Until now, Temas Resources Corp. has been going about their business unknown to most investors. But recently shares have steadily risen over +90% and it’s unlikely to remain quiet for much longer.
If timing is everything, we’re fortunate to deliver this exclusive report to readers right now. We firmly believe Temas should be at the top of every investor’s watchlist.
Temas has gained over +90% since its IPO date.
A Pattern of Buyouts
Management’s Growing Record of Acquisitions
Temas Resources (OTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMASOTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMAS) is attracting big management names who previously worked on major success stories. When successful billion-dollar management coming off past wins is attracted to a new junior mining player like Temas, it’s best to pay close attention.
- Kiska Metals acquired by AuRico Metals and less than one year later acquired for $290 million;
- The famed Red Lake mines acquired for $375 million;
- Kaminak Gold and its Coffee Gold Project acquired for $520 million; and
- Goldcorp acquired by Newmont Mining for $10 billion.
These management heavyweights are front and center leading the charge at Temas Resources as senior executives and directors, including ex-Goldcorp executive Michael Dehn…
…the very same Goldcorp recently acquired by Newmont Mining for a massive $10 billion dollar buyout…
…who is now the President and CEO of Temas Resources Corp.
You see, Goldcorp didn’t start as a $10 billion story.
Goldcorp’s story begins in 1994 with one of their most notable geologists, Michael Dehn. Over the years, Michael and his team were instrumental in delivering multiple producing mines, including the Cochenour Mine in the famed Red Lake District, one of the largest gold deposits in the world.
Timing is everything in the markets.
That’s why news of Michael’s arrival as President and CEO at this relatively unknown junior mining company, makes Temas Resources (OTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMASOTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMAS) potentially the best emerging growth play we have seen in decades.
A Buyout in the Making?
3 Factors Driving Monumental Buyout Potential
1. Acquisition Track Record
Temas Resources has an exceptional management team with a proven track record in taking large mining projects into full production, working across numerous projects and companies which went on to be acquired for hundreds of millions, and even billions of dollars.
A growing list of success stories from management:
- $290M Buyout(by Centerra Gold)
- $375M Takeover (the Red Lake mines)
- $520M Acquisition (the Coffee Gold Project)
- $10 BILLION Merger (Newmont buys Goldcorp)
- …is Temas Resources the next major buyout target?
2. Growing Demand For Real Resources
Several Temas Resources (OTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMASOTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMAS) properties are located in the Grenville Geological Province which is home to the largest solid ilmenite (high in iron) deposit in the world. Iron ore prices have gone parabolic recently in response to growing demand for the resource, year-to-date gains for the metal have exceeded +70%, far outpacing both gold and silver combined.
China’s trade war with Australia is failing because their demand for iron ore – Australia’s biggest export – will keep its value high for years.
Prices have climbed to $US176 ($A233) a ton, levels unseen since 2011 and exports to China have hit a new record high.
3. Extremely Limited Share Supply
Very tightly held capital structure at only ~58M shares outstanding with company insiders holding significant long-term positions, demonstrating the confidence insiders have in the long-term upside at Temas Resources.
The Hidden Potential
Temas Resources Set to Capitalize on Shifting Global Trends
Home to the largest solid ilmenite deposit in the world, the Grenville Geological Province is where Temas Resources (OTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMASOTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMAS) has acquired its first properties: the flagship La Blache property, and the DAB property. These assets represent a strategic triple play with three key industrial metals: Iron, Titanium and Vanadium (more on this below).
As a result of these moves, Temas has positioned itself at the nexus of several major shifts in the global economy, including the electrification of transportation and the establishment of smart grid infrastructure.
Follow The Insiders
Why Leaders At Temas Resources Are Holding Large Share Positions For Long-Term
Insider ownership is a sign that insiders are bullish on the company’s stock, think it may be undervalued, and often expect it to rise in the future.
This signal is even stronger at Temas because this management team actually knows what an emerging success story looks like because they’ve lived it!
Remember, many of their past companies have gone on to be acquired for hundreds of millions, to even billions of dollars.
When you see insiders like this holding their shares, it means something.
Massive Insider Holdings
Over 50% of All Shares Held Directly By Insiders
The number of shares held closely by direct insiders at Temas speaks volumes to the situation here, with over 50% of the shares held by its board of directors, senior executive team and insiders. Given the facts laid out below, it’s no surprise why insiders are holding so much stock in Temas Resources (OTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMASOTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMAS).
