Golden Investment Opportunity: This $0.30 Junior Miner has Struck Gold as Savvy Investors look for Safe Haven Investments

The historic bull run of 2020 has minted a brand new class of millionaires.  Now that the broader markets are starting to cool off, savvy investors are looking for smart places to park profits.  Tech is no longer safe.  Biotechs are too volatile.  Which is the most reliable sector?  No need to reinvent the wheel here – it’s still Gold. After breaking out above $2000USD/oz. in August, the world’s most popular safe-haven asset is giving signs that a surge in Gold Stocks is coming soon. 

Exploration companies can offer substantial leverage for investors looking to capitalize on a Gold Bull Market.  Don’t make the mistake of betting on a large cap to bring serious gains.  It’s the undiscovered Junior Miners which offer the greatest chance for price appreciation.  A certain Undiscovered Explorer has found high-grade gold while drilling in a highly prolific spot, and Wall Street has yet to notice… until now.

The broader markets have been a struggle –even for seasoned experts – as extreme volatility, followed by perplexing moves, have become the norm.  With Bulls and Bears duking it out, the retail investor is often left in wonder.  Between the US Presidential Election, Civil Unrest, Daily Shootings and Deaths, CoronaVirus Global Health Emergency, tweets from US President Trump, and several international crises in the news, investors are VERY nervous. An 11-year Bull Market can only go so high.  Global uncertainty on a massive scale, plus profit taking in the markets, creates a perfect storm for safe-haven assets such as Gold.  Warren Buffet, the Oracle of Omaha who was critical of Gold in the past, has changed his tune and recently took a $564M stake in Barrick Gold. Ongoing economic tension could very well generate a strong move higher for Gold into 2021.  After a modest correction, prices are once again rising quickly.  In April, Bank of America predicted gold could hit $3,000 per ounce. This surge in gold should be the beginning of a longer-term bull market. 

Over the last 2 years of this bull market, Gold has kept pace with the S&P 500 – long used as the benchmark for determining the economic health of the United States.

 

Instead of storing gold bars under your bed, buying a Gold ETF, or investing in a major gold producer, junior exploration companies offer some of the best leverage to maximize potential on rising gold prices.  Owning Gold Stocks is one of the more prudent ways to gain exposure to this precious metal, as well as diversifying your portfolio.

It’s time to start thinking differently about gold. It isn’t meant to be just a mere sliver of your portfolio. It should be a cornerstone.  One undiscovered junior exploration company in particular, struck gold in a stable, world-class gold mining region which has produced over 170 Million ounces of Gold, and Wall Street hasn’t picked up on it yet.

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Gatling Exploration, Inc. (OTCQB: GATGF)  (TSXV: GTR) – is a Canadian gold exploration company focused on advancing the Larder Gold Project, located in the prolific Abitibi greenstone belt in Northern Ontario. The Larder property hosts three high-grade gold deposits along the Cadillac-Larder Lake Break, as well as recently discovered gold trends north of the Break. It’s 100% owned and controlled by Gatling, and the company’s drill results have been impressive to say the least.

GATGF’s Larder Gold Project comprises 3,370 hectares of patented and unpatented claims, leases and mining licenses of occupation, in a gold district famous for producing over 170 Million ounces of gold.

The Larder project benefits from a truly vast database of recent and historical data, including more than 2,000 drill holes, 90,000 assays, 1,000 surface rock samples, 500 soil samples, as well as geophysics, Lidar and bedrock geology. Make no mistake, this gives Gatling a significant edge moving forward, particularly because GATGF is utilizing state of the art Artificial Intelligence to identify potential new Gold locations. The advanced Computer Aided Resource Detection System marks targets by means of pattern recognition and machine learning. The more data you have, the better the system works, and Larder has a lot of data! New targets are currently being evaluated and will be explored using traditional exploration techniques, in the very near future.

Location! Location! Location!

GATGF’s Larder Gold Project lies in the prolific Abitibi greenstone belt in an established, high-production mining camp.  The land is strategically located in the Kirkland Lake-Larder Lake mining district between Kirkland Lake Gold’s (TSX: KL)(NYSE: KL) eponymous project (24 million ounces gold) and contiguous to Agnico Eagle’s (TSX: AEM)(NYSE: AEM) advanced exploration project hosting multiple deposits with over 3.5 million ounces of gold defined collectively.

GATGF is perfectly positioned to prosper.  While a few parts of the Larder project had been extensively but individually explored in the past, they had never been consolidated because they were considered standalone prospects. Gatling’s expert team, including the former principal geologist for the legendary Sprott Mining Group, surmised that the three known gold deposits (Bear, Chemenis and Fernland) were all part of one connected gold system in a trend over 4.5 kilometers long.

