Stockwatch Street Wires
- CMKM defendant Kinney asks for probation
CMKM Diamonds Inc. defendant James Kinney, who sold $2.8-million (U.S.) worth of stock during the fraud, blames his criminal past on a difficult upbringing. He claims that he was the victim of childhood bullying and is "now a changed man."
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Nov. 12, 2018
Star Diamond and Rio Tinto are drilling some dimmer twinklers in Saskatchewan. Saint Jean Carbon touts motorcycle plans with Curtiss. NRG Metals plans a dream sheet for Hombre Muerto North in Argentina.
- Shell Summary for Nov. 12, 2018
Zachery Dingsdale and Steve Smith have filed a new preliminary prospectus for their fourth shell, Auston Capital. Since filing the original preliminary prospectus, Auston has added two directors and sold some more escrow shares.
- Gold Summary for Nov. 12, 2018
Benchmark Metals has assays from rock sampling at Marmot on the Lawyers project in B.C. Continental Gold has assays from new drilling at Veta Sur, on the Buritica project in Colombia. Royal Nickel had good gold production during October at Beta Hunt.
- Energy Summary for Nov. 12, 2018
TransCanada's Keystone XL faces fresh legal woes. Paramount Resources plunges on a gloomy production prediction. Obsidian Energy crosses its fingers for better oil prices next year, and Pan Orient Energy has more good news in Thailand.
- Shell Summary for Nov. 9, 2018
Arif Shivji's first shell, Predator Blockchain Capital, has arranged an Alberta oil QT with Highwood Oil. Predator's shareholders might be relieved not to see a blockchain QT, but the Highwood deal involves rolling them back 1 for 53.
- Supreme Court dismisses challenge to national regulator
The Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed a constitutional challenge brought by Quebec and Alberta over a proposed national securities agency. The provinces had complained about a loss of autonomy by those that opt in.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Nov. 9, 2018
Navis Resources is reactivating its dormant FALC diamond project in Saskatchewan. Leading Edge Materials has cut the price of its private placement. United Battery Metals has a new head. Mason Graphite is pleased with its value-added products program.
- Gold Summary for Nov. 9, 2018
Detour Gold and an institutional shareholder continue to bicker. Sonoro Metals has assays from Cerro Caliche in Mexico. Batero Gold has updated its resource estimate for El Cumbre in Colombia. Guyana Goldfields has begun underground development at Aurora.
- Haywood's Tognetti settles case over Kelowna property
Haywood Securities Inc.'s John Tognetti has settled the court case that he faced from Harold Hodgson and John Rybinski. The men were in a dispute over a 17.3-acre property that they jointly owned in Kelowna.
- Shell Summary for Nov. 8, 2018
David Patterson and Colin Watt's seventh shell, Two Owls Ventures, arranges a mining technology QT with Minerva Intelligence. Wade Dawe's third shell, Duckworth Capital, expects to close its own mining technology QT next week. It is acquiring Goldspot Discoveries.
- SEC charges SeeThruEquity over "independent" reports
The SEC has filed a case against New York's SeeThruEquity LLC, claiming that it misled investors with target prices that were always far above a stock's trading price.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Nov. 8, 2018
Stornoway Diamond has been working to accelerate mining at Renard 3 and Renard 4. First Vanadium has assays from its Carlin vanadium project in Nevada. Mkango Resources has new assays from Songwe Hill, its rare earth deposit in Malawi.
- Gold Summary for Nov. 8, 2018
Integra Resources has the last of its 2018 assays from Florida Mountain in Idaho. GT Gold crashed lower on word it has wrapped up drilling at Tatogga in B.C. Zephyr Minerals has new assays from Dawson in Colorado. More drilling is planned for next year.
- SEC halts Vitality Biopharma
The SEC has halted Vitality Biopharma Inc., citing a potential manipulation of the stock. The company was one of many that the regulator mentioned when it charged U.K. national Roger "Rocket" Knox.
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