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Previous Close11.75
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Day's Range11.79 - 12.49
52 Week Range6.05 - 17.40
Avg. Volume50,007
Market Cap88.099M
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.91
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 07, 2018
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    The electric vehicles (EVs) market has consistently made headlines since the beginning of 2021. The biggest interest related to the growing industry are batteries, material sources and components for sustainability. Within the idea of the ideal EV there are other key components that play significant roles in the end product. Copper, for example, is one of the most important components used in EV batteries, windings and copper rotors of electric motors, as well as in the wiring and charging infrastructure. In fact, an average of 180lbs of copper is typically used in EVs, nearly four times as much of the metal as a conventional car. The Biden administration has just announced his administration plans to spend over $200 Billion on promoting EV production and creating more charging stations. They also consider the metals used in the electrification of the automotive industry to be strategic metals, that the US needs to produce and not rely on international sources. They estimate another 1.3M jobs from the investment into EV’s. US-based copper assets will need to help feed this demand. Additionally, copper is an antimicrobial and antiviral (Copper anti-viral). Copper is quickly becoming the surface coating solution for public spaces and hospitals as it is proven to be a killer agent against superbugs (Superbug solution, Copper). For instance, in Canada, all of the public busses are being retrofitted with copper coating on the handles due to the spread of Coronavirus. the American Jobs Plan proposed by the Biden administration also involves funding road and rail transportation, power grid, and telecommunications projects that will require hundreds of thousands of tons of copper, and other basic materials. Another important usage of copper is wind turbines. Wyoming for example, which for decades profited from the coal mining industry, is now one of the states leading the way in the clean energy future. Wyoming is the largest exporter of energy in the United States and ranks first in terms of land-based class 6 and 7 wind turbine sites. U.S. Gold Corp. (NASDAQ: USAU), is a US-based resource exploration and development company. They are currently amplifying its potential with its Copper King (CK) Gold project located in southeast Wyoming. This project is a development stage, large-tonnage, copper-gold deposit with high-grade mineralization exposed at the surface, with potential for expanding resources. Here’s what you need to know: The Copper King Gold Project The property comprises about 1,120 acres (2 square miles) and is 100% owned by U.S. Gold Corp. Copper King offers the company near-term, low-cost, open-pit production potential. Last fall, the company brought in legendary mine builder, George Bee to advance Copper King towards production. As part of Mr. Bee’s new role, he conducted a complete re-evaluation of the project and the deposit, drilling in excess of 30 holes into CK to determine the scale of the intended mining operation. The CK project was previously forecast to produce in excess of 181,000,000 pounds of copper, along with approximately 700,000 ounces of gold. Or to put it in simpler terms, enough copper to build 1,000,000 EV’s, or a combined metal value of over $2 Billion (copper and gold values insitu). The team at US Gold however believes the company can increase this value and as such are in the final stages of a complete re-evaluation and pre-feasibility study to present to the State of Wyoming for mine permits in the fall of 2021. Why U.S. Gold Corp.’s Amplification of the Potential of Copper Matters Apart from being in line with the development plans of the current U.S. administration, a major rail line is located just two miles south of the project with a rail spur. 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