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Before we introduce you to the best gold area play we’ve ever featured, let’s delve into the precious metal’s recent behavior…

After a multi-year bear market, gold emerged as one of the best performing assets for the first three quarters of 2016. Several TSX Venture gold stocks minted millionaires this year as they soared three, four, even five times in value. It’s amazing what can happen when the precious metal increases even just 5% in value and broad sentiment turns bullish.

Q4, however, has been a different story for gold. It has underperformed the markets badly following the surprise Trump victory on November 8th. Ironically, on election night, as it became apparent Trump would make history, the metal surged nearly 4% higher in a matter of hours. But the next day, it reversed as the markets tried to make sense of what a President Trump will mean economically.

This week, gold stabilized after its volatile few days leading up to and after the election. It sits around US$1,210 an ounce, still up roughly 10% year to date and at a very profitable level for most miners. We believe the gold bull will resume in 2017, perhaps starting as early as December…

A commodity such as gold doesn’t surge nearly 4% in a matter of hours, after a major geopolitical event, for no reason…

If you recall, it was Brexit (a similar anti-establishment vote) that ignited gold in the summer of 2016… and we believe Trump, thanks to his historic plans to rebuild America (starting with its roads and bridges), will go down in history as The Inflation President.

Trump - The Inflation President
*The Inflation President

 

Michael Pento, President and founder of Pento Portfolio Strategies, shares the precise sentiment we do…

On November 11th, he wrote,

“…what is clear now is if Donald Trump wants to avoid starting his tenure with an economic crisis similar to that of Mr. Obama he will need to put a lid on long-term interest rates rather quickly. And in order to do that he will have to convince a supposedly politically-agnostic Fed Chair, Janet Yellen, to not only refrain from further interest rates hikes but also to launch another round of long-term Treasury debt purchases known as Quantitative Easing (QE)…”

Pento continued,

“Second, and most importantly, a Trump presidency is highly inflationary because his massive $1 trillion infrastructure refurbishment plan, along with his proposal to rebuild the military, will-at least in the short-term-significantly increase annual deficits. In fact, deficits are already soaring; the fiscal 2016 budget hole jumped to $587 billion, up from $438 in the prior year, for a huge 34% increase.

Enormously growing deficits, which will add to the intractable National debt, tends to force a central bank into an ultra-loose monetary policy…”

 

What’s more, according to data released by the Treasury Department this past week, America’s national debt has skyrocketed by $294 billion since the start of the fiscal year 2017, which began merely 48 days ago. (That means Obama is on pace to increase the national debt by roughly $2.4 trillion this fiscal year.)

The U.S. dollar index hit a 14 year high this past week; however, gold demonstrated its resilience, hovering above $1,200 an ounce. Bloomberg reported on Tuesday that Jeffrey Gundlach, co-founder of DoubleLine Capital, said the stock market is in for a ‘bumpy ride’ as expectations are dashed that President-Elect Donald Trump can quickly spur growth. When the honeymoon wears off, gold will rise.

 

On the Verge of a TSX Venture Breakout?

Lastly, and before we introduce you to what we are calling ‘the best gold area play we’ve ever featured,’ it is very important to understand the favourable seasonality factors for the TSX Venture. We are quickly approaching, statistically, the most bullish time of year for the Venture, an exchange dominated by junior miners/explorers…

Last December, we explained:

“For the past 12 years, on average, the TSX Venture has increased approximately 12.3% within 60 days following December 22nd. In a third of those years, the highest level hit for the Venture during that 60-day period came in January (2008, 2010, 2013 and 2015), making the maximum potential profit for traders unusually quick…”

Furthermore,

“Over the last twelve years, had you bought the TSX Venture index on December 22nd (give or take a day), you would have had the opportunity to sell within the next 60 days for a handsome and consistent profit. In fact, you would have had the opportunity to make a profit 100% of the time. It’s tough to beat those odds.”

 

History shows that the time to be looking for deals on the Venture exchange is right now, when many investors sell into year-end. And, after the recent sell-off in precious metals, select gold stocks are looking attractive to us once again. Some have come off 30-40% from their highs of just a few months ago.

