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    Sold 102 shares of Nextgen Energy (NXE) @ 2.385/share | Profit $43.31

    Bought 166 shares of Almaden Minerals ltd @ 0.90/share
    Bought 384 shares of Cordoba Minerals corp @ 0.3898/shre
     
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    any recommendations?
     
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    I usually recommends a lot of things but stocks are not one of them as there are risks and I'm also not a financial advisor.
     
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    Sold 401 shares of ALMADEN MINERALS LTD | Profit $55.85
    Sold 1000 shares of ANFIELD RESOURCES INC | Profit $10.00
    Sold 714 shares of GOLDQUEST MINING CORP | Profit $49.98
    Sold 114 shares of ECOBALT SOLUTIONS INC | Profit $29.06
    Bought 383 shares NEXGEN ENERGY LTD | Cost $999.63
     
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    watchlist 1

    USAS - Americas Silver Corp – $3.62 | 2.48 - 5.04
    SVM - Silvercorp Metals Inc - $2.61 | 2.12 - 4.50
    EXK - Endeavour Silver - $2.30 | 1.94 - 4.90
    EXLLF - Excellon Resource Inc - $1.48 | 1.38 – 1.87
    ASM - Avino Silver & Gold Mines - $1.34 | 1.14 – 2.13
    ISVLF - Impact Silver Corp - $.28 | .19 - .67
    SZSMF - Santacruz Silver - $.089 | .062 - .30
    BHS - Bayhorse Silver - $0.20 | .13 - .27
    AXU - Alexco Resource Corp - $1.59 | 1.10 – 2.04
    AUNFF - Aurcana Resources - $.15 | 0.133 - 0.3606
    KOOYF - Kootenay Silver Inc - $.169 | 0.1354 - 0.292
    DOLLF - Dolly Varden Silver - $.56 | 0.352 - 0.7088
    DNCVF - Defiance Silver - $ .277 | 0.166 - 0.352
    BXTMF - Brixton Metals - $ .226 | 0.18 - 0.4685
    KLSVF - Klondike Silver - $0.0438 | 0.022 - 0.089
    ABBRF - AbraPlata Resource Corp - $ 0.1963 | 0.17 - 0.479


    silver watchlist 2:

    SVCMF - Silvercrest Metals - $ 1.42 | 0.8366 – 2.1 | $77.15M
    BHLL - Bunker Hill mining - $1.22 | 0 – 1.9261 | $30.36M
    SVBL - Silver Bull Resources - $0.123 | 0.0605 – 0.16 | $24.51M
    SVBRF - Silver Bear Resources - $0.1703 | 0.0836 – 0.3761 | N/A
    BITTF - Bitterroot Resources - $0.0964 | 0.021 – 0.2384 | $4M
    GNG - Golden Goliath - $0.04 | 0.03 – 0.08 | $3.73M
    MISVF - Minco Silver - $0.6728 | 0.4715 – 1.2268 | $41.17M
    HMX - Hunt Mining Corp - $0.25 | 0.13 – 0.34 | $15.9M
    SSVFF - Southern Silver - $0.3049 | 0.1731 – 0.456 | $29.23M
    BCEKF - Bear Creek Mining Corp - $1.58 | 1.33 – 2.61 | $166.19M
    SMI - Santana Minerals- $0.03 | 0.022 – 0.05 | $9.48M
    SSEBF - Silver Spruce Resources - $0.0466 | 0.03 – 0.078 | $3.51M
    GLGDF - GoGold Resources - $0.3504 | 0.2861 – 0.748 | $61.55M
    GARWF - Golden Arrow Resources - $0.567 | 0.2904 – 0.7126 | $54.97M
    AUMN - Golden Minerals - $0.43 | 0.37 – 0.85 | $39.75M
    LVNVF - Levon Resources - $0.2519 | 0.1981 – 0.3944 | $31.14M
    SVL - Silver Mines Ltd - $0.09 | 0.08-0.20 | 38.188M
    PSRVF - Prospero Silver - $0.077 | 0.077 – 0.2507 | $915.14K
    OCN - Oceanus Resources - $0.25 | 0.17 – 0.36 | $33.31M
    AZRMF - Azure Minerals - $0.31 | 0.02 – 0.8 | N/A
    EUUNF - Azarga Metal Corp - $0.0985 | 0.082 – 0.2883 | $5.75M
     
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    Authorized Shared (“AS”) - The maximum number of shares that a company can issue.

