Great Panther Silver From the Inside-Out
If any of you were wondering why I've been a little quiet lately, it's because I was in Mexico visiting the Guanauato-area operations of both Great Panther Silver and Endeavour Silver.
It was a phenomenal trip, and the kind of insight I gained into both of these companies could not have been gained in any other way. Of course, the kid in me wants to tell you just how awesome is was to venture 510 meters underground to inspect a seemingly endless supply of epithermal vein structures containing impressively high grades of silver.
Anyway, here is the first write-up of what I'm sure will be many, since I have so much information to relay from the trip.
By the way, speedybure was there as well, and it was a blast getting to meet him after all these years. Since I consider his valuation work of very high quality, I hinted that it may be interesting to see a little DCF-based fair value analysis on this pair of quality silver miners. Those may be forthcoming. In the meantime, please enjoy the series of articles that will be forthcoming on both miners, and thank you as always for being, collectively, the inspiration that keeps me hungry to remain as well-informed as I can possibly be on the stocks that interest us as a community.