A Follow-up Visit with Greg Crowe of Silver One

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Back in September, we introduced everyone to Greg Crowe, president and CEO of a new junior resource company called Silver One. As a holiday treat, here's an update on how things are progressing for the company.

Again, we offer these interviews not as an endorsement but as an introduction and, as most everyone knows, the key to success in mining company investing is diversification. To that end, though, you still need more winners than losers and that's where great management often carries the day.

So please listen to this update from Greg. Last summer, Silver One purchased three properties from First Mining Finance and the long-term potential for success is there. Additionally, Greg's 30-year career in the sector certainly provides some wisdom when evaluating what transpired in 2016 and how the precious metals might react in 2017.

More information on Silver One can be found in these three links:

Thanks for listening,

TF

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AIJcanary
Dec 27, 2016 - 10:58am

Canary

Only 15 million available right now.

How many shares of the S&P are available? Alot

How many "naked" shares? Infinite

How much derivative exposure for BTC? NONE

Apples to Oranges. It's better compare BTC to Gold and Silver. ( but without the derivative exposure )

canary
Dec 27, 2016 - 10:51am

@AIJ....Looking at the bitcoin balloon going up, up and up...

What happens to the balloon at high elevations?

Same for the S&P

AIJ
Dec 27, 2016 - 10:27am
canary
Dec 27, 2016 - 10:22am

The NY traders at work

Even the junior ones are well trained how to deal with gold....The S&P is the place to go.

Edit...DOW must be above 20,000 this year. Only four days left to do the magic....My wee doggies seem to know it by now.

AIJ
Dec 27, 2016 - 10:02am

Jim Sinclair / Santa / Not a BTC Fan...

"Posted December 22nd, 2016 at 1:07 PM (CST) by Jim Sinclair & filed under Jim's Mailbox.

Dear G,

Bitcoin is a virtual game that is being made look better than gold or silver, to sell the concept of a world wide virtual currency.

It should change its name to “Nintendo Virtual Foolishness,” as it’s purpose is to win the hearts and minds of a public.

After that to construct a “Dollar Index Bit Coin” backed by tickets to Mars from Space Inc. with a picture of Elon Musk.

There is no computer game that can not be hacked, and there never will be.

Regards,

Jim"

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He couldn't be more wrong. We have a virtual world currency, it's called the US Federal Reserve "virtual" note.

That's ok Jim, I used to feel the same way...until I studied what it was.....and put away my prejudice..

Revelation21.21
Dec 27, 2016 - 9:57am

True 2000 yrs ago, true today

Proverbs 28:28 (msg )

When corruption takes over

good people go underground,

but when the crooks are thrown out

it's safe to come out..

When can we come out????

Orange
Dec 27, 2016 - 9:29am

billhilly

Hilarious, but I can see why you needed to take it down.

billhilly
Dec 27, 2016 - 9:20am

trying again...

...for those who the picture didn't come through;

R.P. Jamess1lverbullet
Dec 27, 2016 - 9:12am

bitcoin

Hi Silverbullet,

you will say 'wow' at 10,000, 100,000, 1 million. We are still very early, but once we hit gold parity, mainstream will talk about it some more and it will keep going up ;-)

s1lverbullet
Dec 27, 2016 - 8:03am

Bitcoin

At 930, wow.

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