Investors in TriMetals Mining (OTCQX:TMIAF) have seen their investments nearly evaporate over the past couple of years. The company, which until recently had been called "South American Silver" had its flagship Malku Khota mine in Bolivia confiscated by the government. As a result shares have fallen over 95% in value from their peak. While some investors anticipate that the company will be compensated for the project in some way this is hardly an investment thesis.
But the company isn't dead, and it has revamped its image. First, it changed its name. "South American Silver" isn't an appropriate name for a company whose first producing mine will likely be on the border of Nevada and Utah. The Gold Springs...
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