Western Australian commodities explorer Artemis Resources has hit the boards in North America, commencing trading on the OTCQB Venture Market.
Trading under the code ARTF, Artemis is also listed on Australia’s primary exchange, the ASX (ASX:ARV), in addition to Germany’s Frankfurt stock exchange (Frankfurt:ATY).
Artemis is set to add additional trading liquidity through the listing with the OTCQB Venture Market, a market for early stage and developing companies, opening up new avenues for US stock tippers to invest in Artemis.
Commenting on the newly minted listing, Artemis Resources chief executive Wayne Bramwell said:
Trading on the full OTCQB Venture Market allows Artemis to engage a far broader network of U.S. investors, data distributors and media partners, ensuring U.S. investors have greater access to the same high-quality information that is available to our Australian and European investors.
“This will assist in greatly raising the Company’s profile in the US, as we advance our new and expanding cobalt, gold and copper assets in the Pilbara. We have traded actively on the OTC Pinks for some time and this move to the OTCQB will allow all brokers in the US to trade Artemis.”
The new listing comes as the company ramps up its operations in WA’s Pilbara region, with reconstruction efforts accelerating at its Radio Hill processing plant – the only independently owned plant in the region.
Artemis recently added Canadian explorer Pacton Gold as a strategic processing partner and holds a joint-venture agreement with conglomerate gold flagbearer Novo Resources.
The company has pegged its own conglomerate gold ground, but has increasingly focussed exploration on its conventional gold play at Carlow Castle, which has delivered stunning levels of the yellow metal – in addition to high-grade levels of cobalt.
Investors can find real-time quotes and market information for the company on OTC Markets