Source: Streetwise Reports 09/14/2021Streetwise Live! Presents Heliostar Metals Ltd. Featuring Charles Funk, CEO and Director of Heliostar Metals Ltd., Adrian Day of Adrian Day Asset Management, and Joe Mazumdar, Editor/Analyst and Publisher of Exploration Insights.
In a Streetwise Live! Broadcast on Sept. 9, 2021, from the 2021 Precious Metals Summit at Beaver Creek, Charles Funk, CEO of Heliostar Metals Ltd. (HSTR:TSX.V; HSTXF:OTC; RGG1:FRA), and Adrian Day, money manager with Adrian Day Asset Management, discussed why investors should look at Heliostar, a young company strategically exploring its projects in Alaska and Mexico.
Host Cyndi Edwards began the broadcast by asking Adrian Day, money manager with Adrian Day Asset Management, what factors make Heliostar Metals Ltd. an attractive investment.
He replied that it was the people and the projects. The people are "technically strong, ethical, and dynamic," and CEO Charles Funk has the energy to make Heliostar a success, he said. As for the projects, the company's Unga mine in Alaska has known gold present, and Funk is systematically and thoroughly exploring it, an approach never taken by previous operators.
As for junior stocks, like Heliostar, Day noted that "when you look at good quality juniors, you find that those are really some of the best values out there. They offer the potential for 5:1 or 10:1. It's just really a matter of the timing."
Edwards pointed out that Brien Lundin, editor and publisher of Gold Newsletter, wrote that he expects more good news from Heliostar and calls it a Buy.
She asked Funk what advantages Heliostar has over other mining explorers. One, he said, is the company understands the science, or geology, and knows its importance. Two, making discoveries is what the company's team does, as evidenced by its past collective discoveries and Heliostar's recent success at its Panuco project in Mexico.
As for the explorer's Mexico assets, Funk says they're "a free warrant for our investors." Though earlier stage than Unga, they are potential company makers.
Regarding Unga, it stands out from other mining projects, Funk noted, because it has the rare combination of large size and high grade potential, as it is in an underexplored gold district.
"That's what the Heliostar brand is, big districts, high grade, and a proven team to unlock them," Funk added.
Why does Funk think Heliostar could be successful at Unga when other miners were not, Edwards inquired. He said it comes down to his company's methodical approach to exploration, starting with prospecting then detailed mapping and sampling.
"If successful, you continue," Funk added. "You never fall in love with one particular area; you treat it on statistical probabilities. A systematic approach has delivered for us before, and we think it will work again. The results this year are showing that it is."
Joe Azumdar, editor/analyst and publisher of Exploration Insights, commented on Unga, saying he had liked the project for some time, but it had been in the wrong hands. That changed, however, when Funk got involved and began looking at the bigger picture and testing more of the project for mineralization. Azumdar owns and is holding shares, awaiting further exploration results.
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- Disclosures for: Joe Mazumdar - Editor/Analyst and Publisher of Exploration Insights. I, or members of my immediate household or family, own securities of the following companies discussed in the broadcast: Heliostar Metals Ltd. I personally am, or members of my immediate household or family are, paid by the following companies discussed in the broadcast: None. My company has a financial relationship with the following companies discussed in the broadcast: None.
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Monsters of Rock: IG’s top two miners to watch this week
Whitehaven Coal (ASX:WHC) and Northern Star Resources (ASX:NST) are two large cap miners worth keeping an eye on in the … Read More
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Despite general concerns about global growth and subsequent drop in global bond yields, gold prices fell throughout last week.
The drop in the value of the yellow metal weighed on Aussie gold miners like Northern Star.
Northern Star’s share prices fell to two-year lows as investors reduced exposure to gold-mining stocks, to close below what was price support at roughly $8.80 per share.
“The technicals look quite poor for the stock now, with the trend and price momentum skewed to the downside,” IG analyst Kyle Rodda says.
“The next major level of long-term price support looks to currently sit at around $7.65 per share.”
The stock was down another 1.15% in Monday trade.
At the other end of the spectrum was Whitehaven Coal, which surged last week.
Global coal prices jumped to a record high as energy demands spikes on what is an unfolding and worsening energy shortage globally.
“Whitehaven shares look to be forming a primary uptrend now, with the weekly RSI showing a stock that is technically overbought, but that that is not signalling yet a meaningful slowdown in momentum,” Rodda says.
