As the bull market for gold continues, investors should remain cautiously optimistic as volatility will likely be a constant.

For speculators, one potential way to mitigate risk during a positive gold price cycle is to target projects in well-developed gold mining regions. The location, if possible, should have long-established mining laws, a stable government, and a lengthy track record of mining success.

According to the Fraser Institute Annual Survey of Mining Companies (2019), Nevada ranked 3rd overall in Investment Attractiveness. While impressive, ranking near the top is nothing new for Nevada. The state ranked 1st in the same 2018 survey.

Fraser Institute Annual Survey of Mining Companies (2019) Investment Attractiveness Index
Source: The Fraser Institute


Nevada – America’s Pot of Gold

We believe that Nevada is one of, if not the, greatest gold-mining regions on Earth. From the standpoint of longevity, consistency, and political stability, few gold-producing districts hold a candle to Nevada.

With well over 200 million ounces in historical gold production, Nevada has stood the test of time.

According to Wikipedia,

“Total gold production recorded from Nevada from 1835 to 2017 totals 205,931,000 troy ounces (6,405.2 t), worth US$322.6 billion at 2020 values.”

A June 2019 article from Elko Daily titled, “Nevada gold production dips 1.1 percent,” reveals just how consistent Nevada’s gold production has been over the past decade…

“Gold production in Nevada has maintained a range of 5 million to 5.6 million ounces for the past 10 years,” according to Nevada Division of Minerals Administrator Richard Perry.

Strip mine in Nevada

While the consistent multi-million-ounce annual production coming out of Nevada is world-class, it creates the need for new discoveries within the state – ideally in and around producing mines with hundreds of millions of dollars in infrastructure already built and in operation.

When a significant discovery is made in Nevada, much of the gold industry will likely know about it. Barrick, Newmont, Kinross, SSR Mining, Coeur Mining, and Hecla Mining (to name a few) all have producing gold mines in Nevada.

According to a March 2020 article from Elko Daily, Barrick Gold President and CEO Mark Bristow stated in the company’s annual report,

“Nevada Gold Mines is the value foundation of Barrick’s business. Already the world’s largest gold mining complex, it holds enormous potential for growth.”

Note: Nevada Gold Mines is a joint venture between Barrick (61.5%) and Newmont Corporation (38.5%).

The Symbiotic Relationship

Senior producers are usually mine builders. Junior explorers, on the other hand, are known for making the discoveries that eventually become mines after being taken over by majors.

It’s a symbiotic relationship; one discovers, the other builds and produces. And for the first time in roughly 7 years, this relationship may be shifting in favour of explorers. Global gold reserves are being depleted during a year that has seen the precious metal’s price increase roughly 30%. In a bid to replenish these falling reserves, majors will likely be on the hunt for large gold discoveries.

New Placer Dome Gold – Drilling Two Carlin-Type Gold Projects in Nevada Right Now

Vancouver-based New Placer Dome Gold (NGLD: TSXV) is a junior gold exploration company solely focused on Nevada projects. The Company is drilling up to ~23,500 metres combined at its two Carlin-type projects this year – one of which hosts a past-producing gold mine.

The project with the past-producing gold mine (produced gold from 1995 to 1999) is known as the Kinsley Mountain Gold project. It has NI 43-101 resource estimates (more on this shortly) and is located on trend and ~90 km south of the Long Canyon mine operated by Newmont-Goldcorp and ~120 km from the Bald Mountain mine operated by Kinross Gold.

Note: Mineralization or production on nearby properties/projects is not necessarily indicative of mineralization or future production potential on New Placer Dome Gold’s properties/projects.

New Placer Dome Gold has four critical components we look for when featuring a speculative junior gold explorer:

  • Premier location – prospective assets located in Nevada and within a region of large-scale operating gold mines. In 2019, the Company made a new high-grade oxide discovery at depth at one of its projects.
  • Large drill program currently underway – news expected over the coming weeks.
  • Savvy technical and advisory team – e.g. Mr. Mac Jackson joined the Company as a technical advisor in July of 2020 and is a Carlin expert in Nevada, having contributed to the discovery of several multi-million-ounce gold deposits, including two Newmont deposits.
  • Well financed – the Company raised CAD$12.3 million in June 2020.
alex smith with maximilian sali
Pictured above: Pinnacle Digest’s Alexander Smith speaking with Maximilian Sali, New Placer Dome Gold’s CEO and Founder, in July 2020.

