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@hihosilverOctober 17th 10 thieves armed to the teeth with high-powered weapons and explosives raided the Yamana Gold (AUY) $YRI Jacobina mine in Brazil. They reduced the guards and in the process one of the guards was killed (unofficial reports say that he was accidentally shot by his own weapon as the robbers were taking it from him). The gang then proceeded to the gold vaults and rather than tackle the sophisticated security and code locking system installed, blew up the safes with explosives.
@ExcelsiorI put up a post on the KER regarding $RZZ and $GZZ and figured it was worth posting here in the ~ProspectGenerator room in case anyone was interested. #Royalties#Streaming
"Both Abitibi Royalties (RZZ) and Golden Valley Mines (GZZ) are benefiting for all the work $AEM Agnico Eagle and $AUY Yamana are doing to unlock the value in that deposit.
"As we’ve discussed here on the KER dozens of times now – Golden Valley Mines is the better way to play all of this, and it has really out-performed Abitibi Royalties over the last year, and will continue to do so if investors evaluate things correctly."
"Golden Valley Mines (GZZ) is the company that spun out Abitibi Royalties in the first place, to Rob McEwen’s protege — Ian Ball. So often when I discuss royalty companies or prospect generators with other investors , and we get on to Abitibi, very few realize that Golden Valley was the mother ship, and retains 49% of their company. Basically they own HALF.
Ian and the Abitibi team have done a good job of finding other opportunities (like their pickup of the Red Lake royalties from another company I’m following Frontline Gold $FGC and the McFaulds Lake Property with Zinc/Copper/Silver targets)."
GZZ owns 49.4% of Abitibi Royalties (RZZ-TSXV); RZZ owns royalties on parts of the Canadian MalarticMine
- $RZZ has 3% NSR in MalarticCHL Property, located contiguous and immediately East of the producing Canadian MalarticMine and main open pit; NSR royalties include the Odyssey North Zone, Jeffrey Zone and portions of BarnatEast Zone
- $RZZ also has 2% NSR on portions of the Gouldie Zone and Charlie Zone
- $AEM / $YRI recently indicated that the previously established $13.5 million budget for the 2016 exploration program on Odyssey has been increased again (originally set at $8 million)*
-A total of 113 holes (89,774 metres) has been completed by Agnico-Eagle and Yamana, with drilling expected to continue through year-end *
-An initial inferred mineral resource estimate for the Odyssey is expected early in 2017
* The fact that Golden Valley mines (GZZ) owns 5,605,246 shares of Abitibi Royalties (TSXV:RZZ) (49%) of all these activities makes it the way to get exposure to this.
IN ADDITION, to that (GZZ) has a number of other irons in the fire, that make them the superior play.
- $GZZ owns 4,148,374 shares of $SOI Sirios Resources Inc.
-2.5 –4% NSR on the Cheechoo Prospect
** Active Joint Ventures
—> (GZZ) currently owns 100% of Lac Barry Prospect (working it with BonTerra)
- $GZZ granted an option to BonTerra Resources Inc. $BTR to acquire an 85% interest in the Lac Berry Prospect (deal announced March 11, 2016)
-To earn 85%, BonTerra must complete the following:
-Issue to $GZZ a value of $200,000 of $BTR common shares (issued)
-Incur expenditures of $2 million over 3 year period
-Upon exercise, $GZZ will retain a 15% free carried interest (“FCI”) and a 3% NSR, with 1% of the NSR being subject to a buyback for $1 million
*** Share ownerships
-49.4% of $RZZ -60% of $KZZ (7,763,634 shares)
-4% of $SOI -22.4% of $VZZ.H (4,170,910 shares)
Golden Valley recently granted an option to Uranium Valley to acquire a 100% interest in 62 of its grassroots properties
-Uranium Valley must incur $4,000,000 of exploration expenditures on the properties before December 31, 2021 ($500,000 before December 31, 2018; $750,000 before December 31, 2019; $1,000,000 before December 31, 2020 and $1,750,000 to be incurred on or before December 31, 2021)
-Uranium Valley will issue 10,000,000 common shares to Golden Valley at $0.20 per share for ($2 million value)
-Uranium Valley has granted Golden Valley a 1% NSR on the 62 properties
Golden Valley Mines – Corporate Presentation
1 year #LineChart of $RZZ and $GZZ showing the outperformance of Golden Valley Mines
[and rightfully so, as it has so much more exposure to other projects like Bonterra, Sirios Resources, Nunavik Nickel Mines, and Uranium Valley Mines].