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   Gold/Mining/EnergyInventus Mining Corp - IVS

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From: JW@KSC4/24/2016 8:45:00 PM
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Rhino - Great! I'm glad someone figured out Interrelationship Part 3 ! Of which I had not put final touches on the post , I was just gathering more Info before posting. What I had done thus far:
Way to go Rhino!

OK the first company Interrelationship is with a Canadian Company called Canadian Continental.
This company was drilling the Temagami Magnetic Anomaly, in an attempt to reach the source.

Ginguro gets first shares of Canadian Continental
Ginguro Exploration Enters Binding Letter Agreement in Which Canadian Continental Can Earn a 70% Interest in El Alto Property.
Ft Lauderdale, Florida 12/02/2009

October 17, 2011 10:30 ET

Ginguro Closes Both Equity Financing and Property Sales
Monday, December 24, 2012 7:21

Ginguro Provides Update on El Alto Drilling in Chile
Feb 12, 2014

Press Release | Tue Aug 26, 2014 1:20pm EDT
Ginguro Acquires Additional 3,400,000 Shares of Canadian Continental as Drilling Starts at Temagami

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To: JW@KSC who wrote (62)4/24/2016 9:19:48 PM
From: StemuliteWorks
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You ever watch "Gold Rush" or "Bering Sea Gold" on TV?

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To: JW@KSC who wrote (63)4/24/2016 9:48:03 PM
From: StemuliteWorks
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Also, any other idea why we have heard nothing with regard to Canadian Continental recently? I still have not received my proxy instructions. Usually these instructions are very thorough and cover all aspects of the company, almost like a 10K. Was or any mention in there about Canadian Continental? Should at least show in assets....

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From: StemuliteWorks4/24/2016 9:57:57 PM
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The reason I bring up these two realty tv shows is simple.....They produce gold! And they produce gold very inexpensively. I am of the opinion that all small claims should have a couple minimum wage workers gleaning whatever they can so there is "something" hitting the bottom line.

In our case with Inventus however we have a huge advantage over most types of mining operations because of the nature of the deposit. I still hold the contention that there will be no samples, only will see.

PS: There will be revenue to report in the next full quarterly report.....

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From: mineguru4/25/2016 8:40:18 AM
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Some interesting findings and discussions on here.

Regarding endurance, as their JV partner I don't believe they can do a press releases about Inventus's corporate dealings only news that is JV related. We shouldn't hear anything from Endurance until we receive a press release saying something along the lines of "Exploration has begun on the Pardo JV" or "bulk sampling has begun on the Pardo JV."

Stem: if they post revenues on their year end financials with feasible gold grades from their bulk sample this thing is gonna fly. I to believe it would be a very low cost producer!

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To: mineguru who wrote (67)4/26/2016 1:15:49 AM
From: JW@KSC
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ENDGF - Nothing related to Inventus Business News. Good Point Mineguru ! Thanks.

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To: StemuliteWorks who wrote (66)4/26/2016 10:16:28 AM
From: JW@KSC
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Gold Rush and the Bering Sea Gold -

Yes I've watched Gold Rush and Bering Sea Gold, not every season or episode, not even close to that. The problem I see with your minimum wage worker thesis, is these are not public trades companies i.e Gold Rush and most don't own claims they work and pay the claims owner a percentage for working his claim.
I apologize for being so Blunt, but how to say it any other way ??

Apples and Oranges

Inventus has many claims and there are fees associated with the those claims to keep them in good standing, Inventus holds a 133 sq kilometers of claims. This not the stuff of small claims or in some cases leases.

Also a Publicly Traded company has a lot of liabilities they can face with the SEC. Therefore as a Publicly Traded company they just don't need the liability of minimum wage workers sitting around the Core Shack or Camp Fire listening to what's being said.

I'm quite sure extensive background checks are done on all employees. Just one instance of an employee opening his mouth to a Friend or even his wife (who has friends) in the way of insider information or opening his mouth during a quiet period, could cause serious damage and the possible demise of the company under the rules of the SEC.

I like the good ol' boy stories of guys trying to strike pay dirt with bubblegum, 100mph tape and Baling Wire as engineering tools for repairs.

