In my view, I think investors are now focusing on gold as a hedge to inflation, as a hedge to higher interest rates. And I think the natural resources sector is getting much more attention these days. When people start to look at the gold price and we’re trading over $2,000, my view is we’re going to trade between $1900, $2200-$2300 for the foreseeable future. And quite frankly, people want to be exposed to that as a hedge against those other economic risks that are in the market today.

When you look at gold equities, you get leverage to the gold price because you get multiples of that growth. And Goldshore, trading where it is today, and looking at the size and scale and the growth potential of the company, we’re going to deliver exceptional leverage to investors over a short period of time.


Goldshore Resources Inc. (TSXV: GSHR | OTCQB: GSHRF | FWB: 8X00) is an emerging junior gold development company and owns 100% of the Moss Gold Project located in Ontario.