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Copper is Essential in So Many Ways – And Is a Must for Your Resource Portfolio

One of the major ways for investors to participate in the electrification of the world is to own copper. 

At IWA we have stated many times - own a first-class copper exploration company - own Pan Global Resources. 

You could go buy copper futures, but that provides limited upside compared to buying a high-quality junior copper company. You can own a major copper discovery in the Iberian Pyrite Belt in Spain at a deep discount to this growing asset value that is being methodically uncovered by Tim Moody, former head of Rio Tinto Exploration. 

At IWA we say "Investing With Awareness" for a reason. Once you become aware of a major discovery and an entry price far below the true value - you should invest.  Add a world class management and board - and what else could you possibly be waiting for? A global shortage of copper?  Well, that is coming soon to a movie theatre near you.  Stay tuned. 

Copper is critical to the electrification of the world in the coming decades because of its superior conductive capabilities. Copper now generates about 20% of the profits at majors like Barrick Gold.   

CEO Mark Bristow recently stated that Barrick is looking to buy copper assets.  Well, Mr. Bristow, line up. This is happening all over the globe; majors are looking for world class deposits - just like the one Pan Global has in Spain. 

Pan Global shares are deeply undervalued and offer direct exposure to the upside of investing in copper.  Period. 
Pan Global Commences Airborne Survey over Escacena Project and Adds Drill Holes at the 
La Jarosa Target
IWA is a shareholder of Pan Global Resources

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