RSD Weekly Recap: Metal Prices, Nevada Sunrise, K92 Mining, Almaden Minerals, Leading Edge Materials, Mark Brown

This is Gerardo Del Real with the Resource Stock Digest Weekly Recap.

Gold closed at $1,267 an ounce on Friday, October 21st and was relatively flat all week, managing a gain of 1%.

Silver closed at $17.49 an ounce for a weekly loss of 0.3%.

Copper, platinum and palladium were all down as well losing 0.3%,0.3% and 4.3% respectively.

It was another busy week here at Resource Stock Digest.

I spoke with Nevada Sunrise (TSX-V: NEV)(OTC: NVSGF) CEO Warren Stanyer (click for interview) about the drilling program at the company’s Clayton Northeast lithium property. The project is a JV with Advantage Lithium (TSX-V: AAL)(OTC: AVILF).

I had an opportunity to speak with (click for interview) K92 Mining (TSX-V: KNT)(OTC: KNTNF) President Bryan Slusarchuk about the the company’s PEA on its Kora deposit.

I also chatted with (click for interview) Almaden Minerals (TSX: AMM)(NYSE: AAU) President Morgan Poliquin about drilling at Ixtaca. The drilling continues to outline more silver and gold and the company recently discovered important new zones of veining which have the potential to contribute to an already robust set of economics.

Pacific Opportunity Capital President Mark Brown stopped in (click for interview) to share his thoughts on the resource markets

Lastly, I spoke with (click for interview) Leading Edge Materials (TSX-V: LEM)(OTC: LEMIF) President & CEO Blair Way about the company’s newest addition to its portfolio. Leading Edge staked it first lithium project, near its flagship Woxna graphite project.

Leading Edge Materials is positioning itself as a one stop shop for critical metals.