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Gold To Silver Ratio Hits 100! SPONSOR: Affinity Metals $AAF.ca $SII.ca $TUD.ca $GTT.ca $AMK.ca $OSK.ca $RKR.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 2:09 PM on Wednesday, March 11th, 2020
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Sponsor: Affinity Metals Corp. (TSX-V: AFF) is a Canadian mineral exploration company building a strong portfolio of mineral projects in North America. The Corporation’s flagship property is the drill ready Regal Property near Revelstoke, BC where Affinity Metals making preparations for a spring drill program to test two large Z-TEM anomalies at its Regal Property. Click Here for More Info

Gold is testing its previous 2020 highs, but silver plunged anyway, which created a very special situation. Namely, the gold to silver ratio just jumped to the 100 level.

This may not seem like a big deal, because ultimately people buy metals, not their ratio, but it actually is a huge deal. This ratio is observed by investors and traders alike, as it tends to peak at the market extremes. Moving to the 100 level might indicate that we are at a price extreme. But what kind of extreme would that be if silver is declining while gold moved up?

Let’s take a closer look at the gold to silver ratio chart for details.

In early July 2019, the gold to silver ratio topped after breaking above the previous highs and now it’s after the verification of this breakout. Despite the sharp pullback, the ratio moved back below the 2008 high only very briefly. It stabilized above the 2008 high shortly thereafter and now it’s moving up once again.

It previously moved up relatively slowly, but it jumped to new highs last week and today.

Anything after a breakout is vulnerable to a quick correction to the previously broken levels. On the other hand, anything after a breakout that was already confirmed, is ready to move higher and the risk of another corrective decline is much lower.

The most important thing about the gold and silver ratio chart to keep in mind is that it’s after a breakout above the 2008 high and this breakout was already verified. This means that the ratio is likely to rally further. It’s not likely to decline based on being “high” relative to its historical average. That’s not how breakouts work.

The breakout above the previous highs was verified by a pullback to them and now the ratio moved even higher, just as we’ve been expecting it to.

The true, long-term resistance in the gold to silver ratio is at about 100 level. This level was not yet reached, which means that as long as the trend remains intact (and it does remain intact), the 100 level will continue to be the likely target.

We’ve been writing the above for weeks (hence we formatted it with italics), despite numerous calls for a lower gold to silver ratio from many of our colleagues. And our target of 100 was just hit today. It was only hit on an intraday basis, not in terms of the daily closing prices, but it’s still notable.

We had been expecting the gold to silver ratio to hit this extreme close or at the very bottom and the end of the medium-term decline in the precious metals sector – similarly to what happened in 2008. Obviously, that’s not what happened.

Instead, the ratio moved to 100 in the situation where gold rallied, likely based on its safe-haven status, and silver plunged based on its industrial uses.

Despite numerous similarities to 2008, the ratio didn’t rally as much as it did back then. If the decline in the PMs is just starting – and that does appear to be the case – then the very strong long-term resistance of 100 might not be able to trigger a rebound.

It might also be the case that for some time gold declines faster than silver, which would make the ratio move back down from the 100 level. The 100 level could then be re-tested at the final bottom.

Or… which seems more realistic, silver and mining stocks could slide to the level that we originally expected them to while gold ultimately bottoms higher than at $890. Perhaps even higher than $1,000. With gold at $1,100 or so, and silver at about $9, the gold to silver ratio would be a bit over 120.

If the rally in the gold to silver ratio is similar to the one that we saw in 2008, the 118 level or so could really be in the cards. This means that the combination of the above-mentioned price levels would not be out of the question.

At this time, it’s too early to say what combination of price levels will be seen at the final bottom, but we can say that the way gold reacted recently and how it relates to everything else in the world, makes gold likely to decline in the following months. Silver is likely to fall as well and its unlikely that a local top in the gold to silver ratio will prevent further declines.

Source: https://www.kitco.com/commentaries/2020-03-10/Gold-to-silver-ratio-hits-100.html

Affinity Metals $AAF.ca Announces First Tranche Closing of Private Placement Financing $SII.ca $TUD.ca $GTT.ca $AMK.ca $OSK.ca $RKR.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 10:02 AM on Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020
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Affinity Metals Corp. (TSXV: AFF) (“Affinity” or the “Company“) announces that it has closed the first tranche (the “First Tranche“) of its non-brokered private placement (the “Offering“) previously announced on February 6, 2020. Under the First Tranche, the Company has issued 1,960,000 units for gross proceeds of $392,000. No finder’s fees were paid in connection with the First Tranche.

