Gold Standard Ventures Corp  

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+0.02 (1.43%)
Jul 27 - Close
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Currency in USD
Range 1.41 - 1.52
52 week 0.32 - 2.10
Open 1.41
Vol / Avg. 0.00/722,574.00
Mkt cap 289.05M
P/E     -
Div/yield     -
EPS -0.03
Shares 207.77M
Beta 0.68
Inst. own     -


Suite 610-815 West Hastings St
+1-604-6695702 (Phone)
+1-604-6873567 (Fax)

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Analyst Estimates - MarketWatch
SEC Filings - EDGAR Online
Major Holders - MSN Money


Gold Standard Ventures Corp. is focused on the acquisition and exploration of district-scale and other gold-bearing mineral resource properties completely in the State of Nevada, the United States. The Company operates through the acquisition and exploration of exploration and evaluation assets segment. Its Railroad-Pinion Project is an early to intermediate stage gold exploration project situated at the southeast end of the Carlin Trend of north-central Nevada. The Railroad-Pinion Project straddles the Pinon Range in the Railroad Mining District of northeastern Nevada and consists of a contiguous land position totaling approximately 30,404 gross acres and over 28,721 net acres of land in Elko County, Nevada. The Company has a total of approximately 16,439 gross acres of subsurface mineral rights in the form of patented and unpatented mineral lodes (claims) and over 13,965 gross acres of subsurface mineral rights secured or controlled by a contractual interest in private surface.

Officers and directors

Jonathan T. Awde President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Age: 35
Bio & Compensation  - Reuters
Michael N. Waldkirch Chief Financial Officer
Age: 44
Bio & Compensation  - Reuters
Richard S. Silas Corporate Secretary, Director
Bio & Compensation  - Reuters
Robert J. McLeod Independent Director
Age: 43
Bio & Compensation  - Reuters
Jamie M. Strauss Independent Director
Age: 45
Bio & Compensation  - Reuters
William E. Threlkeld Independent Director
Age: 58
Bio & Compensation  - Reuters