GTI Resources opened its doors to a massive pool of US investors as it advances accessible recovery ISR uranium prospects in Wyoming’s prolific Great Divide Basin.
The strategic move will expose the company to the US middle-tier over-the-counter market, offering American investors early dibs on up-and-coming international companies.
And with uranium trading at its highest point in over a decade, the Perth-based company is upbeat following the renewed interest in the heavy metal and promising signs during the early exploration of its recently expanded 14,000 hectares of prime Wyoming yellowcake territory.
“GTI’s strategy is fundamentally North American focused, and we aim to define US-based uranium resources for its resurgent nuclear power business,” executive director Bruce Lane said.
The company plan further exploration for uranium and vanadium in Utah’s Henry Mountains and gold closer to home in Western Australia’s central goldfields.
North American investors can find GTI trading under the code GTIRF.