It will as sure as eggs are eggs crash unless it is bought out early doors. The junior mining charts we have all seen do illustrate the general flow of money. Not many make to the rise when production is due and I am confident less so with the grade and resource estimate we have. Worth keeping an eye on new miners and putting in that early speculative money but getting out before the drop? http://www.worldofwallstreet.us/2011/04/brent-cooks-life-cycle-of-a-junior-mining-explorer.html
Whilst GGP may well have a little something it's entirely driven by a micro penny share feeding frenzy and will fall back just as rapidly as it's risen whilst there is some liquidity which will undoubtedly disappear as fast as it came.
CNR on the other hand is not of interest to these speculative type buyers because it appears 'expensive', these buyers want millions of shares for coppers which is what they're getting.
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