This Company Took Control of a $240MM Mining Project During the Darkest Days of the Bear Market for a Penny on the Dollar
A Team of All-Star Mining Executives Who Already Built Numerous Billion-Dollar Resource Businesses Has Teamed Up to Lead Their Next Successful Operation and Make Early Shareholders a Fortune
The global economy is teetering on the brink of collapse. After Britain exited the Eurozone, Italy, a key member of the G-7, will be voting on whether or not to stay In the EU, and other countries — like Sweden, France, Spain, and the Netherlands — are openly discussing terms to cut ties as well.
The economic effect of this will be catastrophic, as the ECB (European Central Bank) has already lowered interest rates into negative territory, and by using QE, it has created a massive quantity of new currency.
If this isn’t enough cause for concern, the BOJ (Bank of Japan) has already pumped enormous quantities of yen into the economy, and they have now openly begun purchasing stocks on the Nikkei 225, and roughly 55% of Japanese ETFs!
The U.S. has also gone on an insane inflationary effort to “stimulate” the economy with QE programs, zero interest rates, bailout programs, and bond swaps.
This nonstop global money printing phenomenon has made precious metals — and especially gold — rise tremendously in 2016, after a 5-year brutal bear market that is only now beginning to reverse trend.
This is an amazing opportunity to position your portfolio in mining stocks before institutions, pension funds, and even central banks accumulate shares and close the window of buying cheap and early.
This company bought an existing mine, mill, and camp from Barrick Gold for less than $3MM after Barrick, the world’s top gold producer, paid $141MM for it some years earlier, invested an additional $100MM in the mine, and maintained it in pristine shape. Mining insiders have called this “The best-negotiated deal of the bear market.”
The company has refurbished the mine and the mill and is about to become the world’s newest gold producer, effective immediately.
They are targeting 50,000 ounces in the next 12 months and are already working on expansion plans, with their promising adjacent property now doing scoping and geological surveys.
The mine is located in Papua New Guinea, a country famous for large mines with high-grade gold.
What is extremely unique with this company — and this is critical in today’s debt-based investing environment — is that the company is totally debt-free, well-funded, and owns its own processing mill, so it can do everything in-house.
What’s important to realize about the timing of this opportunity is that once a company starts to produce and cash-flow, this opens the legal door to all kinds of pension funds, investment funds, and brokerage firms to recommend the company, and shares usually go ballistic relatively fast.
This is a very time-sensitive opportunity, and the closest peer company, which is in a similar situation and has a lower-grade mine with higher costs, is 500% higher in market cap than K92 Mining (TSX-V: KNT & OTC: KNTNF). This literally means that if the market learns about K92, it can easily go up 500% higher in a matter of months.
What’s also astonishing is that now is an ideal entry point, after the company completed a financing round and all new shares added have already been traded, so the downside risk is virtually non-existent.
In a matter of days, K92 Mining is about to become one of the few gold producers with an “all-in” cost of less than $650 per ounce, and this is the time to research the company and take advantage of what could be the only new gold producer in the world in 2016.
The people involved with this company are top-notch, and with gold becoming the world’s preeminent “crisis hedge” and the current $54 billion deficit in gold supply, this company could be the TSX’s biggest gainer.
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