Investors should be buying Cornish Metals - CUSN -TSX. Cornish made the following release today - but this is not the full story about this attractive junior. It does highlight the significant interest in Tin, globally. There is a reason companies like ELEC are looking for any exposure to Tin that they get their hands on. The real story about CUSN lies in the tin mines of Cornwall. Once you check out CUSN you will see the massive hidden value in this company. Jump to the website to enhance your awareness: Cornish Metals ELECTRIC ROYALTIES TO ACQUIRE 1% NSR ON SLEITAT TIN-SILVER PROJECT Electric Royalties Ltd. (TSXV: ELEC) (OTCQB: ELECF) ("Electric Royalties" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the signing of a binding letter of intent with a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cornish Metals Inc (TSXV: CUSN) (AIM: CUSN) to acquire a newly granted 1% Net Smelter Royalty (the "1% NSR") on mining claims comprising core strategic tenure at the Sleitat Mountain Tin-Silver deposit in Southwestern Alaska (the "Sleitat Project" or "Sleitat"). Brendan Yurik, CEO of Electric Royalties commented, "We are tremendously excited about adding the first tin royalty to our metals portfolio. Tin prices have appreciated more than 90% in the past year and we believe projections for tin demand remain very bullish for the foreseeable future. In Sleitat, we have transacted on one of the very few hard rock tin assets in North America. We believe securing a tin asset in a Tier 1 jurisdiction is particularly valuable in that China and Indonesia alone were responsible for more than 54% of global tin mine production in 2020.2The United States currently has no tin reserves, hasn't produced tin domestically since 1993 and imported 32,000 tonnes of refined tin in 2020. A 2017 paper by the USGS reviewed the tin supply situation and identified Sleitat as one of only two tin deposits in the US with potential to be economically viable. IWA is a shareholder of Cornish Metals
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