Savvy investors, brokers, and institutional investors try to identify future news items or “Catalysts” that address significant company milestones. Identifying and anticipating these news items can greatly influence an investor’s success.
Following are significant upcoming news catalysts that are expected in the next 30 days which have the potential to move the listed companies stock. These stock catalysts are a reminder of already publicly released plans.
October 2011 Stock Catalysts
Golden Touch Resources (TSXV:GOT) is currently drilling its Rubik’s Gold project in Northwestern Albania. A total of 21 holes are being drilled into the Gjazuj prospect. The first assay results are expected in October. Golden Touch has a market capitalization of about $11 million with $1.5 million in the bank (as of Sept 19th 2011).
Rara Terra Minerals (TSXV:RTX) is anticipating results of geophysical geochemical surveys on its Xeno and Lonnie REE projects in British Columbia. These results should help the company pick drill targets for a spring 2012 drill program. Rara Terra has a market capitalization of about $2.3 million and $1.9 million in the bank (as of Sept 19th, 2011).
Geologix Explorations (TSX:GIX) is expecting assay results this month from its ongoing 30,000-to-35,000 metre infill and resource expansion drilling campaign on its Tepal project in Mexico. The company currently has a NI-43-101 resource containing 1.6 Million oz gold and 725 million lbs of copper. In addition, results are also expected from a sampling and geophysics program that covered 160 sq km of untested ground on the property. These results could outline potential new zones for subsequent drill targets. Geologix has a market capitalization of about $60 million and $17 million in the bank (as of Sept 19th 2011).
More assay results are expected from Premium Exploration (TSXV:PEM) ongoing 25,000-metre drill program on its Idaho Gold project in Idaho. Premium is step-out drilling the Friday Zone resource and testing a new target known as the Deadwood Zone. The company currently has NI-43-101 indicated resources at the Friday Zone containing 343,000 oz gold (11.8 million tonnes @ 0.90 g/t Au) and inferred resources containing 879,000 oz gold (26.4 million tonnes @ 1.04 g/t Au).
In addition, the company also expects soil sampling results from the Deadwood Zone. To date, drilling under soil anomalies along structural targets has resulted in the identification of three deposits. Premium has a market capitalization of about $50 million and $4.5 million in the bank. (As of Sept 19th 2011).
Cache Exploration (TSXV:CAY) is anticipating results from a geochemical survey that will help it define targets on its Nueltin West REE property in Nunavut for a spring exploration program. Cache Exploration has a market capitalization of $4.2 million and $1.4 million in the till (As of Sept 19th 2011).
Stina Resources (TSXV:SQA) is expecting preliminary assay results from its 14-hole (2,550 metre) drill campaign on its Dime gold property in the Yukon. Stina has a market capitalization of about $11 million and $1.5 million in the bank (as of Sept 27, 2011).
Kirrin Resources (TSXV:KYM) is compiling soil and rock sampling data with geophysical data collected this summer from its Grevet REE project in northwestern Quebec. This compilation and interpretation is hoped to be released in October. Kirrin has a market capitalization of about $2.5 million and $500,000 in the bank (as of Sept 23rd, 2011).
Primary Petroleum (TSXV:PIE) hopes to finalize a Farmout and Joint Operating Agreement with a major U.S. based Industry Partner on its 291,000 net acres under lease and option in the Southern Alberta Basin Bakken Fairway of NW Montana. The completion of the transaction is expected to close on or before October 3rd 2011, when specific details of the formal agreement will be disclosed. Primary Petroleum has a market capitalization of about $120 million and $14 million in the bank (as of Sept 25th, 2011).
American Manganese (TSXV:AMY) is in the midst of preparing a Pre-Feasibility study on its Artillery Peak manganese project in Arizona. Over the next 30 days the company is expecting to release bench-scale test results regarding the processes related to Electrolytic Manganese Metal (EMM) production. The Ni-43-101 resource at Artillery Peak stands at 14.9 billion lbs Manganese (indicated) and 3.54 billion lbs (inferred). American Manganese has a market capitalization of $56.7 million and $7 million in the bank (as of Sept 27th 2011).
Greenlight Resources (TSXV:GR) is expecting results from a recent bulk till sampling program on its Kempville project in Nova Scotia. The bulk sample program is testing a very large “gold in till” anomaly measuring approximately 800 meters in width and extending 2,000 meters down ice. It is centered in an area between the two former gold mines and coincident with an area of high grade float. The company hopes to determine if there is sufficient gold to warrant an alluvial gold operation. Greenlight is earning an 80% interest in the project and currently has a market capitalization of $27 million and $500,000 in the bank.
Timberline Resources (TSXV:TLR) anticipates assay results throughout this summer and fall from its 30,000 ft drill program on its Lookout Mountain project in Navada’s prolific Battle Mountain/Eureka trend. The drill program is focused on expanding and upgrading the resources to NI 43-101 standards.
Timberline is also expecting additonal assay results from 15 additional holes from a 15,000 metre drilling campaign on its 50% owned Butte Highlands gold project in Southwestern Montana. Timberline has a market capitalization of about $45 million and $4 million in the bank (as of Sept 27th 2011).
Wealth Minerals (WML-TSX.V) is expecting assay resutlts from a 24 holes from a 26-hole (970.5 metres) diamond drill program on its 100%-owned Rodeo de los Molles Rare Earth Project (Rodeo) in Argentina. Wealth is currently in undertaking an aggressive multi-faceted program than includes surficial surveys, diamond drilling and metallurgical studies with the goal of establishing a NI-43-101 compliant resource at Rodeo.