Getting To Know Bryan Slusarchuk of K92 Mining
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Today, we continue our 2016 project of shining some light upon some names in the mining sector with which you may not be familiar. Listen to this podcast and get to know Bryan Slusarchuk of K92 Mining. I think you'll find that K92 is a fascinating and compelling story.
I want to thank Dan Ameduri for bringing this to my attention. It was a pleasure to speak with Bryan and I will be buying my first 1,000 K92 shares on Monday, once everyone else at TFMR has had a chance to digest this information. Of course, that's not a recommendation or a suggestion for anyone else to buy. As always, I'm simply attempting to be completely up-front with what my positions are.
Over the course of this discussion, Bryan addresses:
- His background and the experience and expertise of others on the K92 team
- How K92 came about and the viability of its primary assets
- The intention of K92 to start actual gold production later this summer
- But also his personal feelings toward endless QE, NIRP and all the rest. Like Keith Neumeyer, here's an actual head of a mining company that "gets it". The guy fits right in with the rest of us in Turdville.
So, over the weekend, please carve out some time to give this a listen. I think you'll find the story to be quite interesting and I'm grateful to Bryan for taking the time to tell it.
Experienced in structuring, financing, and managing international mining ventures, Bryan Slusarchuk was a founder and partner at a Vancouver-based financial company with a focus on North America and Europe. The group's principals have raised hundreds of millions of dollars of pure venture capital for projects in the United States, Europe, South America and Canada, ranging from real estate development to mining and technology.
Mr. Slusarchuk is currently the President of K92 Mining. The company trades in Canada under the symbol "KNT" and in the US under the symbol "KNTNF".
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