Rare Earth Minerals: Between a lithium-bearing rock and a hard place despite more Lenigas twitter lies
By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM | Monday 29 February 2016
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Bacanora Minerals (BCN), the AIM and TSX-listed lithium explorer with assets in the Sonora province of Mexico, has stood out from its peers in the junior exploration space in recent years. While share prices have collapsed all around it, this lithium play has maintained a market cap of £70 million despite having yet to release a PFS. Part of this is because lithium was the hot commodity of 2015, but also because (as Peter Secker alluded to when this exact question was put to him at Gold and Bears) Bacanora has a "supportive shareholder".