    Outstanding Shares (“OS”) - The number of shares held by investors. This includes company insiders as well but does not include restricted shares. Restricted shares are shares that are not able to be publickly-traded.

    Float – This can be determined by subtracting restricted shares from outstanding shares. Float is simply the total number of shares publicly-owned and available for trading.

    Fictitious company “XYZ” has 20 million outstanding shares. It has 5 million restricted shares. Therefore, the float would be 15 million shares (20 million outstanding shares – 5 million restricted shares = 15 million float)

    Check to make sure share structure is up to date before deciding to speculate.

    Ready-to-run
    Market value | $2.612,643 | a/o Mar 12, 2012
    Shares outstanding | 26,126,432 | a/o sep 30, 2011
    Float | 10,170,996 | a/o sep 30, 2011
    Authorized Shares | 100,000,000 | a/o sep 30, 2011

    Diluted
    Market value | $1,660,643 | a/o Feb 23, 2012
    Shares outstanding | 16,606,433,971 | a/o jan 27, 2011
    Float | N/A |
    Authorized Shares | 20,500,000,000 | a/o jan 27, 2011

    Example:
    Waves are felt when a group of people jump into a pool vs a group of people jumping into the sea.
    Probable Mineral Reserve
    A ‘Probable Mineral Reserve’ is the economically mineable part of an Indicated and, in
    some circumstances, a Measured Mineral Resource demonstrated by at least a Preliminary
    Feasibility Study. This Study must include adequate information on mining, processing,
    metallurgical, economic, and other relevant factors that demonstrate, at the time of
    reporting, that economic extraction can be justified.

    Proven Mineral Reserve
    A ‘Proven Mineral Reserve’ is the economically mineable part of a Measured Mineral
    Resource demonstrated by at least a Preliminary Feasibility Study. This Study must
    include adequate information on mining, processing, metallurgical, economic, and other
    relevant factors that demonstrate, at the time of reporting, that economic extraction is
    justified.

    http://www.mininguniversity.com/2012/06/proven-and-probable-mineral-reserves.html
    Measured - Quantity is computed from dimensions revealed in outcrops, trenches, workings, or drill holes; grade and(or) quality are computed from the results of detailed sampling. The sites for inspection, sampling, and measurement are spaced so cosely and the geologic character is so well defined that size, shape, depth, and mineral content of the sesource are well established.

    Indicated - Quantity and grade and(or) quality are computed from information similar to that used for measured resources, and measurement are farther apart or are otherwise less adequately spaced. The degreee of assurance, although lower than that for measured resources, is high enough to assume continuity between points of observation

    http://www.mininguniversity.com/2012/06/proven-and-probable-mineral-reserves.html


    SR = waste (tons) / ore (tons)
    the total share count when including warrants and options that are in the money.

    https://ceo.ca/mbgtrends?a5f89207512b
    Sustaining Capital is the periodic addition of fresh capital to the business that is required to maintain production & operations at existing levels. This is contrasted with expansionary capital that is incurred to grow production & operations.

    https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/problem-sustaining-capital-mining-metals-mike-elliott
     
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    From: miningstockeducation youtube.

    - Don’t invest in majors

    - Don’t invest in producers

    - The only time to buy a producer is if its a growth oriented producer and looking to be mid-tier

    - also needs to know how to run a balance sheet, in safe jurisdictions, & great management.

    - study whats going on globally (electric cars, uranium)

    - study the fundamentals of the market.

    - listen to your gut.

    - sign up for all the free email lists vs doing my own due diligence (talk to management, Geos, ask them what they think of certain deposits. The more something is pumped, the more its most likely a stinker.

    - shorted the sector on bear market.

    - swing trade 3x short ETFs.

    - stick with good companies with great management, in safe jurisdiction, district scale land package, high grade targets, cashed up,

    - market says small & micro cap companies, cashed up, major interest, good ownership, good share structure, district scale land packages.

