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The Calandra Report: Fresh chapters on Nevada, Ghana, couch ‘taters

Thom Calandra Thom Calandra,
1 Comment| March 25, 2015

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When you’re hooked on the book, fresh chapters are welcome.
Remember our TCR 5 Book?

Click to enlargeI am ready to expand my Nevada ownership of resources. I own a metric ton of Nevada names, and TCR over the years has put the Silver State on its gold list when it comes to coverage.

Right now, I am close to pushing the button on Pershing Gold (PGLC); it’s hustling on the Relief Canyon Mine in Pershing County. I was (pleasantly) surprised to see that Pershing will be one of a group of miners and prospectors tagged for the Denver Gold Group’s European Forum in Switzerland — also mid-April. It’s the only PINK SHEETS USA issue at the forum. Another tiny-TCR name, Calibre Mining (CXB in Canada), will be there, too.

– Xtra-Gold, remember that Ghana chapter in TCR? [Photo here just in from Kibi area camp.] I still own every gold-dang share I ever bought. Along with some spinoff, Xtra-Gold (XTG in Canada) ranks as one of my worst pastings ever in a large position. (Second to Bellhaven Copper & Gold, whose shares I have been selling — or trying to sell.)

I am still thick with Xtra-Gold founder James Longshore and his team there at the Kibi Gold Belt. Yves Clement, the Canadian geologist, and a working camp of 25, are still building the resource. Almost six years after I first started going there. On Wednesday, a small fund in the Bahamas bought into XTG. That photo shows work on an area called Cobra Creek and what looks like a thick gold shear — some 6 grams per metric ton but yet to be officially assayed.

Read more here -- these stocks are adding chapters. Also: Did you say TiVo?

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Thom Calandra & TCR are researchers and investors. They are not registered investment advisers. The research and material they offer to subscribers are meant as editorial opinion.


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