Rupert Resources – Ikkari Deposit Now Over 4 Million Oz Gold, 30,000 Meters Of Drilling This Year Focused On Growth and Discovery

February 22, 2024

Recently, Finland has come up in many of our interviews as a great place for metals exploration, especially in terms of gold. Rupert Resources (“Rupert” or the “Company”) (TSX.V:RUP – OTCQX:RUPRF) is a leader in the country on the exploration front, now growing the Ikkari Discovery (made in 2020) to an over 4 million ounce resource (96% in the indicated category).


Thomas Credland, Head of Corporate Development at Rupert joins me to recap the updated Resource Estimate and the Company’s fully funded 30,000 meter drill program. This year’s drill program is shifting back to growing the resource and making discoveries. Along with a Pre-Feasibility Study later in the year, drilling will be the main catalysts.


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Click here to visit the Rupert website to read over the Company’s corporate presentation.

    Feb 22, 2024 22:46 AM
    Feb 22, 2024 22:51 AM
    Feb 22, 2024 22:47 AM

    Hi Guy, New Pacific has been discussed here a number of times but lately it has been buried by the extremely poor sentiment in the precious metal market. Thanks for reminding the board that it is shaping up to be a world class deposit. Bolivia is a great jurisdiction for finding huge silver deposits and the country is very mining friendly. Another world class development is Eloro Resources also in Bolivia and in the silver rich Potosi area exploited by The Spaniards in 1600, but it too has been hammered by these poor markets. A junior that has caught my eye right next door to Eloro is Cartier Silver. When the worm turns, we can all say we told you so! LOL! DT

    Feb 22, 2024 22:43 PM

    I listened to HH’s talk on silver stocks, I think it is probably prudent to keep some cash aside in case the conventional markets crater and then everything will follow suit. There are bargains galore, but we may see a capitulation move where the bargains are even cheaper. DT