Bam Bam Resources Shares Surge 65% Since September Lows; Copper Interest From Its Majuba Hill Mine Project Could Be Worth Billions (OTC: NPEZF)

Bam Bam Resources (OTC: NPEZF) (CSE: BBR) (XFRA: 4NPB) share price is doing the right thing after attracting investors’ attention; it’s moving higher. Appreciably higher. In fact, since the start of last month, Bam Bam Resources shares have surged by more than 65% from their lows and are trading at levels not seen since July. Why the interest? Because Bam Bam appears to be on the cusp of drilling into a substantial metals deposit. Better still, copper. 

And to those that didn’t know, copper is indeed in play, gaining fame as the primary metal needed to make EV batteries. And again, for those that don’t know, the EV industry is red hot and creating ginormous demand for everything necessary to make the industry function. Guess what…copper leads that list. In fact, without it, billion-dollar investments made by 18 of the top 20 auto manufacturers would be producing little more than attractive museum pieces. 

But there is good news. Some companies are already ideally positioned to tap into the surging demand. Bam Bam Resources is one of them. In fact, during the past three quarters, Bam Bam has taken the right steps at the right time to capitalize on a generational shift in demand created by the burgeoning EV industry. And by doubling its rig interest in the proven Majuba Hill mine area, NPEZF stock is performing as it should when facing down a potentially billion-dollar metals score. It’s moving sharply higher. Better still, it means they are preparing to supply the copper needed to make these EV cars more attractive; they will make them functional.

Moreover, while Bam Bam was already on the move, they are accelerating its mission. In the past month, they have initiated additional core testing at the DeSoto Oxide Zone. And they are banking on its geology teams assessment after evaluating scores of data, surveys, and samples, that its interest in the Majuba Hills Mine district holds substantial untapped assets. Put more simply, they may be drilling into an extremely lucrative mining proposition.

And leveraging compelling data in hand, they are expanding their already ambitious planning. 

Maximizing An Ambitious Plan And Opportunity

In fact, geologic reports analyzed this past month are pushing Bam Bam to plan additional drilling for the DeSoto Copper Oxide Target at the Majuba Hill Project. Better still, they believe data supports developing three other areas within the DeSoto Copper Oxide zone. Thus, while its project started big, it’s getting even bigger. 

Accordingly, Bam Bam is wasting no time to expand its interests, filing an Amendment to the Notice in place with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management for its exploration currently underway. Further, Bam Bam is so confident in what they’ll find that they are already planning to transfer at least one of its rigs to test these areas after its amendment approval. Indeed, confidence is high that Bam Bam will find what it’s looking for. Even better, investors following the story appear just as optimistic. 

And if a rising share price is an indicator of confidence, both investors and Bam Bam’s market cap are set to benefit.

Majuba Hill Mine Territory Ripe For Assets

Rightfully so. The Majuba Hills Mine area is long proven to hold substantial copper, tin, gold, and zinc. In fact, there is no disputing its metal-rich history. Of course, it’s not the history Bam Bam wants to discuss. Instead, they plan to drill into a historical precedent to prove that its hard work and planning can transform a vision into massive revenues. Billions of dollars, in fact. Better still, they plan to start drilling as early as next quarter and sell its metals into a copper and EV battery metals market that is experiencing record-setting demand. Demand is so high that not only are copper prices trending back toward all-time highs but are expected to surpass record levels as demand for EV battery metals substantially outstrips supply.

The better news for NPEZF is that proven reserves can still gain in value even before they put a digger to the ground. Hence, once a more detailed report is published showing the NPEZF resources, the 35% gains since September can be a prelude to much more significant spikes to come. Even its more than 65% increase since July could be a drop on the bucket compared to long-term recovery potential. 

Here’s the other part of the NPEZF proposition. Copper is in fashion. And not only is the demand surging, but it’s also not expected to slow. Further, because copper isn’t typically traded as an inflation hedge, it doesn’t get caught up in headlines that can cause violent swings in price. Instead, copper, and several other NPEZF mined metals, are in focus for their massive industrial applications. Therefore, prices are moving higher because there isn’t enough of each to go around. The laws of supply and demand are reacting as they should. The more excellent news is that the trend should continue.

Copper Is The Lifeblood To EV Industry

There’s better news. If Bam Bam can take its haul of copper above ground, as intended, there is a line of buyers waiting. Better still, residual finds like gold, zinc, and tin can also be sold into waiting hands. Hence, if there was ever a perfect storm of opportunity for a mining company to feed a particular sector, this one is brewing. Best of all, NPEZF expects to supply the EV industry for decades to come, selling to hungry clients willing to buy up every pound of copper it can find. Thus, calling copper “semi-precious” isn’t doing it proper justice these days.

More excellent from an investor’s perspective, Bam Bam isn’t waiting around, hoping for success. They are going after it with aggression. 

Earlier this month, Bam Bam has doubled up on its opportunities with two drill rigs set to operate at the Majuba Hills Mine. That initiative commenced after reports indicated that the extra investment holds the potential to deliver exponential returns. If so, Bam Bam Resources could soon find itself drilling next to several of the most prominent miners in the business and benefit singularly from embedding its own footprint into an area that historically delivered substantial metals and minerals. The end result- potentially massive revenues.

