29. November 2019 | 11:18 CET
dynaCERT, Mkango Resources, Osino Resources - what impact has Eric Sprott's involvement?
Today is Friday and many young people in Germany are on strike again for climate protection. While some people are protesting, others are creating technical facts for environmental protection as best they can and as physics allows. Never again will change be as slow as it is now. The Canadian company dynaCERT has developed a technology that makes existing diesel engines greener. The advantage of retrofitting devices is that they save fuel and prevent the emission of pollutants.
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Eric Sprott is a very successful investor and has focused on the commodities industry for decades. However, his investment into the technology company dynaCERT is not surprising, as the mining industry then uses a variety of generators and diesel engines in all vehicles underground and above ground. Especially in remote areas the dependence on diesel engines will remain for a long time.
With the investment into dynaCERT not only 14 million CAD fresh capital comes into the cash to expand the marketing activities of the company, but the signal effect the name Eric Sprott brings with it should open many doors in the mining industry. dynaCERT enables defacto environmental protection now and today.
Supplier of electro mobility
Audi is also investing in the future. As the company announced today, a total of around EUR 37 billion will be invested by 2024. An amount of EUR 12 billion is being announced for the electro mobility sector. How much of this commitment will flow to the Mkango in Malawi is open, but the company, which focuses on rare earths, will benefit from the trend in electric mobility.
Rare earths in Mkango include neodymium and praseodymium and other elements for permanent magnets. Talaxis is a financing partner of Mkango and has already received 49% of the Songwe area through project level development cost absorption. Exploration and develoment takes time and is expensive, but the market will need the materials sooner than later.
Entry opportunities after gold price decline
Osino Resources is among the most successful gold companies this year. At the beginning of the year, investors were still able to purchase shares at a price of CAD 0.25. In September the shares changed hands at a peak of CAD 1.07. In connection with the decline in the gold price, Osino Resources investors also took profits.
The share price is currently at around CAD 0.60, but in conjuction with the European Central Bank's (ECB) warnings about the possible effects of its interest rate policy and the associated money floods, the gold market is likely to return to the focus of investors as a safe haven in the future and especially in the expected turbulent times. The experienced CEO of Osino Resources, Heye Daun, has already proven a lucky hand in setting up companies in Namibia in the past.