So many people are telling us that the reason they aren't investing big into Gold Bull Resources (TSXV: GBRC) at a US$5.73 million market cap is that it so obviously deserves a US$50 million+ market cap immediately that "something must be wrong" with the company. We originally had the same thoughts but after doing hundreds of hours of due diligence and traveling to Nevada to visit their Sandman project location we have concluded that either nobody knows it exists or there's a bunch of sexist investors in the gold industry who won't invest into a talented female CEO, but even if you don't trust female CEOs you have the same team who built Skeena Resources (SKE) of Craig Parry and Walter Coles Jr behind the company so it literally makes no sense.
The best explanation we can come up with as to how GBRC is trading so low is that gold simply needs to break out slightly higher and we will see the two highest quality gold exploration companies backed by the best teams: GBRC and Augusta Gold (TSX: G) both get rapidly revalued 3-5X higher in price within weeks. G could easily sell themselves to a company like AngloGold Ashanti (AU) today for US$200 million+, but G knows they will be able to get US$500 million+ for the company a few months from now so they are being patient. Still, how on earth is G worth only US$77 million today? It literally makes no sense... G is backed by a billionaire Richard Warke and has the world's highest quality assets in the middle of a 10 million oz district!
None of these valuations make sense! Stop asking questions and focus on loading up with as many GBRC and G shares as possible, because if you don't do it now... a few weeks from now you will be "chasing the momentum" and paying 200%+ more for these same stocks!
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