The Hottest Gold Frontier For 2021

October 28, 2020 - Global Investment Daily

By the end of next year, Australia is expected to become the #1 country in gold production, knocking China from the pedestal during today’s gold bull market.

It’s been home to some of the biggest gold bonanzas in the world, like the Mount Morgan mine which has produced over 8 million ounces of gold to date.

But while all eyes have been on Western Australia over the past several years, a team of industry veterans has come together, returning to the place where the Australian gold rush began.

New South Wales sparked Australia’s massive gold rush in 1851, when the discovery of gold flecks in a watering hole sent over 500,000 miners from around the world rushing to the region.

Now, Sentinel Resources Corp. (CSE:SNL; OTC:SNLRF) has brought together a team with over 90 years of combined experience to tap this historic region again in the ultimate low-risk, high-reward opportunity.

Armed with valuable data on historic mines that some world-class geologists believe is worth over $30 million, Sentinel just acquired 8 new properties in New South Wales for pennies on the dollar.

And it’s had some in the industry speculating why a team of industry veterans have joined this little-known junior to take on a region others have mistakenly overlooked.

Here are 5 reasons investors should be keeping an eye on Sentinel as they forge ahead toward exploring their vast portfolio of projects in the coming months.

1 - Experienced Team With A World-Class CV

Sentinel (CSE:SNL; OTC:SNLRF) has managed to recruit some of the brightest minds and most experienced professionals in the mining business to this new endeavor.

Together, their exploration team boasts a combined 90 years of experience, working in over 80 different countries around the world.

Their, senior advisor, Dr. Chris Wilson, has experience with mining and mineral exploration in 76 different countries. He’s also devoted much of the last 10 years to reviewing potential mining-related investment opportunities for high net worth people.

In short, that means he spent decades hunting for the best opportunities around the globe, and he knows a high-value opportunity when he finds one.

Danny Marcos, their exploration manager, has 25 years of experience as a seasoned field explorationist. And 10 of those years were spent right where it matters most, exploring and mining for minerals in the Australian province of New South Wales.

During the past few decades, he’s been part of some major discoveries, including one of the biggest discoveries to date in the Philippines.

Dr. Peter Pollard, their chief geologist and director, has a CV that few in the industry can match.

Not only has he written over 70 peer-reviewed papers throughout his career, but he’s presented short courses on ore geology to industry experts for over 25 years.

In the field, he’s also consulted for many of the world’s top 20 mining companies, working on the biggest projects in the world. Plus, he’s served on the board of a number of both private and public companies.

And perhaps most importantly, his areas of expertise include intrusion-related mineralized systems.

This includes many of the same types Sentinel is expecting to see throughout their properties in New South Wales.

Sentinel has also enrolled the help of Dr. Chris Wilson, their senior advisor.

He’s worked closely with some of the premier names in mining throughout the world.

For example, he worked as billionaire Robert Friedland’s right-hand technical man for Ivanhoe Mines, overseeing a whopping 11 million hectares of exploration.

He’s had over 30 years of experience in selecting prime areas to prospect and designing large drilling programs.

And this experience will be key in designing a program in New South Wales that will give Sentinel the best bang for their buck.

Like others on this star-studded team, Wilson also worked in over 75 countries on most commodities and deposit styles.

Plus, one member of the Sentinel team was also responsible for both sourcing the projects and vetting the assets at the Fosterville gold mine, the largest gold mine in Victoria.

That means they’re intimately familiar with the geology in the area and already have a track record that most spend years only hoping to achieve.

But now, after the major discovery just south of New South Wales, this team member will be moving north with Sentinel to hunt elephants.

With this team behind the exploration in the months ahead, they have the advantage of decades of experience and knowledge of geology that few teams in the world can match.

Regardless of the types of deposits or geology they come across, it’ll be hard to throw anything at this team that they haven’t already seen over the years, which gives them a massive advantage from the outset.

2 - Tapping Into Large, Vastly Underexplored Territories

Australia is becoming well-known for having one of the largest gold reserves on earth.

With the favorable geology and ore that’s more easily mined here than in other regions, this is quickly grabbing the attention of companies around the world.

That’s because this means a lower cost for miners to start operation, and it often leads to higher margins for those who plow ahead on this mineral-rich island.

