- This Gold Explorer is on the Verge of Explosive Potential Gains as They Pursue to Unlock Nevada’s Rich Mining History!
- With potential of over ONE MILLION ounces of gold in the ground, the birth of a new discovery could pay off huge for early shareholders of this tiny gold stock!
- Currently valued with a market cap sub-$5 million, the opportunity to be part of 2016’s next big commodity winner could not be any greater.
Coronet Metals Inc. (TSXV: CRF & US: CORMF)
The market is ripe, and the opportunity to profit in gold stocks here in 2016 could not be greater. Gold is making new 52-week highs, and the confirmation of its bullish trajectory continues to be fulfilled.
Gold has seen its best quarterly gain since 1986 – that’s 30 years!
- Billionaire Stanley Druckenmiller, who called the housing crash, is now saying to buy gold.
- Billionaire Ray Dalio, who runs one of the most successful hedge funds in the world, is now saying to buy gold.
- We’ve recently learned that George Soros bought over $123 million worth of gold-backed funds in the first quarter, as well as bought 19 million shares of Barrick Gold!
The smart money and large institutional insiders are not buying gold coins and bullion, though. Sure, they have some physical metal, but they know where the real gains will come from.
- The Gold Miners ETF (GDX) has risen 95%
- Barrick Gold is up 175%
- Newmont Mining has rallied 105%
***The birth of the new bull market for gold is here, and
gold stocks are rallying 3 to 8x faster than the price of gold.***
A $2,500 gold price is in the cards over the next few years, in my opinion, which is a nice double – a 100% gain from today’s prices. It’s certainly nothing to complain about. But if you talk to billionaires like Eric Sprott, he will tell you, just like he’s personally told me, “if gold goes up 100%, we’re going to see the mining shares rise by 5 to 10x, and even higher.”
Owning mining shares can give you exposure to 1,000%-plus gains in the coming years. The safest and best returns may ultimately not come from gold, gold producers, or even the explorers, but the companies that are sitting on large, high-quality gold deposits.
- This small gold company has a market cap of less than $5 million, and the slightest bit of attention towards this company with already existing positive news could send this stock into the stratosphere.
- CRF has their flagship project strategically located in Nevada, ranked in 2013 by the Fraser Institute as the 7th most mining-friendly jurisdiction in the world.
- In fact, Nevada accounts for nearly 80% of annual U.S. gold production, and the state still boasts vast areas of untapped geological potential, which this company is capitalizing on.
CRF’s flagship White Caps Gold Project is located in the Manhattan district, in south-central Nevada. This area has produced approximately 600,000 ounces of gold from underground lode mining, open pit mining, and placer mining.
White Caps is in one of the few remaining under-developed and under-explored historical districts in Nevada. This project is in the same exact geological trend as the Round Mountain mine, a joint venture between Kinross Gold and Barrick Gold, located 13 miles north. In 2011, Round Mountain produced over 350,000 ounces of gold and contained proven and probable mineral reserves of 2.8 million ounces of gold.
CRF is aggressively pursuing a two-tiered approach for near-term production of historic gold-bearing tailings and dumps and early-stage exploration of property for gold and silver. White Caps has 120 claims, covering roughly 2800 acres.
Historical references indicate that the property contains up to 300,000 tons of gold-bearing tailings, with an average grade of 3 g/t Au.
Based on the widespread gold occurrences in the Gold Hill Formation, the exploration potential of the area is projected at greater than 1 million ounces of gold.
CRF plans to refurbish the existing White Caps Mill, located ½ mile north of the town of Manhattan, to a regulation-compliant facility capable of processing 250 tons of ore per day. The tailings stockpile is expected to yield annual production of 6,000 ounces of gold over a period of 3 years.
Joel Dumaresq – Executive Chairman
- For the past decade, Mr. Dumaresq has served as the Managing Director of Vancouver-based private equity and merchant banking firm Matrix Partners Inc.
- Extensive background in finance and investment banking; formerly worked for RBC Dominion Securities, a division of the Royal Bank of Canada
- Dumaresq is also Chairman of TSXV-listed Taipan Resources
Theo van der Linde – President, CFO, and Director
- Chartered Accountant with 15+ years of experience in finance, administration, and public accounting in diverse industries including mining, financial services, manufacturing, and retail
- Worked with Etruscan Resources Inc. (now Endeavour Mining) for several years, helping to successfully navigate Etruscan through a period of growth that saw the company move from being an explorer to a producer
Stephen Stine – CEO, COO, and Director
- Stine is a mining executive with 39 years of experience in public/private company formation, acquisitions, turnarounds, debt and equity financings, and mine operations around the world
- Most recently, he served as COO of Etruscan Resources, where he was responsible for turning around the Youga Gold Mine in Burkina Faso, West Africa; during that time, production from the mine doubled and production costs were reduced by 50%
- Co-founder and former director of Alamos Gold, where he served as COO in charge of exploration and production
Coronet is aggressively evaluating other Manhattan area acquisitions and joint ventures which could have the potential for additional White Caps Mill feed and/or exploration upside potential.
Do not miss out on purchasing this sector at its lowest valuation in nearly 4 decades!
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