This Company is at the Heart and Forefront of the Largest Industry Consolidation, and $2 Billion Are at Stake

The Business Model is Absolutely the Safest and of the Highest Margin of All Natural Resource Operations!

This is potentially the perfect time to research and buy this company

In 2016, the company I head has conducted our signature full-blown due-diligence on close to 758 companies in the natural resource sector, and I have never been more speechless than when I finally realized the sophistication and sharpness behind what I deem as the safest and most lucrative opportunity in gold for 2017.

My name is Lior Gantz, and you have probably seen me appearing as a guest on various financial channels, especially those focused on the small-cap natural resource space these past few years, and you may have even come across one of our exclusive reports on the commodities sector.

Ever since the financial crisis, I came to understand just how unreliable and vulnerable the global banking system truly is. It’s all based on promises and credits, but no sound economics or hard assets back the currency – that’s what is causing the destruction of purchasing power of the dollar and all national notes.

The stock I am covering today is the only gold stock that has passed all of my team’s rigorous metrics, and after spending hours on the phone with their management, I am confident you will identify the massive potential to make epic gains.

We suggest you consider buying shares

of Inca One Gold Corp (TSX-V: IO & OTC: INCAF)

as your highest-conviction core position resource company.

A Straightforward Business Model That Comes With 800%-2,000% Profit Potential!

The Peruvian Government is Consolidating the Ore Processing Business, and We Want to Be Partners With the Soon-to-Be Dominant Player in This $2.6 Billion Annual Business

Peru is South America’s largest source of high-grade, narrow vein mining, ideal for small-scale mining. It is estimated that there is approximately 15,000 TPD of gold-bearing mineral produced by small-scale miners, based on an average recoverable gold grade of 0.5 oz./tonne. Estimations are that small-scale mining is 20% of all Peruvian gold production, equivalent to USD$2.6 billion annually.

The government wants to make sure it cashes in big time on this industry, which employs a direct workforce of 100,000 workers and has up to 500,000 more indirectly involved.

That’s why it is shutting down any illegal or unpermitted mining operations, and it’s by the hundreds.

The bureaucracy involved with becoming a formalized resource company is intense and lasts a minimum of 3 years and up to 7 years. Many have stopped along the way and returned back to the U.S. and Canada.

Our top pick for 2016-2017 is one of only a few select companies to obtain this formalized stamp. They own a mill that will become the number-one ore processing plant in the entire country!

The business model couldn’t be any simpler. It’s what I call a “toll road on gold,” and the company has perfected their efficiency, cost structure, and margin to an art form.

What I especially love about this business is that it produces cash flow right now, today, and every day. This is a beautiful foundation for growth, as there is no need to dilute the shareholders and there is no real risk of financial issues of any kind. In fact, the company will triple its bottom line in 12 months.

As you can see, at 300 TPD, the company will generate $18.3MM EBITDA, and the current market cap is less than that! That’s like buying a $100,000 home that in 12 months will rent for $150,000 per year.

Dynacor Gold Mines is the other ore processor in Peru, and they have been there for a decade and are now running the mill at a pace of 300 TPD, where Inca One will be in a year from now.

By calculating the valuation of Dynacor’s 300 TPD operation compared with Inca One (TSX-V: IO & OTC: INCAF), you reach a current valuation that is 100% higher than today’s just by figuring out the similarities!

That means Inca One is trading for 50 cents on the dollar right now, and that’s exactly when an investor should pull the trigger.

The Chala One plant sits at the epicenter of gold production, and Inca One is planning to own 4 such plants, for a total of 1,200 TPD of gold within 5 years. The cash flow alone justifies a takeover possibility at $400MM, which is 3,000% higher than today’s worth.

The Chala One plant sits at the epicenter of gold production, and Inca One is planning to own 4 such plants, for a total of 1,200 TPD of gold within 5 years. The cash flow alone justifies a takeover possibility at $400MM, which is 3,000% higher than today’s worth.

The business model is extremely simple, and that’s the key here. There’s no speculation as to what is going to happen today or tomorrow, and with the right people and the expansion plan, Inca One Gold Corp. (TSX-V: IO & OTC: INCAF) will become the dominant ore processor in the top gold country of South America during this government-mandated consolidation of the industry.

The share structure is very healthy, and the company has a solid cash position. What I am always looking for is vested interest from management to over-deliver, and the best judgment of motivation is the amount of personal funds they have invested in the company.

Between the CEO, President, Chairman, and directors, the inclusive position is 21% ownership, which means that they have a lot of “skin in the game.”

Our Top pick for 2016-2017
is Inca One Gold Corp (TSX-V: IO & OTC: INCAF)

Do your research now, because if there’s one thing I have noticed over and over again, it’s that once the largest brokerage firms get wind of this stock, the price will never be this attractive again.

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