Frontier Resources Share Price Flies on 101g/t Gold Find (ASX:FNT)

Frontier Resources Share Price Flies on 101g/t Gold Find (ASX:FNT)

Papua New Guinea-focused explorer Frontier Resources Ltd [ASX:FNT] has its 52-week high today after announcing some bonanza grade gold finds at its Tolukuma Gold Mining Lease.

ASX FNT Share Price Chart

Source: Tradingview

At time of writing the FNT share price is up 57.14% to trade at 2.2 cents per share, hitting a 38-month high.

Sampling teases potential at Tolukuma

FNT today released final results from its sampling and mapping program at the Kimono and Kimono South prospects, along the eastern boundary of Tolukuma.

The explorer said final sampling results demonstrate a high‐grade segment along the Kimono Central Vein with rock sample results including highlights of:

  • 101 grams of gold per tonne (g/t), 80.9g/t, 52.7g/t and 22.2g/t
  • And trench results of 2.1m at 24.68g/t, including 1.1m at 42.70g/t

ASX Frontier Resources Gold Project

Source: Frontier Resources

Certainly, some impressive grading.

But it is also the potential size mineralised system that could be what has sent the share price flying today.

FNT said the newly discovered Tassy vein is interpreted to extend to over 1km strike length with rock sampling results including 2.13g/t and trench sampling results including 3.0m at 2.87g/t.

Continuity of gold mineralisation occurs at 360m and 600m further to the south‐southwest at Lower Holsiga Creek where trench sampling returned 1.0m at 4.03 g/t.

What to make of small gold explorers in 2021

As you might have noticed, there was an abundance of news coming out from micro and small-cap gold explorers last year thanks to the historic gold price.

A high price of gold means that projects that may have been economically unviable in previous years are now worth investing in.

Which means, depending on your outlook for gold, the outlook for stocks like FNT are up for debate.

To be clear, I’m not suggesting that gold will give up its 2020 gains.

Currently, it looks like it’s trying to find its new floor amongst some renewed volatility.

In fact, our resident gold expert believes there is still a lot of growth left in gold and Aussie gold stocks.

Australia is shaping up to be the new gold capital of the world and could soon surpass China in exploration, mining, and production.

You can read more about that here.

As for FNT, the explorer did not provide an update on further planned exploration at the site.

So, we’ll have to sit tight on this one and just wait and see what happens.

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Kind regards, 

Lachlann Tierney

For The Daily Reckoning Australia