Continental Minerals (KMKCF) is a junior Canadian gold/copper/silver miner that mines in China. From what I read, they have a promising property there with well over 4 million oz. of gold and 11 million oz. of silver. The stock seems to be doing a promising breakout (click to enlarge):
Since the big gold rally late last year, in which KMKCF participated nicely, the stock has been idling in a megaphone formation. After a false breakout in April to about $2.50, it may have completed this formation today with a real breakout with some building volume. I like the moving average geometry and the heavy 24% insider interest. If it doesn't do a breakout now, it probably will soon if gold keeps working its way higher.