The Investment Doctor
Long/short equity, value, debt, base metals

Copper Mountain Mining - A Perfect Company For Copper Bulls


In this article I'll have a look at Copper Mountain Mining (OTCPK:CPPMF), a Canadian company which is producing copper from its copper mountain project in British Columbia, Canada. As trading volume on the company's US-listing is very low, I'd recommend to trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange where Copper Mountain Mining is listed on the main board with ticker symbol CUM. The company has a share price of $1.50 and a market capitalization of $147M.

Copper Mountain Mining is a high-cash cost producer but has managed to strike a good deal with its lenders, as the company was able to secure a debt package on which it has to pay a very low interest rate thanks...

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