Rick Rule | Buying This May Be The Best Opportunity In Exploration

In this exclusive interview, Rick Rule of Sprott USA along with Dr. John-Mark Staude of Riverside Resources sit down with Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable to discuss what may be the best value proposition in exploration, Prospect Generators.

This interview will address the ambiguity that many speculators have regarding the prospect generator business model. Viewers will gain a valuable insight into why one of the most successful investment minds places a high degree of confidence into the prospect generator business model, has he first defines in his own words to many virtues that prospect generators provide to the Market.

We caveat the thesis by introducing Riverside Resources, a prospect generator with generative projects throughout Mexico and Canada. In addition, Riverside Resources has a highly regarded exploration team with history of discoveries and advancing multiple projects through JVs and strategic partnerships. The company has an extensive project portfolio with diverse commodity exposure with a 75,000+ location database ($20M+ in past investment)
Gold-Silver resource project + new discovery drilling in 2020 and new partnerships in 2020, with no debt and tightly held shares.

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First Mining Gold has alot more upside and less risks. Their Springpole project alone has more ounces in the ground than what Riversides Geraldton region has produced over the last 100 years. Springpole and Goldlund are in the Red Lake region in Ontario. They have share dilution but once the GDXJ and other funds add them back on, it will lessen the outstanding shares. They fit the criteria of having a proven management team with prior successes and a portfolio of developing tier 1 assets with 11 million ounces in Canada.

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