• Junior Explorer Moves Forward in 'Prime Gold Real Estate'

    Junior Explorer Moves Forward in 'Prime Gold Real Estate'

    Source: Jay Taylor for Streetwise Reports 12/05/2019 Jay Taylor of J. Taylor's Gold, Energy & Tech Stocks examines the prospects of a company working in the exploration and development of Larder gold deposits along the Cadillac-Larder Lake Fault in Ontario.Gatling Exploration Inc. (GTR:TSX.V; GATGF:OTCQX) Trades Toronto: GTR US OTC: GATGF Shares Outstanding: 47.5 million Price 10/25/19: US$0.356; 12/5/19 US$0.32 Market Cap: ~US$17 million Cash: ~$4 million Gold Resource (All NI-43-101 Categories): 960,800 ounces (The current gold resource calculation is broken down in the following chart) Progress Rating: A3 Phone: 604-678-5308 Web: Gatlingexploration.com Mining, like any business, is all about people. For success in the junior exploration business, you obviously need to start with good, competent exploration geologists. Gatling Exploration is strong in that regard, with Dale Ginn leading that task. He and Nav Dhaliwal (the President and CEO) have proven their ability to succeed in the exploration business with a huge amount of success at Bonterra. But few stories covered in this letter have been as disappointing tome as Bonterra. The downturn came after a monetary infusion brought in a merger and management company that not only killed the upside that was to be had thanks to the successful exploration efforts of Ginn and his team, but after a merger with Metanor, the stock dropped like a rock. But there is good news! The Larder Project located on the Ontario/Quebec border and owned by Bonterra was spun off to shareholders into what is now Gatling Exploration. And the successful Dhaliwal/Ginn team left Bonterra to head up this very promising project located along the prolific Cadillac-Larder Lake Fault in Ontario. By the looks of things, Ginn and Dhaliwal have picked up where they left off with the same kind of success on the Gladiator Gold Discovery as when they were at Bonterra. As you can see from the map above, the company's Larder Project is located along the Cadillac-Larder fault zone in prime gold real estate. Along that fault zone, lies the 24-million-ounce Kirkland Lake mine to the west. And just a few kilometers to the east of the Larder mine is the 10.5-million-ounce Kerr Addison gold mine. In fact the gold mineralization on the Larder Project is exactly identical to the Kerr Addison Mine. By no means is this a new discovery. What management is very sure about is that these various zones that were drilled by different companies in the past are all continuously gold mineralized. Having locked up the area noted above that makes up the Larder Project means that Gatling is free to fill in these gaps. A very important fact is that some 31,000 meters of drilling was carried out in the past by such well-known senior mining firms as Teck and Goldfields. None of that data has been factored into the resource of nearly 1 million ounces, nor have the significant meters of drilling this year been factored into the resource. With success, management has ...read more
  • 'Enormous Mineral Potential' Seen in Montana Mine Site

    'Enormous Mineral Potential' Seen in Montana Mine Site

    Source: James Kwantes for Streetwise Reports 12/03/2019 A site visit to this company's project generated optimism in James Kwantes of Resource Opportunities.Assays are pending for holes drilled this season at Iron Mountain and Camp Zone, two of Group Ten Metals Inc.'s (PGE:TSX.V; PGEZF:OTCQB; 5D32:FSE) most advanced targets at the Stillwater West platinum group element (PGE)-copper-nickel project in south-central Montana. I initiated coverage on Group Ten in the Oct. 9, 2017, newsletter and recently went on a site visit to the company's 54-square-kilometer Stillwater West property. The visit reinforced the enormous mineral potential and gave me a glimpse of some of the hurdles that will need to be cleared in order to create shareholder value. I flew into Billings, Montana's largest city with a population of about 110,000, and it was a one-hour drive to Red Lodge, where I stayed. Red Lodge is the Gateway to Yellowstone Park and nestled against the majestic Beartooth Mountains. With coal mining roots and a tourist flavor, Red Lodge has multiple bars alongside real estate offices, art galleries (with some mining-themed art) and stores selling MAGA gear. It's another hour's drive to Nye (population 300), where Group Ten's core facility and helicopter landing zone are located. Nye is also on the doorstep of the Stillwater mine complex, which has three producing mines that form the highest-grade major platinum group metals (PGM) deposit in the world. Group Ten inherited a vast amount of historical data on Stillwater West, including some 28,000 meters of drill core. Company geologists have reevaluated about 12,000 meters of that core, and some of that has been submitted for assay, in cases where it was not assayed or assayed for only certain metals. Group Ten is that rare junior mining company that is on the radar of majors but still under the radar for most retail investors. Majors are interested because Stillwater West truly has the potential to host multiple economic deposits (overuse has rendered "district scale" an almost-meaningless cliché, but it applies here). I believe Stillwater West hosts several bulk-tonnage deposits containing nickel and copper as well as platinum group metals, gold, rhodium and cobalt. And the company is closer to delineating deposits at Stillwater West than many people expect, because of the historical data and core (Group Ten's qualified person (QP), Mike Ostensen, was also QP for much of the prior drilling). According to its Oct. 31 news release, the company plans to publish mineral resource estimates at the three most advanced targets on the property: Iron Mountain, Camp Zone and Chrome Mountain. Impression #1: It was quickly apparent that mining is part of this area's DNA and it's not just the Stillwater mine complex, a major employer. You can buy miner's boots (among other more peculiar and charming items) at the general store in Fishtail, which has been open since 1900. Red Lodge was founded on coal; Nye used to be a ...read more
  • Fund Manager's Top Performing Precious Metals Companies for 2019

