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February 11, 2018

The Week In Review And A Look Ahead

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12 Comments

  1. Jon,

    “@brian I am not going to say that I dislike CSR, but I am not crazy about management. I got in at .21 and had a nice run up selling at .48. My 2 concerns are that the chart has broken its uptrend pattern (some will say different), 2. Cobalt is at its high and can it sustain. Usually heavy corrections in the metal can begin which kills the runs. The easy money is made when you have a metal in short supply and stocks at a low or with good fundementals, TA, and have a lot of room to go up. I have always found that metals take their turns and makes me wonder just how much higher it can go. Use for batteries or not, I think the easy money has been made.”

    This guy has valid arguments to a certain extent. Any response you have to this?
    Thanks.

    Comment by TradingAgent — February 11, 2018 @ 10:18 am

  2. Understand the comments. Question would be, isn’t the overall market unaware it will primarily be a cobalt company? Wouldn’t that market awareness help get the momentum back?

    Comment by flyinthruu — February 11, 2018 @ 10:54 am

  3. Pretty good video on Cobalt demand: http://palisaderadio.com/mike-beck-the-most-supply-constrained-commodity-on-earth-by-far/

    Comment by flyinthruu — February 11, 2018 @ 10:58 am

  4. One of the brightest individuals when it comes to Cobalt, TradingAgent, is the King of Cobalt – Gino Chitaroni, who I interviewed last year on one of my trips into the northern Ontario Cobalt Camp. Months later, he would appear on a CBS Evening News feature regarding Cobalt and the northern Ontario Camp. Chitaroni knows this sector better than anyone and there simply isn’t enough supply to meet demand, in his view, which is why he’s calling for prices to run to anywhere from $50 to even $100 a pound. It’s still early stages, and we haven’t seen Cobalt mania even take hold yet despite a couple of initial waves. As far as the northern Ontario Camp is concerned, again, early days with a lot of work and tens of millions of dollars yet to go into the ground. Great possibilities for new discoveries – Cobalt but also other metals. Very under-explored region, despite the more than 100 historical mines.

    Technically, CSR only broke its immediate uptrend in January, not its PRIMARY uptrend (for reasons unrelated to CSR), hence the pullback to new support from which a fresh uptrend within the broader trend will form. It’s important to focus on the big picture, not the daily fluctuations – we were correct about that last year when CSR completed a healthy retracement to 15 cents, and the situation is no different now.

    Comment by Jon - BMR — February 11, 2018 @ 11:05 am

  5. hello , do you guy have good expectation about imr.v ?

    Comment by nick — February 11, 2018 @ 11:41 am

  6. Yes I do, Nick. What’s happening there, at IMR’s Gowganda West Property, is that a broad area of high-grade Gold mineralization has been discovered in outcrop previously hidden by about a meter of moss and vegetation; this property is contiguous to Tahoe’s 4-million ounce deposit but has never been previously drilled or systematically explored due in part to poor historical mapping. Logging activities have helped bring about these new surface discoveries with Zone 3, several km south of the Tahoe deposit, stirring up the most interest, but other showings – Gold, Copper and even Cobalt – have been found throughout the property. A really fascinating and promising grassroots situation. Drilling starts shortly.

    Comment by Jon - BMR — February 11, 2018 @ 12:01 pm

  7. Hi Jon, do you know if MTS is looking to drill more in their prospective gold areas? If I’m not mistaken, taking nickel out of the equation, they’ve got an amazing property…

    Comment by flyinthruu — February 11, 2018 @ 12:12 pm

  8. Hi Jon, nice to see CLM getting a new website looking forward to news in regards to Aerial Survey and drilling hopefully soon after. Any other catalysts that I might be missing? Really like Dr. Lightfoot is behind the project and they quietly got lots of land before drilling commences. It’s also been holding like a rock with the market going through this correction.

    Comment by SteveSt — February 11, 2018 @ 12:20 pm

  9. Jon:
    Can you be more specific regarding IMR drilling shortly?
    This month?
    Next month?
    DO you still expect a move up before month end and why,in the event they don’t drill?
    Are you referring to a major drill program or something smaller?
    Thank you

    Comment by GoldenFalcons — February 11, 2018 @ 12:46 pm

  10. Given the surface discoveries in Zone 3 (3A and 3B), GoldenFalcons, which are 300 meters apart, they’re actively carrying out as much sampling as possible in addition to IP, I’m sure, to finalize the highest priority drill targets…hoping we see more news this coming week with drilling commencing prior to PDAC…I’m expecting a significant program that’s going to run in phases right through the summer…they have a lot of ground to cover…I expect to be doing a site visit during last week of February…

    Comment by Jon - BMR — February 11, 2018 @ 1:43 pm

  11. My attention is now focused on the Silver/Gold/Cobalt Triangle of NE Ontario in the Cobalt area. There we have CSR and a little to the North we have IMR and just across the Ontario border into Quebec we have GGM . Good News on Friday and now we should be getting follow-up News on any or all three any time soon. I just recently bot back into CSR and will begin buying back IMR this week coming. GGM stays until the CSR shares are distributed. Nice to have our own Triangle so close to home …. Farmer T

    Comment by farmer — February 11, 2018 @ 5:59 pm

  12. from the Sizzle – Since Gabe is posting it all over CEO, maybe the rest of us paying folk at BMR can have a look as well .” BMR: $GGI “This is no small system – the large disseminated halo, the tenors, the grades and widths in massive sulphides, the geochemistry, the geophysics and the district setting all point to an extraordinary geological event that may have produced the “Eskay Creek” of Nickel sulphide deposits at Nickel Mountain. In addition, geophysical anomalies similar to the hole 14 discovery zone are lined up like pearls on a string for 8 km to the northeast, and Metallis Resources ( $MTS , TSX-V) has very prospective ground to the east, the west and the south. This is shaping up to be a discovery that could change the entire junior resource market.”

    Comment by david — February 12, 2018 @ 7:44 am

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