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SPECIAL PODCAST: Blair Naughty, CEO of Great Thunder Gold

We've been doing quite a few of these "special podcasts" lately and it's usually because there's something unique or special that seems worthy of your attention. That's the case here today, too.

I'm not sure when it was that Eric Sprott first turned us on to Wallbridge. Maybe about a year ago? Since then, the company has done very well and their entire area in Quebec has gained notoriety. You've heard Eric refer to "Fenolon" and the "Tabasco Zone" on multiple occasions and these regions are all getting more interesting with each drilling result.

So when I heard about Great Thunder Gold, I decided it was worth a look. Eric is the 2nd-largest shareholder, behind only the CEO Blair Naughty, and their properties bracket the Wallbridge and Balmoral properties. See below:

As you listen to this discussion with Blair, understand that this sort of thing is NOT for everyone as it is a VERY speculative idea and the company only has a $18MM market cap. I've not even decided yet if it's right for me and you MUST conduct all of your own due diligence before considering any investment. However, given the location and the fact that Eric has put some cash behind it, I figured it was worth a look.

More information about the company can be found at their website and the press release that Blair mentioned is linked below, too:

I hope you enjoy this podcast and I look forward to reading your feedback.


"DISCLOSURE: This video was produced on behalf of Great Thunder Gold Corp. and funded by Gold Standard Media LLC (a marketing company). https://www.goldstandardir.com/great-thunder-disclaimer-1/

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