Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Investors Guru Featured Stock News - Amex/TSX: URZ Uranerz Energy

Uranerz Completes $20 Million Financing


CASPER, WYOMING -- (Marketwire) -- 12/29/10 -- Uranerz Energy Corporation ("Uranerz" or the "Company") (TSX: URZ) (NYSE Amex: UZR) (FRANKFURT: U9E) is pleased to announce that it has completed its "at-the-market" financing and has raised US$20 million in gross proceeds through Haywood Securities (USA) Inc., acting as agent.

Uranerz Energy Corporation now has approximately $36 million in its treasury, and there are 70,781,433 shares issued and outstanding. The Company is well-positioned in anticipation of receipt of the required licenses and permits to begin construction of the Nichols Ranch ISR Uranium Project.

About Uranerz
Uranerz Energy Corporation is a U.S.-based uranium company focused on achieving near-term commercial in-situ recovery ("ISR") uranium production in Wyoming, the largest producer of uranium of any U.S. state. The Uranerz management team has specialized expertise in the ISR uranium mining method, and has a record of licensing, constructing and operating commercial ISR uranium projects.

Uranerz Energy Corporation is listed on the NYSE Amex and the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol "URZ," and listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the symbol "U9E."

Further Information
For further information, please contact Derek Iwanaka, Manager of Investor Relations at 1-800-689-1659 or by email at info@uranerz.com. Alternatively, please refer to the Company's website at www.uranerz.com, review the Company's filings with the SEC at www.sec.gov or visit the Company's profile on SEDAR at www.sedar.com.

Forward-looking Statements
This press release may contain or refer to "forward-looking information" and "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of applicable United States and Canadian securities laws, which may include, but are not limited to, statements with respect to the Company's anticipation that it will receive permits and licenses to begin construction of the Nichols Ranch ISR Uranium Project, anticipated use of proceeds, future production, planned development, capital, the availability of future financing for exploration or development, the regulatory approval of planned operations, and other plans, estimates and expectations. Such forward-looking statements reflect the Company's current views with respect to future events and are subject to certain risks, uncertainties and assumptions, including the risks and uncertainties outlined in the Company's most recent financial statements and reports and registration statement filed with the SEC (available at www.sec.gov) and with Canadian securities regulators (available at www.sedar.com). Should one or more of these risks or uncertainties materialize, or should underlying assumptions prove incorrect, actual results may vary materially from those anticipated, believed, estimated or expected. We do not undertake to update forward-looking information or forward-looking statements, except as required by law.

Contacts:
Uranerz Energy Corporation
Derek Iwanaka
Manager of Investor Relations
1-800-689-1659
info@uranerz.com
www.uranerz.com



Source: Marketwire (December 29, 2010 - 9:01 AM EST)

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

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TSXV:
CLD Cangold Limited $0.105 +.025 3m YH,
BKT Brookemont Capital $0.21 +.005 5m,
SD Sidon Intl. Resources $0.195 +.01 3m,
EAG Eagle Hill Exploration $0.24 +.02 14m,
QEI Quetzal Energy $0.205 +.01 8m,
NVS Novus Energy $1.01 +.11 7m


Friday, December 10, 2010

Investors Guru Small Cap Stock Observer

(TSX: EDV) Endeavour Mining - Canaccord Genuity Reports On Endeavour Mining


Endeavour Mining Corp (TSX: EDV) is a company in transition.

In September, Endeavour sold its 43% stake in Crew Gold (TSX: CRU) for a quick $80 million profit. EDV also advised on the $858 million project financing for Baja Mining Corp, which closed a couple of weeks ago.

But Endeavour is changing its focus to gold production.

A November 18, 2010 research report from Canaccord Genuity raises the target price for EDV from $4.65 to $5.00.

The report, authored by Nicholas Campbell, states that “EDV is one of the cheapest gold producers in our coverage universe. EDV is trading at an EV of only US$50/oz compared with the junior gold average of US$138/oz”.

Endeavour is a junior gold producer with a 90% interest in the Youga gold mine in Burkina Faso, an 85% interest in the Agbaou gold project in Cote d’Ivoire and a 40% interest in the Finkolo gold project in Mali.


The company is currently producing about 80,000 ounces of gold per year. Canaccord Genuity expects this to grow to 175,000 ounces of gold per year by 2013.

“Endeavour ended the quarter with US$187.8 million in cash and equivalents, US$22.4
million in long-term debt with an undrawn US$100 million acquisition facility in place,” states the report, “Endeavour has been vocal about its intention to use its substantial balance sheet to grow its production through acquisition. Investors continue to wait and see what the company intends to make a bid on and how much it pays to add new production ounces to its platform.”

Apparently size does matter.

Expressed as a multiple of Net Asset Value (NAV), the valuations given to intermediate gold producers are significantly higher than juniors.

So there are two big accelerants to EDV’s market cap and stock price:
1.) The long-term upward trend in gold prices,
2.) Higher valuation of the company as it moves into a new class of gold producer.

The power of this twin-engine jet is causing Canaccord to predict a 75% increase in stock price over the next 12 months.


But if the market is “always right” – then why is EDV such a screaming bargain?

The answer to this question may be buried in the Canaccord report: “Some investors have been hesitant in taking a position in EDV as the company transitioned into a gold producer.”

Moving from this business model to operating gold mines in Africa is a big leap. Too big to provide comfort for the market, however the early data out of the Youga mine – which Endeavour is now operating - suggests the operational expertise is there.


The Youga mine had a solid quarter of operations, producing 23,173 ounces of gold at a cash cost of US$598 per ounce.

“EDV is a cash flowing, producing gold company with organic growth and a substantial balance sheet,” summarizes the report, “for those interested in holding or building a position in gold equities, ”.

The market’s conservatism around business model transformation may have created a buying opportunity - for those who believe that Endeavour will thrive as a gold producer.

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Thursday, December 9, 2010

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TSXV:
ABR Ashburton Ventures $0.23 +.125 56m NH,
GM Geo Minerals $0.12 +.05 12m,
SFF Seafield Resources $0.62 +.07 16m,

TSX:
CAN Canaco Resources $6.05 +.77 2m NH,

OTCBB:
ACTC Advanced Cell Technology $0.165 +.014 55m,

NASDAQ:
EPCT EpiCept Corp. $0.70 +.25 2m,
CAPS Capstone Therapeutics $1.19 +.23 2m YH

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

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TSXV:
AVR Avion Gold Corp $1.45 +.08 2m NH,
PPI Passport Potash $0.35 +.04 6m YH,
EPO Encanto Potash $0.375 -.03 4m,
PDQ Petrodorado Energy $0.71 +.04 9m NH,
SSU Silver Sun Resource $0.165 +.045 4m NH,
SXL SLAM Exploration $0.195 +.01 3m,

TSX:
FIU First Uranium Corp $1.40 +.03 2m,

NASDAQ:
URRE Uranium Resources Inc. $3.73 +.24 12m YH

Friday, November 19, 2010

Investors Guru Small Cap Stock Observer

(TSXV: EPO) Encanto Potash - Drilling Confirms Potash Resource Potential


All eyes have been keenly focused on the Potash sector as BHP Billiton's (NYSE: BHP) failed bid for Potash Corp (NYSE: POT) (TSX: POT) is showcased about in the Canadian press. The Potash sector as a whole has excellent fundamentals as potash has no commercial substitute. Potash is the primary ingredient in fertilizer, which increases crop yields and resistance to poor weather. World population continues growing rapidly, especially in India and China, with the supply of arable land decreasing year after year.

