Gold and Silver Investing 101 posted at Bullion Star

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10:10a ET Thursday, June 13, 2019

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Bullion Star has published a seven-part introduction to investing in the monetary metals, covering bullion and coins, metals exempt from sales taxes, storage, frequently asked questions, and more. The series is headlined "Gold & Silver Investing 101" and can be found at Bullion Star here:

https://www.bullionstar.com/blogs/gold-silver-101/

CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
CPowell@GATA.org


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Crystal Lake Mining's Discovery Team Outlines
Chachi Corridor Copper-Gold Target At Newmont Lake Project


Company Announcement
Wednesday, June 12, 2019

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Canada -- Crystal Lake Mining Corp, (TSXV: CLM; OTC: SIOCF; FSE: SOG-FF) announces that a large copper-gold porphyry target area, with high-grade gold potential, has been outlined on the eastern side of the company's Newmont Lake Project in northwest British Columbia's Eskay Camp.

The northeast trending Chachi Corridor along the McLymont fault system has a current strike length of greater than 8 kilometers by 3 kilometers wide as defined by an extensive review of historic data including rocks, soils, and geophysics. The entire corridor, which features astonishing glacial retreat, is notably underexplored and will be one of several primary areas of focus for the 2019 summer exploration program, now underway.

The Chachi Corridor begins approximately 6 kilometers northeast of the historic Northwest Gold zone and 20 kilometers northeast of Crystal Lake's recent drilling discovery at Burgundy Ridge, underscoring both the scale and potential of the entire 430-square-kilometer Newmont Lake Project located in the heart of the Golden Triangle. ...

For the remainder of the announcement:

https://crystallakemining.com/crystal-lake-minings-discovery-team-outlin...



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