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InvestmentPitch Media Video Discusses K9 Gold's Completion of First Phase of Mapping/Sampling at Stony Lake Project in Central Newfoundland and adds Technical Advisor - Video Available on Investmentpitch.com
Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - November 26, 2020) - K9 Gold Corp (TSXV: KNC) (FSE: 5GP) has completed the first phase of mapping and sampling on its Stony Lake property, to follow up on the anomalous 2019 results covering the northeast section of the property. The company has an option to earn up to a 100% interest in the Stony Lake Project, which lies within the Cape Ray/Valentine Lake structural trend in Central Newfoundland, ...
Newsfile · 3d ago
K9 Gold 2020 Exploration Program Update for Stony Lake, Adds Technical Adviser
Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - November 25, 2020) -  K9 Gold Corp. (TSXV: KNC) (FSE: 5GP) ("K9" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Andreas Rompel to its technical advisory board. Dr. Rompel is a seasoned exploration professional with nearly three decades of exploration experience in a wide range of roles from VP Exploration and Project Manager to Country Manager and Corporate Development. Dr. Rompel has also worked in ...
Newsfile · 4d ago
K9 Gold Corp. Yielding High Quality Gold Samples at Stony Lake Project as CEO Discusses Companys Promising Exploration
NEW YORK, NY, Nov. 16, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- K9 Gold Corp. (OTC Pink: WDFCF) (TSXV: KNC) (FSE: 5GP) continues to ramp up exploration of its extremely promising Stony Lake Project in Central Newfoundland as gold futures climbed to just below $1,900 an ounce at last Friday’s close.  K9 Gold Corp. announced last week that Overburden Drilling Management (ODM) completed the preliminary phase of till sampling, which followed up on the compilation of historic exploration work on the property that identified a large area with highly anomalous gold values in tills previously collected.  In those previously collected tills, the company stated the calculated visible gold assays, by ODM, yielded 15 samples with values over 1500 parts per billion (ppb), four of which had values of 11.8, 12.8, 14.1, and 19.5 grams per tonne gold (g/t Au).Stock Market Media Group, a news and media IR firm, caught up with K9 Gold Corp.’s Chief Executive Officer, Jeff Poloni, to discuss the company’s exploration of its Stony Lake Project, the gold and precious metals market, and funding opportunities that are keeping the project moving full steam ahead.  Jeff Poloni’s exploration career began at an early age when he spent his summers off from school, working for his father, and since then, he’s amassed 30 years of experience in mineral exploration and corporate management on projects in both North America and South America.SMMG: When you were named the CEO of the company in September, what attracted you to join the team at K9 Gold Corp.?Jeff Poloni: “Simply put, two things, management and the Stony Lake Project. Management at K9 Gold Corp. is an experienced, dedicated team that has an excellent track record in developing projects and building shareholder value. Additionally, the Stony Lake Project has all the right signatures to move it to the next level.”SMMG: With the current price of gold remaining just below $1,900/ounce, what is your short and long-term performance outlook for the gold and precious metals market?Jeff Poloni: “I believe that the outlook for gold is excellent. Bank of America has a 12-month price target of $3,000. There have been a lot of big investors moving capital into gold and gold stocks recently.”SMMG: Can you bring us up to speed on the company’s current operations at the Stony Lake Project?Jeff Poloni: “Currently we are actively working at Stony Lake conducting airborne VTEM, LiDAR and Imagery surveys, mapping, and rock and till sampling. We are also planning some trenching to open up a few areas with mineralized outcrop.”SMMG: For the average investor who isn’t familiar with exploration in the mining industry, can you explain what is the significance of where the Stony Lake Project is situated geographically?Jeff Poloni: “The property covers a 27-kilometer long portion of the Cape Ray Valentine Lake structural zone, the host to several advanced-stage gold projects. Included are both Marathon’s Valentine Lake and Sokoman’s Moosehead project. The importance of faults in this zone is that it allows gold-bearing hydrothermal fluids to leak upwards from a deeper intrusive source.”SMMG: And for investors who aren’t versed in the industry’s language, what does “of favorable trend” and “significant structural trend” mean?Jeff Poloni: “Since many mineral deposits are related to major structures, such as faults and shear zones, geologists always look for geological settings that are similar to known districts hosting major mines. Such areas are often referred to as both ‘a favorable trend’ and a ‘significant structural trend.’  In reality, the two terms are pretty much fully interchangeable.”SMMG: What did the company learn from the 2019 airborne magnetometer, radiometrics, and VLF-EM survey it had done, and how will K9 Gold Corp. capitalize on that information now?Jeff Poloni: “The 2019 airborne survey provided the data to allow an interpretation of the structural patterns (first and second-order faults) underlying the upper sedimentary rocks. This has given us more specific targets for this next phase of exploration. This is of particular significance since we have found gold mineralization both in the intrusive rocks and within the overlying sediments.”SMMG: Additionally, you have announced the mobilization for a VTEM survey has begun. What do you hope to learn from this survey?Jeff Poloni: “The VTEM survey will give us even more definition of mineralized structures. Along with the LiDAR, Imagery and mapping it will allow us to correlate gold mineralization and structure.”SMMG: K9 Gold Corp. announced that it is well funded, having raised gross proceeds of $3.5 million in 2 separate private placements, so what have you earmarked these funds for?Jeff Poloni: “Yes, we are well-funded having raised $2.5 million in one private placement, and an additional $1 million in another private placement, which was led by Palisades Goldcorp, a major backer in the area.  “These funds will be used for this first phase of exploration, which consists of till sampling, mapping, orthophotos, LiDAR, and VTEM airborne geophysics. It will also fund an initial drill program at our Stony Lake Project.”SMMG: Given your short and long-term projections for the gold and precious metals market, what are your expectations for K9 Gold Corp.’s future in the industry as it relates to its current projects and the potential for exploration?Jeff Poloni: “Central Newfoundland is on both the Canadian and world stage as a source for orogenic gold deposits, with Stony Lake having all of the correct signatures for discovery. I believe the long-term outlook for gold will have investment moving into the sector.”The latest update on the Stony Lake project was announced last week by K9 Gold Corp., and it can be viewed at https://www.nasdaq.com/press-release/k9-gold-2020-exploration-program-update-for-stony-lake-2020-11-09To learn more about K9 Gold Corp., visit https://www.k9goldcorp.com or call toll free (833) 434-GOLDAbout K9 Gold Corp.K9 Gold Corp. is a mineral exploration company headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and currently exploring for gold in Central Newfoundland.About Stock Market Media GroupStock Market Media Group is a news and media content development IR firm offering a platform for corporate stories to unfold in the media with press releases, research reports, corporate videos, radio-style CEO interviews, and feature news articles.This article was written based on publicly available information. Stock Market Media Group may, from time to time, include our own opinions about the companies, their business, markets, and opportunities in our articles. Any opinions we may offer about any of the companies we write about are solely our own and are made in reliance upon our rights under the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, and are provided solely for the general opinionated discussion of our readers. Our opinions should not be considered to be complete, precise, accurate, or current investment advice, or construed or interpreted as research. Any investment decisions you may make concerning any of the securities we write about are solely your responsibility based on your own due diligence. Our publications are provided only as an informational aid, and as a starting point for doing additional independent research. We encourage you to invest carefully and read the investor information available at the website of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission at www.sec.gov, where you can also find all of K9 Gold Corp.’s filings and disclosures. We also recommend, as a general rule, that before investing in any securities, you consult with a professional financial planner or advisor, and you should conduct a complete and independent investigation before investing in any security after prudent consideration of all pertinent risks.  We are not a registered broker, dealer, analyst, or advisor. We hold no investment licenses and may not sell, offer to sell, or offer to buy any security. Our publications about K9 Gold Corp. are not a recommendation to buy or sell a security. Should Stock Market Media Group and its management own shares in the profiled company, they may benefit from any increase in the share price of the profiled companies and hold the right to sell the shares bought at any given time including shortly after the release of the company’s profile. Section 17(b) of the 1933 Securities and Exchange Act requires publishers who distribute information about publicly traded securities for compensation, to disclose who paid them, the amount, and the type of payment.  Under the Securities Act of 1933, Section 17(b), Stock Market Media Group discloses that it was remunerated one-thousand, two hundred dollars paid for by a third party via bank wire, to produce this content related to K9 Gold Corp.Stock Market Media Group and its management do not own any shares in K9 Gold Corp. and never accepts compensation in free-trading shares for its marketing services of the company being profiled, however third parties that have compensated Stock Market Media Group may hold free-trading shares of the company being profiled and could very well be selling, holding or buying shares of the company’s stock at the same time the content is being disseminated to potential investors; this should be viewed as a definite conflict of interest and as such, the reader should take this into consideration.If Stock Market Media Group ever accepts compensation in the form of free trading shares of the company being profiled and decides to sell these shares into the public market at any time before, during, or after the release of the company’s profile, our disclaimer will be updated accordingly to reflect the current position of any free trading shares received as compensation for our services.For more information, visit: www.stockmarketmediagroup.com.Contact: CONTACT: Stock Market Media Group info@stockmarketmediagroup.com
GlobeNewswire · 11/16 14:00
How to Invest During Brexit? Look Outside the U.K., Fund Managers Say
ETFs that track markets abroad are seen as providing the best protection against the fallout from Britain’s break up with the European Union.
Bloomberg · 10/27 06:00
Risky Corner of ETF Market Could See More Debuts After SEC Vote
Bloomberg · 10/26 16:36
U.S. Banks Disappoint. But Are There Bright Spots Ahead?
Earnings have fallen more than 50% this year because of slow loan growth, lower margins, and higher provisions.The excess capital over regulatory minimums should give investors confidence banks can weather further headwinds.Future risks include lower for longer interest rates and the potential for higher taxes in the coming quarters.
Seekingalpha · 10/21 10:11
Financial Sector's Expected 2020 And 2021 EPS And Revenue Growth
The expected 2020 EPS growth rate for the Financial sector improved from -36% to -32% by the end of July '20 but has remained stagnant since.2021's expected revenue growth was greater than the 2020 percentage decline until April 10th, and then, 2020's expected percentage decline eclipsed 2021's expected revenue growth, and the difference has grown since.Banks have an excess of capital today, pending the addition to credit losses expected in the Q3 earnings releases, but at some point, the Fed will likely allow the return of capital once again via share buybacks. The big question is, when will that happen and what will be the impact on EPS?
Seekingalpha · 10/08 03:19
First Trust Financials AlphaDEX ETF declares $0.2632 dividend
First Trust Financials AlphaDEX ETF (FXO) declares $0.2632/share quarterly dividend, 21.7% increase from prior dividend of $0.2162.Forward yield 4.29%Payable Sept. 30; for shareholders of record Sept. 25; ex-div Sept. 24.See
Seekingalpha · 09/23 22:38
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First Trust Financials AlphaDEX® ETF
Risk
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2007-05-08
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S&P 600 Small Cap TR
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