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SPECIAL PODCAST: Joe Carrabba of Winston Gold

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As we await the FOMC Fedlines at 2:00 pm ET today, here's a little something to help you kill the time. I just learned of Winston Gold a few days ago but I was thrilled to have the opportunity to meet with Joe Carrabba, their Executive Chairman and I think you're going to find this quite interesting.

Over the course of this call, Joe and I hit several key points:

  1. I'd be crazy to not ask him about the current markets for gold and the mining shares...so that's where we begin.
  2. Where Winston Gold is located, the history of the jurisdiction and the team they've assembled.
  3. Their plan to begin production as soon as next month with an initial first year goal of 30,000 ounces. That may not sound like much but when you consider that the company only carries a $35MM market cap....

Of course, I strongly urge you to conduct all of your own due diligence before ever making any sort of investment decision. You can begin by learning more about the company through their website:

Thanks again to Joe for sharing his valuable time with me yesterday. Please give this podcast a thorough listen.

TF

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silverseekerBlankone
Sep 17, 2020 - 1:39pm

In @ .133

Not a bad speculation at this price...

If the drilling can be funded via the production cash flows out of the brown fields stopes, you have effectively bought a self-funding lottery ticket.

ratioarbitrageAgstAger
Sep 16, 2020 - 5:34pm

Lack of volatility

Two thoughts:

Firstly, a bullish reaction in the metals was so predictable and (presumably) so untimely or intolerable that it had to be stopped. The upside volatility spike of 50c or so in SI was just arrested below recent highs.

Conversely, a bearish reaction was not going to be the market's response, and attempts to push the metals down recently have been both vicious and unsuccessful (and barely concealed), so anyone with stops within 50c had probably removed them or closed their position already. If you keep biting the postman, he stops coming up the path...

Price is already wedged into a corner between a trend / supply and demand dynamic saying absolutely must go up now, and banks saying No.

Result: lower than average vol.

Question: knowing how price behaves around the Fed, will we now see a disappointed exodus (msm narrative) or a relieved return / releveraging (rational reaction by previously burned traders who can see the market)?

Mine is the one on the right.

Sep 16, 2020 - 5:28pm

Slow day at work

Trying to keep some perspective while at the office. Stopped by the LCS today and picked up this beauty for $30 per oz. Owner says metal easier to source lately, but many people bringing in an selling him collectible coins. His displays were full of coins, with boxes of unsorted coins on the floor of his shop, waiting to be put on shelves that he didn't have. I suspect his safe was full.

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Doc1800
Sep 16, 2020 - 5:08pm

Rumblings of a stimulus deal

Now the Dem's pressuring Pelosi to cut a deal. Have to turn on the spigot to get the water moving.

AGXIIKsilverseeker
Sep 16, 2020 - 4:54pm

Powell's Fed is like the leg hounds

They're going to do their business.

Best let them finish.

Wipe your leg then go 'bout your thing

It don't be no never you mind.

It's just the Fed

Move on.

AGXIIKAGAU
Sep 16, 2020 - 4:50pm

city workers collecting blood rndomly throughout the city

Home owners shedding city workers blood non-rndomly

Hmmmm. seems like this pln won't well

Juniormint99TF
Sep 16, 2020 - 4:44pm

CGP

CGP says he is going to create as much money as he can out of thin air and the value of said money goes up???? We really should be looking for unicorns and flying 🐖 pigs

robobrewerRickshawETF
Sep 16, 2020 - 4:42pm

RE: I do love it!

$27 defended TWICE!

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Juniormint99AGAU
Sep 16, 2020 - 4:41pm

Really?!?!

I didn't think that would be allowed in Texas. Most people I have met from Texas are fiercely independent and would not tolerate that kind of abuse.

mistymorningWizdum
Sep 16, 2020 - 4:41pm

KRAKEN

Thanks-Have an acc with them.

If this goes through it could be Big.

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