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Uns interessieren „Unternehmer bei der Arbeit“: CEOs@work. Wir schauen dorthin, wo Neues entsteht, suchen Unternehmen mit einer echten Story; Unternehmer mit Leidenschaft, visionären Ideen und Können. Der Fokus liegt auf börsennotierten Start-ups aus Kanada und Australien, wo dieses Segment viel breiter ist als in Deutschland. Wir versuchen Investitionschancen früh zu erkennen und verfolgen sie langfristig. Die Auswahl der Unternehmen ist subjektiv und verdankt sich meist langjährigen Kontakten in beiden Märkten. Börse dient im ursprünglichen Sinn dazu, Risiken zu teilen, die für den Einzelnen zu groß wären. Die Kraft der Vielen erlaubt es innovativen Unternehmen sich zu finanzieren. Es ist eine Freude, als Investor Zukunftsideen zu unterstützen und dabei Geld zu verdienen.

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  • Group Ten Metals: First Stillwater West resource getting ever closer!

    Group Ten Metals (WKN A2AN4B / TSXV PGE) has an ambitious goal for this fall/winter: The Canadian explorer wants to deliver the first ever resource estimate on the giant Stillwater West project in Montana - directly adjacent to Sibanye Stillwater's platinum and palladium mining complex. And this extremely important milestone for any exploration company is getting closer and closer!

  • Granite Creek: After the routine, the free skate starts on the Carmacks copper-gold project

    We know from figure skating: After the compulsory part, comes the free skating. This principle also applies to exploration. Granite Creek Copper Ltd. (TSX.V: GCX; FRA: GRK) has successfully completed Phases 1 and 2 of its drill holes at the Carmacks Project in the Yukon and, from all indications, the they will be very successful in expanding historically known resources in a kind of compulsory part. That is what they set out to do. A total of 39 holes were drilled (20 holes in the form of RC drill holes). However, only 9 drill holes are back from the lab meaning plenty of newsflow to come.

  • Searchlight Resources Negotiates 100% of Bootleg Lake Gold

    Just in time for the end of summer, Searchlight Resources Inc. (TSXV:SCLT,FRA:2CC2) announced the closing of its 75 percent earn-in at the Bootleg Lake gold project near Creighton, Saskatchewan, five kilometers southwest of the Flin Flon mining complex. But the real news is that Searchlight now wants to acquire the remaining 25 percent in the project. Negotiations are underway with the owner, New Moon.

  • Blue Moon Metals Starts Step-Out Drilling on VMS Project in California

    Blue Moon Metals Inc. (TSXV: MOON; FRA: 8SX0) plans to use this year's drilling season in California to expand resources at its advanced VMS "Blue Moon" project and find additional mineralized zones not yet known. Initially, 3-4 step-out drill holes totaling 2,400 meters are planned. These drill holes will test a number of promising targets marked on the longitudinal section below.

  • Goldplay triggers acquisition of high-grade gold and copper projects!

    When first started to talk about Goldplay Mining (WKN A3CNY4 / TSXV AUC), the company already had two legs to stand on: the Scottie West project in the Canadian province of British Columbia and various copper and gold projects in Portugal. Only recently, Goldplay had then reported a significant acquisition in Portugal - and is now acquiring further promising land in British Columbia as well!

  • Granite Creek: High grade copper discoveries should increase tonnage and grades at Carmacks

    Granite Creek Copper (TSX.V: GCX; FRA: GRK) is expanding the potential of its Carmacks copper-gold-silver project in this year's drill program with renewed high-grade copper discoveries below the previously defined resource.

  • Conico hits next bull's eye on second Ryberg target

    The Cu-Ni-Co-Pd-Au Ryberg project in East Greenland is increasingly revealing its huge potential and gigantic dimensions. Also on the second target at Ryberg, the Sortekap prospect, Conico Ltd. (ASX: CNJ; FRA: BDD) has hit the bull's eye with its first drill hole SODD001. The 236.7-meter drill hole targeted an IP anomaly measured in 2020. The drill hole confirmed the presence of sulfide mineralization at the target depth. Meanwhile, the second drill hole, SODD002, has commenced. It is again targeting the IP anomaly and is located 350 m south of SODD001.

  • Element 29 drills 1,000 meters deep at Elida copper project

    Element 29 Resources Inc. (TSXV: ECU; FRA: 2IK) has begun a 4,000-metre drill program to further explore known copper mineralization at its Elida copper project in central Peru (see Figure 1). The program kicks off with a 1,000-meter vertical drill hole in the heart of the deposit. The Company also announces the retirement of Brian Booth, President and CEO. Booth is stepping down for personal reasons. The search for a suitable successor has begun.

  • Alianza Minerals and Cloudbreak Discovery Make First Acquisition Under Southwest US Copper Alliance with Klondike Project, Colorado

    Alianza Minerals Ltd. (TSX-V: ANZ, OTCQB: TARSF) (“Alianza”) and Cloudbreak Discovery PLC (LSE: CDL) (“Cloudbreak”)announce the acquisition of the first project generated from their newly formed Strategic Alliance (the “Alliance”). The Klondike Property, located in Colorado, consists of 72 Bureau of Land Management (BLM) claims and a State of Colorado Exploration Permit with an exclusive right to a State Lease.