    Fund Manager's Top Performing Precious Metals Companies for 2019

    Source: Streetwise Reports 12/03/2019 Ralph Aldis, portfolio manager at U.S. Global Investors, in this interview with Streetwise Reports, looks back at trends in 2019 and looks ahead to what we may expect in the precious metals in 2020; he also discusses the top performers in the precious metals fund that he manages.Streetwise Reports: Ralph, thanks for joining us today. Looking back at 2019, what were some of the trends in precious metals that impressed you? Ralph Aldis: I think gold's relentless grind higher has been very impressive despite the dollar maintaining some strength. Obviously, the Federal Reserve has cut rates three times now, and that has been positive. But it hasn't been a straight line up, of course. In the third quarter we seem to have a little bit of a broadening out in the precious metals trade. Gold got to the $1,500 level and stalled around there, above it and below it, maybe establishing a new base. But we did get rotation into silver. I think that was the best performing precious metal for the third quarter, up around 10%. And platinum got some money into it, started catching up and was up for the quarter. But palladium has been extremely hot related to catalytic converters to control auto emissions, and platinum has been left on the sidelines because that's used more in diesel engines, whose market share has certainly dropped, particularly in Europe. But that bottoming out of the trade says investors are getting positioned across multiple precious metals assets. And then at U.S. Global Funds more recently, what we've seen that gives us a positive slant is that on some of these days in the past couple of weeks where we've had gold getting knocked down, we've actually seen some of our biggest inflows coming in. So there is a buy the dip attitude out there on gold price. It's like people can see what's coming. They hear the trade talks with China maybe are going to solve things, although I don't think that's the case. But this ball that's rolling at us is getting bigger, and gold and the other precious metals seem to be getting some traction. And it doesn't hurt also that countries like Serbia, Poland and Hungary have been buying gold. If you look at people who understand money, central banks are continuing to buy gold. That's probably going to continue to happen here. SWR: Your fund, the U.S. Global Investors Gold and Precious Metals Fund (USERX), is up about 43% over the 12-month period ending at the end of October. What stocks were your top performers? RA: The one that had the most impact was Wesdome Gold Mines Ltd. (WDO:TSX), up around 137% over the past 12 months. The management team at Wesdome, led by CEO Duncan Middlemiss, has done an excellent job in unlocking the potential at its Eagle River operations and the Kiena Complex ...read more
  • Vanadium Company Uncovers New Gold Target in Nevada Project