A great address, solid leadership and advisory team, and money to drill may get you a ticket to the show, but it far from guarantees success – especially in the exploration business. However, Nevada has a history of discoveries going into production, and that’s what keeps the drillers coming back every year.

Will There Be Another Carlin Trend?

Nevada built its modern-era status as a gold producing state due in large part to what is known as the Carlin Trend. It has become prolific.

Diagram of the Carlin Trend
Source: State of Nevada, Commission on Mineral Resources, Division of Minerals (Authored by Alan R. Coyner)


New Placer Dome Gold acknowledges this rich history on its website, stating,

“The Carlin Trend is legendary. This tract of land, just 5 km wide and 60 km long, hosts more than 40 separate gold deposits – and 26 have been developed into mines, which highlights how attractive these deposits are.”

Although none of its projects are in the Carlin Trend specifically, New Placer Dome Gold’s two core assets, Kinsley Mountain and the Bolo Gold-Silver Project, both host “Carlin-style gold mineralization,” according to the Company.

For some background on the broader region, the Kinsley Mountain Gold project is located on trend and approximately 90 km south of the Long Canyon mine…

Gold speculators may remember when Newmont bought Fronteer Gold, which owned the Long Canyon project, in a deal valued at approximately CAD$2.3 billion in 2011. That was toward the end of the prior gold bull market.

At the time, the Globe & Mail reported,

“Gold giant Newmont Mining Corp. is sticking close to home for future production growth by acquiring Nevada-focused explorer Fronteer Gold Inc. in a deal valued at $2.3-billion.

Newmont is offering $14 per share for Vancouver-based Fronteer, whose flagship asset is the Long Canyon development project located near Newmont’s existing operations in the prolific gold-producing state of Nevada.”

In a February 2011 article titled, “Another Carlin Trend? Newmont to buy Fronteer Gold, mine Long Canyon,” Adella Harding wrote,

“Long Canyon is the star, however, and Newmont sees the potential for the project in the Pequop Mountains between Wells and West Wendover to be another Carlin Trend.”

The article continues,

“Newmont’s president and chief executive officer, Richard O’Brien, said the Long Canyon Project, “with its Carlin trend-like metallurgical and geological characteristics, complements our existing project pipeline in Nevada.”

Kinsley Mountain

Pictured above: New Placer Dome Gold's Kinsley Mountain project
Pictured above: New Placer Dome Gold’s Kinsley Mountain project

By no stretch is the Kinsley Mountain Gold project a greenfield play. It produced nearly 140,000 ounces of Carlin-type oxide gold between 1995 and 1999 by way of ROM heap leach, was drilled extensively leading up to the most recent gold bear market by Liberty Gold (whom New Placer Dome Gold has a definitive purchase option agreement on the project with), and has a newly updated estimate of mineral resources published in February 2020.

kinsley project gold resource

  1. Mineral Resources that are not Mineral Reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability.
  2. Mineral Resources are reported at a 0.2 g Au/t cutoff for oxidized mineralization potentially available to open-pit mining and heap-leach processing; a 1.0 g Au/t cutoff is applied to Secret Canyon Shale and all other transitional (mixed) and unoxidized mineralization potentially available to open-pit mining, milling, flotation, and shipping to a third-party roaster or autoclave; and a 2.0 g Au/t cutoff is applied to all other mineralization that could potentially be mined by underground methods.
  3. Rounding may result in apparent discrepancies between tonnes, grade, and contained metal content.
  4. The Effective Date of the mineral resource estimate is January 15, 2020.

Source: Technical Report and Updated Estimate of Mineral Resources for the Kinsley Project

The Technical Report and Updated Estimate of Mineral Resources for the Kinsley Project, Elko and White Pine Counties, Nevada, U.S.A., has an effective date of January 15, 2020 and was published February 4, 2020. It can be read in its entirety by clicking here.


Up to 20,000 Metres of Drilling Planned in 2020 at Kinsley Mountain

Max Sali, New Placer Dome Gold’s CEO and Founder, did not mince words when talking about Kinsley Mountain in a July 29, 2020 press release:

“This drill program at Kinsley marks the beginning of what could be a game changer for our company. Since we announced the definitive agreement to acquire Kinsley back in December of 2019 our team could not wait to get the drills turning on this sleeping giant. We are focused on finding high-grade new discoveries in a gold environment never seen before.”

