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Sandstorm Gold saw a bit of a bump in share price Tuesday morning following its announcement regarding ten new royalty agreements. The company has secured royalties on ten projects - two in Africa and eight in return for the sale of a number of its properties in Nevada.
At VRIC, Resource Investing News spoke with Brent Cook of Exploration Insights about the gold space and a few companies he thinks could be worth a look. An independent exploration analyst and seasoned geologist, Cook participated in the 2015 exploration forecast panel at the conference and also gave a keynote presentation to a packed hall of attendees.
Eira Thomas, CEO, president and director of Kaminak Gold, discusses her company's decision to move directly to the feasibility stage on the heels of a positive preliminary economic assessment for its Coffee project. She also gives some insight into why Kaminak has attracted interest from the likes of Ross Beaty and Zebra Holdings.
Though most are positive on the medium-term outlook for copper, the question of whether the metal will be in surplus or deficit in the near term remains a contentious issue. A number of firms have recently released opinions regarding the outlook for the red metal, and while some have cut price forecasts, others see things looking a little brighter.
The company has increased the inferred mineral resource estimate for the upper 250 meters of the CH-6 kimberlite pipe by 15 percent. It now sits at 3.32 million tonnes of kimberlite containing 8.57 million carats for a grade of 2.58 carats per tonne.
According to the company, the update completes the de-risking of a 2012 Tetra Tech feasibility study on the project, and also updates estimates and forecasts to reflect costs and market conditions as of the end of 2014.
In December 2014, Avrupa and its partner Byrnecut International announced the discovery of new gold zone on the Slivovo project in Kosovo.
In September 2010, Atac announced the discovery of a new "Carlin-style" gold deposit at its 100-percent-owned Rackla project in the Yukon.
"If you honestly believe that Obama has saved us all, and the economy's going to be great ... Europe is going to get its act together and everything's going to be fine, maybe gold's not for you," said James. "But if you're concerned about these things ... then you have to be bullish on gold."
Frank Holmes, CEO and chief investment officer at US Global Investors, on the gold price and how to approach investments in the gold space.