    Vanadium Company Uncovers New Gold Target in Nevada Project

    Source: Peter Epstein for Streetwise Reports 12/03/2019 First Vanadium CEO Paul Cowley speaks with Peter Epstein of Epstein Research about the state of the vanadium market and his company's plans to explore the newly found gold target on the Carlin Trend in Nevada.First Vanadium Corp. (FVAN:TSX.V; FVANF:OTCQB) is one of the very few survivors of a brutal sell-off in Canadian and Australian-listed vanadium juniors. Nearly a dozen of the 100+ names I'm tracking are down more than 80% from their respective 52-week highs. Even industry-leading vanadium producer Largo Resources is not immune; it's down 74%. Since the Chinese vanadium pentoxide (V2O5) price hit an inflation-adjusted 13-year high of US$33.9/lb about 12 months ago, prices have plunged 82%. Few experts expected the price to remain above US$30/lb, or US$25 or US$20 for that matter. But, the current price of $6.2/lb is half or less of what most vanadium juniors were hoping to base their preliminary (PEA, PFS) economic studies off of. Most new projects on the drawing board simply don't work at today's prices. However, First Vanadium's large, high-grade, near-surface, primary vanadium project in Nevada could potentially be viable at a price below US$10/lb. [NI 43-101 resource: 303 million pounds Indicated @ 0.615% V2O5] / [75 million pounds Inferred @ 0.52% V2O5] [Corporate Presentation] Readers may recall that First Vanadium's property is in the Carlin Gold Trend. CEO Paul Cowley knew he had one or more gold targets at depth, but two years ago, he had a straightforward, low-cost shot at delineating an attractive vanadium resource, so that's the path the team took. Paul tells me he underestimated the strength of the gold prospect, only coming to understand the bigger picture with a decisive stamp of approval from legendary geologist Dave Mathewson. Mathewson has joined First Vanadium's stellar Technical Advisory Board. With a fully funded PEA to be delivered in Q1 2020, management has more time to prudently pursue the gold opportunity. With that in mind, the team is looking for a strategic / financial partner to move the gold target forward. Although the following interview of CEO Cowley is focused more on the newly announced gold prospect, he and his talented team remain excited by their vanadium resource and newly identified gold target, both on the same property. Please continue reading to learn more. Peter Epstein: Please update readers on the status of First Vanadium's flagship Carlin primary vanadium project in north-central Nevada (USA). Paul Cowley: We have had a busy 2019 with the Carlin Vanadium resource since it was announced in February. It has been, and will continue to be, our primary focus. We added to our land position, extended mineralization and achieved crucial metallurgical advancements, enabling us to move forward to the next stage. Our large, high-grade, primary vanadium resource is being advanced via a Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA), conducted by Wood Canada Ltd., a highly reputable international engineering firm. Completion of the PEA is expected in ...read more
  • An Inside Look at Private Placements

    An Inside Look at Private Placements

    Source: Maurice Jackson for Streetwise Reports 12/02/2019 Sector expert Maurice Jackson begins a four-part series on private placements with a conversation with Tekoa Da Silva of Sprott USA.Maurice Jackson: Thank you for joining us for aspecial four-part series entitled All About Private Placements. Joining us for a conversation is Tekoa Da Silva; he is an accomplished licensed financial advisor for Sprott USA, the preeminent name in the natural resources space. Full disclosure, the following is not a Sprott USA endorsed product, and is for educational purposes only. Tekoa Da Silva: Hi, Maurice, pleasure to be with you. Maurice Jackson: There's a lot of ambiguity regarding private placements and we thought it would be good for readers to have a comprehensive overview regarding this topic. Tekoa, what is a private placement? Tekoa Da Silva: My understanding is that it's simply a vehicle that is used to allow an investor to fund directly a corporate entity. I'm guessing in the context of this conversation, private placement is probably in relation to natural resources and mining industries. And I believe the bottom two segments of that industry, in exploration and development-stage businesses, [private placements are] their lifeline, in terms of their primary source of capital infusion. A private placement is a vehicle used to move cash directly into the entity, and then in exchange for your cash, you get some form of security or ownership. And the securities that you could get could be common stock, they could be stock options, warrants, debt securities. So that is what a private placement generally is. Maurice Jackson: So it allows you to get either shares or a debenture. How do I participate in a private placement? Tekoa Da Silva: Assuming that we're talking about the North American context, and if you are, let's say, based in the U.S., an accredited investor, how would you participate in a private placement? I think if a person is sitting in front of a computer at home and they see a press release come up for, let's say, a gold exploration company, and they look at it and it says that the company is announcing a private placement and they say, how do I participate in that?, probably the first thing that a person would do, or could do, is to call the company or e-mail them and say, "I'd like to participate." What would happen next is the company would reply and probably provide a few documents. A private placement memorandum is the lead document and they would provide that to the person to complete and return, and that would start the process of participating in a private placement. The investor relations personnel of that company would sort of hold your hand and walk you through the process of that. Maurice Jackson: What are the requirements to participate in a private placement? Tekoa Da Silva: The requirements to participate in a private placement, again, from the North American ...read more
  • Big Picture Outlook: Seat Belts Tightened

