I got an invite to join this, probably because I subscribe to a Doug Casey newsletter. Here’s some of the rather sketchy details:
Because of the rules surrounding pre-IPO financings…
I cannot reveal too many specific details about Project Gold Rush—save two.
First, the company has applied to list on a major exchange. And the soon-to-be-listed stock I’m talking about isn’t some risky junior mining company, run by some amateur geologist with a box of crayons in one hand and crimpled map in the other, looking for precious metals in the middle of nowhere.
That much, you should know.
Second: yes, I’m talking about a new pre-IPO gold company.
But not just any kind of gold company
Project Gold Rush does not mine any gold. Nor is it a gold explorer.
That means it takes none of the usual big financial and mining risks associated with many of these junior resource companies trying to explore and build a mine.
Other than that, I cannot tell you anything more about it.
That’s because this company is structured in a unique way… where each gold deal it does is basically a “win-win” for both the company and its shareholders.
I want you to know that, due to incredibly high demand, and the popularity of this company’s type of structure…
I cannot guarantee that you will get in.
This is first-come, first-serve.
This could be the one and only time you see this invitation.
This opportunity allows you to get in on the SAME TERMS and at the SAME PRICE as I’m getting.
The problem is … he wants $2500 to join. I’m not putting down that kind of money without some more details.
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