John Kaiser of Kaiser Research

With the world’s economic condition seemingly improving  junior resource analyst John Kaiser suggests that the 22 trillion dollar debt ceiling is the only thing standing in the way of a speedy economic recovery. He posits that a growing economy is essential if it is to absorb the demographical bulge of baby boomers entering their golden years.

As large Gold mining projects near exhaustion, John proposes that junior companies “go deep into the third dimension”, exploring deposits that may have been over looked in the past. He suggests that such deposits may be found in Nevada, where, because of it’s unusual topography may be hiding gold in gravels, which have previously been overlooked.

“I think we might see the flanks of these basins stalked wall to wall with juniors,
giving us something we haven’t seen in the past decade”, says John.

Exploration legend Dave Lowell also told us that he thought Nevada was an attractive jurisdiction for exploration during our interview published last week.

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