Dakota Gold (DC) Gains by 3.08% to $3.01 and Enters First Uptrend Since IPO

Dakota Gold (DC) gained by 3.08% on Thursday to $3.01 per share.

DC has entered into its first uptrend since its IPO in April 2022!

Robert Quartermain took Silver Standard Resources from a market cap of $2.5 million up to a market cap of $2.5 BILLION.

He left Silver Standard to create Pretium Resources, which successfully developed the Brucejack Mine into Canada's fourth largest producing gold mine. Pretium got acquired for $2.8 BILLION.

Now he has created DC to revitalize America's #1 most important gold district in history the Homestake District of South Dakota!

48,000 acres surrounding the historic Homestake Mine, which produced well over 40 million oz of gold.

DC is the #1 highest quality gold exploration stock listed on a major U.S. exchange. It will become the second largest gaining gold stock of 2024 after only Augusta Gold (TSX: G).

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