StirCrazy - I think most junior AIM goldies are out of favour at this time, its been one long downtrend since 2011. Even CNR which has gone from strength to strength with it's impressive mine economics is down to 3 years lows today. Gold price is a factor and perhaps current investing trend suggests the market is pricing another fall to around the $1100/oz level. KEFI won't be producing for a long while yet, they still need to agree finance terms and have stated they will come to shareholders for additional funds. Prospect of further dilution to get this project up and running doesn't sit well with the get rich quick mentality rife today. KEFI is one to watch but not many juniors out there worth investing in just yet.
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