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PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
November 6, 2018
(A Top Pick Nov 09/17, Down 45%) It's the best junior stock he's talked about in terms of potential. It has three world-class assets and run by the best mining entrepreneur of this generation. The problems are South Africa and Congo. Investors are afraid of political risks, especially ones they don't understand.
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Ivanhoe Mines (IVN-T)
November 6, 2018
(A Top Pick Nov 09/17, Down 45%) It's the best junior stock he's talked about in terms of potential. It has three world-class assets and run by the best mining entrepreneur of this generation. The problems are South Africa and Congo. Investors are afraid of political risks, especially ones they don't understand.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
November 6, 2018
They hit an amazing seam of gold. But he doesn't see enough geological information to assume a lot of material there, though the grade appears to be spectacular.
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Royal Nickel Corp (RNX-T)
November 6, 2018
They hit an amazing seam of gold. But he doesn't see enough geological information to assume a lot of material there, though the grade appears to be spectacular.
COMMENT
COMMENT
November 6, 2018
He's not a lithium bull, but if he was, he'd own this (plus two others). They can get their projects into production.
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He's not a lithium bull, but if he was, he'd own this (plus two others). They can get their projects into production.
BUY
BUY
November 6, 2018
He sold it, and did well with it. Very well-run. But he's afraid of the outlook of many materials though. If materials sell-off, he'll buy this. Quality people and deposits.
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He sold it, and did well with it. Very well-run. But he's afraid of the outlook of many materials though. If materials sell-off, he'll buy this. Quality people and deposits.
WAIT
WAIT
November 6, 2018
There's a merger proposal and a private company which has interfingered lease holdings in Alberta. Problem is there wasn't enough drilling density to let him know what that land is worth. The merger and raising $110 million means that in 12 months, you'll see a better sense of what this land package is worth. A lot of promise but not enough data to make him buy.
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There's a merger proposal and a private company which has interfingered lease holdings in Alberta. Problem is there wasn't enough drilling density to let him know what that land is worth. The merger and raising $110 million means that in 12 months, you'll see a better sense of what this land package is worth. A lot of promise but not enough data to make him buy.
COMMENT
COMMENT
November 6, 2018
Operation miss in the last quarter was much larger than the market expected. Great range of assets though (Disclosure: He's friends with the chairman.) This range and their balance sheet will let them weather the storm if they can turn the company around. If they can't turn around in 12 months, the company will have a new stock symbol. They need to increase operations soon.
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Goldcorp Inc. (GG-N)
November 6, 2018
Operation miss in the last quarter was much larger than the market expected. Great range of assets though (Disclosure: He's friends with the chairman.) This range and their balance sheet will let them weather the storm if they can turn the company around. If they can't turn around in 12 months, the company will have a new stock symbol. They need to increase operations soon.
BUY
BUY
November 6, 2018
NexGen vs. Fission He owns both Fission and NexGen. They're far from infrastructure in the Athabasca Basin and would be challenged if it wasn't for their deposits being large and of quality (and next to each other). They could get built as a pair. The Fission deposit is borderline-tier one deposit, whole Nexgen's is. The quality is so high is that if they're not built in the next cycle, they will get taken over.
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NexGen vs. Fission He owns both Fission and NexGen. They're far from infrastructure in the Athabasca Basin and would be challenged if it wasn't for their deposits being large and of quality (and next to each other). They could get built as a pair. The Fission deposit is borderline-tier one deposit, whole Nexgen's is. The quality is so high is that if they're not built in the next cycle, they will get taken over.