BHP has made it very clear they really like potash, and not just Potash Corp. Last year they bought Athabasca Potash for $341 million dollars, based on a resource alone of 465 million tonnes, and this year they announced they were going to spend upwards of $12 billion dollars to develop the Jansen mine in Saskatchewan. The question now is where BHP will look next, as it is surely exploring an alternative scenario if the Potash Corp bid falls through the cracks.

There are 3 potash juniors in the Saskatchewan basin that have been subject to much takeover talk in recent months, including Encanto Potash (TSXV: EPO), Western Potash (TSXV: WPX) and Potash One (TSX: KCL). Encanto is however the only junior without a sizeable 43-101 resource behind them. Their exploration program is currently underway and they've had some favourable results as they move towards their milestone 43-101 expected in early Q1 next year.

Encanto has been making news lately as they recently signed a binding joint venture agreement with the Muskowekwan First Nations. The company just released results from their second drill hole on the Mukowekwan project and the numbers are consistent and arguably better than some of Potash Corp's producing mines in the region. The grades and thickness are right on trend with Potash Corp's Rocanville and Allan producing potash mines, and Athabasca Potash's (now BHP's) Burr property.

Source: Industrial Alliance

Encanto is still in the exploration stage and will likely not garner much of an institutional following or any analyst coverage until it achieves its first resource. It has however made the resource watch list from Industrial Alliance Securities. Adam Machionni, mining research analyst at Industrial Alliance has initiated coverage and states that these results "confirm 'their' view that the prospect holds the potential to host a resource in the order of several hundred million to over one billion tonnes of potentially underground mineable potash ore."

Marchionni states that Encanto's upper belle plaine appears most favourable for economic development as it has returned consistent ore grades over mineable widths. He believes that although there is considerable work required to define the mineralization and potential for the development of a mine on the prospect, the risk reward profile is highly attractive.


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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

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TSXV:
MVN Madalena Ventures $0.70 +.05 7m YH,
PPI Passport Potash $0.14 +.045 4m YH,
VER Vecta Energy $0.17 +.01 3m YH,
PCY Prophecy Resource $1.19 +.10 2m NH,
TRR Trelawney Mining and Exploration $2.50 +.34 2m NH,

AMEX:
SIHI SinoHub Inc. $2.94 +.45 3m

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

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TSXV:
BTR BonTerra Resources $0.32 +.04 5m YH,
ORM Oremex Resources $0.265 +.01 4m YH,
LNG LNG Energy $0.42 +.03 6m,
MMT Mart Resources $0.68 +.03 3m YH,
URA Anglo-Canadian Uranium $0.15 +.03 2m YH,

NASDAQ:
BNVI Bionovo Inc. $1.31 +.30 3m


Monday, November 8, 2010

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Today's Notable Uptrends - Volume Actives at or near 52-Week Highs:

TSXV:
CIN Canadian International Minerals $0.455 +.09 5m NH,
TVC Tournigan Energy $0.345 +.065 6m YH,
HAT Hathor Exploration $3.05 +.27 1m YH,

TSX:
NWI Nuinsco Resources $0.245 +.075 4m YH,
BIM Baffinland Iron Mines $1.11 +.16 62m YH,
FIU First Uranium Corp $1.07 +.15 17m,
DML Denison Mines $2.77 +.28 5m YH

Thursday, November 4, 2010

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TSXV:
LNE Loon Energy $0.14 +.085 6m YH,
NTR Northern Tiger Res. $0.76 +.11 5m NH,
AVR Avion Gold $0.94 +.08 2m NH,
USA U.S. Silver Corp. $0.59 +.05 3m YH,
TRR Trelawney Mining and Exp. $1.91 +.17 3m NH,
XEL Xcite Energy $3.48 +.36 1m NH,

TSX:
ELR Eastern Platinum $1.85 +.03 4m YH,
BTO B2Gold Corp. $2.41 +.12 4m NH,

NASDAQ:
URRE Uranium Resources Inc. $1.75 +.04 5m YH

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

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TSXV:
CMS Creston Moly $0.39 +.02 4m YH,
HAT Hathor Exploration $2.50 +.18 2m YH,
SRD Strait Gold Corp $0.19 +.045 1m YH,

TSX:
UUU Uranium One Inc. $4.05 +.02 5m YH,
TXG Torex Gold $1.55 +.12 9m,

NYSE:
F Ford Motor $14.40 +.25 200m,
RCL Royal Caribbean Cruises $40.84 +5.69 13m YH


Thursday, October 21, 2010

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TSXV:
ALE Alange Energy $0.72 +.05 15m YH,
HAT Hathor Exploration $2.27 +.08 3m YH,
CNE Canacol Energy $1.63 +.08 5m NH,
GEM Pele Mountain Res. $0.30 +.025 5m YH,
CMS Creston Moly $0.34 +.015 4m YH,
LGO Largo Resources $0.35 -.01 1m YH

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Investors Guru Small Cap Stock Observer

Xstrata Picks Up Tab For Definition Drilling At Matagami


Donner Metals (TSXV: DON) is in a sweet spot. The Canadian junior with a market cap of $33 million is already building a mine with Xstrata Zinc Canada (LSE: XTA) on the Bracemac-McLeod deposit in Qu├ębec.

Now Xstrata Zinc Canada has announced that it will conduct a definition drill program on the near-surface portion of the PD1 deposit located in the "West Camp" area of the Matagami Project, about 30 kilometres from Xstrata's Matagami mill.

The best news for Donner shareholders? Answer : The program will be fully funded by Xstrata Zinc.


The objective of the program is to define a measured resource at PD1 upon which a decision will be made to conduct a feasibility study.

The scope of such a study will assess the viability of exploiting the upper portion of the PD1 deposit by open pit which would supply incremental feed to the Xstrata's Matagami mill.

This confirms Xstrata's confidence in the Matagami Project and its determination to keep Xstrata's wholly-owned on-site mill running at full capacity.

The PD1 definition drill program will consist of 11 shallow diamond drill holes that will in-fill previous drilling between surface and 150 metres vertical depth.

The historical resource (not NI 43-101 compliant) reported for PD1 is 1.45 million tonnes grading 5.30% zinc and 0.95%.

Xstrata's enthusiasm for the Matagami project can be attributed to the long term bullish fundamentals for zinc.

According to the International Zinc and Metal Study Group, global zinc consumption is due to rise 740 tonnes (7%) in 2010 while mine production is predicted to rise only 623 tonnes (5.5%).

Zinc is an infrastructure commodity with no viable commercial substitutes. It is the key ingredient in galvanized steel. China imports about 15,000 tonnes of zinc every month. In 2010, China's zinc consumption is forecast to rise to 5.4 million metric tonnes.

Zinc demand is harnessed to the construction industry. While U.S. housing starts are flat, the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) construction market is growing at an annualised rate of 11%.


The Bracemac-McLeod Mine is destined to replace Xstrata's Perseverance zinc mine, which is closing in 2012.

The new mine and the potential new resource at PD1 will feed Xstrata's 2,600-tonne-per-day Matagami mill complex.

In total the Matagami mining camp boasts historical production of 8,600 million lbs. zinc and 853 million lbs. copper worth about $11 billion at current spot prices.

For Donner shareholders the good news is that Xstrata is taking the financial risk on the drilling of the PD1 target, and they are aggressively seeking more feed for the mill.

