New York, NY (PRWEB) March 12, 2010
Mining MarketWatch Journal has published a review on Candorado Operating Company Ltd. (TSX VENTURE: CDO) (Frankfurt: HQU) (Pink Sheets: CDOOF) offering insight and opportunity afforded investors. The risk-reward characteristics are highly advantageous for investors establishing a long position in CDO.V as the current market cap relative to the inherent value of their copper-gold porphyry projects seems disproportionate. CDO.V is focused on three copper-gold projects in British Columbia, one ripe with potential in the Stikine Terrane adjacent to Red Chris where government commitments to power transmission will see one of the next big mine openings in BC and two in central and southern BC within the Quesnel Terrane (Quesnel Trough).
The full review and valuation commentary may be found at http://miningmarketwatch.net/cdo.htm online.
Each project offers major copper-gold porphyry discovery potential and potential catalysts on three key fronts make CDO.V an undervalued and exceptional risk-reward scenario. Mining MarketWatch provides insight into each of these.
1) Eldorado Project - Stikine Terrane, BC (100% owned) adjacent to Imperial Metals Red Chris where recent developments have opened the area for rapid development and will see BC's next multi-billion pound copper and multi-million ounce gold mine.
2) Man-Prime Project, Quesnel terrane, BC (100% owned) near Princeton. The project was previously owned by two separate companies; the Man and Prime Zones have copper-gold deposits, often with high gold values relative to coppery.
3) Murphy Lake Project, Quesnel Terrane, BC (100% owned) with key ground that sits within 1 km of Fjordland's Southeast Zone.
Candorado's Man-Prime copper-gold project alone justifies a market cap significantly larger than the current and planned activities on all three projects should see the inherent value reflect in the share price appreciation as the significance of what CDO.V possesses is better understood by the market place.
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