Weekly Summary - QIS Blog - May 11, 2018 - May 11th 2018
Weekly Summary - QIS Blog - May 11, 2018
As mentioned in past weeks, now that a new official QIS Capital Feature Company Profile has been added, we'll be keeping investors updated regularly on Deer Horn Capital (DHC:CSE).
One recent piece of news that bodes well for the future demand of Tellurium based on its role in the construction of solar panels:
Solar panels will be required on new homes in California starting in 2020http://nationalpost.com/news/world/solar-panels-will-be-required-on-new-homes-in-california-starting-in-2020
Deer Horn Capital is looking to develop Canada's first tellurium-silver-gold mine at the Deer Horn Project in north-central British Columbia. The Deer Horn Property has been recognized by First Solar Inc. as one of the world's top four primary tellurium properties.
We are always looking for new investment ideas and are open to researching any promising companies discussed in this forum or presented to us via email or phone call. As always, we have a preference for those stocks which are fundamentally sound, undervalued and underfollowed.
QIS Capital's most recently issued update was sent out to subscribers on May 10, 2018. QIS Update #7 included the latest news from NTG Clarity Networks (NCI:TSX-V).
Link to QIS Update #6 from May 3rd: http://www.smallcaps.ca/updates/qis-update-6-2018-ntg-clarity-networks-files-2017-results-while-deer-horn-capital-releases-several-news-releases
The new feature company profile for Deer Horn Capital has also been published to the website at www.smallcaps.ca.
Deer Horn Capital profile: http://www.smallcaps.ca/feature-companies/deer-horn-capital-inc-dhc-cse
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For the fifth consecutive week, The TSX Composite delivered a gain for investors, and this week, both the Dow ones and TSX Venture Composite followed suit with a gain of their own. The S&P TSX Venture Composite Index added a total of 10.67 points on the week, closing at 782.91 on Friday. Canada’s best-known stock market index, the S&P TSX Composite, locked in a fifth straight positive week, adding a total of 253.92 points during the week. The TSX Composite closed on Friday at 15,983.32 points, its highest close since late January 2018. Down in the United States, the Dow Jones Industrial Average increased by 568.66 points on the week with gains posted on each of the five trading days. The Dow Jones closed out the week at 24,831.17 points.
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