    Big Picture Outlook: Seat Belts Tightened

    Source: Michael Ballanger for Streetwise Reports 12/02/2019 Sector expert Michael Ballanger offers his latest insights into the markets and his investment strategy as 2019 winds down."Gold is money; everything else is credit." —J.P. Morgan Dating back to the mid-80s, and usually around the end of November, I begin to formulate strategies and portfolios looking out to the upcoming New Year, taking into account technical, fundamental and geopolitical factors in an effort to avoid career-ending draw-downs while posting a respectable degree of performance. Being a player in both the commodity and equity arenas, it is no surprise that over the past forty years of covering precious metals and stocks, the landscape has changed in a manner that defies the term "evolution." A better term to describe the metamorphosis in the credit and equity markets, particularly since 2009, would be the use of the term "deformation," as government-sponsored intervention has thrown a toxic curve ball at the analytical batter's box. The days where charts of the Dow Jones and five-year gross domestic product (GDP) growth could be coupled with few bank-generated reports on the economy to arrive at a bullish/bearish stance are gone forever, joining the dodo bird and human traders on the list of extinct species. Whereas the two primary drivers of market volatility used to be fear and greed, the only driver left today is policy, as in central bank usage of financial markets to govern final demand. Years ago, I first learned of the term "full, true, and plain disclosure" while studying to obtain my securities license. This term was in every offering prospectus issued by the underwriting departments of the major brokerage firms during a period where, in Canada, no banks were permitted to dabble. (After June 30, 1987, Canadian banks began absorbing all of the privately held investment firms.) As we move rapidly from 2019 to 2020, that term has to be altered slightly to reflect the more pressing issues facing investors, such that the word "disclosure" is to be replaced by the word "discovery." All commodities and or securities, whether debt or equity, that are publicly traded must be done so under the proviso of "full, true, and plain discovery." I offer this suggestion in the interest of addressing the issue of market integrity because since 2009, and with rapidly accelerating frequency, these blatant interventions and constant interference have combined with diabolical ferocity in removing the "full, true, and plain" descriptives from the term "price discovery," and without those three words, all markets devolve into chaotic cesspools of randomness. You see, absent the rule of law, all societies become feral; absent proper price discovery, all markets become unpredictable. Stated another way, driving at night demands that roads have markings. Absent those markings, roads become hazardous. As an analyst, I have been forced to drive always at night, headlights off, moon behind dark clouds and with no road markings whatsoever. This is ...read more
  • Riverside Resources Takes on New Project in Ontario

    Riverside Resources Takes on New Project in Ontario

    Source: Maurice Jackson for Streetwise Reports 12/02/2019 Freeman Smith, VP of exploration at Riverside Resources, speaks to Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable about his company's exploration plans for its newest project in Ontario.Maurice Jackson: Joining us for a conversation is Freeman Smith, the vice president of exploration for Riverside Resources Inc. (RRI:TSX.V; RVSDF:OTCQB). Glad to have you on the program to discuss the latest developments coming from Riverside Resources Where Knowledge Is Golden. Mr. Smith, you have some exciting developments to share with readers regarding Riverside Resources' footprint expansion in Ontario. Freeman, take us to Ontario and provide us with some historical mining context on the province. Freeman Smith: I think we know that Ontario is one of the larger mining districts in the world, particularly the Greenstone Belt, one of the most famous being Timmins, which has produced several hundred million ounces over its lifetime, and it has a lot more share with us. A lesser known but not lesser significant is the Geraldton Greenstone Belt, which is just to the west of the Timmins Greenstone Belt and it hosts a number of deposits. The one that it's quite interesting and got us into the area is the Hardrock gold deposit, which is currently at about 8.5 Moz. in reserves and resources. Maurice Jackson: Speaking of the Geraldton Belt, Mr. Smith, please provide us some context for today's discussion by introducing the Beardmore Geraldton Gold Belt. Freeman Smith: Well, Beardmore Geraldton, as the name implies, extends from a little town called Beardmore, east to another town called Geraldton, which is a larger mining district with quite a history. The nearest city would be Thunder Bay to the south and Timmins to the east. It's probably in the order of 250 kilometers long and about 40 kilometers wide, and it hosts a number of deposits both past and present. One of the reasons we're there is because of Greenstone's activity in the area. Maurice Jackson: Germane to the Beardmore Geraldton Gold Belt, Riverside has made a strategic acquisition there. Please introduce us to the newest project in the property bank. Freeman Smith: The newest project is called the Pichette. It's named after the original prospector that prospected in the area and found the Pichette Showing, which is near our project boundary. It's high-grade gold in shear zones, very similar to other deposits and mines in the area. Looking at the Geraldton Greenstone Belt, this is a generalization of the whole area. The trend seems to be with mines tending along the road. The big elephant in the room, the reason we're there, the one that attracted us to the area is called the Hardrock deposit. It's been known about for a while and it was developed by Premier Mining. Eventually it brought in the partner Centerra Gold and they've been talking about production and going into production in the near future. That deposit ...read more
  • Indonesia Rule on Nickel Helps Playfair Mining in Norway

