Marin Katusa’s brand new newsletter; which “tiny gold company” is mentioned?

By chrizcringle, July 7, 2016

Marin Katusa, which is a well-known guy around the resource industry, has recently started a newsletter called Katusa’s Resource Opportunities (this week, so it’s pretty fresh).
Do anybody know of which gold company he is refrering to in this link? https://katusaresearch.com/katusa-core-kro/?mc_cid=67cc7143e6&mc_eid=3e2bf87746
-Chris, Norway

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matthewacker
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Thanks Chris, I also want to know what this is.

whidathunk
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My best guess is Erdene Resource Development Corp – ERDCF. Next door to world’s second largest gold consumption region and largest gold producer . http://www.erdene.com/corporate20/corporate20.php

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offshoresailor
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I just read the email pitch. Don’t really mind springing for the $1,500 but having never heard of him it gives me some concern that there is no guarantee .
Don B

RabbitChaser
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Marin has promoted some good ones. Most recently Brazil Resources. I’m sure this next one will be a hit as well. This new one is “thinly traded”….those can be manipulated quite easily. That said, I believe in Marin and am using caution..

Whidathunk – why do you think Erdene. I see a connection: Marin to First Finance Management to Erdene….but is there another reason? He’d be already invested in Erdende via his involvement with FF

It’s probably Erdene, but it should of been MX Gold.

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Whidathunk
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Rabbitchaser, Erdene is mining in Mongolia, second largest gold discovery next to South Africa’s Witwatersrand. First Finance backing and a strong balance sheet with strong management leads me to this conclusion. Also a overlooked company as noted in the newsletter. Investing in Erdene as well would supplement FFM investments.

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Rabbit
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Whidathunk – Marin says he will recommend when to buy and sell. If it’s a company related to FF, like Erdene…wouldn’t that be something like insider trading?

Bonair
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So far so true, a lot speaks for Erdene indeed. But Marin talks about a gold “deposit” majors would kill to have. So far Erdene only has a “discovery” of unknown size and minability. My other guess: Marin could mean Exeter: Massive gold deposit. Insider holdings. Not on mainstream press. Recent buying but with a not so thinly trading. What do you think, guys?

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augrabber
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my guess is midas gold ( MAX) on can. venture exch. One of the largest gold deposits in the US. Has had movement correlating with katusa’s announcement.

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DeathProof
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He is referring to NDM

sundog88
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Thanks for your comment, why do you say that it IS “NDM”?

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Hi With respect to MAX and Karin below is an excerpt from https://www.streetwisereports.com/pub/na/marin-katusa-follow-the-good-guys-in-mining Question: After reading this info is the consensus that the new article is refering to MAX?? MK: Midas Gold Corp. (MAX:TSX) is a fantastic project that I believe a major will eventually want to own. I am down on my position, but Midas has a solid management team, although they are promotionally challenged. It’s suffering from two issues in this market: the permitting processβ€”nobody cares about companies in that permitting periodβ€”and the capital cost to build the mine in this market is being frowned upon. A company… Read More Β»

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Rabbit
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Spicer. Nice ref. But seriously, years? Who invests in miners to wait years? You can throw a rock and hit 100% return right now.

Check out this story: Gold Soars As Negative Rates Spread http://flip.it/c2LP5

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Mosley
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DeathProof – did you suscrribe for his newsletter or this just an educated guess? and any insights on how you came to this conclusion. It does seem very thinly traded and the gold deposits too.

Cheers mate

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Lu Paine
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Trying to retrieve mailing from Katusa promoting his new service; Katusa’s Resource Opportun cities

Oscar
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Yahoo finance reports that Sprott Asset mgmt has a 5.4% stake in NAK. Also, Future Money Trends added K92 Mining to their list of core gold positions, their other two currently being Brazil Resources and and First Mining Finance. Not sure if there is a connection there. Thanks for all the suggestions and ideas here:)

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Charlie
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I wanted to get into some small mining stocks, I already hold physical gold/silver. I liked what I had read and seen on this,

But this made me wonder –

http://incakolanews.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/marin-katusa-laid-bare.html

This being his first venture outside of Casey Research I thought he would be putting his name on the line making this work out. It closes at midnight today.

Thoughts?

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s2news
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I’m not too familiar of Marin Katusa’s actual overall performance so it’s difficult for me to decide to pay the money for the newsletter or look at another resource for the micro/small-caps. I’ve done great with with just RING, GDX, GDXJ, SLVP and SILJ (could buy more options vs. newsletter cost). I’m a little confused when I ran across the following link back when he was with Casey Research but without knowing all the details I’m not sure if its mudslinging from a competitor/jealously or actual real claim: http://incakolanews.blogspot.com/2010/11/marin-katusas-scams-and-other-casey.html I wish there was a free-look period like http://www.angelnexus.com/o/web/104784/loc=ios or provided… Read More Β»

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hedy1234
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Just remember that anyone can say virtually anything about someone without retribution so it is hard to determine fact from fiction.

