NPR Gains by 21.43% to $1.70 Per Share as Prospect Mountain Drilling Continues

North Peak Resources (TSXV: NPR) gained by 21.43% today to $1.70 per share as the company continues to drill at the Prospect Mountain Mine Complex under the historical 22 g/t gold Diamond Mine targeting NPR's newly discovered IP-chargeability anomaly nearly identical to the one Hercules Silver (TSXV: BIG) had for their first deep drill hole that led to its market cap exploding by 637.14% to $297 million in recent weeks, but NPR is also going through the much larger MT anomaly nearly identical to the one that allowed i-80 Gold (TSX: IAU) to discover bonanza gold grades at its adjacent on trend Hilltop CRD Deposit one year ago, which led to IAU having its largest up month in history in November 2022 with its market cap at one point hitting nearly $1 billion.

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