EDITOR: | February 25th, 2014

Technology Metals lead market charge with GeoMegA (+81.58%), Star (+40%), UCORE (+31.95%) & Peak (+31.34%) up for the week

| February 25, 2014 | No Comments
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IIRInvestorIntel Week-in-Review: GeoMegA Resources Inc. TSXV: GMA was up +81.58% for the week ending February 21, 2014. Stock halted yesterday and this morning they just released news release titled the Physical Separation of REE-Neighbour series, which will undoubtedly increase the cavalcade towards GeoMegA for more information. They are building off of 3 news releases since the New Year and they were the headline stock in last week’s InvestorIntelReport, as we calculated GMA up +280% since the holidays.

Speaking of technology metals, Star Minerals Group Ltd. CSE: SUV was up +40% and the week before last they were up +42.86% with 2 stellar news releases in a row. This week they put out 2 news releases on the 18th: a corporate update and clarification and the announcement of another Director appointment.

Ucore Rare Metals Inc. knocked the ball out of the park this week with OTCQX: UURAF up +31.95% and TSXV: UCU up + 29.63% last week on funding news on 19th.This was more than funding, as Alessandro Bruno explained yesterday in a special feature titled Alaska Government steps up to the plate with $145M bond offer to finance Ucore Project. Obviously our audience is interested as Ucore’s news release on this $145M and undoubtedly the impact on sustainability, as the Ucore news release was the first to ever place #1 for most viewed articles of the week on InvestorIntel.

No news from Peak Resources Inc., but that did not keep ASX: PEK from rising +31.34% last week. Note that they were up +17.54% the week before last with a corporate update. My conclusion having known Darren Townsend for a while – is that Peak’s shareholders appreciate good management skilled in strategic materials, as Peak has been consistently performing well since the appointment of Darren as the new Managing Director in mid-January.

Matamec Exploration Inc.’s OTCQX: MHREF up +16.88 and TSXV: MAT up +5.56% this last week, undoubtedly from the pile up of news, news and more news. In the last couple of weeks, they have had 3 news releases: Two More Drills Results on the Sakami Gold ProjectMatamec to gain from cooperation with Toyota and Quebec’s mining strategy and Matamec’s Kipawa HREE Project Strategically Positioned to Benefit from Quebec’s Electrification of Transport as per KPMG-SECOR Study.

Mason Graphite Inc.’s TSXV: LLG was up +10.61% and OTCQX: MGPHF moved +5.67% on more news on their deal with Group Nanoxplore Inc. On February 18th they announced the closing of their first tranche in their investment in Nanoxplore – again, a deal with a graphene processor equals northern stock movement. Very interested to find out more….

Carlisle Goldfields Ltd.’s OTCQX: CGJCF up +8.33% and TSX: CGJ up +7.14% with news on February 18th that they had closed their final tranche in a private placement that had been proposed along with a management work plan on the 6th. Carlisle had moved up +27.27 and +20% the week before last, again: management. They kicked off February with the appointment of Abraham Drost as the new President and Chief Executive Officer.

You want to see the numbers and how these companies really moved, or view the Top 10 Most Viewed Articles on InvestorIntel for the week ending February 21st? Or if you want to see how Stria Capital Inc., Zenyatta Ventures Ltd., Texas Rare Earth Resources Corp., Alberta Oilsands Inc., Northern Minerals Limited and Medallion Resources Ltd. also moved north — log-in to InvestorIntelReport or click here to become an exclusive member.


Tracy Weslosky

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