Big Intro Today, but It Is Worth It and so many are still missing the picture.
"C.S. These two guys know Thing or Two about tennis, The Other Two know Thing or Two about deposits and the Good Deals. They will tell The Story to you as well - just let the Legal Dust to Settle. Enjoy the Best and Never Settle for The Rest. We will run a few commentaries once gather more publicly available information.
Interesting Group of People we have in All This Story.
"This is a very positive development for McEwen Mining, TNR Gold and the Province of San Juan, Argentina. It allows us to accelerate and expand the magnitude of our exploration effort. With this legal obstacle behind us, we are now embarking on the largest drill program in the project's history. We are excited by the potential of growing the size of this world-class copper asset", said Rob McEwen, Chief Owner"
By the way, this AC/DC performance is Live at River Plate in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Just look at the faces and Energy - these proud people deserve what they are entitled to and they will get it in time. Country Risk today will become the Value Catalyst tomorrow. Read about our very own adventures in DRC Congo with another wise man - Lukas Lundin and his Tenke Mining. We can see The Same Scenery and Opportunity here.
"Kirill Klip, Non-Executive Chairman of TNR Gold, stated, "I welcome the positive resolution of the Los Azules litigation in the out of court settlement between TNR Gold and McEwen Mining. I would like personally to thank Rob McEwen as this resolution is a highly beneficial outcome for both our companies. Removing the uncertainty over the rights to Los Azules will allow the project to now achieve its full potential for the benefit of the shareholders of both TNR Gold and McEwen Mining, and I consider our stake in McEwen Mining as a strategic holding for TNR Gold."
We all like Different Things, but We All Know When We See Something Exceptional. It is all about Passion, Drive, Devotion and Wisdom - as in this case. Not everything could be seen from the distance. Just wait for the Boat to come closer to the Shore - you will see All the Beauty with your own eyes. There will be palm trees, sandy beaches, crystal clear pools and a table in a nice shade with champagne on ice. You will see the label, when we all will be there.
Have some Trust, once you have made decision and got on the Trip, but always study the Maps and let the NI 43-101 be your guidance. We can tell you now only one thing - we are Not in Arctic, we are approaching Caribbean - as it was promised.
Why Rock - because it is all about Energy, People, Rocks and Metals and you need to have some Balls to play this Game of Tennis. These People use their Energy and turn Rocks into Metals. This is why AC/DC is here - It is a very High Voltage to Handle and you better be careful and know what you are doing, but in the rights hands this Energy will spin the Propellers of our Boat very fast.
If you would like to take anything from the Picture at the top of this entry - It Is All About Respect after Five Sets Match with a Tie-Break. A lot of people will have their own opinion: what you should do in the fifth set on the tie-break. If you have bought tickets - Enjoy The Game, they will deliver now. Go on the Court and hit some balls or try the Guitar and then watch some Videos below - you will have a better Feeling, what we are talking about here.
In investing - Reading will be the first thing to start and Do Not Forget The Rules Of The Game.
"Call the company, listen to the story - if you Do Not Bother - send half of you money to Charity and keep the rest - you will be much better off. The Only Advise You Can Get From This Blog is on the right side of the page; and if you have spent less time making DD on the company you are going to Buy, than when last time you were buying your Flat TV - run away from the Buy Button."
TNR Gold: Los Azules Copper Property Lawsuit Against McEwen Mining Settled - TNR's 25% Right to Back-In at Feasibility Restored TNR.v, MUX
If you are still interested in the story, find the robey743 - he was following Minera Andes and Los Azules development for years and now is on TNR Gold BB - after NI 43-101 Information about Los Azules on McEwen Mining Webiste, Information about The Settlement on TNR Gold Websiteand Calls to Both Companies - he could help you to the check Your Own Compass, Share Binoculars and Navigation Charts now.
Rob McEwen will put a Value Number on the Los Azules without Litigation Discount in the nearest future and you will be able to work out the Value of TNR Gold Back-In Right relative to its recent Market Cap or some Analyst will come out with the valuation idea of these assets very soon now. But the most important thing - are those babies below: they are drilling now the Contested Part of the Los Azules, where the TNR Gold 25% Back-in rights applies - it is the High Grade Core of the deposit and this drilling campaign will bring, hopefully, increase in resources and will upgrade part of them to the higher category as well, improving further the economics of this project."
McEwen Mining: "As noted in our November 7th news release, drilling began at Los Azules on October 12th. Los Azules is one of the world's largest and highest grade undeveloped copper porphyry deposits. A total of seven drills are operating at the property. The drills are considerably more powerful than the ones used during past field seasons. The Company believes this will increase the likelihood of reaching target depths (+700 meters), where high-grade copper mineralization has been discovered. Initial drill assay results are expected to be released early in 2013. The Company plans to drill approximately 15,000 meters this season."
"Kirill Klip TNR Gold Los Azules Copper Back-In Right Is At Feasibility - No Need For Financing Or Any Dilution NOW Before FS will Be Produced by MUX"
And if you like Reading you can find some really interesting ideas later about the potential of Los Azules and who can develop it into mine later."