New Placer Dome Gold (NGLD: TSXV) has up to 20,000 metres of drilling planned at the Kinsley Mountain project this year. This is the largest drill season in the Company’s young history. The intent of the program was explained by the Company in late July…

“…[New Placer Dome Gold] has commenced the highly anticipated new discovery drill program of up to 20,000 metres at the Kinsley Mountain Gold project. The Kinsley Mountain drill program is focused on new high-grade discovery targets and on expansion of Secret Canyon shale-hosted mineralization at the Western Flank zone, which hosts a 1.25 million tonne indicated mineral resource containing 265,000 ounces gold grading 6.61 g/t gold (see New Placer Dome Corp. News Release dated May 4, 2020).”

In respect to the drill program, Alan Hitchborn, Senior Technical Advisor for New Placer Dome Gold, commented,

“As the former chief geologist at the producing Bald Mountain mine located 120 km away from Kinsley, I can say that Kinsley has many of the same geologic attributes as Bald Mountain. I am encouraged by the data I have reviewed thus far. This summer’s drill program could unlock the potential for Kinsley to grow significantly in size.”

Map of Nevada with Kinsley Mountain
Source: New Placer Dome Gold’s Corporate Presentation dated August 2020


The Company highlighted historical drill results from Kinsley Mountain in its August 2020 corporate presentation:

Highlighted Historical Drill Holes at Secret Canyon include:

  1. 42.7m @ 10.5 g/t
  2. 22.9m @ 18.3 g/t
  3. 36.6m @ 8.5 g/t
  4. 8.50m @ 16.3 g/t
  5. 22.9m @ 14.9 g/t
  6. 29.0m @ 21.3 g/t
  7. 11.4m @ 32.7 g/t
  8. 4.90m @ 46.4 g/t
  9. 38.7m @ 15.6 g/t
  10. 30.0m @ 10.6 g/t

Note: True widths of the mineralized intervals are interpreted to be between 60-90% of the reported lengths


We caught up with Maximilian Sali, New Placer Dome Gold’s CEO and Founder, in late July when the Company’s shares were hitting new all-time highs. Click the video below to watch our interview with Mr. Sali, which includes footage from Kinsley Mountain.

The Company reported in its July 29, 2020 press release that,

“Kinsley Mountain is a Carlin-style gold project hosting 418,000 indicated ounces of gold grading 2.63 g/t Au (4.95 million tonnes), and 117,000 inferred ounces of gold averaging 1.51 g/t Au (2.44 million tonnes)[1]. The Company believes there is significant upside potential for new high-grade gold discoveries and for expansion of the footprint of known mineralization and contained resources at Kinsley.”

[1] Technical Report and updated estimate of mineral resources on the Kinsley Project, Elko County, Nevada, U.S.A., effective January 15, 2020 and prepared by Michael M. Gustin, Ph.D., CPG, Moira Smith, Ph.D., P.Geo. and Gary L. Simmons, MMSA under New Placer Dome Gold Corp.’s Issuer Profile on SEDAR (

Four Key Highlights for Kinsley Mountain

  1. Carlin-type asset with an updated NI 43-101 resource of 535k ounces I+I
  2. Previous total production of 138,000 ounces between 1995-1999
  3. Land package is 4,213 acres with only 20% explored through drilling
  4. Located ~90km away from Long Canyon and on trend

Kinsley Mountain Project Option Agreement Terms

New Placer Dome Gold has the option to acquire a 79.1% interest in the Kinsley Mountain Gold project from Liberty Gold.

The terms of the option agreement are outlined in the Company’s December 2, 2019 press release.

Chart showing Kinsley Mountain project option agreement
Source: New Placer Dome Gold’s Corporate Presentation dated August 2020


Two in the Chamber – Bolo Gold Project

If Kinsley Mountain was New Placer Dome Gold’s only project, it would be a busy summer and fall, but the Company has drills turning on another highly prospective, early-stage asset – the Bolo Gold-Silver Project.

Located in the heart of Nevada, near Kinross’ Round Mountain mine (*Round Mountain has produced over 15 million ounces of gold to date), the Bolo Project has key Carlin-type characteristics, much like Kinsley Mountain.

Map of Nevada showing Bolo Gold-Silver Project
Source: New Placer Dome Gold’s Corporate Presentation dated August 2020

*Mineralization or production on nearby properties/projects is not necessarily indicative of mineralization or future production potential on New Placer Dome Gold’s properties/projects.

On July 21, 2020, the Company announced it had commenced a 3,500m reverse circulation (RC) drill program at the Bolo Project, stating:

“Drilling at Bolo [in 2020] will focus on testing Carlin-style gold mineralization at depth in the South Mine Fault Zone where gold-silver mineralization remains open and untested along strike and at depth. The 2020 program will expand and step-out on results from the 2019 program. . .”

