Company Updates From Management – Thu 11 Jan, 2018

By Cory Fireweed Zinc – Tying Together Recent Drill Results and Updated Resource On the heals of the new resource announced yesterday, Fireweed Zinc CEO Brandon Macdonald joins me share some additional insights. We look at drill results that were released in early December and the updated resource. The stock has been performing very well since I first introduced the Company in late November. Looking ahead a PEA is in the works. Click here to visit the Fireweed Zinc website for more Company information. Download audio file (2018_01_11-Brandon-Macdonald-Fireweed-Zinc.mp3) …read more Source:: The Korelin Economics Report The post Company Updates From Management – Thu 11 Jan, 2018 appeared first on Junior Mining Analyst. … Continue reading

[CANNABIS ALERT]: Ray Blanco: “Sessions Can’t Stop U.S. Pot”

By Ray Blanco This post [CANNABIS ALERT]: Ray Blanco: “Sessions Can’t Stop U.S. Pot” appeared first on Daily Reckoning. A monumental policy shift announced by the U.S. federal government on pot last Thursday sent the pot markets into a frenzy. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ announcement that he will roll back the Obama-era “Cole memo” marijuana protections triggered a massive sell-off of pot stocks, especially in U.S.-based companies. Early morning Friday, it was anyone’s guess how the U.S. pot market might be affected. But as I expected, state officials strongly pushed back, and stocks have already recovered their losses. U.S. States React Politicians from both parties, alongside industry leaders, have already spoken out against the intrusion on states’ rights with Jeff Sessions’ actions. In Alaska state officials are moving along with a “business as usual” approach. According to a recent Marijuana Business Daily report, Alaskan Gov. Bill Walker sent a … Continue reading

Company News – Thu 11 Jan, 2018

By Cory Maple Gold Finalizes Drilling Plans and Prepares to Commence Winter Drilling Campaign Maple Gold Mines released news yesterday focused on their winter drill program. After big changes to management and the technical teams in the second half of the year I am expecting this to a big year for the Company. The 100% owned Douay Gold Project already has a resource published last year of 2.8M Oz Au @ 1.05G/T. On top of a planned 25,000 -30,000m drill program the Company also has lots of historical holes to re-log which will continue to de-risk the project. This is a very large project with the opportunity to tie together the known resource area with other current discoveries that need some drilling between. Take a close look at the maps/images below to get an understanding of how this is all possible. I am shareholder of Maple Gold for a number … Continue reading

Company Updates From Management – Thu 11 Jan, 2018

By Cory Miramont Resources – Another Look At The Cerro Hermoso Update After the news yesterday I followed up with the Miramont President and CEO Bill Pincus. We take another look at the 3 priority targets and strategy for the upcoming exploration. Now that the Company has completed the Puno Gold acquisition and raised C$6 million it is moving forward with the Cerro Hermoso project. I am a shareholder of Miramont and will be in close communication with Bill and his team. Click here to visit the Miramont website for more information. Download audio file (2018_01_11-Bill-Pincus-Miramont-Resources.mp3) …read more Source:: The Korelin Economics Report The post Company Updates From Management – Thu 11 Jan, 2018 appeared first on Junior Mining Analyst. … Continue reading

Ron Paul – Thu 11 Jan, 2018

By Cory Koreans Agree To Talk To Koreans…Nikki Haley Furious! The North and South Koreans have moved closer to starting direct negotiations aimed at defusing the high tension levels on the peninsula. Instead of cheering an opening to diplomacy, however, US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley has warned that the US will not support such talks unless North Korea gives up its nuclear program first… …read more Source:: The Korelin Economics Report The post Ron Paul – Thu 11 Jan, 2018 appeared first on Junior Mining Analyst. … Continue reading

