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Bravo’s Re-assay Program Continues to Confirm High PGM + Au Grades at Luanga

Highlights include: 16m @ 9.4g/t PGM + Au, with 9m @ 14.5g/t PGM + Au (with 0.5g/t Rh)

And: 6m @ 7.6g/t PGM + Au, including 2m @ 20.5*g/t PGM + Au (with >1.0*g/t Rh)

VANCOUVER, BC, Sept. 27, 2022 /CNW/ – Bravo Mining Corp. (TSXV: BRVO), (“Bravo” or the “Company“) today announced that it has received results from the re-analysis of samples from an additional eight historic diamond drill holes (“DDH”) from its wholly owned Luanga palladium + platinum + rhodium + gold + nickel project (“Luanga” or “Luanga PGM+Au+Ni“), located in the Carajás Mineral Province, state of Pará, Brazil.

With re-assay results received from 36 historic drill holes to date, an emerging positive trend has been observed in respect of overall PGM+Au grades, with greater than 80% of re-assay intersections received to date returning better grades as compared to historic results of approximately 20 years ago.” said Luis Azevedo, Chairman and CEO of Bravo. “We will continue to assess this emerging grade trend as, if maintained in the remaining holes to be re-assayed, it could clearly have a positive impact on future mineral resource estimates.

Highlights

  • Assay results from the re-assaying of samples from historic drilling continue to correlate closely with the historic assay results, in both tenor and mineralized thicknesses, but with the grade of more than 80% of the re-assayed intercepts exceeding the historic intercepts over comparable thicknesses.
  • Highlights of Bravo’s most recent re-assay results are tabulated below, with details and comparisons attached:
HOLE-IDFrom(m)To(m)Thickness
(m)
Pd(g/t)Pt(g/t)Rh(g/t)Au
(g/t)
PGM + Au
(g/t)
Ni %
(Sulphide)
Type
PPT-LUAN-FD00353.019.016.05.782.790.350.479.39NAOx
Including6.015.09.08.944.280.470.7914.48NAOx
PPT-LUAN-FD00600.041.041.00.980.450.050.031.52NAOx
Including18.041.023.01.170.590.050.041.850.32FR
PPT-LUAN-FD006521.027.06.00.956.160.460.017.57NAOx/LS
Including25.027.02.02.2817.06>1.00*0.0120.45NAOx/LS
PPT-LUAN-FD00710.013.013.02.201.220.200.143.76NAOx
Including0.08.08.03.351.440.300.215.70NAOx
NotesAll ‘From’, ‘To’ depths, and ‘Thicknesses’ are downhole.
Given the orientation of the holes and the mineralization, the intercepts are estimated to range from ~80 to 95% of true thickness.
Type: Ox = Oxide. FR = Fresh Rock. LS = Low Sulphur. Recovery methods and results will differ based on the type of mineralization.
NA: Not Applicable as intercept is oxide or a mix of oxide and fresh rock mineralization.
* = Preliminary results; overlimit analyses pending.
  • 77 drill holes have been completed, for a total of 13,051 metres (or 51% of Phase 1 Drilling Program). Currently, samples from 30 drill holes are at the laboratory pending results.
  • 12,632 samples submitted for assay to date including 2,945 re-assay samples from historic drill core.
  • 6 drill rigs operating onsite.

Luanga Re-Assay and Phase 1 Drilling Progress

A comparison of the historic intercepts with the Bravo re-assay results is tabulated below, with a plan showing their locations and drill sections provided for (PPT-LUAN-) FD0035, FD0053, and FD0071. Bravo’s re-assay results continue to closely correlate to the historic intercepts, in both thicknesses and grade. Importantly, the grade of the re-assayed intercepts exceeds that of the historic intercept over comparable thicknesses in over 80% of the intercepts re-assayed to date. This is most likely related to improved assay methods for PGMs versus those available over 20 years ago.

The Phase 1 diamond drill program continues as planned at Luanga. Six drill rigs are on site, with drilling progressing in various locations along the entire 7km strike length of the known Luanga mineralized envelope (as defined by historic drilling). To date, 77 drill holes have been completed, for a total of 13,051 metres of the planned 25,500 metre Phase 1 drill program.