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Monday, October 18, 2010

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Today's Notable Uptrends - Volume Actives at or near 52-Week Highs:

TSXV:
GWG Great Western Minerals $0.42 +.055 8m YH,
MVN Madalena Ventures $0.68 +.08 5m YH,
AVT Avanti Mining $0.235 +.045 4m,
LGO Largo Resources $0.34 +.03 3m YH,

TSX:
DML Denison Mines $2.17 +.15 4m YH,
PGM Peregrine Metals $0.85 +.20 2m,

AMEX:
EGT Entertainment Gaming Asia $0.42 +.03 2m YH

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

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TSXV:
USA U.S. Silver Corp $0.47 +.03 2m YH,

TSX:
UUU Uranium One Inc. $3.70 +.06 3m YH,
GBG Great Basin Gold $2.72 +.15 3m YH,

NASDAQ:
ESLR Evergreen Solar $0.91 +.19 12m,
SIRI Sirius XM Radio $1.32 -.02 30m YH,
JASO JA Solar Holdings $9.33 -.09 7m YH,

AMEX:
HDY Hyperdynamics $3.19 +.19 1m NH,
VHC VirnetX Holding $16.31 +.56 1m

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

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TSXV:
NGM Northern Gold Mining $0.41 +.02 3m NH,
AXI Advanced Explorations $0.37 +.04 3m YH,
LME Laurion Mineral Expl. $0.115 +.03 5m YH,
CHU Channel Resources $0.32 +.06 2m YH,

NYSE:
NPD China Nepstar Chain Drugstore $4.32 +.25 3m,

AMEX:
VHC VirnetX Holding $13.59 +.30 1m NH,

NASDAQ:
JASO JA Solar Holdings $8.43 +.14 7m YH

Monday, September 20, 2010

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TSXV:
WLC Western Lithium USA $0.97 +.11 7m,
TYE Troymet Exploration $0.15 +.035 4m NH,
CHU Channel Resources $0.27 +.035 2m YH,
CUU Copper Fox Metals $0.91 +.06 2m YH,
USA U.S. Silver Corp $0.35 +.07 7m YH,
R Romarco Minerals $2.49 +.19 2m,
XEL Xcite Energy $1.66 +.20 1m YH,
CAN Canaco Resources $3.94 -.04 1m,

TSX:
SBB Sabina Gold and Silver $4.80 +.15 1m NH,

AMEX:
VHC VirnetX Holding $12.14 +1.07 1m NH,

NASDAQ:
SIRI Sirius XM Radio $1.18 +.055 63m,
JASO JA Solar Holdings $7.45 +.13 6m YH

Monday, September 13, 2010

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TSXV:
NTR Northern Tiger Resources $0.56 +.06 3m NH,
BYV Bayfield Ventures $1.30 +.09 3m,
KXL Kodiak Exploration $0.38 +.01 2m,
CUU Copper Fox Metals $0.75 +.10 2m,

TSX:
BXI BioExx Specialty Proteins $2.60 +.12 3m NH

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

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TSXV:
CUU Copper Fox Metals $0.49 +.01 1m YH,
AAA Allana Potash $0.44 +.04 3m,
XEL Xcite Energy $1.14 +.14 1m,
CNE Canacol Energy $1.37 +.02 2m,

TSX:
CNL Continental Gold $5.73 +.18 4m NH,
UUU Uranium One $3.52 .00 3m YH

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Investors Guru Small Cap Stock Observer

Three Macro Trends Point To One Small Company


“If you stare into the Abyss long enough, the Abyss stares back at you”. – Friedrich Nietzsche

Last week the DJIA dropped 265 points (2.49%) - as the volatility index (VIX) – sometimes referred to as the “fear index” - spiked 13%. U.S consumer spending has flat-lined. The U.S. 2010 federal deficit is projected to reach $1.47 trillion. Earlier in the week noted economist Walter J. John Williams predicted that U.S. currency will soon implode giving way to the barter system. He suggests hoarding “food, water and canned goods”.

It’s hard to think straight when the “experts” are panicking. But there is one thing we know about our species: we are astonishingly resilient. Despite our frailties, our lusts, our capacity for violence and greed; humans are natural problem solvers and history suggests that we will emerge victorious from our current trials.

As investors, it is imperative that we stay calm, and catch the big waves as they roll in.

Right now, there are three macro trends which together create a unique opportunity for wealth creation.

1.) THE GREENING OF CHINA

China has just become the world’s biggest polluter. China’s energy usage is projected to double over the next decade. There are 1.3 billion Chinese. Per capita, their energy use is 20% of the average American. But they are catching up fast. Pollution from Chinese coal-fired electricity plants is costing the central government $200 billion a year in health costs. Finally, China gets it.



Just this week, the Chinese government ordered 2,087 energy-intensive factories shut down. It’s no longer just talk. The central government is sacrificing short term economic growth to achieve a healthier environment.

"These outdated polluters reflect a crude mode of economic growth," stated Li Yizhong, China's Minister of Industry, "They are also the cause of inefficiency and weak competitiveness of our national economic development”.

The factories on the hit list come from 18 industries including iron, steel, coke, metals smelting, paper production, cement and leather making.

China is determined to improve energy efficiency. The central government has started promoting local officials for meeting environmental targets.

Under pressure to convert to cleaner energy sources, China has quietly approved the construction of 28 new nuclear power reactors by 2020. Twenty of them are already under construction.

Each one of the one-gigawatt reactors will cost $2 billion dollars and power 8 million Chinese homes.


China’s new environmental resolve is going to cause a shock wave to global uranium supply. Each Chinese reactor will require 300 tonnes of uranium a year.

2.) CANADA’S NEW MUSCLE

With the steady devaluation of the U.S. dollar, political unrest in Africa and South America, and regular euro-dollar meltdowns, global investors are looking for a safe parking spot for their money.

Until the 2008 global financial crisis, Canada had 12 straight years of budget surpluses. During the crisis, not a single Canadian bank failed. The World Economic Forum has ranked Canada's banking system as the safest in the world. By comparison, the U.S. banking system was ranked 40th.


Economists with CIBC World Markets are projecting Canada will record the fastest growth rate among the G-7 in 2010/2011. Sovereign Wealth Funds are taking notice and starting to invest in the Canadian dollar. In fact, in the last 12 months, net purchases of Canadian bonds reached a new record for 12 consecutive months, peaking at $95 billion.

The Fraser Institute conducts an annual survey of mining and exploration companies to assess factors such as taxation, geopolitical risk, legislation and regulation. In 2009, Canada continued its world leading performance with six Canadian provinces positioned in the top ten: Alberta, Newfound land & Labrador, New Brunswick, Manitoba, Saskatchewan.

Quebec occupies the top spot as the global leader.

Since 2002, the Canadian Dollar has risen from USD $0.62 to USD $0.96. If you invested USD $100,000 in a Canadian company eight years ago, made nothing on your investment, you’d still walk away with $155,000 – just on the currency gain from the strengthening Canadian dollar.

That’s a massive hedge that appeals to international investors.

3.) URANIUM SPOT PRICE IS POISED TO RALLY

“Buy on weakness – sell on strength”. Following this mantra, it looks like the right time to enter the uranium market, as the spot price has seen a steady decline for the last 3 years.


Global uranium demand is expected to surge 300% in the next decade. Obama has asked Congress for $36 billion for nuclear development in the 2011 budget, enough for eight more reactors. "Whether it is nuclear energy or solar or wind energy,” Obama stated, “if we fail to invest in these technologies today, we'll be importing them tomorrow.”


Currently, 30 nations representing two-thirds of humanity use nuclear power to produce about 15% of global electricity. Nuclear power is a proven, clean energy alterative to fossil fuels. It produces 75% of France’s electricity, 30% for Europe and Japan and 20% for America – the world’s largest energy consumer.

