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US vanadium juniors not looking at the peaks

If the odds of becoming even a moderately successful gold producer are not great for the hundreds of small companies that set off down that road, spare a thought for the vanadium hopefuls that have emerged around the latest price spike for the 17th most used metal on the planet. And the investors that have jumped aboard. Mercenary Geologist Mickey Fulp is one taking a fairly cautious view of the prospects for newcomers in the sector.

US vanadium juniors not looking at the peaks US vanadium juniors not looking at the peaks US vanadium juniors not looking at the peaks US vanadium juniors not looking at the peaks US vanadium juniors not looking at the peaks

Gibellini in Nevada, USA

The market commentator, moderating a panel of hardened mining veterans at the 2019 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference, suggested a series of shortlived price spikes over a 40-year period