i-80 Gold: Granite Creek Underground Continues To Grow

Oct. 26, 2022 6:43 PM ETi-80 Gold Corp. (IAU:CA), IAUX76 Comments
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Summary

  • i-80 Gold has suffered from a significant decline over the past couple of weeks, seeing its significant outperformance gap relative to peers mostly erased.
  • However, this has little to do with the fundamental story, and one could argue that the story continues to get better with more ultra high-grade results out of Granite Creek.
  • Just recently, i-80 Gold released new holes from the South Pacific Zone, potentially extended the strike (if confirmed by further drilling), and de-risking the Granite Creek mine plan.
  • Given that i-80 Gold is drilling off two-world class gold deposits in a Tier-1 jurisdiction and has bonus upside with its polymetallic potential yet trades at ~0.30x P/NAV, I see the stock as a steal below US$1.70.

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While the general market has been battered, with its correction exceeding 27% from peak to trough, the Gold Juniors Index (GDXJ) has suffered the real bear market. This is evidenced by a 61% correction from its 2020 highs. Given that bear markets

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