There are plans to build about 480 new reactors globally over the next 20 years. Russia, India and the U.K. all have escalating nuclear power programs. China, as we’ve discussed, is leading the way.

The spot price of uranium rose 10% last week to $46 a pound. Some industry observers are predicting $100 a pound U308 in the next 3 years.

WHERE DOES THIS LEAVE US?

The greening of China, the fiscal robustness of Canada, and a clean energy industry on the rise.

These three factors point to an advanced Canadian uranium explorer with real potential to produce.

For example, take a closer look at a company called Uracan Resources Ltd. (TSXV:URC). Uracan is in the business of exploring and developing bulk tonnage, near-surface uranium deposits with its two 100%-owned Canadian projects.


With only 50 of 1000 square km explored on the Quebec property, Uracan has discovered over 40.7 million lbs. of U3O8 since 2006. The 2009 Drilling Program produced encouraging results.

The project has excellent infrastructure with provincial highways running through the property, inexpensive hydro power, and deep sea port access. Uracan has an impressive management team lead by Chairman and CEO Gregg J. Sedun - an independent venture capital professional who has been a founder or director of many successful companies including Diamond Fields Resources Inc. (sold to Inco for $4.3 billion).

Uracan combines the industry expertise with the financial acumen of Endeavour Financial (TSX:EDV). Given the location of the property, the momentum of their resource development, the rebounding economic outlook for uranium explorers, and with the stock currently trading close to its 52-week low at $0.14, this all seems attractive to the contrarian in us that is always looking for good entry points in stocks like URC.

Reading the financial news it’s easy to feel that the world is coming to an end. But it isn’t. Turmoil is not destruction. Those who can see through the clouds will prevail and prosper.

As Nietzsche said, “The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe”.

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Monday, August 9, 2010

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TSXV:
GGY Goldeye Explorations $0.13 +.03 14m YH,
CXT Creso Exploration $0.90 +.08 5m NH,
BXI BioExx Specialty Proteins $2.09 +.06 5m,
CNE Canacol Energy $1.21 -.02 2m,
CAN Canaco Resources $1.99 +.04 .3m,

TSX:
UUU Uranium One $3.05 +.21 8m,
SBB Sabina Gold & Silver $3.20 -.04 .4m,

NASDAQ:
OXGN OXiGENE $0.424 +.086 5m

Monday, July 12, 2010

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TSXV:
CAN Canaco Resources $1.08 +.15 5m NH,
CCY Catalyst Copper $0.14 +.03 1m,

TSX:
UUU Uranium One $2.86 +.09 10m,
NUS Nautilus Minerals $2.46 +.17 4m,
VG VG Gold $0.35 +.055 1m

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Investors Guru Small Cap Stock Observer

BMO Predicts Tightening Copper Market


Buried in a recent, 84-page BMO Global Mining Research report is a prediction that the global copper supply will tighten over the next decade.

Although there are currently dozens of development projects in progress around the world, BMO cautions that “the majority of this capacity ‘potential’ is from 2013–2017, implying little short-term copper supply growth.”

Copper producers like Freeport-McMoran (NYSE:FCX), new miners like Copper Mountain (TSX:CUM) and exploration companies like Catalyst Copper (TSXV:CCY) should all benefit from this bullish outlook on Copper markets.


According to the BMO report, the risk of oversupply for copper is low. New copper development projects will be offset by mine closures and declining grades.

An annual 3% copper market growth rate combined with the diminishing capacity of existing mines would require dozens of new mid-tier mines to be delivered to satisfy future demand. The BMO analysis highlights the potential for copper supply disruptions, higher prices and increased volatility.

The Australian Resources Super Profit Tax (RSPT) is likely to slow down the development of domestic copper projects in Australia. Many investors are steering clear of Australia until the full economic impact of the new tax is calculated.

Xstrata (LSE:XTA) said it will stop development of its $600 million Ernest Henry underground copper project. Rio Tinto (NYSE:RTP) is also reviewing its Australian projects.

According to the report, “potentially, the global ‘tax rush’ could impact projects outside of Australia. Any significant changes to taxes in the South America region, which represents a large proportion of global growth, could have a large impact on copper output.”

Rising copper prices are not likely to cause significant demand destruction. Everything electrical requires copper. A new car is outfitted with 3 miles of copper wire totalling about 43 lbs. An average new home contains 400 lbs of copper. Alternative energy sources, like wind and solar - all require massive amounts of copper to transmit the generated electricity.


Copper is a globally entrenched product: a 25% reduction in U.S. housing starts will cause only about a 3% shrinkage in the global copper market.

There are many ways to invest in copper.

FCX is a $31 billion mining mammoth with recoverable proven and probable reserves totalling 104.2 billion pounds of copper. They are also diversified into gold, molybdenum, silver and cobalt deposits. Like a tall hybrid fruit tree, their growth rate is likely to be modest.

Copper Mountain (TSX:CUM) is developing an open pit mine in Princeton, British Columbia, to produce a yearly 100 million plus pounds of copper by June 2011. Mitsubishi purchased a 25% interest in Copper Mountain for $28.75 million and have arranged the $250 million required to debt finance the project. CUM soared 300% in the last 12 months, but has recently pulled back 30% to $2.39.

It is estimated that Mexico hosts a quarter of a trillion dollars worth of copper. At the current rate of production it would take 152 years to mine their inferred resources. Mexico has a sophisticated mining culture with a history of creating equitable deals between indigenous groups and foreign exploration companies.

Catalyst Copper (TSXV:CCY) is a Canadian resource company with a big copper asset in Mexico. It is managed by John Greenslade and Terry Hodson who were drivers of the team that developed the Boleo copper-cobalt deposit in Mexico.

Greenslade and Hodson are proven copper men – strong on the geology side - and a reputation for expert stick-handling through environmental regulatory processes and community relations.

In the last couple of weeks, Falcon Drilling has commenced the 2010 CCY exploration program by mobilizing two diamond drill rigs at the La Verde property, located in Michoacan State, Mexico.

Porphyry copper mineralization at La Verde has been explored since the 1970s, resulting in the discovery of two mineralized copper zones: East Hill and West Hill.

Catalyst has optioned the 17,000 hectare La Verde copper porphyry target in Mexico from a subsidiary of Teck Resources (NYSE:TCK). La Verde copper is situated in the Sierra Madre del Sur approximately 320 kilometres west of Mexico City.

The company is also backed by the Endeavour Financial group, who have created some of the top performing junior mining stocks of the last 10 years.

Initial drill targets include confirmation holes across the known mineralization as part of the technical support required to bring the property into NI 43-101 compliance, as well as the commencement of drilling previously untested IP targets.

La Verde has an exposed porphyry system amenable to open pit mining — a cheap way to get metal out of the ground. The project is located in an area with a pre-existing infrastructure: 150 km to coast with water, power and rail all nearby.

Catalyst can earn a 60% interest in the La Verde project by advancing US$6 million (paid) to a subsidiary of Teck Resources and incurring aggregate exploration expenditures of US$10 million by December 31, 2012.

Catalyst is currently trading at $0.11 with average daily volume of around 800,000 and a market cap of $24 million. The La Verde copper property is close to rail and power. And it’s sitting in the middle of a politically stable, rich copper-producing region.

At this price and with a drilling program already underway, CCY surely presents an interesting investment opportunity.

