .50 with market cap of $24.7 million. There are 52.6 million shares issued with 69 million shares outstanding.
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PHI Group, Inc. (OTCMKTS: PHIL) Under Accumulation as M&A Player Signs Enormous Loan Agreements with Neok Financial & Haj Finance Group to Establish the Asia Diamond Exchange & Multi-Commodities Center in Vietnam
PHI Group, Inc. (OTCMKTS: PHIL) is constantly among the top traded stocks in small caps with an enormous international following that is heavily accumulation…
PHI Group, Inc. (OTCMKTS: PHIL) is constantly among the top traded stocks in small caps with an enormous international following that is heavily accumulation at current levels. PHIL is among the most searched for stocks in small caps too and its so popular there is even a $PHILLIONAIRE T-Shirt for sale on Amazon. Microcapdaily has reported on PHIL many times before and we have discussed in depth the Company and its subsidiary funds and the hard work by CEO Henry Fahman (who has recently acquired over 400,000,000 shares of PHIL) to bring the Company to “pink current” which has now been accomplished; a big step forward for the Company which recently launched its ADE token in South Korea in connection with the Asia Diamond Exchange. The Asia Diamond Exchange is a modern bourse to be established in affiliation with the World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB). It will be the first-ever vital rough diamond exchange in Asia, comparable to the diamond exchanges in Antwerp and Dubai (UAE). PHIL price to beat is recently highs of $0.0198, a break over and its blue skies ahead. The stock has massive liquidity as legions of new shareholders including some top players in small caps continue to accumulate.
PHIL filed 2 enormous 8ks recently announcing up to $3.5 billion in funding. According to the 8ks: Effective November 14, 2021 the registrant signed a loan agreement deed with Neok Financial Incorporated, a corporation organized under the existing laws of United Arab Emirates, with its office address located at Trade Center Road, Bur Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates for a loan program in the amount of $2,000,000,000 which carries a fixed preferred rate of annual interest for thirty-five years, to be repaid on a monthly basis over a period of 420 months. Effective October 17, 2021 the registrant signed a contract agreement with Haj Finance Group, a corporation registered in Oman, Hatat House Ground Floor, Ruwi, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman, for a financing program in the amount of $1,500,000,000 which carries a fixed preferred rate of annual interest for thirty-five years with a three-year grace period. The closing of this transaction is to occur after the registration of a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) within United Arab Emirates, the signing of the closing documents and the approval of the transfer of funds by the Central Bank of United Arab Emirates (CBUAE). The registrant intends to use the funds for the establishment of the Asia Diamond Exchange and the Multi-Commodities Center in Vietnam, for financing selective projects in the areas of real estate, renewable energy, healthcare, and for other investment opportunities in connection with PHILUX Global Funds SCA, SICA-RAIF, a group of Luxembourg bank funds sponsored by the registrant.
PHI Group, Inc. (OTCMKTS: PHIL) is focused on advancing PHILUX Global Funds, a group of Luxembourg bank funds organized as “Reserved Alternative Investment Fund” (“RAIF”), and developing the Asia Diamond Exchange (“ADE”) in Vietnam. PHIL has a powerhouse management team behind it; The Company is led by CEO Mr. Henry Fahman a top-level executive who has more than 30 years’ experience in general management, finance, investments and corporate strategy and is a graduate from Harvard Business School. Previously, Mr. Fahman served as a Resettlement Coordinator for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Currently Mr. Fahman is chairman of the board and CEO of PHIL and all its subsidiaries.
The Asia Diamond Exchange is a modern bourse to be established in affiliation with the World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB). It will be the first-ever vital rough diamond exchange in Asia, comparable to the diamond exchanges in Antwerp (Belgium) and Dubai (UAE). The Company has launched an ADE token in South Korea in connection with the Asia Diamond Exchange. The token is designed to optimize transparency and fair pricing to the diamond industry to provide enhanced benefits to all stakeholders. By validating transactions on a blockchain, there are no chances of counterfeiting or substandard pieces. Consumers will be able to design and purchase custom diamond jewelry and loose gemstones at significantly better prices by using the ADE tokens. The ADE tokens will be deflationary by setting aside profits to purchase and burn tokens as well as systematically continuing the buy-back of PHIL stock on an ongoing basis in the future. International investors may purchase and trade the tokens once they are listed on top exchanges such as Coinbase and Binance.
PHIL continues to diversify recently acquiring a 70% stake in Five Grain Treasure Spirits Co., Ltd., a company with over one hundred years of tradition in Jilin Province, China. This is a unique, special situation transaction that is expected to create substantial value for the Company, its shareholders and all stakeholders. According to the Five-Grain development plan, once the acquisition is completed, the company will follow a three-prong growth strategy to reach 200,000,000 liters of bulk spirits per year to supply to other beverage companies and develop its own brand using proprietary manufacturing methods and preferred distribution channels.
The Company has been busy cementing one deal after another; they signed an MOU with TPP Holdings Group an established Vietnamese company specializing in real estate investment, development and construction. TPP Holdings will participate in the Luxembourg real estate fund and cooperate in the development and construction of the Multi-Commodities Center and the Asia Diamond Exchange in Vietnam. Management believes this partnership will bring tremendous benefits to all the stakeholders, including the diamond-producing countries and the people and economy of Vietnam.
