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Part 2In gold exploration, high-grade discoveries excite the market. This is because retail investors expect a high-grade deposit, if it ever becomes a mine, to be more profitable. But a closer look at high margin projects shows that high...
Klondike Gold Corp. (TSXV: KG; Frankfurt: LBGF; OTC:KDKGF) has a 557-sq.-km land package in Yukon, not far from where Goldcorp Inc. (TSX: G; NYSE: GG) is developing the 1.67 million oz., construction-stage Coffee gold project and White Gold Corp. (TSXV: WGOK; NYSE: KGC) is...
Source: Mining JournalBluestone Resources (TSXV:BSR) has just published a feasibility study that makes a solid investment case for its high-grade Cerro Blanco gold project in Guatemala that it acquired from Goldcorp in June 2017. Cerro Blanco didn’t have the...
By MiningIR, Posted Jan 4, 2019James Buskard, President of Nevada Exploration, took us through the novel approach his company are using to find gold in the 55% of Nevada where the bedrock lies mostly covered in sediment and unexplored.To...
Part 1If a gold mine was a hockey team, the forwards would be production, piling up ounces like goals on a scoreboard. The costs per ounce are like defencemen: solid, predictable, hardworking but rarely getting the glory. While production...
Radio show with Jay Taylor and his guest Peter Tallman Listen to this insightful conversation with Jay Taylor, editor of J Taylor’s Gold & Technology Stocks newsletter and Klondike Gold President and CEO Peter Tallman to get an update on...
 By Trish Saywell, NOVEMBER 1, 2018 Seven years ago, EMX Royalty (TSXV: EMX; NYSE-AM: EMX) identified privately held IG Copper and its Malmyzh copper-gold porphyry project in Russia as a strategic investment opportunity, and poured US$13 million into the company. That investment has just paid off with...
By Tina LetoThe odds seem to be against uranium. Fukushima’s nuclear power plant is still disabled; the US Supreme Court seems to be leaning towards staying Virginia’s moratorium on uranium mining, and projects such as Berkeley Energía’s Salamanca mine...
Part 2: It's Only Natural... By Daniel T Cook  Every mining company has the same problem, they’ve got to replenish their inventory every year. That means if they’re mining 100,000 ounces of gold annually they need to discover at least 100,000 ounces every year...
By: Brian Leni  P.Eng, Junior Stock ReviewThe Volatility Index (VIX) is spiking and so is gold. The question that immediately comes to mind is ‘why?’ This is a complex question because, in my opinion, it isn’t just one event...