A Grocery Store Full of Critical Commodities Opening Up in Quebec (incl. interview with Chris Grove)

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A Grocery Store Full of Critical Commodities Opening Up in Quebec (incl. interview with Chris Grove)

Rockstone Research Ltd.'s Mining Analyst Stephan Bogner (Dipl. Kfm., FH) recently published an article on rare earth elements along with the rare metals, tantalum and niobium, mentioning Commerce Resource Corp. among others. 

The article, titled "A Grocery Store Full of Critical Commodities Opening Up in Quebec", can be read on the following websites, among others: 



The German version, titled "Schlag auf Schlag in eine neue Dimension: Eldor wird zum Eldorado der Super-Rohstoffe", can be read on the following website, among others: 



Commerce Resources Corp. (TSX.V: CCE) reported an intriguing new discovery on its Eldor Rare Earth Property in Quebec yesterday, announcing high tantalum-niobium grade boulders which rank impressively against other top deposits worldwide.

As much attention has been focused exclusively on advancing Eldor's primary asset, the Ashram Rare Earth Deposit, yesterday's results are an unexpected surprise. While developing the Ashram Deposit, recent work has focused on infill and step-out drilling as well as metallurgical investigations. We published articles in December and January explaining the significance of Commerce's metallurgical breakthrough with the Ashram Deposit. Our assessment was echoed by Luisa Moreno, Mining and Metals Analyst with Euro Pacific Capital, who said in a recent interview: "I think (Commerce's recent Ashram deposit) results are very positive."

Commerce's latest news is in regards to regional exploration activities at the Eldor Property. The results represent boulder sampling of a larger mineralized body present on the property and highlight the potential for the property to host at least four highly sought-after commodities: tantalum, niobium, rare earth elements and phosphate.

Numerous, extremely high-grade mineralized boulders were collected with samples assaying up to 1,220 ppm Ta2O5, 15,700 ppm Nb2O5, 11% P2O5, and 0.5% TREO (enriched in the HREOs). The tantalum grades alone are among the highest in the world, whereas mining operations consider grades in excess of 300 ppm Ta2O5 as high-grade. The niobium grades compare very well to producing mines and are above average to most known niobium deposits...

To read both our previous articles of December 2013 and January 2014 in one PDF, please access the following link:

English version: http://www.rockstone-research.de/research/RockstoneREEarticlesDec2013Jan2014.pdf

German version:  http://www.rockstone-research.de/research/RockstoneREEartikelDez2013Jan2014.pdf

Additionally, a readworthy interview from Secutor Capital Management Corp. with Chris Grove of Commerce Resources Corp. can be read with the following link: http://goo.gl/91slPY


Please read the disclaimers within the respective articles, whereas it is noted that the author holds shares Commerce Resources Corp. and may sell those any time without notice, whereas neither Rockstone Research Ltd. nor the author was remunerated by any of the companies mentioned to produce or publish this content. Please read the full disclaimer at www.rockstone-research.com as none of this content is to be construed as an "investment advice."