RSD Weekly Recap: Bell Copper (TSX-V: BCU)
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This is Gerardo Del Real with the Resource Stock Digest weekly recap.
Gold is in the midst of a rally that may actually have some legs. It settled last week at $1,302/oz. for a weekly gain of $19.
Silver settled at $15.71/oz. for a weekly gain of approximately 2.7%.
The Dollar settled at 95.76 for a weekly loss of 0.6%.
Copper was relatively flat and settled at $2.72/lb. for a weekly gain of one cent.
Platinum was up 2.5%, settling at $816/oz.
Palladium settled at $1,343/oz. for a weekly loss of just over 1%.
Zinc staged a comeback, picking up three cents and settling at $1.20/lb.
Oil was relatively flat and settled at $53.53/barrel for a weekly loss of twenty-three cents.
Uranium also was relatively flat but back at the $29 level.
I had the pleasure of speaking with Bell Copper (TSX-V: BCU) CEO Dr. Timothy Marsh on the Perseverance Project. The project is joint-ventured with Cordoba Minerals (TSX-V: CDB)(OTC: CDBMF), who can earn-in to 80% of the project. The target is a monster and it will be interesting to see what the drill bit has to say the next go round.
This week we talked the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference, cannabis stocks, cryptos, police corruption, and the not-so-bright media and their coverage of the Covington Catholic kids and the dumb adults with opinions about them (See what I did there … never mind). Anyways have a listen.
That’s all for this week. This is Gerardo Del Real with the Resource Stock Digest weekly recap.
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