Apella Resources Inc. (TSXV:APA,OTCQX:APAFF,FWB:NWN) announced a progress report on field work at the Lac Doré Vanadium-Iron-Titanium Project.

Apella Resources Inc. (TSXV:APA,OTCQX:APAFF,FWB:NWN) announced a progress report on field work at the Lac Doré Vanadium-Iron-Titanium Project.

As quoted in the press release:

Since the beginning of May, the field geological team is now engaged in channel sampling several previous McKenzie Bay stripping areas in order to confirm the intersections of the mineralization and their grades. This new channel sampling, now in progress, can be considered as a horizontal twin hole. To date, this work is still ongoing.

Click here for the Apella Resources Inc. (TSXV:APA) press release.

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"We're very excited about the targets, which were verified with geochem and considered as valid drill targets. It's approximately 40 percent greater than all silver mines globally. And 140 percent greater than most silver explorers and developers in the world," shared CMC Metals CEO Kevin Brewer.

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CMC Metals CEO Kevin Brewer shared that the company has five properties in that belt, including the flagship Silver Heart property. Since 2019, it has expanded the exploration footprint on that property by over 1,000 percent and identified eight new targets in that time.

"We're very excited about the targets, which were verified with geochem and considered as valid drill targets. It's approximately 40 percent greater than all silver mines globally. And 140 percent greater than most silver explorers and developers in the world. We know we're dealing with a very high-grade project at Silver Heart and some of our other properties in that district. We're very confident that our current strategy will lead to a discovery of not only one, but several high-grade polymetallic deposits in that district," added Brewer.

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"We have beautiful targets and we plan to go in and trench them first. We started putting in drill holes and started uncovering outcrops of mineralization late in the season. Overall, we've got 10,000 to 15,000 meter targets at this point. That's a lot for a small company like ours to take on, but we're going to be patient about it and we'll get there. We plan to do that," Brewer said.

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Ahrens, an author and manager of two noteworthy cannabis public funds — the AdvisorShares Pure Cannabis ETF (ARCA:YOLO) and the AdvisorShares Pure US Cannabis ETF (ARCA:MSOS) — is encouraged by what's ahead.


The industry has gone through a challenging period since the highs seen near the start of the year. According to Ahrens, the possibility of political changes at the federal level in the US initially built momentum. However, that anticipation has instead led to frustration over progress in the country.

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"Cannabis started with a big run-up in January and February … and things dragged from there," Ahrens said.

As of November 23, both MSOS and YOLO had seen double-digit drops year-to-date in the stock market, with MSOS down nearly 30 percent and YOLO dipping over 16 percent.

The exchange-traded fund manager said investors need to understand that volatility in the cannabis space will continue to be present. "It can drag on for quite awhile and be very painful," he said.

Despite the challenges of the year, Ahrens is encouraged by the maturity displayed by US operators in particular, which in his view are in desperate need of federal reform to elevate into the next phase.

"There's been a big, big separation between company performance, between the actual financials, revenue growth quarter-over-quarter and year-over-year, vs. the stock price," Ahrens told INN.

Watch the full interview above to hear the rest of Ahrens' thoughts on cannabis investments and what's ahead in 2022. You can also click here to watch the rest of the videos on our YouTube channel.

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