    Buy 9 – 19.5% developer / explorers, like gold corp and eniko, buying early stage micro cap exploration companies, following what these companies are doing, and investing in the companies that they’re investing in, study the deals, then apply it to what i’m investing in, then find some that they’re going to come along and invest in.

    focus on district scale sized land packages, thats key. If the junior doesnt have this, im not interested. Because a major isnt interested.

    - majors continue to invest in quality junior developer / explorers and early stage exploration firms.

    - anticipate future global miner investments in juniors by focusing on the aspects of the deals which have recently taken place in the sector.

    - focus on district scale sized land packages in desirable jurisdictions.

    - who owns the stock? If its strong hands owning the stock, you dont have to worry about being sold that much by retail.

    - how much of the stock does management own? How do they own it? Own it with their own money? With options? If they don’t believe in it, then why should you?

    - pay close attention to the fully diluted shares and retail float of the company. Example: lets say you have an early stage exploration company, and they’re trading about 10c, 200m shares out, they just did a private placement, you say you’re getting into the stock., the private placement is most likely retail. A lot of the retail guys do when they buy a private placement, is sell the shares mediately when it becomes free trading after 4 months and keep the warrants. What you want to do is make sure they hit something within the 4 months. If they dont, its going to get hit pretty hard after the shares become free trading. And then they’ll have to come to market again below share price and dilute that share structure. Maybe another 100 million, 150 million. All of a sudden, they’re at 250 million and havent found anything yet.

    - how many warrants are out and at what price/when is expiry date?

    - when investing in early stage exploration juniors, take note of private placement closing dates.

    - check insider trading action while holding and/or researching a junior. Www.canadianinsider.com

    - try to limit investing no more than 2-3% of investment capital into any single junior.

    GDXJ is no longer a barometer for the junior sector.

    the first thing I do every morning when I turn on my computer is, I look at insidertrading.com. I look at what the top 10 buyers are on the venture and the TSX. If management has bought a bunch of shares, or somebody that is well known financially, like Ross Beaty, buying a bunch of shares, especially in the open market, thats a really good sign.

    Area plays:

    cisco mining concentrated all efforts on windfall deposit.

    - windfall district in urban-barry camp quebec

    - white gold district in the yukon

    - northwest territories in northern canada
     
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    District scale basically means a land package that is capable of proving up more than one major deposit. The term is a bit overused, because every company wants investors to think it has something on that scale, but it's really not very common.

    World class means different things to different people...i.e. for:
    The general public – something of oustanding quality
    Investors – they make lots of money for a long time
    Geologists – a deposit with a very big mineral endowment
    Promoters – something that might be big
     
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    456 http://fifighter.com/precious-metals/2015/10/the-best-junior-mining-gold-stocks-2015/

    Market Cycles
    Picking the right precious metals stocks can be a daunting task. Unlike your traditional companies, such as Johnson and Johnson (JNJ), Procter and Gamble (PG), Apple (AAPL), etc. these miners are highly, highly, highly, highly leveraged to an underlying commodity. So, if the spot price of gold (currently priced at $1,130/oz) continues to cave in (like it has over the last 4 years with gold falling from its 2011 high of $1,900/oz ), then business becomes excruciatingly more and more difficult to execute… no matter how outstanding and well-run your company is.

    As such, you can basically throw out traditional valuation metrics such as: P/E, EPS, PEG, etc. Don’t waste your time. Sure, it’s definitely helpful to look at a company’s balance sheet, but even a metric such as Book Value or P/B won’t really tell you that much… Right now, practically all mining stocks trade at a P/B of below 1, which is almost unheard of in other industries…

    (What is a good P B ratio? Traditionally, any value under 1.0 is considered a good P/B value, indicating a potentially undervalued stock. However, value investors often consider stocks with a P/B value under 3.0. P/B ratio examines market capitalization in relation to the book value of a company as shown on its balance sheet.)

    To evaluate mining companies, you have to dig deeper and understand the story behind the industry… Perhaps more so than any other sector out there, the mining game is comprised of nothing more than boom and bust periods.

    Quite frankly, what I’m really looking for are smaller up-and-coming producers, developers, and explorers who weren’t really around during the last market cycle to screw things up. In other words, the companies that I’m looking for are the ones who aren’t encumbered by an overwhelming degree of bad debt.