$PHIL. 3.5 BILLION USD in funding says this will not be anywhere close to OTC in a year! After the loans are transferred we will get the buyback to fix the SS. Green days coming!https://t.co/JY2rFHEVckhttps://t.co/pkLHVPyLPA
Here’s the DD as well https://t.co/Wv7vwpHstZ
— Puppies Investing Inc (@Mattcryderman1) November 25, 2021
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Earlier this month PHIL signed a Business Cooperation Agreement with Digital Solutions Company, Ltd., a Vietnam-based company, to cooperate in developing technical solutions for a variety of industries, including real estate, energy, agriculture and healthcare using digital, blockchain and crypto technologies. Digital Solutions will immediately assist CO2-1-0 (CARBON) CORP to launch the new disruptive carbon mitigation initiative in the coming weeks and also support PHI Group with technological solutions for the Asia Diamond Exchange to be established in Vietnam, as well as jointly advance a number of special projects that have the potential to create very significant value for shareholders of both companies. Management could not be more excited about the collaboration which looks to invest in technology, agriculture, green energy, blockchain, and finance.
On November 23 PHIL reported its subsidiary CO2-1-0 (CARBON) Corp., has signed a MOU with SuperGreen Solutions to cooperate in a new disruptive carbon mitigation program through worldwide environmentally sustainable projects. According to the MOU, SuperGreen and CO2-1-0 (CARBON) will cooperate in acquiring carbon credits from SuperGreen’s projects and from other project owners in the United States of America. Carbon credits will be digitalized into Carbon Tokens using blockchain-crypto technology and deploying IoT.
SuperGreen will provide project data to be processed into CARBON’s data processing center and also support CARBON’s due diligence processes. SuperGreen will be CARBON’s exclusive representative for the entire United States of America market. As part of this strategic alliance, PHI Group has agreed to assist SuperGreen in raising the required finances to implement the overall scope of cooperation. According to the Taskforce on Scaling Voluntary Carbon Markets (TSVCM) demand for carbon credits could increase by a factor of 15 or more by 2030 and by a factor of up to 100 by 2050. Overall, the market for carbon credits could be worth upward of $50 billion in 2030.
— hoang duc vu (@hoangducvu8) November 22, 2021
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PHIL is constantly among the top traded stocks in small caps with a enormous International following that is heavily accumulating at current levels. PHIL is among the most searched for stocks in small caps too and its so popular there is even a $PHILLIONAIRE T-Shirt for sale on Amazon. Microcapdaily has reported on PHIL many times before and we have discussed in depth the Company and its subsidiary funds and the hard work by CEO Henry Fahman (who has recently acquired over 400,000,000 shares of PHIL) to bring the Company to “pink current” which has now been accomplished; a big step forward for the Company which recently launched its ADE token in South Korea in connection with the Asia Diamond Exchange. The Asia Diamond Exchange is a modern bourse to be established in affiliation with the World Federation of Diamond Bourses (WFDB). It will be the first-ever vital rough diamond exchange in Asia, comparable to the diamond exchanges in Antwerp and Dubai (UAE). PHIL price to beat is recently highs of $0.0198, a break over and its blue skies ahead. The stock has massive liquidity as legions of new shareholders including some top players in small caps continue to accumulate. PHIL filed 2 enormous 8ks recently announcing up to $3.5 billion in funding. According to the 8ks: Effective November 14, 2021 the registrant signed a loan agreement deed with Neok Financial Incorporated, a corporation organized under the existing laws of United Arab Emirates, with its office address located at Trade Center Road, Bur Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates for a loan program in the amount of $2,000,000,000 which carries a fixed preferred rate of annual interest for thirty-five years, to be repaid on a monthly basis over a period of 420 months. Effective October 17, 2021 the registrant signed a contract agreement with Haj Finance Group, a corporation registered in Oman, Hatat House Ground Floor, Ruwi, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman, for a financing program in the amount of $1,500,000,000 which carries a fixed preferred rate of annual interest for thirty-five years with a three-year grace period. The closing of this transaction is to occur after the registration of a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) within United Arab Emirates, the signing of the closing documents and the approval of the transfer of funds by the Central Bank of United Arab Emirates (CBUAE). The registrant intends to use the funds for the establishment of the Asia Diamond Exchange and the Multi-Commodities Center in Vietnam, for financing selective projects in the areas of real estate, renewable energy, healthcare, and for other investment opportunities in connection with PHILUX Global Funds SCA, SICA-RAIF, a group of Luxembourg bank funds sponsored by the registrant. We will be updating on PHIL so make sure you Subscribe to Microcapdaily so you know what’s going on with PHIL.
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Gold Digger: Gold’s renaissance was short-lived. Have prices bottomed out?
Following a 7.6% surge from late September, the price of gold briefly hit five-month highs of ~$US1,872/oz on fears that … Read More
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Following a 7.6% surge from late September, the price of gold briefly hit five-month highs of ~$US1,872/oz on fears that current high inflation levels are more than ‘transitional’.
Gold is an ‘inflation hedge’; an investment that ostensibly protects the buyer from decreased purchasing power of a currency due to rising prices.
Which is happening right now, everywhere.
Any jubilation from gold bugs was short-lived however, with the reappointment of Jerome Powell as chair of the US Federal Reserve sending gold crashing back to $US1,785/oz. Ouch.