    Indonesia Rule on Nickel Helps Playfair Mining in Norway

    Source: Bob Moriarty for Streetwise Reports 12/01/2019 Bob Moriarty of 321gold discusses the Indonesian government's actions in the nickel market and how they might affect a company with a project in Norway.As the world's largest producer of nickel, the actions of the Indonesian government not only affect those companies working in Indonesia but also half way around the world. In 2014 the country restricted the export of nickel concentrate in an effort to force producers to construct smelting plants in the country. As a result production dropped from 400,000 tons a year to 100,000. In 2017, Indonesia relaxed the export regulations on the export of low-grade nickel in an effort to stimulate their flagging economy. The actions of Indonesia regarding permission to export nickel concentrate have caused great confusion in the nickel market with warehouse stocks of nickel dropping almost 90% and the price of the metal bouncing up and down. No one is certain what the Indonesian government will do next but their convoluted behavior has opened new opportunities along with new danger in the nickel market. Playfair Mining Ltd (PLY:TSX.V) is a micro-junior with aspirations to advance three base metals projects in Norway. The company announced an option on March 1st of 2019 to pick up 100% of three contiguous nickel/copper/cobalt properties in an historic mining district in south central Norway. The terms are a little convoluted but basically say that Playfair will issue over time 9.9% of their shares and spend a certain amount of money in exploration to own 100% of the projects subject to a 3% NSR. What Playfair calls their RKV target included two past producing copper VMS mines and a nickel/copper deposit with an historic, non-43-101 resource of 400,000 tons of nickel and copper. The gross metal value in the non-43-101 resource produced by Falconbridge based on 109 drill holes would total about $64 million. So it is an indication of potential. Playfair has conducted a custom MMI survey over the property. MMI is a patented geochemical process owned by SGS to locate deep buried mineral deposits. The company released what appears to be highly successful results in early November of 2019. VMS deposits tend to occur in clusters so finding a group of them in an area is an indication that there easily could be more. And their nickel target already had a significant resource albeit historic but from one of the giants in the industry, Falconbridge. Playfair has done what they said all along they would do. Their next step is to conduct a scout drill program where drill results will dictate what happens next. With a $3.2 million market cap, there just isn't much of a risk to the stock. It either goes to zero or up a lot. Playfair is an advertiser. I have participated in the last PP and I look forward to the upcoming drill program. Do your own due diligence. Playfair Mining PLY-V $0.045 (Nov ...read more
  • Analyst Downgrades Gold Producer After It Agrees to Acquire Midsized Miner

