Stockwatch Street Wires
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for June 20, 2018
Lucara Diamond had a so-so first tender of exceptional diamonds this year. Deer Horn Capital continues to tout tellurium. First Cobalt has new assays from its Iron Creek cobalt project in Idaho. Global energy has cobalt assays from Millennium in Australia.
- Shell Summary for June 20, 2018
John Thompson and Azim Dhalla's first shell, Foremost Ventures, begins trading. So does Mo Fazil's second shell, Elephant Hill Capital. David Smalley and Larry Doan's third shell, Ponderous Panda Capital, arranges a marijuana biotech QT.
- Gold Summary for June 20, 2018
Enforcer Gold has received new assays from MOP II on its Rogers project in Quebec. Anaconda Mining is planning a new drill program at its Point Rousse project in Newfoundland. Lumina Gold has new assays from Cangrejos in Ecuador.
- Shell Summary for June 19, 2018
Roger Daher's first capital pool shell, Skyscape Capital, plans to acquire Cameron MacDonald's aspiring oil and gas explorer, Salida Energy. Navin Varshney's NEX shell, Earny Resources, plans to acquire a California marijuana vape maker, Orchid Essentials.
- BCSC adds Corrigan to Forum manipulation case
The BCSC has placed former Vancouver broker Doug Corrigan on the list of those it accuses of manipulating Forum National Investments Ltd. in 2012. The regulator claims that he entered trades in nominee accounts.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for June 19, 2018
Search Minerals is still seeking cash to drill Fox Deep and do its environmental dance at Foxtrot. Alphamin Resources has raised more cash for its Bisie tin mine. Neo Lithium has assays from wells at its 3Q project in Argentina.
- Gold Summary for June 19, 2018
IDM Mining has updated its resource estimate for the Red Mountain gold project in northwestern B.C. Cabral Gold has received sampling assays at its Cuiu Cuiu project in Brazil, including some from new areas. Oceanagold has boosted its production guidance thanks to Didipio.
- SEC seeks ban, $5.1-million (U.S.) order for McDiarmid
The SEC has asked a California judge to enter a $5.1-million (U.S.) default judgment against B.C. resident Jason McDiarmid. The regulator says that Mr. McDiarmid was behind a 2015 pump-and-dump in the U.S.
- Shell Summary for June 18, 2018
Navin Varshney plans to list his fifth capital pool shell, Usha Resources, with a 10-cent IPO. His first four capital pool shells yielded three successes and one failure for their IPO investors.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for June 18, 2018
Altius Minerals hopes to spin off its Lynx diamond project in Manitoba. Leading Edge Materials is still answering government questions about its Norra Karr rare earth project in Sweden. International Lithium is selling more debentures.
- Gold Summary for June 18, 2018
Terrax Minerals has a new president and CEO, but his predecessors are sticking around. Pure Gold Mining has high-grade assays from the Wedge zones at Madsen, in Northwestern Ontario. Pretium Resources has a long gold hit from drilling at Brucejack in B.C.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for June 15, 2018
Five Star Diamonds has big plans for Maravilha and Catalao -- perhaps. Belmont Resources hopes to be drilling at its Kibby lithium project in Nevada. Iconic Minerals has completed a third hole at Bonnie Claire, its lithium project in Nevada.
- Gold Summary for June 15, 2018
Gowest Gold has set the prices for its $5-million placement. It needs cash to pay bills and advance the Bradshaw project in Ontario. Orosur Mining is seeking to solve its financial woes in Uruguay. Nxgold has raised cash for its Pilbara gold project.
- Shell Summary for June 15, 2018
James Hutton's first shell, Owl Capital, begins trading. It is raising $1.5-million in a private placement at 10 cents. Mike Belantis's first shell, Rebel Capital, arranges a QT with Spektra Drilling. Peter Karos plans to list his first shell, 10674419 Canada Corp.
- Resource Group defendant Sahachaisere to appeal
Resource Group International Inc. defendant Songkram Sahachaisere is preparing an appeal of the conviction that he received for a $120-million (U.S.) fraud run by Toronto's Sandy Winick. He claims that an FBI agent's testimony was improper.
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