Many companies which are based out of Canada are listed on the stock exchanges in the United States and there are many gems that could be discovered by investors from among those stocks if they put in the right sort of research. These stocks may often lie under the radar but it could be a good idea for investors to look into the latest developments with regard to some of these companies and then figure out the best course of action. Here is a quick look at four Canadian stocks trading in the United States that you could consider tracking.
RecycLiCo Battery Materials Inc (TSX: AMY.V) (OTCQB: AMYZF) – Earlier in the month lithium-ion battery upcycling and recycling technologies firm RecycLiCo Battery Materials Inc provided an update in conjunction with its partner Kemetco Research Inc. The update provided by the company was with regard to its hydrometallurgical demonstration plant located in Vancouver, Canada.
RecycLiCo announced that it had managed to hit another milestone during the course of its Demo Plant testing work. It was successful in producing battery-grade lithium carbonate in bulk quantities from an industrial feed of cathode scrap.
Puma Exploration Inc (TSX.V:PUMA) (OTCQB:PUMXF) – Last week on March 15 Puma Exploration Inc was in focus after it announced that the drilling activities were going to begin soon as its William Brook Gold Project located in Northern New Brunswick in Canada.
It should be noted that the project is owned 100% by Puma Exploration. In addition to that, it was also announced that a technical crew was going to be put in place which would help the company prepare for its drilling program for 2023.
Tocvan Ventures Corp (TOC.C) (OTC: TCVNF) – Earlier on in the month on March 14 Tocvan Ventures Corp was in the news after it provided an update with regards to its first bulk sample at the Pilar Gold-Silver project located in Sonora, Mexico.
The company announced at the time that the heap leach pad and material preparation were ongoing at the time. It was also noted that sample extraction and trenching work were also being conducted.
Canadian Critical Minerals Inc (CCMI.V) (OTC: RIINF) – On March 7 Canadian Critical Minerals Inc announced that it had been successful in completing shares for debt transaction by way of which as much as $115,500 of its outstanding debt was wiped off.