“I just bought a million shares like this.”
Marin Katusa, of Katusa Research
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This is as close to FREE money
as you will ever get!
Buy Recommendation for Gold Canyon Resources (GCU) and PC Gold (PKL)
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Both of these companies are being acquired at higher prices than they are trading for today, meaning in a matter of weeks, the shares you buy today will automatically be adjusted to the terms of the current deal announced!
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Dear Valued Reader,
I wish they were all like this. These are the two easiest stock suggestions I’ve ever given! Rarely do I call up my retired father to invest in a penny stock. In fact, it’s only happened one time, nearly 2 years ago when I helped him double his money in just a few weeks. Today, after this alert is sent out, I will be giving my own family a call.
On September 1st, Gold Canyon Resources (TSXV: GCU & US: GDCRF) and PC Gold (TSXV: PKL & US: PCGLF) announced that they were being acquired by First Mining Finance (TSXV: FF & US: FFMGF). Each of the companies’ board of directors have approved of the First mining acquisition with unanimous support and both companies Directors are locked-up to vote in favor of these transactions.
As per the agreement announced on September 1st, Gold Canyon Resources shareholders will receive one share of First Mining Finance for each of their GCU shares. In addition, they will also be receiving 0.03333 shares of a new spin-out company, New Gold Canyon, which will hold non-gold exploration assets that are currently held by the company.
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- Gold Canyon currently trades for Canadian (CAD) $0.28.
- First Mining trades for CAD $0.38.
[/su_list]This means if you buy shares of GCU, you’re essentially entitled to have them converted to FF shares after their shareholder vote in favor of the transaction on November 6th. As of this October alert, this implies a gain of 36%.
Once the transaction closes, it usually takes a few days, but the shares will convert automatically by your broker. You won’t have to do anything.
Your Downside Risk
The risk is the deal falls apart before being finalized, but I believe that risk is quite low. Gold Canyon and First Mining each agreed to pay a termination fee to the other of CAD $3.9 million. This is also a friendly acquisition, with support from the GCU board of directors.
Will the shares be exactly the same as they are today? No. We don’t know what First Mining will be trading for on the day the transaction closes. However, this company is now one of the fastest gold development companies in the world. It’s already a very liquid stock, with much higher volume than most of its peers. Names like Rick Rule, Doug Casey, Marin Katusa, and the Sprott Group are all large shareholders.
First Mining Finance is also founded by Keith Neumeyer, who has already built two billion-dollar mining companies, and has one of the best reputations in the business.
He has very publicly stated that he plans to make First Mining Finance his 3rd billion-dollar market cap company. In my opinion, this is a core reason why both GCU and PKL management agreed to be taken over by First Mining Finance, which has Keith Neumeyer as founder and Chairman.
So I think the real question is not the downside risk over the next 30 days, but the upside potential for the next month to 3 years!
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- First Mining Finance (FF) was recently financed by Rick Rule, Doug Casey, Marin Katusa, Haywood Securities, Keith Neumeyer, and the Sprott Group at CAD 40 cents.
- Keith Neumeyer himself has made over 30 separate insider buys, many of them in the mid to high CAD 30-cent range.
- Today, right now, you can essentially buy First Mining Finance by buying Gold Canyon Resources at CAD 28 cents!
[/su_list]On the U.S. side, GDCRF, the same opportunity exists. First Mining (FFMGF) trades for 29 cents, and GDCRF trades for 21 cents. Come November 6th, GDCRF should literally be in the process of converting all shares to FFMGF. This is the chance to lock in a solid gain for you and put your buy price in Keith’s potential 3rd billion-dollar company lower than where some of these legendary insiders I just mentioned financed the company.
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A 50% Gain on a Gold Platter
PC Gold (TSXV: PKL), trading for CAD $0.065, is receiving CAD $0.098 at current prices when they close the transaction. PKL shareholders are set to receive 0.2571 shares of FF for each share they own. Here is a 50% gain, and you now officially own one of the premier junior resource stocks in the industry, partnered with investment legends at a current bear market low.
The risks I mentioned above for Gold Canyon are the same for PC Gold: the transaction fails to close. However, in both cases, the board of directors have already come out publicly approving of the deal unanimously. We are also buying shares of companies that have two significant gold deposits.
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- GCU holds one of Canada’s largest undeveloped gold deposits, with 5.1 million ounces.
- PKL has one of the best-known past-producing gold mines in Canada, with 1.26 million ounces of gold.
- Both companies are being acquired during a brutal bear market in the resource sector.
[/su_list]FF is paying an implied price of $8 per ounce of gold for GCU’s gold deposit, and $6 an ounce for PKL’s.
First Mining Finance is definitely a company you want to research today and consider owning. The opportunity that exists right now is that if you want to own First Mining Finance, you can buy it at a significant discount through the share purchase of two companies they are acquiring: Gold Canyon Resources or PC Gold.
This kind of opportunity is due to the current bear market in resource stocks, where you have a major market inefficiency. Investors like Marin Katusa are buying discounted shares, knowing that in a few weeks’ time, their shares will automatically be converted to FF shares, which are trading much higher. And FF is a stock Marin wants to own.
It’s a real no-brainer for investors looking to add or take a position in FF, but at a significant discount.
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Action to Take
Buy shares of GCU and PKL, because come November, you’ll end up owning shares of FF, which are trading 36 to 50% higher. If this seems like a great opportunity for you, please research this trade immediately, because I doubt this window of opportunity will last more than a week or two as we head to the close of this deal.
P.S. Please take the time to learn more about First Mining Finance by clicking here.
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