Shares of Kootenay Silver (KTN.V) jumped 15% on Monday as retail investors pushed into the silver market, and also into silver miners.As a company that is used to volatility, Kootenay Silver had no plans to change their long-term project goals and objectives in response to the price surge, said CEO Jim McDonald.McDonald would wait for the share price to go even higher to raise capital, as the silver market is still undervalued at these levels, he said.
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