And while Victoria and other territories have already been staked and have high entry costs for new miners, the state of New South Wales has gone largely overlooked until now.

And Sentinel (CSE:SNL; OTC:SNLRF) isn’t making the mistake of sleeping on this historic mineral-rich region.

There’s an endowment of more than 40 million ounces of gold from past production, and sources suggest that the in-ground resources there are expected to exceed 68 million ounces.

That means there’s been plenty of historical proof that this region has been ripe with major discoveries, and many expect there are still significant gold and silver resources lying under the surface.

Add to that the low cost of entry and low costs to hold the land, and this makes mining in New South Wales incredibly appealing.

This is why Sentinel has just acquired 8 gold projects spanning a massive 948 square km, and they’re set to tap into numerous deposit types there that others haven’t followed up on in past production.

But that’s just the beginning.

They’ve also acquired 7 more silver properties, covering 450 square km and containing north of 80 high-grade showings.

And these aren’t expected to just contain high-grade silver. There’s also been historical findings of high-grade gold on these silver properties as well.

This adds even more potential on top of the 8 promising new gold properties.

But it’s the location of these new silver projects that’s drawing attention, particularly their new Broken Hill West property.

This property is a hidden gem, located near some of the richest mineral discoveries on the continent.

They’ll have a close neighbor in Newcrest Mining, a major with a market cap of $25 billion.

And it’s also located just 2.5 km from the historic Broken Hill mine, one of the largest silver deposits in the world.

Broken Hill is also the namesake behind BHP, the industry titan worth $133 billion, as this is where they got their start before becoming one of the largest mining companies in the world.

Now, with Sentinel’s new silver property situated near another major and within a few short kilometers of one of the world’s largest silver discoveries, this is sure to be an area to pay close attention to.

Overall, they’re expecting around 75% of the exploration projects to include high-value resources, which is incredible considering the massive portfolio they’ve acquired in the area.

And they’ll have a wealth of data at their fingertips to get them started, thanks to the enormous database that exists for the state of New South Wales.

A treasure trove of data like this would typically cost mining companies $30-50 million in exploration dollars.

But this has already been provided by the Australian government, giving Sentinel an incredible head start as they get set to discover the new properties.

So with this database giving them plenty of information on the geophysics, geological data, and data on the mineral grades of past underground mines, their all-star team has loads of ammo to work with.

This puts them in an incredible position as these experts prepare their 3-phase exploration project.

3 - A Rigorous Process Based On Mountains of Data

Sentinel (CSE:SNL; OTC:SNLRF) has kept a close eye on their balance sheet, and they’re showing promise by choosing low-risk, high-reward targets.

With the massive land portfolio they just acquired in New South Wales, they paid just $10,000 per concession plus required exploration work expenditures of only $25,000 in year 1 and $50,000 in year 2.

The same plots of land in Western Australia or Victoria would likely cost many times more to acquire on top of the higher prices to hold the land.

But after acquiring these projects for pennies on the dollar, Sentinel can now hold these properties for very cheap, and the potential in these untapped resources could make these very lucrative projects.

But Sentinel isn’t resting on their laurels after finding this incredible bargain.

They’ve already devised a specific 3-phase process to choose the targets that will give them the best chance at striking rich gold and silver grades.

In phase one, they’ll evaluate each of the prospects and historic mines based on a select set of criteria.

They’ll be judging these based on everything from the quality of the data they have... to the distance away from producing facilities… to their chances they’ll hit more deposits close by.

After this intensive process, they’ll be rank-ordering them to see which properties give them the best chance of a major discovery.

But only the top 50% of their ranked targets will make the cut to get to phase two.

The rest will either be considered for joint ventures or followed up on later projects, so even the lower 50% could bring them back a profit.

In phase two, Sentinel will choose their best targets and get to work with geomapping and rock chip/regolith sampling.

This will give them valuable information about what types of deposits are on the land, the depth at which they should mine, and the sampling grades of the gold and silver on the property.

All that data from phase two comes together to give them a basis for the final phase.

In phase three, they’ll focus on putting the puzzle pieces together at their highest conviction drill spots.

There, they’ll focus on spotting linear trends on the properties, and they’ll hone in on the most robust, drill-ready targets.

