A few weeks ago while scanning our OTC screener for the next 10-bagger penny stock that no one has yet to discover, we stumbled across a somewhat large, undervalued Company hoping to start mining for gold and other precious metals in Mexico. Tamino Minerals, Inc. (TINO) and their CEO, Pedro Villagran Garcia, put the wheels in motion back in March when they inked a $2,000,000 financing deal to kick start their exploration efforts on their Amalia project which is just across the border from Tuscon, AZ. After sharing the tip with some of our followers through various social media outlets, the run up from under 0.02 to over 0.12 has proven that the rumors of TINO stock running back up to it’s 52 week high are looking more and more likely and worth their wait/wait in gold for longs.
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TINO Stock Quote
Market Cap: 1.26M
Last: 0.098 ▼-0.002 (-2.00%)
Dollar Volume: $120,421
14-Day RSI: 57.68%
1st Resistance Point: 0.1273
1st Support Level: 0.0743
52Wk High: 1.00
52Wk Low: 0.018
Tamino Minerals popped onto our radar during the summer months shortly after they filed their quarterly for the 3 months ended June 30, 2014. TINO stock had yet to make a splash on the OTC, having had just a day here and a day there of trading, but the share structure, 12,824,197 issued and outstanding, gave plenty of reasons why watching for the volume to pick up would be worth its wait in gold.
Back in March, Tamino signed a “Funding Term Sheet” with an Institutional Investor for $2,000,000 to fund its exploration activities and operations. When the deal was announced, TINO stock wasn’t even breaking 20,000 shares volume in a session which was indicative of a very tightly held, low float share structure which is what traders look for when they are hunting for that next 10-bagger.
Although their still in their growth stages, acquiring properties and leases for their portfolio, the March announcement called a total exploration budget of $2.3 million that was due to be use all available modern mining methods and provide for access to the best Geo-Scientists, Geo-Technicians and Mining Engineers. Having not heard a word since except for a recent piece done by CEOLive, the dip under 0.02 at the start of September and increase in volume/trading activity was all that was needed to start whispering TINO to those who have been loyal followers and multiple 10-bag ticker players in the past.
Last week, TINO stock proved that it has the potential to run like a 10-bagger after the ticker began to run once word got out and followers began to make their entries. The run to 0.06 and the subsequent run to 0.133 within the course of a week is the pre-news, pre-update catalyst as to why TINO stock will be shooting to break past 0.20 before the next group of buyers realize that their’s gold on the top of each of those hills that TINO makes on its recent chart plots.
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About TINO Stock
Tamino Minerals, Inc. is a Montreal-based mining exploration company committed to delivering value to its shareholders by acquiring, developing and mining precious metals deposits in Mexico.
Issued and Outstanding: 12,824,197
Last 5 Trading Sessions:
The rumors that TINO will be back at or above $1 within the next 6 months has penny stock traders who already got in jumping for joy like a Mexican jumping bean. Although the road to 0.20 needs to be paved before the highway to $1 can be further speculated, the chances of seeing TINO stock in the top 20 OTC tickers traded on a more frequent basis over the course of the next few weeks would indicate that the rumors of $1 in the early part of 2015 would almost make for a 10-bagger from where it sits now.
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