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Featured returns from artificial hibernation with new management team and focus


Vancouver, BC – September 27, 2016 – After seven months of artificial hibernation, is finally back doing what it has been doing so well over the last five years, providing the latest financing information to the investment community in the junior commodities space.


With its proprietary Oreninc Deal Log (ODL) database, Oreninc provides much needed transparency in an impenetrable jungle of financing information. Investors, analysts and company executives alike turn to the ODL as it presents clear, accurate and concise data in a digestible format.


“Benjamin Cox and his team have done an exemplary job over the last five years by building a database that seeks comparison in our industry, and by providing transparency in a market that desperately needs it,” states Kai Hoffmann, CEO of Soar Financial Canada Corp. “We are honored that Benjamin entrusts us with the Oreninc Deal Log and are excited to be continuing his legacy.”


“It is our goal to develop Oreninc into a buzzing hub for financing information in the North American junior commodity space. Not only do we plan to achieve this by continuing to provide users with free access to our proprietary database, but by adding exclusive value-added content. We are in advanced discussions with a few select groups and are planning to announce our first partnerships in due course. New features will be implemented step by step over the next few months.”


Backlogging of financing deals is currently ongoing. The team is working day and night to close the existing gap in the ODL database that was created when Oreninc stopped operations mid-February.


“The sentiment for financings, especially for companies operating in the precious metals space, has seen great improvement in recent months. We cannot wait to publish our first update of the Oreninc Index since February 17th, providing clear evidence of how well the market is really doing,” comments Hoffmann.


Soar Financial Canada Corp., a Vancouver, British Columbia-based private entity, has recently taken over the Oreninc assets from Oren Inc. 


“We would much like to thank Paul Ostrow for making the transition such a smooth process and for his support in getting us up and running,” notes Kai Hoffmann.


“We would also like to thank our inaugural sponsors AuRico Metals Inc. (TSX: AMI) and NuLegacy Gold Corp. (TSX.V: NUG) for their support. Without them Oreninc might still be a sleeping giant.”


If you are not yet a subscriber of our daily, weekly and Oreninc Index newsletter, you can subscribe for free at


About is North America’s leading provider of relevant financing information in the junior commodities space. Since 2011, the company has been keeping track of financings in the junior mining as well as oil and gas space. Logging all relevant deal and company information into its proprietary database, called the Oreninc Deal Log, Oreninc quickly became the go-to website in the mining financing space for investors, analysts, fund managers and company executives alike.


The Oreninc Deal Log keeps track of over 1,400 companies, bringing transparency to an otherwise impenetrable jungle of information. The goal is to increase the visibility of transactions and to show financings activity in a digestible format. Through its daily logging activities, Oreninc is in a position to pinpoint momentum changes in the markets, identify which commodities are trending and which projects are currently receiving funding.


Contact us, if you are interested in customized Sector Pulse Reports, Broker Tear Sheets or Natural Resource Financing books, examples of which can be found on our website.




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Oreninc Deal Log Signing Out

Dear Oreninc Subscribers,

After five years of publicly tracking the metals & mining and oil & gas junior equity markets in Canada, we are throwing in the towel.

After much thought, we are shutting down our current data and research publishing. We are doing this for many reasons, namely because we don’t want to get into the newsletter writing business, stock promotion business, or the EMD business, and those seemed to be the only natural courses for the business moving forward.

Our team has reached a point where we have higher priority projects to work on over providing free data to a market that does not seem to value it.

If there is a buyer who wants to take it over, we are happy to sell it rather than shut it down. Unfortunately, parties who have approached us did not see the value in market transparency, which is what we always saw as the core value to our service.

Our team will now be focusing on consulting, which is where we have seen success as a business. In selling services, the data business got our foot in the door and gave us name recognition, but lately it has distracted from our core strength, which is strategic planning. We will be staying in the space and are not going anywhere by any means. This is simply a change in focus.

We will keep the Oreninc Deal Log up through the end of March, but starting today it will no longer be publically updated. In addition, yesterday’s Oreninc Index will be our last. Expect a new stripped down website starting in March.

On behalf of the Oreninc team, both current and past, I’d like to give a huge thanks for all of the support over the last five years. To everyone who read our emails religiously, would pass our reports throughout their office, came up to us at conferences to tell us how much they valued our work - thank you. It was and is still much appreciated.

Best of luck,


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Oreninc Index Update: February 11, 2016

Oreninc Index Shows Life

The Oreninc Index showed life for the week ending February 11, 2016. Total dollars announced jumped to $54.6m, a three-week high. One brokered financing was announced for $20.8m, a ten-week high; No bought deal financings were announced for the seventh time in nine weeks.

In what was a particularly busy week for deal making news, Tahoe Resources (TSX:THO) announced a deal to take over Lake Shore Gold (TSX:LSG) for $751m. Gold had another fantastic week, while oil sank even further. While only one week, an active period in the financing market along with a couple deals that seem to be coming together gave the industry a rare positive week to feel good about.

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Oreninc Index Update: February 4, 2016

Oreninc Index Continues Poor Performance

The Oreninc Index continued its poor performance and hit a 23-week low for the week ending February 4, 2016. Total dollars announced jumped to $27.2m, a two-week high. No brokered or bought deals were announced, making three- and two-week lows, respectively.

The biggest news of the week was reports that Anglo American plc (LON:AAL) is planning a complete exit from Brazil. Gold continued its torrid pace, hitting a three-week high, while crude oil continued its downward trend.

As the index and most commodities continue to stumble, things seem to be getting worse before they might get better.

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Oreninc Index Update: January 28, 2016

The Oreninc Index stayed low for the week ending January 28, 2016. Total dollars dropped to $21.2m, a two-week low. One brokered and bought deal financing was announced for $8.4m, three and two-week lows respectively.

Aston Bay Holdings Ltd. (TSX-V:BAY) led the way with deal making news, signing an LOI with BHP Billiton Ltd. (NYSE:BHP). Gold had an excellent week, hitting a 12-week high.

Not much movement is not much of a surprise at this point in this market. Entering what is generally considered one of the stronger times in the year for fundraising, the trend of continuously poor numbers make one think that maybe we may truly have hit a “market bottom”.  


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