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THE CRITICAL INVESTOR NEWSLETTER #045

Dear subscriber,

After a year of recon exploration on various projects by Margaux Resources, it is time to evaluate their efforts and results, and see where this could be heading. Controlled by ambitious IAMGold CEO Steve Letwin and headed by energetic CEO Tyler Rice, and aiming for exploration success and near term zinc production, action is likely to be expected for 2018. Read more about it here:

THE CRITICAL INVESTOR NEWSLETTER #043

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After a long wait, Tinka Resources finally drilled economic mineralization at Zone 3. The current Inferred resource of 42.7 Mt at 7.3%ZnEq is already one of the best recent discoveries in the zinc space, but this latest drill result bodes well to add more tonnage. How much more will probably become clear in 2018, as the company plans to do a lot of drilling. Read more about it here:

THE CRITICAL INVESTOR NEWSLETTER #042

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Cypress Development is exploring and developing a large and unique lithium project in Clayton Valley, Nevada, US, as it is claystone. Lithium recoveries from claystone haven't been commercially proven yet as it is a new concept, but CEO Bill Willoughby, supported by good test results on met work, is convinced he can succeed. If he does, the upside potential for the stock will probably be huge. Read more about it here:

THE CRITICAL INVESTOR NEWSLETTER #041

Dear subscriber,

Last week Tinka Resources came out with an updated resource estimate for Ayawilca, it was solid and it was surprisingly close to what I guessed and others calculated with specialized software.

This provides a good base for the PEA which is planned for Q2, 2018, and in the mean time the company will also be very busy with more exploration and met work. This time a bit more effort went into trying to estimate hypothetical PEA economics, read more about it here:

THE CRITICAL INVESTOR NEWSLETTER #040

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Excelsior Mining shows why management has always been so confident on being granted two of the most difficult permits around: the APP and UIC permits for their ISR copper Gunnison project in Arizona, US. A few days ago they received the draft UIC permit from EPA, and this definitely is an important milestone for the company. Because of reasons I will elaborate on in my article, I believe Excelsior will be granted the final UIC permit in January or February 2018. Read more about this, and implications for valuations, here:

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