Mine’s Updated Mineral Resource Contains Higher Grades

Source: Streetwise Reports 01/11/2018 Euro Pacific Capital reviewed the new estimated resource released by this company for its Peruvian mine. In a Dec. 21 research note, Euro Pacific Capital analyst Bhakti Pavani reported that Great Panther Silver Limited (GPR:TSX; GPL:NYSE.MKT) released an updated mineral resource estimate for its Coricancha mine, which it had acquired from Nyrstar in June 2017. “We believe the overall mineral resource update at Coricancha is positive,” Pavani commented. In the updated version, the Measured and Indicated (M&I) resource totals 752,759 tons. The M&I silver equivalent is higher, having increased to 24.2 million ounces from 21.96, Pavani highlighted. However, Inferred silver equivalent are lower, having decreased to ~0.9 million tons from 4.9, primarily due to the difference in methodologies used to calculate the resource. Most noteworthy about the estimate, Pavani noted, is the metal grades “are comparatively higher than” those in the previous estimate. Comparison of the … Continue reading

Stick with Our Fab Four for Continued Outperformance

Source: Fincom Investment Partners for Streetwise Reports 01/11/2018 While miners have bounced off their December lows, what is in store for 2018? Fincom Investment Partners profiles a handful of companies it believes have an opportunity to double in 2018. December’s annual tax ritual provided a number of opportunities. While miners have bounced off the December lows, the year is just getting started, so now what? Going forward, we prefer shares offering fundamental value improvement, which may increase share price in both a rising gold environment, and, if it so happens, another flat or soft year. These stocks have an opportunity to double in 2018 even if the mining sector remains flat. Silvercorp Metals Inc. (SVM:TSX; SVM:NYSE). Bet you did not know that in the last (available) quarter (Q317), Silvercorp earned more money than Helca, Coeur Mining, First Majestic Silver, SSR (formerly Silver Standard), Tahoe, Endeavour Silver and Klondex COMBINED. A … Continue reading

Gold in Bulgaria? Drilling Says ‘Yes’

Source: Streetwise Reports 01/11/2018 It’s been full speed ahead for this TSX.V-listed gold explorer in Bulgaria, and the drill bit is showing results. Velocity Minerals Ltd. (VLC:TSX.V) began drilling its Rozino gold project in southeastern Bulgaria in August, and has now drilled more than 7,000 meters. The company’s most recently released drill results show diamond drill hole RDD-040 returning “144.7m grading 1.52g/t gold, including 24.0m grading 4.05 g/t gold.” “This is the thickest continuous drill intersection ever returned from the property averaging greater than 1.0g/t gold,” the company noted. Assay results have expanded the near-surface mineralization beyond the Main Zone to the East and North Zones. “Velocity’s shares look set to turn higher soon.” – Clive Maund Keith Henderson, Velocity’s president and CEO, stated, “Exploration at East Zone has been particularly successful with hole RDD-040 intersecting continuous high-grade gold mineralization from surface over a 144-meter drill intersection. The most recently … Continue reading

The role of exotic animals in California’s Gold Rush

By analyst By Valentina Ruiz Leotaud A recent study published in the journal California History reveals that, together with hundreds of people, exotic animals arrived in California during the Gold Rush of the 1850s. According to the study’s author, Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Anthropology at The University of New Mexico Cyler Conrad, the men and women who landed in the northwestern state with the dream of striking it rich carried with them exotic and non-native animals on a regular basis because they were hungry, and during the early years of the Gold Rush there was simply not enough local food to feed everyone. Thus, Conrad says, Galápagos tortoises, sea turtles, turkeys and Atlantic cod were imported. Other animals, such as cats from Mexico, were brought in to deal with pests. The most exotic in the pack, however, was the kangaroo. Shipped from Australia by boat, the first kangaroo … Continue reading

Klondex shrinks Manitoban operations

By analyst By Valentina Ruiz Leotaud Klondex Mines Ltd. (KDX:TSX) announced this week the immediate reduction of underground mining operations and workforce at its True North mine, located about 165 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg, in the Canadian province of Manitoba. Although Klondex had big hopes for the 43,000-hectare complex when it acquired it in January 2016, the mine didn’t make as much money as it was supposed to in 2017. Preliminary full-year 2017 gold ounce production is estimated to be between 24,000 – 27,000 ounces, which is less than the expected 35,000 – 45,000-ounce range. Given these results, the Vancouver-based firm decided to limit underground mining to areas already developed. Once such areas are depleted, underground mining will be suspended and the operation will be placed on care and maintenance status, at least until metal prices are higher. “The Company will continue to process tailings, as contained in its reserve … Continue reading