Highlighted drill intercepts from the 2019 program include:

  • 84 metres of 1.37 g/t gold in hole BL19-01, and
  • 122 metres of 1.2 g/t gold in hole BL19-04, and
  • New discovery of 12.2 metres of 3.32 g/t gold in hole BL19-04

According to pg. 17 of the Company’s August 2020 Corporate Presentation, “The true width of mineralization is estimated to be approximately 60-70% of drilled width. The true width of the lower gold zone is unknown. The true width of Uncle Sam mineralization is unknown.”

While it’s still early days at the Bolo Project, and a few drill holes don’t make a mine, these highlighted gold intercepts from the Company’s inaugural drill program were in the upper echelons of any gold drill results returned in the state of Nevada in 2019.

Maximilian Sali, CEO and Founder of New Placer Dome Gold, commented on the results of the Bolo Project’s 2019 drill program,

“We are delighted with the outcome of our first drilling campaign at Bolo. Mineralization was encountered in each hole, including multiple intercepts producing exceptional gold grade and width for a Carlin-type mineralization in Nevada. The results from the 2019 program demonstrate the tremendous potential for new discoveries at Bolo, both at depth in the known zones and along strike.”

Read New Placer Dome Gold’s news release dated November 7, 2019 for further information regarding its drill program at the Bolo Project last year.

On July 21, 2020, New Placer Dome Gold stated,

“The 2020 program [at the Bolo Project] will also test the continuity of mineralization between the South Mine Fault Zone and Uncle Sam Silver Zone, where a 2019 outcrop sample yielded 3.63 g/t gold with 262 g/t silver.”

New Placer Dome Gold’s 2020 drill program for the Bolo Project is likely around halfway complete. On August 6, 2020, the Company provided an update on this drill program, stating,

“To date, five Reverse Circulation (RC) high priority drill holes totaling 1,363 meters [at the Bolo Project] have been completed.”

Bolo Project Earn-In Agreement Terms

The earn-in agreement terms for New Placer Dome Gold to acquire 50.01% control (or 75% – see below) of the Bolo Project from Allegiant Gold are set forth below:

 Bolo Gold-Silver Project earn-in agreement terms
Source: New Placer Dome Gold’s Corporate Presentation dated August 2020

Click here for further details regarding New Placer Dome Gold’s earn-in agreement for the Bolo Project, and here to read the Technical Report on the Bolo Property with an effective date of October 5, 2018.

New Placer Dome Gold’s Share Price

New Placer Dome Gold’s share price ran to a high of CAD$0.95 in late July. It currently sits at CAD$0.64.

New Placer Dome Gold – 3 Month Chart

New Placer Dome Gold 3 Month Chart
Source: Quotemedia


For shareholders and prospective investors, all eyes will be on the Company’s upcoming drill results, which are expected to be released over the next several weeks. New Placer Dome Gold has commissioned four drills on its two key projects in Nevada.

On August 31, 2020, the Company reported an update on Kinsley Mountain, stating,

“…the larger reverse circulation (RC) truck mounted drill rig has completed the first priority hole at Kinsley Mountain and is currently drilling the second priority hole. New Placer Dome now has four rigs turning in Nevada, including reverse circulation (RC) track rigs at Kinsley Mountain and Bolo and a diamond core rig at Kinsley Mountain.”

Drilling on-site at Kinsley Mountain
Pictured above: A drill rig at New Placer Dome Gold’s Kinsley Mountain project

Recognize that we are biased when it comes to New Placer Dome Gold. The Company is a sponsor and client of Pinnacle Digest. We hope this report provides a high-level overview of New Placer Dome Gold, but it is not intended to be exhaustive. Conduct your own thorough and independent due diligence to properly understand the risks associated with investing in a speculative company of this nature. A good place to start your due diligence is reviewing New Placer Dome Gold’s Sedar filings at under the Company’s issuer profile.

As previously mentioned, New Placer Dome Gold completed a sizeable ~CAD$12 million financing in June 2020. That stock will no longer be restricted from trading in October 2020.

Wrapping Up

The elephant in the room for many senior producers is declining reserves in a high price gold environment. Global gold production remains relatively flat, and in H1 2020 fell to its lowest levels since 2014, according to GoldHub. With noteworthy gold discoveries few and far between over the last several years, it is our view there hasn’t been a more advantageous time for juniors to make a significant discovery in nearly a decade – especially if it’s in a well-developed mining jurisdiction.

