News

Kingston Resources’ (ASX: KSN) latest drilling at the historic Misima gold mine in Papua New Guinea has confirmed the potential to increase the existing 3.6 million ounce gold resource (reports Small Caps).

Kingston Resources’ (ASX: KSN) latest drilling at the historic Misima gold mine in Papua New Guinea has confirmed the potential to increase the existing 3.6 million ounce gold resource (reports Small Caps). Resource in-fill drilling at the Kulumalia prospect, located at the southern end of the main Umana ore body, has returned several positive assay results.

read more

Gold enjoyed a relief rally this week as the U.S. prepared to pump an extra $US1.9 trillion of paper money into the system

Gold enjoyed a relief rally this week as the U.S. prepared to pump an extra $US1.9 trillion of paper money into the system, but the bigger picture of rising interest rates and the potential for faster global growth kept the focus on copper and other industrial materials, including oil. It wasn’t all plain sailing for industrial materials. It never is, as investors exposed to nickel discovered when China delivered a supply surprise. Iron ore also suffered a setback courtesy of events in China which point to a cutback in steel production.

read more

Early results at Vulcan project show promise, but we’ve been here before. Plus, junior Inca set to drill big copper target of its own in Peru and Battery Minerals prepares for first holes in Victoria’s gold-rich Stawell corridor.

Has Andrew Forrest’s iron ore money printing machine Fortescue cracked the code and made a big discovery at the Vulcan iron oxide-copper-gold prospect in the backyard of the daddy of IOCG’s, BHP’s Olympic Dam in South Australia? Too early to know, but it’s fair to say there was lots of interest in interim results from two deep holes on the Vulcan North anomaly reported by Fortescue’s (FMG) junior partner in the Vulcan joint venture, Tasman Resources (TAS).

read more

Instability caused by last week’s rise in U.S. bond rates remained the dominant theme on financial markets this week with iron ore and copper the pick of the commodities sector while gold struggled to recover lost ground.

Instability caused by last week’s rise in U.S. bond rates remained the dominant theme on financial markets this week with iron ore and copper the pick of the commodities sector while gold struggled to recover lost ground. More of the same can be expected in future weeks until a clear picture emerges of the post-pandemic world and investors learn to live with the aftershocks of the wild ride on markets over the last 12-months.

read more

Larry Jeddeloh is bearish on US bonds and bullish on shares with the current correction “the last major dip to buy” as quantitative easing drives a renewed surge like that of the late 1990’s (reports The Australian).

Larry Jeddeloh is bearish on US bonds and bullish on shares with the current correction “the last major dip to buy” as quantitative easing drives a renewed surge like that of the late 1990’s (reports The Australian).

read more

New World Resources has intercepted massive copper sulphides and a new thick offshoot of mineralisation at its Antler copper project in the US state of Arizona (reports Stockhead).

New World Resources has intercepted massive copper sulphides and a new thick offshoot of mineralisation at its Antler copper project in the US state of Arizona (reports Stockhead). The intercepts from recent drilling are some of the best New World Resources (ASX:NWC) has encountered to date at its Antler project, managing director, Mike Haynes, said.

read more

The charmed run of WA mining entrepreneur Tim Goyder has continued after his Liontown Resources reported wide gold intersections from recent drilling at its Moora project 160km north-east of Perth (reports The West Australian).

The charmed run of WA mining entrepreneur Tim Goyder has continued after his Liontown Resources reported wide gold intersections from recent drilling at its Moora project 160km north-east of Perth (reports The West Australian). Shares in Liontown surged to an all-time high on the back of the announcement that the explorer’s maiden reverse circulation hole at Moora had returned 44m at 1.6 g/t gold from 200-244m, including 20m at 3.2g/t and 4m at 10.1g/t.

read more

Feeding frenzy or supercycle? That is the question which dominated the thinking of seasoned market watchers this week as everything (well, almost everything) went up and the rotation out of precious metals into industrial commodities gathered pace.

Feeding frenzy or supercycle? That is the question which dominated the thinking of seasoned market watchers this week as everything (well, almost everything) went up and the rotation out of precious metals into industrial commodities gathered pace. Management moves, often seen at this stage of a sea-change in the commodity sector, also caught the eye of investors, especially the planned shift of Northern Star’s executive chairman, Bill Beament, for something smaller and presumably more fun.

read more

Upcoming Events

View All

18th May 2021

RRS May Investor Lunch Series - Brisbane

*Fully booked – register to join the wait list* Four outstanding growth stories | Bellevue Gold, Boss Energy, Centaurus Metals & Greenvale Mining

19th May 2021

RRS May Investor Lunch Series - Sydney

Four outstanding growth stories | Bellevue Gold, Boss Energy, Centaurus Metals & Greenvale Mining

20th May 2021

RRS May Investor Lunch Series - Melbourne

Four outstanding growth stories | Bellevue Gold, Boss Energy, Centaurus Metals & Greenvale Mining

© 2021 Resources Rising Stars All Rights Reserved