  • Minto IPO is great news for Granite Creek

    A planned IPO in the high-grade Minto copper district in the Yukon is a breath of fresh air and is likely to unleash significant positive side effects for its earlier-stage neighbor Granite Creek (TSXV: GCX; FRA: GRK). The owners of the Minto copper mine, who restarted production in 2019 after acquiring the project from Capstone, want to take advantage of the current strong environment in the copper market to emerge as a Tier 1 mining company on the TSX Venture Exchange under the name Minto Metals Corp.

  • Max Resource: Five potential copper deposits along 80 km of strike

    Max Resource Corp. (TSX.V: MXR; Frankfurt: M1D2) is reporting one spectacular new copper discovery after another from its CESAR copper project in northeastern Colombia, and one is beginning to wonder what part of the story the market does not understand. That is because the stock is still bobbing along at CAD 0.23, below the last financing price of CAD 0.24.

  • Group Ten Metals Plans Largest Exploration Program to Date at Stillwater West

    Group Ten Metals Inc. (TSX.V: PGE; FSE: 5D32) is launching the largest drilling and exploration program in its history at the PGE-Ni-Cu-Co+Au polymetallic Stillwater West project in Montana this season. To expedite and expand that program, the company today announced a CAD 4 million financing to be placed through Canaccord and Research Capital. The price per share unit is CAD 0.40. Subscribers will also receive a 2-year warrant with an exercise price of CAD 0.55. This is the brokered deal the company has done and it should add significant, quality institutional money to the Group Ten shareholder base.

  • Granite Creek Copper begins 10,000 meters of drilling at Carmacks project

    10,000 meters of drilling is underway! Granite Creek Copper (TSX.V: GCX; FRA: GRK) has mobilized two drill rigs which will be turning simultaneously at its Carmacks copper-gold-silver project in central Yukon, Canada. This is a very early start to the drill season which means assay results are expected to be released throughout the summer. Given this program will wrap up in mid-June or so, the geological team is already considering the possibility for a second drill program later in the season if market conditions are favourable.

  • Cerro de Pasco Resources raises CAD 3 million again in oversubscribed placement

    Everyone wants environmentally friendly mining and the cleanup of contaminated sites. But when in doubt, small start-ups have to find the money themselves. This can be seen in the case of Cerro de Pasco Resources Inc. (CSE: CDPR; FRA: N8HP), which has set out with the vision of completely acquiring the Peruvian scandal project of the same name and rehabilitating it from the ground up, while continuing its commercial operations.


    Alianza Minerals Ltd. (TSX-V: ANZ, OTCQB: TARSF) (“Alianza” or the “Company”) reports it has acquired additional data pertaining to the Company’s Yanac Copper Project in Peru. Yanac is a drill-ready copper porphyry project located 50 km northeast of the town of Chincha Alta and 60 km from the Pacific coast.

  • Blue Moon Metals wants to finish in California what the majors have started

    The U.S., not to mention the entire West, needs to rethink its commodity supply chains. The realization is uncomfortable: for the beautiful vision of a fully electrified future, more mining is needed, not less. And geostrategic arguments aside, there are good reasons for taking the extraction of raw materials back into our own hands. After all, where better to ensure responsible extraction than on our own doorstep? The necessary change in mentality is a challenge for an entire generation.

  • Group Ten Appoints Fortescue Co-Founder Gordon Toll to Board of Directors

    Great people don't like to dwell on small things. That's why the caliber of the people involved allows certain assumptions to be made about the caliber of a company and project. This correlation is currently easy to observe at Group Ten Metals (TSX.V: PGE; FRA: 5D32), which has just announced the surprise appointment of Australian, Gordon Toll, as an independent director. Toll is a heavyweight by global mining industry standards. Among other things, he was a co-founder of Fortescue Metals Group (ASX: FMG), now the world's fourth largest iron ore producer with a current market capitalization of A$62 billion. If that's not a remarkable personal and business success story! The man even has a Wikipedia page.

  • How Granite Creek is going to benefit from the copper bull market

    There is no transition from fossil fuels to green energy without copper. There is no substitute for its use in electric motors; charging infrastructure and wiring, batteries, inverters, wind and solar power, and even 5G. Leading experts therefore consider copper the most critical of all critical metals because, unlike graphite or rare earths, for example, there is an actual shortage of copper. Goldman Sachs even predicts a return to the "structural bull market" of the 2000s, when most commodity prices boomed because demand exceeded available supply, especially in China and India. But unlike the previous supercycle, which depended on China, Goldman states the impending structural bull market will be driven by green energy spending, of which copper is a key component.

  • Conico Ltd: Could Greenland be Europe’s new, strategic commodity bank?

    We don't know what was driving former US President Donald Trump when he tweeted last year that he wanted to buy Greenland from Denmark. At the time, Trump referred to it as "essentially a large real estate deal".... Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen immediately called the idea "absurd". Firstly, Greenland was not for sale and secondly, it was "not Danish, but Greenlandic". But is Trump's idea really as crazy as it seems at first glance?

  • Group Ten: 2020 drill results confirm world-class potential at Stillwater West

    The pros have long had Group Ten Metals Inc. (TSX.V: PGE; FRA: 5D32) on the radar: The company has attracted the attention of major international mining groups who want a behind-the-scenes look at Group Ten's polymetallic Ni-Cu-Co PGE project, Stillwater West. Today's news - an initial summary of last year's drilling at the project - again underlines why these groups are so interested. The world-class special status of this large-scale project for battery metals in the USA is becoming increasingly clear - and this despite the fact that not even an initial resource has been published yet. Group Ten now wants to deliver this in the middle of 2021, taking into account the drillings that have just been published. By then at the latest, the broad market should also recognise the potential.