These reasons are behind the timing of this special report on our new client and featured company…

 

Our Top Gold Area Play

Since September, we have literally traveled across the world – from Asia to South America, all over the Co-founder of Fiore Exploration Mr. Frank Giustra western U.S. and Canada – searching for our final gold deal of 2016. That search brought our crew to Chile, into the heart of the Atacama Desert, South America’s world-renowned copper and precious metals belt. It was there where we met with a cashed up junior gold company (approximately CAD$13.5 million in its treasury) backed by billionaire investor Frank Giustra and led by the highly regarded geologist Mr. Tim Warman – a man who played a significant role with Aurelian Resources and the successful negotiation of its CAD$1.2-billion valued acquisition by Kinross.

Mr. Warman’s new company, Fiore Exploration (F:TSXV) and its Pampas El Peñon Project, is why we’re writing you today. Its stock price has come off roughly 35% from its recent high in September, and we wanted to share with you, first-hand, the potential of this gold explorer and its uniquely positioned flagship asset. In this report, we will take you with us, giving you virtual ‘boots on the ground’ knowledge… more on this shortly.

Looking at Yamana's flagship precious metals asset
*From a hilltop on Fiore Exploration’s (F:TSXV) project our crew overlooked part of Yamana’s mine complex in the distance.

Fiore’s Pampas El Peñon Project – Next to Yamana’s Mother Lode

 

Fiore Exploration’s Pampas El Peñon Project consists of two separate blocks, lying immediately to the west and north of Yamana Gold’s Pampa Augusta Victoria mine complex that forms part of its El Peñón mine complex. This is greatly influential to Fiore’s story because Yamana, one of the world’s largest gold producing companies, refers to its El Peñón mine as its “Flagship Precious Metals Mine”. Bear in mind, Yamana has an interest in no less than six gold producing mines across the world… Check out the proximity of Fiore’s project to Yamana’s mine complex below:

Location of Fiore's project
Yamana’s El Peñón mine produced 227,000 ounces of gold and 7.7 million ounces of silver in 2015, with reported cash costs of US$621 and $8.38 an ounce respectively (source: Yamana Gold 2015 Annual Report).

Yamana’s El Peñon mine is one of the world’s premier and most profitable gold mines.

Fiore’s Pampas El Peñon Project borders Yamana’s El Peñon mine to the north and west. Fiore recently commenced its first ever drill program (8,000 metres) on the project, and results are expected very soon…

Looking into a hypothetical future, if Fiore were to make a viable discovery of size, it could make perfect sense for Yamana to come in and make a takeover bid given its extensive investment and mine complex just over the hill from the junior’s project… these are the types of area plays we are constantly searching for, and they’re not easy to find at this stage of exploration.

Click the image above to watch exclusive coverage from our trip to Fiore’s flagship project in Chile – MUST WATCH

 

Location, Location, Location

When we hear ‘area play’ the first question that comes to mind is ‘what about the infrastructure?’ Too often, so-called ‘area plays’ are in the middle of nowhere, sitting next to a massive discovery, not an actual producing mine. This can prove fatal as the cost to explore is often only justified when metal prices are elevated, resulting in the play being dead for many of the late-comers within a few years (think White Gold District, Yukon four years ago). Fiore’s flagship asset, on the other hand, is located in one of the most prolific and developed mining regions in the world, neighbouring a world-class mine, and relatively close to several other mines in the most barren of deserts. From rail to roads and electricity, virtually every infrastructure challenge or difficulty has been experienced and solved by previous mining companies in the area.

Yamana Gold's Pampa Augusta Victoria mine complex
*Truck drives along the road to Yamana Gold’s Pampa Augusta Victoria mine complex (viewable from Fiore’s project)

 

As the world’s largest copper producing nation, mining is the backbone of Chile’s economy. Below are a handful of world-class mines in this specific region of Chile, including Escondida, the world’s largest copper producing mine, located just a 30-minute drive east of Fiore’s Pampas El Peñon Project.

