We told you earlier how **palladium** has been the **#1 best performing asset** **of the last twelve months** with a **gain of 63.1%**. After **palladium**, the **#2 best performing commodity** has been **nickel**, which is **up by 32.22%** **over the last twelve months** and **up by 53.43%**** year-to-date** in 2019. **Demand for palladium is ****exploding**** due to China implementing strict new emissions standards. In addition, numerous articles have been published in recent months about how Tesla and other EV manufacturers are worried about a nickel supply crisis.**

**Group Ten Metals (TSXV: PGE)'s Stillwater West **is the **only**** United States mining project** that is **rich in both**** nickel and palladium** the world's **two best performing commodities of 2019**!

**PGE's Stillwater West** is **25km long** and **more than 2km wide**. **PGE** **acquired****Stillwater West** during a **palladium ****bear market** in mid-2017 around the same time that **Sibanye-Stillwater (SBGL) ***acquired*** NIA's Stillwater Mining** for **$2.2 billion**. **Today, SBGL's Stillwater Mining assets in Montana are ****worth an estimated $7 BILLION**** and PGE's Stillwater West is ****adjacent to and contiguous with it****!**

In recent weeks, **PGE** has been * drilling* at its

Because these **10 drill holes** were **drilled**** in 2007** (after 2001) and **PGE** still **has all**** of the drill core**, **PGE** **will be able to use them towards building a HUGE ****palladium/nickel**** NI 43-101 compliant resource**!

**Chrome Mountain's drill hole CM2007-08** starting at surface **intercepted 209.7m of both 0.26 g/t palladium and 0.14% nickel**. Based on current palladium and nickel prices, 0.26 g/t palladium and 0.14% nickel is **equal to 0.67 g/t of palladium equivalent**. This same intercept also contained 0.20 g/t platinum, 0.07 g/t gold, 0.04% copper, and 0.013% cobalt. All together, this adds up to 0.95 g/t of palladium equivalent over 209.7m for **199.22 grammeters ****of palladium equivalent**!

**Chrome Mountain's drill hole CM2007-07** starting at surface **intercepted 225.6m of both 0.32 g/t palladium and 0.13% nickel**. Based on current palladium and nickel prices, 0.32 g/t palladium and 0.13% nickel is **equal to 0.70 g/t of palladium equivalent**. This same intercept also contained 0.15 g/t platinum, 0.05 g/t gold, 0.04% copper, and 0.011% cobalt. All together, this adds up to 0.93 g/t of palladium equivalent over 225.6m for **209.81 grammeters ****of palladium equivalent**!

**Chrome Mountain's drill hole CM2007-10** starting at surface **intercepted 252.4m of both 0.18 g/t palladium and 0.14% nickel**. Based on current palladium and nickel prices, 0.18 g/t palladium and 0.14% nickel is **equal to 0.59 g/t of palladium equivalent**. This same intercept also contained 0.14 g/t platinum, 0.02 g/t gold, 0.02% copper, and 0.013% cobalt. All together, this adds up to 0.88 g/t of palladium equivalent over 252.4m for **222.11 grammeters**** of palladium equivalent**!

**Chrome Mountain's drill hole CM2007-05** starting at surface **intercepted 238.1m of both 0.22 g/t palladium and 0.12% nickel**. Based on current palladium and nickel prices, 0.22 g/t palladium and 0.12% nickel is **equal to 0.57 g/t of palladium equivalent**. This same intercept also contained 0.14 g/t platinum, 0.04 g/t gold, 0.03% copper, and 0.011% cobalt. All together, this adds up to 0.77 g/t of palladium equivalent over 238.1m for **183.34 grammeters**** of palladium equivalent**!

**Chrome Mountain's** **drill hole CM2007-04** starting at surface **intercepted 118m of both 0.56 g/t palladium and 0.12% nickel**. Based on current palladium and nickel prices, 0.56 g/t palladium and 0.12% nickel is **equal to 0.91 g/t of palladium equivalent**. This same intercept also contained 0.36 g/t platinum, 0.09 g/t gold, 0.03% copper, and 0.01% cobalt. All together, this adds up to 1.26 g/t of palladium equivalent over 118m for **148.68 grammeters**** of palladium equivalent**!

Further down Chrome Mountain's drill hole CM2007-04 starting at 151.2m downhole it **intercepted 91.4m of both 0.21 g/t palladium and 0.12% nickel**. Based on current palladium and nickel prices, 0.21 g/t palladium and 0.12% nickel is **equal to 0.56 g/t of palladium equivalent**. This same intercept also contained 0.36 g/t platinum, 0.09 g/t gold, 0.03% copper, and 0.01% cobalt. All together, this adds up to 0.78 g/t of palladium equivalent over 91.4m for **71.29 grammeters**** of palladium equivalent**!

