Meteoric Resources (ASX:MEI)
When it comes to metals, there is huge potential given current market conditions. Base and precious metals are seeing renewed demand, along with rising prices.
The question is how can investors capitalise on the changing landscape?
One Perth-based company has recently listed on the ASX and moved into primetime metals commercialisation.
It has assembled a blend of base metal assets, including cobalt, nickel and copper, in Canada — a region with many commercial possibilities.
This company now has four distinct prospects with around US$20 million of historical data on hand and most recently took possession of additional cobalt ground at its Mulligan Cobalt Project.
Everyone agrees that the electric-vehicle revolution has arrived but beyond that there is no consensus as to how fast it might evolve. Cobalt has the legs to reach higher highs, and welcome a heap of aspirational cobalt suppliers to market — including the early-moving MEI, priced at a just $0.067 per share with a market capitalisation of A$30 million.
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If you’re looking for a ground-floor entry into tomorrow’s energy renaissance fuelled by new-age metals and efficient energy use — the polymetallic cobalt-wielding MEI could be the way to go.
Meteoric to Drill Test Canadian Cobalt Projects & Unlock Value
Mar 19, 2018
Meteoric Resources (ASX:MEI) has secured 100% ownership of four impressive primary cobalt projects in the mining friendly jurisdiction of Ontario, Canada.
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ASX Cobalt Explorer Begins Canadian Drill Campaign
Nov 28, 2017
This Perth-based company has assembled a blend of prospective base metal assets, including cobalt, nickel and copper, in Canada — a region with many commercial possibilities. It also possesses around US$20 million of historical data and recently acquired additional cobalt ground at its Mulligan Cobalt Project.