The Great Gold Whale: A Category Killer in Alaska

The Klondike gold rush may be over, but that doesn’t mean that those bullish on bullion won’t find value in the remote and snowy location that forever changed American culture. NovaGold, chaired by commodities guru Dr. Thomas Kaplan — whose exclusive interview with The Octavian Report you can read here — offers fantastic leverage to the price of gold via a possibly game-changing asset in the form of Alaska’s Donlin gold mine, one of the largest recent finds in a sector where big deposits are now increasingly rare.

“Opportunity is tremendous in Alaska,” Willy Loman’s older brother Ben advises him in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman. “Surprised you’re not up there.” The largest state in America has, at various times unlike our own, been a magnet for those for …

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