FISSION 3.0 CORP. ANNOUNCES MR. STEVE COCHRANE HAS JOINED THE BOARD & HAS ENGAGED CLARKHAM CAPITAL
The capital markets know Mr. Cochrane and he knows capital markets. Steve is well known on the “street” and has a good reputation with retail investors. He has a demonstrated ability for public market transactions and board direction. This is positive for the growing team at Fission 3.0 Corp.
Real success in the junior markets comes from drilling. Period.
One drill hole changes the game. It’s very hard to decide who gets to make it and who doesn’t. It is always surprising how few make it through to mining nirvana. Why would you bet on those that have not? Fission has the team that understands discovery.
The recent news that Fission 3.0 is going to drill the highly prospective PLN property should not be a surprise.
Things are lining up well:
- People: growing team with the core being those that know what discovery takes.
- Projects: it does not get much better than PLN. In addition, Fission 3.0 has a barrel full of other projects that will not sit idle in this hot market, along with a capital markets team led by some great promoters and deal makers.
- Price: Bit hard to gauge this at this point, but Fission 3.0 is attractive given the explosive potential of the projects in the portfolio. Even a hint of discovery will push this stock much higher, not to mention a few attractive joint ventures that are sure to come out of this deal driven team. They live for this stuff.
We would add one more P – Promotion. This team LOVES to promote. And they have the money, the projects, and the people.
IWA has scanned many energy juniors, and few, if any, have this kind of upside supported by the backers that Fission 3.0 has.
Fission 3.0 is a buy at these levels and if the energy trade continues (which it will), this junior could go much higher.
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IWA is a shareholder of Fission 3.0 Corp
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