Stockwatch Street Wires
- Shell Summary for Sept. 18, 2018
Mark Orsmond plans to list his third shell, Danacore Industries, with a $250,000 IPO at 10 cents. Robert Munro plans to list his 10th shell, County Capital, with a $500,000 IPO at 10 cents. This is his first time without shell-making partner Marc Lavine.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Sept. 18, 2018
Star Diamond is thrilled to see Rio Tinto plodding along at Star, in central Saskatchewan. Vanadium One Energy says that a phase 2B drill program at its Mont Sorcier vanadium project in Quebec is to be. Fortune Minerals likes its Nico metallurgy.
- Gold Summary for Sept. 18, 2018
Probe Metals has received assays from its continuing drill program at Val d'Or East in Quebec. Erdene Resource Development has a first resource estimate for Bayan Khundii at its Khundii project in Mongolia. Sabina Gold and Silver has new assays from Back River in Nunavut.
- Arias Intel defendant Khanna pleads not guilty
Arias Intel Corp. defendant Vikram Khanna has pleaded not guilty to fraud charges in California. Prosecutors claim that he and three Canadians were part of a $10-million (U.S.) pump-and-dump scheme.
- Shell Summary for Sept. 17, 2018
Geoff Balderson lists his sixth shell, Dynamo Capital, with a $250,000 IPO at 10 cents.
Matei Olaru's shell graduate and marijuana promotion, Lift & Co., begins trading.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Sept. 17, 2018
Olivut Resources says it may have to delay work at Seahorse in the NWT until next spring. Zenyatta Ventures has added two more chiefs to its head office. Standard Lithium says it is making progress at its Smackover lithium project in Arkansas.
- Gold Summary for Sept. 17 2018
Velocity Minerals is happy with its new dream sheet for its Rozino gold project in Bulgaria. Royal Nickel has extended the high-grade gold zone it found last week at Beta Hunt in Australia. White Gold has high-grade assays from Vertigo at its JP Ross project in Yukon.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Sept. 14, 2018
Tsodilo Resources has more diamonds from its BK16 project in Botswana. Grid Metals has an option to acquire Cobalt Road in Ontario. Lomiko Metals gushes about a possible trade war with China. Sigma Lithium Resources has assays from Grota do Cirilo in Brazil.
- Shell Summary for Sept. 14, 2018
Dean Parmar lists his first shell, Canna 8 Investment Trust, with a $600,000 IPO at 10 cents. Doron Cohen plans to list his first shell, A-Labs Capital, with a $200,000 IPO at 10 cents. Haywood's Rick Paolone is an escrow shareholder, as is Dain Currie.
- Gold Summary for Sept. 14, 2018
Candelaria Mining has a dream sheet for its little Pinos project in Mexico. Moneta Porcupine Mines has assays from its Golden Highway project in Northern Ontario. Atac Resources has new assays from Sunrise and Conrad on its Osiris project in Yukon.
- China Medical ex Zhu seeks $25,000 a month for lawyer
China Medical Technologies Inc.'s former executive, Feng Zhu, has responded to efforts by a liquidator to obtain a freeze over his $2.5-million West Vancouver home and other assets. He says that he will need to use his money for a lawyer.
- Shell Summary for Sept. 13, 2018
Steve Bajic's 10th shell, Huffington Capital, plans to acquire a graphene producer in Brooklyn.
Donald Wright and John O'Sullivan's second shell, Cinaport II, plans to acquire Fire & Flower, an aspiring marijuana retailer. Also, their Cinaport III is on the way.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Sept. 13, 2018
Diamcor Mining has done well with its latest sale of "incidental" diamonds from Krone-Endora in South Africa. MGX Minerals has assays from its Kibby lithium brine project in Nevada. Niocorp Developments is increasing its planned placement again.
- Gold Summary for Sept. 13, 2018
Red Pine Exploration has received new assays from old core at its Surluga deposit, near Wawa. Premier Gold Mines has assays from its Rey de Oro deposit at its Mercedes mine in Mexico. Barkerville Gold Mines has high-grade assays from Cariboo in B.C.
- BCSC collects Dabney's fine, 13 years later
The BCSC has collected the $30,000 fine that it imposed on Raymond Dabney in 2005. The fine stemmed from misleading news releases issued by an OTC Markets company, Xraymedia Inc.
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