Why? The market believes that Powell will begin raising interest rates – the cost to borrow money — sooner than if competitor for the job Lael Brainard had been given the chair. Earlier rate hikes dampen inflation expectations.
Brainard, who was appointed vice chair, will still have significant influence.
Former geologist and experienced stockbroker Guy Le Page says it is clear that the broader market is not convinced that gold’s short to medium term price outlook is positive with Swap Dealer Net positions still in decline.
A ‘swap’ is basically a forward contract or a futures contract, he says.
If the position is net long, then it implies that there are more forward contracts (or calls) betting gold will go up. A net short position is basically selling a call, or a futures contract with a view of buying back after gold has fallen.
“So, in this case, even with gold rising, it appears that the long and short positions were closely balanced with probably slightly more short positions in play — i.e., the majority of positions were betting on a decline in the gold price,” he says.
Le Page still reckons “Jerome ‘money printer’ Powell” is good for gold in the long term.
“Given Powell has the US economy sailing on an easy monetary trajectory straight into the eye of an inflation hurricane (already at 6.2%, a 31-year high), I think his appointment will ultimately be good for gold,” he says.
Hang tight, gold bugs.
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|CODE||COMPANY||1 WEEK RETURN %||1 MONTH RETURN %||6 MONTH RETURN %||1 YEAR RETURN %||SHARE PRICE [INTRADAY FRI]||MARKET CAP|
|E2M||E2 Metals||46||49||3||-55||0.35||$ 54,169,636.68|
|WCN||White Cliff Minerals||38||20||20||-44||0.018||$ 8,275,142.38|
|SFM||Santa Fe Minerals||35||50||32||9||0.12||$ 8,738,254.68|
|KNB||Koonenberry Gold||29||0||0.18||$ 12,970,339.90|
|MLS||Metals Australia||25||25||25||25||0.0025||$ 13,096,393.40|
|KWR||Kingwest Resources||24||74||147||47||0.235||$ 50,738,210.25|
|SRN||Surefire Resources||20||-20||-52||-61||0.012||$ 13,251,724.91|
|KRM||Kingsrose Mining||20||55||49||150||0.085||$ 63,510,639.62|
|SMI||Santana Minerals||16||34||191||76||0.335||$ 43,770,305.04|
|BMR||Ballymore Resources||15||-8||0||0||0.23||$ 15,367,787.42|
|WWI||West Wits Mining||15||-16||-56||-51||0.036||$ 58,177,676.13|
|MDI||Middle Island Res||14||0||-5||-65||0.105||$ 12,853,913.31|
|XTC||Xantippe Res||13||13||125||125||0.0045||$ 25,478,527.51|
|SIH||Sihayo Gold Limited||13||-10||-36||-53||0.009||$ 33,169,152.72|
|GSR||Greenstone Resources||11||15||50||-3||0.03||$ 23,405,281.98|
|MKG||Mako Gold||10||10||18||5||0.11||$ 40,135,368.21|
|BBX||BBX Minerals||10||-8||-38||-51||0.165||$ 73,283,436.00|
|SBR||Sabre Resources||10||10||10||-54||0.0055||$ 9,291,225.07|
|MHC||Manhattan Corp||10||0||-15||-62||0.011||$ 15,262,786.93|
|HRN||Horizon Gold||10||-13||-25||-3||0.4||$ 42,676,806.40|
|NWM||Norwest Minerals||9||-1||-15||-11||0.081||$ 15,171,011.10|
|RDT||Red Dirt Metals||9||2||370||131||0.705||$ 182,119,334.93|
|M24||Mamba Exploration||7||5||-6||0.22||$ 8,140,000.00|
|CAZ||Cazaly Resources||7||2||-16||0||0.046||$ 15,891,220.48|
|IDA||Indiana Resources||7||12||-14||-6||0.065||$ 28,239,052.40|
|ARL||Ardea Resources||6||5||9||21||0.5||$ 71,777,793.88|
|AGS||Alliance Resources||6||-13||0||1||0.17||$ 35,362,912.78|
|QML||Qmines Limited||5||3||-1||0.39||$ 21,188,038.56|
|CMM||Capricorn Metals||5||17||68||79||2.99||$ 1,084,994,918.69|
|BNR||Bulletin Res||5||7||18||12||0.08||$ 21,307,663.74|
|VAN||Vango Mining||5||0||-11||-14||0.062||$ 78,116,133.18|
|S2R||S2 Resources||5||139||31||-21||0.21||$ 78,402,468.10|
|OKR||Okapi Resources||4||-17||133||188||0.49||$ 54,885,745.74|
