Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Nice news out of Vena Resources ( this morning

Here's the link, here's the headline

Vena Discovers 115 Metre Extension at Azulcocha Polymetallic Mine in Peru Including an 11.65 Metre Drill Intersect Containing 25.2% Zinc and 3% Lead

That's decent rock by anyone's standards (I make it U$640/tonne at today's spot), the other holes offer good numbers too (see the release) and I'm pretty sure there's more to come from the current drill program....spideysenses and all that. So you can like VEM for its U if you like, I'll stick with Azulcocha as the main reason to be long here, as always. The chart looks like a breakout to me, too:
So c'mon, swing out dudette and join in the chorus:

DYODD, cos I'm long this one (and winning already).