Top Investors Buying 1 Tiny Gold Stock

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Top Investors
Buying 1 Tiny Gold Stock

Investor buying millions of shares of his new mineral bank,
with 32 insider buys since April.

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First Mining Finance (TSXV: FF & OTC: FFMGF)

In fact, in the last 6 months, Eric Sprott and Rick Rule of Sprott Asset Management, Doug Casey of Stansberry & Associates, and Marin Katusa of Katusa Research have all invested in shares of First Mining Finance (TSXV: FF & OTC: FFMGF).[/su_note][/vc_column_text][/vc_column_inner][vc_column_inner width=”1/6″]
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Prepare for Shock and Awe

[/su_note][/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Dear Profit-Seeking Investor,

I have the one deal you need to look at this year. In fact, if this is the first time you have read our work, please bookmark and save this page, because I believe this recommendation will serve as the ultimate benchmark for our relationship going forward. We’ve stacked the deck on this one, and I want to get you all the details, as the story of this company is developing quickly. In fact, it’s happening more rapidly than anyone could have imagined.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text]April 6th, 2015

The birth of Keith Neumeyer’s 3rd company, First Mining Finance (FF), with his first two reaching billion-dollar market caps and making early investors millions!
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  • The Sprott group, a private fund ran by Doug Casey, Marin Katusa, and Rick Rule, as well as Haywood Securities, were amongst the first investors to finance the company.

[/su_list]FF, much like Keith’s first two companies, First Quantum Minerals and First Majestic Silver, was a company started at the depths of a bear market.
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  • It started with 18 projects, all with established mineralization: gold, silver, lead, copper, and zinc in the Americas.
  • It’s a mineral bank for hard asset investors, where Keith and his team will accumulate high-quality resources at dirt cheap prices due to the 4-year commodity bear market.
  • FF plans to do joint venturing projects, spin outs, royalties, and sell some assets to majors for much higher prices.

[/su_list]They’ve fast tracked their fortune creating strategy….Here is what has happened since they began to trade on April 6th of this year.[/vc_column_text][vc_separator border_width=”3″][vc_column_text]goldApril 28th, 2015

First Mining delivers a hostile takeover bid to acquire Coastal Gold Corp (COD). With Coastal Gold management rejecting FF’s offer, Keith and his team went directly to COD shareholders, and 2 weeks later, officially announced a deal to acquire the company with shareholder support.

FF was set to have their first transaction, buying Coastal Gold Corp., a $47 million market cap company prior to the bear market, for just $11 million!

This was an extreme value deal. Installation costs of the power lines alone could easily be $40 million, not to mention the $1billion worth in gold resources.[/vc_column_text][vc_separator border_width=”3″][vc_column_text]May and June 2015

Insider buying begins to ramp up, with 10 separate insider buys from founder Keith Neumeyer.[/vc_column_text][vc_separator border_width=”3″][vc_column_text]July 8th, 2015

Coastal Gold transaction closes. With the addition of the Hope Brook gold project, FF adds nearly a million ounces of high-grade gold (844,000 indicated/110,000 inferred ounces) to its mineral bank strategy.
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  • FF paid less than $9 an ounce of gold for this project.

[/su_list][/vc_column_text][vc_separator border_width=”3″][vc_column_text]September 1st, 2015

Absolute shock and awe, an event that will likely attract major fund managers and reveal just how serious Keith Neumeyer is in building his 3rd billion-dollar company. With 19 projects owned that at the heights of the market would likely have been valued at $300 million, FF with its current market cap of less than $40 million threw out a haymaker of a press release.

FF announced the acquisition of two companies: Gold Canyon Resources (GCU) and PC Gold (PKL). Once closed, the transaction will add another 6.4 million ounces of gold to their portfolio.

[su_note note_color=”#fcfcfc” text_color=”#000″]The Springpole project currently owned by GCU already completed a Preliminary Economic Assessment study, with an estimate of producing 217,000 ounces of gold and 1.2 million ounces of silver annually. This is one of Canada’s largest gold undeveloped gold deposits!
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  • FF is paying about $8 per ounce of gold for this project!

[/su_list][/su_note][su_note note_color=”#fcfcfc” text_color=”#000″]The Pickle Crow gold project currently owned by PKL will add a million ounces of high-grade gold.
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  • FF is paying about $6 per ounce of gold for this project!

[/su_list][/su_note]My friends, these are dirt cheap prices! Historically, companies pay about $50 to $100 per ounce of gold in the ground when buying a deposit.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][ultimate_spacer height=”20″][vc_column_text]

10 Key Reasons Why I Am Recommending Shares of FF

  1. Billionaire Eric Sprott and legendary investor Rick Rule were among the first to write checks to this company.[su_spacer size=”10″]
  2. 19 Current projects with known mineralization and two more just announced![su_spacer size=”10″]
  3. Hard assets like gold, silver, zinc and copper are a steal at these levels.[su_spacer size=”10″]
  4. This is Keith Neumeyer’s baby. After taking two small stocks from under a buck to billion-dollar market capitalizations, this is his 3rd company. And in my opinion, it is set up to be his best. [su_spacer size=”10″]
  5. Shares are under a buck![su_spacer size=”10″]
  6. Company’s objective is to buy high-quality assets from known sellers who have become distressed in the current bear market.[su_spacer size=”10″]
  7. Currency wars… what better way to hedge against fiat currencies than to own shares in a full mineral bank.[su_spacer size=”10″]
  8. The board of directors and management are almost a carbon copy to Keith’s second company, First Majestic Silver.[su_spacer size=”10″]
  9. Getting in Keith’s last company early yielded a 28,000% return! Trading for FF just started – literally![su_spacer size=”10″]
  10. The business model has zero exploration and development risk. We simply have the best people in the industry, backed by the deepest pockets in the sector, using their experience and knowledge to acquire undervalued assets.[su_spacer size=”10″]

