AIM market – In pain as the decline continues

   London Stock Exchange – AIM market

The AIM market is losing companies at the rate of more than one per week, and, even worse than that, only attracted ten IPO’s during 2019!

AIM claims to be the worlds “most leading growth market”, so something is seriously wrong, surely?  Well in fact a few things are very wrong, in my opinion…. Continue reading

Colonial Coal shareholders elect 6 directors at the AGM

   Colonial Coal {TSX.V: CAD}

Released the results of the company’s annual general meeting (AGM) held on Dec. 20, 2019, in Vancouver, B.C..

The company is pleased to report that, at its AGM, the shareholders voted to elect David Austin, Ian Downie, Anthony Hammond, John Perry, Gregory Waller and Partha S. Bhattacharyya as directors of the company for the ensuing year. Continue reading

Irving encounters high grade gold and silver at Omui

   Irving Resources {CSE: IRV]

The first two diamond drill holes completed at the Omui mine site, part of its 100% controlled Omu gold project, Hokkaido, Japan, have encountered high-grade gold-silver (Au-Ag) vein intercepts.

In addition, a recently completed deep hole at the Omui mine site has encountered multiple epithermal veins within the boiling zone at vertical depths of over 300 metres (m). Continue reading

Canadian crypto investors demand QuadrigaCX founder Cotton’s exhumation

   Crypto News

The mystery of the QuadrigaCX crypto Exchange founder’s death has taken another twist, as Canadian investors demand the exhumation of the body of Gerald Cotton, to check if it really is him, and if so, the cause of his death.

Investors lost access to US $140 million of their funds as the founder was the only person to have access to the cold crypto wallets’ passwords, resulting in them not being able to retrieve their funds. Continue reading

Zen Graphene Solutions announce a $1 million flow through placing

   Zen Graphene Solutions {TSX.V: ZEN}

Announced that subject to TSX Venture Exchange acceptance, it has arranged an offering of flow-through common shares of the company on a non-brokered private placement basis.

The offering comprises up to 2.5 million flow-through common shares of the company at a price of 40 cents per flow-through common share for gross proceeds of up to $1-million. Continue reading