Small-cap copper stock on the rise in the 2024 copper bull market

Gladiator Metals Corp. (TSX-V: GLAD)(OTC: GDTRF) — currently trading around C$0.50 per share in the 2024 copper bull market — has received assays from historical drill core from the Cowley Park prospect at the flagship Whitehorse copper project in Yukon Territory, Canada.

The results, which are from historical holes drilled at Cowley Park that were not previously logged or assayed, further define the continuity of high-grade copper skarn mineralization at Cowley Park, highlighted by:

  • 19-CP-14: 10.3 meters @ 1.92% Cu and 1,459 ppm Mo from 131.7m
  • CP-149: 10m @ 1.07% Cu from 49m (within: 24m @ 0.63% Cu from 35m)
  • CP-159: 8m @ 1.02% Cu from 105m

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The Gladiator team is systematically incorporating the results into its ongoing geological modeling at Cowley Park wherein new areas of significant exploration upside, along with new high-priority targets, are being delineated for the upcoming summer exploration program.

Gladiator Metals area map

Gladiator Metals CEO Jason Bontempo commented on the results via press release: 

“Results from the ongoing logging and sampling of unassayed core from exploration drilling completed in recent years has identified further, previously unreported, high-grade mineralization. The results from Gladiator’s sampling continues to define the continuity and scale of high-grade copper mineralization at Cowley Park, as well as providing further definition to the potentially significant coincident molybdenum mineralization. These new results, combined with geological modeling of the Cowley Park prospect have highlighted multiple new areas of exploration upside under cover away from the known mineralization. These areas are key targets for summer exploration programs. Of particular significance is the identification of the continuity of copper mineralization to the unexplored south-east of existing drill grids in CP-159.”

The Whitehorse copper project contains 30 known copper-magnetite skarn targets within a 35 km x 5 km area, many of which outcrop at surface, giving Gladiator a wide array of high-priority targets as it executes the first modern exploration and drilling at Whitehorse in some 40-plus years.

With five main prospects mapped out, and with historical drill datasets in hand, Gladiator is on-track for upward of 30,000 meters of drilling for full-year 2024 across multiple prospects with a primary objective of ranking targets and building resources (copper, gold, silver, molybdenum) for a forthcoming Mineral Resource Estimate. 

Speculators can continue to expect steady news flow from Gladiator over the coming quarters as the company commences its previously announced summer exploration and drilling activities at the flagship, Tier-1-hosted project. 

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With copper trading firmly above US$4.75 per pound and poised to head even higher, our own Gerardo Del Real of Junior Resource Monthly caught up with Gladiator Metals president Marcus Harden to discuss the most recent assay results, the upcoming exploration agenda, and much more. Please enjoy! 

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Yours in profits,

Mike Fagan

Mike Fagan
Editor, Resource Stock Digest

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