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Thursday, June 24, 2010

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TSXV:
CNE Canacol Energy $0.80 +.03 4m,
GNH Golden Hope Mines $0.62 -.02 2m,
GBB Gold Bullion Development $0.66 -.03 2m,
EGM Excel Gold Mining $0.125 +.02 2m YH,

TSX:
SBB Sabina Gold & Silver $2.52 -.04 1m,

AMEX:
ADG Allied Defense Group $4.06 +1.42 2m,

NASDAQ:
MIPI Molecular Insight Pharmaceuticals $2.21 +.61 7m

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

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NASDAQ:
NBIX Neurocrine Biosciences $5.35 +.65 6m YH,
URRE Uranium Resources $0.65 +.15 2m,

AMEX:
RNN Rexahn Pharma $1.43 +.28 1m,

TSXV:
VST Vast Exploration $0.82 +.09 4m,
FAU Fire River Gold $0.53 +.105 3m

Monday, June 14, 2010

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AMEX:
AIS Antares Pharma $1.87 +.13 2m,
LEI Lucas Energy $2.30 +.30 .7m,

TSX:
CEE Centamin Egypt $2.48 +.05 8m,

TSXV:
TRX Terrane Metals $0.99 +.04 6m,
MLA Mala Noche Resources $0.385 +.035 2m NH,
PIE Primary Petroleum $0.415 +.06 2m,
GBB Gold Bullion Development $0.53 +.04 .8m NH

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

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TSX:
SBB Sabina Gold & Silver $2.09 +.25 1m YH,

TSXV:
HAT Hathor Exploration $1.63 +.16 2m,
GNH Golden Hope Mines $0.335 +.075 3m YH,
MLA Mala Noche Resources $0.335 +.09 3m NH,

Still flat, watching these 4 today on dips

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

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NASDAQ:
PPCO Penwest Pharmaceuticals $3.50 +.72 2m,

TSX:
ML Mercator Minerals $1.74 +.12 3m,
DFI Diamond Fields International $0.17 -.025 .3m,

TSXV:
TGE TG World Energy $0.185 +.075 14m YH,
GBB Gold Bullion Development $0.495 +.03 3m NH

Monday, June 7, 2010

Investors Guru Small Cap Stock Observer

Raymond James likes Petromanas Energy


It's very rare for oil majors to find targets that can host multi-BILLION barrels of oil, or TRILLIONS of cubic feet of gas (and I thought trillions was reserved for US budget deficits).

It's even more rare for a junior oil company to get access to this kind of target. But recent research reports by Canadian firms Raymond James Ltd. Canada and GMP Securities have profiled Petromanas Energy (TSXV:PMI) as a well funded junior who could outdo the majors in finding a huge oil resource in 2011.

What's more, they're finding it in onshore Europe - where there is little political risk, in a proven oil basin.

In a research report dated May 28, 2010, Raymond James initiated coverage on Petromanas Energy (TSXV:PMI) with an Outperform 2 rating and a $1.33 target. GMP released their coverage on June 1st 2010 with a similar buy rating and a $0.80 target.

Part of the story is that Petromanas has a large land package - about 6500 square kilometres. So if they are successful in finding commercial oil, they could, in theory, replicate those discoveries in many development wells over a large area.

But part of the story is also the sheer size of the prize. An independent technical report has estimated that one, shallow $5 million well could find a resource of 150 million barrels of oil. Wells in Canada and the US by contrast that cost $5 million, in say, the highly prolific Bakken formation of North Dakota, might be 1 million barrels.

So just how big is the prize? Raymond James uses a resource estimate of 6.1 billion barrels, which they risk at just 2% for an NAV of C$1,137 million, or C$1.33 per share which they use for their target price. GMP uses a bit of a different approach but with the same result, they use a total risked exploration resources of 224 million barrels of oil equivalent which they use for a base estimated Risked NAV of C$0.79 share.

What makes this story even more interesting is that a prize this big is found in Albania, onshore and in a stable European country. Raymond James compares the size of the fields in Albania to the politically unstable Kurdistan region of Iraq and fields in Saudi Arabia.

Excitement is building around Petromanas due to the close proximity of Bankers Petroleum which pioneered modern oil and gas activities in Albania with a huge discovery in 2007. Petromanas has a massive land position on the doorstep to Bankers.

Lastly, Raymond James has an interesting way of valuing these plays. They look at the size of prospective resource, in barrels of oil, the company is chasing, as outlined by an independent
engineering company. Then they divide that into the enterprise value - so if a company has a $100 million enterprise value (market cap- cash) and the target is 100 million barrels, then it has a value of $1 per prospective barrel in the ground. RJ values Petromanas at 3 cents per prospective barrel, compared to peers Vast Exploration and Longford at 79 and 36 cents respectively.

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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

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NASDAQ
AKRX Akorn Inc $3.13 +.18 .7m YH,

AMEX
GBG Great Basin Gold $1.76 +.09 2m,

TSX
DFI Diamond Fields International $0.135 +.04 .8m YH,

TSXV
PIE Primary Petroleum $0.375 +.005 .8m

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Investors Guru Small Cap Stock Observer

Global Potash Market Heats Up

Producers’ Stocks are Moving – Will Juniors Be Next?

Potash CEO’s often appear to have a Zen-like calm – and who can blame them? Like cats who own a mouse farm, they know the whole world is tilted in their favour.

Potash, the key ingredient in fertiliser, is a monster story. Every year there are 75 million new people on the planet. The majority of this population growth occurs in the developing nations. As their middle class develops (by the tens of millions each year) workers require more protein, which means they eat more meat. This has an amplifying effect on the demand for fertilizer, because it takes about 10 kilograms of grain to produce one pound of meat. More people, less farmable land, requiring more fertiliser.

Demand destruction? The eating business is about as solid as it gets. And this is why institutional investors love potash in a volatile market.

The potash producers are seeing their stock prices rise, and this will follow through to the few juniors left – like Encanto Potash (TSXV:EPO) and Potash One (TSX:KCL).

This last week has seen a number of significant developments which have caused the price of potash producers like, PotashCorp (TSX:POT), Mosaic (TSX:MOS) and Uralkali (LSE:URKA) to go up.


Saskatchewan’s potash producers have announced combined investments of $8 billion to increase their total production capacity by 15.44 million tonnes by 2020. This will raise their total production capacity to 36 million tonnes.

PotashCorp is investing about $4.8 billion in its Lanigan, Rocanville, Allan, Cory and Patience Lake facilities, while Mosaic is spending about $3.2 billion at its Esterhazy, Belle Plaine and Colonsay locations. They are anticipating strong long term demand for their potash.

PotashCorp recorded a 46-per-cent hike in earnings per share in the first quarter of 2010 compared to the same quarter last year.

Potash Corp, the world's largest fertilizer maker, is confident that the price of potash will begin a steady rise, as the demand-supply balance tightens over the next few months.

"I think you are going to see a number of price increases in 2011,” says PotashCorp President and CEO Bill Doyle, “You are also going to see a couple of price increases between now and the end of 2010. If you look at what we did in 2008, that's just an indicator of our performance. Will we break that record in the next five years? I have no doubt about it.”

The second piece of news is that Canpotex, the export arm of POT has agreed to sell 70,000 tonnes of potash to Sinochem Macao for $370 a tonne – a hefty 6% increase from the price they agreed on only last month.

Analysts believe the new agreement signals that pricing momentum for potash is building.

Inevitably, this bullish activity will ripple out to the juniors – of which few remain.

Encanto Potash, Western Potash and Potash One are the only Saskatchewan focused junior potash players still developing deposits.

