A Rare One-Time Event Has Created the Final Big Buying Opportunity at Such a Low Price
An ETF Reset That Has Caused Chaos and a Blood in the Streets Moment
Top Investors are Now Gleefully Buying Up Millions of Shares
It’s all thanks to the VanEck Vectors Junior Gold Miners Fund (GDXJ), who made a stunning announcement on April 12th of this year that in order to keep its fund balanced, it would need to expand its holdings to an additional 18 companies. That’s a 35% increase!
The irony of the success of the ETF and capital flowing into the sector is that in order to make way for the 18 additions, they would need to sell portions of all the current holdings (50), which happen to be some of the best companies available to investors…
What happened next was a panic!
April 2017: VanEck One-Time Event Announcement
- Keith Neumeyer has purchased millions of shares on the open market
- ALL reporting insiders purchased a large number of shares in the last financing for CAD$0.80 (higher than it trades for today)
- Mr. Neumeyer alone purchased 1.5 million shares at that price
Our Individual Gold Stock Buying Opportunity
The irony is that the rebalance had to take place because of the popularity of the fund.
From the start of 2016, which marked the ultimate bottom for the gold sector, to the April announcement, investors poured $3.3 billion into the GDXJ, forcing the fund to buy up major stakes in these small junior mining shares they tracked.
To the point that it was too much. The GDXJ ended up owning too much of each company and basically became too big for its index, putting it at risk of violating Canadian and U.S. regulatory thresholds.
A rebalance and forced sell-off from the ETF was scheduled for June 16th.
This sparked investors who didn’t own the ETF to both sell and short the existing companies during the months of April, May, and in the days leading up to the middle of June.
This rare one-time event is now behind us, and it has created a one-time buying opportunity to purchase one of the best names in the business at a steep discount!
Shares of First Mining Finance are artificially cheap today…
Earlier this year, shares traded for over CAD$1, but shortly after the GDXJ announcement, it traded at 52-week lows. Today, you can still buy shares for under a buck, but not for long, if you ask legendary investor and resource entrepreneur Keith Neumeyer, who is the founder of the company.
He’s been buying millions of shares of his own company on the open market since its inception. Having the resume of creating two multi-billion-dollar companies in this space, Keith predicts that First Mining Finance will be his 3rd billion-dollar giant.
Investors are no stranger to Keith Neumeyer’s success. Here’s what happened to other investors who partnered with Keith early on in his two previous start-ups.
He’s quickly going from zero to *12 million ounces of gold in under 2 years! Making eight acquisitions, First Mining Finance is accomplishing what no other company has ever even tried…
With his masterful focus, Keith Neumeyer helped this company buy up high-quality assets from distressed sellers. With 25 projects, this North American gold company is being called a mineral bank.
If you want to leverage gold to the upside, First Mining Finance has one of the best portfolios on the planet. Their five top-tier assets are all in eastern Canada, one of the most resource-rich and friendly mining jurisdictions on Earth.
- Springpole is one of the largest undeveloped gold projects in the World with over 5 million ounces of gold in the ground.
- Goldlund has a 2.3 million ounce gold resource with terrific upside to grow and is perfectly located in north western Ontario where a highway, powerline, and gas line run right through the property.
- Cameron has a resource of close to 1 million ounces of gold First Mining’s property package includes a number of satellite projects with historic resources that could potentially feed a consolidated mining operation.
- Hope Brook: A past producing mine with a million ounce high-grade gold resource that is amenable to both open-pit and underground mine methods.
- Pickle Crow: Another past producing high-grade mine site with a 200 tonne per day gravity mill on the property and 1.3 million ounce gold resource averaging nearly 4 grams per tonne.
Springpole’s valuation is currently higher than the market capitalization of the whole company. This is made possible, of course, by the GDXJ rebalance that is now over.
As an extreme value proposition, it doesn’t get any better than this. You’re getting 24 projects on top of Springpole, and to put it bluntly, we are getting Keith Neumeyer on sale!
Gold is breaking out to the upside now. With each rate hike, we are seeing higher highs… In fact, gold is one of the best-performing assets of 2017. There is no denying this higher move, either, with the fundamentals being so strong.
Gold is cheaper than it’s ever been, relative to other assets. The discovery cycle collapsed long ago now, and there have been no major discoveries for the last two decades!
Demand for real physical gold is surging higher, and even conservative estimates are putting gold at over $1,500 by the end of the year.
A New Bull Market has Started
We suggest maximizing the gold trade by locking in future profits
through ownership of First Mining Finance shares.
Chief Editor, CrushTheStreet.com
For more information about First Mining Finance, visit FirstMiningFinance.com.
What’s About to Happen to the Gold Price Will be Historic
With negative interest rates, a ballooning U.S. deficit, and nations now fighting over natural resources, it is more important than ever to have exposure to gold. This is why we are recommending very specific gold companies, like First Mining Finance.
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*12 Million ounces of gold resources (7Moz measured and indicated/5Moz inferred)
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