|BTR||Brightstar Resources||4||2||59||-7||0.051||$ 28,967,865.03|
|PGD||Peregrine Gold||4||0||14||0.395||$ 13,271,524.03|
|GBR||Greatbould Resources||4||-20||27||166||0.14||$ 51,799,192.31|
|CDT||Castle Minerals||4||45||81||142||0.029||$ 24,621,650.23|
|SKY||SKY Metals||4||-11||-48||-54||0.088||$ 33,156,945.36|
|VRC||Volt Resources||3||-3||-25||200||0.03||$ 76,785,537.50|
|POL||Polymetals Resources||3||15||0.15||$ 5,911,405.20|
|CYL||Catalyst Metals||3||4||3||-14||2.17||$ 213,648,918.91|
|GML||Gateway Mining||3||-6||-29||-35||0.017||$ 38,089,182.91|
|ADN||Andromeda Metals||3||-5||-17||-40||0.175||$ 397,396,327.36|
|PUR||Pursuit Minerals||3||4||-46||157||0.036||$ 31,858,473.14|
|CY5||Cygnus Gold Limited||3||33||20||-8||0.18||$ 20,953,432.98|
|RML||Resolution Minerals||3||-12||-26||-53||0.0185||$ 12,142,782.08|
|DTR||Dateline Resources||2||-1||19||137||0.089||$ 38,975,926.20|
|SFR||Sandfire Resources||2||9||-6||48||6.17||$ 2,586,985,744.83|
|SVY||Stavely Minerals||2||19||-16||-39||0.525||$ 139,614,376.82|
|MOH||Moho Resources||2||0||-29||-43||0.06||$ 7,546,524.12|
|STK||Strickland Metals||1||-20||184||-17||0.071||$ 96,369,942.36|
|EMR||Emerald Res NL||1||9||18||88||1.1||$ 559,205,969.60|
|NAG||Nagambie Resources||1||8||23||62||0.081||$ 37,494,925.95|
|ZNC||Zenith Minerals||0||-6||-15||104||0.235||$ 76,093,976.43|
|TRM||Truscott Mining Corp||0||-9||3||52||0.032||$ 5,317,954.04|
|PF1||Pathfinder Resources||0||-12||-12||46||0.285||$ 16,467,513.10|
|NMR||Native Mineral Res||0||-3||-11||14||0.25||$ 8,316,366.00|
|AYM||Australia United Min||0||0||11||11||0.01||$ 18,425,774.85|
|SI6||SI6 Metals Limited||0||-15||0||10||0.011||$ 15,709,583.84|
|PKO||Peako Limited||0||9||-38||4||0.025||$ 7,711,352.53|
|AQI||Alicanto Min||0||0||21||4||0.145||$ 55,493,474.47|
|AM7||Arcadia Minerals||0||13||0.22||$ 7,011,000.00|
|AWJ||Auric Mining||0||-7||-18||0.135||$ 7,569,363.20|
|OZM||Ozaurum Resources||0||-9||-19||0.15||$ 8,582,400.00|
|KGM||Kalnorth Gold||0||0||0||0||0.013||$ 11,625,120.78|
|LNY||Laneway Res||0||20||20||0||0.006||$ 23,424,395.60|
|NAE||New Age Exploration||0||0||-31||-4||0.011||$ 15,794,888.01|
|RDN||Raiden Resources||0||-4||4||-8||0.024||$ 34,383,182.60|
|PNX||PNX Metals Limited||0||-7||-13||-13||0.007||$ 23,739,257.82|
|GED||Golden Deeps||0||-8||9||-14||0.012||$ 9,310,217.28|
|MBK||Metal Bank||0||-6||-6||-14||0.009||$ 10,701,614.74|
|KTA||Krakatoa Resources||0||-5||-2||-15||0.057||$ 16,798,465.27|
|DCX||Discovex Res||0||0||-17||-17||0.005||$ 11,558,988.34|
|CGN||Crater Gold Min||0||0||6||-19||0.017||$ 20,867,429.74|
|CTO||Citigold Corp||0||0||-9||-23||0.01||$ 28,336,590.91|
|GUL||Gullewa Limited||0||-1||-8||-24||0.08||$ 15,229,848.00|
|TSC||Twenty Seven Co.||0||-25||-10||-25||0.0045||$ 11,973,662.57|
|WRM||White Rock Min||0||-6||-45||-25||0.31||$ 44,164,389.32|
|ALY||Alchemy Resource||0||0||-17||-26||0.013||$ 12,380,483.57|
|OAU||Ora Gold Limited||0||6||-26||-26||0.016||$ 13,473,523.55|
|BAT||Battery Minerals||0||7||-21||-29||0.015||$ 29,444,835.46|
|SNG||Siren Gold||0||-5||30||-30||0.37||$ 30,296,536.29|
|AAR||Anglo Australian||0||5||-5||-33||0.09||$ 54,848,489.99|
|GWR||GWR Group||0||-32||-56||-34||0.105||$ 31,792,576.52|
|GRL||Godolphin Resources||0||0||-15||-42||0.145||$ 12,196,134.30|
|TRY||Troy Resources||0||0||-21||-56||0.037||$ 30,073,993.35|
|AQX||Alice Queen||0||0||-29||-66||0.01||$ 13,702,230.10|
|DGO||DGO Gold Limited||-1||2||-16||-2||2.95||$ 247,497,890.31|
|PRS||Prospech Limited||-1||-4||-47||0||0.074||$ 4,823,394.37|
|LEX||Lefroy Exploration||-1||-19||-70||73||0.355||$ 47,391,795.78|
|SAU||Southern Gold||-2||-12||-12||-34||0.065||$ 13,866,369.14|
|KAI||Kairos Minerals||-2||-5||-14||-21||0.0285||$ 48,758,894.60|
