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The Mine Finder


Becaro
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9471 Reads | 6 Comments | 15 People call this a favourite

Bernie Roseke, P.Eng., PMP is an engineer with approximately 12 years of experience investing in junior mining stocks. The Junior Gold blog is dedicated to finding junior mining companies that hold the keys to the mines of tomorrow, while being sensitive to market ups and downs. We feature fundamental analysis of engineering reports such as Scoping Studies, Prefeasibility and Feasibility Studies and others. Also, we analyze drill results and put them under the microscope with regards to possible project feasibility.


  • Gold Exploration Explained


    346 Reads | 0 Comments | February 23, 2013

    Exploration is the life blood of the junior mining industry, and the reason why many investors invest.  I will divide it into the following steps: Pre-drilling Drilling Pre-drilling Before hiring a drilling contractor, determining the drill hole locations is a very sophisticated process.  If it’s a new property, all information sources are reviewed, especially government...


  • NI 43-101 Explained


    349 Reads | 0 Comments | February 4, 2013

    In 1995, Bre-X Minerals publicly announced that they had discovered a gold deposit containing about 200 million ounces, or about 8% of the world’s reserves.  The deposit was in Indonesia, and the ruling  dictator’s son decided that he should have a piece of the action.  He forced Bre-X into a joint venture with himself and the mining company Freeport-McMoran (owner...


  • Copper Fox Metals - Feasibility Study


    518 Reads | 2 Comments | January 21, 2013

    Just before christmas, Copper Fox Metals released their long awaited Feasibility Study for the Schaft Creek deposit. This “ground breaking” deposit puts the company on the forefront of defining viability in the so called “Golden Triangle” in northern Canada. No doubt many eyes are watching the next steps. The golden triangle is in the northwest corner of British...


  • Junior Gold Outlook 2013


    90 Reads | 0 Comments | January 10, 2013

    The year 2012 showed yet again how brutal the junior gold business can be, for company executives as well as investors. Lawrence Roulston recently compiled the stats showing the total amount of financings on the TSX Venture Exchange.  Granted not all companies on the exchange are junior mining related, but most are.  The important thing to note is that 2012 was lower than 2009, the...


  • Has the Source of the Klondike been found?


    2292 Reads | 0 Comments | December 17, 2012

    During the summer of 1896, prospectors George Carmack, Skookum Jim, and Dawson Charlie had moved further up the Klondike River in the Yukon, Canada, because their gold panning was turning up less and less gold.  Accounts vary as to the exact course of events, but we know that they travelled up the Rabbit Creek, now known as Bonanza Creek, and the gold pans began turning up zingers (1 cm +...


  • 10 Catalysts that Move Junior Gold Shares


    0 Reads | 0 Comments | November 21, 2012

    In junior gold, finding that stock that will hit the jackpot is notoriously difficult.  But most investors forget that even if you find it, you have to make sure it moves in the right time frame.  i.e.  when a stock moves is as important as if.  I can attest to making calls that worked out in the end but after some time I gave up on them and sold for a loss, or small profit...


  • 10 Catalysts that Move Junior Gold Shares


    68 Reads | 0 Comments | November 21, 2012

    In junior gold, finding that stock that will hit the jackpot is notoriously difficult.  But most investors forget that even if you find it, you have to make sure it moves in the right time frame.  i.e.  when a stock moves is as important as if.  I can attest to making calls that worked out in the end but after some time I gave up on them and sold for a loss, or small profit...


  • Gold Production is Almost Certain to Decline


    59 Reads | 0 Comments | November 20, 2012

    In the 1980′s, the new technology of heap leaching caused an explosion of new mines.  Today, those mines are closing at a rate that makes current gold production unsustainable unless the gold price increases.  Back then, most mines were underground mines with significantly higher grades than they are today.  When those started running out, the new heap leaching technology...