1. PDAC 2015: Lukas Lundin sets lofty goals as he re-enters gold game

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    The following article appeared in The Financial Post, March 3rd, 2015. Legendary mining and oil tycoon Lukas Lundin has never been modest about his goals. So his latest targets probably shouldn’t surprise anyone, as eye-opening as they might sound. “I want Lundin Mining up to $10-billion . I want...
  2. Gold Facts

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    MEXICO Between 2008 and 2011, gold production in Mexico increased by 55%, from 41.4 tonnes per year, to 64.2 tonnes per year. By 2014, it is estimated that Mexico will be producing some 75 tonnes per year, which would mean an 81% increase in gold production in just seven years....
  3. GOLD ETF Turns the Corner.

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    Heinz Isler, independent advisor to institutional investors, says total GOLD ETF turned the corner – and Believe it or not GOLD is coming back in favor again! He adds “Investors are starting to put money in Gold ETF’s again. It is time to convert some of your cash and bond...
  4. “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...
  5. Mining Weekly – Newstrike Capital uncovers three mineralised structures at Ejutla, Mexico

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    Mining Weekly published an article today based on the June 2nd press release issued by Newstrike Capital. Below is an excerpt of the article, click here to read the entire piece in Mining Weekly. Precious metals-focused explorer Newstrike Capital on Tuesday reported that it had found three significant mineralised structural...
  6. Mexico Mining Sector Ripe for Aquisitions

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    Mexico’s mining chamber said at least 50 silver, gold, copper and zinc projects are attractive targets for mergers or acquisitions and high metals prices will draw $4.4 billion in mining investment to the country this year. Sergio Almazan, the head of the chamber, said investment will jump 7.3 percent in...