    I want companies who were just starting up around 2011 and were able to observe and learn from all the stupid mistakes that the major producers made…

    A fresh start, or clean slate are positives in my book. I want my speculations to start the race to the upside at the starting line, not 20 yards behind (like ABX/ABX.TO).

    These quality junior companies should now be just entering production, far along in development, or on the cusp of completing a very attractive Feasibility Study to further validate their project so that they can position themselves as a strong candidate as a takeover target from a major producer.

    Those are the types of companies I want to speculate my hard earned dollars into!

    In the mining business, you actually never really do speculate in a company. Rather, you speculate in the people who run the show. Unlike perhaps any other business out there, when speculating in a mining company, you had better select the right management team! Nothing will doom you to failure or mediocrity more than backing the wrong horse(s)!

    Just look at Randgold Resources (GOLD) as the perfect example of what a high quality management team can do for a stock. Whereas most mining shares are down 80% to 90% over the last 5 years, GOLD has held together much more firmly, down just ~43%. In this type of blood bath environment, those are some pretty impressive results to say the least!

    So, as I educated myself and learned more about the mining industry, one thing I realized early on is that you only want to speculate in the absolute best leadership teams out there. These are individuals who have a proven track record of delivering projects both on-time and on-budget. Further, these individuals need to have a history of not only creating billions of dollars of wealth for themselves, but more importantly, for their shareholders!

    Believe it or not, the best-of-the-best mining executes are actually quite easy to pick out. They are ubiquitous within the industry, so you just have to do a little bit of homework to find out who the all-star players are…
     
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    DEFINITION of 'Assay' ... In financial markets, the term assay usually refers to the chemical analysis of a mineral or ore sample to ascertain its content of precious metals or minerals, such as gold, copper, or uranium.



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    [​IMG]
    The “all-in sustaining costs” is an extension of existing “cash cost” metrics and incorporate costs related to sustaining production. The “all-in costs” includes additional costs which reflect the varying costs of producing gold over the life-cycle of a mine.

    Since establishing formal guidelines in 2013, the World Gold Council’s (WGC) All-In Sustaining Cost (AISC) has been an important metric for comparing costs per payable metal unit sold for gold mining companies. However, it should not be a surprise that there are many interpretations of AISC, even with explicit WGC guidelines. While AISC is used by the investment community in ranking current producers, it is also often quoted by companies in valuations for mineral projects not yet in production. However, such technical-economic valuations using accepted best practices (as seen in NI 43-101 technical reports) are invariably in conflict with several aspects of the AISC guidelines. This presentation attempts to highlight the discrepancies between AISC guidelines and standard technical-economic valuations. To this end, for mineral project valuations not yet in production, SRK advocates a “Total Cash Cost” concept which reports costs per payable metal unit sold during life of mine commercial operations.

    http://www.denvergold.org/other-events/reconciling-aisc-to-mineral-project-valuations/

    Production costs plus all costs relating to sustaining current production and sustaining capital expenditure.

    http://www.thisisgold.co.za/facts-and-figures/definitions/225-all-in-sustaining-costs
     
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    Google finance for charts:
    https://www.google.com/search?q=TSE:DNA&tbm=fin#scso=uid_Wx5MWoT1JYOcjwPOs5HwCg_5:0

    Yahoo finance for: Valuation measures, Financial highlights, & Trading Information
    https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/PVG.TO/key-statistics?ltr=1
    [​IMG]
    A junior mining company is an exploration company in search of new deposits of gold, silver, uranium or other precious metals. A junior gold miner is a junior company that exclusively mines gold. Most of these companies are in the development and exploration phase and are on the lookout for land with a higher chance for uncovering large mineral deposits.

    As an investor, it is important to be able to tell the difference between a legitimate company ready to strike it rich and fly-by-night operations. If you are able to invest in a company before it hits the mother lode, you could be rewarded handsomely. Junior miners are often considered growth stocks. Many junior miners are penny stocks. These companies usually do not pay dividends, as they need to reinvest earnings to mine for gold.

