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A Note from Daniel Ameduri, the editor of the Weekly Wealth Digest:
We are so certain that this extremely undervalued company is a strong buy here, we are staking our entire careers on this single stock pick.
I, Daniel Ameduri, fully expect this company to lead the rally for zinc stocks, to the point that if my recommendation to you here today at CAD$0.60 doesn’t at least double over the next year, I will officially close down my letter.
In fact, I see this stock as a coiled spring, and I believe that I may be proven right over the next 30 days, with 11 months to spare! There is surging demand and dwindling supply for zinc.
It is a rare situation to have a project this good in a very friendly mining jurisdiction. Zinc One’s Bongara project in Peru has zinc grades over 20%, which is almost unheard of.
Here is what I mean…
- Worldwide, there are approximately 978 zinc deposits with ore grades under 10% — 674 of them are actually under 6%!
- There are an additional 125 deposits with ore grades of 10 to 14%.
- Less than 100 are between 14 and 20%.
- Higher than 20% ore grades, we are now talking about a handful.
Grades in the 7 to 8% range can be mined from underground – Bongara is in the highest-percentile bracket and on the surface!
This is an exceptionally unique situation…
Other high-grade zinc assets are found in the middle of the Congo or in areas with zero infrastructure. Zinc One’s flagship asset is a past-producing operation, with an office and facility already in place! You’re looking at a 3-year plan by Jim Walchuck for phase 2 drilling, an economic assessment, and zinc production.
The deficit for zinc is only going to get worse. With mines coming off and demand growing around the world, Zinc One is positioned better than any company to profit from this trend. It’s headed up by Jim Walchuck, a legendary mine developer for Barrick Gold. I remember that when I learned of him launching this new company, I nearly fell off my chair. This is the right team, right asset, and perhaps the perfect time to take a large position in the company.
The insiders of the industry just CAD$10,000,000 into the company at CAD$0.60 price per share, and we can basically buy it for the same price right now!
FW: It will go a lot higher than you think
I just received this from a top mining entrepreneur, probably one of the most familiar names to everyone reading this newsletter, the one and only Mr. Keith Neumeyer, of First Majestic Silver and First Mining Finance, a man who has helped make many fortunes for thousands of investors.
Keith is a real legend, creating two separate billion-dollar mining companies, and he’s currently working on his 3rd. Here is the message he sent to me this morning after reading our Zinc One Resources profile above…
Subject: It will go a lot higher than you think
I saw your write-up on Zinc One last night. In my opinion, the stock is very cheap and will likely be much, much higher as news comes out over the coming months regarding the development of its Bongara Zinc asset in Peru.
As you know, I am already a sizable shareholder, and my partners and I just added millions of shares to our portfolio through open market purchases and a $10 million private placement that just closed. After having my personal geologist make a trip to the project, I wrote one of the largest checks into the company for the financing that helped them raise $10 million.
I think we’ve got a real winner here, and the market doesn’t realize what Zinc One has acquired yet. I spoke to the CEO, who was a former Barrick Gold mine developer, and I believe in his commitment to bring this zinc project into production in a matter of a few short years – just in time for the zinc shortages to reach their heights.
Due to the advancements the recent financing will allow Zinc One to accomplish this year with the project, I believe there couldn’t be a better time to consider investing in Zinc One. You can share my thoughts with your best investors, but please don’t send to everyone.
CEO, First Majestic Silver
Chairman, First Mining Finance
I know Keith asked me not to send to everyone, but he’ll have to forgive me. Nothing is more important to me than you, the Future Money Trends reader, and I don’t want to exclude anyone from profit-making information that I am made aware of.
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