After this intensive process, their expert team expects to have locked in on only the most promising targets from their vast portfolio of historical gold- and silver-rich lands.

4 - Diversifying with More Proven Properties Around the World

If it’s not enough that Sentinel is going to such great lengths to do their research, they’ve also taken another step to improve their chances of a major discovery moving forward.

They’ve built up a portfolio of historic land projects in several of the most mineral-rich areas around the world, with major projects in two other continents.

This fits Sentinel’s trend of stacking up low-risk properties with high potential, as several of them have already displayed high-grade showings and underground workings in past production.

Outside their promising new properties in Australia, they’ve also tapped into a big opportunity with their Waterloo silver project in British Columbia,l one of the most incredibly well mineralized and productive mining environments in the World.

Much like the project in New South Wales, they’ll be able to hit the ground running with a government-funded database, one of the most robust data sets in North America or beyond.

This has given them plenty of data on the geology of the area and historic findings even before setting foot on the property.

And with Sentinel’s team and their 90+ years of combined experience, they’re set to go to work.

Their Waterloo project covers 3,130 hectares, and located just 65 km east of Kelowna, British Columbia, it’s easily accessible for the team because of the excellent infrastructure in the area.

There’s been historic production there with high-grade silver and gold prospects dating back all the way to 1903.

But it’s still a largely untapped property, as the previous operator made only 12 short drill holes, and data is showing a 4 km long strike that’s never been systematically drill tested.

The structures here are consistent with other known mineral occurrences, and bonanza-grade silver has been discovered in earlier grab samples.

All that to say, Sentinel could be sitting on another major discovery for gold and silver, based on past production and early findings.

Now, with phase 1 work program having been completed, they’re eagerly awaiting assay results to see how rich the grades in this exciting area may be.

But they’re not stopping there.

Sentinel has also acquired 4 more mining concessions covering 2,700 hectares in their Salama gold project in Peru.

This property is located in a prolific belt of gold-polymetallic deposits close to the coast of Peru, hosting an enormous number of deposits.

Together, the belt is projected by many to hold over 20 million ounces of gold within 45 km of Salama.

Sentinel’s early satellite data shows two large intersections at the northeast end of the property, similar to a discovery made at La Virgen property 20 km north of Salama.

This could be very promising as historic production there was reported to be 120,000 ounces per annum.

Sentinel is scheduled to have their first visit at the property in October, and more news could be coming soon on the plans to tap this gold-rich region.

With low-risk projects in some of the world’s richest mineral regions throughout the world and an expert team heading the charge, there’s plenty to be excited about.

Which leads us to the final reason you should be keeping a close eye on Sentinel…

5 - The Story is Expected to Unfold Quickly

With their 15 combined gold and silver projects in New South Wales and their upcoming projects in British Columbia and Peru, there will be lots of news coming out of Sentinel (CSE:SNL; OTC:SNLRF) in the weeks and months ahead.

It’s a story that could be incredibly interesting to follow as their experienced team pores through the mountain of data and moves through their rigorous 3-step process...

Developing a list of the most valuable drill targets across this nearly 150,000 km of mineral-rich land.

They’re scheduled to have full access to the properties in New South Wales within the next few months. And when they do, they’ll have 3,000 data points compiled to develop their plan.

Unlike many other juniors who are strapped for cash and racing frantically to make a discovery to cover costs, Sentinel is being strategic and doing it right.

Their team understands the major architecture of New South Wales, and they’re making the bigger play that could attract the attention of majors in one of the greatest untouched regions of the world.

But with such a vast portfolio and the unmatched amount of data available before even tapping ground, they’ll have more than enough to provide constant high-grade press releases.

They plan to break ground on their gold properties within the next 12 months, but there is expected to be plenty of other exciting news coming from their exploration of the other properties in the months ahead.

Sentinel (CSE:SNL; OTC:SNLRF) has the equivalent of 10 moon landings on their hands in their New South Wales gold properties…

And now, the addition of these historic silver properties like Broken Hill West could be the expedition to Mars that becomes a world-class discovery.

The Bottom Line?

1) Sentinel has 8 gold projects and 7 silver projects in the largely untapped New South Wales region.

2) Their newly acquired Broken Hill West property is located just 2.5 km from one of the world’s largest silver deposits

3) Their exploration team has a combined 90+ years of experience in over 80 countries, giving them the benefit of incredible insight into whatever minerals or structures lie on the properties.

