After spending more than six months locked at a four-star rank, Taseko Mines
With its Gibraltar expansion projects nearing completion and the potential for federal approval nearing for its Prosperity mine, CAPS members are gaining more confidence in the future growth of Taseko Mines. The miner is also sitting on solid reserves and a financially sound balance sheet, and many investors see Taseko in a stronger position to capitalize on reserves than many peers.
Similar to the higher copper prices being captured by larger copper producers such as Freeport McMoRan
The record high gold price recently reached -- as well as the prospects of even higher prices in the future -- has CAPS members growing more bullish on Taseko's Prosperity project. Prosperity is among a number of projects in British Columbia that show significant promise, including NovaGold Resources'
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