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To: Pianoman1997 who wrote (77755)1/13/2022 3:58:13 PM
From: LoneClone
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Reading those particular tea leaves is pretty tough. We also need to remember that TUD and AMK have a history of litigation. AMK is clearly the least important of the three, and from my impression of both TUD and TUO is that neither are interested in being bought out in toto. As both managements like to explore so I expect them, along with AMK, to sell their interests in Treaty Creek in due course. As to whether SEA as a whole or in past, is included in any deal is beyond my pay grade.

As a holder of only TUO, I have to try to figure out if they are again going to ascend into the $4 range. Hmmmm...

LC

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To: LoneClone who wrote (77756)1/13/2022 4:04:10 PM
From: Pianoman1997
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Thanks.
I hold some AMK. I wanted to be exposed to it and had to pick one. My rationale was that TUD will need to carry on on most of the cost for a while so dilute themselves and TUO was also busy on other properties. My take was that AMK was the quietest of the 3 and may carry on without much dilution until they need to pay their share.

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To: LoneClone who wrote (77756)1/13/2022 5:39:07 PM
From: Clark Kent
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A tiny correction. It was AMK and TUO not TUD. It was fugly.

TUD and AMK have a history of litigation.


TUO has many more claims than both TUD and AMK.
TUO has several NSR agreements as well.

Media here: teuton.com

TUO is a new Stateside Report sponsor

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and you can listen to a 40 minute podcast published earlier on TUO and other junior miners:

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To: Clark Kent who wrote (77758)1/13/2022 9:50:51 PM
From: onepath
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Yes exactly….TUO is much more then just the Treaty Creek aspect. If/when the Treaty creek prop is consolidated the TUO spinoff will still be a going concern in the Golden Triangle. All my $ are in TUO.

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To: onepath who wrote (77759)1/14/2022 1:31:35 AM
From: Clark Kent
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This new report on TUO and the area's history is exciting.

highballerstocks.com

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To: Clark Kent who wrote (77760)1/14/2022 3:42:06 PM
From: LoneClone
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Thanks for that. It reminded of two aspects I had not necessarily forgotten, but certainly did not have at the front of mind -- TUO's low float and the potentially very lucrative NSRs. Now, how many years will it take for all this to shake out? I am undecided whether that will happen before or after some economic studies are complete.

LC

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From: LoneClone1/18/2022 4:10:25 PM
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Alexco aka AXU released an update on their Keno Hill Ag/Au/Pb/Zn mines and mill in the Yukon. We got a Resource Update on the Bermingham deposits, increasing both Indicated and Inferred resources by around 50% while maintaining or increasing grades. This set of deposits remains open in various direction and exploration continues even as production ramps up.

Speaking of production, Q4's overall numbers were down a bit from Q3 as mining changed over to long hole sroping. They did achieve above expected recoveries and were able to run the mill for extended periods above design capacity, so production is expected to recover, indeed increase, in Q1. As well, exploration drilling continues at various prospects across the property.

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Canada Silver Cobalt Works aka CCW brought us an update from their Temiskaming testing lab in Ontario, where they have begun pilot testing of a mill designed to extract metals, primarily silver, from the tailing at the nearby Castle and Beaver mines. The testing will use their proprietary 'reintegrated Re-2Ox process'. If it works, this could be a good source of funding to allow the start of mining at the high grade silver veins they are drilling up.

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Calibre Mining aka CXB just completed a buyout of Fiore Gold for its Nevada gold assets. Today we get drilling results from the development project at Gold Rock, located less than 20 km from their producing Pan mine. These results, left over from a previous drilling campaign, further expand mineralization outside the resource envelope used for the 2020 PEA. There are currently five drills operating at Pan and Gold Rock, and we can expect to see more based on this comment in the PR. "Calibre sees the opportunity to materially expand and accelerate the exploration and resource expansion programs in Nevada."

CXB's work in Nicaragua shows they are good at drilling up gold resources and moving them into production; what remains to be seen is whether they can master the notoriously hard to operate Pan mine.

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From: LoneClone1/19/2022 3:06:04 PM
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Goldquest aka GQC continues to trade as though something is about to happen with getting permits for their Romero project in the Dominican Republic, but so far there is only smoke, no fire.

The day after Alexco aka AXU announced a Resource Report on the Bermingham deposit at their Keno Hill Ag/Au/Pb/Zn property in the Yukon, they announced a bought deal worth $8M. The offering price is, as one expects for flow-through style offerings, above the current share price. It's a good sign that AXU is still up after the announcement, albeit helped by a good day for PM prices. I expect to also see the 15% over-allotment taken up. According to the PR, part of the proceeds will be used for exploration and some for the development of the mines and mill.

ca.finance.yahoo.com

Centamin aka CEE, whose primary asset is the Sukari gold mine in Egypt, has become a turnaround play since previous management mishandled Sukari's operations on multiple fronts. New management has taken steps to get things back on track, and we started to see the fruits of their efforts with the release of their quarterly and year end reports. A new mine plan has been instituted and as a result, compared to Q4 2020, tonnage milled was up 10% and grade up 29%, meaning gold production was up 58% to 107549 oz, with cash costs dropping 10%. Their cash stash is $257M with no debt.

CEE expects to increase production to 430k-460k oz Au in 2022. They also announced development and exploration programmes on their other assets in Egypt and in Cote d'Ivoire and Burkina Faso, and that they are in talks to sell the Batie West project in BF.

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B2Gold aka BTO also announced their quarterlies, and had a strong quarter, allowing them to meet 2021 guidance. with production of 1047414 oz Au. They also released 2022 guidance, with production expected to be around the same in 2022, though as with all miners these days there will be cost pressures.

The biggest problem with BTO these days remains country risk, Mali , home to the Fekola mine which provides over half of BTO's production, remains on Shaky ground, and they also have exposure to Nicaragua and Uzbekistan. Fortunately talk of acquiring assets in Zimbabwe seems to have receded.

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From: LoneClone1/20/2022 2:42:51 PM
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i-80 Gold aka IAU announced another step in their methodical processing of creating a Nevada gold producer. They have retained Hatch to do an engineering study, which will include a PFBS, of the restart of the Lone Tree autoclave. The autoclave is a key part of the plan because it is able to to process refractory sulphides. Lone Tree will also include a tailing facility and heap leach so it will be able to process all types of ore from their various properties. Also in this PR, IAU announces that they have started to assemble the personnel needed to run Lone Tree by hiring a number of industry veterans.

To cover the period before Lone Tree resumes operations, IAU has signed a processing agreement with Nevada Gold Mines to process their ore using its nearby facilities. Ore deliveries from Granite Creek will commence in H2.

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FWIW, in response to yesterday's PR from B2Gold aka BTO, BMO released a new analyst report. They saw the impact as mixed, like the production best but not the cost crop, keeping BTO at Outperform but lowering their target to $7.

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From: LoneClone1/21/2022 1:36:33 PM
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FWIW, in the wake of Nomad Royalties aka NSR closing their $40M bought deal yesterday, BMO issued a new analyst report that kept them at Outperform but dropped their target to $14. They cited that the money relieved any capital pressures and will improve trading liquidity, but also noted they still have no source of funds for any further deals.

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