Majority of Management Shares Are in Lockup
The vast majority of all management shares are locked in a long-term escrow agreement with the stock exchange, further evidence of management’s commitment and view of the long-term success story developing with Temas Resources.
Location, Location, Location
Prime Location in One of the World’s Top Mining Destinations—Including Production of 15 Metals and 13 Minerals.1
1. Iron Ore
Supply Shortages in Iron Ore… and Rising Global Demand
The first is iron ore, in which Canada ranks 8th in the world, with Quebec producing nearly two-thirds of the output.2 Iron ore is essential for the production of steel—in fact, that’s what 98% of it is used for, making it a critical component for construction, transportation, as well as countless other industrial and consumer uses.3 This market is particularly compelling right now, because a global supply shortage coincides with rapidly increasing demand—resulting in price increases to around $128 a ton, the highest levels since 2015. As we emerge from the economic downturn, China, the U.S., and other countries around the world have announced trillions of dollars in stimulus packages and infrastructure programs. You can expect them to drive demand even further.
The Swiss Army Knife of Metallic Elements
The second is titanium—a highly corrosion-resistant metal that also has the highest strength-to-density ratio of any metallic element. Titanium’s most outstanding attribute is its diversity of uses. The majority of titanium ore is refined into titanium dioxide, which is used as a pigment in paints and coatings, paper, toothpaste, plastics, and cement. Experts project the global titanium dioxide market will expand to more than $28 billion by 2025, representing a healthy 8.7% CAGR.2
Mixed with iron, aluminum, vanadium, or molybdenum, Titanium is also used for the production of strong, lightweight alloys for aerospace, military, and automotive, among many other industrial processes. Its lightweight strength also offers significant utility in the medical world, for use in prostheses, implants, and instruments. Finally, you surely have some Titanium with arm’s reach, as it’s a popular component in sporting goods, jewelry, and electronics, and personal care products, among many other uses.
Like Iron Ore, Titanium stands to benefit from a recovering world economy, as demand rises for the many industrial and consumer products that require it.
It’s a truism in the mining world, but looking at one’s neighbors speaks volumes: one the world’s largest mining companies Rio Tinto, with claims near Temas, has proven the profitability of mining titanium in the very same area for about 70 years.
Supercharging the High-Performance Battery Market
The third mineral is vanadium. While iron and titanium have steady industrial demand, vanadium has taken the pole position as a breakthrough ingredient for electric batteries.
First, vanadium grid-scale energy storage is an essential aspect of any intermittent energy source such as wind or solar, and has superior potential versus any current lithium-ion technology.
Second, what could be an even more significant game changer in the global electric car battery market (which could reach $84 billion by 2025)4, vanadium increases the performance of lithium ion batteries. Replacing cobalt oxide cathodes with vanadium disulfide increases storage capacity, power output, and recharging speed. Eventually, this could even have implications for consumer electronics and renewable energy power, but for now the key area of focus is electric vehicles—with intriguing examples such as an Audi A2 equipped with a lithium-vanadium battery that set a new long-distance record. Among the other companies doing R&D on lithium-vanadium-phosphate batteries and could soon put them into production include China’s BYD Auto, Japan’s Subaru Motors and GS Yuasa Corp. (which provides batteries for Mitsubishi Motors), and the United States’ Valence Technologies.5
Vanadium: On the Verge of Revolutionizing Batteries?
It’s well-known that the Achilles’ heel of alternative energies such as wind and solar is that they’re intermittent—only generating power when conditions permit, and leaving fossil fuels to pick up the slack when they aren’t. Grid battery storage remains a difficult problem anywhere green energy is used.
Similarly, the potential of electric cars has been constantly hindered by poor battery life and slow charging—limiting their utility for anything other than short trips within metro areas.
Vanadium is on the verge of solving both issues. In layman’s terms, vanadium redox battery technology exploits vanadium ions in four different oxidation states to store chemical potential energy—creating an emerging solution for grid energy storage.
In car batteries, vanadium is looking like the miracle solution—turbo-boosting lithium ion batteries so that they charge faster, hold more power, and last longer.9
During the last Vanadium run, the market showed how vanadium stocks could soar—for example, Largo Resources jumped 285% while First Vanadium skyrocketed a whopping 616%.
