After closing an oversubscribed private placement of C$2.01M @C$0.22, Cypress Development (TSXV: CYP; OTC: CYDVF; FRA: C1Z1) is sufficiently cashed up to proceed towards a Pre Feasibility Study (PFS) on their Clayton Valley Lithium project in Nevada, which is scheduled for Q1 2019.
Despite negative sentiment in commodities and especially lithium of late, Cypress Development (TSXV: CYP; OTC: CYDVF; FRA: C1Z1) keeps delivering the goods at their Clayton Valley Lithium project in Nevada at high speed. A Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) was announced at September 6, 2018, and the resulting economics were impressive.
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Some juniors can be agonizingly slow on following up to their self-imposed timelines and ability to deliver results, however there are exceptions to the contrary. Cypress Development (TSXV: CYP; OTC: CYDVF; FRA: C1Z1) is proceeding at breathtaking pace, going from their first drill hole at their Dean claystone lithium project in Nevada, US to the very recent announcement of a maiden resource estimate on both Dean and Glory projects in just over a year.
After completing their drill program, Cypress Development (TSXV: CYP; OTC: CYDVF; FRA: C1Z1) is on track to deliver the maiden resource estimate for the Dean and Glory projects before the end of this month. The latest results, published on April 3, 2018, provided very strong showings for the northern part of the Glory project, likely adding more tonnage than expected here.