Orezone Gold Corporation (ORE:TSX) continues to be our top pick in the gold space, and it probably will be until the price moves well over 2$.
Investors need to understand the potential of the gap zone.
Forget about the construction news. Downey will be on time and very likely on budget. He just does not operate any other way. Focus on the exploration potential. It is real and it is potentially a game changer for Orezone Gold Corporation.
Just look at what Downey said in one of the most recent news releases:
Patrick Downey, president and chief executive officer, stated: “These results are very exciting and represent some of the best drill holes completed at Bombore. The intercepts are thick [and] near surface and show exceptional down-plunge continuity. With similar previous results at P17, we now have over 1.7 km of strike extent with multiple high-grade stacked zones and a very exciting target to expand these high-grade reserves and resources. We therefore plan to continue to drill along strike to establish the continuity of this untested gap between P17S and P17.”
Downey and the team at Orezone Gold Corporation are on to something folks. Construction? Don’t worry. It will get built on time and on budget, Downey will make sure of that. Focus on the gap, focus on the gap.
Solitude is strength; to depend on the presence of the crowd is weakness. The man who needs a mob to nerve him is much more alone than he imagines.
Downey does not follow the mob; he goes for the gap.
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