All securities issued under the First Tranche are subject to a hold period expiring June 29, 2020, in accordance with applicable securities laws and the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange.

A company owned by Sean Pownall, a director of the Company (the “Insider“), participated in the private placement and purchased 625,000 units for aggregate gross proceeds of $125,000. Participation by the Insider in the private placement is considered a “related party transaction” pursuant to Multilateral Instrument 61-101 – Protection of Minority Security Holders in Special Transactions (“MI 61-101“). The Company is exempt from the requirements to obtain a formal valuation and minority shareholder approval in connection with the Insider’s participation in the private placement in reliance of sections 5.5(a) and 5.7(a) of MI 61-101, respectively, on the basis that participation in the Offering by the Insider did not exceed 25% of the fair market value of the Company’s market capitalization The Company did not file a material change report at least 21 days prior to the First Tranche closing of the Offering as participation of the Insider had not been confirmed at that time.

This news release does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any of the securities in the United States of America. The securities have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933 (the “1933 Act”) or any state securities laws and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to U.S. Persons (as defined in the 1933 Act) unless registered under the 1933 Act and applicable state securities laws, or an exemption from such registration is available.

About Affinity

Affinity is a Canadian mineral exploration company focused on advancing the Regal polymetallic project located near Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada.

Information related to the Company and the Regal project can be found on the Company’s website at:www.affinity-metals.com.

On behalf of the Board of Directors

Robert Edwards
CEO and Director of Affinity Metals Corp.
The Company can be contacted at: [email protected] or by phone at 604-227-3554.

Big Opportunity Ahead in Silver? SPONSOR: Affinity Metals $AAF.ca $SII.ca $TUD.ca $GTT.ca $AMK.ca $OSK.ca $RKR.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 11:56 AM on Friday, February 21st, 2020
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Sponsor: Affinity Metals (TSX-V: AFF) a Canadian mineral exploration company building a strong portfolio of mineral projects in North America. The Corporation’s flagship property is the Drill ready Regal Property near Revelstoke, BC. Recent sampling encountered bonanza grade silver, zinc, and lead with many samples reaching assay over-limits. Click Here for More Info

  • Silver is a precious metal with approximately 50% of the demand coming from industrial uses.
  • It is a “high beta” play on the gold price, more sensitive to global growth and the inflation expectations.

I’m on record for a quite bullish call in gold one year ago. As of today, gold trades approximately 20 % or 300 USD higher.

In March 2019, I also tweeted that the silver/gold ratio probably made a low and that I expect silver to at least reach 20 USD in 2019. I was slightly too optimistic, silver made “only” 30 % and hit 19.75 USD.

I have a new strong opinion I would like to share with you.

  • Silver is a precious metal with approximately 50% of the demand coming from industrial uses. It is a “high beta” play on the gold price, more sensitive to global growth and the inflation expectations.
  • The relationship to gold in more detail: at the beginning of a new up cycle in precious metals, silver in general lags gold. Later in the cycle (especially at the end of a certain cycle) silver massively outperforms gold. After the peak, silver starts to underperform again.

After spending quite some time doing research, today’s situation in silver looks similar like late 2003 (blue arrow). But here are my observations:

  • “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it often rhymes.” – Mark Twain
  • The a-b-c is a typical bottoming process, with a retest of the lows (c), a price compression and a well-defined breakout (blue trendline). During this initial stage, silver rather underperforms gold (see 1 and 2 in the silver/gold ratio).
  • Later silver consolidates above the 200-week moving average (blue box), pullbacks finding support at the moving average, exactly like in 2003. Meanwhile, the moving average flattens and even turned upward.
  • The silver/gold ratio also put in a possible bottom and is close to breaking the dashed blue trendline (yellow box).
  • If things repeat in a similar way, expect a huge up move in silver soon. A repeat of 2003-2004 would imply roughly 50 % upside within this year.

