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Mosquito Consolidated Gold Mines (TSX-V: MSQ) begins the shortlist on a deserved 15th place. Their gigantic deposit, other attractive projects and Chinese shareholders make them extremely interesting. The very high Capex (2.5B) is a negative point, because they will need to raise capital for ongoing expenses. (for the main catalysts for 2010 and more: see the full report at www.caesarsreport.com)
First Uranium Corp (TSX-V: FIU) was ranked 14th. Their project should be fully funded now, and Gold and Uranium are a good mining combination. (for the main catalysts for 2010 and more: see the full report at www.caesarsreport.com)
Cortona Resources Limited (ASX: CRC) has the 13th place. Cortona has a strong cashposition, Low Capex (30M A$) and low operating costs (475 A$/oz). One of the main catalysts for 2010 is their 11,200m drill programme to expand the Dargues Reef resource estimate, starting January 2010. (for the main catalysts for 2010 and more: see the full report at www.caesarsreport.com)
European Nickel Plc. (LON: ENK) fits in well on the 12th place. Two great nickel-projects, and their total output could reach 60M lbs/year at 2.5USD/lbs cash cost with a long-life mine! (for the main catalysts for 2010 and more: see the full report at www.caesarsreport.com)
Baja Mining Corp. (TSX-V: BAJ) is the winner of the third part of the Caesars Report Mining Top 25 for 2010 with an 11th place. Baja has a world-class project, extremely-low cash cost for copper, and even a negative cash cost if manganese is assumed as by-product. The company is backed up by large Korean companies who also take care of financing. (for the main catalysts for 2010 and more: see the full report at www.caesarsreport.com)
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