4) New South Wales has provided a vast database worth tens of millions in exploration dollars, which offers Sentinel a head start in setting their plan of attack.

5) They’ve diversified their land portfolio with high-grade mines around the world.

6) With the large amount of land and data available, they’ll have an almost constant news flow with high-grade press releases in the months to come.

Other companies poised to win big as the new gold rush kicks into high gear:

Teck Resources (TSX:TECK)

Teck could be one of the best-diversified miners out there, with a broad portfolio of Copper, Zinc, Energy,  Gold, Silver and Molybdenum assets. Its free cash flow and a lower volatility outlook for base metals in combination with a the growing worry of another COVID-19 wave, Teck could see its share price continue to climb.

Though Teck has not quite returned to its January highs, it has seen a promising rebound since April lows. In addition to its positive trajectory, the company has seen a fair amount of insider buying, which tells shareholders that the management team is serious about continuing to add shareholder value. In addition to insider buying, Teck has been added to a number of hedge fund portfolios as well, suggesting that not only do insiders believe in the company, but also the smart money that’s really driving the markets.

Wheaton Precious Metals Corp. (TSX:WPM)

Wheaton is a company with its hands in operations all around the world. As one of the largest ‘streaming’ companies on the planet, Wheaton has agreements with 19 operating mines and 9 projects still in development. Its unique business model allows it to leverage price increases in the precious metals sector, as well as provide a quality dividend yield for its investors.

Thanks to its aggressive streaming strategy, Wheaton has not only been able to protect itself when it saw its peers take a hit back in March, but it’s also been able to return over 64% for investors year-to-date. It’s currently sitting just below all-time highs, but that doesn’t mean it’s not still a good buy, As the bullish case for gold continues to mount, precious metal “streamers” like Wheaton may end up as some of the industry’s safest – and most lucrative – bets.

First Majestic Silver (TSX:FR)

While First Majestic’s primary focus is silver mining, it does hold a number of gold assets, as well. Additionally, silver tends to follow gold’s lead when wider markets begin to look shaky. And with analysts sounding the alarms of a global economic slowdown, both metals are likely to regain popularity among investors.

Further boosting its portfolio, the company also entered a share-repurchase program, as it feels that its stock is. at the moment, undervalued, and will benefit all shareholders by increasing the value of the stock.

First Majestic has had a pretty uneventful year so far compared to some of its peers which have seen over 100% gains, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t upside for the miner. Recently, the company posted its third-quarter earnings, with its gold and silver production increasing 72% and 63% respectively from the second-quarter. This is great news for investors, and it suggests the company is set to win big as precious metals prices continue to climb.

Turquoise Hill Resources (TSX:TRQ)

Turquoise Hill is a mid-cap Canadian mineral exploration and development company headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia. Its focus is on the Pacific Rim where it is in the process of developing several large mines. The company mines a diversified set of metals/minerals including Coal, Gold, Copper, Molybdenum, Silver, Rhenium, Uranium, Lead and Zinc. One of the fortes of Turquoise hill is its good relationship with mining giant Rio Tinto.

Turquoise Hill is largely considered to be undervalued among analysts. It’s currently trading at $0.79 per share, offering investors of all levels an easy way to gain exposure to a number of key metals and minerals. The company has some momentum working for it, as well. After falling to an all-time low of $0.37 per share back in March, the company has seen its stock price rise by 113%.

Endeavor Silver (TSX:EDR)

Endeavor is another silver miner flying under the radar of many investors. Though it took a slight hit in September, the company has seen its stock price rise by 48% year-to-date. And its upward trajectory should not be ignored.

Endeavor operates three silver-gold mines in Mexico, and it’s also got three attractive development projects. While some of its operations were shuttered in March, it has rebounded significantly. And its latest earnings report highlights its commitment to adding value for shareholders. According to the release, Endeavor produced over 1.8 million ounces of silver equivalent in the third-quarter alone.

Bradford Cooke, Endeavour CEO, commented, “After riding out a challenging Q2 with our mining operations suspended for more than half the quarter, due to the government COVID-19 mandate, our operations team were able to deliver a return to our production plan in Q3, 2020.

By. Jason Mitchell


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