**The two intercepts of Chrome Mountain's drill hole CM2007-04 contained a total of 219.97 grammeters of palladium equivalent!**

**Chrome Mountain's drill hole CM2007-01** starting at surface **intercepted 145.1m of both 0.21 g/t palladium and 0.07% nickel**. Based on current palladium and nickel prices, 0.21 g/t palladium and 0.07% nickel is **equal to 0.41 g/t of palladium equivalent**. This same intercept also contained 0.24 g/t platinum, 0.01 g/t gold, 0.01% copper, and 0.009% cobalt. All together, this adds up to 0.61 g/t of palladium equivalent over 145.1m for **88.51 grammeters**** of palladium equivalent**!

Further down Chrome Mountain's drill hole CM2007-01 starting at 261.5m downhole it **intercepted 186.5m of both 0.04 g/t palladium and 0.12% nickel**. Based on current palladium and nickel prices, 0.04 g/t palladium and 0.12% nickel is **equal to 0.39 g/t of palladium equivalent**. This same intercept also contained 0.04 g/t platinum, 0.01 g/t gold, 0.02% copper, and 0.014% cobalt. All together, this adds up to 0.53 g/t of palladium equivalent over 186.5m for **98.85 grammeters**** of palladium equivalent**!

**The two intercepts of Chrome Mountain's drill hole CM2007-01 contained a total of 187.46 grammeters of palladium equivalent!**

**Chrome Mountain's drill hole CM2007-02** starting at surface **intercepted 210.6m of both 0.28 g/t palladium and 0.10% nickel**. Based on current palladium and nickel prices, 0.28 g/t palladium and 0.10% nickel is **equal to 0.57 g/t of palladium equivalent**. This same intercept also contained 0.20 g/t platinum, 0.02 g/t gold, 0.01% copper, and 0.011% cobalt. All together, this adds up to 0.77 g/t of palladium equivalent over 210.6m for **162.16 grammeters**** of palladium equivalent**!

Further down Chrome Mountain's drill hole CM2007-02 starting at 300.8m downhole it **intercepted 86.9m of both 0.03 g/t palladium and 0.10% nickel**. Based on current palladium and nickel prices, 0.03 g/t palladium and 0.10% nickel is **equal to 0.32 g/t of palladium equivalent**. This same intercept also contained 0.04 g/t platinum, 0.01 g/t gold, 0.02% copper, and 0.01% cobalt. All together, this adds up to 0.43 g/t of palladium equivalent over 86.9m for **37.37 grammeters**** of palladium equivalent**!

**The two intercepts of Chrome Mountain's drill hole CM2007-02 contained a total of 199.53 grammeters of palladium equivalent!**

**Chrome Mountain's drill hole CM2007-03** starting at surface **intercepted 47.5m of both 0.44 g/t palladium and 0.13% nickel**. Based on current palladium and nickel prices, 0.44 g/t palladium and 0.13% nickel is equal to **0.82 g/t of palladium equivalent**. This same intercept also contained 0.30 g/t platinum, 0.13 g/t gold, 0.05% copper, and 0.01% cobalt. All together, this adds up to 1.20 g/t of palladium equivalent over 47.5m for **57 grammeters**** of palladium equivalent**!

**Chrome Mountain's drill hole CM2007-06** starting at surface **intercepted 128m of both 0.18 g/t palladium and 0.19% nickel**. Based on current palladium and nickel prices, 0.18 g/t palladium and 0.19% nickel is equal to **0.73 g/t of palladium equivalent**. This same intercept also contained 0.15 g/t platinum, 0.06 g/t gold, 0.07% copper, and 0.014% cobalt. All together, this adds up to 1.02 g/t of palladium equivalent over 128m for **130.56 grammeters**** of palladium equivalent**!

**Chrome Mountain's drill hole CM2007-09** starting at surface intercepted 19.2m of both 0.60 g/t palladium and 0.14% nickel. Based on current palladium and nickel prices, 0.60 g/t palladium and 0.14% nickel is **equal to 1.01 g/t of palladium equivalent**. This same intercept also contained 0.37 g/t platinum, 0.10 g/t gold, 0.04% copper, and 0.011% cobalt. All together, this adds up to 1.39 g/t of palladium equivalent over 19.2m for **26.69 grammeters**** of palladium equivalent**!

**All together, these 10 drill holes ****contained a total of 1,635.69 grammeters**** of palladium equivalent, which makes PGE's Stillwater West project the ****most advanced**** palladium exploration project in the United States!**

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