DKGR has once again updated its shareholders. As I have said previously DKGR is a stock to watch going forward. A gold stock trading for a mere $.0014 a share? At some point I expect that to change. This weekends blog could change that.
This has been copied right off the company's blog:
With the launch of the new Company web site, Drake has received a lot of requests from shareholders for additional information. Please review the below outline.
- Objective 1 - Corporate Organization
- Launch of Corporate website & blog - complete
- Start Company newsletter
- Settle share accrual and outstanding obligation to better prepare the company for acquisitions & developments
- Settle debts on balance sheet to better prepare the company for acquisitions & developments
- Official appointment of Chief Financial Officer
- Release current financial statements and post to corporate website
- Release OTC Markets disclosure statement with financial statements to OTC Markets
- Objective 2 - Business Development
- Release first addition to corporate portfolio
- Release Company business plan
- Release letters of intent on new acquisitions
- Release new acquisitions for corporate portfolio
The above working outline does not represent a time line or order of completion and is subject to change. Updates will continue to be made as developments reach points of completion. You can find this outline, additional updates on the "About Us" section and be sure to utilize the contact page to sign up for the coming Company newsletter.
Drake Gold Resources Inc. is an early-stage mining company that focuses on the exploration and production of precious metals. Several projects have been identified in North America, including a pre-production site in Georgia which is currently being permitted and an additional mining project in Arizona.
Diversification, as well as innovative exploration tactics, are part of an overall strategic plan being carried out by the company's formidable team of natural-resource development executives. Diversification plans include the development of gas, oil, gold, silver, and industrial-metal producing projects.