Depravities of the Third World
Gabriel Custodiet and I recently discussed the rarely-acknowledged unchanging depravities of the Third World, leading it toward collapse: all stemming from a lack of reason and, thus, moral consciousness. We talked about Sunak becoming the UK’s PM and others of Indian origin being the CEOs of the top US companies:
In the linked conversation, Cory Fleck, Shad Marquitz, and I discussed the recent increase in volume and prices of many of the companies we follow. While the general market has been going up, three companies haven’t and should have:
- Aztec Minerals (AZT; C$0.285): Each project perhaps justifies its market capitalization. They have a $1.2 million exploration program for the first half of 2023.
- Irving Resources (IRV; C$0.84): They own three drill rigs, one operational 24 hours a day. They have $12 million in cash. There will be a lot of news flow from IRV this year.
- O3 Mining (OIII; C$1.55): They are completing PFS on the Marban project over the next few months. They are fully funded to complete the report.
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