Alexandria Minerals Corp.

May 13, 2008 14:26 ET

CCM Research Issues Technical Research Report on Alexandria Minerals Corp.

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - May 13, 2008) - CCM Research Chief Technical Analyst, Jason Suttmeier, has written a technical research report on Alexandria Minerals Corp.

Alexandria Minerals (TSX VENTURE:AZX) is a junior resource company focused on acquiring and exploring high-potential properties situated in the world-class mining camps of Ontario and Quebec, Canada. The Company is aggressively exploring several advanced gold projects in the Val d'Or mining camp of northwestern Quebec. Prospective gold targets are being tested as part of a first-pass assessment of a land package that now covers more than 23 km of the prolific gold-bearing Cadillac-Larder Lake Break.

In the report the analyst states:

"Alexandria Minerals Corp. (AZX) is currently trading under the key 5- week modified moving average at 0.152..."

"My model shows weekly support at 0.075 with my quarterly pivot at 0.142 and monthly resistance at 0.149."

"The 21- week and 50- week moving average provide additional resistances at 0.191 and 0.243."

A free copy of the report can be found at:

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