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The Ultimate Free Ride

This editorial contains material disseminated on behalf of GoldMining Inc (GLDG:NYSE).

Dear Reader,

In 2013, they accidentally threw away a scratch-off lottery ticket.

Joanne and Joseph Zagami of North Attleborough, Massachusetts, had inadvertently thrown the ticket away with their groceries.

Luckily, they found it in the trash the next day just in time before the garbage was collected.

When they scratched it, they discovered it was a $1 million winner.

Sometimes you just want to hold on to the ticket…

A Nuclear Lottery Ticket Owned by a… Gold Company?

The uranium market was one of the hottest stories in late 2023 on the back of 15-year high uranium prices.

Nuclear restarts in Japan, surging numbers of nuclear power projects in China, United Kingdom, and around the world…

This is expended to be a trend over the next decade – along with commodities. Gold and copper, in particular.

We view it as critical… we are serious.
We need to deploy now.

That’s from Michael Goff, acting assistant secretary of the US Energy Department’s Office of Nuclear Energy.

The completion of two new reactors at the Vogtle Nuclear Plant is a major move forward, elevating nuclear energy’s role in the U.S. power grid.

With power demand soaring, especially from data centers and manufacturing sectors, the push for more carbon-free solutions like nuclear has never been more urgent.

  • The U.S. Energy Department’s bold plan to triple nuclear capacity by 2050 underscores this urgency.

Despite the substantial incentives under the Inflation Reduction Act, industry leaders argue it’s not enough to kickstart the next wave of nuclear projects.

What many investors don’t appreciate fully is that GoldMining Inc. (GLDG: NYSE) actually holds a uranium project inside its diverse portfolio of gold and gold-copper projects.

That’s right…

Back in 2013, near the very BOTTOM of the uranium market…

GoldMining acquired 75% ownership of the Rea Project.

Yet, that’s not even the most interesting part.

The Rea Project is located in the Athabasca Basin in Alberta, Canada.

  • The exciting piece for investors is the Athabasca Basin is home to some of the highest-grade uranium deposits in the world.

Cameco — one of the largest uranium providers on earth has their Millennium Uranium project there.

Cameco is a C$30B company.


Their stock has doubled during the recent uranium bull market.

Unappreciated by a lot of investors is that GoldMining (GLDG: NYSE) owns 75% of the Rea uranium project and the world’s third-largest uranium miner owns 25%.

Just yesterday came a major news release…

GoldMining used advanced techniques to study old survey data and identified over 70 km of promising zones in three separate areas.

This research suggests there could be significant uranium deposits in this region, known for its high-quality uranium.

This discovery places GoldMining Inc. in a strong position in the expanding market for nuclear energy, which is crucial for advancing clean energy solutions.

Let that sink in for a moment because it is going to get more interesting…

Orano is the third largest uranium producer in the world. And owns 25% of Rea.

Rea uranium project is a large project of contiguous mining claims exceeding 300,000 acres in size – that’s more than 20 times than all of Manhattan Island!

Most importantly though, it surrounds the high-grade Maybelle River deposit…

Which is majority-owned by Orano and previously owned by Cameco (the world’s second-largest producer).

The Rea project has over 16,000 feet of drilling across 30+ drill holes.

While third-party project results are not indicative of potential for the project, this is interesting to me.

There are approximately 20 uranium exploration companies today which have zero uranium reserves or resources.

GoldMining’s global aggregate resource base across all projects includes 13.4 million ounces of gold equivalent Measured and Indicated and 9.9 million ounces of gold equivalent in the Inferred resource category.

(See the breakdown and GoldMining’s Annual Information Form and project technical reports for important information regarding its projects.)

In the investment business, everyone talks about being a contrarian, meaning buying quality assets when they are out of favor.

But very few do it.

We think the GoldMining team is one of the few companies in the sector who went out and bought quality assets and was able to finance the acquisitions when commodity prices were in the dumps.

When GoldMining acquired Rea, uranium spot price was a fraction of what it is today – below $40 per pound.

Uranium prices are now 130% HIGHER.

Because GoldMining (GLDG: NYSE) is a gold company…

Few in both the gold sector and uranium sector are even aware they have a 75% interest in Rea…

And completely surrounding a high-grade deposit whose 25% owner is Orano, the world’s third-largest uranium producer.

Inside a gold-focused company, owning a uranium asset is a bonus.

A uranium asset that GoldMining Inc. can seek to unlock value from in a rising gold environment AND now uranium bull market.

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Marin Katusa and the KR Special Situations Team



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