|TBR||Tribune Res||-2||0||-2||-21||4.95||$ 259,716,981.15|
|GSM||Golden State Mining||-2||-7||-27||-60||0.098||$ 8,308,798.50|
|DTM||Dart Mining NL||-2||-17||-32||-46||0.095||$ 11,826,638.35|
|AMI||Aurelia Metals||-3||-3||-4||-4||0.39||$ 481,841,589.84|
|CWX||Carawine Resources||-3||-12||-25||-28||0.19||$ 25,861,303.37|
|AAU||Antilles Gold||-3||-6||9||29||0.074||$ 22,496,367.11|
|PRX||Prodigy Gold NL||-3||3||-31||-32||0.036||$ 20,974,593.82|
|PAK||Pacific American Hld||-3||3||-6||-22||0.0175||$ 8,123,915.83|
|TBA||Tombola Gold||-3||-21||-30||-15||0.033||$ 23,948,903.55|
|PUA||Peak Minerals||-3||-13||-13||-28||0.0165||$ 14,276,841.92|
|PNR||Pantoro Limited||-3||52||31||64||0.32||$ 479,229,557.32|
|KCN||Kingsgate Consolid.||-3||-13||55||112||1.42||$ 312,061,838.73|
|BCN||Beacon Minerals||-3||-2||-13||-3||0.0315||$ 113,124,689.75|
|EM2||Eagle Mountain||-3||-21||-44||72||0.575||$ 126,281,421.20|
|MAT||Matsa Resources||-4||-8||-31||-53||0.054||$ 20,772,967.96|
|AUT||Auteco Minerals||-4||-6||-21||-17||0.076||$ 129,989,778.07|
|AZS||Azure Minerals||-4||4||47||-54||0.375||$ 117,699,573.98|
|HAW||Hawthorn Resources||-4||92||100||-4||0.096||$ 36,686,717.43|
|OBM||Ora Banda Mining||-4||-23||-65||-74||0.075||$ 74,041,062.38|
|WMC||Wiluna Mining Corp||-4||6||-1||-20||1.1025||$ 174,938,014.23|
|TAM||Tanami Gold NL||-4||-3||-4||-5||0.069||$ 81,081,696.17|
|TNR||Torian Resources||-4||-18||-47||-32||0.023||$ 25,019,529.08|
|DEG||De Grey Mining||-4||9||-21||28||1.24||$ 1,758,029,406.25|
|MEU||Marmota Limited||-4||-2||-2||5||0.043||$ 43,123,577.90|
|BDC||Bardoc Gold||-4||-7||-12||-12||0.064||$ 111,152,472.06|
|ARV||Artemis Resources||-4||-15||42||-29||0.085||$ 105,419,802.68|
|A1G||African Gold .||-5||-2||-11||62||0.205||$ 24,376,617.24|
|KAU||Kaiser Reef||-5||-7||-31||-49||0.205||$ 26,320,453.51|
|AWV||Anova Metals||-5||-17||0||-26||0.02||$ 28,661,884.00|
|ZAG||Zuleika Gold||-5||-9||-47||-67||0.02||$ 9,432,147.58|
|TSO||Tesoro Resources||-5||-25||-54||-72||0.079||$ 43,608,543.52|
|FML||Focus Minerals||-5||4||2||-18||0.295||$ 53,910,826.68|
|RND||Rand Mining||-5||-7||-2||-26||1.455||$ 82,754,523.26|
|AOP||Apollo Consolidated||-5||5||102||119||0.625||$ 183,720,971.70|
|VKA||Viking Mines||-5||-5||-34||4||0.019||$ 19,403,910.19|
|ERM||Emmerson Resources||-5||10||-5||0||0.076||$ 37,866,125.16|
|IVR||Investigator Res||-5||-3||-17||32||0.074||$ 97,972,048.92|
|TRN||Torrens Mining||-5||-19||-14||0.1375||$ 10,449,740.70|
|NML||Navarre Minerals||-5||-20||-42||-61||0.073||$ 89,108,006.70|
|TLM||Talisman Mining||-5||24||-20||50||0.18||$ 32,854,411.98|
|RED||Red 5 Limited||-5||0||69||20||0.27||$ 647,999,179.30|
|GMN||Gold Mountain||-5||-14||-55||-53||0.018||$ 19,262,685.06|
|MKR||Manuka Resources.||-5||-9||-7||-18||0.355||$ 36,029,327.37|
|STN||Saturn Metals||-5||22||30||-25||0.52||$ 61,064,555.40|
|MEI||Meteoric Resources||-6||-23||-72||-72||0.017||$ 25,590,101.93|
|TMZ||Thomson Res||-6||-25||-50||-17||0.067||$ 38,325,040.39|
|AUC||Ausgold Limited||-6||4||0||-4||0.048||$ 74,511,428.43|
|ARN||Aldoro Resources||-6||6||45||203||0.47||$ 40,455,683.00|
|CBY||Canterbury Resources||-6||-4||0||-3||0.094||$ 11,298,661.82|
|G88||Golden Mile Res||-6||-6||-20||-11||0.047||$ 7,866,843.09|
|MVL||Marvel Gold Limited||-6||10||47||37||0.078||$ 40,498,363.75|
|MAU||Magnetic Resources||-6||-6||8||36||1.56||$ 331,623,704.80|
|CAI||Calidus Resources||-6||2||49||16||0.61||$ 252,061,958.61|
|RDS||Redstone Resources||-6||15||-12||7||0.015||$ 10,784,985.95|
|THR||Thor Mining PLC||-6||-17||-12||-21||0.015||$ 9,354,185.78|
|OKU||Oklo Resources||-6||11||11||-23||0.15||$ 75,604,471.80|
|BRV||Big River Gold||-6||-6||-44||-44||0.225||$ 52,666,188.48|
|RXL||Rox Resources||-6||-1||-29||-50||0.375||$ 59,102,855.25|
