1. “Mexico’s Guerrero Belt Strikes Gold Again”- Newstrike in The Prospector

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    The following is an excerpt from David O’Brien’s article “MEXICO’S GUERRERO BELT STRIKES GOLD AGAIN. GUERRERO STATE: ABOUT TO HOST A NEWSTRIKE DISCOVERY.” “Same Trend. Same Team. Well, based on the track record of Newstrike Capital Inc, (NES: TX-V)’s exploration team, involved int he biggest plays in the region, we should expect no less. .A strong reputation for discovery can go a long way, especially when it’s resulted in projects like Goldcrop Inc. (G:TSX, GG: NYSE)’s Los Filos Project and Torez Gold Resources Ltd. (TSG: TSX; TORXF)’s Morelos project…both of which are ‘on trend’ with NES’ Ana Paula deposit.” Click here to read the full article. ProspectorMagazine
  2. David Jones talks Guerrero discoveries

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    The following article appeared in the Northern Miner on July 7th, 2014. Click here to read the full text. VANCOUVER — When it comes to Mexico’s emerging Guerrero gold belt, there aren’t many geolo­gists with as much experience in the region as David Jones, who first set boots in the area with Teck Resources (TSX: TCK.B; NYSE: TCK) in 1994. Over the past two decades Jones has worked on wide swaths of Guerrero — first as a geologist for Teck, and then with a number of junior companies — and emerged as a leading specialist on the Tertiary granodiorite porphyries that host much of the region’s gold mineral­ization. During an interview with The Northern Miner, Jones recounts his early exploration days at Guerrero, his work with Teck’s team to outline Goldcorp’s (TSX: G; NYSE: GG) prolific Los Filos mine and how a Mexican accountant named Enrique Miranda played a role...
  3. BUY LOW – SELL HIGH – But investors do exactly the opposite

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    The following article was written by Heinz Isler, an independent advisor to institutional investors. Every portfolio manager is telling his clients to BUY low and SELL high. Unfortunately they do exactly the opposite. One example, they buy currently bonds when yields are close to nothing and where the potential of losses are extremely high. On top of it, some of these bonds, especially sovereign bonds, will face huge haircuts (reduction of the nominal value) and some bonds are highly illiquid hence to sell them is very diffult in a bad market. Nobody wants to buy gold shares! But just have a look at the attached charts. Any of these charts are telling you that gold shares are very cheap and badly oversold. The last chart show you the Barron’s gold mining index. Here, a 30-year Reverse Head and Shoulder Figure is getting formed, which could propel gold mining shares to...