Seize The Moment!
Mining Shares are Dirt Cheap Today!
Callinex Mines (TSXV: CNX & US: CLLXF),
Chaired by 2011 Canadian Mining Hall of Fame Inductee Mike Muzylowski,
is Located in the Middle of High-Yield Copper, Zinc, Gold, and Silver Mining Operations.
Doug Casey, founder of Casey Research, states that “The real money is to be made by investing ahead of the masses…our approach has been to look for solid speculations in sectors of little public interest because that allows us to buy cheap and, if we are right, sell high as the crowds rush in”
Due to an imperfect supply-demand balance for commodities, the resource sector is exceptionally cyclical and typically has large multi-year moves where valuations can swing dramatically. For instance, the S&P/TSX Metals and Mining Index rose by a staggering 831% from 2002 to 2007. After the 2008 correction, from 2009 to 2011, the same index rose another 708%.
With the average mining stock down more than 70%, now is the opportunity to buy these stocks for just pennies on the dollar. In fact, Morgan Stanley just stated that they expect “a sharp reversal” upwards for mining stocks over the next 18 months based on rising commodity prices and that valuations of these stocks are at “historically attractive levels”. The opportunity is to invest when valuations are low and these cyclical stocks are out of favor to “buy low”.
Two of the world’s most notable investors, Carl Icahn and Stanley Druckenmiller, just invested over one billion dollars into the resource sector. With ‘smart money’ already taking positions in the sector and with the “70% off sale” ending soon, now is the time to look at buying opportunities.
How to Stack the Deck in Small Resource Opportunities
Investors’ dream of owning small companies that makes new discoveries, the quintessential catalyst to provide huge profits. Did you know that, according to Casey Research, less than 5% of geologists ever make a discovery? Those 5% of geologists are the ones to watch as they are more likely to make a second and third discovery.
Legendary geologist Mike Muzylowsky has been inducted into the Canadian Mining Hall of Fame for just this – well, a couple of times over actually! Mike has been instrumental in the discovery and development of 16 mineral deposits and heads up a small exploration company called Callinex Mines. Callinex is publically traded in Canada under the symbol CNX and in the US under the symbol CNX.
“Follow The Money” – Carlo Civelli and Resource Capital Funds invest millions in Callinex
Mr. Muzlowsky’s track record and exploration plans have attracted ultra-wealthy resource investor Carlo Civelli as a large shareholder. Mr. Civelli recently sold his private company for over USD $900 million and has financed a dozen small companies that have gone on to achieve multi-billion dollar valuations.
Mr. Civelli subscribes to the 3P’s to resource investing- people, projects and price. When a company has all three of his “P’s” he considers it a strong buy. Mr. Civelli recently commented that “Callinex is onto something that could be very interesting. This is why I have put a lot of money into the Company and am willing to continue to fund it.”
Resource Capital Funds (RCF), a USD $2.5 billion private equity firm specializing in the resource sector, agreed with Mr. Civelli’s opinion and just acquired 18% of CNX at a price per share of CAD $0.30.
Given that CNX is just the second exploration company in RCF’s exploration portfolio, they are clearly betting ‘smart money’ on Callinex to make a big discovery and provide extraordinary returns on their investment.
Callinex is already up 50% this year, research now!
With only 47 million shares outstanding and a market capitalization of USD $12 million, CNX is the stock to research right now. Investors are starting to take notice and have driven the shares up over 50% this year; however, the valuation still provides lots of opportunity for more growth. The recent bear market in resource stocks may be setting up a new bull market that could provide investors with huge gains.
In mining, the people who are running the companies are more important than anything else, and in CNX’s case, they have the projects, the capital, and the best possible management team. With investors like Carlo Civelli and Resource Capital Funds investing behind and mining legends like Mike Muzylowski, this may be one of the most exciting opportunities in the resource sector! I urge you to research this Callinex before drill results are announced, we are betting it will be an opportunity to accumulate real wealth.
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10 Key Reasons Why I Am Recommending Shares of CNX
- Mike Muzylowski has been involved in 16 discoveries that went on to be producing mines and 50 years of experience in the region.
- CNX projects are near HudBay and they are starving for more resources in the area. This puts CNX and its projects at the top of their buyout list.
- Pine Bay is an advanced project and further exploration and results will happen this year!
- Legendary Investor Carlo Civelli, who has been an early investor in 12 companies that went on to become billion dollar market caps, is both an investor and the Chairman of their advisory board.
- Shares are just 30 cents!
- A new CEO has just taken over. Max Porterfield has a reputation in Vancouver for getting things done!
- I think their Island Lake gold project is a potential lottery ticket!
- Resource stocks are the only bargain in the markets today.
- The world needs copper and zinc, and specifically from safe mining jurisdictions like Canada. Do you really trust supplies from Russia, Ukraine, and Africa?
- With global currency devaluation, I want to own hard assets like CNX who have real copper-zinc deposits to back up every single share!
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