Rather than guessing which manufacturer will win the battery race, savvy mining investors know the real value will be tapped by the company that supplies vanadium battery companies with vital raw materials.7
The Underlying Assets
An Overview of The Temas Resources Properties and Assets
Based on a 2020 NI 43-101 Technical Report, the Temas Resources Corp. claims are “likely to contain significant iron, titanium and vanadium oxide mineralizations of igneous origin and of economic interest.”6
Ready-to-Launch Infrastructure and Workforce
The locations of the DAB and La Blache properties is a region with a long history of mining, with many sites in various stages of development and production.
It offers several advantages that leverage the mining-friendly province of Quebec.
The surrounding area is uninhabited, with the nearest city being Baie-Comeau is about 150 km to the southeast, with railway service and a seaport to facilitate the transport of ore and other goods. Because the economic and industrial development in the region is largely based on natural resources, the infrastructure should represent significant savings for Temas Resources (OTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMASOTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMAS)on overall costs when it comes to the development stage of its assets.
Looking To The Future
Exploration, Development, Mergers and Acquisitions
Because the two mineral properties are in different stages, Temas Resources will be taking a multi-faceted approach to bringing them to fruition.
For the development-stage La Blache property:
An estimated 101.7 million tons of minerals are in the ground,according to the NI 43-101 Technical Report. According to management, next steps will include the continuation of detailed mapping, sampling, and prospecting of known and potential mineralized oxides occurrences. This would also include additional drilling to increase the knowledge base as well as potentially increase mineral resource and refine the geological model. With additional drilling and the revision of the geological model, an updated mineral resource estimation could include measured and indicated resource categories.
The company was attracted to La Blache because of the size and tenor of the deposit, and another advantage is that it is at the surface, making it amenable to open pit mining rather than underground. It is a bit of a unique opportunity in the fact that its grade and mineral composition make it attractive in various markets from base metal to specialty to battery metals. Additional metallurgical work needs to be done, but initial indications are that La Blache iron average grade is 41.76% and produces a desirable iron concentrate.8
For the exploration-stage DAB property:
Phase 1 is expected to include a high-resolution airborne magnetic survey to augment the previous survey, geophysical modeling and interpretation, and ground truth refined targets, possibly with an additional infill ground magnetic survey. Phase 2 would include additional drilling at the Farrell-Mason showing and exploration drilling at modeled targets.
With mineral properties at two different points in the mining lifecycle, Temas Resources is diversified in its timelines as well as its resources.
In particular, the company sees potential in several large northeast trending geologic trends interpreted off of government airborne geophysics data that have not been drill tested—but correlate with similar geology in the region that have become producing deposits. The far northeast end of the mineralized trend, at the Farrell-Mason showing, there are a few initial drill holes that have only clipped mineralization of interest—but have left the potential open in all directions with significant potential for additional mineral discovery.
The Temas plan is to consolidate the property-scale known showings. While there are competitors, there will be significant opportunities to become partners or, potentially even acquirers as the situation unfolds. (Customarily, mining exploration companies de-risk a given project, then majors come in, buy them out, and invest the big dollars to build the mine.)
If the feasibility studies and metallurgical recoveries are favourable, it would make sense that Temas Resources could be appealing for North America-focused mining majors—or even mining-focused private equity groups.
Most Mining Mega Deals Involved Canadian Companies
As a result, the bigger picture for Temas Resources includes a strategic mergers and acquisitions plan, focused on complementary properties in the same region, size, and scope of iron, titanium and vanadium. By leveraging existing data, the Temas Resources (OTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMASOTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMAS) team can determine the viability of an asset by using its technical ability.
The same large magnetic conductors running northeast–southwest that sparked their interest in the region and initial assets could ultimately become an opportunity to consolidate a much larger number of deposits in their portfolio.
Major December Update:
As Predicted, Temas is Skyrocketing Development
Since the initial release of our article, Temas Resources has gained significantly more ground on both the market and company side.
Millions of dollars of institutional financing has rushed into Temas. In fact, $2.6M of flow-through shares were recently purchased at a $1—representing a near +25% premium over the current market price. On the company side, Temas has already identified and entered into LOI’s for more projects, including a major deal in the EU that would potentially create the largest boron mine in all of Europe.
With so much capital flowing into Temas and corporate development happening all at once, we believe this confirms our investment thesis: Temas Resources (OTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMASOTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMAS) is quickly growing to become the next major buyout target.