“WHC shares probably remain highly tied to the budding energy crisis now and any further upside in coal prices, and in the short-term, risk-reward appears skewed to the downside given the stock’s overbought technicals.
“A re-test of previous price resistance now support at around $2.50 may indicate whether the stock’s longer term uptrend remains in play.”
WHC was down 2.5% in late arvo trade.
Iron ore miners up as Materials ekes out small gain
The benchmark iron ore price – down 30% year-to-date – has staged a small comeback to ~$US110/t since going into the low 90’s on September 21.
In the mid cap space, +$1bn market cap lithium hopeful AVZ Minerals (ASX:AVZ) led the winners after securing a “cornerstone investor” for its Manono development in the DRC.
Private Chinese company CATH will pay US$240 million cash for an initial 24% equity stake in the project.
“Proceeds from the transaction will fund a majority of the total project financing required, whilst AVZ will retain a controlling 51% interest in the Manono Project post-completion of the transaction and its position as lead developer of the Manono Project,” the company says.
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Miramar’s Randalls gold project ripe for discovery
Special Report: Allan Kelly-led explorer Miramar Resources has been granted ground containing the ‘Randalls’ project, adjacent to Silver Lake Resources’…
Allan Kelly-led explorer Miramar Resources has been granted ground containing the ‘Randalls’ project, adjacent to Silver Lake Resources’ 1.5Moz Mt Belches gold operations in the Eastern Goldfields of WA.
Purchased as part of the Miramar (ASX:M2R) IPO in October 2020, Randalls covers extensions to the mineral-rich Banded Iron Formation (BIF) that hosts the high-grade Maxwell’s, Cockeyed Bob, Rumbles and Santa gold deposits operated by Silver Lake Resources.
Several high-grade results have also been returned from rock chip sampling of BIF at the Pryde and Logan prospects along strike, which were recently acquired by Horizon Minerals.
Despite the proximity to these deposits, the BIF has been relatively poorly explored within Miramar’s tenement, especially the fold hinges which are generally considered prime targets for BIF-hosted gold mineralisation.
Historical exploration comprised a limited series of shallow drill holes which did not test the obvious fold hinge positions — generally considered prime targets for BIF-hosted gold mineralisation — within the northern half of the tenement.
Gold assays are not reported in open file reports for a number of these holes.
Furthermore, surface sampling is likely to have been ineffective across a significant portion of the tenement “due to the presence of a north-south trending drainage system and associated sheetwash material”.
Proposed exploration at Randalls
Miramar has kicked off planning for initial work at Randalls, which will include compilation of all relevant historic drilling and geochemical data followed by aircore and/or RC drill testing of key targets.
Miramar’s initial focus will be on drill testing the obvious fold-hinge targets with aircore and/or RC drilling.
Miramar exec chairman Allan Kelly says the company was excited to be able to commence exploration on the third of its highly prospective Eastern Goldfields projects.
“Our strategy in the Eastern Goldfields was to acquire under-explored gold projects within close proximity to existing mining and/or processing facilities,” Kelly says.
“Randalls definitely fits the bill, with a lack of any systematic exploration of a mineralised BIF along strike from multiple existing high-grade gold operations and with a haul road crossing the project.”
This article was developed in collaboration with Miramar Resources, a Stockhead advertiser at the time of publishing.
This article does not constitute financial product advice. You should consider obtaining independent advice before making any financial decisions.
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The Importance Of Dune, Part 2: The Jihad
The Importance Of Dune, Part 2: The Jihad
Authored by Tom Luongo via Gold, Goats, ‘n Guns blog,
Read Part 1 here
In 2020 I wrote a pair…
In 2020 I wrote a pair of editorials for the Gold Goats ‘n Guns Newsletter in sympathy to the movie’s original release for last December. This one appeared in November after the (s)election of Joe Biden as U.S. president. I’ve written a lot about the ideas contained in this essay but I felt it appropriate to revisit it now that we’re in the window of seeing our story play out on the big screen, where art still has the possibility of moving us to action.
“We Fremen have a saying: God created Arrakis to train the faithful. One cannot go against the word of God.”— FRANK HERBERT
In my last editorial I talked about why Frank Herbert’s Dune was even more relevant today than when it was published in 1965. As we approached the election, after re-reading Dune, I made it into Herbert’s sequel, Dune Messiah.
And having not read it in thirty years I was amazed at how good it was. The whole book is about a moment in time that Paul, who can see into the future, cannot see beyond. The 2020 election felt exactly that way to me.
