Ed Moya joins me to share views on the US equity markets and how recent data and general central bank policy could support a continued rise. There is no arguing that the current rally in US markets is due for a pullback however it could go one for a little while longer, being supported by recent news events. Pay close attention to Ed’s time frame because he is expecting volatility to creep back in the near term.
Silver Viper Minerals (TSX.V:VIPR) released 3 drill results this week from the La Virgina Project focused on the new El Rubi discovery. These holes are follow ups on the discovery hole drilled last year. All 3 holes intersected high grade silver and gold results.
Steve Cope, President and CEO of Silver Viper joins me to outline the drill results and what they mean in terms of growing the discovery. He recaps the history of the overall La Virgina Project and the 50,000 meters that have been drilled on other areas of the project. We also discuss the plans for the ongoing drill program with a focus on growing and releasing a maiden resource.
If you have any questions for Steve please email me at Fleck@kereport.com.
Lobo Tiggre, Editor of The Independent Speculator joins me to share his preference between gold or silver stocks in 2020. While encouraging how well both are holding up during this short-term pullback it’s still critical to be very selective in terms of the metals stocks you are buying. We also quickly touch on jurisdiction when it comes to silver stocks.
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Last week Palamina Corp. (TSX.V:PA & OTC:PLMNF) announced it received the much anticipated DIA for the Coasa Gold Project in Peru. News also released back in mid-December outlined two new hires by the Company – William McGuinty as its Vice President of Exploration and Christina McCarthy as an advisory board member.
Andrew Thompson, President and CEO of Palamina joins me for a recap of 2019 work completed on a wide range of the Company’s properties. He also outlines the importance of both news releases mentioned above. Now with the DIA Andrew shares what steps come next to get drills on the ground and start testing some of the targets. We wrap up the call with the expected news flow in the near term.
Jordan Roy-Byrne kicks off today by sharing his thoughts on the recent spikes and now pullbacks in gold. We also address the recent pullback in GDX. The overarching main question we address is if the recent highs in gold and GDX will be broken in the near term.
Brien Lundin joins me for a discussion on how to trade metals stocks that seem stuck in terms of share prices. Drill results continue to be a major driver for share prices however what do you do when good drill results hit the market and the share price does not move? We also touch on the strategy of following where Eric Sprott has been putting his money.
Over the past few weeks I have been receiving a number of emails asking for an update from Auryn Resources. The questions ranged from the status of the DIA on the Sombrero project in Peru, to what the company has planned for the newly acquired Curibaya Project also in Peru, and for the other projects – Homestake and Committee Bay.
Ivan Bebek, Executive Chairman of Auryn Resources joins me to address all of these questions as well as touch on finances of the Company.
If you have any further questions for Ivan please email me at Fleck@kereport.com.
Rick Ackerman joins me to share what his technicals are telling him about a wide range of the major sectors we follow. We start with gold and GDX with buy levels Rick is waiting for. Next up is his short term outlook for the US Dollar and US equity markets.
Already this year Skeena Resources (TSX.V: SKE, OTCQX: SKREF) has released high grade drill results from the Eskay Creek and Snip Projects.
Paul Geddies, VP of Exploration and Resource Development joins me for a recap of the results and a look ahead to what’s next. He shares how the Eskay results compare to historic drill holes and what it could mean for an updated resource.