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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.

TF

"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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silverseeker
Nov 25, 2020 - 12:14pm

70% off sale

Just a bump for this project...

  • 49.2 million shares fully diluted @ 77 cents USD = $37 million market cap

A PAST PRODUCING GOLD MINE

  • Purchased as a ‘turnkey’ operation, the site features:
    • Year round road access
    • A functioning ADR effluent treatment plant
    • Power and permitted water on site
    • A 3,000 tonne a day mill
    • A fully equipped camp, offices and warehouse
    • A ready to use lab for preparation

DRILL RESULTS; notice the depth of mineralization...

There has been some amazing price dips over the last month in some of these juniors.
I just added a bunch more of this equity, with a 3-5 year view. Super low share float, and they can drill at depth via cash flow from the mill...

silverseekerTF
Sep 21, 2020 - 9:46pm

Choquelimpie Mine Choquelimpie, Putre, Arica y Parinacota, Chile

Google Maps link

Thanks for presenting another 'off the radar' equity to consider. It is amazing how a mothballed pit at $400 gold turns into a 'high grade' prospect at $2000 gold.

Mrjinx007HistoryStudent
Sep 21, 2020 - 3:45pm

I listened to the same interview

And went on gainsville coins. As I was looking at the Kennedy 1/2 dollars, I thought the average person is going to look at this and think "this used to worth 50Cents". My conclusion was unless the person knows the price/value of silver, he is not going to understand why a 50 cents coin is selling for $5 anyway. And by the time he finds out why, he might be more interested in pure coin; although being able to pay for things $5 or $10 here and there is not a bad idea.

TheYeomanFarmer
Sep 21, 2020 - 3:43pm

Pre-65 silver

I think it's a great idea to stack silver (and gold) in a wide variety of formats. I'm kind of scratching my head, however, at this line:

“People are not going to know what a silver bar is . . . I would buy silver coins that are dates 1964 or earlier. . . . The average person can look at that and know what it is. I would recommend that more than silver bars. "

Silver bars and rounds usually have their weight and purity stamped on them. Pretty clear what it is. A pre-65 dime, by contrast? Most people probably see a worthless ten-cent piece.

Don't get me wrong: junk silver definitely has its place. I'm just wondering why he thinks this form of silver is more recognizable to the average person than a bullion bar or round would be.

HistoryStudent
Sep 21, 2020 - 2:45pm

Just a note from www.usawatchdog.com

Martin Armstrong also likes soft commodities, energy and gold and silver, especially silver. Armstrong says, “People are not going to know what a silver bar is . . . I would buy silver coins that are dates 1964 or earlier. . . . The average person can look at that and know what it is. I would recommend that more than silver bars. I would say silver would actually be better (than gold) because it’s a smaller denomination that can actually be used.”

Baskets get lots of different baskets (different forms of physical) in physical silver, gold, & platinum per my research. As good as a GUESS can possibly be...LOL BTW - that includes GREAT stocks in real good PM metals if that is your ambition also...

The US dollar is getting lots of trade right now. That is raising the trading value a tad and that MURDERS the gold price (for a short while).

Sep 21, 2020 - 2:30pm

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