    There is much debate surrounding the criteria that classify a company as a junior gold miner. There is no universal definition of a junior gold mining company. Some financial analysts consider gold mining companies not listed on the Philadelphia Gold and Silver Sector Index (XAU) or the Amex Gold BUGS Index (HUI) as junior gold miners. Other criteria used to determine if a company is junior include its company’s resources, its proximity to gold production and the quantity of gold it has uncovered in recent years.

    Unlike a full-fledged gold mining operation, a junior gold miner typically does not have its own mining operation. A junior miner is a venture capital firm; it mainly relies on venture capital to secure its financing to undertake mining operations. There is some gray area in the definition of junior miner. Some financial analysts consider mid-tier mining operations junior if they recently decided to go into the development and exploration phase. There are publications available that list up-and-coming junior miners for a subscription fee.

    Another source of junior gold miners is the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX). The Toronto Stock Exchange and TSX Venture Exchange have hundreds of mining companies listed. The TSXV is your best source for junior miners. This stock exchange has mining companies conveniently broken down into categories. Just like any other industry, market capitalization is a criterion commonly used to determine junior miner companies. On the TSXV, you can typically find small-cap companies. Small-cap miners are those in the early-stage of development with market caps of $1 million to $5 million.

    Junior gold miner operations are typically high-risk. A company only has a limited amount of capital to strike it rich. If it fails to discover gold mines before its debt comes due, it may have no choice but to file for bankruptcy. Junior gold miners are typically very sensitive to the price of gold. If the price of gold suddenly drops, it may no longer be financially feasible to operate.

    https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/040815/what-criteria-classify-company-junior-gold-miner.asp
    A good management team/board of directors coupled with high insider ownership and/or recent insider buying is probably the best and cheapest positive due diligence any investor can get.

    http://www.thehedgelesshorseman.com/investing-strategies/lessons-learned-2017-lesson-number-1/

    I totally agree "people" is very important. But I consider it much more nuanced than what we usually hear. 1. Far too often, I see a massive premium for 'top people'. Sometimes it's worth paying...but I personally would much rather bet on 'pretty good' management, where I think they are solid overall, but maybe lack in #promotional ability, or maybe not as widely respected in the industry as they should be (either because they are too young/new, or they just aren't in an 'inner circle', or they rub people the wrong way, etc.) I like calling these 'B people' compared to 'A people' that everyone wants. I DO think you have to be extra careful...because someone you think is a 'B person' could very well be a 'C' or much worse. 'A people' are easier to figure out, since they get repeated over and over and almost always have many successes under their belt (though I still think there are people who don't deserve an 'A' that get promoted as if they do). This is just my opinion based on following the industry the last few years. I have had success finding what I consider 'B people' where I think they might have 'A projects', and they are hugely undervalued because of it.

    https://ceo.ca/mbgtrends?453438c4ff3b

    2. But of course I would always love 'A people' if I don't have to pay up for them!

    I think $ORG was an excellent example a year ago. I still think it's pretty good value...but you got the best-of-the-best, with the only real reason it was undervalued being that people couldn't get over #Sudan (and now they finally are!). Of course, you know all about this too :)

    But I will also mention my current favorite, $MEP.AX, because those guys are proven winners.....but literally NO ONE outside of #sprott / #sprottglobal seems to realize this in North America. They discovered #ProminentHill, a really top quality mine...that again, most people in North America have no idea exists.

    $MEP.AX would likely be consider A-quality all the way if it was listed in Canada...but it isn't. So it's my best example of simple #ExchangeArbitrage, where you basically get a top management team for free, while they are onto a serious #copper #gold #discovery. And there's a bunch of other interesting projects. All in #Australia. Top management/people and all this other value for ~20M enterprise value

    Would love for anyone to point me in the direction of more $ORG's or $MEP.AX's! (the smaller the market cap the better)

    https://ceo.ca/mbgtrends?e675c02b1465

    @zentrarian @MiningBookGuy Very clever thinking. I like the analogy of betting on the horses (sorry again, @HHorseman). The best odds aren't usually on the favorite (because so many amateurs are betting on it) nor are they on the longshots (because the odds on them are so unfavorable). The best risk-reward is to play the middle of the pack, preferably a horse near the front but that doesn't particularly stand out. In other words, your B- Team. That said, the favorite (A-Team) might be a better bet on a slow racing day, i.e., on a pullback when attendance (volume) is low.

