White Rock Minerals (WRM) - Gold Anomaly Transforms Value Proposition for Slow Burn Story
Matthew Gordon, Ptolemy Capital
2 Weeks ago
Interview with Matthew Gill, CEO of White Rock Minerals (ASX: WRM).
Not a lot had happened for White Rock Minerals, founded in 2010, over the last decade. It is a zinc-silver-lead-gold explorer and developer, but a recent gold anomaly at it project in Alaska has led to a big increase in the share price in the last couple of months.
White Rock owns the Red Mountain project in central Alaska, which is a high-grade zinc-silver-lead-gold project, and the advanced Mt Carrington gold-silver project in New South Wales. Gill's job to monetise Mt Carrington whilst turning Red Mountain into the new flagship. He talks to us about his plans and how he intends to deliver on them.
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