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By: Northern Vertex Mining Corp. - 22 April, 2019

Kenneth Berry, President and CEO, states: “We are pleased with the monthly incremental increases in gold and silver production that have been achieved at the Moss Mine. The production of 2,135 gold ounces set a new monthly record and we expect to realize new gold production highs as we continue to implement operational improvements.”

We are pleased to appoint Joel Murphy as the Company’s new General Manager at Moss. Mr. Murphy is a proven leader, who cultivates a collaborative team approach while implementing measurable goals. Joel brings years of experience in both operations and management from his previous tenure with Pegasus Gold. Full Story

By: Gold Resource Corp. - 17 April, 2019

Preliminary first quarter production from the Company’s Oaxaca Mining Unit totaled approximately 6,538 ounces of gold, 364,653 ounces of silver, 433 tonnes of copper, 2,153 tonnes of lead and 5,838 tonnes of zinc.

The Company maintains its 2019 Oaxaca Mining Unit Annual Outlook of 27,000 gold ounces and 1,700,000 silver ounces, plus or minus 10%. The Company expects its Nevada Mining Unit to produce its first gold from the Isabella Pearl mine in the second quarter of 2019. Full Story

By: Golden Arrow Resources Corporation - 11 April, 2019

Vancouver, BC / CNW Group - Cision / April 11, 2019 / Golden Arrow Resources Corporation (TSX-V: GRG, FSE: GAC, OTCQB: GARWF), (“Golden Arrow” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that the Company’s joint venture partner in Puna Operations Inc., (“Puna”) has reported the first quarter 2019 operational results for the joint venture’s Chinchillas silver-lead-zinc mine in Argentina.

“In the first quarter of the year material from the Chinchillas mine returned excellent grades of silver and achieved remarkable processing recoveries, and we now look forward to achieving steady-state production,” commented Joseph Grosso, Golden Arrow Chairman and CEO. Full Story

By: Adam Hamilton, CPA, Zeal Research - 5 April, 2019

The bottom line is gold stocks are still marching higher despite the pall of apathy hanging over them. This upleg that excited traders back in February remains intact, with this sector simply pulling back within its uptrend. That has rebalanced sentiment, bleeding away greed. This basing has left gold stocks ready to rally to new upleg highs again, fueled by better gold prices greatly improving gold-mining fundamentals.

Gold-mining earnings are set to surge quarter-on-quarter due to gold’s own upleg powering higher. It too is on the verge of accelerating again as buyers return. A weaker US dollar and rolling-over stock markets will motivate speculators and investors to buy gold again. And naturally the gold miners’ stocks will really leverage those gains like usual. Especially this time of year in the midst of their strong spring-rally season. Full Story

By: Adam Taggart - 4 April, 2019

It seems the precious metals industry does a bad job of educating the curious buyer, probably because each player has a bias towards their particular slice of the solution set.

I find myself guilty of assuming that everyone is as familiar as I with the full spectrum of gold-silver purchase options available. So to correct that, I've taken the time this week to detail those options out for the novice buyer.

So, if you've been thinking about converting some of your paper fiat money into precious metals but are unsure how to start, wonder no more.

Below is a primer of the main options available to you, and in which situations each makes sense to consider. Full Story

By: Adam Hamilton, Zeal Research - 29 March, 2019

The bottom line is the major silver miners are struggling. With silver falling to nearly a quarter-century low relative to gold in Q4, the miners’ results were naturally weak. Mining costs surged as production kept waning, reflecting the ongoing trend of major silver miners increasingly diversifying into gold. But silver-mining profits are still primed to explode higher as silver continues climbing in its young upleg with gold.

There aren’t enough major primary silver miners left to flesh out their own ETF, which is probably why SIL is dominated by gold miners. While it will rally with silver amplifying its gains, SIL’s upside potential is just dwarfed by the remaining purer silver stocks. Investors will be far-better rewarded buying them instead of settling for a watered-down silver-miners ETF. Their stocks will really surge as silver continues recovering. Full Story

By: Marin Katusa - 29 March, 2019

Speculation is a journey where the reward is money and the experience, but it’s not for everyone.

If your stress level becomes intolerable, you’re either over-invested or speculating just isn’t for you. That’s ok, you’ve found out more about your own personal tolerance. Full Story

By: Frank Holmes, US Funds - 27 March, 2019

But will yields turn negative? I can’t say for sure, of course. What I can say is that gold and gold mining stocks have historically been a good place to be positioned when economic fears pushed down bond yields.

This is why I always recommend a 10 percent weighting in gold, with 5 percent in physical gold and the other 5 percent in high-quality gold mining stocks and funds. I like to call this the 10 Percent Golden Rule, and in the past, it’s helped investors stanch some of the losses they’ve experienced during economic pullbacks and equity bear markets. Full Story

By: Gold Resource Corp. - 26 March, 2019

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado, March 26, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Gold Resource Corporation (NYSE American: GORO) (the “Company”) announced today its Nevada Mining Unit’s exploration plans include targeted expansion of the Isabella Pearl (IP) open pit deposit by testing the adjacent Civit Cat North. Additional nearby targets with open pit potential include “Scarlet”, where numerous high-grade surface samples are situated over historic drill intercepts including 70.1 meters of 1.02 grams per tonne (g/t) gold, and the “Civit Cat North West” target also along trend, where historic surface samples have reported grades as high as 9.70 g/t gold. Gold Resource Corporation is a gold and silver producer, developer and explorer with operations in Oaxaca, Mexico and Nevada, U.S.A. The Company has returned $111 million to its shareholders in monthly dividends since commercial production commenced July 1, 2010 and offers its shareholders the option to convert their cash dividends into physical gold and silver and take delivery. Full Story

By: Gold Resource Corp. - 25 March, 2019

“This first application and circulation of leach solution to the heap pad is an exciting milestone in the development of the Isabella Pearl Project, which is expected to more than double the Company’s global gold production in its first twelve months of operation,” Gold Resource Corporation CEO and President, Mr. Jason Reid, stated. “We obtained permit approvals in May of 2018 and broke ground one month later in June. In just nine months we have cleared and prepared the project site, installed infrastructure including water, power, office and lab, set up and commissioned the crushing facility, constructed and lined the heap leach and solution ponds, initiated mining and continue to place ore on the leach pad, initiated construction of the ADR process facility and most recently we installed the conveyor stackers on the heap leach pad for crushed ore placement. Our Nevada team has worked extremely hard to get the project to this point where we now have begun the exciting process of recovering gold from the ore. While we still expect to pour gold dore at site by June 2019 with the completion and commissioning of the ADR process plant, we are evaluating the opportunity to monetize loaded carbon prior to June by potentially selling gold on carbon, on a short-term basis, to a third-party carbon processor.” Full Story


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