    https://ceo.ca/mbgtrends?4e102fd6fbb8

    @HHorseman @MiningBookGuy The hardest (almost impossible) part is how to calculate fair R/R value for a junior explorer, and especially what "fair" Expected Value (management premium) should be added. I personally think that for example a slow growing producer shouldn't have that big of a % premium, but with early stage explorers, I would be willing to buy in even at a 100% premium given the fact that I am no geologist

    https://ceo.ca/mbgtrends?71208c36b962

    @HHorseman I just think many investors (especially new) totally underestimates how de-risked a project should be simply due to it having been selected by an A player. I mean I bought Golden Tag Resources 2 years ago for christ sake :D. I just looked at the numbers and went "wow it's really cheap"... Not a grass root explorer but Beaty would never run or be involved in a company like that for example in the first place. The sweet spot would be an apparent B player (unknown) with A player talents whos company is trading for $10 M when an identical company headed by an A player would trade at $20 M... There's a big difference between a 50 bagger and a 100 bagger

    https://ceo.ca/mbgtrends?11ae60abd81a
     
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    @Excelsior #Silver #Producers posting a solid ~Green day to kick of 2018! #mbgtrends
    $HMX Hunt Mining Corp. +20.00%
    $SCZ Santacruz Silver Mining Ltd. +13.64%
    $USAS Americas Silver Corporation +12.43%
    $SVM Silvercorp Metals Inc. +9.54%
    $EXK Endeavour Silver Corp. +8.79%
    $MYA Maya Gold and Silver Inc. +8.54%
    $ASM Avino Silver & Gold Mines Ltd. +7.46%
    $IPT IMPACT Silver Corp. +7.25%
    $AG First Majestic Silver Corp. +7.12%
    $HL Hecla Mining Company +6.80%
    $CDE Coeur Mining, Inc. +6.27%
    $TAHO Tahoe Resources Inc. +5.64%
    $EXN Excellon Resources Inc. +4.35%
    $GPL Great Panther Silver Limited +3.88%
    $FSM Fortuna Silver Mines Inc. +2.11%
    $SSRM SSR Mining Inc. +1.71%
    $PAAS Pan American Silver Corp. +1.54%
    $FRES.L Fresnillo PLC +0.42%
    @Excelsior #Silver #Developers & #Explorers that also had a ~Green day to kick of 2018 #mbgtrends
    $SBR Silver Bear Resources Plc +36.11%
    $ASL Argentum Silver Corp. +20.00%
    $AUN Aurcana Corporation +18.42%
    $BBB Brixton Metals Corporation +16.67%
    $GNG Golden Goliath Resources Ltd. +14.29%
    $MSV Minco Silver Corporation +12.94%
    $SVB Silver Bull Resources, Inc. +12.90%
    $GTA
    GTA Resources and Mining Inc. +11.11%
    $SVE Silver One Resources Inc. +10.53%
    $BCK Blind Creek Resources Ltd. +10.00%
    $LVN Levon Resources Ltd. +9.38%
    $WRM.AX White Rock Minerals Ltd +8.33%
    $REX Orex Minerals Inc. +7.41%
    $SNG Silver Range Resources Ltd. +7.14%
    $AGQ.L Arian Silver Corporation +6.67%
    $IVR.AX Investigator Resources Limited +5.56%
    $AXU Alexco Resource Corp. +5.03%
    $BCM Bear Creek Mining Corporation +4.95%
    $AUMN Golden Minerals Company +2.80%
    $SIL SilverCrest Metals Inc. +2.79%
    $BNKR Bunker Hill Mining Corp. +2.61%
    $MAG MAG Silver Corp. +2.58%
    $KTN Kootenay Silver Inc +2.44%
    $GRG Golden Arrow Resources Corporation +1.43%
    $DV Dolly Varden Silver Corporation +1.41%
    $SVL.AX Silver Mines Limited +1.12%
     
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  17. Xxandro

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    Sold 3464 shares of Alexandria Minerals Corp (ALXDF) @ 0.0669/share | Profit: $78.29 | % gains: 51.02%
     
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