If your neighbors sell their house, the sale price will tell you a lot about the value of your home. In British Columbia’s Golden Triangle, companies with mines and well-defined resource development plans are getting taken out and the remaining players — and their investors — can see the favorable writing on the wall.
After Kenorland Minerals announced its latest batch of drill results, the Critical Investor took the opportunity to do an extensive interview with CEO Zach Flood to discuss results, programs, strategy, and projects for 2022.
The Critical Investor was asked again by Streetwise Reports to provide his top 7 picks for the new year — at a point where the COVID-19 pandemic is playing out the Omicron variant, inflation is reaching levels not seen in decades, the Fed surprising the markets with a more hawkish stance than anticipated, with metal prices at very high levels although gold and silver seem to be consolidating and setting up for a breakout.
Although Gerald Panneton was already guiding Gold Terra as an Executive Chairman, it seems likely after this restructuring he will have full control being a Chairman and CEO effective January 1st, 2022. As he was used to be thinking big at Detour, the Critical Investor expects more of the same here.
Near Quesnel, B.C., a small Canadian company is about to take placer gold mining public. It’s been a long road, but it looks like British Columbia’s Cariboo region could see another gold rush more than 160 years after the first.