There’s a legendary team that has a beyond-belief knack for spotting gold gems, handing billions in value to shareholders. And they're at it again...
The chart for Calibre Mining Corp. (TSX:CXB) (OTCQX:CXBMF), the largest gold miner in Nicaragua and a gold producer in Nevada, is looking good!
An undervalued debt-free, unhedged, free cash-flow generating gold producer continues to deliver strong financial and drill results - now with nearly $73 million in the bank.
Canaccord maintains price target for Calibre Mining despite gold's recent slump. Here are our thoughts.
Calibre Mining (CXB) just received another analyst buy target from yet another major bank. This time it was from Steven Green at TD. A closer look at the chart reveals CXB is near a key break-out level.
How Calibre Mining's management team continues to deliver on a winning corporate strategy, with analysts cheering the gold producer's results.
Milestones don't come along every day – that's why when they do, we should pay very close attention. Otherwise, it might be an opportunity missed. And Calibre Mining Corp. (TSX: CXB; OTCQX: CXBMF) just released its blueprint for the next decade.
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In early June, Raymond James Ltd. added Calibre Mining Corp. (CXB-TSX; CXBMF – OTCQX) to their list of favored gold stocks. Their strong buy recommendation was based on a detailed analysis of the company that included these three central investment themes.
Canaccord Genuity, a global full-service investment bank that specializes in growth companies just upgraded Calibre Mining to BUY from SPEC Buy, as well as a significantly higher price target.
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