A Simple Way to Leverage Gold Gains

I decided well over a decade ago that the real estate market was no longer a suitable home — in the short term — for the little speculative capital I had to allocate.

That’s when I started investing in and speculating on junior mining stocks.

After a few valuable losses, I was able to consistently hit doubles, triples, and even a few tenbaggers.

But I realized that as profitable as doubles and triples and even ten baggers were… There was an even more lucrative way to accelerate the gains in my portfolio: through private placements.

You see, I was doing consulting work to help vet deals for a high net worth group that was among the most influential in the space.
I learned that for every 100%, 200%, and 1000% gain I made when I picked right... Those who were participating in private placements were amplifying those gains by helping finance these companies.
The financings often came with a lucrative — especially in bull markets — sweetener in the form of a warrant, which is simply the option, but not the obligation, to buy more shares at a predetermined price for a predefined period of time.
In one case a C$0.10 stock went to $1.50. We did well with that pick. But the people who helped finance that C$0.10 stock had also received the option of buying another share at C$0.15 for every share they had purchased at C$0.10.

That’s right. If I had simply participated in the private placement at the C$0.10 level and allocated C$10,000 to buy 100,000 shares...

I would not only now have C$150,000 from the share appreciation… But I would also have had the opportunity to buy another 100,000 shares worth C$150,0000 for C$15,000.

Instead of making $150,000 on a $10,000 investment… by participating in the private placement I could have leveraged that into a $300,000 win on $25,000 spent.

The problem was I wasn’t allowed to play in the sandbox yet.
I didn't meet the definition of an accredited investor that’s required in order to participate in these types of deals.

That was years ago. And the years of research and deal flow has allowed me the opportunity and access to deals across the entire commodity space. These range from private to public companies.
These opportunities span the full junior mining value cycle — from pure greenfield exploration to late stage development plays with resources and economic studies in place.

These are real private deals not crowdsourced deals that everyone can access.

In the past several years I’ve been able to personally write checks for deals like:
  • Magna Gold at $0.10 with a subsequent near-term high of $1.89 — 1,790% gains

  • Nevada Sunrise at $0.03 with a subsequent high of $0.31 — 933% gains

  • Angus Gold at $0.30 with a subsequent high of $1.51 —  403% gains

  • First Light at $0.10 with a subsequent high of $0.49 — 390% gains
That's why I’m excited to share with you the launch of my new private placement service Junior Resource Insider.

The first deal just closed a few days ago and is already up over 40%.

I’m working on the next deal as we speak and will be introducing that in the next few days.

The recent consolidation in the gold space, after last year’s new all-time highs, presents the perfect window of opportunity to start taking advantage of the friendly terms that tend to accompany these deals.

Deals that I believe will deliver spectacular gains for the next several years.

We’re still offering discounted charter memberships.

Claim one now before they’re gone.

And before I send out the next deal. 

Let's get it!

Gerardo Del Real

Gerardo Del Real
Editor, Resource Stock Digest

For the past decade, Gerardo Del Real has worked behind-the-scenes providing research, due diligence and advice to large institutional players, fund managers, newsletter writers and some of the most active high net worth investors in the resource space. Now, he is bringing his extensive experience to the public through Resource Stock Digest, Junior Resource MonthlyJunior Resource Trader and Junior Resource Insider. For more about Gerardo, check out his editor page.

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