It Doesn’t Get Much Tighter Than The Share Structure Of This Junior Explorer
Would you like to see a tight share structure?
Check out GSP Resource Corp (TSX-V:GSPR):
You’ve got a free trading float of less than 5 million shares in GSPR, and a fully-diluted share count of less than 15 million shares. This is the tightest share structure I think I have ever seen. There are 1.4 million warrants outstanding at a $.20 exercise price that might get driven in as the company ramps up its Alwin Project near Teck’s Highland Valley copper mine in southern BC. In the event this happens GSPR would receive nearly C$300,000 in cash which would help fund summer drilling at Alwin.
Before I get too far ahead of myself let me just say that GSPR caught my attention because of its CEO Simon Dyatowski. Simon is one of the young, up and coming CEOs in the junior mining sector. He has an extensive background in the industry, including through his father and other family connections. He is wicked smart (CFA Charterholder) with both a finance and geology background. He also gets it, in terms of how to do things and create shareholder value by being careful with the treasury and avoiding excessive dilution. GSPR’s share structure is his creation, simply because he has learned from seeing other companies make mistakes and ultimately fail.
Right now GSPR has C$300,000 in the treasury and a C$2.2 million market cap. It simply doesn’t get much cheaper than this. I can think of dozens of companies who have 10x the valuation with much worse management than GSPR. The difference is that these larger market cap stories have done more promotion and been around longer. GSPR is just getting started and the company has carried out virtually zero marketing.
Today’s announcement that GSP has commenced drill permitting at its flagship Alwin Copper-Gold-Silver Project means that GSP is moving things along at a steady pace. GSP intends to begin a drill program at Alwin in May/June after spending the next few months digitizing all data regarding the Alwin Mine property and to produce a 3-dimensional model of mineralization in order to determine the best way to proceed with the property’s development (see news release dated January 30, 2020).
Alwin is an intriguing project (with historic copper grades up to 10% Cu) whose proximate location to the Highland Valley Mine (2 kilometers) makes it especially appealing. In addition, the Highland Valley open pit is expanding towards the Alwin property boundary.
I have purchased 100,000 GSPR shares on the open market in the last month, simply because I see the stock as too cheap and I like the jockey (CEO Simon Dyakowski). I am a buyer at C$.20 or below in GSPR and I see strong potential for a 2x or 3x return over the next six months as GSPR advances Alwin and updates the historic resource to 43-101 standards.
The bigger potential is for GSPR to become a 10-bagger much like we saw in Blackrock Gold (led by another young and energetic CEO, Andrew Pollard) earlier this year as BRC advanced from a $2.5 million market cap to a nearly $30 million market cap over the span of four months. The share structure is certainly there for GSPR to 10-bag, the rest is up to market conditions and management execution. This is where I like my bet on GSPR CEO Simon Dyakowski.
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