It's time for a GOLD Play!! Today we want to introduce you to a company that we have seen the activity pick up on it during the last two day's of trading while rising 10%!! Now it's time to Introduce you to our Featured Gold Profile:
Gold Standard Mining Corp. (GSTP) is the real deal and is already producing the mother lode in gold - the very metal that has been setting record highs last Month.
This junior gold producer has such a massive gold and precious metals reserves ($13.5 billion worth) that analysts and stock newsletters are calling it the #1 Junior Gold Investment of the Decade!
Although gold has hit well over $1420 an ounce in December, numerous well-respected gold bugs project it’s headed for $2,000 or even $5,000 an ounce and for good reason. Now is the time to begin researching GSTP.OB
Liberty Star Uranium & Metals (LBSR) - this miner of multiple precious metals recently shot from $0.02 to $0.20 - a 1,000% gain in just 8 weeks.
Underworld Resources (TSX-V: UW) - this junior gold saw its share price rocket 959% in just 15 months (12/08 to 3/10). It was then that the world’s 5th largest gold producer, Kinross Gold (NYSE: KGC), took over Underworld in a $140 million buyout. On news of the takeover, the share price gained 41%.
Kaminak Gold (TSX-V: KAM) is yet another junior with gold-lined pockets. As a result of its major discovery, shares of KAM shot from $0.11 to $2.43 - a gain of 2,200% in only 18 months.
Now Gold Standard Mining Corp. is set to be the next junior gold that could make staggering gains. I urge you: talk to your investment advisor today and begin to research an investment in GSTP, while the share price is still less than a buck.
Six million ounces of gold worth $9.3billion - that’s the score for Gold Standard Mining Corp. (GSTP). Because word of their production has not yet reached the street, you and I can get a piece of GSTP for less than $1 a share.
Once word that GSTP is producing gets out and begins to spread like wildfire around Wall Street and investment circles, the less than $1 share price could swell to $2, $4, maybe even $5 if the spot price of gold begins to rise again.
GSTP is mining gold in the Far East of Russia, which holds the second largest gold reserves in the world!
Deep in the Far East of Russia GSTP’s subsidiary, Roszoloto, is operating the alluvial mining operation on 12 claims licensed from the Russian government.
Elnichnoe Property: an area that covers 10 square kilometers, has both alluvial and hard rock deposits. Elnichnoe has 69 tons of B+C1 gold reserves, 6 tons of C2 gold reserves, and 480 tons of silver.
Snezhinka Property: which covers 20 square kilometers, has hard rock mineral deposits and consists of three mining claims. The hard rock mineral deposits at the Snezhinka property have 120 tons of gold reserves classified as C1 and P2 under the Russian reserve reporting system, 3 tons of platinum P2 and 195 tons of silver P2.
It is worth noting that the licenses for these mining claims do not expire until 2030 and 2019 respectively—and they are renewable should GSTP choose to renew them.
For the past two fiscal years the company has been producing around 10 kilos of gold a day—that’s 350 ounces or $330,000 worth based on last year's gold prices. What's more, that was only for 100 days of operation due to weather conditions.
Assuming operations are in full swing approximately 180 days out of the year, the company would be producing around $40 million a year in gold at current prices. That number could rocket if gold starts rising again.
Plans are for the company to exploit the full reserves by expanding operations to include building a plant to service the Snezhinka property.
Once completed, GSTP will have the capacity to produce seven tons of gold a year—a move that will increase company net income by $150 million. It will happen quickly.
A second plant will then be built at the Elnichnoe location which is projected to increase the company’s net income by $350 million annually.
Longer-term, GSTP’s business plan calls for a 3 year target of one million ounces a year in production. At today’s prices, GSTP could be producing over $100 million worth of gold in the next 36 months.
Gold, Gold and more Gold...
Production in the second richest gold country in the world is rising. Russian gold production rose 12.2 percent year-on-year, in the first 10 months of 2009. This was mainly due to the launch of large projects in its Far East reports the Russian Gold Industrialists' Union.
Gold output by Russia, the world’s fifth largest miner of the precious metal, totaled 171.2 tons January through October compared with 152.5 tons in the same period a year ago. Production is increasing and GSTP is in the heart of gold country in gold-rich Russia.
Yes, like most other foreign countries, Russia has had its share of obstacles for miners such as administrative barriers. To its credit, the Russian government is changing that.
Prime Minister Vladimir Putin recently called for a centralized system for natural resources management which would remove administrative barriers that inhibit geological exploration. New legislation would also streamline visa and work permits for foreign workers in the finance industry, removing yet another common obstacle to mining in Russia.
Easy gold strikes are long gone. New gold is often found in regions of the world where both terrain (and politics) make extracting the metal difficult. The old miners panning for gold have been replaced by huge open-pit or deep hole mines that are difficult to obtain permits for and can take as long as 10 years to begin producing gold.
Turmoil in world financial markets with a global currency crisis
Around the world, economies are in great upheaval. The US and world currencies are unstable. The US alone has a massive deficit—up over $13 trillion at last count and headed for $20 trillion by 2015 according to the Office of Budget and Management. Shaky bailouts, a stimulus plan with a mind-numbing price tag we can’t possibly afford, sky-high unemployment—it’s all fueling the price of gold.
The US and other countries are stocking up on gold
In 2009 the world investment in gold was nearly DOUBLE, around $60 billion worth, exceeding 1,900 tons. Just in the last quarter of 2009, the world central banks in emerging economies began buying up gold like there’s no tomorrow. India’s central bank took the world by surprise when it bought a stunning 200 metric tons of gold from the International Monetary Fund (IMF)—that was about HALF the amount slated for sale by the IMF. India loves its gold. Of course, China wasn’t about to be outdone so the Chinese announced in the coming decade they had plans to increase their gold reserves to about 10,000 tons. The largest holder of gold—the US—is holding on to our gold supply with an iron fist while Venezuela is restricting the amount of domestic gold sold to only 30
As Governments are returning to the gold standard of gold-backed currency, investors continue to lose faith in many nation's economies and want to return to the gold standard. This will put enormous pressure on gold as governments try to amass large quantities of gold to reassure other governments and large investors of their solvency.
Gold Standard Mining Corp. (GSTP.OB) has significant amounts of silver, copper, platinum and molybdenum to be mined. Total worth, including the gold, is more than $12 billion.
And the ability to invest in a junior gold that is already producing and has multi-billions of dollars with of gold and other precious metals already being mined - for less than $1 a share - is a rare opportunity.
Historically, as the dollar continues to be devalued and depressed, gold continues to be the preferred hedge by investors. It has been that way throughout history as investors find gold to be a safe haven. Gold is looking to once again begin to rise and as a result, could add value to any portfolio diversified in Gold Plays.
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