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#4 Weekly Update on 2019 Picks – Feb. 4, New Pick added

February 2, 2019

Stock (List Price)Current Stock Price Update

PORE ($.06) – $.08 – digitization of all the underground workings to calculate a new block model. This in-house work will be completed in a few weeks and will allow confirmation of the economic potential

WM ($.16) – $.205 – a new director was appointed, Michael Pesner, President of Hermitage Canada Finance Inc., 2019 drill program of 50,000 – 70,000 meters to commence in mid-February

JG ($.205) – $.20 – exploration team is currently working at winter headquarters in Ikutahara, Japan preparing for 2019 exploration season

DV ($.415) – $.39 – continues to be in winter shutdown, conducting engineering & scientific studies

SHL ($.04) – $.06 – additional drill results included 9.97 metres of 7.45 per cent copper (Cu), including a 5.03-metre section grading 11.42 per cent Cu, there is potential for a gold resource as well

RCLF ($.105) – $.15 – continues to do due diligence on all 14 properties they are acquiring from RNC Minerals in the Snow Lake area of Manitoba

NTRL ($.08) – $.065 – awaiting an update on an introduction of their CBD infused sweeteners

RISE ($.08) – $.095 – company intends to conduct further drilling

PJX ($.30) – $.28 – should be spudding drill to test shallow targets at depths between 100m and 200m and will then conduct a deeper test over 600m

HWY ($.19) – $.17 – needs funding to drill its Monroe property, but since that property is bound on both sides by the PJX property, it will benefit from any success by PJX in its drilling

MXR ($.15) – $.18 – came back to trade with a bang, traded over 3.8 million shares first day, stock is under accumulation, results of first 5 conglomerate bulk test contained free gold, currently processing additional samples, test pit program branching out further and further to increase the lateral extent of the gold mineralization

SGI ($.695) – $.77 – phase 2 drilling at Hermes South is expanding the existing resource and identifying additional zones of mineralization, Company also working on expanding resources at its producing Plutonic Gold Mine where it is aiming to produce 100,000 ounces Au in 2019  *always remember their costs are in Aussie dollars, has $22mln cash and NO debt.

NEW PICK

CTEC ($.08) – Newly listed, with Charles Gryba as President, holds all the old Timmins area properties that used to be in Claim Post Resources. Privately did 15 million shares at $.10 prior to listing along with an overallotment of 2.25 million shares as well resulting in Delbrook Capital Advisors owning 4.95 million shares. CTEC recently did a flow-thru financing of 5 million shares at $.20 which was taken entirely by Goldcorp Inc. Goldcorp has right to participate in further financings and has formed a technical committee with CTEC.

The Company has outlined an additional 26 potential drill targets that are currently being prioritized: eight in Deloro and Ogden townships on the south side of the Destor Porcupine fault zone (DPFZ), 15 in Mountjoy township, and three in northwest Godfrey township north of the DPFZ. A small amount of confirmation ground geophysics will also be carried out concurrently with the drill programs.

A 4-hole drill hole program was completed on Deloro Twp but returned low gold values. CTEC is relogging and sampling 12 NQ diamond drill holes that were drilled in 2017 by a previous owner that were never split or assayed prior to it resuming drilling.

***FEB 5 ADD

RJX.A ($.045) – RJK Explorations just announced that it has optioned what could be a diamond elephant play. The optioned properties are just south of Cobalt, Ontario and cover what Tony Bishop, Prospector, believes is the source for the 800 Carat Nipissing Yellow Diamond, found in the 1903/05 time frame during the silver rush around Cobalt. Research of historical documents and interviews with descendants, prospecting and recent geophysical surveys have identified at least 18 potential kimberlite pipes and RJK has drill permits in hand to test a number of these. The kicker here is that the economics of developing and mining a diamondiferous kimberlite pipe in this area are substantially better than the current economics at the diamond mines in the Canadian North. Stock is at absolute lows, large shareholders including Sprott… any success will be leveraged.

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