Comparison of Re-Assayed Intercepts – Historic Intercept (SGS Laboratory) versus Bravo Intercept (ALS Laboratory)

HOLE-IDFrom(m)To(m)Thickness
(m)
HISTORIC SGSPGM + Au (g/t)BRAVO ALSPGM + Au (g/t)HISTORICNi % (Total)BRAVO**Ni % (Sulphide)TYPE
PPT-LUAN-FD002963.076.013.01.041.130.120.09FR
And91.0120.029.00.620.780.050.04FR
PPT-LUAN-FD003085.095.010.01.441.630.200.15FR
PPT-LUAN-FD00353.019.016.09.329.390.14NAOx
Including6.015.09.014.1814.480.19NAOx
PPT-LUAN-FD00530.012.012.00.881.120.13NAOx
And16.025.09.01.651.930.05NAOx
PPT-LUAN-FD00580.08.08.01.662.030.09NAOx
PPT-LUAN-FD00600.041.041.01.411.520.22NAOx
Including18.041.023.01.661.850.260.32FR
And80.085.05.00.990.920.100.07FR
PPT-LUAN-FD006521.027.06.07.747.570.03NAOx/LS
Including25.027.02.018.2920.45*0.04NAOx/LS
And109.0120.011.00.850.850.090.09FR
PPT-LUAN-FD00710.013.013.03.693.760.18NAOx
Including0.08.08.05.665.700.24NAOx
And101.0113.012.00.640.750.030.02FR/LS
NotesAll ‘From’, ‘To’ depths, and ‘Thicknesses’ are downhole.
Given the orientation of the holes and the mineralization, the intercepts are estimated to range from ~80 to 95% of true thickness.
Type: Ox = Oxide. FR = Fresh Rock. LS = Low Sulphur. Recovery methods and results will differ based on the type of mineralization.
NA: Not Applicable as intercept is oxide or a mix of oxide and fresh rock mineralization.
* = Preliminary result, overlimit analyses pending.
** = Note that Bravo’s nickel grades are for sulphide nickel, which is representative of potentially recoverable (by froth flotation
treatment) nickel, and does not include non-recoverable silicate nickel, unlike historic total nickel assays.

Complete Table of New Re-assayed Intercepts

HOLE-IDFrom(m)To(m)Thickness
(m)
Pd(g/t)Pt(g/t)Rh(g/t)Au
(g/t)
PGM + Au
(g/t)
Ni %
(Sulphide)
TYPE
PPT-LUAN-FD002963.076.013.00.790.280.040.021.130.09FR
And91.0120.029.00.480.270.010.010.780.04FR
PPT-LUAN-FD003085.095.010.01.170.400.050.021.630.15FR
PPT-LUAN-FD00353.019.016.05.782.790.350.479.39NAOx
Including6.015.09.08.944.280.470.7914.48NAOx
PPT-LUAN-FD00530.012.012.00.680.380.050.011.12NAOx
And16.025.09.01.310.550.070.011.93NAOx
PPT-LUAN-FD00580.08.08.00.950.960.110.012.03NAOx
PPT-LUAN-FD00600.041.041.00.980.450.050.031.52NAOx
Including18.041.023.01.170.590.050.041.850.32FR
And80.085.05.00.600.250.010.060.920.07FR
PPT-LUAN-FD006521.027.06.00.956.160.460.017.57NAOx/LS
Including25.027.02.02.2817.06>1.00*0.0120.45*NAOx/LS
And109.0120.011.00.410.330.070.040.850.09FR
PPT-LUAN-FD00710.013.013.02.201.220.200.143.76NAOx
Including0.08.08.03.351.440.300.215.70NAOx
And101.0113.012.00.170.500.080010.750.02FR/LS
NotesAll ‘From’, ‘To’ depths, and ‘Thicknesses‘ are downhole.
Given the orientation of the holes and the mineralization, the intercepts are estimated to range from ~80 to 95% of true thickness.
Type: Ox = Oxide. FR = Fresh Rock. LS = Low Sulphur. Recovery methods and results will differ based on the type of mineralization.
NA: Not Applicable as intercept is oxide or a mix of oxide and fresh rock mineralization.
* = Preliminary result; overlimit analyses pending.
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Location of Historic Drill Hole Results Discussed in this Report (CNW Group/Bravo Mining Corp.)
Location of Historic Drill Hole Results Discussed in this Report (CNW Group/Bravo Mining Corp.)
Section 1 – Showing PPT-LUAN-FD0035 (CNW Group/Bravo Mining Corp.)
Section 1 – Showing PPT-LUAN-FD0035 (CNW Group/Bravo Mining Corp.)
Section 2 – Showing PPT-LUAN-FD0053 (CNW Group/Bravo Mining Corp.)
Section 2 – Showing PPT-LUAN-FD0053 (CNW Group/Bravo Mining Corp.)

