Although Alianza Minerals (ANZ.V) had to wait for better weather until exploration programs could kick off in the Yukon, the company hasn’t been sitting on their hands in the mean time. Very recently, it signed a LOI with a subsidiary of Coeur Mining (NYSE:CDE)

to explore the high grade silver/lead/zinc Tim project in the Yukon, it raised C$750k on June 25, 2019, and a bit further back it also arranged a JV with Hochschild Mining about 3 Nevada projects, and started field work on all three, funded by Hochschild. As sentiment in metals and mining turned slightly more negative after PDAC in March, Alianza was testing the 5-6c support (which I mentioned in my first article around that time) earlier than I thought:

Fortunately, sentiment turned positive after gold started a strong upward move, even to the tune of a breakout, after it breached a longstanding resistance (US$1360-1380/oz), causing everybody to have a more positive stance. As silver didn’t follow gold as aggressively, the Alianza share price didn’t react, but this changed quickly after the financing and the Coeur LOI were announced.