RSD Weekly Recap: Leading Edge Materials, K2 Gold, Cordoba Minerals, Almadex Minerals, Fission Uranium Skyharbour Resources, James Dines

This is Gerardo Del Real with your Resource Stock Digest weekly recap.

Gold flirted with $1200 an ounce, added nearly 2% for the week and is currently trading at that level.

Silver closed at $16.71 per ounce, up just over 1% for the week while the dollar closed down approximately 0.7% for the week.

Copper closed at $2.67/lb. for the week for a gain of almost 5%.

Platinum gained nearly 1% closing at $979 per ounce while palladium managed a gain of 0.7% closing at $753 per ounce.

Brent Crude was down 3% for the week closing just above $55 and uranium traded near the $23/lb. level all week long.

It was busy week here at Resource Stock Digest.

I had the opportunity to speak with (click for interview) Leading Edge Materials president & CEO Blair Way about progress at its flagship Woxna graphite project as well as progress on the lithium front with its newly staked Bergby project.

K2 Gold president & CEO Stephen Swatton went over (click for interview) the world-class team that K2 gold has put together. A team that includes, among others, John Robbins — founder & chairman of Kaminak Minerals— Craig Roberts and Gary Freeman.

I also had the pleasure of speaking with (click for interview) Cordoba Minerals president & CEO Mario Stifano, who shared the details of the most recent drill results at its San Matias copper-gold project in Colombia.

Speaking of copper-gold projects, I got to chat (click for interview) with Almadex Minerals CEO Morgan Poliquin about the latest results at the El Cobre copper-gold project in Veracruz, Mexico.

Uranium is back on people’s radar and we had the chance to catch up (click for interview) Fission Uranium president Ross McElroy, to go over several upcoming catalysts for Fission in 2017.

Speaking of quality uranium companies, Skyharbour Resources president & CEO Jordan Trimble stopped by (click for interview) to chat about upcoming drilling at the flagship Moore Lake and how the company is positioned to be a leading uranium project generator.

Last but definitely not least, back on December 12th, I had the absolute pleasure of speaking with (click for interview) the legendary Mr. Jim Dines. Mr. Dines called a uranium bottom just weeks before the turn around in the sector and went over his thoughts on currencies, gold and the upcoming bond crash.