About Bravo Mining Corp.

Bravo is a Canada and Brazil-based mineral exploration and development company focused on advancing its Luanga PGM + Au + Ni Project in the world-class Carajás Mineral Province of Brazil.

The Luanga Project benefits from being in a location close to operating mines, with excellent access and proximity to existing infrastructure, including road, rail and clean and renewable hydro grid power. The project area was previously de-forested for agricultural grazing land. Bravo’s current Environmental, Social and Governance activities includes replanting trees in the project area, hiring and contracting locally, engagement with local communities, and ensuring protection of the environment during its exploration activities.

Technical Disclosure

Technical information in this news release has been reviewed and approved by Simon Mottram, F.AusIMM (Fellow Australia Institute of Mining and Metallurgy), President of Bravo Mining Corp. who serves as the Company’s “qualified person”, as defined in National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects (“NI 43-101“). Mr. Mottram has verified the technical data and opinions contained in this news release.

Forward Looking Statements

This news release contains forward-looking information which is not comprised of historical facts. Forward-looking information is characterized by words such as “confident”, “highly encouraged”, “confirm”, “correlate”, “success”, “high-grade”, “estimated”, “potentially”, “emerging positive trend” and other similar words, phrases or statements that certain events or conditions “could”, “should”, or “will” occur. In particular, this news release contains forward-looking information pertaining to the Company’s ongoing re-assay and drill programs and the results thereof; the potential for a continued increase in grades relative to historic assays and the possible impact on future mineral resource estimates the potential for the definition of new styles of mineralization and extensions to depth and the Company’s plans in respect thereof. Forward-looking information involves risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual events, results, and opportunities to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking information. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from such forward-looking information include, but are not limited to, changes in the state of equity and debt markets, fluctuations in commodity prices, delays in obtaining required regulatory or governmental approvals, environmental risks, limitations on insurance coverage; and other risks and uncertainties involved in the mineral exploration and development industry. Forward-looking information in this news release is based on the opinions and assumptions of management considered reasonable as of the date hereof, including, but not limited to, the assumption that the assay results confirm the interpreted mineralization contains significant values of nickel, copper and also contain PGMs and Au; final drill and assay results will be in line with management’s expectations; that re-assayed may continue to outperform historic grades; that activities will not be adversely disrupted or impeded by regulatory, political, community, economic, environmental and/or healthy and safety risks; that the Luanga Project will not be materially affected by potential supply chain disruptions; and general business and economic conditions will not change in a materially adverse manner. Although the Company believes that the assumptions and factors used in preparing the forward-looking information in this news release are reasonable, undue reliance should not be placed on such information. The Company disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking information, other than as required by applicable securities laws.

Schedule 1: Drill Hole Collar Details

HOLE-IDCompanyEast (m)North (m)RL (m)DatumDepth (m)AzimuthDip
PPT-LUAN-FD0029Vale SA656751.129339445.98264.83SIRGAS2000 UTM22S120.80360.00-60.00
PPT-LUAN-FD0030Vale SA656752.059339732.06286.13SIRGAS2000 UTM22S120.15360.00-60.00
PPT-LUAN-FD0035Vale SA657150.839339760.87278.36SIRGAS2000 UTM22S121.35360.00-60.00
PPT-LUAN-FD0053Vale SA659337.639341372.84251.75SIRGAS2000 UTM22S221.65330.00-60.00
PPT-LUAN-FD0058Vale SA659444.359343173.81269.07SIRGAS2000 UTM22S156.1090.00-60.00
PPT-LUAN-FD0060Vale SA659992.749342371.79288.78SIRGAS2000 UTM22S181.2590.00-55.00
PPT-LUAN-FD0065Vale SA659497.729342974.99275.80SIRGAS2000 UTM22S269.7590.00-60.00

Schedule 2: Assay Methodologies and QAQC

Samples followed chain of custody between collection, processing and delivery to the ALS laboratory in Parauapebas, state of Pará, Brazil. The drill core was delivered to the core shack at Bravo’s Luanga site facilities and processed by geologists who inserted certified reference materials, blanks and duplicates into the sampling sequence. Drill core was quarter cut and placed in secured polyurethane bags, then in security-sealed sacks before being delivered directly from the Luanga site facilities to the Parauapebas ALS laboratory by Bravo staff. Additional information about the methodology can be found on the respective ALS or SGS global websites (ALSSGS) in their analytical guides. Information regarding preparation and analysis of historic drill core is also presented in the table below, where the information is known.

