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One of Nexus Gold’s (NXS.V) properties is about to get 61,000 acres bigger – for a paltry $23 an acre. That’s like paying 5 cents for a 16 oz craft beer. It’s almost robbery.
In 1983, a newly-graduated metallurgical engineer named Frank Basa got a job working at the Castle Silver Mine in Ontario – then operated by Agnico Eagle (AEM.TSX). The mine was situated about 80 kilometers northwest of the historic Ontario Cobalt camp.
Discovering that your gold property is dotted with artisanal (Mom & Pop) mines is a mixed blessing. On the one hand, it suggests someone has been surreptitiously removing trout from your lake with a hand-line. On the other hand, it proves there are fish in your lake.
Global money printing and “quantitative easing” have damaged the integrity of paper currency while creating trillion dollar equity, bond and real estate bubbles. It doesn’t take a genius to sustain 2% GDP growth when you’re tossing duffel bags of cash from a fleet of helicopters. When these bubbles pop – there will be stampede to gold