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STARCORE INTERNATIONAL VENTURES LTD.  TSX-SAM

Starcore International is a gold and silver producer in Mexico and a 'Tier One' company listed on the TSX-V under the symbol SAM.

The San Martin Gold mine was acquired January 2007 from Goldcorp Inc. It is located about 50 km east of the City of Querétaro in Querétaro State, a few hours drive from Mexico City. The company currently retains an 80 to 20 joint venture agreement with Goldcorp. Inc. in the development of the Cerro Dolores, El Transito Deposit 190 km south - southwest of Mexico City. The El Transito Deposit is a silver-lead-zinc replacement orebody defined by over $US 2 million in development expenditures

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Gold & Silver Seeker Report: This Week in Mining Issue #19: Gold Holding Strong, Drill Results, Royalties & St
By: Chris Marchese, Chief Mining Analyst at GoldSeek.com  | June 28, 2020

With the gold price refusing to be knocked down below the $1,700/oz. level, it finished the weak above $1,750 [spot] and looks to be building a base, readying for its next leg higher. With continued monetary and fiscal malfeasance, showing no signs of abating anytime soon, it Is only a matter of time until new all-time highs in gold are reached. This will bode very well for the mining stocks. The trend higher is intact but the complex should get a boost once Q3 earnings are released, as most companies were impacted to some degree in Q2 due to suspension of operations.

$AXU, $CXB.TO, $CXBMF, $CLM.V, $SIOCF, $GLDX.V, $SSPXF, $GPL, $GRSL.V, $GRSLF, $LDG.TO, $LGDTF, $MKO.V, $MAKOF, $MTA, $OSK.TO, $OBNNF, $VGCX.TO, $VITFF, $VZLA.V, $VIZSF, $WPM

Gold & Silver Seeker Report: This Week in Mining Issue #18: Will Gold Finally Break Resistance? and Another Bidding
By: Chris Marchese, Chief Mining Analyst at GoldSeek.com  | June 19, 2020

This past week was a rather wild rate for the mining indices as they traded in a rather wide range. Gold and mining equities will likely break-out or break-down, at least in the near-term [as we could see the summer doldrums]. A breakdown to the $1,650/oz. level would be healthy and build a strong base for the next leg up. However, with everything that is going on the world, gold and silver should already be much higher. Nonetheless, it is only a short-matter so position right, hold tight and block out of the noise of no-nothings who constantly bash gold due to ignorance, not by fact or logic.

$RZZ.V, $ATBYF, $AGG.V, $AGGFF, $CDV.TO, $CRDNF, $ELY.V, $ELYGF, $FSX.V, $FSXLF, $CGM.TO, $TPRFF, $GBR.V, $GTBAF, $KNT.V, $KNTNF, $KGC, $KTN.V, $KOOYF, $BMK.V, $MCDMF, $MKO.V, $MAKOF, $MUX, $TRX, $TNX.TO

New All-Time High Silver Price within Two Years says Analyst Chris Marchese
By: Chris Marchese, Chief Mining Analyst at GoldSeek.com  | June 18, 2020

Chris Marchese is the chief mining analyst at SilverSeek.com & GoldSeek.com. In this interview, he shares that he foresees a new all-time high silver price within two years. Chris also offers his take on where the gold price is headed and whether we will see doldrums or fireworks in the precious metals sector this summer. He also provides commentary on the junior mining sector and how he arranges his mining portfolio.

Gold & Silver Seeker Report: This Week in Mining Issue #17: Consolidation Continues & More Monetary Shenanigans
By: Chris Marchese, Chief Mining Analyst at GoldSeek  | June 15, 2020

With the Federal Reserve providing an ideal environment for higher precious metals prices through 0% interest rates, continuation of massive asset purchases, and potentially fixing the yield curve, precious metals prices are poised to take-off in the not too distant future. The gold price continues to consolidate, unable to break resistance, gold and silver prices are still at risk of a correction. It wouldn't be surprising or unhealthy to see gold test the mid-to-low $1,600's but that remains to be seen and therefore a correction in mining stocks. For the week ended June 12th, news-flow continues to be rather subdued as company's focus on ramping up operations, although M&A continues. Stay nimble.

Equinox Gold Report: Analysis & Appraisal of The Premier High-Growth, Mid-Tier Producer
By: Chris Marchese, Chief Mining Analyst at GoldSeek.com  | June 11, 2020

If you’re looking for material and high-quality growth in an intermediate gold producer, Equinox might be right up your ally. As previously mentioned, the company has everything necessary to create and unlock significant value for shareholders through the course of the gold bull market.

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