We were joined for a sponsor update by Fury Gold Mines’ CEO Tim Clark and Exploration SVP Bryan Atkinson ( FURY). The good news keeps on coming. 2022’s last three drill holes were recently released. Multiple zones of high-grade gold were drilled at the Hinge Target, including 22.77 g/t Gold over 1.5 meters. So far, they hit gold in 55% of the Hinge drill holes. In addition, they just defined six targets along the Cannard Deformation Zone at Lac Clarkie.

CEO Clark was quite pleased with these results. 2022 marked a year of transformation for Fury. Among the highlights were the sale of Homestake Ridge project to Dolly Varden Silver for cash and shares, and the disposition of C$6.8 from a partial sale of their position. Closing of a C$11 million private placement that brought on a Canadian corporate investor and a well-know US institutional investor. Consolidation of the Éléonore South Joint Venture with Newmont, thus facilitating the JV’s drilling. 25% extension of mineralization at West Eau Claire along with multiple stacked zones of gold mineralization at the Hinge Target. Finally, the completion of their Eau Claire 17,700m drill program. And of the course the stock rebounded well off its 2022 low.

With all these accomplishments, CEO Clarke avers that Fury is a different company today than it was prior to his taking the helm. 2023 promises to be an even more pivotal year. SVP Atkinson is currently analyzing the data and results and is in the process of setting up the 2023 program, for which the cash is in the bank. With so many choices this is no easy task. He stated that at least part of the program will be directed towards the new Cannard targets.

As Clark promised, the news flow has quickened as have the results. We’re holding tight with our position.

Company Website: https://furygoldmines.com

Ticker Symbols: NYSE/TSX: FURY

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With all the talk of Chinese balloons and the prospect of interstellar war, you’d think that our sci-fi nightmares are coming to life. John Rubino comes on the show to touch on a number of things—extending far beyond financial matters—that the government has been getting away with. We discuss strange phenomena amongst other recent and relevant topics, namely the promising future of Uranium stocks—with many countries developing nuclear power plants. We also cover the housing implosion with specific regard to Miami condominiums and new government requirements. Tune in for more insight. 

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John Rubino Substack

Direct download: John_Rubino_13.Feb.23.mp3
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Data for common stock warrants can be hard to find, but our guest in this episode is dedicated to making this data accessible as well as recommending stocks. Dudley Baker started Precious Metals Warrants back in 2005 to provide information on the precious metals sector, and later expanded this database to all warrants trading in the US and Canada. Now called Common Stock Warrants, the site is a go-to resource for any stock/warrant inquiries, and Dudley recommends six picks that he is currently investing in. Some of these companies are trading at about as cheap as you’ll ever find, but have great relative value and the potential for high profits. 

1. Mega Uranium
2. Land Copper and Gold
3. Aris Gold
4. Silver Spruce Resources
5. Riverside Resources
6. First Mining Gold

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
Common Stock Warrants

Direct download: Dudley_baker_13.Feb.23..mp3
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