Amaroq Minerals Ltd is an independent mine development company with a substantial land package of gold and strategic mineral assets covering an area of 7,866.85 km2 in Southern Greenland.

Amaroq Minerals (LON: AMRQ) shares have been relatively volatile over the past few months and were even trading for as low as 25p before its rebranding from AEX. Now worth 40p and boasting a CAD$182 million market cap, the company has hit my radar as an excellent speculative opportunity for long-term holders with a multi-year timeframe in mind.

To start with, the company is fairly rare in that it is triple-listed on London’s AIM, Canada’s TAX Venture Exchange, and Iceland’s NASDAQ First North Growth Market. While this does create ‘a bit more work,’ Wyvill considers this a fair trade-off gave ‘three jurisdictions to whom we can market to which opens up a larger audience and access to capital.’