Rule of Thumb for Valuing NPR

If a company has a high quality past producing gold project in the world's #1 ranked mining jurisdiction Nevada with a near-surface resource of above 1 g/t gold that is suitable for low-cost open pit heap leaching with a management team that has the ability to bring it into production, the project should be worth approximately 20% of the current in-situ gold value. If all North Peak Resources (TSXV: NPR) does is verify the 350,000 oz gold resource that was discovered in 1998, with gold at $1,841.60 per oz, the Black Horse Property's in-situ value is US$644.56 million giving NPR a fair value of US$128.912 million or CAD$161 million, which will equal a price for NPR of $7.55 per share.

However, the initial 1998 gold resource was only including drill holes from Area A and not the lesser explored Area B where some of the highest-grade intercepts were discovered. In addition, it was only including the oxide ore of Area A located closest to the surface.

If in addition to verifying the Area A oxide ore, NPR discovers a similar sized oxide gold resource at Area B, NPR will deserve a valuation of $15.10 per share.

If NPR successfully discovers similar grades of gold at greater depths below the oxide ore, they could potentially quadruple the 1998 gold resource, which would value NPR at $30.20 per share.

NPR is about to launch their gold drilling programs! NPR's management team successfully raised over $3.5 billion for their previous mining companies!

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