Encanto’s first drill hole at its Muskowekwan potash property in Saskatchewan returned values of 25.2% K2O (39.9% KCl) over 3.6 metres in the Patience Lake potash bed, and 25.5% K2O (40.4% KCl) over 2.4 metres in the Belle Plaine potash bed. This is the highest grade potash the industry has seen in years. Their potential mineable resource is worth about $200 billion at today’s potash prices.

Encanto’s twist is that their potash is on First Nations ground –Encanto has 100% potash mineral title to all of the properties and the First Nations have a 3% GORR (Gross Over Riding Royalty) upon production. They say this will help speed development of their asset.

There could be another cat in the mouse farm.

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Thursday, May 27, 2010

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NYSE:
S Sprint Nextel $5.11 +.20 57m,

TSX:
ML Mercator Minerals $1.71 +.09 2m,

TSXV:
KAM Kaminak Gold $1.33 +.43 2m NH,
PIE Primary Petroleum $0.23 +.03 3m YH,
KEX Kent Exploration $0.18 +.015 3m

Friday, May 21, 2010

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TSXV:
CNE Canacol Energy $0.79 +.05 12m,

TSX:
ML Mercator Minerals $1.49 +.18 4m,

NASDAQ:
HAUP Hauppauge Digital $3.51 +.22 4m,

AMEX:
GBG Great Basin Gold $1.69 +.07 3m,
RPC Radient Pharmaceuticals $1.12 +.11 2m

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

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TSXV:
GBB Gold Bullion Development $0.44 +.045 3m NH,

NASDAQ:
SIRI Sirius XM Radio $1.08 -.01 31m,
HAUP Hauppauge Digital $3.03 +.21 8m,
SPRD Spreadtrum Communications $9.30 +1.12 3m YH,

NYSE:
S Sprint Nextel $4.64 +.15 97m

Monday, May 17, 2010

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TSXV:
PIE Primary Petroleum $0.19 +.005 2m YH,

NASDAQ:
SIRI Sirius XM Radio $1.09 +.02 59m,

AMEX:
VHC VirnetX Holding $6.38 +.25 3m,
MDF Metropolitan Health Networks $4.31 +.32 1m NH

Friday, May 14, 2010

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TSXV
PIE Primary Petroleum Corp $0.185 +.065 5m YH,
CEE Centamin Egypt Limited $2.42 +.14 4m,

TSX
WG WGI Heavy Minerals $0.485 +.055 .5m YH,

AMEX
NBS NeoStem, Inc $3.41 +.47 1m YH

Thursday, May 13, 2010

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NASDAQ:
AUTH AuthenTec Inc $3.06 +.66 4m YH,

AMEX:
XPO Express1 Expedited Solutions $1.58 +.07 2m,
RPC Radient Pharmaceuticals $1.35 +.37 8m,
CTT Competitive Technologies $3.42 +.53 .6m YH

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

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NASDAQ:
AEZS AEterna Zentaris $2.12 +.29 19m,
AKRX Akorn Inc $2.95 +.19 2m YH,
NLST Netlist Inc $3.17 +.52 4m,

TSXV:
SSS Stem Cell Therapeutics $0.495 +.01 1m,
EAG Eagle Hill Exploration $0.23 +.04 3m,
USA U.S. Silver Corp $0.245 +.045 5m YH,
CRO Canadian Arrow Mines $0.065 +.015 3m

Monday, May 10, 2010

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NASDAQ:
AEZS AEterna Zentaris Inc $1.93 +.25 17m,

AMEX:
HDY Hyperdynamics Corp $1.20 +.28 2m,

TSX:
SBB Sabina Gold & Silver $1.92 +.19 .6m YH,

TSXV:
ARN Arcan Resources $4.70 +.55 2m,
SSS Stem Cell Therapeutics $0.47 +.04 3m YH,
FOM Foran Mining Corp $0.095 +.04 3m YH,
GWY Galway Resources $0.98 +.11 3m

Friday, May 7, 2010

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NASDAQ:
AEZS AEterna Zentaris $1.61 +.07 13m,

TSX:
TXG (was GRL) Torex Gold Resources $1.31 +.06 12m YH,

TSXV:
CNE Canacol Energy $0.77 +.03 7m,
SSS Stem Cell Therapeutics $0.415 +.01 .5m,
OPW Opawica Explorations $0.20 -.03 1m YH,
FOM Foran Mining Corp $0.05 +.025 61m YH

Thursday, May 6, 2010

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TSXV:
SSS Stem Cell Therapeutics $0.39 +.02 3m YH,
OPW Opawica Explorations $0.225 +.015 2m YH,

TSX:
SBB Sabina Gold & Silver $1.72 -.01 .5m YH,

NASDAQ:
AEZS AEterna Zentaris $1.42 +.18 22m

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

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TSX:
SBB Sabina Gold & Silver $1.56 +.20 1m YH,

NASDAQ:
CRXX CombinatoRx Inc $1.80 +.11 12m,
AKRX Akorn Inc $2.57 +.44 3m YH,

AMEX:
RPC Radient Pharmaceuticals $1.12 +.20 3m,
MDF Metropolitan Health Networks $3.25 +.24 .8m

Monday, May 3, 2010

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TSXV:
GPG Grande Portage Resources $0.14 +.04 1m YH,

TSX:
AEI Arsenal Energy $1.10 +.09 4m YH,

NASDAQ:
CRXX CombinatoRx Inc $1.64 +.31 12m,
SHIP Seanergy Maritime Holdings $1.54 +.22 3m,

AMEX:
KOG Kodiak Oil & Gas $4.26 +.28 3m YH,
GMO General Moly $4.18 +.44 3m YH,

NYSE:
HOV Hovnanian Enterprises $7.95 +.84 8m YH

Friday, April 30, 2010

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TSXV:
QEI Quetzal Energy $0.20 +.04 14m,
BUK Bridge Resources $0.52 +.09 5m YH,
AAA Allana Potash Corp $0.58 +.05 2m YH,
OPW Opawica Explorations $0.205 +.03 2m YH,
SD Sidon International Resources $0.08 +.005 6m YH,
SGR San Gold Corp $4.36 +.29 3m YH,

TSX:
BWR Breakwater Resources $0.425 +.04 19m

Thursday, April 29, 2010

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TSXV:
PXM Paramax Resources $0.54 +.075 3m YH,
NXT Natcore Technology $1.31 +.18 .2m NH,
MEK Metals Creek Resources $0.11 +.01 13m,

TSX:
SHR Sure Energy $1.11 +.12 .4m YH,
SAC South American Silver $0.64 +.08 .5m YH,

NASDAQ:
SIRI Sirius XM Radio $1.19 +.03 34m,

AMEX:
DNE Dune Energy $0.31 +.07 7m

Monday, April 26, 2010

Investors Guru Small Cap Stock Observer

TSXV:URC - Uracan Reports High Grade Uranium Two-to-Four Times Its Average


Uracan Resources' initial drill program at a new zone has returned uranium grades that are two to four times of their compliant 40 million pound inferred resource at its North Shore Property in Quebec.

Grades of 480 ppm (0.048% or 0.96 lbs/t) U3O8 at their Costebelle property caused a flurry of trading in the stock - TSXV:URC . Costebelle is about 65 km northeast of Uracan's 40 million pound Double S deposit, which is 154.9 million tonnes with an average grade of 0.012% U3O8.

Uracan has a market cap of $25 million. Even an overall Costebelle grade of 300 ppm would make it 50% higher grade than the Valencia Deposit of Forsys Metals (TSX:FSY $320 million market cap) and Bannerman Resources' (TSX:BAN $80 million market cap) Etango Deposit.

