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Why West Africa is Primed for Gold Discoveries

There have probably been more significant discoveries in West Africa in the last 5 or 10 years than in any other part of the world, so it’s currently a focus for me for two main reasons. First, West Africa has the right geology for gold deposits – that’s the main reason. The second reason is that it’s a relatively politically stable part of Africa.

The End of Gold and Silver Mining

Given exploding costs and “time to production” (from discovery to commercial mining) the financial hell rained down on the industry by seven years of gold, silver and mining share suppression will not be overcome by any circumstance. Thus, while the “end of mining” may not occur literally, it by all and intents already has practically.

US Exports More Gold To Hong Kong Than It Produces

U.S. gold production declined 5% in the first four months of the year from 72.7 metric tons in 2013, to 69.1 mt this year. And in the same Jan-Apr period of 2014, the U.S. exported more gold to Hong Kong (29% higher) than it produced from its domestic mining industry.

Some Gold Mining Stocks May Outperform Gold Itself

Gold mining equities have become attractive to investors once more, after spending years out of fashion as respectable investments, given corporate governance problems and ballooning capital budgets. It makes sense to look at assets that were “absolutely punished and massively sold” in the past

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