IPO Edge, in partnership with Desert Hawk Gold Corporation, owner of a fully-permitted, operating mine in Utah, and The Palm Beach Hedge Fund Association, a Florida trade association for financial professionals, hosted Webinar on Wednesday, June 24 at 4pm EST/1pm PST – The Case for Gold in an Era of Unprecedented Money Printing.
The Webinar featured Howard Crosby, Chairman of Desert Hawk Gold Corporation, an SEC reporting company that plans to list shares on a national exchange after the completion of its current offering. The company will issue up to $10 million in shares to fund expansion of current mine assets, explore the Kiewit Mine, and for general working capital.
More details about the investment opportunity are available at:
Mr. Crosby discussed:
- Why gold has a place in a balanced portfolio
- Reasons to invest in a mine asset rather than physical gold
- Owning a mine rather than ETFs such as GratiteShares Gold Trust, SPDR Gold Shares, or iShares Silver Trust
- How the recent monetary stimulus by global central banks makes gold more appealing
- An overview of the Desert Hawk offering
- Benefits of investing in an operational and productive mine
- Advantages of investing in domestic rather than international mine assets
About Howard Crosby:
Howard Crosby is Chairman of Desert Hawk Gold Corporation. He has been president of Crosby Enterprises, Inc., a family-owned business advisory consulting firm since 1989. From 1994 to June of 2006 he served as president and director of Cadence Resources Corporation, a publicly traded oil and gas company, which was merged with an AMEX listed company in 2005. Mr. Crosby also was a founder and director of High Plains Uranium in 2004, and was a founder and director of US Silver Corp in 2006, which acquired the Galena Mine in the Coeur d’Alene Mining District from Coeur d’Alene Mines in 2006. From 2004 until March of 2016, Mr. Crosby was an officer and director of White Mountain Titanium Corporation, which is developing a world class titanium project in Chile. Mr. Crosby is also a director or advisor to a number of privately held companies. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Idaho in 1975.
John Jannarone, Editor-in-Chief