Bloomberg:McEwen Shops Copper Mine to Focus on Gold
Rob McEwen, the founder of Goldcorp (NYSE:G) Inc., says his McEwen Mining Inc. (NYSE:MUX) may sell a copper project and use the proceeds to help finance its plan to become one of the world's biggest gold producers.
"All the big players" in the copper industry have expressed an interest in the Los Azules deposit in Argentina, McEwen said at a Nov. 15 investor presentation in New York. "Arms of the Chinese government" are among those who've been in contact, he said, without giving details.
Goldcorp Inc. founder Rob McEwen said, "The project is very large for a company with our size and balance sheet." Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg
"The project is very large for a company with our size and balance sheet," McEwen, 62, said in a telephone interview yesterday. "You would rather go in with someone who knows how to do that."
Selling Los Azules would free up cash for McEwen Mining's precious-metals exploration projects in Argentina, Mexico and the U.S. as producers find it difficult to raise funds. In Canada, where more than 400 gold miners are based, producers announced $2.53 billion of equity sales this year, down from $3.51 billion in the same period a year earlier, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
McEwen Mining said it settled a lawsuit over Los Azules that had brought its ownership into question, allowing the Toronto-based company to realize the project's full potential.
"We put a data room together," McEwen said last week. "We'll be inviting people who have expressed an interest down there in January."MINING FINANCE
While cash from selling the project would be welcome, McEwen says his company can still raise more funds, even though it's "not the friendliest time" for getting mining finance. McEwen Mining said last month it plans to raise about $60 million in a rights offering, backstopped by its CEO, who according to its website has a 25 percent stake in the company.
Los Azules is worth about $535 million, based partly on the deposit's 15 billion pounds of copper resources, and will cost almost five times that to develop, said Aleksandra Bukacheva, a Toronto-based analyst at Fraser Mackenzie Ltd.
"A junior precious-metals company is unlikely to come up with the $2.5 billion on its own needed to develop a copper mine at Los Azules," Bukacheva, who has a hold rating on the stock, said by phone.
The site may appeal to Japan's Sumitomo Metal Mining Co., Korea Resources Corp. and other Asian companies keen to secure copper supplies, she said. Many of the largest copper producers, such as Xstrata Plc (XTA) and BHP Billiton Ltd., might not be interested because they're already developing or expanding comparable deposits in South America, according to Bukacheva.GOLDCORP'S SUCCESS
Katelyn Kim at Korea Resources' Toronto office didn't immediately return a call from Bloomberg seeking comment. Ryota Sekine, a vice president and director of Seattle-based Sumitomo Metal Mining America Inc., wasn't immediately available to comment. The publicity department of China's National Development and Reform Commission couldn't immediately comment on the matter. Three calls to the office telephone of Yao Jian, a spokesman for China's Ministry of Commerce, went unanswered.
McEwen, the founder of his eponymous company, is trying to repeat his success at Vancouver-based Goldcorp, a Canadian gold producer he established about two decades ago and one that earlier this month briefly surpassed Toronto-based Barrick Gold Corp. (NYSE:ABX) to become the world's largest producer of the metal.
The Canadian businessman switched from a career in investment in 1990 to mining. He was CEO for 13 years, during which time the company announced six acquisitions valued at a combined $2.26 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
He created McEwen Mining by renaming U.S. Gold Corp. after its C$747 million acquisition of Minera Andes Inc. in January, combining two companies of which he was CEO.'ULTIMATELY ACHIEVE'
"I think he will ultimately achieve a good deal of success,' said Aaron Kennon, the New York-based co-founder and CEO of Clear Harbor Asset Management LLC. ''He may have picked a couple of difficult jurisdictions early on that he later realized were more challenging than he would have hoped -- and Argentina is one of those areas.''
Argentina placed restrictions on mining companies last year to make them keep export revenue in the country. McEwen Mining is spending cash from its stake in the San Jose mine in the country on exploration at Los Azules, Ian Ball, a senior vice president at the company, said at the New York presentation.
The company said last week that it settled a lawsuit with Vancouver-based TNR Gold Corp. (TNR) over Los Azules, allowing McEwen Mining to boost exploratory drilling at the site and examine parts of the project in Argentina's San Juan province that were previously contested.
McEwen Mining owns the El Gallo silver and gold mine in Mexico, which is in production. It also has a 49 percent stake in San Jose, another operating gold and silver mine, with the other 51 percent held by London-based Hochschild Mining Plc. (HOC) In addition to Los Azules, McEwen Mining is developing the Gold Bar and Tonkin gold projects in Nevada.INCREASING OUTPUT
While the company says it plans to increase annual gold production to 290,000 ounces by 2015 from 105,000 ounces now, its CEO says that could be exceeded. McEwen Mining will target qualification for the Standard & Poor's 500 index during 2015 and will probably seek an acquisition before then, McEwen said.
McEwen Mining has dropped 38 percent since the closing of the U.S. Gold-Minera Andes deal. In that time, the S&P/TSX Global Gold Sector Index (SPTSGD) has fallen 20 percent, while the price of gold for immediate delivery in London has declined 0.6 percent. For McEwen, the underperformance of gold-mining equities presents a clear buying opportunity.
'The disparity between gold and stocks is enormous right now," he said. "We haven't seen it grow this big in the last 11 years."
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