Precious Metal Investor Warning
Before You Buy Gold, Read This
"The insiders are coming together, and you’ve never seen such an aggressive company. First Mining Finance (TSXV: FF & US: FFMGF) has legendary resource investors piling into this new gold and silver stock, including billionaire Eric Sprott, one of the wealthiest men in all of Canada and legendary mining entrepreneur, Keith Neumeyer."
We are potentially witnessing the end of modern central banking, with negative interest rates, endless quantitative easing, and the outright rigging of global indexes, like the Dow Jones and S&P 500. Gold is seeing a real turnaround in 2016, with physical demand exploding from China, eastern central banks, and citizens from around the globe.
Gold Even Posted its biggest Quarterly Gain Since 1986!
The smart money and large institutional insiders are not buying gold coins and bullion, though. Sure, they have some physical metal, but they know where the real gains will come from.
Gold is up 12% this year in U.S. dollars…
But that’s not where Carl Icahn, Rick Rule, Eric Sprott, and Marin Katusa are putting their money… Looking at the mining shares vs. physical coins… all we see is gold dust!
- The Gold Miners Index has risen 57%
- Barrick Gold year-to-date is up 105%
- Newmont Mining has rallied 61%
- Gold coins and bullion 16%
So do not miss out on buying them at their lowest valuations in nearly 4 decades!
Once gold breaks $1,300, the junior mining shares could surge higher than many people could even imagine. We are coming off the heels of the worst bear market in the sector in decades, which will only make the bull market that much more spectacular, in my opinion.
The fundamentals for gold couldn’t be better, and now, the smartest people in the industry are entering into a very specific gold acquisition company.
In fact, many are even calling it a gold mineral bank.
It has taken out 5 other gold companies in less than a year!
First Mining Finance (TSXV: FF & US: FFMGF) is headed up by mining legend Keith Neumeyer, who already has built two billion-dollar companies in the space!
According to Mr. Neumeyer, First Mining Finance (FF) will be his 3rd billion-dollar company.
Within weeks of launching this new, tiny gold and silver stock, FF announced a hostile takeover. The other management team fought them off as best they could, but were no match for a determined Neumeyer, who is known as the most relentless precious metal mining CEO in the entire industry!
Eric Sprott, a billionaire gold investor, was one of the first to write a check to become a shareholder into the company.
FF is targeting ounces in the ground through acquisitions, with the best team in North America targeting resource-rich companies to take over! With distressed sellers and many management teams ready to throw in the towel, Keith Neumeyer is using FF to enrich his new company with millions of ounces of gold and silver.
Some of these projects had previously been valued at north of $250 million, but FF is picking them up for less than $10 million!
This is why founder Keith Neumeyer is buying up millions of shares on the open market! In fact, he’s buying shares at or near the same levels you can buy shares at today.
Keith Neumeyer – the last time people entrusted money with this mining entrepreneur, they could have turned $10,000 into $1.2 million!
Founder of First Quantum Minerals and First Majestic Silver, Mr. Neumeyer has stated that his new company, First Mining Finance, will be his 3rd billion-dollar company!
First Mining Finance is now one of the fastest growing gold developers in the world!
FF Deals Are Phenomenal
According to research done by Mickey Fulp, throughout the 1990s and 2000s, the average price per ounce in the ground gold companies paid was $48.
However, some companies, as recently as 5 years ago, paid north of $100 per ounce of gold resources. With blood in the streets, FF has been seizing the moment like no other!
- FF paid less than $9 per ounce of gold for the Hope Brook Gold project.
- They paid $8 per ounce of gold for the Springpole project (5 million ounces of gold resources), with a completed economic assessment study estimating the production of 217,000 ounces of gold and 1.2 million ounces of silver annually.
- They paid $6 per ounce of gold for the Pickle Crow project, adding another million ounces of high-grade gold.
When gold rises, I believe there will be an immediate reflection in price to companies that hold a significant amount of gold.
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Gold, silver, copper, led, and zinc.
They’re targeting all of these minerals, although they have mostly been very aggressive gold accumulators in the past year.
First Mining Finance is building up a Mineral Bank Portfolio of Assets
This really is just phase one of the company. Soon, according to Keith Neumeyer, we will see joint ventures, equity partners, royalties, streaming structures, and even spinouts. All properties contain known mineralization, so these are high-quality assets. FF is also actively pursuing new property acquisitions and company takeovers.
Just last week, I spoke to Keith on a call and I caught him in a private meeting discussing their next potential transaction! Sorry, I’m not privy to any details, but I do know Keith and his team are relentless and have no plans to take a break… In fact according to Neumeyer himself, FF’s objective for the next year is to more than double their ounces in the ground!
Look at the past year of press releases… honestly, I don’t think any of us have ever seen a small gold stock being so aggressive to deliver real value to shareholders.
As the gold market turns, I have no doubt that this will be one of the most talked about companies. Just like Keith did with his two previous companies, First Mining Finance is taking all the right steps to become a major player. Gold investors, in my opinion, will truly benefit from owning and holding high-quality gold companies in their portfolio in order to profit from a rising gold price.
A $2,500 gold price is in the cards over the next few years, in my opinion, which is a nice double – a 100% gain from today’s prices. It’s certainly nothing to complain about. But if you talk to billionaires like Eric Sprott, he will tell you, just like he’s personally told me, “if gold goes up 100%, we’re going to see the mining shares rise by 5 to 10x, and even higher.”
Owning mining shares can give you exposure to 1,000%-plus gains in the coming years. The safest and best returns may ultimately not come from gold, gold producers, or even the explorers, but the companies that are sitting on large high quality gold deposits.
The company currently still trades for under $1 and is a deep-value play, in my opinion, with significant growth potential. Now is the time to enter this sector according to top experts like Rick Rule, and I don’t think you’ll find a better early-stage company where you are investing along side with people like Rick Rule, Marin Katusa, Eric Sprott, and Keith Neumeyer.
Gold demand is surging, and supply is being disrupted due to the bear market.
Investors that will benefit the most from a rising gold price will be those who have the exposure to millions of ounces of gold through mining shares.
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FF has gobbled up nearly 10 million ounces of gold at these low valuations. Consider investing in FF today, and allow Keith Neumeyer and his team to acquire even more before gold makes new all-time record highs, according to top gold analysts like Jim Rickards, Bill Murphy, and Peter Schiff.
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