 

The team successfully obtained all of the claims and drill permits, and then began drilling. The results from that first program quickly proved the team was onto something….

Gatling didn’t take long to deliver a string of major successes. By June of this year, the company had repeatedly hit high-grade gold and successfully connected two of the three deposits to create an unbroken 2.5 kilometer strike length of gold mineralization. GATGF also expanded the footprints of all three deposits and hit new lenses of mineralization. Intercepts along this main break have ranged as high as 85.1 g/t Au over 3.0 meters, 20.7 g/t Au over 6.1 meters, 10.8 g/t Au over 8.0 meters, and 11.9 g/t Au over 4.0 meters. As if that weren’t enough, Gatling also discovered significant mineralization at shallow depth, despite previous explorers believing that none existed near surface. That’s a big deal because, all things being equal, the closer any deposit is to surface, the greater the potential economics.

Work to date only covers about 20% of the Cadillac Larder Break, but includes an area which hosts an historic mineral resource estimate.  This estimate shows 960,000 ounces at 5.0 g/t gold (indicated and inferred) for the Bear and Cheminis deposits, and Gatling has further validated key sections of that mineralization as high grade gold!

The second drill program along the Main Break has recently started and the team is currently focused on the goal of connecting that third deposit before moving on to equally attractive targets along the Break and elsewhere on the property!

GATGF STRIKES GOLD

In the mining world, it’s pretty common for one company to pick up where another left off. What you don’t often see is what’s happening to Gatling – a junior explorer benefiting from millions of dollars of work by larger Gold companies in such a highly prolific area. The thing is, previous explorers believed the deposits were independent of each other and, as Gatling has already proved, those explorers were wrong.

GATGF has connected the dots backwards and forward, which is creating the future for Gatling Exploration by proving the existence of a very large mineralized system.  Furthermore, the estimate of nearly one million ounces of gold does not include over 70,000m of drill holes!

GATGF STRIKES MORE GOLD 

Acquiring, expanding and connecting the deposits on the Main Break at Larder was not enough for Gatling’s team. After careful analysis, they managed to pick up an adjacent claim 6 KM north of their deposits where, most recently, Gold Fields (NYSE American: GV) had spent $6.0 million across 2012-2013 on early stage exploration. The area is called Kir Vit. GATGF wasted no time and, in March of this year, the company completed a first pass round of drilling, during which they hit gold in 13 of 16 drill holes over a 500m strike length and discovered 2 new gold trends!  Gatling is now planning a 3,500-meter Phase 2 drill program at Kir Vit to test additional gold targets.

Deposits in the region often occur in clusters or along trends, meaning where you’ve found one, more may well follow. Often, one large deposit is surrounded by a group of smaller satellite deposits with similar geology – an important fact that feeds into Gatling’s AI advantage.

There’s nothing Artificial about Intelligence

GATGF is a forward thinker and has engaged artificial intelligence experts at Windfall Geotek to utilize the firm’s advanced resource detection system to identify and prioritize even more gold targets at the Larder project.  Using its proprietary Computer Aided Resource Detection System, (CARDS), Windfall searches for and identifies gold targets using AI pattern recognition and machine learning cultivated from its extensive database.  The CARDS system is allowing Gatling to analyze and compare the deposits on the Larder Project with those from miners and larger explorers in the region, which gives them yet another edge.

According to the World Gold Council, the world’s central banks have been big buyers of Gold for over a decade.  Central banks are now holding 35,000 tonnes of Gold, worth about $2 Trillion dollars.  It’s no wonder Gold is one of the best performing asset classes in 2020.  Investors, via exchange-traded funds, now own more gold than most central banks.  The bull market for Gold is thriving.

Junior Minors can offer a cost-effective means of investing in the Gold market, while providing significant upside potential.  A recent Forbes article cites that larger, established, mining companies must purchase smaller ones in order to increase reserves.

The two ways to replenish depleted reserves is either find a new deposit, or purchase a company with existing gold ore.  The latter of these is the less risky of the two initiatives, and creates a solid argument for allocating funds in any portfolio towards an undervalued Junior Miner that has proven gold in the ground, such as Gatling. The case is even stronger when you consider the immense potential of the Larder project, which is easily accessible, and is already at an advanced exploration stage.

Gatling Exploration, Inc. (OTCQB: GATGF)  (TSXV: GTR) – is an under-the-radar, largely unknown, junior explorer that offers potential upside opportunity for timely investors.  Currently trading at a market cap well under $20M USD, this could prove to be highly undervalued when you factor in all of it’s advantages and accomplishments.  In short, this junior miner is well-positioned to ride the gold Bull Run straight to the bank.

For a better understanding of GATGF and its business, plus risks of owning its shares, click here to view GATGF’s filings.

Please read them thoroughly before many any investment decisions.

Thank you for Reading.

 

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