Quality Assurance and Quality Control (“QAQC“) is maintained internally at the lab through rigorous use of internal certified reference materials, blanks, and duplicates. An additional QAQC program is administered by Bravo using certified reference materials, duplicate samples and blank samples that are blindly inserted into the sample batch. If a QAQC sample returns an unacceptable value an investigation into the results is triggered and when deemed necessary, the samples that were tested in the batch with the failed QAQC sample are re-tested.

Bravo ALS
PreparationMethodMethodMethodMethod
For All ElementsPt, Pd, AuRhNi-SulphideTrace Elements
PREP-31BPGM-ICP27Rh-MS25Ni-ICP05ME-ICP61
Historic Drill Assaying SGS Geosol
PreparationMethodMethodMethodMethod
For All ElementsPt, Pd, AuRhTOTAL NiTrace Elements
Crushed to <200# meshFA30AFA30BICP-117ICP-117
Section 3 – Showing PPT-LUAN-FD0071 (CNW Group/Bravo Mining Corp.)
Section 3 – Showing PPT-LUAN-FD0071 (CNW Group/Bravo Mining Corp.)

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Inflation IS Money Supply Growth, Not Prices Denominated in Money

07/09/2022Frank Shostak

In the recent Wall Street Journal article “Inflation Surge Earns Monetarism Another Look,” Greg Ip writes that a recent surge in inflation is not likely to bring authorities to reembrace monetarism. According to Ip, money supply had a poor record of predicting US inflation because of conceptual and definitional problems that haven’t gone away.

The head of the monetarist school, the late Milton Friedman, held that inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon. Friedman and other monetarists believed that the key driving factor for general increases in prices is increases in money supply.

This viewpoint has come under scrutiny since the early 1980s because the correlation between inflation and money supply disappeared. According to Ip in 2020, Alan Detmeister, an economist at UBS Group AG and formerly of the Fed, found inflation’s correlation to M2 since the early 1980s was weak and its correlation to both the monetary base and M1 was negative. Most economists have stopped using money supply as an indicator for inflation since the early 1980s.

Many mainstream economists have attributed the breakdown in the correlation between the money supply and inflation on the unstable velocity of money. What is it? According to the famous equation of exchange, MV = PT, where:

M stands for money,

V stands for the velocity of money,

P stands for the price level, and

T for the volume of transactions.

This equation states that money multiplied by velocity equals the value of transactions. Many economists employ GDP (gross domestic product) instead of PT, thereby concluding that

MV = GDP = P (real GDP).

The equation of exchange appears to offer a wealth of information regarding the state of an economy. For instance, if one were to assume stable velocity, then for a given stock of money one can establish the value of GDP. Furthermore, a given real output and a given stock of money enables us to establish the price level.

For most economists the equation of exchange is regarded as a very useful analytical tool. The debates that economists have are predominantly with respect to the stability of velocity. If velocity is stable, then money is seen as a very powerful tool in tracking the economy. The importance of money as an economic indicator however diminishes once velocity becomes less stable and hence less predictable.

However, an unstable velocity could occur because of an unstable demand for money. Most experts believe that since the early 1980s, innovations in financial markets made money velocity unstable. This in turn made money an unreliable indicator of inflation.

We believe the alleged failure of money as an indicator of inflation emanates from an erroneous definition of inflation and money supply. This failure has nothing to do with an unstable demand for money, and just because people change their demand for money does not imply instability. Because an individual’s goals may change, he might decide that it benefits him to hold less money. Sometime in the future, he might increase his demand for money. What could possibly be wrong with this? The same goes for any other goods and services—demand for them changes all the time.

Defining Inflation

According to Murray Rothbard and Ludwig von Mises, inflation is defined as the increase of the money supply out of “thin air.” Following this definition, one can ascertain that increases in money supply set economic impoverishment in motion by creating an exchange of nothing for something, the so-called counterfeit effect.

General increases in prices are likely to be symptoms of inflation—but not always, however. Note that prices are determined by both real and monetary factors. Consequently, it can occur that if the real factors are “pulling things” in an opposite direction to monetary factors, no visible change in prices is going to take place. If the growth rate of money is 5 percent and the growth rate of goods supply is 1 percent then prices are likely to increase by 4 percent. If, however, the growth rate in goods supply is also 5 percent then no general increase in prices is likely to take place. 

