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Yamana Gold : Trump Sets The Stage For A Huge Gold Rally In 2017

12/05/2016 | 08:01am


LONDON, December 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --








OilPrice.com [http://oilprice.com ] Market Commentary:  Global political tensions have
not been this palpable since 9/11, when gold prices jumped 32.87% in a single day, and the
amount of uncertainty being ushered in for 2017 promises to be great for the precious
metal-our age-hold hedge against chaos and instability.  For a fully-funded junior gold
miner backed by heavy hitters in one of the world's hottest venues--Fiore Exploration Ltd
(TSX Venture - F.V) the timing is brilliant, the production costs fantastic, and the
future golden. Mining companies in focus today include:  KCG Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: KCG),
Newmont Mining Corporation (NYSE: NEM), Barrick Gold Corporation (NYSE: ABX), IAMGOLD
Corporation (NYSE: IAG) and Yamana Gold Inc. (NYSE: AUY)



What we have right now is a situation in which gold prices are stable, but mining and
exploration, which has been all but halted, is very cheap, leaving all kinds of fantastic
plays up for grabs.
Combine this with the fact that an unpredictable and inflation-bent Trump is preparing to
take office in the U.S., the British prime minister is set to trigger a 'hard Brexit',
China's economic problems are mounting and most of the world is explosively tense, and you
have a situation in which gold is set for a premium.



Gold is the ultimate safe-haven and the ultimate means of payment when all else fails,
or when the uncertainty is high enough to fear this failure.



The transition is where billions are made-and the turning point in this story is upon
us.



Here is where you look for the small-cap that defies all the risky norms
[https://ceo.ca/@newton/five-thousand-words-with-tim-warman-ceo-of-fiore-exploration ] of
this class of precious metals miner.



This is exactly where you find Fiore, a company that is backed by a miner so big that
raising capital is as easy as snapping your fingers; a company that has chosen a prime
jurisdiction right next to an operating gold mine
[http://business.financialpost.com/midas-letter/podcast-fiore-exploration-ceo-tim-warman-on-gold-in-chile ]
; a company whose management team knows gold better than anyone.  



Here are 5 reasons to keep a close eye on this small-cap, heavy hitter:




1) Precious Again: Are you Ready for the Gold Rebound? 





Americans are buying gold like never before. U.S. demand for gold bars and coins was
up a massive 207% in Q3 2016.



According to the World Gold Council, this surging demand signals a level of interest
in gold investment "not seen since the global financial crisis."



Gold is being rendered even more attractive for Americans amid economic uncertainty
most succinctly expressed by billionaire investor Warren Buffett, of Berkshire Hathaway
Inc. (BRK.A), who noted that the U.S. is "less well equipped to handle a financial crisis
today than we were in 2008."



Central Banks the world over have also been stockpiling the precious metal since 2008,
at levels not seen since before 1970.



One of the world's biggest legends in mining, Canadian billionaire Frank Giustra, who
is also the founder of Lionsgate Entertainment Corporation (-LGF), is pouncing on gold
voraciously, and where his gold money goes, markets tend to follow. He's also the heavy
hitter backing Fiore [http://fioreexploration.com ].



Still, gold is under a bit of pressure, and the U.S. presidential elections certainly
didn't help. After climbing back up during the first three quarters of this year to be one
of the best performing assets of the year, gold experienced a volatile few days, taking a
dive on the 'surprise' victory of Trump, with a few unexplained ups and downs, largely
because no one could quite figure out what the President-elect would mean for the precious
metal.



Finally, during the last week of November, prices stabilized and are presently up
about 10% year to date. It's a solid price for miners-particularly for Fiore-but it's only
the beginning of a new era.



What comes next is what makes billionaires, because gold stocks are still cheap while
the fundamentals are fantastic. Kinross Gold (NYSE:KCG), Newmont Mining (NYSE:NEM),
Barrick Gold (NYSE:ABX) and IAMGold (NYSE:IAG) are all trading at less than 10 times cash
flow from operations per share.



Even with the modest recovery in prices this year, we saw TSX Venture gold stocks
create millionaires over night by tripling and quadrupling in value. So imagine what will
happen when Trump's inflationary policies set in, and the world reels from a geopolitical
uncertainty that is palpable...



