This Company Could Quickly Become Investors’ Top Choice on the 
World Stage of Gold Mining

This company could easily become the top gold pick for astute investors on the global mining.

One billionaire mining legend was able to attract key industry veterans and 
plant the first flag in the last unexplored frontier of the Pacific “Ring of Fire”

The last time I saw a company that was able to pull off what this firm has done, the shares took off from $0.15 all the way up to $3.45 in less than 23 months. That’s enough to turn every $10,000 invested into $230,000 in a two-year time frame.

Right now, you have the opportunity to get in at the ground floor with a new gold mining company that is soon to break ground in one of the world’s best kept mining secrets: Japan.

Throughout history, gold has been the ultimate form of money, and it has maintained its purchasing power without fail for millennia. Astute investors, including the world’s top hedge fund manager, multi-billionaire Ray Dalio, have taken large positions in gold and have been vocal about it.

Most people have not taken Mr. Dalio’s advice. Gold ownership still represents only a meager 0.58% of global assets, yet gold is generally considered to be grossly undervalued.

If gold were to return to its historical mean of 2.74% of total global assets value, the price for an ounce of gold would be north of $6,000, more than 300% higher than today’s price.

The gold market has taken a turn in 2016, however, and has rallied more than 25% since the beginning of year.

Sensing the turn well ahead of his peers, billionaire mining legend Frank Giustra started searching the globe for compelling gold opportunities and put together a team of industry experts to lead the gold rush into Japan, one of the world’s last unexplored first-world countries. Leveraging their global network of contacts, Frank’s team discovered a change in the Japanese mining laws in 2012 and then moved quickly to become the first foreign mining company to lodge exploration applications.

Japan has traditionally been a net importer of resources, focused on the outside world for supplies, although the country had an active mining industry in the 1900s, with numerous million-ounce-plus high-grade gold mines, the majority of mines were shut down after the Second World War and there has been almost no exploration since that time. Indeed, there is a long-standing Japanese mindset that all the resources in the country have already been discovered.

This, despite the fact that Japan’s unique mineral and volcanic geology is host to one of the world’s highest-grade gold mines. The Hishikari Mine has been in production since 1985, has produced over 6 million ounces of gold to date, and continues to produce more than 200,000 ounces of gold per year at an average grade of more than 40 g/t gold.

Due to the 2008 financial crisis and the devastating earthquake that struck Japan in 2011, the Japanese government recognized that new measures were required to stimulate economic activity. One of the sectors they identified was mining, and in 2012 they modified the mining laws to encourage exploration and development.

Japan Gold was the first foreign exploration company to recognize this incredible opportunity and apply for exploration properties, giving it first mover advantage and first pick for exploration locations. Any company that wants to follow this leader has years’ worth of research and documentation to wade through, and will have to settle for the leftovers. There can only be one original pioneer, and Japan Gold is the one.

Using historical production and exploration data from a government database, coupled with the insight of the Japan Gold directors and advisors, Japan Gold put together a portfolio of properties targeting both epithermal gold mineralization and lithocap porphyry copper-gold mineralization. The company has lodged 80 applications for exploration rights covering 27,153 hectares over eight separate projects.

It’s a well-used adage in the mining industry that the best place to find gold is beside a gold mine. Japan Gold’s applications cover more than 10 historical high-grade gold mines and a number of targets with Hishikari-like geological settings.

The Japanese and Canadian governments have been actively encouraging Japan Gold to advance its strategic plans. Japan is considered one of the most stable and corruption-free jurisdictions in the world. The new mining regulatory framework is well established and transparent, with easy access to government officials and good support from local communities.

One of the key things the government looks for is technical ability. The Japan Gold team has decades of resource industry experience, with expertise ranging from grassroots discovery to building and operating world-class mines. A number of the directors have founded and managed other successful resource companies, and they understand the nuances of operating successfully overseas. They have also recruited a team of in-country geologists and technical advisors with expertise specific to Japan.

The company also has the financial ability to rapidly advance these properties. Following the September 2016 C$7 million capital raise, the near-term exploration program is fully financed, with surface exploration underway and the expectation of having drill rigs turning in the first half of 2017.

I have researched, analyzed, visited projects, and spoken to the management teams of over 819 companies, and this firm is by far the most resounding example of a total game-changer. Japan Gold was the first company to recognize the potential and apply for exploration licenses in Japan, and is the ONLY foreign exploration company to be focused solely on Japan.

Japan is an integral part of the Pacific “Ring of Fire,” a prolific mineral belt. As opposed to Indonesia, the Philippines, Alaska, California, Peru, and Mexico, which are full of competition, Japan is wide open and ready to be explored, and Japan Gold was the first foreign exploration company to show up to the game.

What’s even more exciting is that while most prolific gold regions are in the middle of jungles, Japan is a modern country with world-class infrastructure, which translates to easy access to drilling sites, roads, electricity, ports, and local communities, resulting in lower costs, less challenges, and smoother operations.

That’s why Japan Gold (TSX-V: JG) could quickly become investors’ top choice among junior explorers. Japan Gold was able to pick the prime exploration target areas and is moving quickly to uncover the true potential of Japan’s mineral deposits.

Frank Giustra, who set the wheels in motion for Japan Gold (TSX-V: JG), is already responsible for successful launches of numerous resource companies, including Wheaton River Minerals Ltd. (merged with Goldcorp Inc.) and Silver Wheaton Corporation, considered by many to be the best silver streaming company in the world. Frank has turned everyday shareholders into millionaires, and can potentially do it again.

Japan Gold has a major head start and is quickly and aggressively laying the groundwork to become Japan’s major mining player, using a team of experts, government support, and a well-executed strategy. This company has all the pieces in place and is focused on delivering results.

This is without a doubt our 2016 number-one Asian gold pick: Japan Gold (TSX-V: JG). And it’s hard to say if we will ever see such a perfect set of circumstances again.

Consider buying shares of Japan Gold (TSX-V: JG) now before drilling commences, institutional investors pile in, and Japan hits center stage as a global mining destination.

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