Sometimes a bear market lasts longer than expected, and this definitely seems to be the case for uranium. Although the spot price is relatively irrelevant in the greater scheme of things, a continuously low spot price has had a negative impact on the long-term contract prices as well. This created […]
Protean Energy (ASX:POW) has started its review of 36,000 meters of core from a 2013 drill program at Daejon, which is expected to take up to six months. Once completed, Protean might design a follow-up drill program to increase the current vanadium resource which stands at 17.3 million pounds at […]
Elysee Development (ELC.V) reported its financial results for the first nine months of its financial year (which ends in November). The company has earned a total of C$358,000 in those first three quarters, which means it lost approximately C$185,000 in the third quarter, which represents less than 1 cent per […]
The vanadium price has put in a very strong performance lately, and Western Uranium (WUC.C) is trying to capitalize on this. The company has signed a binding Letter of Intent to acquire the Graysill vanadium project from Pacific Gold & Royalty. The project is located in western Colorado where it […]
Yellow Rock Resources (ASX:YRR) has confirmed the existence of a high-grade zone at its Gabanintha Vanadium project in Australia. The company has just completed a 63 hole RC drill program and the drill results are quite encouraging as Yellow Rock intercepted relatively long intersections (12-16 meters) at a high grade […]
Yellow Rock Resources (ASX:YRR) has released the results of a concept study on its Gabanintha Vanadium project in Western Australia. For an estimated A$230M, the company could build a plant with a throughput of 2.1 million tonnes per year which would result in an annual vanadium pentoxide production of 22 […]
The Caesars Report Mining Top for 2012 only contains mining stocks we believe will perform better than their peers this year. Our aim is to outperform the markets, through picking undervalued shares with an acceptable risk/reward ratio.
2011 was an extremely disappointing year, as the Mining Top 25 closed with a return of -22.215%, underperforming the S&P by 18.89%, but outperforming the TSX Venture by 15.72%. We obviously expected a much better return, especially from our number 1-pick Empire Mining.
The Caesars Report Mining Top 25 for 2011 is composed entirely out of mining shares we believe will be the best performing stocks in their sector this year. Our aim is to outperform the markets, through picking undervalued shares with an acceptable risk/reward ratio.