|AGG||AngloGold Ashanti||-6||3||-19||-7||5.31||$ 496,887,251.05|
|ENR||Encounter Resources||-6||-27||-18||-8||0.145||$ 49,097,261.07|
|SVL||Silver Mines Limited||-7||-2||-25||16||0.215||$ 271,284,750.03|
|TIE||Tietto Minerals||-7||-5||20||12||0.415||$ 194,826,244.62|
|MRZ||Mont Royal Resources||-7||-14||6||6||0.345||$ 12,878,083.10|
|CHN||Chalice Mining||-7||37||16||151||9.47||$ 3,340,466,037.40|
|CXU||Cauldron Energy||-7||-4||-33||-18||0.027||$ 13,264,928.01|
|CLA||Celsius Resource||-7||-7||-36||-31||0.027||$ 27,227,930.11|
|MXR||Maximus Resources||-7||-27||-23||-52||0.065||$ 21,615,026.18|
|BMO||Bastion Minerals||-7||-4||31||0.255||$ 17,592,043.70|
|WGX||Westgold Resources.||-7||0||-9||-5||2.03||$ 880,777,063.62|
|GSN||Great Southern||-7||-11||17||-17||0.063||$ 31,859,126.46|
|NST||Northern Star||-7||1||-14||-22||9.71||$ 11,401,543,638.21|
|HCH||Hot Chili||-8||-17||15||-16||2.07||$ 179,476,372.50|
|PNM||Pacific Nickel Mines||-8||-19||87||76||0.097||$ 23,277,264.71|
|MML||Medusa Mining||-8||6||-2||11||0.785||$ 163,180,541.29|
|GBZ||GBM Rsources||-8||-14||-8||-14||0.12||$ 60,817,116.84|
|MZZ||Matador Mining||-8||-13||-10||9||0.355||$ 77,244,838.92|
|MTH||Mithril Resources||-8||17||9||-30||0.0175||$ 43,863,961.70|
|KZR||Kalamazoo Resources||-8||-8||-21||-38||0.35||$ 47,107,001.90|
|EMU||EMU NL||-8||-23||-47||-49||0.023||$ 12,645,733.13|
|BC8||Black Cat Syndicate||-8||-2||-23||-12||0.57||$ 80,260,452.27|
|RVR||Red River Resources||-8||-12||-10||-25||0.1975||$ 103,692,897.60|
|ADT||Adriatic Metals||-8||-10||1||18||2.57||$ 619,039,995.98|
|EVN||Evolution Mining||-8||6||-23||-17||4.035||$ 7,441,733,330.64|
|DRE||Drednought Resources||-8||7||76||100||0.044||$ 127,433,795.49|
|RMX||Red Mount Min||-8||10||22||-8||0.011||$ 14,644,583.02|
|FAU||First Au||-8||-8||-45||-42||0.011||$ 7,682,859.40|
|DEX||Duke Exploration||-9||13||-46||-36||0.215||$ 18,944,341.92|
|AME||Alto Metals Limited||-9||5||15||5||0.105||$ 53,649,042.51|
|SLZ||Sultan Resources||-9||-21||-43||-34||0.155||$ 11,125,502.24|
|GIB||Gibb River Diamonds||-9||-4||8||-41||0.082||$ 17,766,793.38|
|ICL||Iceni Gold||-9||-22||0||0.2||$ 23,357,098.64|
|WAF||West African Res||-9||-5||23||62||1.33||$ 1,281,347,746.90|
|TG1||Techgen Metals||-9||-7||-13||0.195||$ 7,513,113.08|
|CDR||Codrus Minerals||-9||4||0.145||$ 6,000,000.00|
|RMS||Ramelius Resources||-10||0||-16||-4||1.6275||$ 1,403,263,745.81|
|AAJ||Aruma Resources||-10||-23||19||-24||0.074||$ 9,321,151.22|
|SPQ||Superior Resources||-10||38||64||29||0.018||$ 26,147,311.40|
|KSN||Kingston Resources||-10||-10||-20||-29||0.18||$ 62,423,297.48|
|CHZ||Chesser Resources||-10||-7||-4||-40||0.135||$ 67,496,938.13|
|IPT||Impact Minerals||-10||-4||-16||-41||0.0135||$ 28,333,128.87|
|GMR||Golden Rim Resources||-10||0||-45||-45||0.09||$ 22,022,233.65|
|MCT||Metalicity Limited||-10||-10||-31||-47||0.009||$ 19,293,943.79|
|BYH||Bryah Resources||-10||2||-28||-24||0.053||$ 12,667,601.80|
|ANX||Anax Metals||-10||-21||-11||21||0.087||$ 32,917,285.66|
|CEL||Challenger Exp||-10||7||7||58||0.3||$ 306,942,433.88|
|GOR||Gold Road Res||-11||10||-2||28||1.485||$ 1,327,109,061.71|
|YRL||Yandal Resources||-11||-5||-39||-13||0.39||$ 40,204,372.65|
|RRL||Regis Resources||-11||-17||-25||-47||1.9||$ 1,456,718,255.14|
|DCN||Dacian Gold||-11||-18||-33||-39||0.205||$ 203,160,300.84|
|MM8||Medallion Metals.||-11||-9||-30||0.2||$ 15,789,166.77|
|DDD||3D Resources Limited||-11||0||-20||-3||0.004||$ 15,521,488.37|
|TMX||Terrain Minerals||-11||0||-27||-27||0.008||$ 5,886,088.07|
|SLR||Silver Lake Resource||-11||1||-15||-1||1.67||$ 1,491,892,753.71|
|ASO||Aston Minerals||-12||-8||-28||174||0.115||$ 104,961,717.19|
|ALK||Alkane Resources||-12||-6||1||-12||0.84||$ 497,312,155.70|
