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To maximize asset growth through the successful acquisition, exploration, development and production of selective gold and base metal properties. Grand Canyon Gold Corp to implement Eco-Safe green extraction methods to recover gold, silver and platinum values from the hard rock and gravels located on Grand Canyon Gold Corp properties. Water and gravity will be the main separation methods used for gold extraction and non-toxic leach technology will be used in the black sands processing plants.

 
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Leading Firm Places Bets on Gold, and No one Noticed

By Kitco News
Tuesday May 17, 2016 16:03

(Kitco News) - The world’s largest asset management firm is expecting gold to continue to shine in a world that is a flooded with negative interest rates; and, no one really noticed.

In a commentary published Tuesday, Russ Koesterich, head of asset allocation for BlackRock’s Global Allocation Fund, said that in a world where investors have to pay for the “privilege” of holding government debt, more interest is turning towards gold, an asset class that provides no income.

Although he admits that gold -- because it doesn’t fit as a classic commodity or currency -- can be difficult to value; however, he added that now could be the perfect time and place for gold.

“The best years for gold were those in which real rates were low and inflation was rising. Since 1971 there have been 12 years that fit that description, as Bloomberg data shows. Gold rose in 11 of those 12 years with an average return of over 35 percent,” he said in the commentary.

Tuesday, June gold futures settled the session at $1,276.90 an ounce, up 2.90 on the day. Currently up gold prices are up more than 20% on the year. If gold achieve a 35% return, highlighted by Koesterich, the price would end up pushing above $1,425 an ounce.

“This is exactly the type of environment that has historically been most favorable to gold,” he said.

Koesterich isn’t just talking a big game, the firm invested heavily in the gold market in the first quarter of 2016.

According to SEC filings, BlackRock Inc. significantly increased its exposure in the world’s biggest gold-backed exchange-traded fund SPRD Gold Shares (NYSEARCA: GLD). According to the company’s filings, in the first quarter BlackRock Inc. held a total position of more than 145,000 shares of GLD, valued at more than $14.4 million, up from 34,030 shares valued at $3.45 million from the fourth quarter of 2015. So far, major media outlets failed to cover the news.

BlackRock Advisors, a subsidiary of the firm, also saw an increase in its holding of GLD. The private investment arm increased its holding to 10.36 million shares, valued at $1.2 billion, up from 1.94 million shares, valued at $196.7 million.

Last quarter, GLD saw its largest inflow in 7 years, totaling $7 billion.

By Neils Christensen of Kitco News

Looking at the chart, both gold and silver remain in the “early bull trends” part of their cycles and would be a “buy” right now.
 

For Immediate Release: March 2, 2016

A new edgy mining show in development.

 


Grand Canyon Gold Corp

President and CEO, Panos Gianneotis and his crew to participate in a new series "Border Gold."

Border Gold™ a New Potential Reality/Docu Series to Threaten Mining Shows

Online PR News – 27-February-2015 – February 27, 2015 Los Angeles – Consecration Media is in post-production on Border Gold™ a new sizzle and potential pilot. Border Gold™ takes the mining genre to an all-new level by focusing on junior miners and explorers who straddle the U.S. and Mexico border.

The show will focus on the realities of mining in the extreme southwest -- especially south of the border,” says Alizabeth James, Creator and Producer of Border Gold™. Consequently, Alizabeth had been named the “Queen of Miners” by Victor Vizcarra, the Minister of Mining in Sonora, Mexico for assisting Victor in procuring interest from American miners to Joint Venture with Mexican miners who lack funds or the know-how to get their mines into production.

The Mexican government owns the mineral rights and the landowners own the land. If the landowner takes a 10% royalty from the off-take, foreign miners could possibly make a profit in Mexico, as the ground is rich in minerals. There are enormous gold mining operations currently in production in Mexico, but the smaller mining entities may be exposed to a myriad of potential threats.

Border Gold™ will feature real miners who must convince investors that mining in Mexico will be a profitable endeavor. However, they are skittish about venturing into Mexico due to various “red flag” U.S. Government warnings, such as: the threat of ISIS infiltrating Mexico, kidnappings, the ubiquitous Mexican Cartel; and the Russian Mafia with its’ “black market” mentality – they now has a foothold in Mexico.

A barrage of “bad luck” confronts the Arizona miners; such as equipment breakdown, torrential flooding from monsoon rains, exposure to Valley Fever, 110-130 degree excruciating heat, and violent furnace like winds. The lack of funds and the extreme health risks are constant obstacles as well.