Generational Trade In Copper 

Thus, take it seriously when analysts refer to the “copper opportunity” as a generational trade. Moreover, consider that opportunity when looking at NPEZF stocks’ current $13.4 million market cap. The conclusion after doing so is simple. Bam Bam Resources appears to be considerably undervalued based on both intrinsic and inherent factors. Still, that may not remain the case much longer. Investors are catching on. And while some of the NPEZF valuation gaps have been filled, there appears to be much more filling to do. Thus, Bam Bam investors should keep their eye on the long-term prize.

That prize, by the way, can be enormous. And as one of a small handful of companies with exposure to the metal-rich Majuba area, the NPEZF investment proposition is more than timely; it’s compelling.

Remember, absolutely no one is arguing against copper remaining in high demand and in potentially short supply in the coming years. It’s the critical metal needed to make EV batteries and crucial to the global mission to replace carbon-based fuels. At current prices, some must be betting that NPEZF won’t be able to unearth the metals. That vision may be shortsighted. After all, they have the cash on hand to complete all operational projects into next year. By then, studies can turn into assets. Again, proven assets either above or below ground should send share prices higher. If short the stock, consider closing that position asap.

Here’s another consideration. Although Bam Bam Resources has the capital to complete operations into 2022, finding money when needed, if reserves are proven, won’t be hard to find. Interested parties like Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) and General Motors (NYSE: GM) alone would probably be interested in supporting the entire dig as long as they were privy to the metals unearth. And that could be a case where being smaller has its advantages.

Exponential Opportunities From Soaring EV Battery Sector Demand

Here’s the more excellent news. The surging demand for copper and other metals could have Bam Bam shares soar even before the company puts a shovel to the ground. In fact, as copper prices trend back toward all-time highs, proven assets underground can be added to the balance sheet. And when that happens, it would likely have a direct effect on share prices. News on that front can come as early as NPEZF’s next earnings report.

Thus, Bam Bam offers a somewhat unique opportunity. Investors can benefit from Bam Bam having proven value from metals under the ground. And, they get value from what’s above the ground. In either case, it’s a well-hedged investment scenario.

So, while Bam Bam Resources is an excellent copper play today, it’s likely to stay that way for a very long time. The difference may be that investors will pay much higher prices for its shares as early as Q1 of next year. And then there is the end game. If Bam Bam meets its endpoints, valuations likely skyrocket. 

So, in theory, being early to the Bam Bam trade can significantly impact an investment portfolio. And in no uncertain terms, Bam Bam is on a mission to prove that playing the long side of its stock will have its advantages.

Majuba Hills Mine Potential

Still, enough about why Bam Bam can become a blockbuster stock in 2022. Here’s how it can reach that goal.

Indeed, the value comes through Bam Bam’s interest in the Majuba Hill Mine area, which is its most significant treasure. And more than a place, Majuba has a history of holding substantial assets. The mines in and around Majuba Hill have delivered 2.8 million pounds of copper, 184,000 ounces of silver, 21,000 pounds of tin, and 5,800 ounces of gold. That’s important to know because in the mining business, proximity matters. Now, with historically proven assets all around and with Bam Bam identifying additional pockets of metals, it’s understandable that NPEZF’s share price is surging.

Moreover, with geological mapping, rock/soil geochemistry, and geophysical data on Bam Bam’s assets showing the area contains approximately 40 million tons of oxide copper, prospects remain excellent. Even better, it’s enough copper to keep mining operations in the region busy and lucrative for a long time. Thus, consider investing in Bam Bam as a long-term proposition.

Remember, too, Bam Bam can also monetize potentially enormous amounts of silver, gold, lead, tin, and zinc, providing diversification and an extra boost to its revenue-generating powers. Even better, an update in October highlighted easy access to the mine through a newly constructed road, which management said also exposes oxide copper zones up to 100 feet long; more efficient operations translate to more impactful revenues.

Consequently, revenues generated fall toward the bottom line more quickly. Still, the short version is that if NPEZF strikes a major deposit, it won’t matter what it costs to unearth. NPEZF share prices at current levels would be off to the races.

Metal, Minerals, Money

Here’s the best part. Bam Bam Resources is in its best position in history to generate substantial near and long-term shareholder value. And while it’s a speculative investment, as is the case with all miners, taking NPEZF at these levels can become a gift that keeps on giving.

Another excellent signal is that shares are moving higher ahead of their next expected milestone. Keep in mind, the mining sector is a tight group of players. When good news is expected, share prices tend to move in advance. That’s not insider trading; it’s just energy these guys send out through their auras.

Thus, with Bam Bam stock trending sharply higher ahead of its dig, it may be wise to buy into that energy. Obviously, a big group has been doing so. And with proven assets in the ground, ample cash to fund exploration projects into next year, and market demand expected to remain red hot, those investors may indeed be on the right side of the trade.

Better still, within the next two quarters, Bam Bam investors could prove all of its naysayers wrong. And they will most likely give the reasons why alongside meaningfully higher share prices. But at significantly higher prices, I doubt anyone will be bragging they told you so. Instead, a more friendly message like “there’s much more to come” may be a more polite version. 

And with Bam Bam digging at Majuba, that may indeed be the message told. Maybe then, the masses will follow the clues already given.


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