|MGV||Musgrave Minerals||-12||-9||-23||-12||0.34||$ 185,324,667.41|
|SBM||St Barbara Limited||-12||-11||-26||-44||1.395||$ 982,694,962.87|
|VMC||Venus Metals Cor||-12||-3||-3||-14||0.18||$ 27,194,162.94|
|GNM||Great Northern||-13||-22||-56||-59||0.007||$ 9,672,407.81|
|AL8||Alderan Resource||-13||-20||-41||-64||0.035||$ 15,320,378.88|
|TTM||Titan Minerals||-13||-17||-17||-9||0.096||$ 133,566,095.81|
|NES||Nelson Resources.||-13||-21||-47||-45||0.034||$ 6,800,226.83|
|MRR||Minrex Resources||-13||0||-17||-17||0.02||$ 12,272,128.16|
|GTR||Gti Resources||-13||-21||22||56||0.026||$ 29,348,311.93|
|LCL||Los Cerros Limited||-13||-4||-21||8||0.13||$ 82,721,126.15|
|TAR||Taruga Minerals||-14||-10||-50||-1||0.0415||$ 23,042,700.27|
|NXM||Nexus Minerals||-14||12||467||304||0.505||$ 142,538,229.41|
|LCY||Legacy Iron Ore||-14||85||71||300||0.024||$ 153,713,724.41|
|TCG||Turaco Gold Limited||-14||-20||33||100||0.12||$ 42,370,833.88|
|AVW||Avira Resources||-14||0||0||-33||0.006||$ 10,312,740.00|
|HXG||Hexagon Energy||-14||-5||-14||34||0.083||$ 39,695,230.60|
|PDI||Predictive Disc||-15||27||180||305||0.235||$ 327,375,026.88|
|LRL||Labyrinth Resources||-15||11||-25||67||0.04||$ 36,521,570.36|
|CST||Castile Resources||-16||-29||-31||-24||0.185||$ 37,944,922.99|
|HMX||Hammer Metals||-16||-33||-57||17||0.042||$ 37,420,752.66|
|RSG||Resolute Mining||-16||-16||-39||-52||0.365||$ 413,974,320.00|
|NVA||Nova Minerals||-16||-16||-4||-37||0.13||$ 234,264,882.41|
|KCC||Kincora Copper||-17||-11||-62||0.125||$ 8,808,434.28|
|REZ||Resourc & En Grp||-17||-2||55||-10||0.045||$ 23,490,872.08|
|BGL||Bellevue Gold||-17||-6||-14||-31||0.8075||$ 844,713,273.16|
|BRB||Breaker Res NL||-17||5||89||100||0.34||$ 123,819,553.02|
|DLC||Delecta Limited||-19||-13||117||86||0.013||$ 16,868,721.87|
|ICG||Inca Minerals||-19||-19||-34||75||0.105||$ 47,613,546.78|
|A8G||Australasian Gold||-20||-10||200||0.51||$ 19,389,394.53|
|AXE||Archer Materials||-24||-20||59||135||1.21||$ 317,995,361.00|
|ANL||Amani Gold||-25||-25||50||50||0.0015||$ 36,851,128.21|
|NPM||Newpeak Metals||-33||0||-60||-67||0.001||$ 7,424,685.10|
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KNB’s main game is its namesake project in NSW, where a soil sampling program has uncovered a new 1.8km long target called ‘Vegas’.
There has been no previous exploration at Vegas, the company says.
KNB intends to initially follow up with more soils to close the current gaps and define the geometry in readiness for drilling.
Mini-bulk rock chip samples were collected from this area, and concentrates are currently being assayed, with results due in early December.
“The portfolio of geochemical targets is expanding, and we continue to delineate multiple targets for further work and build more information to feed into the geological model to help us design the drill programme due to start in the next quarter,” KNB chief exec Karen O’Neill says.
The stock had a cash balance of $7.5m at the end of September.
In mid-September it announced a gold discovery under a WA Salt Lake called ‘Goongarrie’.
Exploring for gold underneath salt lakes is tough, which is probably why so many remain underexplored — regardless of how prospective they are.
That’s because the lake sediments have been washed around over time, making early-stage soil sampling to help find mineralised anomalies redundant. That makes it hard to dial in on a potential discovery.
The high-grade Invincible gold deposit, which forms the backbone of Gold Fields’ St Ives camp near Kalgoorlie, almost went undiscovered due to the low tenor gold results and small geochemical footprint.
In other words, you either hit something with drilling, or you don’t.
