Orosur Mining (V.OMI) CEO takes larger stake in own company, price surges

Stockhouse Editorial
0 Comments| February 13, 2014


It may be the biggest vote of confidence a CEO can make on his or her own company’s fortunes, and Orosur Mining (TSX:V.OMI, Stock Forum) CEO Ignacio Salazar just made it.
 
Salazar has purchased 200,000 shares in his employer at $0.24 per share, bringing his total stake to a not unimportant 373,000, or 0.48%, of all shares outstanding.
 
Investors liked the move, sending Orosur stock prices up $0.05, or 20.8%, to $0.19 in Thursday trading.  
 
Orosur operates the San Gregorio mine, the only producing gold mine in Uruguay, and has a portfolio of assets in Uruguay and Chile.
 
Orosur shares have been largely flat in price over the second half of 2013 but have risen nearly 50% since January 1 as the company added to the executive team, sold a project in Chile, and posted strong production numbers and an increased reserve.

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