“The goal is sell to Latin American territories first such as Telemundo and or Univision etc., as we have been encouraged to produce Border Gold™ in Mexico by local and state politicians who would like to see this show airing in their country. As far as safety, we were provided with armed security during filming by the Mayor of the city of Carbo,” says Alizabeth.

Border Gold™ will the take the lead in the mining genre as society in large, especially the male demographics are intrigued with danger. No longer will the audience settle for spending 45 minutes sitting on the couch watching the snowmelt in Alaska when they could be watching miners battling extreme mining conditions in the southwest," says Alizabeth.

Border Gold™ takes you on a journey into the Wild West where Gold fever claims the lives of many desperate men seeking an alternative way to provide for their families; outlaws still appear to dominate and thrive in the badlands, but so do the good guys. Border Gold™ is like the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of mining.

- See more at: http://www.onlineprnews.com/news/558415-1425072838-border-gold-takes-the-mining-genre-to-an-allnew-level.html#sthash.viUATo7I.dpuf

Border Gold™ a New Potential Reality/Docu Series to Threaten Mining Shows

Online PR News – 27-February-2015 – February 27, 2015 Los Angeles – Consecration Media is in post-production on Border Gold™ a new sizzle and potential pilot. Border Gold™ takes the mining genre to an all-new level by focusing on junior miners and explorers who straddle the U.S. and Mexico border.

The show will focus on the realities of mining in the extreme southwest -- especially south of the border,” says Alizabeth James, Creator and Producer of Border Gold™. Consequently, Alizabeth had been named the “Queen of Miners” by Victor Vizcarra, the Minister of Mining in Sonora, Mexico for assisting Victor in procuring interest from American miners to Joint Venture with Mexican miners who lack funds or the know-how to get their mines into production.

The Mexican government owns the mineral rights and the landowners own the land. If the landowner takes a 10% royalty from the off-take, foreign miners could possibly make a profit in Mexico, as the ground is rich in minerals. There are enormous gold mining operations currently in production in Mexico, but the smaller mining entities may be exposed to a myriad of potential threats.

Border Gold™ will feature real miners who must convince investors that mining in Mexico will be a profitable endeavor. However, they are skittish about venturing into Mexico due to various “red flag” U.S. Government warnings, such as: the threat of ISIS infiltrating Mexico, kidnappings, the ubiquitous Mexican Cartel; and the Russian Mafia with its’ “black market” mentality – they now has a foothold in Mexico.

A barrage of “bad luck” confronts the Arizona miners; such as equipment breakdown, torrential flooding from monsoon rains, exposure to Valley Fever, 110-130 degree excruciating heat, and violent furnace like winds. The lack of funds and the extreme health risks are constant obstacles as well.

“The goal is sell to Latin American territories first such as Telemundo and or Univision etc., as we have been encouraged to produce Border Gold™ in Mexico by local and state politicians who would like to see this show airing in their country. As far as safety, we were provided with armed security during filming by the Mayor of the city of Carbo,” says Alizabeth.

Border Gold™ will the take the lead in the mining genre as society in large, especially the male demographics are intrigued with danger. No longer will the audience settle for spending 45 minutes sitting on the couch watching the snowmelt in Alaska when they could be watching miners battling extreme mining conditions in the southwest," says Alizabeth.

Border Gold™ takes you on a journey into the Wild West where Gold fever claims the lives of many desperate men seeking an alternative way to provide for their families; outlaws still appear to dominate and thrive in the badlands, but so do the good guys. Border Gold™ is like the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of mining.

- See more at: http://www.onlineprnews.com/news/558415-1425072838-border-gold-takes-the-mining-genre-to-an-allnew-level.html#sthash.viUATo7I.dpuf

Border Gold™ a New Potential Reality/Docu Series to Threaten Mining Shows

Online PR News – 27-February-2015 – February 27, 2015 Los Angeles – Consecration Media is in post-production on Border Gold™ a new sizzle and potential pilot. Border Gold™ takes the mining genre to an all-new level by focusing on junior miners and explorers who straddle the U.S. and Mexico border.

The show will focus on the realities of mining in the extreme southwest -- especially south of the border,” says Alizabeth James, Creator and Producer of Border Gold™. Consequently, Alizabeth had been named the “Queen of Miners” by Victor Vizcarra, the Minister of Mining in Sonora, Mexico for assisting Victor in procuring interest from American miners to Joint Venture with Mexican miners who lack funds or the know-how to get their mines into production.

