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Paramount Gold and Silver (PZG) has been very busy this summer exploring its world class San Miguel Project which completely encompasses one of the top operating silver mines in the world operated by Coeur D'Alene.
Paramount's San Miguel Property is located in The Sierra Madre Gold-Silver Belt. This area of the world is attracting major interest from the big boy miners such as Pan American Silver, Goldcorp, Agnico Eagle Mines, Alamos Gold, Argonaut Gold and the world's richest man Carlos Slim's Minera Frisco who recently acquired the 4.6 million ounce Ocampo Mine.
Paramount's high grade 3.3 million ounces are extremely desired by the major players especially their next door neighbor Coeur D'alene. When this market turns I believe Paramount could be one of the best takeover targets for a major looking to expand in one of the best and low cost areas to mine in the world.
Paramount's San Miguel already has a published Preliminary Economic Assessment which showed an asset highly competitive and arguably more economic than some of the other miners that were acquired or are currently producing in the Sierra Madre Belt. The PEA at San Miguel showed an impressive average gold equivalent grade of 3.18 g/t and positive metallurgical recoveries of over 90% for the gold open pit and 80% for the silver open pit. Even in a lower gold case scenario the mine would be economic with a 24.5% IRR at $1300 gold and $25 silver. Cash costs are around $513 at that level.
Disclosure: Author Owns PZG and company is sponsor on author's website.
NATHAN AMONDSON (Production Designer) started his career behind the camera in feature films as a storyboard/ concept artist. During this time, he worked on such Hollywood blockbusters as “Legally Blonde, “Ella Enchanted” and “The Italian Job.” Amondson transitioned into production design, working with Director Wim Wenders on “Land Of Plenty” that debuted in competition at the Venice Film Festival in 2004. He followed up with “Don't Come Knocking” that competed at the Cannes Film Festival in 2005, which also earned Amondson a nomination for Best Production Design at the German Film Awards in 2006. Some of his other work as a production designer include “Blood: The Last Vampire,” “Tekken,” “Drive Angry” and “Tresspass.” His last project, “The Iceman” staring Michael Shannon, Chris Evans, James Franco & Winona Ryder will be in theatres May 3, 2013. Amondson is currently working on “O.T. Beach” with Paramount Pictures. You can email your questions to email@example.com Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film
Chris Crupi, CEO of Paramount Gold and Silver (PZG) has just come back from meetings with Asian investors where there is major demand for gold and silver mining assets in North America. Asian investors should continue diversifying away from U.S. dollars and bonds into real wealth in the earth which is trading at multi-year lows. In addition, the majors such as Barrick, Newmont, Goldcorp, Fresnillo and Coeur D'alene may start looking for low cost projects with the ability to produce at least 100-200k ounces a year. Paramount may be one of the best junior miners out there today that fits that profile. Between the San Miguel Project in the heart of the famous Sierra Madre District and the Sleeper Project in the center of mining friendly Nevada, Paramount Gold and Silver should be an acquisition target on the radar of the intelligent mid-tier producers.
Disclosure: Author Is Long Paramount and the company is a sponsor on my website.
Rod Pyle is a producer, writer and director of documentary programming for Discovery Communications and The History Channel, where he produced “Modern Marvels: Apollo 11,” among many other shows. Rod produced special effects for Star Trek and other programming at Paramount. He has authored several books including "Innovation the NASA Way," "Missions to the Moon," "Destination Moon," "Destination Mars" and his latest work, "Curiosity: An Inside Look at the Mars Rover Missions and the People Who Made it Happen."
Rod is a graduate of Stanford University and was a visiting professor at University of La Verne. He’s appeared on several TV and radio programs in Great Britain, Canada and the US.
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Studio: Paramount Pictures
Director: Jonathan Liebesman
Screenwriter: Josh Appelbaum, Andrew Nemec, Art Marcum, Matt Holloway, John Fusco
Starring: Megan Fox, Alan Ritchson, Jeremy Howard, Pete Ploszek, Noel Fisher, Will Arnett, Danny Woodburn, William Fichtner, Johnny Knoxville, Tony Shalhoub
Genre: Action, Adventure
MPAA Rating: PG-13 (for sci-fi action violence)
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