Directors of a publicly traded company have a wide variety of ways to get shares of their company cheaply - private placements, warrants, options, etc.... That's why it's a strong vote of confidence when these "insiders" buy shares of the company on the open market, especially when it's done in significant volume. This is the case now with Australian explorer Conico (WKN A1W2NL / ASX CNJ)!
The winning streak continues as the seventh hole drilled by Goliath Resources (WKN A2P063 / TSXV GOT) to test the Surebet zone at its Golddigger project in British Columbia's "Golden Triangle" has once again returned a very thick interval - 48.2 meters* - of extensive quartz sulphide veins, traced some 600 meters north of the North of Cliff drill site.
Around gold deposits often exists mineralisation with particularly high values of so-called pathfinder minerals. In the region around the famous Fosterville gold mine of Kirkland Lake in the Australian state of Victoria, antimony has proven to be the most important pathfinder mineral. High antimony values have always been a strong sign that high-grade gold mineralization is close at hand. This is the backdrop against which to read AIS Resources Limited's (TSX: AIS; FRA: 5YHA) recent announcement on pathfinder minerals at its Fosterville-Toolleen project about 10 kilometers east of Fosterville. IE, the measured antimony values exceed the norm and are so exceptionally high that AIS management took the precaution of checking with the laboratory again as to whether there was a measurement error. The laboratory ruled this out after checking again.
Very interesting news from Pond Technologies (TSXV POND / WKN A2JDJM): the company, which develops sustainable solutions for climate change and food challenges, among others, surprisingly reports a cooperation with a major oil sands producer from Canada, which is a Fortune 500 company! The goal is to develop COVID-19 antigens from a unique algae strain to be used for rapid testing.
According to the latest estimates, the German economy alone will suffer damages of EUR 220 billion this year from attacks by cyber criminals. There is no end in sight to the attacks, but there are promising new technologies that will make it harder for hackers in the future. Montréal-based Quantum eMotion (TSXV: QNC; FRA: 34Q0) is currently working on miniaturizing hardware that takes advantage of the quantum mechanical random distribution of electrons for encryption.