Atalaya Mining (ATYM) has been a favourite of mine for a few years now, but seems to be one of those shares which you rarely see mentioned on social media and the bulletin boards. It was formerly EMED. Ring a bell?
Stand by for the proposed AIM re-float of Cambridge Mineral Resources, the mining hopeful once headed by colourful entrepreneur David Bramhill, former leading light of Nighthawk Energy and Wessex Exploration. Cambridge, which had dabbled in gold projects from Bulgaria to Colombia before bowing out of AIM in 2009 at a fraction of its original 16p float price, will seek between £1 million and £4 million in an AIM re-launch in the first quarter of 2016, to develop the large-scale Masa Valverde zinc, copper and gold project in southern Spain’s Andalucia region, says chief executive officer Mark Slater.