Battery Metals Share Price up on Gold Pivot in Victoria (ASX:BAT)

At time of writing, the share price of Battery Metals Ltd [ASX:BAT] is up more than 35%, trading at 1.9 cents.

This small-cap miner is now charging as you can see in the BAT share price chart below:

ASX BAT Share Price Chart - Battery Metals ASX

Source: tradingview.com

The company is pivoting to gold; we look at the key terms of the announcement.

BAT share price up on Victorian gold move

Here are the key terms of the announcement:

  • Battery Minerals will now proceed to complete the acquisition of 100% of Gippsland Prospecting, the owner of a copper-gold project next to Stavely Minerals’ (ASX: SVY) Thursday’s Gossan Copper Project in Victoria
  • EL6871 includes a +40km strike length of the highly prospective Stavely volcanics, as well as a +40km strike length of the adjacent Stawell Gold Corridor
  • The Stavely volcanics host significant copper, nickel and gold mineralization on the adjoining Stavely Minerals tenement group to the immediate south
  • The +5M oz Au Stawell Gold mine is situated just 7km to the east of EL6871
  • The historic Moyston gold mine, which produced 75,000oz of high grade ore at 22g/t Au, is located on the Moyston Fault within EL6871
  • EL6871 has had minimal exploration since the 1990s

So a bit of ‘nearology’ hype may have investors excited today.

Outlook for BAT share price

Just based on what I’ve seen, I’ve noticed a lot of companies that are focussed on battery metals pivot to gold in recent history.

It makes sense as the gold price is up, but many battery metal prices are down.

Get a mine going in the short-term and then pivot back to battery metals when the dynamics change.

Long-term though, it’s the battery metals that may be the long-term driver of price.

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Lachlann Tierney is an Analyst for Money Morning and has been investing for nearly a decade. With a Masters of Science from the London School of Economics, he brings a sound understanding of global markets to his writing. Lachlann is interested in emerging technologies, energy solutions and helping people invest their money wisely. Recently he has been working with Ryan Dinse. Lachlann is involved in two publications:


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