If one were to hold that inflation is about increases in prices, then one would conclude that, despite the increase in money supply by 5 percent, inflation is 0 percent. However, if we were to follow the definition that inflation is about increases in the money supply, then we would conclude that inflation is 5 percent, regardless of any movement in prices.

Defining Money Supply

Prior to 1980, it was popular to employ various money supply definitions in the assessment of the changes in the prices of goods and services. The criterion for the selection of a particular definition was its correlation with national income. However, since the early 1980s, correlations between various definitions of money and national income have broken down. Some analysts believe that this breakdown is because of changes in financial markets, making past definitions of money irrelevant.

A definition presents the essence of a particular entity, something no statistical correlation could ever provide. To establish the definition of money we have to explain the origins of the money economy. Money has emerged because barter cannot support the market economy. Money is the general medium of exchange and has evolved from the most marketable commodity. Mises wrote:

There would be an inevitable tendency for the less marketable of the series of goods used as media of exchange to be one by one rejected until at last only a single commodity remained, which was universally employed as a medium of exchange; in a word, money.

Since the general medium of exchange was selected out of a wide range of commodities, the emerged money must be a commodity. Rothbard wrote:

In contrast to directly used consumers’ or producers’ goods, money must have pre-existing prices on which to ground a demand. But the only way this can happen is by beginning with a useful commodity under barter, and then adding demand for a medium to the previous demand for direct use (e.g., for ornaments, in the case of gold).

Through an ongoing selection process, individuals settled on gold as standard money. In today’s monetary system, the core of the money supply is no longer gold, but rather coins and notes issued by the government and central bank that are employed in transactions as goods and services are exchanged for cash. Hence, one trades all other goods and services for money.

Part of the stock of cash is stored through bank deposits. Once someone places money in a bank’s warehouse, he is engaging in a claim transaction, never relinquishing his ownership of the money. Consequently, these deposits, which are labelled demand deposits, are part of money.

This is contrasted with a credit transaction, where the lender relinquishes his claim over the money for the duration of the loan. In a credit transaction, money is transferred from a lender to a borrower, but the overall amount of money in the economy does not change because of the credit transaction.

The introduction of electronic money seems to cast doubt on the definition of money. It would appear that deregulated financial markets generate various forms of new money. Notwithstanding, various forms of electronic money or e-money, like digital currency, do not have a “life of their own.”

Various financial innovations do not generate new forms of money but rather new ways of employing existing money in transactions. Irrespective of these financial innovations, the nature of money does not change. Money is the thing that all other goods and services are traded for. Once the essence of money is established by excluding various credit transactions, one can identify the status of inflation. Changes in prices are not going to be relevant here.

Conclusion

Contrary to popular thinking, inflation is not about increases in the prices of goods and services but about increases in money supply. Following this definition, we can establish that the key damage caused by inflation is economic impoverishment through the exchange of nothing for something. What matters as far as inflation is concerned is not the correlation between money supply and the prices of goods and service but increases in money supply.

Contrary to popular thinking, the essence of money did not change because of various financial innovations. Money is a thing that is employed as a medium of exchange. Furthermore, according to Mises’s regression theorem, the historical link between paper currency and gold is what holds the present monetary system together.

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EMX Royalty 5 Battery Metal Projects w/Cobalt, Nickel, Copper, and Platinum Group Elements


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Group Ten Announces Acquisition of the Stillwater East PGE-Ni-Cu-Co + Au Project in Montana, USA; Reports 0.89% Nickel, 0.66% Copper and 0.405 g/t 3E in Initial Rock Samples


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Michael Rowley, President and CEO commented, “We are extremely pleased to have been able to add this highly prospective land package to our holdings in the Stillwater district, where our systematic approach to exploration continues to demonstrate the presence of multiple “Platreef-style” horizons with bulk tonnage mineralization along with higher-grade Reef-type zones. Like our flagship Stillwater West property, Stillwater East shows potential to host significant deposits of key battery metals and platinum group metals, at a time when the US government has listed five of our target commodities – nickel, cobalt, platinum, palladium, and rhodium – as Critical Minerals with the intention of increasing domestic production. In addition, we see increasingly supportive markets for the underlying commodities in the unique blend of metals that Platreef-style deposits offer, with decisive upward movement in the prices of nickel, platinum, and copper, and continued upward movement in palladium and rhodium prices, which were already elevated prices due to persistent supply deficits.”

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