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Special Podcast: John Anderson, CEO of Triumph Gold Corp.

As you know, from time to time we like to get acquainted with industry experts and companies that deserve some extra attention. So here's another. Please have a listen to this conversation with John Anderson of Triumph Gold Corp.

Triumph looks interesting. It's based in the Yukon, it has identified about 5MM ounces in the ground and it has already attracted investment from majors such as Barrick and Newmont. Thus, when presented with the opportunity to visit with CEO John Anderson, I jumped at the chance.

The company trades in Toronto with the ticker symbol TIG.V and in the US with the symbol TIGCF. The company website is full of additional information, too: https://www.triumphgoldcorp.com

As always, please be sure to do all of your own due diligence...including an analysis of your personal risk profile...before deciding to make any investments of your cold, hard cash.

Thanks for listening,



Oct 7, 2019 - 10:43pm

This podcast

Was recorded last Wednesday. I had originally scheduled it for posting Friday afternoon but had to wait for some press releases from the company over the weekend.

Those press releases must have moved the stock today and they're likely the reason that Dan's company sent that email today, too.

Oct 7, 2019 - 7:59pm


I find in interesting that TFMetals gets this out same day - timely ...

This is It! The Possibility to Erase Every Financial Mistake You’ve Ever Made!

Dear Reader,

You can’t beat a good gold bull market… and the fundamentals for gold and gold shares are better than I’ve ever seen.

The next 18 months are what we call “career makers” in the industry.

***Arizona Star went from $0.64 to $18!

***International Minerals went from $0.30 to $6.50.

I’ve experienced this before, and it’s truly life-changing.

A few years ago, Newmont paid CAD$520 million for Kaminak Resources, a smaller asset with a shorter mine life than our new top gold stock suggestion, Triumph Gold.

Newmont-Goldcorp has already purchased 19% of Triumph Gold (US: TIGCF & CAD: TIG) for double the price that we can buy it for today!

***Zijin Mining, the largest Chinese mining company, also purchased 11% of the company.

Despite STUNNING drill results, the company has fallen 50% in the past 60 days!

This is crazy. I’m buying it this week for my family trust, along with best-selling author Daniel Ameduri, who told me that if he could only hold one speculative gold stock, this would be it!

Consider Shares of Triumph Gold Immediately!

This is a great long-term position idea for investors looking for gold exposure and a potential game-changer for your personal net worth.

Best Regards,

James Davis

P.S. I should note that when Goldcorp came in, they bought 19.9%. This is the legal limit before having to make a formal bid on the company. And according to Triumph Gold, they had planned to join them in purchasing additional shares prior to their merger with Newmont. However, Newmont had actually been to the property and was privy to inside information regarding drilling news that is still not public, which stopped them from buying more until that news is officially out.

Legal Notice:
This work is based on SEC filings, current events, interviews, corporate press releases and what we’ve learned as financial journalists. It may contain errors and you shouldn’t make any investment decision based solely on what you read here. It’s your money and your responsibility. We have been compensated by Triumph Gold three hundred thousand dollars for a digital marketing agreement. We currently own no shares. We will never sell any shares during any active email marketing campaigns. The information herein is not intended to be personal legal or investment advice and may not be appropriate or applicable for all readers. If personal advice is needed, the services of a qualified legal, investment or tax professional should be sought.

Loblolly Pine
Oct 7, 2019 - 6:29pm


Stock is up 35% today. Not a lot of news... none as far as I can see.

Oct 7, 2019 - 3:18pm


A good look at TIGCF...

Oct 7, 2019 - 2:06pm


An interview concerning one of my stocks. Been holding this one forever.

Oct 7, 2019 - 1:49pm

Sorry I looked

Just logged on and see a interview to look forward to, but then looked at the market (UGH!). No worries; it only matters how you end it and by the current trend, the end will may now be positive.

ADMIN: Maybe we can see a icon added that allows you to only see the charts when you're braced to do it, otherwise its hidden by a picture of cats and puppies playing in a stack of coins. [sarc ... sorta]

Oct 7, 2019 - 1:37pm

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