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STOCK PICKS FOR 2018
Nopoo
post Posted: Aug 20 2018, 03:05 AM
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High Grade Gold Assay Results Reported by Guyana Goldstrike From Trench Sampling at Marudi
AUGUST 18, 2018



High Grade Gold Assay Results Reported by Guyana Goldstrike From Trench Sampling at Marudi post image
With ongoing fieldwork underway at the Marudi project in Guyana, the steady flow of news from Guyana Goldstrike Inc (TSXV: GYA – $0.30 & OTCBB: GYNAF – $0.22 & Fra: 1ZT – €0.19)continued this week. Another batch of assay results from the ongoing trenching work in the Toucan Ridge target area was presented. Once again, sampling has confirmed attractive gold values, with a highlight interval of 3 meters that averaged 5.4 g/t gold in trench TTR-18-08. This came within a larger overall sample width of more than 16 meters, with an average of 1.38 g/t gold across the entire section.



Several other samples from this same trench have been submitted for assay with results pending. It is of interest to note that the longest interval of gold mineralization encountered so far from the fieldwork program has come from this trench that also yielded a high grade section.



Ambitious Trenching Program Underway




The trenching program is set up to establish a two dimensional ‘footprint’ that outlines the surface expression of the target area. Trenches are excavated up to three meters below surface overburden in order to enable sampling of the soil and rock layer below that is more representative of the local geology. Each trench is oriented roughly perpendicular to the estimated lateral strike of the target zone, and parallel trenches are driven in intervals separated by 50 to 100 meters.


With a target strike length for the Toucan Ridge target area spanning roughly 1.75 kilometers, this suggests a large number of trenches will ultimately be completed to investigate the near surface resource potential. The scope of this fieldwork is even more impressive when one considers that some of the individual trenches extend more than 100 meters, and TTR-18-08 continued for a full 280 meters across the target zone. So far, a total of 704 meters of trenching have been completed, and 254 individual samples submitted for assay.


Information gathered from this ambitious program will help towards selecting drilling locations. The subsequent drill program can then provide information on the overall tonnage and grade of the deposit which may then be used to calculate an estimated gold resource and create a 3D model for the resource zone.


While drilling activity is what most investors consider of greatest importance, the continued successful trenching work is rapidly expanding the target area and the potential gold deposit that may eventually be defined at Toucan Ridge. This methodical and systematic approach to exploration has already contributed two new gold discoveries at the Marudi project, and these new target areas have evolved into significant gold zones where the Company may outline a compelling near surface, high grade gold deposit.



Commencement of Airborne Geophysical Survey Pending

A second news release this week confirmed that equipment is now being staged in Guyana to commence an aerial geophysical survey across the entire 13.5 square kilometer area of the Marudi Property. The rainy season in Guyana is winding down and technicians are hopeful that favorable weather will begin in September to enable the program to get underway.


Airborne sensors to record magnetic and radiometric data will be deployed from a helicopter at a stable speed and altitude to complete the survey in a grid across the property. Because the target quartzite-metachert host rock contains particles of magnetite this mineral will light up potential target areas through interpretation of magnetic imaging. Radiometric surveying will measure trace radioactive signatures of various rock units that define geologic structure and outline boundaries of different rock units.


Interpretation of survey data can help geologists identify where subsurface target zones may exist. Since the Company has already established a significant deposit at the Mazoa Hill zone, this will also provide a known constant in the survey data and hopefully pinpoint other sections elsewhere on the property with a similar geophysical signature. It is also noteworthy that the planned geophysical program will be the first comprehensive survey completed for the entire property area.

Combined with extensive historical soil sampling work across much of the property, and the current trenching program underway, the additional data generated by this aerial geophysical survey will improve the ability for exploration team to visualize the geology of the project and identify new target areas with greater efficiency.



Conclusion


The summer of 2018 has not been kind to mineral exploration companies as a group, and many are now trading down to new lows. Guyana Goldstrike has been a pleasant change from this bearish trend, and shares of the Company are performing well in the market because the Company is effectively executing its business plan and achieving results in the field.


With the equity investment of more than $3 million from the funds operated by Zijin Mining Group, Guyana Goldstrike secured the necessary money to confidently advance a multi phase exploration program at Marudi. Guyana Goldstrike has operated as a model of how to proceed with a focused strategy that has enabled the market performance to also rank among the leaders for this sector.


Steady news flow with positive results is another factor in the strong performance for the stock. With two more news items released this week, and the prospect of a steady flow of updates and assay results in the months ahead, this trend communicates to investors that the Company is following through with its exploration objectives.


While news flow is important, it is high grade assay results that catch the attention of the market. This week Guyana Goldstrike reported one of the highest grading sample results so far from the new zone, and the longest mineralized interval so far with the trenching program underway. Both of these items enhance the speculative potential going forward since the Toucan Ridge target area remains the focus with a huge amount of work scheduled to complete the program.

The update regarding the airborne geophysical program is also an indication of the well planned exploration strategy in Guyana. Preparing the first geophysical survey for the entire property area such that it can yield additional data early in the exploration process demonstrates that management is committed to achieving its objective to build significant gold resources at Marudi. The high resolution data from this survey will provide the geologists with another effective tool to do so.