Both these deposits are in Africa. Quebec has been named the top mining jurisdiction in the world two of the last three years by The Fraser Institute, an independent think tank.

At the long term price of US$58 per pound, this equates to a theoretical rock value per tonne of $55.68 for an open pit operation - very economic.

Uracan said the mineralization at Costebelle is open to depth and along strike.

Management sees a 1500 m potential strike length in this one area.

This zone at Costebelle - called A4 - is one of five zones that Uracan wants to test. They believe the large Costebelle area - almost all of which has never been explored for uranium before - has significant size potential for an economic uranium deposit.

The summer drilling program will be announced after all assays from the 20 hole winter program.


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TSXV:
MRS Medoro Resources $0.80 +.02 27m,
CMM Century Mining Corp $0.80 +.08 3m YH,
OPW Opawica Explorations $0.15 +.04 3m YH,
SD Sidon Intl. Resources $0.07 +.005 5m YH,

TSX:
GRL Gleichen Resources $1.21 +.03 6m,

NYSE:
F Ford Motor Co. $14.55 +.34 95m YH

Friday, April 23, 2010

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TSXV:
GBB Gold Bullion Development $0.39 +.03 8m NH,
SGR San Gold Corp $4.09 +.29 6m NH,

TSX:
WEF Western Forest Products $0.54 +.075 10m YH,
OEX Orleans Energy $3.18 +.11 6m YH,
CMK Cline Mining Corp $2.39 +.36 4m NH,
ERD Erdene Resource Dev $0.66 +.10 1m,

NASDAQ:
CPWM Cost Plus Inc $5.38 +.41 .4m YH

Thursday, April 22, 2010

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TSXV:
MRS Medoro Resources $0.76 +.08 53m,
IAE Ithaca Energy $2.83 +.14 2m YH,

TSX:
WEF Western Forest Products $0.465 +.085 21m YH,
OEX Orleans Energy $3.03 +.39 8m YH,

NYSE:
Q QWest Communications $5.38 +.14 311m YH

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

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TSXV:
BCG BCGold Corp $0.16 +.04 4m YH,
NXT Natcore Technology $1.04 +.14 .6m NH,

TSX:
WEF Western Forest Products $0.38 +.025 5m YH,

OTCBB:
POSC Positron Corp $0.255 +.075 45m YH,

NASDAQ:
AKRX Akorn Inc $2.06 +.16 2m YH,
CPWM Cost Plus Inc $4.89 +.18 .2m YH

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

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TSXV:
NDX NovaDX Ventures $0.38 +.025 3m NH,
ELE Excelsior Energy $0.325 +.035 2m,
AAA Allana Potash $0.50 +.045 2m,
CLL Connacher Oil and Gas $1.80 +.09 9m YH,

NASDAQ:
AKRX Akorn Inc $1.86+27 1m,

AMEX:
GTF Cytomedix Inc $1.02 +.25 5m YH,
CUR Neuralstem Inc $2.73 +.45 3m

Monday, April 19, 2010

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TSXV:
Newcastle Minerals NCM $0.17 +.03 4m YH,
Paramax Resources PXM $0.34 +.015 4m YH,
Gold Bullion Development GBB $0.37 +.04 3m NH,
Aldershot Resources ALZ $0.06 +.025 4m YH,
Infinito Gold IG $0.41 +.15 1m YH,

AMEX:
Samson Oil & Gas SSN $0.83 +.17 4m

Friday, April 16, 2010

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TSXV:
IC Potash Corp ICP $0.50 +.08 2m,

TSX:
Scorpio Mining SPM $0.86 +.08 2m,
Andean Resources AND $3.07 +.19 2m NH,
Marathon PGM Corp MAR $2.33 +.10 1m YH,

AMEX:
Rexahn Pharmaceuticals RNN $2.89 +.30 7m,

NYSE:
C&D Technologies CHP $1.84 +.34 1m,

NASDAQ:
Cost Plus Inc CPWM $4.21 +.19 .2m

Thursday, April 15, 2010

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TSXV:
Avion Gold Corp AVR $0.80 +.06 9m NH,
Ithaca Energy IAE $2.50 +.24 2m YH,

TSX:
Katanga Mining KAT $1.53 +.22 5m YH,
Inter-Citic Minerals ICI $1.24 +.20 .8m YH,
Marathon PGM Corp MAR $2.19 +.27 2m YH,
Western Coal Corp WTN $6.81 +.30 5m YH,

NASDAQ:
Sirius XM Radio Inc SIRI $1.12 +.05 211m YH

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

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TSXV:
First Point Minerals FPX $0.81 +.12 5m NH,
Avion Gold Corp AVR $0.74 +.04 5m,
Petro Vista Energy PTV $0.37 +.045 8m,
Victoria Gold Corp VIT $0.93 +.03 4m,

TSX:
Exall Energy Corp EE $0.86 +.12 1m YH,

NASDAQ:
Sirius XM Radio Inc SIRI $1.04 +.08 123m,

AMEX:
Adeona Pharmaceuticals AEN $1.85 +.33 10m NH

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

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TSXV:
Simba Energy Inc SMB $0.09 +.04 8m,
Largo Resources LGO $0.31 +.055 3m YH,
Mountain Lake Resources MOA $0.57 +.145 3m YH,

TSX:
Marathon PGM Corp MAR $1.85 +.27 1m YH,

OTCBB:
Fresh Harvest Products FRHV $0.124 +.045 92m YH,

NASDAQ:
XOMA Ltd XOMA $0.78 +.10 20m

Monday, April 12, 2010

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TSXV:
Skyline Gold Corp SK $0.14 +.04 8m,
Majestic Gold Corp MJS $0.23 +.04 6m YH,
Copper Fox Metals CUU $0.40 +.07 6m YH,
Petromanas Energy PMI $0.74 +.02 5m YH,
Klondike Gold Corp KG $0.05 +.01 5m YH,
Gold Bullion Development GBB $0.33 +.05 4m NH,
Alexandria Minerals AZX $0.27 +.03 4m YH,
Newcastle Minerals NCM $0.14 +.02 3m YH,
Century Mining Corp CMM $0.61 +.08 3m YH,

TSX:
Katanga Mining KAT $1.13 +.21 4m,

OTCBB:
Fresh Harvest Products FRHV $0.077 +.05 70m YH,

AMEX:
Rexahn Pharmaceuticals RNN $3.50 +.85 9m YH

Friday, April 9, 2010

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TSXV:
Century Mining Corp V.CMM $0.51 +.04 3m YH,
Copper Fox Metals V.CUU $0.325 +.065 4m YH,
Majestic Gold Corp V.MJS $0.185 +.045 4m YH,

TSX:
Cline Mining T.CMK $2.11 +.36 8m NH,

NASDAQ:
Cost Plus Inc CPWM $3.44 +.44 1m YH,

AMEX:
Rexahn Pharmaceuticals RNN $2.59 +.25 3m YH

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Guru Trader Video - Today's Small-Cap Breakout Stocks

TSXV:
Mountain Lake Resources V.MOA $0.455 +.16 5m YH,
Diamond Frank Exploration V.DOD $0.19 +.04 3m YH,
Majestic Gold Corp V.MJS $0.14 +.03 3m YH,

TSX:
Marathon PGM Corp T.MAR $1.61 +.28 .6m YH,

OTCBB:
Genta Inc GETA $0.15 +.06 .2b,

NASDAQ:
Sirius XM Radio SIRI $0.97 +.02 .2b,
Cost Plus Inc CPWM $2.90 +.37 .8m,

AMEX:
WidePoint Corp WYY $0.96 +.12 2m YH

Investors Guru Small Cap Stock Observer

V.PMI - Petromanas Eyes 6 Billion Barrels of Light Crude


Petromanas (PMI-TSX) is a new oil exploration company that has acquired rights to a massive tract of land in the oil producing of country of Albania. With a current market cap of around $120 million, PMI is valued as an outside long shot. But an independent resource evaluation by Gustavson and Associates LLP, suggests that there is a 50% chance of recovering 6 billion barrels of light crude oil.