Experience is Everything
Temas Resources Experienced Management Team: From Exploration to Production
In the mining world, experience is everything, and Temas Resources has assembled a highly experienced, goal-oriented management team that has proven ability to take a project from exploration all the way to a producing mine. With solid roots in a wide range of resource and mining sectors, key members include:
President and CEO
Mr. Michael Dehn brings an extensive track record working with some of the biggest names in mining, including executive leadership at numerous publicly traded companies and work on several projects that later went on to be acquired. Mr. Dehn’s experience spans early grassroots stages to advanced mineral exploration and production, including his well-known expertise in the Red Lake Greenstone Belt. Mr. Dehn began his career as one of the most notable geologists at Goldcorp Inc. (acquired by Newmont Corporation for $10 billion), just prior to the Red Lake High Grade Zone Discovery, working as part of exploration teams instrumental in delivering multiple producing mines. Working with Goldcorp for 10 years, managing off mine site exploration with a team of up to 75 employees and consultants, and annual budgets often in excess of CAN$20 million, Mr. Dehn and his team initiated the deep drilling at the Cochenour Mine in Red Lake District which is now in production (later sold to Evolution Mining Limited alongside Red Lake and Cambell mines and processing facilities for $375 million in cash, with up to an additional $100 million if new deposits are discovered).
Mr. Kutluoglu is a Professional Geoscientist and Fellow of the Society of Economic Geologists with more than fifteen years of notable exploration experience in a wide variety of commodities across North America. Mr. Kutluoglu began his career working with the team that discovered the Broken Hammer deposit for Wallbridge Mining Company Limited. Mr. Kutluoglu then, as a Project Geologist from 2006 to 2009, was responsible for planning, implementing, and reporting on exploration programs across Canada for various clients while working for Equity Exploration. The 2009 field season was spent working with Gold Fields Limited, conducting porphyry exploration in British Columbia. In 2009 thru 2010, Mr. Kutluoglu filled a similar role at Kiska Metals Corp. (acquired by AuRico Metals Inc., and less than one year later acquired by Centerra Gold Inc. for $290 million). From Kiska Metals, Mr. Kutluoglu went on to be part of the team that created Evrim Resources Corp. (now Orogen Royalties Inc. after merger with Renaissance Gold Inc.) and acted as VP Business Development from 2011 to 2012. In 2012-2015, Mr. Kutluoglu was Exploration Manager for Kaminak Gold Corporation, which was subsequently acquired by Goldcorp Inc. (now Newmont Corporation) for $520 million.
Kyler is a lifelong resources entrepreneur with the magic touch and significant experience in capital raising, corporate development, and corporate strategy. He got his start in the field—logging, diamond drilling, and working offshore oil rigs—before building several small and midsize exploration management firms, literally taking small placer gold mines from prospecting through development and into production. In addition to serving as CEO of Cronin Group, a Vancouver-based natural resource-focused merchant bank, he has served as CEO of Linceo Media Group, CEO of Imperial X Plc, and director of Hexa Resources and Prometheus Developments, among several others.
David Robinson (CPA, CA)
David is the CFO of Temas, and a standout star of the team on the accounting, capital markets, and investment analysis side of the business. His background includes providing tax, auditing, and consulting services to public and private enterprises, and a role as the CFO of the Cronin Group, a natural resource-focused merchant bank in Vancouver.
Konstantin Lichetenwald (CPA)
Konstantin brings more than a decade of accounting and capital markets experience to the Temas Resources Corp. team, including corporate finance, valuation, taxation and financial reporting, and working in private and public resource markets.
Michael boasts more than 25 years of capital markets and operations experience in the global natural resource sector, most notably as the CEO of Group Ten Metals and a director of Granite Creek Copper and Bravada Gold.
A Rare Trade Setup
Temas Resources Gaining Significant Momentum Ahead of Economic Recovery
With a trio of diversified resources, Temas Resources (OTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMASOTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMAS) could be tapping into the trends that will endure during and after the economic recovery. Iron and titanium are stable markets with solid industrial demand—particularly given the stimulus dollars driving infrastructure improvements around the world. And as noted above, vanadium gives Temas exposure to a mineral with exciting potential for revolutionizing how we store alternative energy.
With all these factors coming together, it’s clear to see why Temas seems to be gaining so much momentum in the markets. When management of this caliber come together to work on a small, under-followed company… it’s hard to draw any other conclusions:
Temas Resources is setting up as one of the best trades available on the market today.
We strongly encourage all of our readers to conduct their due diligence on this stock as quickly as possible as the window of opportunity may be closing in the very near future. If there’s one thing we’ve seen time and time again, it’s just how quickly these opportunities can be missed.