How I play it:

  • I already have a position in silver, I will increase the position if silver is able to break and hold above 18.12 USD = higher low. (further confirmation if gold miners break out and the silver/gold ratio breaks the downward sloping trendline)
  • Below 17.48 USD I reduce my position and stay rather defensive until silver is showing strength again.
  • I personally use futures and I will probably add a call option (strike 18 USD; March 2021). For most people, a ETF like SLV is probably a good way to participate.

A word of caution:

  • First, bold predictions often fail. The above mentioned is just my opinion (as of today).
  • Further, history is only a guide. The move may take place later, is not as explosive as in 2003-2004 or will not take place at all.
  • I see a possibility that the recent virus in China has a quite negative impact on global growth and on inflation expectations (S&P500 doesn’t believe it, but copper and oil do). A severe outcome would probably delay this trade setup. Remember, silver is very sensitive to inflation expectations.
  • As already stated, just my opinion and not investment advice. Please do your own analysis. Investing/trading involves substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for all people.

SOURCE:https://vesrock.com/2020/02/16/big-opportunity-ahead-in-silver/

Why Silver Prices Are Poised to Rise Even More This Year SPONSOR: Affinity Metals $AAF.ca $SII.ca $TUD.ca $GTT.ca $AMK.ca $OSK.ca $RKR.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 3:17 PM on Friday, February 14th, 2020
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Sponsor: Affinity Metals (TSX-V: AFF) a Canadian mineral exploration company building a strong portfolio of mineral projects in North America. The Corporation’s flagship property is the Drill ready Regal Property near Revelstoke, BC. Recent sampling encountered bonanza grade silver, zinc, and lead with many samples reaching assay over-limits. Click Here for More Info

Silver has fared better than some of its metal peers against the backdrop of a disease-threatened global economy, in part because of its dual role as both a precious and industrial metal.

“The monetary value of silver underpins the vast majority of its price, and if the metal had only industrial demand working for it, the price would be under $5 an ounce,” says Gold Newsletter editor Brien Lundin. “Silver’s precious side means it will outperform industrial metals in the months ahead.”

Futures prices for silver, which settled at $17.497 an ounce on Feb. 12, have fallen by more than 2% this year. Silver hasn’t done as well as gold, which has seen futures prices rise by roughly 3% over the same period.

Gold has “risen on the back of monetary concerns, but that trend has been obscured by two geopolitical events,” Lundin says: the U.S. “dustup” with Iran following the U.S. airstrike that killed Iranian General Qassem Soleimani, and the coronavirus outbreak. Gold rallied on these geopolitical concerns, then fell as fears subsided. “Unfortunately for silver, that rising trend has not been clear enough to prompt speculators to bet on silver along with gold,” he says.

Still, silver has been spared the steeper declines experienced by other industrial metals, such as copper, which has fallen 7% this year.

China is the world’s second-largest consumer of silver after the U.S., and “the enhanced uncertainty in China surrounding the coronavirus fears is taking a toll on silver prices,” says Matthew Miller, an equity analyst at CFRA Research.

“While weaker industrial demand is likely to remain a headwind, CFRA predicts continued appreciation in safe havens in 2020, and we see a high probability that silver will outperform gold,” he adds.

This year, the market is likely to see continued growth in physical silver investment and in the commodity’s use as an industrial metal, according to The Silver Institute’s recently released views on the 2020 global silver market. “There will be times when silver will have to contend with issues, such as the current health crisis in China, which could hit that country’s economy hard,” the institute says.

However, silver’s use as an industrial metal accounted for just over half of total global demand in 2019, and growth in the metal’s “industrial offtake” is expected to resume this year, following two years of marginal losses, the institute says. It sees a 3% rise in silver industrial demand in 2020, with the electrical and electronics sector accounting for the bulk of the gains.

Meanwhile, investment in physical silver, in the form of silver bullion coins and bars, is set to climb for a third consecutive year, the institute adds.

“The international silver market is poised to experience higher silver prices in 2020, even coming off the 4% increase in 2019,” says Michael DiRienzo, executive director of the Silver Institute, which pegged the 2019 average at $16.21, based on the London Bullion Market Association silver price. Last year, a marked shift toward looser monetary policies—as the U.S.-China trade war fed concerns about the global economic outlook—underpinned silver, the institute says.

