When it comes to finding mines, Skeena Resources chairman Ron Netolitzky is a boss. He's back exploring in the Golden Triangle.

When it comes to finding mines, Skeena Resources chairman Ron Netolitzky is a boss. He’s back exploring in the Golden Triangle.

It’s been a busy week at CEO.CA and we wanted to share some of the highlights in case you were too busy to stop by as often as you would have liked.

There are high-quality projects being advanced and value is being created, even if it’s unrecognized in these markets. Enjoy your weekend and stop by at chat.ceo.ca, the investment conference in your pocket!

Drones, Drills and Gold
Skeena Resources (SKE.v) is exploring for high-grade gold at the Spectrum property in northwestern B.C. under the leadership of chairman Ron Netolitzky, a mine finder who was inducted into the Canadian Mining Hall of Fame in January. He helped discover the rich Eskay Creek and Snip gold mines, and early exploration at Spectrum is uncovering high-grade gold intercepts as well.

CEO.CA founder Tommy Humphreys recently visited the Spectrum site with a drone and video team, and you need to check out the video. The drone footage is pretty cool! Here’s the link to the article: Drones, Drills and Gold

And here’s the video:

 

Deep-value Copper Call Option in Montana’s Rolling Hills
Tintina Resources’ (TAU.v) Black Butte Copper project in the hills of Montana is getting no respect on the TSX Venture exchange, and being assigned little value. Its copper resource is high-grade, its backers deep-pocketed and the top-notch management team took Sandfire Resources’ high-grade DeGrussa mine from discovery to production in just 3 years. DeGrussa is now Western Australia’s largest copper mine.

Tommy recently visited the Black Butte Copper project and came away impressed with the calibre of Tintina’s people as well as their commitment to working through and solving any environmental concerns on the path to permitting.

Those who do their due diligence and decide to purchase Tintina shares are investing alongside George Soros and Thomas Kaplan.

Here’s a link to the article and video.

How a Colombian exploration play landed the backing of a billionaire mine finder
We also posted an interview with Mario Stifano, the CEO of Colombia exploration play Cordoba Minerals (CDB.v). Cordoba landed an investment from Robert Friedland’s HPX earlier this year and Stifano tells us how it happened. Interesting story! Here’s the article.

Insiders buying
CEO.CA editor James Kwantes wrote about how contrarian CEO are in a buying mood even as shares in the companies they run stumble along, sometimes at or near 52-week lows. Among those purchasing stock recently have been Sabina Gold & Silver CEO Bruce McLeod, Lucara Diamond CEO William Lamb and Lion One Metals chairman and CEO Walter Berukoff. Here’s that piece.

Disclosure: Author owns shares of Sabina. Skeena Resources, Sabina Gold & Silver, Tintina Resources and Cordoba Minerals are CEO.CA sponsors. Skeena, Tintina and Lion One Metals are Subscriber Summit sponsors, which makes us biased. These are speculative stocks and not suitable for most investors. Always do your own due diligence and talk to a licensed investment advisor prior to making any financial decisions. You’re responsible for your own trades.