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By: Chris Waltzek, GoldSeek.com Radio

 -- Published: Monday, 21 August 2017 | Print  | Disqus 

Featured Guest

CEO Joseph Grosso

Show Highlights

  • Joseph Grosso has spearheaded mineral exploration ventures in Argentina for over twenty years.
  • Headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, Golden Arrow is a silver producer, mineral explorer and prospect generator.
  • Golden Arrow is a member of the Grosso Group, a management company specialized in resource exploration.
  • With a strong record of mineral discovery, and community / government relations, Golden Arrow is poised to maintain its reputation as a trusted explorer throughout Argentina.
  • The Chinchillas project is targeted for production in Q2, 2018.
  • Completed joint venture with major silver producer Silver Standard (now SSR Mining).
  • The mining-friendly location in northwest Argentina that supports an impressive infrastructure, including access to highways, and ample water resources.
  • The Don Bosco Copper-Gold Project, holds exploration licenses encompassing five areas in Western La Rioja Province, Argentina.
  • The project is feasible year round, supported by a paved highway that facilitates accessibility (Golden Arrow, 2016).
  • Golden Arrow has additional properties of interest in the San Juan Province, including the Mogote Copper-Gold Project, the Caballos Copper-Gold Project, and Potrerillos Gold-Silver Project the firm owns 100% of all three properties.

Joseph Grosso

Golden Arrow, CEO

Mr. Grosso became one of the early pioneers of the mining sector in Argentina in 1993 when mining was opened to foreign investment, and was named Argentina's 'Mining Man of The Year' in 2005. His knowledge of Argentina was instrumental in attracting a premier team which led to the acquisition of key properties in Golden Arrow's portfolio. He has successfully formed strategic alliances and negotiated with mining industry majors such as Barrick, Teck, Newmont, Viceroy (now Yamana Gold) and Vale S.A., and government officials at all levels. Mr. Grosso's specialty is financing, negotiations, corporate and marketing strategy, and he was an early and passionate adopter of best practices in environmental protection and socio-economic development through mineral exploration. He is the founder and president of Grosso Group Management Ltd.

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  • Bill Murphy of GATA.org returns with key insights on the PMs market.
  • The world's largest gold producing / consuming nation, China just announced a 10% decrease in production and a 10% increase in consumption.
  • Our guest suggests a gold price target of $3,000-$5,000 to compensate for underlying real inflation levels.
  • Bill Murphy sees signs that indicate price suppression schemes are failing - the PMs could begin the next leg of an epic ascent.
  • Key takeaway: the cartel is losing control, it may be merely a matter of time before the physical gold market overcomes the paper gold schemes as early as Fall of 2017.

Bill Murphy of GATA.org returns with key insights on the PMs market - the world's largest gold producing / consuming nation, China just announced a 10% decrease in production and a 10% increase in consumption, a potentially positive sign for PMs investors. Our guest suggests a gold price target of $3,000-$5,000 to compensate for underlying real inflation levels. Bill Murphy sees signs that indicate price suppression schemes are failing - the PMs could begin the next leg of an epic ascent. Key takeaway: the cartel is losing control, it may be merely a matter of time before the physical gold market overcomes the paper gold schemes as early as Fall of 2017.

 


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