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Brad Cooke: A Legendary Geologist Talks Gold & Silver In Mexico!

Brad Cooke is a legend in the mining space. He has been active for 40 years, which means that he has witnessed many cycles of mining. Brad is the Founder and CEO of Endeavour Silver, one of the world’s fastest growing silver producers. Additionally, Brad is the Founder and Chairman of Canarc Resources, a Mexican silver play that is prepping for production.

The Dow has had a major correction this year – a pattern similar to 2008, but stretched over a longer time period. However, things will turn upward for the miners in the near term. The pending upwave in commodities should reward carefully selected stocks in a big way. According to Brad, it is time to start positioning yourself. Canarc is one of those opportunities that precious metals investors ought to look at.

Talking Points for this weeks interview:

• Buy when there is blood in the streets and gold stocks are haemorrhaging
• Is the bottom in gold finally in?
• Will Silver outperform gold in a market upturn?
• And wise words from a lifelong speculator

Mr. Cooke began his career as project geologist in 1976 managing mineral exploration programs for uranium, base metals and precious metals across Canada with Noranda Mines, Shell Minerals and Chevron Minerals. He later owned and operated Cooke Geological Consultants Ltd., discovering several high grade gold vein deposits. In 1988, Mr. Cooke launched Canarc Resource Corp., a junior gold exploration and mining company focused on exploring and developing prospective gold properties in the Americas. Mr. Cooke founded Endeavour Silver Corp. in 2003 for the purpose of acquiring high-grade silver-gold projects in Mexico. Since that time, the Company has acquired, rebuilt and expanded three silver-gold mines, making Endeavour Silver today one of the world’s fastest growing silver mining companies.

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