    Analyst Downgrades Gold Producer After It Agrees to Acquire Midsized Miner

    Source: Streetwise Reports 11/30/2019 The perceived pros and cons of the transaction are provided in a CIBC report.In a Nov. 25 research note, analyst Cosmos Chiu reported that CIBC downgraded its rating to Neutral and lowered its target price to CA$60 per share from CA$73 (current share price CA$55.79) on Kirkland Lake Gold Inc. (KL:TSX; KL:NYSE) due to the increased risk associated with the miner's agreement to acquire Detour Gold Corp. (DGC:TSX). The transaction is expected to close in Q1/20. Chiu pointed out that another potential downside to the deal is that it could cause a slowdown in Kirkland Lake's current efforts to optimize its operations, the Fosterville and Macassa projects, and hamper progress with its Macassa mine. The major benefit of the transaction, Chiu noted, however, is it will expand Kirkland Lake's project portfolio. "Long term, we see the merits of this acquisition, by adding a third cornerstone [open-pit] mine to the asset base and potentially creating a Canadian champion," he added. With the acquisition, Kirkland Lake's reserve base will jump to 21 million ounces (20 Moz) from 5.75 Moz. Its production will increase in 2020 to 1.621 Moz from 1 Moz. However, the all-in sustaining cost will rise in tandem, to CA$773 per ounce from CA$564 per ounce. Merging the two companies is estimated to result in about CA$75–100 million of pre-tax synergies per year. The analyst reviewed the terms of the acquisition agreement. All outstanding Detour Gold shares will be exchanged for Kirkland Lake shares at a ratio of 0.4343 Kirkland share to 1 Detour share. Accordingly, when the deal closes, existing Kirkland Lake shareholders will own about 73% of the company, and Detour Gold shareholders will own about 27%. Chiu concluded that "while the proposed acquisition of Detour Lake is a change from Kirkland Lake's previous focus on high-grade underground operations, it adds a long-life Canadian producing asset that should help the company deliver continued free cash flow growth in the future." Next, Kirkland Lake will announce results from its exploratory drilling at Fosterville. Those are expected by year-end 2019. Sign up for our FREE newsletter at: www.streetwisereports.com/get-news Disclosure: 1) Doresa Banning compiled this article for Streetwise Reports LLC and provides services to Streetwise Reports as an independent contractor. She or members of her household own securities of the following companies mentioned in the article: None. She or members of her household are paid by the following companies mentioned in this article: None. 2) The following companies mentioned in this article are billboard sponsors of Streetwise Reports: None. Click here for important disclosures about sponsor fees. 3) Comments and opinions expressed are those of the specific experts and not of Streetwise Reports or its officers. The information provided above is for informational purposes only and is not a recommendation to buy or sell any security. 4) The article does not constitute investment advice. ...read more
  • Canada Asset 'Sale Helps Company Focus on Mexico'

    Canada Asset 'Sale Helps Company Focus on Mexico'

    Source: Streetwise Reports 11/30/2019 The specifics and benefits of the transaction are addressed in a ROTH Capital Partners report.In a Nov. 22 research note, ROTH Capital Partners analyst Joe Reagor reported that Avino Silver & Gold Mines Ltd. (ASM:TSX.V; ASM:NYSE.MKT; GV6:FSE) agreed to sell its Bralorne gold project in British Columbia to Talisker Resources. "The sale is a positive for the company as it improves its balance sheet and allows the company to refocus on its Mexico asset," highlighted Reagor. Also, the transaction should "remove some holding costs and general and administrative expenses from future expenses." The resulting cash infusion should help improve Avino's overall valuation. According to the agreement, Reagor relayed, the total consideration for the asset will include about $6.6 million in cash, 9.9% of Talisker's outstanding shares following an announced financing, a 50% warrant coverage and a $2.5 million cash payment if and when Talisker starts commercial production at Bralorne. Reagor noted that the deal terms appear fair and in line with the value ROTH assigned the project. ROTH has a Buy rating and a $1.25 per share price target on Avino. The stock is now trading at around $0.71 per share. Sign up for our FREE newsletter at: www.streetwisereports.com/get-news Disclosure: 1) Doresa Banning compiled this article for Streetwise Reports LLC and provides services to Streetwise Reports as an independent contractor. She or members of her household own securities of the following companies mentioned in the article: None. She or members of her household are paid by the following companies mentioned in this article: None. 2) The following companies mentioned in this article are billboard sponsors of Streetwise Reports: None. Click here for important disclosures about sponsor fees. 3) Comments and opinions expressed are those of the specific experts and not of Streetwise Reports or its officers. The information provided above is for informational purposes only and is not a recommendation to buy or sell any security. 4) The article does not constitute investment advice. Each reader is encouraged to consult with his or her individual financial professional and any action a reader takes as a result of information presented here is his or her own responsibility. By opening this page, each reader accepts and agrees to Streetwise Reports' terms of use and full legal disclaimer. This article is not a solicitation for investment. Streetwise Reports does not render general or specific investment advice and the information on Streetwise Reports should not be considered a recommendation to buy or sell any security. Streetwise Reports does not endorse or recommend the business, products, services or securities of any company mentioned on Streetwise Reports. 5) From time to time, Streetwise Reports LLC and its directors, officers, employees or members of their families, as well as persons interviewed for articles and interviews on the site, may have a long or short position in securities ...read more