Heliostar has several early-stage projects in Mexico, and one high-grade gold project in Alaska, where one zone has 384,000 ounces averaging 13.8 g/t gold. This is too small to matter—especially on a remote island—so why should investors care? Can the drill results pending show enough size potential to make it a real contender? And how did this new company get these assets to begin with? I asked this and more in this edition of In The Pit.
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