Kaminak Gold: An 'ambitious' junior
Our good friend, Brien Lundin, editor Gold Newsletter wrote:
Kaminak Gold (KMKGF) is engaging in one of the most ambitious drilling programs in the junior exploration sector, as exemplified by the latest assays from Coffee, the company’s flagship gold project in the Yukon.
The strong results for this latest release, combined with the aggressive nature of the 2012 drilling program, suggest that the company’s early-2013 resource estimate for the project could wow the market.
The company is a rare bird these days, which is to say it’s a gold explorer with a stocked treasury. It recently added C$6.3 million in gross proceeds to its coffers, thanks to a bought-deal, private placement of flow-through shares.
The over-allotment option was fully exercised on a financing that issued three million shares at a price of C$2.10. The deal gives Kaminak over C$22 million in cash, an amount that should fund the exploration effort at Coffee through 2012 and beyond.
Given the pace of the drilling on the project, I expect Kaminak to keep the newswires humming in the weeks and months ahead.
With the gold market looking as if it may shake off the summer doldrums and make a significant up move, Kaminak looks priced to move at current levels. It’s a strong buy.
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July 19, 2012 (Source: The Stock Advisors)
Disclosure: Kaminak Gold Corp. is a Vulture Bargain Candidate of Interest (VBCI). Members of the GGR team hold long positions in KAM.V.