Recommendation: BUY




About the Marudi Gold Project


The Company is developing the Marudi Gold Project located in Guyana, South America, the project is unique in that it has a 18-year mining license in good standing, all-season road access, infrastructure in place, with an established mining camp serviced by employees, service buildings, and a full-time mining manager. The Property has three known gold bearing areas, specifically the alluvial areas, the saprolite, and the underlying hard-rock.



There has been 42,000 metres of historic diamond drilling (141 holes) completed on the Project by prior operators. The Company has completed a mineral resource estimate on the Mazoa Hill zone containing 259,100 indicated gold ounces within 4,428,000 tonnes grading 1.8 grams/tonne (g/t) and 86,200 inferred gold ounces within 1,653,000 tonnes grading 1.60 grams/tonne (g/t).


52 week hi-lo $0.14 - $0.385



Shares Issued 52.4 M


Ownership



Insiders + 30.0 M



Zijin Resource Funds 12.8 M




Guyana Goldstrike Inc.





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blacksheep
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BlackRock World Mining Trust Plc – Half-year Report 30 June 2018 - whilst not stock picks as such, report takes a look at what they are invested in currently - a number of ASX listed stocks are named - as well as providing some outlooks.
https://www.oilandgas360.com/blackrock-worl...-year-report-2/

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The rise of the electrified vehicle (EV) has continued this year, led by huge growth in sales of electric vehicles in China. Sales have been incentivised by significant subsidies as they target 5 million EVs and Hybrids on the road by 2020. We have continued to see the costs of batteries decline, key to reducing the upfront purchase costs of an electric vehicle and bringing us closer to the tipping point for significant adoption. The raw materials that go into the battery - cobalt, lithium and nickel - have seen strong demand and prices over the last two years, as the market expectations for EV demand continue to increase.

The industry has responded to higher prices for cobalt, with the development of new technologies that reduce cobalt use. This has impacted sentiment and during the first half of the year the cobalt price peaked at ~US$95,000/t, finished the half at US$77,500/t and has continued to weaken after the period end. This hurt the Company’s investments in Katanga and Cobalt 27. Cobalt 27 is a holding company with a physical position in cobalt and streaming assets, including an agreement over cobalt from Vale’s Voisey’s Bay expansion.

There have also been concerns raised about the amount of new lithium production expected to enter the market in coming years and the resulting impact on lithium prices. This damaged sentiment towards lithium companies in the period, including our holding in Albemarle, an established lithium carbonate producer, with arguably the two lowest cost production assets in the world, the Talison mine in Western Australia and the Salar de Atacama in Chile. Whilst there are numerous expansion announcements and new projects planned, some of which we have exposure to via our holdings in Nemaska and Galaxy, we note the broader industry has seen delays in historic projects due to the complexities of lithium mining.


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We continue to look for other opportunities to play this theme which we believe is likely to persist for many years. China’s efforts to improve environmental and safety standards is seeing lower quality domestic production exit the market. This is important for commodities where China has a significant domestic production base such as in zinc, bauxite, mineral sands and thermal coal. The Company is well positioned to benefit from this via its various zinc holdings including Trevali and Titan, its development bauxite play Metro Mining, as well as its exposure to mineral sands producer Iluka and emerging zircon producer Sheffield Resources.


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Industrial Minerals
Iluka Resources Australia 18,457 2.0
Nemaska Lithium*+ Canada 10,827 1.2
Albemarle Global 10,717 1.2
Pilbara Minerals* Australia 8,481 0.9
Galaxy Resources Australia 4,051 0.5
Umicore Global 3,886 0.4
Sheffield Resources Australia 2,602 0.3
Cobalt 27 Capital# Global 1,960 0.2
Syrah Resources Mozambique 1,580 0.2
Neo Lithium Argentina 1,440 0.2
Bacanora Lithium Mexico 1,263 0.1
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65,264 7.2


/www.oilandgas360.com/blackrock-world-mining-trust-plc-half-year-report-2/



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blacksheep
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In Reply To: gumboots's post @ Jun 19 2018, 03:25 PM

Two can play that game boots ph34r.gif
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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Jun 19 2018, 02:27 PM

ive sniffed out a little... i dont kiss and tell....LOL

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i must say, u are loosing ur touch lmaosmiley.gif


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Not much around at the moment, boots, only a few "small" bits of info that have mostly been covered. Waiting for that "slam dunk" piece

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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Jun 19 2018, 12:38 PM

have u managed to sniff anything out??

i must say, u are loosing ur touch lmaosmiley.gif

 


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When they do this ->>>> SHOW ME THE MONEY!!!!
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i hope MNS is top of your pick.. biggrin.gif


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blacksheep
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Not exactly stocks picks for 2018 - rather mega trends shaping 2018 and beyond.
EY's - Megatrends 2018 report
https://eyq.ey.com/eyq/megatrends





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Not exactly stocks picks for 2018 - more longer term - but putting them here anyway
Two beneficiaries of the $24bn infrastructure pipeline
Marcus Bogdan
Blackmore Capital
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Public infrastructure spending in Australia has a positive outlook for the medium-long term, with government announcements and global trends indicating that large public infrastructure companies will have a multitude of projects in the pipeline. Two of these beneficiaries are ASX-listed companies Boral (BLD) and Adelaide Brighton Cement (ABC).

In the most recent budget, the government announced a $24bn infrastructure pipeline over the next 10 years. This predominately consists of upgrades to transport on major regional roads and highways.

https://www.livewiremarkets.com/wires/key-b...ucture-pipeline
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