An Update from Bryan Slusarchuk of K92 Mining


Back on Friday, I jumped at the opportunity to visit again with Bryan Slusarchuk, the president of K92 Mining. You may recall that when we last spoke with Bryan back in June, K92 was getting ready to bring their primary mine into production. With production now underway, I think you'll really enjoy this update.

What an exciting time for Bryan and his company. It was great to visit with him again and, not only did he answer my questions, he was also glad to address some of the questions raised in the comments section of the original interview. Among the topics covered in this podcast:

  • An update on K92's successes and a reminder of the outstanding team he has put together in order to move the company forward.
  • K92 bought their primary asset from Barrick. Why did Barrick shutter the project in 2008 and what makes K92 the right company to finally bring it into production?
  • What about the company's Measured and Indicated resources and how does the latest economic assessment factor into this calculation?
  • How might potential future share dilution impact current shareholders?
  • With production now underway, what are the expected mining volumes and all-in sustaining costs?

Bryan is also "one of us" so I think you'll also enjoy the conclusion of the call where he addresses the current global financial situation and the impact on the Bank-manipulated, paper derivative "gold price" going forward.

Thanks again to Bryan for his time and his eagerness to address some of the follow-up questions from our initial visit last summer. After listening to this call, be sure to do your own due diligence and then consider whether or not K92 deserves a spot within your diversified portfolio of mining shares.



Oct 16, 2016 - 9:16am



Oct 16, 2016 - 9:21am


Ok I take 3rd. Good morning Turdville. Jweb

Oct 16, 2016 - 9:22am
ChaCha Mars
Oct 16, 2016 - 9:42am


Another wonderful interview, Craig! Thank you!

Given where we feel we are -- at the end of the great Keynesian experiment -- even though in the past we invested in anything and everything, these days we're staying away from all paper including paper shares of even the most incredibly worthy miners. Given where globalism has taken us, we're also investing close-close-close to home where we can see a direct return to our immediate community.

Blessings, everybody!

[Edit: Just listened to new Greg Hunter interview with Rob Kirby who says in the coming meltdown "all paper will burn."]

Oct 16, 2016 - 9:50am

Well Seeing

I'm online I'll take a spot. Keep Stacking

Firth of forth nice wee stream.

J Siefert
Oct 16, 2016 - 9:52am

One of the most important reasons...

...for holding gold and silver ... privacy and freedom.
(Please also note this requires that when you purchase gold & silver you do so in a manner that is entirely private from the government.)

Assets Privacy and Liberty
Oct 16, 2016 - 11:15am

Lucky Seven On Sunday!


BTW, it's pretty depressing to think it's gonna come down to voter fraud and there will be very few who complain loud enough to draw the attention of the mollified masses to it. Most likely, those that do complain loudly will quickly become a name on the Clinton body count list.

Cherry thoughts this morning...

Oct 16, 2016 - 12:01pm

POG chart VS. Polls


I wonder if you lay a chart of POG vs when Bernie Sanders and Trump peaked in terms of the probability of them being elected (or highest poll #'s) peaked the results may be interesting.

Bernie Sanders was officially out of the race in mid-July.

Oct 16, 2016 - 12:44pm

War On The Way ????

US 'False Flag' Against Russia Puts Hillary In
Oct 16, 2016 - 1:01pm

Gotta Love This Woman

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