The institute projects this year’s average silver price at $18.40, which would mark a 13% rise from 2019 to a six-year high. “We base this on current global economic health and geopolitical uncertainties throughout important economies,” DiRienzo says. “Buttressing this forecast…is a return to silver industrial demand growth, coupled with a robust increase of 7% in silver physical investment.”

SOURCE: https://www.barrons.com/articles/why-silver-prices-are-poised-to-rise-even-more-this-year-51581678001

Good Cheer for PM Sector Investors – The Completing Cup & Handle Continuation Pattern In GDX SPONSOR: Affinity Metals $AAF.ca $SII.ca $TUD.ca $GTT.ca $AMK.ca $OSK.ca $RKR.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 2:25 PM on Thursday, February 13th, 2020
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Sponsor: Affinity Metals (TSX-V: AFF) a Canadian mineral exploration company building a strong portfolio of mineral projects in North America. The Corporation’s flagship property is the Drill ready Regal Property near Revelstoke, BC. Recent sampling encountered bonanza grade silver, zinc, and lead with many samples reaching assay over-limits. Click Here for More Info

Whilst it must be frustrating for Precious Metals sector investors to watch Tech stocks continuing to “shoot the moon” while PM stocks have mostly done nothing, the chart presented below suggests that this situation won’t persist for much longer.

The 7-month chart for GDX shows it probably completing the Handle of a sizeable Cup & Handle continuation pattern. GDX has stayed above the support level shown as the Handle of the pattern has formed, which has allowed the earlier overbought condition at the start of the year to unwind and moving averages to catch up. Volume has eased over the past several weeks which is also a positive sign.

With respect to the timing of the next upleg, the valid Bowl pattern also drawn on the chart helps, for it shows that the price has consistently found support at the Bowl boundary since it started to form last August, and now that it is at it again, with the Handle of the Cup & Handle looking about complete, the time for a new upleg to start is believed to be at hand.

The longer-term 18-month chart for GDX shows what is meant by labeling the Cup & Handle as a “continuation pattern” rather than a Cup & Handle base, which of course follows a drop, for as we can see it has formed at a higher level following the steep runup last Summer. Calling it a continuation pattern means that it is believed to be a consolidation pattern that will lead to renewed advance. While it is expected to break to the upside shortly it should be noted that it would be an unwelcome development if it should drop below the low of the Handle, and also that a breach of the support shown at the lows of the pattern would be a seriously bearish development, although it is considered much more likely that it will soon break to the upside.


So, with the price at the right side of the Cup & Handle pattern, at the support of the Bowl boundary, at the rising 50-day moving average and at an important support level the time appears to be nigh for a new upleg to begin. In addition, the Bollinger Bands (not shown) are pinched together quite tightly suggesting that a big move is imminent and the dollar is in position to reverse to the downside after a run.

SOURCE: https://www.clivemaund.com/article.php?id=5269

Central Banks Just Love Gold and It’s Going to Stay That Way SPONSOR: Affinity Metals $AAF.ca $SII.ca $TUD.ca $GTT.ca $AMK.ca $OSK.ca $RKR.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 7:16 PM on Tuesday, February 11th, 2020
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Sponsor: Affinity Metals (TSX-V: AFF) a Canadian mineral exploration company building a strong portfolio of mineral projects in North America. The Corporation’s flagship property is the Drill ready Regal Property near Revelstoke, BC. Recent sampling encountered bonanza grade silver, zinc, and lead with many samples reaching assay over-limits. Click Here for More Info

  • A recent survey of central banks showing 54% of respondents expect global holdings to climb in the next 12 months.

A major gold-buying spree by central banks is likely to persist in the coming years, according to Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd., which flagged the potential for further purchases by nations including China.

“In the current environment, where uncertainty in emerging-market currencies is high, we see good reason for countries like Russia, Turkey, Kazakhstan and China to continue to diversify their portfolios,” ANZ said in a note on Tuesday. Net buying by the sector is likely to stay above 650 tons, it said.

Central banks are likely to increase gold reserves, ANZ says

Central-bank accumulation of bullion has emerged as a increasingly important trend in the global market, offering additional support for prices that have rallied to the highest level since 2013 on rising demand. Authorities have been adding to reserves as growth slows, trade and geopolitical tensions rise, and some nations seek to diversify away from the dollar. Official purchases now account for about 10% of worldwide consumption, according to ANZ.