 

Location of Mines in Atacama Desert
*Proximity to Antofagasta and surrounding mines (notice the road and rail immediately to the north of Fiore’s Pampas El Peñon Project)

 

For Fiore to pick up this project, via an option agreement, next to Yamana’s flagship precious metals mine required experience, industry connections and name brand recognition in the sector…

 

CEO Tim Warman

Fiore’s CEO is Mr. Tim Warman. He has worked in senior leadership roles with some of the top exploration and development companies of the past decade, which have together discovered over 30 million ounces of gold. With 25 years of experience as a geologist, Mr. Warman is a vet in gold exploration and project development.

Tim Warman, Fiore Exploration
*On site in Chile with Tim Warman, CEO of Fiore Exploration

 

Tim initiated and managed early-stage development studies and marketed Aurelian Resources to international investors. He played a significant role in successfully negotiating the CAD$1.2-billion valued acquisition of Aurelian by Kinross Gold Corp… a blockbuster for shareholders of Aurelian.

Fiore Exploration’s Pampas El Peñon Project

 

Fiore is drilling in the shadow of Yamana’s flagship precious metals mine – El Peñon, a more than 200,000 ounce a year, high-grade, low cost producer. Fiore’s drills began turning in late-October, which is why we are telling you about this story today. Initial results are expected in early-December.

The mining infrastructure available in and around Antofagasta, which has a deep sea port, is unlike anything we have ever seen before. Visiting the Chilean city, one immediately understands that its purpose is to service the mining industry. Reading about it is one thing, but traveling down there and spending nearly a week in the region, one knows right away that this city was forged on the back of mining companies… mining is in this city’s DNA and has led to it being the richest city in Chile, with GDP per capita of approximately US$37,000.

Antofagasta
Antofagasta seaside – a city built for the mining industry

 

Covering land in the same geological environment as Yamana’s El Peñon deposit, Fiore’s Pampas El Peñon Project hosts several identified north-south-trending epithermal targets at or near surface. Three of these epithermal targets have been traced for more than 2 kilometers in strike length. Epithermal Au-Ag targets are hosted on the margins of rhyolite domes, with strong north-south siliceous structures containing highly anomalous silver, arsenic and antimony values, similar to the surface expressions of many of the mineralized veins in the area. The rhyolite dome Fiore is drilling first can be seen in our exclusive video from our trip to the company’s project HERE.

The below geological model highlights the formation of Yamana’s flagship precious metals mine and how these types of deposits are formed:

Geologic model

 

Fiore’s Pampas El Peñon Project is expansive, consisting of 13 mining claims totaling 3,400 hectares and located approximately 130 kilometres southeast of Antofagasta, Chile.

The Pampas El Peñon Project, as previously mentioned, hosts several identified north-south-trending epithermal targets at or near surface. Fiore is drilling these epithermal targets right now… and initial results are expected, according to CEO Tim Warman, within a matter of days.

The below picture of Fiore’s drillers was taken on October 26th, 2016:

Fiore drilling in Chile

 

Tim Warman spoke to this development in an October 27th press release, stating,

“Just two months after acquiring this promising exploration ground immediately adjacent to an operating world-class mine, we’ve completed a geophysical survey and have begun drilling our top priority targets. We look forward to seeing the drill results over the next weeks and months, and are also in discussions for additional property acquisitions as we continue to grow the company.”

As explained by the company:

“The first target, W1, is an outcropping rhyolite dome with a coincident arsenic-antimony anomaly and a low magnetic susceptibility signature that extends for at least 1.7km in a north-south direction. The second target, W2, is an outcropping jasperoid breccia body, also with elevated arsenic and antimony values and low magnetic susceptibility. Antinomy and arsenic are both common pathfinder elements for epithermal gold deposits, and are strongly associated with epithermal gold-silver veins at the adjacent El Peñon mine.”

 

The initial results from this drill program on Pampas El Peñon are expected in early-December. This, combined with Fiore’s share price recently coming off approximately 35% in value from its high hit in late-September, is why we are telling you about this opportunity now.

Trading at Discount to Latest Financing

On September 20th, just two months ago, Fiore announced that it had closed a non-brokered private placement of 20,000,000 shares at a price of CAD$0.55 per share for gross proceeds of CAD$11,000,000. Billionaire mining financier and co-founder of Fiore Exploration, Frank Giustra, acquired, directly, 1,000,000 common shares pursuant to the Private Placement, for his own investment purposes. In the release announcing the closing of the raise, Fiore stated, “Prior to the Private Placement Mr. Giustra owned indirectly, or had control and direction over 8,300,000 common shares, representing 10.25% of the outstanding shares of the Company.”

