Breakdown: Gold and Silver Exploration Stocks in BC, Canada

VC+ Tickerscores: Using 20+ variables, we’ve analyzed over 50 exploration companies with their main projects in BC. Here are the highlights of the data.

In this report, we classify exploration companies as those that do not yet have a NI 43-101 compliant resource. “Developers” and “Producers” are the two other categories we use and are covered as separate stages in our system. To learn more about Tickerscores and VC+, click here.

Breakdown of BC Exploration Companies using VC+ Tickerscores

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4 Responses to “Breakdown: Gold and Silver Exploration Stocks in BC, Canada”

  1. JT says:

    Under ticker analysis scores, Perhaps when you show the three input variables to a score, financial, management and project it would be simple and effective to also highlight the relative weighting each component contributes towards a final number and position as I understand they are not equal.

  2. Paul says:

    A nicely packaged way to advertise the companies they hold….the mining sector….run for your life as these will always be the worst odds (the mining sector) you will ever encounter…period!!!

    • VC-Jeff says:

      Hi Paul,
      With VC+ Tickerscores, we use over 20 financial, quantitative variables to compute the scores. Our scoring criteria is not hard to find – in fact here is the exact scoring criteria for BC Exploration:

      In the breakdown we posted above, we were simply showing the top 5 of those 50+ companies based on our scoring. We don’t own any positions in any of those stocks.

      Tickerscores is a 100% independent analysis and will be available in early September.

  3. Paul says:

    OK…Thank you for explaining that information!

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