At current oil prices and production costs, this is like paying 12 cents for an opportunity to flip a coin and win a hundred bucks.

Petromanas' primary exploration targets are deep (4,000 meters) sub-thrust fractured, carbonate reservoirs. A 2005 well by Canadian Occidental hit light oil before well problems forced it to close. In layman's language, the oil is there, it's light and easy to refine, but it's a long way down.

Investors can look at Bankers Petroleum (BNK-TSX), another Canadian oil company operating in Albania, to understand the potential upside of PMI. BNK has proved reserves ("1P") of 92.8 million barrels, proved plus probable reserves ("2P") of 213.9 million barrels. Q4 2009 production averaged only 7,230 bopd from their Patos Marinza oil field, yet Bankers has a market cap of around $1.7 billion.

Bankers' high valuation is because the market believes that Patos Marinza - the largest onshore oilfield in Europe - contains billions of barrels of recoverable oil, i.e. the resource is real, and large, and low risk to produce.

What the analysts, investment bankers and institutional investors are looking for is steadily increasing booked reserves. An operating well that's pumping out more oil will increase CFPS (Cash Flow per Share) but if the company is not booking more reserves then it is cannibalising its own flesh.

Petromanas will soon be in a similar state of development that Bankers was in July 2009 when it went on its 480% run from $1.60 to the current price of $7.74.

If their first well into their Albanian property is as successful as they hope, the market will quickly start to price in this independent report of 6 billion barrels of recoverable oil. But there are still several months of seismic shooting and analyzing on these 6500 km2 blocks before that happens.

Petromanas has the backing of two heavy hitters: Endeavour Financial (EDV-TSX) advised by Frank Giustra and the private merchant bank, Peninsula, controlled by Sam Magid. These guys have teams of analysts who test the waters before they wade in. Both of them have a history of growing shareholder value.

Like all science, geology is prone to error. But with its proven geology and robust financing, Petromanas has an extremely attractive risk/reward profile for a junior. They have an ambitious 2010 drilling program. Large, new discoveries of light crude are increasingly rare. If those drills confirm the conclusions of the independent geology report, shareholders will be rewarded.

Investors Guru Small Cap Stock Observer publishes interesting articles by contributing writers, in addition to its own content. This article was written by Guy Bennett and we have not verified its details.

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Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Guru Trader Video - Today's Small-Cap Breakout Stocks

TSXV:
ALDA Pharmaceuticals V.APH $0.28 +.115 6m,
Copper Fox Metals V.CUU $0.26 +.055 5m YH,
Diamond Frank Exploration V.DOD $0.135 +.03 2m YH,

TSX:
Eastern Platinum V.ELR $1.63 +.03 8m YH,

OTCBB:
Sirius XM Radio SIRI $0.93 +.06 .5b,

AMEX:
Rexahn Pharmaceuticals RNN $2.05 +.26 5m YH,

NYSE:
Strategic Hotels & Resorts BEE $5.06 +.06 4m

Monday, April 5, 2010

Guru Trader Video - Today's Small-Cap Breakout Stocks

TSXV:
Excelsior Energy V.ELE $0.235 +.04 6m YH,
North American Gem V.NAG $0.19 +.01 6m,
Canada Lithium Corp V.CLQ $0.68 +.08 4m,
Foundation Resources V.FDN $0.67 +.17 3m,
Noront Resources V.NOT $1.82 +.15 1m,

AMEX:
Antares Pharma AIS $1.62 +.09 2m YH,
Rexahn Pharmaceuticals RNN $1.80 +.17 2m,

NYSE:
Strategic Hotels & Resorts BEE $4.56 +.37 2m

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Guru Trader Video - Today's Small-Cap Breakout Stocks

TSXV:
Canada Lithium Corp V.CLQ $0.59 +.06 6m,
Run of River Power V.ROR $0.30 +.055 4m YH,
American Consolidated Minerals V.AJC $0.175 +.015 3m YH,
North American Gem V.NAG $0.175 +.015 12m YH,

TSX:
GlobeStar Mining T.GMI $1.29 +.29 7m YH,

AMEX:
Antares Pharma AIS $1.52 +.15 2m

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Guru Trader Video - Today's Small-Cap Breakout Stocks

TSXV:
Foundation Resources V.FDN $0.58 +.06 7m NH,
Apella Resources V.APA $0.175 +.025 5m,
Quetzal Energy V.QEI $0.185 +.035 8m,
North American Gem V.NAG $0.16 +.025 6m,

TSX:
Erdene Resource T.ERD $0.47 +.17 13m YH,
Farallon Mining T.FAN $0.61 +.02 5m,

AMEX:
Kodiak Oil & Gas KOG $3.41 +.14 2m YH

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Guru Trader Video - Today's Small-Cap Breakout Stocks

TSXV:
Foundation Resources V.FDN $0.425 +.195 7m NH,
Goldcliff Resource V.GCN $0.24 +.04 3m YH,
Triton Energy V.TEZ $0.215 +.02 15m,

TSX:
Shore Gold Inc T.SGF $1.07 +.04 4m,
Cline Mining T.CMK $1.76 +.10 5m YH,
Electrovaya Inc T.EFL $3.35 +.89 4m YH,

AMEX:
Adeona Pharmaceuticals AEN $2.45 +.55 9m NH

Monday, March 29, 2010

Guru Trader Video - Today's Small-Cap Breakout Stocks

TSXV:
Tribute Minerals V.TBM $0.175 +.04 6m YH,
Southern Pacific Resource V.STP $1.15 +.09 4m YH,
Alexandria Minerals V.AZX $0.205 +.005 2m YH,

TSX:
Cline Mining T.CMK $1.64 +.20 6m YH,
PC Gold Inc T.PKL $1.73 +.15 5m NH,

OTCBB:
Globotek Holdings GBTO $0.28 +.14 3m,

AMEX:
Adeona Pharmaceuticals AEN $1.73 +.17 4m NH

Friday, March 26, 2010

Guru Trader Video - Today's Small-Cap Breakout Stocks

TSXV:
Creston Moly Corp V.CMS $0.34 +.035 2m YH,
Lynden Energy V.LVL $0.67 +.08 .2m YH,

TSX:
PC Gold Inc T.PKL $1.55 +.20 3m,
Connacher Oil and Gas T.CLL $1.50 +.09 6m,
Electrovaya Inc T.EFL $2.17 +.33 3m YH,

AMEX:
Adeona Pharmaceuticals AEN $1.46 +.17 2m,

NASDAQ:
Cost Plus Inc CPWM $2.34 +.22 2m

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Guru Trader Video - Today's Small-Cap Breakout Stocks

TSXV:
Canacol Energy V.CNE $0.72 +.07 7m,
Longford Energy V.LFD $0.335 +.065 9m,
Alexandria Minerals V.AZX $0.185 +.02 4m YH,
North American Gem V.NAG $0.13 +.025 7m,

TSX:
Pure Nickel Inc T.NIC $0.23 +.08 2m,

AMEX:
NIVS IntelliMedia Technology NIV $3.80 +.78 5m,

NYSE:
Omnova Solutions OMN $8.14 +.74 1m YH