That moment was a singularity, a point we pass through without knowing what lies on the other side. The parallels were simply too deep for me to ignore. The trope Herbert used in Dune Messiah has been copied a hundred times since then, but its metaphoric power remains the same.
A moment like that turns everything on its head when it happens. It shattered Paul’s life and ushered in the next period of chaos far deadlier than the last.
Dune left us knowing that with the victory over the entrenched, sclerotic power structure of the great houses there would be a religious jihad by the Fremen which would sweep across the galaxy like a plague of killer locusts.
That jihad occurred and Paul was powerless to stop it.
And, like Paul, this is what I fear is coming. The results of the election confirm for me that what comes next will be a terrible thing.
The Davos Crowd think they have won the war, that they have been successful in defeating the insurgent Trump and his Deplorable sand rats. They think there are only a few of us vocally leading a loose contingent of conspiracy theorists on the fringe of society who can be easily controlled and marginalized.
This was the mistake the establishment made in Dune, thinking the Fremen numbered in the thousands. In reality, they numbered in the tens of millions and were viciously angry, self-sufficient and disciplined; ready to remake the world and shut off the source of the power, the spice.
When Dune was written the spice was a metaphor for oil. Today information is the currency of the realm, and Davos thinks that by controlling all information flow they can control everything else.
But they don’t control the information anymore, even if it looks that way. Because by cheating and creating false value throughout the society, by degrading the quality of the information, they have raised the value of producing real things with real labor to the point of it being existential to their power.
And when you marginalize the tens of millions of people who produce the goods which sustain their false reality, when you remove their ability to speak their mind and make their voices heard, when you insult them, berate them, hector them and beat them then you will bear the consequences when the sleeper awakens, in Herbert’s words.
This isn’t a threat or an open invitation to violence. This is an observation of what always comes next. These people know that they have been lied to, their children spiritually separated from them. The election was a cruel joke meant to rub our noses in their complete power over us. You can see it every day on Twitter.
What comes next will be nothing short of a Fremen-esque jihad by the 70+ million people who voted for Donald Trump. If his allies prove the systematic thievery of the election, it will fuel what is now a simmering anger to a violent boiling rage with a near-religious frenzy.
They will be fully justified.
I get that anger. I feel it building in me. Paul saw this coming in Dune and failed in his attempt to control it. And I can see it coming today.
Their Jihad will be joined by the people who didn’t want to win by cheating. There are millions of them, too. They voted against Trump but don’t view their neighbors as enemies.
The alternative to it is worse, acquiescence and vassalage to a corrupt system. And that’s why today it’s clear to me this only ends in violence. The elites had a choice. They chose poorly.
They have their own religious zealots, suffused with the righteous anger at a corrupt system but blaming it on the wrong people, their neighbors.
The people have a choice, stand their ground or be ground into paste.
This is why I feel the only option for Davos when faced with the coming jihad against them will be to unleash a response to it orders of magnitude deadlier than COVID-19. That’s a moment I, frankly, don’t want to see beyond.
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I think it’s quite clear now that we’re in the middle of that next response. The ‘Jihad’ of angry Trump voters hasn’t quite materialized yet, but it has in other parts of the world.
The descent into random violence with brutal Harkonnen police and embedded Sardaukar mercenaries putting down protests in Melbourne, Australia is not only deeply disturbing but, sadly, wholly predictable.
The Fremen were trained by Arrakis through privation and extreme thrift imposed on them by the desert to find meaning and beauty in the simplest things. We’re not there yet. But by now brutally imposing vaccination mandates through a terror campaign people have woken up quickly.
Because they already saw the problem if they didn’t want to believe it would ever come to this.
The sleeper will awaken here in the U.S. The more they take away from us the more it will feed the burning inside.
Davos’ Sardaukar are sustained through blood sacrifice and dehumanization, the Harkonnens through good ol’ payola. They serve this system not because they believe in it but because they are fed by it. Australians will begin imposing costs on them that outweigh their comfort and they will collapse.
It’s already happening in France. It will happen in Germany this fall. And when the U.S. joins the jihad that’s when the violence gets real.
Fat, roid-freaks running around beating old women and unarmed men with gang tactics will turn into massacres, but not for us, for them. They have told us they are no longer negotiating with us. Become subservient or be destroyed. Their call isn’t a bluff but it ultimately is.
We have reached that moment today where the choice is clear. Get hard, get in shape, get tough-mined and become #ungovernable or be extinguished. You are not alone.
Moments like this take generations to build to. Welcome to Arrakis.
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