“The People’s Bank of China holds nearly 1,936 tons of gold, which equates to only 3% of its total foreign reserve holdings, giving the country plenty of room to increase its allocation,” ANZ said. China’s central bank expanded bullion reserves again in July, pressing on with a run that stretches back to December.

Spot gold traded at $1,531.45 an ounce on Tuesday after touching $1,555.07 on Monday, the highest in more than six years. The metal has surged 19% this year as the trade war flared up, bond markets signaled that a U.S. recession may be on the horizon, and the Federal Reserve cut rates.

‘Room to Run’

Central-bank accumulation of gold “has further room to run,” Deutsche Bank AG said in a report, citing factors including a gradual migration of reserve assets away from the dollar. “The stability of central-bank demand should help to bias gold prices higher over longer time frames.”

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. also put the spotlight on the same trend as the bank outlined its bullish stance on gold this month. “Central banks in emerging markets are buying gold,” Jeff Currie, global head of commodities research, told Bloomberg Television. “Why? Because they don’t want to own dollars with sanction risk, geopolitical risk, trade-war risk out there.

Central banks added 374.1 tons in the first six months, helping push total bullion demand to a three-year high, according to the World Gold Council. The trend is expected to continue, with a recent survey of central banks showing 54% of respondents expect global holdings to climb in the next 12 months.

SOURCE: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-08-27/central-bankers-new-found-love-of-gold-seen-bolstering-demand

Affinity Metals Corp. $AAF.ca Announces $1,000,000 Financing $SII.ca $TUD.ca $GTT.ca $AMK.ca $OSK.ca $RKR.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 12:35 PM on Thursday, February 6th, 2020
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Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – February 6, 2020) – Affinity Metals Corp. (TSXV: AFF) (“the Corporation”) (“Affinity”) today announced that it will be offering on a non-brokered private placement basis (“the Offering”) up to 5,000,000 units (“Units”) at a price of $0.20 per Unit for proceeds of $1,000,000 if the Offering is fully subscribed.

Each Unit consists of one common share of the Corporation (“Common Share”) and one non-transferrable Common Share purchase warrant (“Warrant”). Each Warrant may be exercised for one additional Common Share at a price of $0.30 for a period of 24 months from the closing date of the Offering.

The securities will be offered to qualified purchasers in reliance upon exemptions from prospectus and registration requirements of applicable securities legislation.

Insiders may participate in the Offering. A finder’s fee in cash or shares may be paid to arm’s length finders in relation to this Offering. This private placement financing is subject to approval by the TSX Venture Exchange.

About Affinity

Affinity is a Canadian mineral exploration company focused on advancing the Regal polymetallic project located near Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada.

Information related to the Corporation and the Regal project can be found on the Corporation’s website at:

www.affinity-metals.com

On behalf of the Board of Directors

Robert Edwards, CEO and Director of Affinity Metals Corp.
The Corporation can be contacted at: [email protected] or by phone 604-227-3554

Ronald-Peter Stöferle: Well Known Big Investors Are Now Buying Gold SPONSOR: Affinity Metals $AAF.ca $SII.ca $TUD.ca $GTT.ca $AMK.ca $OSK.ca $RKR.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 11:50 AM on Tuesday, February 4th, 2020
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Sponsor: Affinity Metals (TSX-V: AFF) a Canadian mineral exploration company building a strong portfolio of mineral projects in North America. The Corporation’s flagship property is the Drill ready Regal Property near Revelstoke, BC. Recent sampling encountered bonanza grade silver, zinc, and lead with many samples reaching assay over-limits. Click Here for More Info

  • Well Known Big Investors Are Now Buying Gold As central banks continue to go wild, the list of well known investors who are buying and recommending gold continues to grow.

As Ronald-Peter Stöferle, author of the “#InGoldWeTrust” report and a fund manager for #Incrementum was kind of enough to join me on the show and discuss. Ronni talks about how while gold has been reaching all time highs in many #currencies around the globe, it’s now even starting to rally in #dollar terms.

And with low or even #negativeinterestrates prevailing around the globe, the appeal of gold is shining brighter than ever.

