List of capital transactions by Byron Capital is Who is Who in Canadian Lithium space, which is tiny by any developed market standards, but it is its own beauty - sector is growing very fast. Now TNR Gold with its subsidiary International Lithium Corp. will be on track with other Juniors to be followed. Jon Hykaway is one of the pioneers of Research in Lithium investment space and he is covering now among other companies Western Lithium and Rodinia Minerals with a very optimistic valuations, maybe we can expect research report to follow on International Lithium Corp. as well.
We are following TNR Gold and have a position in the company - it is an important industry recognition benchmark, acknowledging its diversified portfolio of Lithium projects.
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Feb 17, 2010 09:53 ET
TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Feb. 17, 2010) - Byron Capital Markets, a division of Byron Securities Limited, is pleased to announce the addition of TNR Gold Corp (TSX VENTURE:TNR) to the Byron Capital Markets Lithium Index. The company was added to the index, effective January 31st, because of its relevance and focus in the area of lithium exploration and development through its 100% owned subsidiary, International Lithium Corp.
The index is a market-capitalization weighted index of representative companies which are exploring for, or developing, lithium properties as their primary business focus. The component companies are public and traded on the TSX Venture exchange, The Australian Stock Exchange, or the U.S. Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board, and each has a market capitalization of less than USD$500 million. Relevant companies are continually reviewed for possible inclusion or exclusion from the index, with any addition or deletion of component companies made at the end of every month.This index can be viewed at the following address: www.byroncapitalmarkets.com/lithium_index.htm We welcome the new addition of TNR Gold Corp to the Byron Capital Markets Lithium Index."