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Here are some of the top high-volume trading stocks on the TSX Venture Exchange for the week ended May 31.

Here are some of the top high-volume trading junior mining stocks on the Toronto Stock Exchange Venture (TSXV) for the week ending on May 31.

North Arrow Minerals (TSXV:NAR)

This Canada-based exploration company saw 1,000 net buys last week, trading at $0.70, a 2.9-percent increase. The company focuses ondiamond exploration opportunities in Canada, with its key project being the Lac de Gras joint venture with Dominion Diamond (TSX:DDC,NYSE:DDC). Lac de Gras is located within 6 miles of the Diavik diamond mine. North Arrow Minerals also holds the Pikoo, Qilalugaq and Timiskaming projects, all of which are currently operated by Stornoway Diamond (TSX:SWY).

Atacama Pacific Gold (TSXV:ATM)

This company saw 50,000 net buys last week, trading at $1.75, a 9.3-percent increase. Atacama is developing precious metals properties in Chile. Its main property is the Cerro Maricunga oxide-associated gold project in Region III, one of the biggest undeveloped oxide gold deposits in the world. The company also owns four other mineral properties in close proximity to Cerro Maricunga. The first is the Cerro Maricunga oxide-associated gold project, which is 100-percent owned by the company; Toro project, which is under option to purchase; and the Pircas gold project is optioned to a third party. Atacama also owns a fifth property in Region I.

Teras Resources (TXSV:TRA)

This exploration company saw 1,028 net buys last week, trading at $0.64, an increase of 1.6 percent. Teras engages in the exploration of mineral properties in Montana, Nevada and Cahuilla, California. The company’s main project is located in Northwest Imperial County, California. The Cahuilla project is an epithermal, sediment-hosted, hot springs vein, stockwork and disseminated gold-silver system. The company also owns The Golden Jubilee property, a gold vein deposit in Southeastern Montana.

Kobex Minerals (TXSV:KXM)

Kobex Minerals saw 8,500 net buys last week, trading at $0.55, a 5.1-percent decline. The company focuses on properties in Argentina, Peru and Canada. It owns two properties in Yukon, Canada: the Mel property and the Barb property. Both properties host zinc, lead and silver. The Mel property is made up of 257 mineral claims in the Watson Lake Mining District, which is about 62 miles north of the town of Watson Lake, while the Barb property consists of 21 mineral claims in the same district.

Kootenay Silver (TXSV:KTN)

This Vancouver-based mining company saw 15,500 net buys last week, trading at $0.88, a 1.1 percent increase. Kootenay owns a variety of projects in Canada and Mexico, its flagship property being the Promontorio project, an open-pit mine with an estimated 44.5 million tonnes grading an average of 64.32 grams per tonne silver equivalent, plus 14.6 million tonnes grading an average 519.95 gpt silver equivalent. The project is located in Sonora, Mexico, and contains an estimated 92 million tonnes of silver equivalent total.


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