Core Assets Sitting at the Sweet Spot with Massive CRD in BC
We appear to be in the midst of a runaway bull market phase for gold and silver. Part is because the financial system is coming unglued with investors looking for a safe haven with no counter party risk. It’s obvious in the price of gold and silver but investors are missing that it is even stronger in resource stocks.
I looked around for what I think to be one of the lowest priced and highest value stocks to write about and came up with Core Assets (CC-C ). I first wrote about the company about a year ago. The story is a lot better today and the price is down 75% for no reason other than people don’t get it yet. They will soon.
Investors need to understand that projects in the Golden Triangle of Northern BC and the Yukon suffer yearly due to two factors. The working season only runs from May to about November and assay labs have yet to catch up from the Covid hoax stupidity. So it’s common for results to not be released until almost the next working season.
This deposit is a CRD for Carbonate Replacement Deposit made up of silver, some copper, lead and zinc with traces of gold. Since there are so many elements that people really don’t track the price of, investors at times may miss out on the real opportunity. All you really need to know is that they are giant and often worth billions to the majors.
Assay results from drilling released two weeks ago showed 5.64 meters of 254-g/t silver, 5.1% lead and 4.8% zinc with only traces of copper and gold. That’s $446 rock in USD.
Channel samples taken a remarkable 22 km along strike showed 1.43% copper with 92 g/t silver for fifteen meters. That is $200 rock in USD and still serious numbers.
Investors have pretty much ignored my constant calls for a collapse coming in the financial system for years but now it is becoming obvious. When the banks close and the world’s financial system grinds to a halt, you want to own something real, something tangible. Core Assets is absurdly cheap, cashed up and well run. It’s cheap now but now doesn’t last forever.
I have participated in several Core Assets private placements and bought shares in the open market. Core is an advertiser, therefore, I am biased. Do your own due diligence.
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