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What Led To An Increase In The Joshua Gold Resources (JSHG) Stock Price?

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Joshua Gold Resources Inc. (OTCPink: JSHG) stock rose impressively on Wednesday as it recorded rise of 12.63% to conclude the session at $0.0856. Over the last week, the performance of Joshua Gold stock was -12.30% compared to its monthly performance of 5.68%. News of a gold recovery in bulk samples at a Canadian location triggered an increase in JSHG stock price.

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Joshua Gold Resources is a publicly-traded gold and mineral exploration company based in the United States. Headquarter of JSHG in Canada is located in the heart of the huge Canadian Shield which has a wealth of minerals ranging from nickel, copper, niobium, cobalt, chromium, and gold.

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Joshua Gold Resources announced Tuesday that it has completed the analysis of bulk samples for gold recovery from minerals on the Kenty property.

What could JSHG possibly gain?

Anklenite, quartz, pyrite, nacre, and lesser chalcopyrite characterize mineralization in the bulk sample which was collected in a pile of blasted material that was harvested from an underground mine of a previous operator. The sampling of data by Joshua Gold Resources (JSHG) indicates a noticeable gold and other mineral resource base that could result in higher profits for JSHG.

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