But Gold Rush are not Publicly Traded Companies with responsibilities to Shareholders, the SEC, other Projects ongoing, CEO's, CFO's, Board of Directors or highly reputable people and other companies involved.

But let's say they did hire 2 minimum wagers. At 15 bucks a hour thats at least $61K a year plus Health Care.
So they would have to find about a 1000 oz a year, just to pay for their Salary and benefits.

The gold is minut particles within the Conclomerate. There is no way to get to it without being able to get bulk material that requires Permitting, once permitted for blasting (not just Drilling) they would have to do Blast to break apart the Conglomerate. Then you would have to have crushers and equipment to sort the gold out along with an equipment and maintenance budget. Are you going to trust two minimum wage workers to do the Blasting and Maintenance on the Equipment? Yep, just hire two minimum wagers and say Get-er Done.

Even the explanations above are simplified for posting purposes.

You almost, seem to say it with authority Stem, it won't be Bulk Sampling, but Mining Operations and Production with Revenue Next Quarter Full Report. "You will see"

Where and how do you see and know this ? The Program in Lativa is far to young to bring in any Revenue, so where is this source of Revenue Coming from? PARDO next Quarter? Really!

"Basically I believe they know this "bulk sample" really is not a sample at all. Rather, it is the commencement of the lowest cost per ounce mining operation in the world......"
"In our case with Inventus however we have a huge advantage over most types of mining operations because of the nature of the deposit. I still hold the contention that there will be no samples, only will see. "PS: There will be revenue to report in the next full quarterly report.....

McEwen would be the first one to tell you that Permitting, etc. for each Stage of Mining is sloooow and bogged down with way to much Red Tape and needs to be streamlined, nothing happens overnight or in a Quarter or two.

But who knows, I hope


I, for sure don't know.

But we sure could use some upward Share Price Stimulation !

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To: JW@KSC who wrote (69)4/26/2016 11:19:57 AM
From: StemuliteWorks
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Are we not we paying the fees? Spare me with the liabilities....Excuse me for being blunt but I prefer "Can Do" attitudes.

My idea has nothing to do with whether a company is publicly traded or not.

Don't care if Gold Rush and Bering Sea are not publicly traded...Bottom line Jdub, they produce gold. I have news for all, if we were producing as much gold as either one of those shows and reporting the revenues on our publicly traded company quarterly reports, well, in the words of another fine poster on this board "This Thing is Gunna Fly" mineguru....

I am still taking wagers that the stock will not get takers yet. I do however have a juicy reason occur to me why it "may" happen though.

"it won't be Bulk Sampling, but Mining Operations and Production with Revenue Next Quarter Full Report. "You will see" - This of course is my entitled opinion and it will be at Pardo, where else? Nothing close to happening in Latvia but I am happy you mention that asset....This shall all come to pass, you shall see.

Can do!

