This is Shocking
Legendary speculator Doug Casey gives $60+ price target for $2-per-share company… He’s never publicly done this before.
On March 7th of this year, we alerted our members to a “back up the truck” moment for Brazil Resources, a company that had significant growth during the bear market and made some very strategic acquisitions at the depth of the bear market last year.
Since that suggestion, BRI has risen 300%. For many, this may be something to celebrate, but for the insiders in the know, they aren’t selling a single share. BRI is still the cheapest for investors looking to control ounces in the ground in order to maximize their gains from a rising gold price.
Here is a Chart that Explains it All…
By the numbers, you can not find a better deal!
What this chart is missing is BRI’s secret project… It’s not really a secret project, but it is without a doubt completely unknown to most investors. You see, most investors only see BRI as a pure gold stock, but it’s not.
BRI also has one of the most lucrative property locations in the entire Athabasca Basin, the richest place on earth that hosts uranium. It’s the senior joint venture partner, BRI 75%, and billion-dollar Areva 25%!
Amir Adnani, the head of BRI, who’s been featured many times as one of the brightest resource entrepreneurs in the industry, is also the CEO of a uranium company. One that he took from concept to production in just 5 years. At the time, it was 1 of only 5 U.S. producers of uranium!
Legendary Rick Rule, of Sprott Asset Management, told me directly that “Amir is a force of nature!”
According to New York Times Best Selling Author and hedge fund manager Marin Katusa, this is the “one must-own precious metal stock.”
Here Are 7 Reasons Why We Are Recommending Investors Consider Shares of BRI
- Three flagship-quality gold properties! Plus a top-tier uranium project in the richest uranium land in the world.
- Projects are all in safe jurisdictions: Brazil, U.S.A., and Canada
- Management owns 25% of the company; the 2nd-largest shareholder is the founder and chairman himself, Mr. Amir Adnani.
- It has $5 million in cash and NO debt!
- The largest shareholders are Rick Rule, Doug Casey, and Marin Katusa.
- Amir’s last company saw gains of over 2,800% coming out of a down cycle. I believe we are coming out of the current down cycle now.
- Key insider in Brazil, Mario Garnero — dubbed the most influential man in Brazil — is a shareholder, on the board of directors, and is chairman to Brasilinvest, the oldest merchant bank in Brazil, who is also a shareholder!
In my opinion, the NEW bull market in gold stocks is starting right now! This is the one stock I want to suggest to you today.
Your timing couldn’t be better, in my opinion; the gold sector and mining shares are at multi-decade low valuations, deeply discounted, and the best part is if you look at the mining shares and gold price since the summer, we are now in an uptrend!
I believe gold, specifically, will soar higher and faster than other commodities in this new uptrend… As a result of mounting problems that have been papered over since the 2008 financial crisis, gold’s new bull market will have all the glitter investors have come to expect in this very cyclical sector.
Savvy investors are already taking note of the deep value trade we have in the gold sector, while at the same time, currency wars are escalating and government debt is surging higher. Ray Dalio, Carl Icahn, and George Soros have all been entering the sector recently.
In August, Stanley Druckenmiller shocked the world when he took a $323 million stake in gold. Mr. Druckenmiller is the “smart money” – his fund, over 3 decades, beat Warren Buffet’s by more than 50%!
The last time early investors entrusted money with Amir Adnani during a bear market, they saw gains of 2,800%, turning a $10,000 investment in $280,000 in 2 years! When it comes to BRI, I have personally never seen a junior gold stock bring together so many “A”-listers. With Rick Rule, of Sprott Asset Management, Doug Casey, of Stansberry Research, and Marin Katusa, of Katusa Research, through their fund, they are the largest single shareholders of this tiny gold stock.
Even the oldest merchant bank in Brazil has taken a stake in this company, with the bank’s chairman even coming on as one of BRI’s board of directors. I say “tiny,” due to their undervalued market capitalization vs. the relative value of their business.
Cachoeira Project, 1.35 million ounces of gold (787,737 oz. indicated/563,200 oz. gold inferred).
Takeover of Brazilian Gold Corp.,giving them the Sao Jorge, 1.7 million ounces of gold (715,000 oz. indicated/1,035,200 oz. inferred).
Boa Vista, with 336,000 ounces of gold (inferred).
Surubim Project, with 503,000 ounces of gold (inferred)
BRI advances its “secret” project, a uranium property in the Athabasca Basin, an area that is responsible for 25% of all uranium production.
Whistler Project, 3.1 million ounces of gold (1,280,000 indicated/1,850,000 inferred).
When taking into account the silver and copper in this project, the Whistler Project in Alaska has a total of 5.6 million ounces of *equivalent gold!
Titiribi Gold Project acquisition, which nearly doubled their in-ground gold resources.
This single transaction took the company from 10 million ounces of gold resources to 18 million, and over 20 million ounces of gold equivalent.
“Amir Adnani is an unstoppable force of nature”
– Rick Rule, of Sprott USA
This company is being aggressive in a brutal bear market. Where many junior mining companies have crashed and gone to zero or are just trying to fake it until they make it, BRI is on a terror, accumulating assets at fire-sale prices.
This young company is now one of the world’s
fastest growing gold development companies!
Investors who buy today are getting the stock at a cheaper valuation than fund managers, legendary resource investors, and even management themselves when they bought shares of the company in 2011 after they went public, when all they had was an idea.
Lottery Ticket-Type Projects, According to Marin Katusa
Research Brazil Resources for yourself. Call the company, read their press releases, and speak to your broker to see if shares are right for you. Even though BRI is adding value and I believe it will be an enormously successful investment, it’s still a small micro-cap stock, so volatility is common. If you can’t stomach a 10 to 50% move in this stock in either direction, then this stock isn’t for you.
For a complete table of BRI’s Gold project portfolio, please use the following links.
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