The Early Bird Profits
The Importance of Getting Into High-Growth Situations Early, Before the Crowd
Because we’re so early to the Temas Resources (OTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMASOTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMAS) story we are privy to a very rare opportunity—the beginning of a breakout, as the stock has rallied over +90% since the company hit the market.
If this trend continues—and at this rate it shows no signs of stopping—Temas Resources may quickly become one of the best performing companies on the entire market. That’s the power of thorough reporting and research, it allows you to uncover opportunity before the crowd.
For example, you may not have heard of a small upstart butcher shop when it did its IPO early 2020 at just $0.25. In fact, most people didn’t see the potential. But when you looked closer and took time to go beneath the surface, careful due diligence and research revealed its true potential. And it didn’t take long for that potential to be realized.
Within 9 months of going public, that very same company traded from under $0.50 up to an all-time high of $9.50. Investors who bought under $0.50 turned $40,000 into well over $750,000 in less than a year’s time.
What was that company? None other than Very Good Butchers.
But you don’t want to buy something after it has already gone up. You want to find the NEXT up and coming opportunity BEFORE it takes off. We believe Temas Resources Corp. is that opportunity.
The Top 10 Reasons To Invest
Why Temas Resources Deserves to Be In Your 2021 Portfolio
1. Experienced Management Team
Temas Resources (OTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMASOTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMAS) has an exceptional management team with a proven track record in taking large mining projects into full production, working across numerous projects and companies which went on to be acquired for hundreds of millions, and even billions of dollars.
2. Acquisition Track Record
A growing list of success stories from management:
- $290M Buyout(by Centerra Gold)
- $375M Takeover (the Red Lake mines)
- $520M Acquisition (the Coffee Gold Project)
- $10 BILLION Merger (Newmont buys Goldcorp)
- …is Temas Resources the next major buyout target?
3. Global Demand is Growing
Several Temas Resources properties are located in the Grenville Geological Province which is home to the largest solid ilmenite (high in iron) deposit in the world. Iron ore prices have gone parabolic recently in response to growing demand for the resource, year-to-date gains for the metal have exceeded +70%, far outpacing both gold and silver combined.
4. Rare Triple-Threat
Rare Triple threat mineral holdings: Having a mix of metals gives Temas Resources (OTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMASOTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMAS) an advantage of being able to smooth out peaks and valleys, when a given sector heats up or cools down.
5. Location, Location, Location
Home to the largest solid ilmenite deposit in the world, the Grenville Geological Province is where Temas Resources has acquired its first properties: the flagship La Blache property, and the DAB property. These assets represent a strategic triple play with three key industrial metals.
6. 101.7 Million Reasons
For the development-stage Temas Resources La Blache property: An estimated 101.7 million tons of minerals are in the ground, according to the NI 43-101 Technical Report. Historical resource estimate at a 5.1% TiO2 cut-off grade of 101,700,000 tonnes 21.75% TiO2 Equivalent, with very high grading.
7. A Key Metal: Vanadium
Two reasons why Vanadium is important for Temas Resources (OTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMASOTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMAS). First, vanadium grid-scale energy storage is an essential aspect of any intermittent energy source such as wind or solar, and has superior potential versus any current lithium-ion technology. Second, what could be an even more significant game changer in the global electric car battery market (which could reach $84 billion by 2025)4, vanadium increases the performance of lithium ion batteries.
8. Massive Institutional Buying
Temas Resources announced they have closed yet another institutional financing at $1.00 per share. This means in addition to the $5M financing announced previously, Temas Resources now has closed a second major financing for an additional $2.6M, this time at $1.00 per share, with the help of well-know Canadian institution, Laurentian Bank Securities.
9. Insiders Holding Shares Tightly
The number of shares held closely by direct insiders at Temas Resources speaks volumes to the situation here, with over 50% of the shares directly and indirectly held by its board of directors and senior executive team. Given the facts laid out above, it’s no surprise why insiders are holding so much stock in Temas Resources.
10. Growing Momentum and Extremely Limited Share Supply
Very tightly held capital structure at only ~58M shares outstanding with company insiders holding significant long-term positions, there is little left in the public market. This is no doubt contributing to the growing momentum in Temas Resources (OTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMASOTCQB: TMASF | CSE: TMAS) over the past several months, already up over +90% since IPO and counting.
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