While Election Day and the day after had markets in a state of panicked confusion, the
jury now seems to have deliberated, and the verdict is that Trump will be good for gold in
two very specific ways:




- Inflation-gold loves it. More to the point, Trump's build, build, build
infrastructure plans and ambitious defense spending visions are phenomenally
inflationary. But it is also possible that these policies will not lead to any
long-term sustainable growth, which would in turn lead to stagflation, which is an
even better friend to gold.
- Geopolitics-gold prices feed on risk, and there will be plenty of it. Even just a
change in government creates geopolitical uncertainty, but in this case the situation
is more extreme. Trump has indicated he will take an aggressive stance on issues
central to West Asia, and in general, we're looking at a world in which the U.S. may
meddle much less and cooperate much less. The power vacuums that ensue are where the
uncertainty lies. From the victory of a very divisive U.S. president and the rise of
right-wing parties in Europe, to Brexit, China's economic challenges and Russia's
warmongering, this is the uncertainty that gold loves. Gold is always put on a premium
pedestal in times of geopolitical uncertainty, even when it's not chaos.





Right now, gold is massively oversold, and historically, these are levels that always
lead to a major rally. It's the calm before the storm. Some analysts believe we could be
looking at gold prices of $1600 or higher this time next year already.



This is the brilliantly timed scenario in which Fiore is diving very aggressively
[http://www.pinnacledigest.com/articles/our-best-area-playever ] into Latin America's gold
bonanza.  




1) Heavy Hitters Mean Easy Capital, Strong Cash Flow 





Fiore breaks the mold when it comes to small-cap gold miners. There's nothing an
investor likes more than a company with positive cash flow and the ability to raise
capital with the snap of its fingers.



The company is backed by miner extraordinaire, Giustra, the Canadian business mogul
who really needs no introduction as he has financed countless high-level natural resource
deals. Giustra's mining prowess is nothing short of legendary, and capital follows him
around automatically.



This is what most everyone in the industry refers to as the "Giustra Premium", which
is exactly why Fiore has a higher market capitalization than one would expect for a
company at this stage.



And the company is nicely cashed-up, with $13.5 million in the treasury, thanks to $11
million in financing, in part from its two major shareholders, Giustra and Brian
Paes-Braga.



The dream team here extends beyond Giustra, to include some major players with very
serious track records:




- Brian Paes-Braga, another heavy hitter
- Advisor Paul Matysek, who has created shareholder value of well over $2 billion in
gold, lithium, potash and uranium
- CEO Tim Warman, a sought-after geologist with a string of successful, high-grade gold
projects behind him





Fiore, then, is not your average drill play. It can raise, and has raised, capital
easily so it can drill at will. And it's also positioned itself in the sweet spot of the
gold world, which brings us to Chile ...




1) Welcome to a Prolifically Golden Opportunity 





Fiore's property in Latin America is the right in the heart of Chile's main mining
center. There is absolutely no better location right now.



Here, at the Pampas El Penon project, Fiore has been drilling on an 8,000-meter RC
drill program since October, and it's right next to Yamana Gold's (NYSE:AUY) producing El
Penon gold mine. Which we already know is a sweet spot.



What they're looking for-and on track to find very quickly-is the high-grade gold
veins that Yamana is already mining next door
[http://www.pinnacledigest.com/articles/our-best-area-playever ].



In the industry, this is called 'closeology', and it doesn't get any closer than this.



Or does it? Well, in fact, it does. The five-year bear market for gold has led to some
amazingly low production costs. This means that Fiore is drilling for less than $100 a
meter. Even better, the infrastructure is already in place, and drilling can continue year
round.




1) The Gold Deal of 2016 





As soon as Fiore sees drilling success, it can expand its drilling program without
going back to the market. It's brilliantly financed for this. That means that when it
wants to earn in to 100% of Pampas El Penon, it will take $1.8 million worth of work, and
one payment of a half million dollars-all of which the company is already set up to
handle.



And it won't stop with Pampas. The plan is to add at least one new asset before the
end of this year, maybe more.



These are first-movers parked right next to a major producing gold mine, and they're
ready to take on more-Pampas is just a starter project, but a big one backed by heavy
hitters.



Backed by big money, Fiore is taking advantage of a huge exploration vacuum in Latin
America. Exploration has almost completely come to a standstill, and exploration budgets
are down by 60% over the past five years. There are massive projects out there that have
been orphaned, and Fiore has stepped in with the money and expertise at a time when things
are about to change.




1) Gold Mining Stocks Have the Advantage, Fiore Has Even More 





Owning gold mining stocks is a brilliant move right now. Gold mining stocks are
leveraged to the price of gold, while production costs are way below market price. This
means that any small increase in the market price is a bonanza for the mining stock
holder.



Here's where Fiore rules the first-mover day in Latin America. While some gold miners
are drowning in debt, Fiore has none and it's managed by a dream team of value-creators
who know geology, know gold and are hungry to drill and expand.



The bear market is playing into Fiore's hands in a big way. Majors are still divesting,
and Fiore is still shopping. This is where to be when the first drilling news comes in.



By. James Burgess of Oilprice.com [http://oilprice.com ]



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