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From: StemuliteWorks4/26/2016 4:03:36 PM
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Subject: Gold and Silver Update
Date: April 26, 2016 at 11:49 AM
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April 26, 2016
Gold and Silver Update
By Sprott US Media
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Gold continues to consolidate. Two months of sideways price action is proving the yellow metal’s early-year
gains were justified while setting the foundation for another move up.
That move will require some kind of impetus and there are many options to provide the push: more
stimulus announcements in Europe or Japan, weak Q1 earnings, increasing inflation expectations, rising
general economic uncertainty, US dollar weakness, and interest rate roulette, to name a few.
We don’t know if these things will transpire, let alone when. The US dollar is certainly declining, if in fits and
That helps gold, from both the fundamental angle that gold is priced in greenbacks and the investment
rationale that a declining greenback encourages savers to find another safe haven hideout for their
But a declining dollar is only one cog in a machine driving investor interest towards gold. Another is the fact
that super low interest rates have removed investors’ go-to tool for hedging their stock portfolios: bonds.
No matter what you think the odds are of a recession in the near to medium term, the fact is we are in
uncharted waters. Very low or zero to even negative interest rates had their intended effect, which was to
uncharted waters. Very low or zero to even negative interest rates had their intended effect, which was to
force savers and investors into riskier assets like bonds and equities. That created a seven-year bull
market in equities and bonds – but one not representative of the actual economy, which remained
That is what already happened. Of interest now is what will happen next.
Bonds have long been the go-to hedge against equities. Bonds are supposed to rise in price when
recessionary periods push equities down, because recessions prompt central banks to lower interest rates
and that lifts bond prices.
But how’s that supposed to work when interest rates are already rock bottom?
Bonds will not hedge stocks if we enter a recession because central banks can’t do anything to
support bonds. That means investors will look elsewhere for a hedge. Gold will be a natural
As John Hathaway of Tocqueville Asset Management calculated, if investors were to increase their gold
allocation from 0.55% (the current level) to 1.55%, that would represent 56,075 tonnes of demand. That is
far more gold than is currently available in London. In fact, a 0.1% increase swamps the supply of physical
That is the kind of logic that backs the idea that gold has a good run ahead.
Gold moving sideways and consolidating supports the view that gold’s run has truly begun.
The way
equities are acting adds weight.
Gold stocks outperform gold at the start of a bull cycle. Take a look back to the last cycle: gold bottomed in
April 2001 but then ascended slowly, not making a new 52-week high until early 2002 and not establishing
a higher high until almost the end of that year. Meanwhile, gold stocks as per the HUI more than doubled
during 2002 while many juniors moved far more.
Gold stocks outperform the yellow metal the most at the start of the bull cycle. We are seeing that kind of
outperformance now.
Then there’s silver, which has finally started to move.
It doesn’t look like much on the five-year chart, but silver seems to have carved out a bottom. It is up 21%
this year, making it the best-performing metal.
And silver has more ground to regain. Gold may have lost 45% in the bear market, but silver lost more than
The fact that silver is moving now matters. Silver never moves lock step with gold. When uncertainty
prompts investors to seek out safe havens, they look to gold long before silver because gold is a far more
straightforward safe haven. Silver, by contrast, is also an industrial metal, which means demand waxes and
wanes more with economic demand.
However, after some time silver’s safe haven status starts to catch up. And once it starts to look like a safe
haven, it acts increasingly so. That process usually starts when gold is consolidating its first big move and
preparing to take out its next resistance.
In other words: we’re seeing gold consolidate, which gives confidence in the new price range, and gold is
trailing gold equities, which is precisely the pattern we see to start new bull markets. Silver’s recent move
only confirms the pattern.
Explorers, miners, and resource investors have been waiting for this pattern to emerge for years. With
evidence of a new bull market mounting, they are getting busy.
Here’s a good comparison: in the fourth quarter of last year, miners and explorers raised a measly $565
million. The average placement totaled just $3.3 million.
In the first quarter of this year, the sector has raised $3.5 billion and the average size rose to $23 million.
That’s a massive change. Granted, a few huge raises tipped the scale, including Franco Nevada’s $1
billion, Silver Wheaton’s $623 million, and Goldcorp’s $250 million.
But the money still matters.
For one, royalty and streaming companies like FNV and SLW put capital to use by investing in other assets
and companies. That helps the whole sector.
For another, doozies aside the sector still raised a lot of cash and about a fifth of the financings went to
explorers and developers. That is significant – in the depths of the bear market, explorers just didn’t have
access to capital.
Then there’s the deal flow. The quarter saw several big deals: Tahoe buying Lake Shore Gold, Endeavour
buying True Gold, and Newcastle buying Catalyst Copper. There were a good number of smaller deals as
well: Probe Metals and Adventure Gold merged, Kootenay Silver took over Northair Silver, and First Mining
Finance bought both Clifton Star Resources and the Pitt project from Brionor Resources, among others.
Also really interesting are the moves by majors and mid-tiers to acquire stakes in smaller companies.
Goldcorp’s move on Gold Standard Ventures is one example (and it prompted Oceanagold to put more
money into GSV to maintain its stake); Oceanagold’s investment in NuLegacy is another.
A favorite question during the bear market was: what will it take to bring mining back to life?
My answer was always the same: investors have to make money.
In that sense, a mining revival becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. A bit of recovery gives companies
confidence to raise capital. Capital enables exploration, development, and deals, which in turn adds life to
share prices. Reinvigorated share prices means more financings, more activity and happier investors.
It’s game on.
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From: Net Loss4/26/2016 6:01:59 PM
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I was hoping for a small pullback so I could load up on more shares but this didn't occur. Just got done looking at the chart, and it looks like it's going to run higher. Tomorrow could be very interesting.

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