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Lupaka Gold Corp are a gold focused junior near-term producer with one mine in development in Peru and two exploration properties. They have approximately 2.5Moz. of gold in the reserves and resources category of which 1.5Moz. are in the measured and indicated category. They have a market capitalisation of ~C$16.7M which is a rise of roughly 2% over the last eight months. As of 03/31/2017 they have ~C$1M debt and ~C$0.04M cash. They have 116M shares outstanding and trade on the Canadian Venture Exchange and the over-the-counter markets.
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In 2012, they merged with Andean American Gold corp. They acquired the 70,000 acre Invicta Gold project (potential 1 million oz).
Gold Price (last analysis) ($)
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Stock Price (last analysis) ($)
1 Yr Stock Price High ($)
Stock Price Change From 1 Yr High (%)
Stock Price USA 5-Year High ($) (including date)
$1.42 - 2/6/2012
Stock Price USA 5-Year Low ($) (including date)
7 Cents - 12/15/2014
Eric Edwards is a CEO with a good track record. He was the CEO who sold Andean Resources to Goldcorp, and the CEO who sold Ventura Gold to International Minerals. Will he sell Lupaka too? I hope not.
Local Issues (wag)
Appears to be low political risk. The Crucero project is in a very sparsely populated area and an existing copper mine 5 miles away.
100% for Invicta and Crucero
Country of Incorporation
Invicta Property. Acquired in 2012.
8 million oz at Invicta at 15 gpt (likely to be a low recovery rate)
20,000 oz due over 4 years.
Shareholder Friendly (wag)
Low dilution and a lot of cash, but likely to get diluted because production is at least 4 years away.
Ore Grade (wag)
Crucero: low grade surface mine (1 gpt)
3/3/2015: Increased rating from 2 to 3 because they decided to be a producer, and their market cap is only $10 million.
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