Feeling the juniors' pulse (again)

SO far, so resilient. The Outcrop, by Robin Bromby.

Feeling the juniors' pulse (again) Feeling the juniors' pulse (again) Feeling the juniors' pulse (again) Feeling the juniors' pulse (again) Feeling the juniors' pulse (again)

Along with the cascade of quarterly reports once again threatening madness for those who try and keep abreast of the hundreds of mining companies out there, also comes this week is the latest breakdown on price movements at the junior end.

Between these sources, one can get glimpses of a few interesting stories. Not ones that will always set pulses racing at the buy end, but enough to attest to the unquenchable thirst among junior resource companies to give (just about) anything a go.

As to price movements, Rob Murdoch at Austex Mining found six mining juniors that last week gained more than 33% in their share prices. They have nothing in common except their low share prices. And, at the sub-10c level, sharp movements don't always mean too much.

They are the s...