Catching up with Doug Ramshaw of Minera Alamos

This week, I had the pleasure of catching up with Doug Ramshaw, President and Director of Minera Alamos, Inc. We talked about the company’s 2020 vision and what we can hope to look for in the coming year. I first met Doug at the John Tumazos Very Independent Conference over the summer last year. Prior … Continue reading Catching up with Doug Ramshaw of Minera Alamos

Corvus Gold Update

Corvus Gold ($KOR.TO | $CORVF) latest bought deal financing, while poorly timed on my part when I tweeted back in August (https://twitter.com/economicalpha/status/1164989458254614533?s=21), is turning out to be a blessing in disguise. The deal was below market at $2CAD (at the time announced it was $2.29) and that definitely stung a bunch of folks, including myself. … Continue reading Corvus Gold Update

Minera Alamos Update

Minera Alamos, MAI.V, the company I spoke about in an earlier blog post here https://economicalpha.blog/2019/06/26/a-few-mining-names-i-am-watching-as-gold-breaks-1400/, has been working quite nicely. Two projects are coming on line within the next 24 months, which is perfect timing as gold seems to be holding $1,500 and remains quite supportive. Santana will be the first, coming on line in … Continue reading Minera Alamos Update

Endeavour Mining – When Fundamentals and Technicals Align

Endeavour Mining is a name that I have been following for a long time, a name that I have been in and out of, but have not been able to profit from it. However, it has since resurfaced because I believe we are at a turning point in terms of fundamentals converging with a bullish … Continue reading Endeavour Mining – When Fundamentals and Technicals Align

Kirkland Lake Q2 Production a Bit Softer Than I Expected

Kirkland Lake reported Q2 production numbers today Q2 Production Numbers. While Fosterville had another exceptional record quarter with 140,701 ounces produced, Macassa did temper the quarter a bit with production of 49,196. The grade came down from strong Q1 levels and excessive water in the mine during the spring run-off contributed to the weakness when … Continue reading Kirkland Lake Q2 Production a Bit Softer Than I Expected

Wesdome Gold Mines Produces 22,437 ounces in Q2, Raises Guidance.

Wesdome Gold mines just released a very strong Q2 number: https://ml.globenewswire.com/Resource/Download/48af0bfe-3918-43e7-9140-d7774ccd4c46. During the quarter, Wesdome produced 22,437, on the back of the 303 lens continuing to outperform on both budgeted grades and tonnes. The head grade at Eagle was impressive, at 23.4gpt, which follows a very strong Q1 of 18gpt. Moreover, they generated $44.2M in sales … Continue reading Wesdome Gold Mines Produces 22,437 ounces in Q2, Raises Guidance.

NightHawk Gold and Northfield Capital Corporation

NightHawk Gold Corp (TSX:NHK) is a company I wrote about a few weeks back in my list of mining companies I am watching as Gold breaks $1400: Link Here. It's an intriguing proposition because of the potential for resource growth offered. Colomac at present has a 2.6m oz resource at 1.62gpt. It is expected once … Continue reading NightHawk Gold and Northfield Capital Corporation

Sprott sells a bit more of Kirkland Lake

Since stepping down as Chairman in May, Sprott has taken his ownership position down to 8% now. Below are his sales since retiring from the board: On May 21, 2019, 2176423 Ontario sold 10,000 Common Shares in the open market at a sale price of CAD $46.0000 per share. On May 22, 2019, 2176423 Ontario sold 58,400 … Continue reading Sprott sells a bit more of Kirkland Lake