Personally if he can make good picks, and I benefit, it doesn’t bother me. I reviewed his materials and found it pricey.

If you just review the materials on this website you can find good ideas.

Just remember that there has been a big move in precious metal miners (100%+) already. You may want to wait for a correction. One is surely coming based on the over bought futures market.

Jason
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Any conformation on which gold stock Katusa is banging on about?

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shawz
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ya would be interested to know what the stock ends up being. He’s buying in today so watch for some movement I guess πŸ™‚

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ggswift
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After Reading the following , I would be leery of subscribing to Katusa’s “Expensive” newsletter especially with NO REFUND OFFER, “For those of you considering the potential benefits of subscribing to Marin Katusa’s new “Katusa Research” vehicle*, please consider the principle reason he’s not staying with Casey Research. When Frank Porter Stansberry and Doug Casey agreed to merge their companies (Stansberry majority owner, Casey now minority), one of the Stansberry stipulations on the deal is that analysts at his shop cannot own or trade the stocks they cover. That’s been a house rule at Stansberry Research ever since he was… Read More Β»

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hedy1234
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GGswift- please read all the prior comments noted above. This point was already made and responded to. The source of this statement is unknown and the internet is a wide open place. There have been many times that newsletter writers have owned stocks they write about. It is not illegal nor unethical as long as you know about it. Disclosure is the key. In the wild wild west of junior miners it is not all bad to buy the stocks that writers like this own. Doesn’t matter to me if he makes more money than me as long as they… Read More Β»

ggswift
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Hedy the bottom line is will the newsletter make money for the subscribers. Any one can pick out previous wins , but will this “NEW” Publication make money ? There is no recent record of success. It is really irrelevant to me if the author of the publication makes money personally , BUT if he recommends a stock and then sells quickly after the recommendation , taking a profit and leaving the subscribers with large losses ………. that to me is not ethical! Question do you know Mr Katusa , or are you in anyway affiliated with the publication?

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hedy1234
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Absolutely not. However he worked for them along time and was/is a recognized “authority ” on these kinds of companies. If they go up after he recommends them it is up to you to protect your profits.

I do have a Stansberry subscription and have for about 10 years.

hedy1234
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If you google him you will find a Streetwise interview of him from October of last year.

Very revealing and no doubt includes some of his current picks.

hedy1234
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Gold and Silver continue their modest decline.
IMHO you should take some money off tbe table if you have not already.

Personally I have sold some, halved some and bought some hedges. Had a big run up and need to protect. Keeping a lot of powder dry to reenter.

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SoGiAm
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HEDY1234 and ALL, may you please provide links if applicable and available. Thank you in advance, Ben

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I too have taken profits and have decided to see how far this pullback goes before re-entering. Rick Rule has stated that he is near term bearish/long term bullish on gold. This recent run-up has been amazing but a little too hot to last in the near term I think. I am still somewhat new to investing in mining stocks and thought I would share some info that I recently found. There are tons of gold stock promotions right now so I would enter this market with extreme caution and lots of research. This article is worth reading. https://www.occrp.org/en/investigations/283-mining-stock-fraud-an-old-trick-that-still-works And… Read More Β»

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ggswift
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Found this information about 2 stocks supposedly commented on by Marin Katusa GGTCF https://www.futuremoneytrends.com/insider Chart: http://schrts.co/rbVYkR ABNAF ABNAF http://www.barchart.com/interactive_charts/stocks/ ABNAF FACT SHEET: http://www.abenresources.com/i/pdf/f…-july-2016.pdf Marin Katusa: An internet poster’s analysis of Marin Katusa’s Position in ABNAF –He is a strong believer in the company–and he owns 9% of the company. –He is a very happy shareholder–and has no interest in selling at this time–still developing the value of ABNAF The news out regarding the Yukon is very positive…I also understand a big name or 2 is going to join the company Take It For What It Is Worth, BOTH Highly speculative… Read More Β»

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Johan
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It colud be MX or gum

Boguay
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How do you know it is GUM?
I am interested in this report, but it is quite expensive.

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I’ve followed Marin for close to a decade when nobody knew about him. When I was a Casey subscriber his articles were the only ones of real value to me. When he quit I let my sub expire. He is still a very good friend of Casey’s, they visited the latest gold pick you guys are wondering about. And it is NDM. Yes Marin has ownership in his picks, which to me is a big plus. Why would I want to someone who doesn’t follow their own hot air? If he has a stake in something, I know that he… Read More Β»

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lobstom
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I’d also say that NDM is one of his riskier picks. He explains this well and its because of the legal sinkhole that NDM is stuck in. He believes odds are decent that it’ll resolve. I don’t. NDM has been stuck for close to a decade and I don’t see it changing.

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