WSRC Stock: 13 Things to Know About Penny Stock Western Sierra Resource After Shares Rocketed Nearly 1,000%

Western Sierra Resource (OTCMKTS:WSRC) stock is on a wild rise as shares rocketed nearly 1,000% higher yesterday but are falling today.

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Here’s everything potential investors need to know about Western Sierra Resource and its volatile share price.

  • First off, it’s worth pointing out that Western Sierra Resource is the definition of a penny stock.
  • Before yesterday’s jump, it was only trading for fractions of a penny.
  • However, today it’s sitting much higher with shares in the 20 cents range.
  • The major news affecting Western Sierra Resource has to do with a deal involving Silver State Mining.
  • The company revealed that it intends to acquire 70% of Silver State Mining’s common stock.
  • That’s worth noting at Silver State Mining owns 49% of the Sage Hen Mining claims in Nevada amounting to 460 acres.
  • This has it adjacent to the Relief Canyon Mine in the Oreana Tend.
  • Recovery system assays have returned gold, silver, platinum, palladium, and rhodium in the area.
  • The goal is for Western Sierra Resource and Silver State Mining to start up a 100 ton a day plan that will immediately move up to 1,100 tons per day.
  • This has projected annual net income from the project ranging from $269 million and $3.2 billion.
  • WSRC stock is seeing heavy trading on that news.
  • As of this writing, more than 31 million shares of the stock have changed hands.
  • That’s a massive increase over its daily average trading volume of about 3.6 million shares.

WSRC stock was down 29.9% as of Wednesday morning but is up 760% since the start of the year.

Of course, there’s plenty of other stock market news investors will want to be aware of today. offers a wide variety of coverage for the market. That includes the most recent news affecting KB Home (NYSE:KBH), Churchill Capital Corp IV (NYSE:CCIV), and what stocks were doing in the pre-market hours.

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