Musings on Investing

Buying Foreign Exchange

Aztec Minerals

Maurice Jackson and I recently discussed how I exchange my money into local currencies in the Third World, where I get a lot more in exchange on the street than through the ATM. Also, we discussed why I buy international flights that take a long time to get to my destination:

On Investments

Aztec Minerals (AZT; C$0.31) has been releasing results from its current drill program at its Cervantes project in Mexico. Today, they released assays from a few holes, including one of 137 m of 1.48 g/t gold. This has been the best hole so far, and most of it should be oxidized material, amenable to heap leaching. AZT is among the least expensive early-stage junior companies that I follow.

Jayant Bhandari

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