Stockhead’s In-Case-You-Missed-It highlights today’s most interesting small cap stories that might have slipped beneath your radar.

Below is a wrap of the top 20 performing stocks, by percentage, that made announcements today.


ICYMI Leader Board

Code Company Price % Today Market Cap
FL1 First Lithium Ltd 0.6 50% $28,020,667
ETR Entyr Limited 0.013 44% $17,847,935
LSR Lodestar Minerals 0.004 33% $6,070,192
GRL Godolphin Resources 0.05 28% $6,600,439
MTC Metalstech Ltd 0.19 27% $28,343,189
ST1 Spirit Technology 0.073 24% $43,479,344
AZY Antipa Minerals Ltd 0.017 21% $57,887,311
BMO Bastion Minerals 0.017 21% $2,928,174
MKL Mighty Kingdom Ltd 0.017 21% $5,885,174
RCR Rincon 0.03 20% $4,441,572
RXM Rex Minerals Limited 0.19 15% $105,102,952
NNL Nordicnickellimited 0.165 14% $8,476,701
MMA Maronanmetalslimited 0.25 14% $16,501,531
LEG Legend Mining 0.017 13% $43,567,158
AMD Arrow Minerals 0.0045 13% $12,095,060
X2M X2M Connect Limited 0.045 13% $7,303,738
WA1 Wa1Resourcesltd 9.79 11% $373,792,113
RVS Revasum 0.15 11% $16,013,631
IMB Intelligent Monitor 0.355 11% $77,263,314
CRS Caprice Resources 0.031 11% $5,607,391
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First Lithium (ASX:FL1) has reported grades of up to 4.43% Li2O at Blakala at its flagship Gouna project in Mali. 

Entyr (ASX:ETR) will sell 100% of its tyre pyrolysis oil, carbon char and recovered carbon black production to global commodities trader Trafigura.

Lodestar Minerals (ASX:LSR) has wrapped up diamond drilling at its Earaheedy copper-gold project in WA.

Godolphin Resources (ASX:GRL) is selling its wholly owned subsidiary, TriAusMin, the holder of the company’s Lewis Ponds gold and base metals project (including the Mt Bulga project) to Minerals Pty Ltd for $11m.

MetalsTech (ASX:MTC) a long-time gold project developer which joined the lithium hunt this year, has brought Hong Kong-based financial services firm Minmetals Securities on board as a strategic advisor to provide advice with regards to a potential transaction involving MTC’s Sturec gold mine in Slovakia.



More Top Small Cap Stories: Wednesday


Maronan Metals (ASX:MMA) has reported up to 17.1% lead and 112g/t silver at its namesake project in QLD. 

A bulk sampling and test pit program has been completed at Impact Minerals’ (ASX:IPT) flagship Lake Hope high purity alumina (HPA) project, ticking off a key part of the PFS currently underway.

Assays from aircore hammer drilling at Viridis Mining and Minerals’ (ASX:VMM) Smoky project in NSW have returned ‘outstanding’ results of up to 95.1% halloysite.

GTI Energy (ASX:GTR) says drilling at its Lo Herma In Situ Recovery (ISR) uranium project in Wyoming, USA, has verified the historical data package used to prepare the mineral resource estimate. 

Assays from Prospect Resources’ (ASX:PSC) Phase 3 drilling at the Step Aside lithium project in Zimbabwe have returned up to 2.21% Li2O. 

Final assays from drilling of Nordic Nickel’s (ASX:NNL) Hotinvaara prospect have confirmed significant nickel sulphide mineralisation outside the Pulju project’s already defined area, ahead of a resource update in Q1 next year. 

Felix Gold (ASX:FXG) has secured a $1.2m loan from major shareholder MDF Global to progress its Alaskan projects and commercialisation opportunities. 

PNX Metals (ASX:PNX) has identified several priority uranium targets, including potential extensions to the near-surface James Bond-inspired Thunderball deposit in the NT. 

Geopacific Resources (ASX:GPR) has increased its chances of growing its flagship Woodlark gold project in Papua New Guinea above the current 1.6Moz resource after a review flagged several new target areas with strong potential to host material economic mineralisation.

CuFe (ASX:CUF) has defined new drill targets for testing next year at its North Dam lithium and rare earth project in WA – and has applied for more tenure at its West Arunta landholding.

Strickland Metals (ASX:STK) says drilling at its Yandall gold project in WA has shown the potential to link up two historic mineral resources at Warmblood (54k ozs Au) and Filly SW (17.2k ozs Au). 

And PharmAust (ASX:PAA) has secured an R&D tax refund from the ATO to the tune of $553,435.28.


At Stockhead we tell it like it is. While Maronan Metals, Impact Minerals, Viridis Mining and Minerals, GTI Energy, Prospect Resources, Nordic Nickel, First Lithium, Felix Gold, PNX Metals, Geopacific Resources, Godolphin Resources, CuFe, Strickand Metals and PharmAus are Stockhead advertisers, they did not sponsor this article.