has been kept under observation in recent days in an effort to determine whether it is putting in an intermediate base after its recent sharp drop or a bear Flag that will lead to another downleg.
Whilst aware that there is some chance that it could drop further short-term to touch the October lows in the CA$0.62 area, it is now thought that it is forming a base here, especially as the company has come out with a run of good drilling results in the recent past including those out this morning.
The big drop last month appears to have been associated with a heavy CA$27 million funding, yet this funding was successful, with the units being sold at 92 cents, so it is puzzling that the stock has dropped so far below this price and one reason for it and a restraining influence over the past year is that a fund had 11 to 12 million shares and has been selling during this period, but they now have no more to sell.
In any event, the selloff looks overdone, especially as the company is set to pour its first gold later this year, so this looks a good point to buy, especially as the Accumulation line has been creeping higher in recent days and momentum recovering.
If it does break to the upside after the recent tight standoff, it is likely to be with a large white candle.
Lion One Metals' website.
Lion One Metals Ltd. closed for trading at CA$0.66, $0.50 EDT at 12.15 pm on June 14, 2023, and closed at AU$0.77 on ASX.
Originally published on clivemaund.com on June 14, 2023, at 12:30 pm EDT.
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