The Investor Behind Fiore Gold

NIA is 1,000% confident that its #1 stock suggestion for 2019, Fiore Gold (TSXV: F), will explode from its current price of $0.31 per share in the weeks ahead!

The investor who put this company together is Frank Giustra, one of the top 5 most successful mining investors in world history. Giustra is perhaps most famous for being the #1 largest donor to the Clinton Foundation. Back in 2005, two days after Giustra visited Kazakhstan with former U.S. President Bill Clinton, a shell company UrAsia Energy (controlled by Giustra) shocked the world by announcing an agreement to invest in three major uranium mines held by Kazakhstan's state-owned uranium company Kazatomprom. Giustra's agreement with Kazatomprom caused shares of UrAsia Energy to rise by 7,900% in less than two years from $0.10 per share up to a high of $8 per share, where its market cap reached $4 BILLION! Afterwards, Giustra's UrAsia Energy reverse merged into Uranium One - with Giustra and other UrAsia Energy shareholders controlling a 60% stake in the post-merger company, which reached a peak market cap in 2007 of $7.9 BILLION, before later being acquired by Russian state-owned nuclear corporation Rosatom.

In recent years, NIA suggested two previous Giustra deals and BOTH of them became HUGE winners for NIA members - achieving an average gain of 502.99% in an average time period of less than five weeks!

On March 24, 2016, NIA announced Giustra-backed Lithium-X at $0.97 per share as its #1 lithium stock suggestion. On April 15, 2016, Lithum-X reached a high of $2.85 per share for a gain of 193.81% in only three weeks! Earlier this year, Lithium-X was acquired by NextView for $265 million in cash or $2.61 per share!

On September 18, 2017, NIA announced Giustra-backed Hive Blockchain at $0.74 per share as its new #1 blockchain stock suggestion. On November 3, 2017, Hive Blockchain reached a high of $6.75 per share for a gain of 812.16% in only six weeks!

Historically, Giustra's biggest success has come from his gold mining deals. In 2001 with impeccable timing right when gold bottomed at a 22-year low of $256.65 per oz, Giustra and his partners took a controlling stake in Wheaton River after the stock fell to a record low of $0.34 per share with a market cap of $18 million. The company had cash of $18 million allowing Giustra to invest at an enterprise value of zero.

In late-2004, Wheaton River was acquired by Goldcorp for $2 BILLION or $4.29 per share in stock, giving Giustra and other Wheaton River shareholders a 43% stake in the post-merger Goldcorp. In the following years, Goldcorp became the world's third largest gold producer and saw its market cap peak in 2011 at $44 BILLION. In addition, Goldcorp in 2005 spun-off Silver Wheaton (now Wheaton Precious Metals) and in 2011 its market cap briefly exceeded $16 BILLION!

Currently, NIA considers Fiore Gold (TSXV: F) at $0.31 per share to be insanely undervalued in the same way Wheaton River was in 2001 when it fell to a low of $0.34 per share. Fiore's current market cap is only $30.3 million CAD and after subtracting its $9.51 million in cash - Fiore has an insanely low enterprise value of $20.79 million!

Fiore is likely to produce approximately 50,000 ounces of gold in 2019, which based on the current gold price of $1,224 per oz would be equal to annual revenue of $61.2 million in USD or $80.87 million in CAD. For a cash flow positive gold miner with no debt that is rapidly growing gold production with a HUGE proven/probable gold reserve and the strongest possible management team - to be trading with an enterprise value of only 0.25X revenue - is absolutely insane and won't last for long!

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