The Mexican government owns the mineral rights and the landowners own the land. If the landowner takes a 10% royalty from the off-take, foreign miners could possibly make a profit in Mexico, as the ground is rich in minerals. There are enormous gold mining operations currently in production in Mexico, but the smaller mining entities may be exposed to a myriad of potential threats.

Border Gold™ will feature real miners who must convince investors that mining in Mexico will be a profitable endeavor. However, they are skittish about venturing into Mexico due to various “red flag” U.S. Government warnings, such as: the threat of ISIS infiltrating Mexico, kidnappings, the ubiquitous Mexican Cartel; and the Russian Mafia with its’ “black market” mentality – they now has a foothold in Mexico.

A barrage of “bad luck” confronts the Arizona miners; such as equipment breakdown, torrential flooding from monsoon rains, exposure to Valley Fever, 110-130 degree excruciating heat, and violent furnace like winds. The lack of funds and the extreme health risks are constant obstacles as well.

“The goal is sell to Latin American territories first such as Telemundo and or Univision etc., as we have been encouraged to produce Border Gold™ in Mexico by local and state politicians who would like to see this show airing in their country. As far as safety, we were provided with armed security during filming by the Mayor of the city of Carbo,” says Alizabeth.

Border Gold™ will the take the lead in the mining genre as society in large, especially the male demographics are intrigued with danger. No longer will the audience settle for spending 45 minutes sitting on the couch watching the snowmelt in Alaska when they could be watching miners battling extreme mining conditions in the southwest," says Alizabeth.

Border Gold™ takes you on a journey into the Wild West where Gold fever claims the lives of many desperate men seeking an alternative way to provide for their families; outlaws still appear to dominate and thrive in the badlands, but so do the good guys. Border Gold™ is like the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of mining.

- See more at: http://www.onlineprnews.com/news/558415-1425072838-border-gold-takes-the-mining-genre-to-an-allnew-level.html#sthash.viUATo7I.dpuf

Border Gold™ a New Potential Reality/Docu Series to Threaten Mining Shows


Mining in the Southwest is down and dirty!

Online PR News – Los Angeles – Consecration Media is in post-production on Border Gold™ a new sizzle and potential pilot. Border Gold™ takes the mining genre to an all-new level by focusing on junior miners and explorers who straddle the U.S. and Mexico border.

The show will focus on the realities of mining in the extreme southwest -- especially south of the border,” says Alizabeth James, Creator and Producer of Border Gold™. Consequently, Alizabeth had been named the “Queen of Miners” by Victor Vizcarra, the Minister of Mining in Sonora, Mexico for assisting Victor in procuring interest from American miners to Joint Venture with Mexican miners who lack funds or the know-how to get their mines into production.

The Mexican government owns the mineral rights and the landowners own the land. If the landowner takes a 10% royalty from the off-take, foreign miners could possibly make a profit in Mexico, as the ground is rich in minerals. There are enormous gold mining operations currently in production in Mexico, but the smaller mining entities may be exposed to a myriad of potential threats.

Border Gold™ will feature real miners who must convince investors that mining in Mexico will be a profitable endeavor. However, they are skittish about venturing into Mexico due to various “red flag” U.S. Government warnings, such as: the threat of ISIS infiltrating Mexico, kidnappings, the ubiquitous Mexican Cartel; and the Russian Mafia with its’ “black market” mentality – they now has a foothold in Mexico.

A barrage of “bad luck” confronts the Arizona miners; such as equipment breakdown, torrential flooding from monsoon rains, exposure to Valley Fever, 110-130 degree excruciating heat, and violent furnace like winds. The lack of funds and the extreme health risks are constant obstacles as well.

“The goal is sell to Latin American territories first such as Telemundo and or Univision etc., as we have been encouraged to produce Border Gold™ in Mexico by local and state politicians who would like to see this show airing in their country. As far as safety, we were provided with armed security during filming by the Mayor of the city of Carbo,” says Alizabeth.

Border Gold™ will the take the lead in the mining genre as society in large, especially the male demographics are intrigued with danger. No longer will the audience settle for spending 45 minutes sitting on the couch watching the snow melt in Alaska when they could be watching miners battling extreme mining conditions in the southwest," says Alizabeth.

Border Gold™ takes you on a journey into the Wild West where Gold fever claims the lives of many desperate men seeking an alternative way to provide for their families; outlaws still appear to dominate and thrive in the badlands, but so do the good guys. Border Gold™ is like the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of mining.