Keith Neumeyer Discusses Silver One Resources


A few days ago, we took the time to visit once again with Keith Neumeyer, president and CEO of First Majestic Silver. In addition to providing a full update on the state of the silver market, Keith shares some insight into a company in which he has an interest as a shareholder, Silver One Resources.

Over the course of this call, Keith discusses:

  • The latest developments in the silver market and his forecast into the remainder of 2017
  • How mining companies manage their costs and currency exposure in an attempt to widen margins
  • Why he thinks Silver One is such an intriguing investment opportunity

Silver One is listed in Canada with the symbol SVE and in the US under the symbol SLVRF.

Thanks for listening. Have a great weekend!



Aug 15, 2017 - 12:09am

@vonburpenstein Re $10K

Novo Resources is looking to me to be the best bet

Aug 14, 2017 - 4:26pm

Damn, some money getting made 'round here....

So what would be everyone's choice if the had an extra 10K today to invest?...miner and crypto wise.....a sure thing/and a potential 10 bagger plus ....

Aug 14, 2017 - 12:18pm

Upon further reflection...

I think an encore along these lines would be quite welcome... John 2:15

Aug 14, 2017 - 11:30am

Thanks AIJ

BITCF up 44% as of 8.22 AM PST. from August 11 close

I still don't understand what this thing is but it's faster than a NORK ICBM

NOVO up 20% as well.

My small trading portfolio is up 48% since Aug 1 and almost entirely on BITCF and NOVO. It might all crash into some really bad kimchi but it's doing excellently now

I may not buy any cryptos but I am inclined to take back some of the criticism of Clif High. Maybe even to the point of buying him a beer if he gets to Reno

Aug 14, 2017 - 11:24am

that's exactly why I

continue to support george webb, jason, trish, charles ortel, lee stranahan,

and many many courageous they are to speak out ....and lol with sarc..

how easy armchair msm viewers mock them...people that are afraid of new thoughts,

views, as well as prior history now being disclose and quite different than the gov myths..

Aug 14, 2017 - 10:39am


There are people in official local, state or federal government positions that could legally confront the corrupted individuals or organizations. Many are unqualufied and don't know their authority. Others are "chickenshits" as described in the Pulitzer Prize winning book "The Chickenshit Club" written by Jesse Eisinger, a senior reporter for ProPublica.

Dr. P. Metals
Aug 14, 2017 - 10:27am


there is no need.

If you enjoy your corruption, you can keep your corruption.

Aug 14, 2017 - 10:25am


"The above assumes there is someone honest somewhere."

Waiting for Dr P to chime in on that one... in 3, 2 ...

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Aug 14, 2017 - 10:24am


Who knew what when? The cynical part of me won't ignore the possibility that the whole "coup" was an elaborate plan by the globalist war-feeders to keep a live threat, have a handy little war to start if the heat got too high on their little petro-dollar scheme. Could be a stretch but not outside the real of possibility.

Aug 14, 2017 - 10:03am


Since they legally can insider trade, there is no criminal act. However, there is nothing preventing the Justice Department from investigating it as a criminal act and a nonconstitutional statute. Siince the Justice Department will not investigate these kinds of things, then it is incumbent that private individuals or corporations bring civil suites that challange the Constitutionality of the Congressional statute. Also, State AG could bring criminal cases under State fraud/theft statutes that again could challange the Constitutionality of the Federal provision.

The above assumes there is someone honest somewhere. The goal would be to place all Federal elected officials and/or Courts in compromising positions of publically supporting a criminal statute that was created by the government officials that benefit from it.

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