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SPECIAL PODCAST: Marc Levy of Norsemont Mining

Earlier today, I had the opportunity to make an acquaintance of Marc Levy, the CEO of Norsemont Mining. Marc has had a very successful career developing companies and greatly increasing shareholder value so it certainly caught me eye when he recently turned his attention back to the mining sector.

Marc was the CEO of the original iteration of Norsemont...a company he grew from a $1MM market cap in 2004 to a sale to Hudbay Minerals for $520MM in 2011. You can read all about his string of successes here: https://norsemontmining.com/our-team/ You'll also find additional information on his entire team at that page so you should be sure to check it out.

The new Norsemont is quite a fascinating story and you can read about it here: https://norsemontmining.com/gold-project/

Essentially, it's a proven resource with existing infrastructure in a friendly jurisdiction all within a company with experienced and successful management. Now you know why my interest was piqued! For additional info, you can search the company under its stock symbol..."NOM" in Canada and "NRRSF" in the U.S. Also, a site called The Investing Whisperer published this back in July: https://investingwhisperer.com/norsemont-mining-heads-i-win-tails-i-win-...

So please take some time to listen to this podcast today. With the metals getting hammered, what else is there to do anyway? And remember, we are playing the long game here and keeping our eyes on The Big Picture. With that in mind, there remains the potential for great growth in the months and years ahead...and companies like Norsemont certainly seem poised to benefit.


"DISCLOSURE: This video was produced on behalf of Norsemont Mining Corp. and funded by Gold Standard Media LLC (a marketing company).

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