New Placer Dome Gold (NGLD: TSXV) has commenced the biggest drill program in its history with the goal of identifying a potential sleeping giant gold asset in Nevada, one of the world’s most prolific mining regions.

All the best with your investments,



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Junior exploration companies such as New Placer Dome Gold are very risky investments: New Placer Dome Gold is not an appropriate investment for most investors as it is highly speculative. Risks and uncertainties respecting junior exploration companies are generally disclosed in the annual financial or other filing documents of those and similar companies as filed with the relevant securities commissions, and should be reviewed by any reader of this report. Visit to review important disclosure documents for New Placer Dome Gold.

It is highly probable that New Placer Dome Gold will need to raise additional capital in the future to fund its operations, resulting in dilution to its shareholders.

Remember that New Placer Dome Gold does not have any producing assets, and therefore it has no cash-flow and operates at a loss. New Placer Dome Gold may never take any of its projects into production. Even if New Placer Dome Gold is able to take any of its projects into production, there is no certainty the Company will generate a profit. Further exploration and development work, economic studies, and other types of studies will be required before New Placer Dome Gold is able to make a decision on production. Furthermore, past historical and/or current production in the region of New Placer Dome Gold’s projects is not indicative of future production potential for the Company. Any comparisons to other companies or projects may not be valid or come into effect. Mineralization on nearby properties is not necessarily indicative of mineralization on New Placer Dome Gold’s properties.

Cautionary Note Concerning Estimates of Mineral Resources: This report uses the terms “Measured”, “Indicated” and “Inferred” Resources. United States investors are advised that while such terms are recognized and required by Canadian regulations, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission does not recognize them. “Inferred Mineral Resources” have a great amount of uncertainty as to their existence, and as to their economic and legal feasibility. It cannot be assumed that all or any part of an Inferred Mineral Resource will ever be upgraded to Measured and Indicated categories through further drilling, or into Mineral Reserves, once economic considerations are applied. Under Canadian rules, estimates of Inferred Mineral Resources may not form the basis of feasibility or other economic studies. Readers are cautioned not to assume that all or any part of Measured or Indicated Mineral Resources will ever be converted into Mineral Reserves. Mineral Resources that are not Mineral Reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. Mineral Resource Estimates do not account for mineability, selectivity, mining loss and dilution. The estimate of Mineral Resources may be materially affected by environmental, permitting, legal, title, taxation, socio-political, marketing, or other relevant issues.

While the information contained in this report has been prepared in good faith, neither Maximus Strategic Consulting Inc. nor Pinnacle Digest, give, have given or have authority to give, any representations or warranties (express or implied) as to, or in relation to, the accuracy, reliability or completeness of the information in this report (all such information being referred to as “Information”) and liability therefore is expressly disclaimed to the fullest extent permitted by law. Accordingly, neither Maximus Strategic Consulting Inc., nor any of its shareholders, directors, officers, agents, employees or advisers take any responsibility for, or will accept any liability whether direct or indirect, express or implied, contractual, tortious, statutory or otherwise, in respect of, the accuracy or completeness of the Information or for any of the opinions contained in this report or for any errors, omissions or misstatements or for any loss, howsoever arising, from the use of this report.’s past performance is not indicative of future results and should not be used as a reason to purchase any security mentioned in this report or on our website.

The past successes of members of New Placer Dome Gold’s management team, board of directors, and advisory team are not indicative of future results for the Company.

Maximus Strategic Consulting Inc. and (including its employees and consultants) are not chartered business valuators; the methods used by business valuators often cannot justify the trading price for most junior stock exchange listed companies, including New Placer Dome Gold.

Any decision to purchase or sell as a result of the opinions expressed in this report OR ON will be the full responsibility of the person authorizing such transaction, and should only be made after such person has consulted a registered financial advisor and conducted thorough due diligence. Information in this report has been obtained from sources considered to be reliable, but we do not guarantee that it is accurate or complete. Our views and opinions regarding the companies we feature on and in this report are our own views and are based on information that we have received, which we assumed to be reliable. We do not guarantee that any of the companies mentioned in this report (specifically New Placer Dome Gold) or on will perform as we expect, and any comparisons we have made to other companies may not be valid or come into effect.

Maximus Strategic Consulting Inc., owner of, does not undertake any obligation to publicly update or revise any statements made in this report.

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