That is why early results like 3m @ 6.5g/t gold and 3m @ 4.1g/t gold from Kingwest’s ‘Sir Laurence’ prospect are so important.
Subsequent results have also been exciting, with 29 of the 80 holes drilled so far hitting significant gold up to 800m away from the discovery line.
Highlights from this shallow, early-stage drilling include 28m @ 1.9g/t gold from 20m (16m in bedrock) and 8m @ 2.2g/t Au from 12m in.
“These excellent results including 28m @ 1.9g/t Au from 20m in follow up drilling at Sir Laurence, are very significant in that they are 800m south of, and along strike of, the discovery Line 5 but mineralisation is at a much shallower depth and includes bedrock mineralisation,” CEO Ed Turner says.
“Significant bedrock mineralisation has also been intersected on Lines B and C.
“This reinforces our interpretation of Sir Laurence as having the potential to be a large mineralised system.
“Line A is the first line of drilling within the current program, and we eagerly anticipate results from all of the remaining drill holes within the Sir Laurence Prospect.”
1,000m of deeper diamond drilling at Sir Laurence will kick off within the next two weeks, while a 2,000m aircore program focussing on Lake Goongarrie targets outside Sir Laurence is imminent.
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Metals X spin-out backed by experienced team and development ready project
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Metal X’s nickel-cobalt spin out Nico Resources is gearing up to list next month – with some familiar faces at the helm.
Executive director and CEO Rod Corps and chairman Warren Hallam are both Metals X (ASX:MLX) alumni, with Corps previously involved in the spin-out of the company’s gold assets and Hallam an executive director and managing director in Metals X for around 15 years.
The spin-out covers the Central Musgrave Project (CMP) tenements which comprise three main exploration licences – Wingellina (WA), Claude Hill (SA) and Mt Davies (SA).
Wingellina has combined mineral resources of 182.6 Mt at 0.92% nickel and 0.07% cobalt for 1.68 Mt of contained nickel and 132Kt of contained cobalt, and probable ore reserves of 168.4Mt at 0.93% nickel and 0.07% cobalt for 1,561Kt of contained nickel and 123Kt of contained cobalt.
Claude Hills has inferred mineral resources of 33.3 Mt at 0.81% nickel and 0.07% cobalt for 270Kt of contained nickel and 23Kt of contained cobalt.
Spin-out the natural step off the back of strong nickel prices
“With where Metals X is placed in the growth phase, it makes sense to demerge and put these assets into a single purpose listed vehicle – especially in the current nickel price environment,” Corps said.
“And that price is looking like it will continue to improve over the next 5-10 years with the rise of electric vehicles.
“It’s pretty exciting times in the nickel space at the moment with cobalt increasing as well.
“So, the plan now is to complete the raising, and then get Wingellina into development.”
Corps said the company’s IPO is open, with listing expected in early January.
Wingellina fully approved and ready to go
Hallam was originally the managing director of pre-Metals X entity Metals Exploration back when the Wingellina nickel-cobalt project was acquired in 2007 and he’s been heavily involved in getting the project development ready.
A Phase 1 Feasibility Study (+25%) with HPAL processing was completed in 2008 which indicated a 39-year project life producing around 40,000tpa of nickel and 3,000tpa of cobalt.
Since then Metals X has continued to undertake additional metallurgical optimisation, processing and infrastructure studies.
“We’re one of a handful of projects that are ready in the nickel area to be developed, because as you know, it takes many years to get a project off the ground, especially to get the approvals – but most of those approvals are in place and we’re ready to move forward,” Hallam said.
Next – update the pre-feasibility study
Corps said Wingellina has had around $60-odd million dollars spent on its development to date.
“It’s been proven up, it’s an extremely large nickel laterite limonite deposit 1.63 million tonnes in reserve, 2 million tonnes in resource,” he said.
“Since 2007, Metals X has done a pre-feasibility study, it’s gained all land access and EPA approvals as well
“A lot of work has been done developing the project to get it to the stage now where it’s in a development-ready position with all approvals in place.”
Hallam said the next step is to focus on any technology changes that may or may not have occurred over the last five years, and to update the pre-feasibility study.
Long-term nickel demand bodes well
“Because it’s such a large project, it does require quite a large upfront capital and that’s partly why it did go out into a final feasibility study in 2012, but the nickel price collapsed at the time,” Hallam said.
“Now the nickel price has recovered, so it’s time now to move forward and see what those opportunities are.
“Once you’ve developed this project, the payback is four to five years, and then you have a very, very long-term project.”
Hallam said the reserves of 1.63 million tonnes equates to 40,000 tonnes of nickel production per annum which equates to over 39 years of production – which at current nickel prices would equate to a revenue of over a billion dollars.
Corps adds that with the interest being shown by a lot of majors worldwide for long-term nickel supply there should be some “very interested parties” with the financial capabilities to back the project.
Priority retail allocation offer – There are 300 x $2,000 minimum allocations in the Nico Resources IPO available to subscribers of Marketech Focus. Go to www.nicoresources.com.au to download the prospectus, and for full details on how to apply under the priority offer through Marketech at www.marketech.com.au.
This article was developed in collaboration with Nico Resources Limited, a Stockhead advertiser at the time of publishing.
This article does not constitute financial product advice. You should consider obtaining independent advice before making any financial decisions.
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