[su_note note_color=”#f4f5f5″ text_color=”#000″]Editor’s Note: If you are interested in hearing more from First Mining Finance, Keith Neumeyer has invited members a follow-up call, as well as priority alerts on any new acquisitions they make. [/su_note][/vc_column_text][ultimate_spacer height=”20″][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1442706494026{margin-bottom: 15px !important;}”]

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Keith Neumeyer tells me over the phone that he plans to buy millions of more shares. Keith, today, owns about 8% of the company. Looking at just the past 3 weeks:
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  • Keith has made 8 insider buys! Accumulating another 517,500 shares.

[/su_list]First Mining Finance is trading for about 33 cents Canadian (CAD) today, with a CAD$33 million market cap. According to Keith, he has openly stated that the objective for First Mining Finance is to create his 3rd billion dollar company. Which from today’s prices, would be a 2,930% return on investment, or in dollars, it’s like turning $1,000 into $30,000!

These large gains take time, but if you look at the people running FF and the projects it holds, you can see that this business is really is being built just as Keith has described it would be.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text][su_note note_color=”#fcfcfc” text_color=”#000″]

Bear Markets is where Keith Neumeyer Thrives!




Keith plans to make a 3rd fortune using this strategy at exactly the right time in my opinion. Management is aggressively looking to increase the project portfolio of First Mining Finance while the bear market in resource stocks persists. They are literally buying while there is blood in the streets and this elite group of resource investors is using FF as their attack vehicle.

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For Investors Who Need a Great Deal Right Now

Shortages in zinc, copper, gold, and silver are all being reported as nearly imminent!


In my opinion, the bear market won’t last much longer. In fact, according to Rick Rule of Sprott Asset Management, we could literally be witnessing the final weeks. Once this market turns, you want to own real assets, with high-quality people running them.

This is why researching First Mining Finance (TSXV: FF & US: FFMGF) is a must for any investor looking to position themselves in the metals sector right now! In just 6 months, First Mining has become one of the fastest growing gold-developing companies in the world, with its core projects in the safe mining jurisdictions of Canada, the U.S., and Mexico.


Can He Do It Again?


First Mining currently holds a portfolio of 19 mineral assets in Canada, United States, and Mexico. The Company will continue acquiring assets in geopolitically safe jurisdictions of the America’s and the objective is to eventually hold between 30-50 assets.

Keith Neumeyer made his early investors very wealthy, and I believe we have the same — if not a better — opportunity with Keith today in First Mining Finance. Blood is in the streets in the resource sector, and First Mining Finance is a strategic company positioned to profit from its inevitable turn around, in my opinion.

In the mid-‘90s and in the early 2000s, investors with Keith were in the same boat. They owned shares of First Quantum Minerals and First Majestic Silver, with market caps of less than $30 million, only to be rewarded with gains of 10-20-30 times their investment. Today, investors have a new opportunity with him, only this time, the bear market was worse than where the other two companies started from.

And the new company he has started is a no-holds-barred mineral bank that is looking for distressed sellers. With a resume that is 1-in-a-million, Keith has access and influence in this sector, and I think the commitment from people like those at Sprott Asset Management and the KCR Fund, which is owned by Marin Katusa, Rick Rule and Doug Casey, are a force you don’t want to reckon with. You want to just get out of their way and let them do what they need to do.

Precious metal and other mineral companies are bleeding cash, and First Mining Finance is looking to aggressively accumulate assets at bear market bottom prices. In my opinion, in the environment we are in, owning FF is the best way to attach yourself to winners – winners who are essentially millionaire creators.

These are Value Finders! believes FF shares should be considered immediately. However, we have no idea what your current personal financial balance sheet looks like, so we urge you to consult a professional prior to buying any shares. Research the stock for yourself, call the company, read their press releases, and take the time to listen and look over the resumes of some of the names mentioned in this letter.

Even though FF is adding value and I believe it will be enormously successful, it’s still a small micro-cap stock, so volatility is common. If you can’t stomach a 10 to 50% move in this stock in either direction, then this stock isn’t for you.

This is NOT a day trade – this is an investment into the building of a real company.

Please make sure you are subscribed to, as our coverage will include all updates for FF.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text][su_note note_color=”#fcfcfc” text_color=”#000″]

Fortune Favors the Bold!

[/su_note][/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Daniel Ameduri

Editor’s Note: In the past 36 hours, I’ve spoken to Keith Neumeyer, Chairman of FF, and Patrick Donnelly, who is the President. Both have made it clear to me that this first 6 months, though impressive, is just the beginning. They have identified dozens of distressed sellers with high-quality projects. Keith, who today owns 8% of the company, told me that he plans to buy millions of additional shares this fall.

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