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Steppe Gold: Top 10 Undervalued Micro Cap Stocks on TSX (STGO)

The Globe and Mail - Sat Jun 10, 2023
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Steppe Gold is now ranked among the top 10 micro cap stocks on the Toronto Stock Exchange. A stock is considered undervalued if it trades at a discount to its valuation – a calculation used to determine the intrinsic (true) worth of a company. Valuation methodology provided by Stockcalc (see below). Micro caps total market capitalization (50-300M).

All data provided as-at market close June 08, 2023. The list is sorted by stocks with the greatest percentage difference between valuation and price. Steppe Gold Steppe Gold Ltd is a precious metals exploration and development company focussed on opportunities in Mongolia. The company's projects include ATO Project, and Uudam Khundii property in Mongolia. Steppe Gold is listed under STGO on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

Symbol

Name

Close Price

Shares Outstanding

P/E

P/B

Cash per Share

Net Cash per Share

OGI-TOrganiGram Holdings0.5700000
STGO-TSteppe Gold0.9202.2000
SMT-TSierra Metals0.400000
PEA-TPieridae Energy0.4700.5000
FURY-TFury Gold Mines0.5900000
MPVD-TMountain Province Diamond0.4500.3000
VOYG-TVoyager Digital0.3400000
NVO-TNovo Resources0.2300000
EAGR-TEast Side Games Grp0.6704.2000
TSAT-TTelesat10.400000

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