Later that month, Fiore hit a new all-time high of CAD$0.76 per share. On Friday, it closed at CAD$0.465 per share…

Following the release of this report we intend to take a position in Fiore Exploration and will look to acquire stock below CAD$0.55. Recognize that we are biased as the company is an advertiser client. Please take responsibility for practicing your own thorough and independent due diligence. Learn about the risks associated with investing in small-cap resource companies of this nature. Pick your spots…

From our perspective, the potential reward justifies the risk of putting our name behind Fiore Exploration. And we won’t have to wait long for news as drill results are expected shortly.

Fiore Exploration 6-Month Stock Chart

One of The Most Cashed Up Juniors in the Exploration Space

With roughly CAD$13.5 million in its treasury, according to the company’s most recent corporate presentation, Fiore is surely one of the most cash-rich junior explorers on the TSX Venture. Mr. Warman and his team will likely be able to take many swings at their projects via *extensive drilling – a luxury few junior gold explorers currently have.

*Tim Warman explained the economic drilling costs during our recent trip down to the project… click HERE to watch our exclusive coverage.

Fiore is not going to be banking its future on one small drill program before it has to go back to the market for capital and dilute. This advantage, combined with support from some of the best minds in the business, were huge factors in our decision to get behind them at such a critical stage in the company’s growth cycle.

 

A Remarkable Team

CEO Tim Warman is not the only member of Fiore’s team who has had tremendous success in South America. Company Director Robert Pirooz is a mining entrepreneur with extensive experience in South America. Mr. Pirooz served as director and general counsel at Pan American Silver from 2003 to 2015. During his tenure, he helped establish Pan American as a leading precious metals producer with operations in Mexico, Peru, Bolivia and Argentina. The company had more than 3,500 employees/workers.

Vern Arseneau, P. Geo., is Fiore’s VP Exploration and has over forty years of experience in exploration Vern Arseneauand project management, of which the last twenty have Vern Arseneaubeen in South America, principally in Chile, Peru, and Argentina.

Mr. Arseneau spent twenty years working as exploration manager and senior geologist for Noranda Inc. in Canada and South America. As the general manager of Noranda’s Peru office for four years, he was responsible for the reactivation of the El Pachon project in Argentina and participated in the acquisition of the Lomas Bayas Mine near Antofagasta. He also spent three years based in Noranda’s Santiago office working on the company’s regional exploration programs. Vern is Tim’s eyes and ears on the ground in Chile and is never too far from the ongoing exploration program.

A key advisor is none other than mining legend Paul Matysek, a professional geochemist and geologist Paul Matysekwith over 30 years of experience in the mining industry. A class act, Matysek is known across Canada for his successes in building Lithium One Inc, Potash One Inc, Energy Metals and most recently Goldrock Mines Corp. All have been subject to significant acquisition premiums by larger mining companies.

From an advisory standpoint, Fiore Exploration is led by Fiore Management & Advisory (led by Gord Keep and Frank Giustra). Fiore Management is a Founder and provides corporate advisory for Fiore Exploration…

Combined, we believe Fiore Exploration (F:TSXV) has one of the best capital market and exploration teams in Canada’s junior exploration sector.

 

Wrapping Up

The money has been raised. The drills are turning. And the results are days, not months, away. This marks the initiation of our coverage on Fiore Exploration (F: TSX Venture). With Yamana’s flagship precious metals mine just over the hill, Fiore has the opportunity to grab the major’s attention if it can make a discovery with this drill program…

We will be looking to establish a position in Fiore Exploration (F:TSXV) under CAD$0.55 per share for our own investment purposes. Last traded at CAD$0.465. As the drill results come, we will relay the news…

All the best with your investments,

 

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A Trip to Chile – Pinnacle On Site with Fiore Exploration

Fiore Exploration Stock Information

  • Stock symbol: F – trades on the TSX Venture
  • Stock price (CAD$): $0.465
  • 10-day avg. volume (approx): 170,000
  • Market capitalization (approx): CAD$47.11 million

 

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