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Dakota Gold Corp.

Dakota Gold (NYSE American: DC) is a South Dakota-based responsible gold exploration and development company with a specific focus on revitalizing the Homestake District in Lead South Dakota. Dakota Gold has high-caliber gold mineral properties covering over 43 thousand acres surrounding the historical Homestake Mine, with key projects on private land.

The Dakota Gold team is focused on new gold discoveries and opportunities that build on the legacy of the Homestake District and its 145 years of gold mining history.
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Expert Comments:

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Michael Fairbairn, Canaccord Genuity

"We are initiating coverage of Dakota Gold Corp. with a Speculative Buy rating. . .we like the company for its strong leadership and exploration teams, quality jurisdiction with low geopolitical risk, clear focus on ESG and major exploration potential offering the possibility of a multimillion ounce, high-grade discovery."

Expert Clive Maund reviews the 6-month chart for Dakota Gold Corp. in light of its retreat in recent weeks.
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Clive Maund, CliveMaund.com

"This is believed to be a good point to buy or add to positions in Dakota Gold Corp. after its retreat of recent weeks back to what is believed to be an intermediate cyclical low at a zone of strong support. . .we see that volume has been light on the retreat from early August, which is because this drop was largely due to the sector declining during this period, meaning that if the sector picks up soon as expected, then the company should too."

The Russell 3000 is home to the top 3,000 U.S.-traded equities. One junior gold explorer with a significant land package in the Black Hills of South Dakota — where the Homestake gold mine once produced more than 40 million oz gold — has joined the Russell 3000 and the VanEck Junior Gold Miners ETF, better known as the GDXJ. Heady days for a company that started trading on the NYSE American exchange in April.
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Clive Maund, CliveMaund.com

"While Dakota Gold Corp. did respond favorably to the latest drilling results released on June 2, the significance of these results does not appear to have been fully appreciated. These were stated as being 0.195 oz/t, and many readers of this news release failed to realize that this translates into 6 g/t, which is impressive."

Clive Maund, CliveMaund.com

"At last, it looks like we are going to see upside action in Dakota Gold Corp., which has reacted back further than we expected. In recent weeks, as we can see on its latest three-month chart, it has marked out what looks like a low pan base, with its continuing strong accumulation line increasing the chances that it will break upside from this base into a new bull market. . .the stock looks like a Buy here."

Experts Following This Company

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Matt Badiali – Mangrove Investor Media
Michael Fairbairn, Analyst – Canaccord Genuity
Clive Maund – CliveMaund.com

Company News 

12/8/2022 – Dakota Gold Corp. Intersects 26 Feet of 0.081 Ounces Per Ton (7.9 meters of 2.77 grams per tonne) Gold and 144.7 Feet of 0.031 Ounces Per Ton (44.1 meters of 1.05 grams per tonne) Gold in its Initial Drill Holes at the Richmond Hill Gold Project

10/21/2022 – Dakota Gold Corp. Establishes ATM Equity Program

9/9/2022 – Dakota Gold Corp. Amends Its Richmond Hill Option Agreement with Barrick Gold Corporation

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Investing Highlights
+43 thousand-acre property position contained within Homestake District in Lead, South Dakota.
Local leadership with Homestake Mine and district exploration experience.
Well capitalized: -$35 million provides years of catalyst with no dilution (as of June 30, 2022)
catalyst Calendar
Several targets to be drilled in the next 12 months.
Potential to re-purpose existing disturbed mineral property.
Exclusive access to historical data from 145-years of exploration.