He also provides updates on the #inflation warning he issued late last year, why #centralbanks continue to buy gold, what #investors can expect in this year’s version of his highly sought after “In Gold We Trust Report,” and a few of the gold companies he’s an advisor to.

So to hear a #goldmarket update from one of the most well informed and connected gold investors on the planet, click to watch the interview now! – To get access to Ronni’s “In Gold We Trust

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Report” go to: https://investmentresearchdynamics.com/

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It’s Now Time To Look At Junior Gold Developers And Explorers – Red Cloud SPONSOR: Affinity Metals $AAF.ca $SII.ca $TUD.ca $GTT.ca $AMK.ca $OSK.ca $RKR.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 2:54 PM on Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

Sponsor: Affinity Metals (TSX-V: AFF) a Canadian mineral exploration company building a strong portfolio of mineral projects in North America. The Corporation’s flagship property is the Drill ready Regal Property near Revelstoke, BC. Recent sampling encountered bonanza grade silver, zinc, and lead with many samples reaching assay over-limits. Click Here for More Info

(Kitco News) – The merger and acquisition activity that swept through the mining sector in 2019 is only going to pick up momentum this year as mine developers and junior explorers are next on the auction block, according to one financing company.

In a recent webinar, Derek Macpherson, vice president of research at Red Cloud, said that with gold in the early inning of a new bull market, he expects to see more M&A activity in the mining sector.

However, he added that sentiment is a little different than it was in 2019.

“The M&A activity we saw last year focused on production assets,” he said. “As we see fewer of those assets become available companies will have to look further down cap. I think we are getting a lot closer to seeing junior explorers benefit from M&A activity.”

The comments come as junior explorers continue to struggle to attract investor attention. The sector was still largely ignored in 2019 as the M&A activity focused on creating mega-gold companies and larger producers.

Macpherson said that although some companies are struggling to attract attention, investors should focus on the companies that are activity developing and de-risking their projects.

“In this environment and with the potential for more M&A activity, the drill bit is the key to value,” he said.

Macpherson added because of solid production and higher prices in 2019 many mid-tier mining companies are in good shape to go shopping in the market again. Further divestitures from the major gold producers also means more opportunities to buy.

Not only are miners in a hurry to replace dwindling reserves, but Macpherson noted that a strong gold price will add to growing confidence in the marketplace. He noted that there are growing calls for $2,000 gold.

“I think gold at $1,600 is in the mix but I also don’t think $2,000 is out of the realm of possibilities,” he said.
Looking at the gold market, the financial firm sees strong investment demand for the yellow metal as central banks around the world maintain ultra-loose monetary policy.

“More money printing and negative yielding debt make gold a very attractive asset class,” he said.

Macpherson also noted that with equity markets at record valuations, it wouldn’t take much for investors jump out off the S&P and into more safe-haven assets.

SOURCE: https://www.kitco.com/commentaries/mining/2020-01-20/It-s-now-time-to-look-at-junior-gold-developers-and-explorers-Red-Cloud.html

Affinity Metals $AAF.ca Affinity Metals Corp. Invites You to Join Us at the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference $SII.ca $TUD.ca $GTT.ca $AMK.ca $OSK.ca RKR.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 9:32 AM on Friday, January 17th, 2020

Affinity Metals Corp. (TSXV: AFF) would like to cordially invite you to visit us at Booth #437 at the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference (VRIC) to be held at the Vancouver Convention Centre West (1055 Canada Place, Vancouver) on Sunday January 19 – Monday January 20, 2020.

The Vancouver Resource Investment Conference has been the bellwether of the junior mining market for the last twenty-five years. It is the number one source of information for investment trends and ideas, covering all aspects of the natural resource industry.

Each year, the VRIC hosts over 60 keynote speakers, 350 exhibiting companies and 9000 investors.

Investment thought leaders and wealth influencers provide our audiences with valuable insights. C-suite company executives covering every corner of the mineral exploration sector as well as metals, oil & gas, renewable energy, media and financial services companies are available to speak one on one. This is a must-attend for investors and stakeholders in the global mining industry.

For more information and/or to register for the conference please visit: https://cambridgehouse.com/vancouver-resource-investment-conference.

We look forward to seeing you there.

For further information:

Affinity Metals Corp.
Robert Edwards
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[email protected]
www.affinity-metals.com