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LSTG - Estimated Reserves of $18.14B Right in Goldcorp's Backyard

Goldcorp's NEXT Takeover Target! Newly-Listed Lone Star Gold (LSTG.OB) Is Estimated To Be Sitting On Gold and Silver Worth At Least... $18.14 Billion! Buy Shares of Lone Star Gold Corp. (LSTG.OB) Now around $1.00, Before Its Gold-Starved Neighbor, Goldcorp, Gobbles It Up For... $179 Or More a Share!

Immediate Buy Alert:

Goldcorp's NEXT  Takeover Target!

Newly-Listed Lone Star Gold (LSTG.OB) Is Estimated
To Be Sitting On Gold and Silver Worth At Least...

$18.14 Billion!

Buy Shares of Lone Star Gold Corp. (LSTG.OB) Now around $1.00, Before Its Gold-Starved Neighbor, Goldcorp, Gobbles It Up For...

$179 Or More a Share!

Lone Star announced that on August 26th, 2011, it signed a USD$15 million agreement with a Hong Kong based equity investor. According to the terms of the agreement, Lone Star will use the proceeds specifically to speed exploration and development of the Company's Mexico based La Candelaria gold and silver mining project. The equity financing agreement does not involve any debt. Rather, the terms of the agreement give Lone Star the option to draw down from the $15 million amount as and when needed in the amount of $100,000 or multiples thereof.

"We're fortunate to have secured a substantial equity financing agreement with a serious investor," commented Daniel Ferris, Lone Star Gold's Company President. "We're also fortunate to have an experienced leadership team in place that will know how to best utilize the agreement's proceeds to move Lone Star toward its short-term mandate of rapidly becoming a mid-tier producer in Mexico."

Fellow Investor:

Why in the world would giant Goldcorp (NYSE:GG; market cap $43.28 billion), the world's largest gold producer, pay $179 a share for Lone Star Gold Corp (LSTG.OB) a little-known, exploration-stage gold company whose stock is currently trading around $1?

I'll tell you why: because for every share of Lone Star Gold stock (LSTG.OB) Goldcorp would get $157.32 worth of in-the-ground gold!

I'll show you the numbers in a moment.

But, what you also need to know is that...

Even if gold is north of $1,750 an ounce... YOU can own it now for just $11.12 an ounce when you buy shares of Lone Star Gold (LSTG) while it's still around $1 a share!

You might sell them down the road to Goldcorp for a 1,790% profit! $10,000 invested now could turn to $1,790,000!


Near-Term Target . . $5.00
6-Month Target . . . .$25.00
$89 (Min) to $179 (Max)

But, you need to act now before Goldcorp starts the takeover process. If it sounds too good to be true, remember that the last time Goldcorp made a similar deal (for a piece of Mexico's Urique gold district) it made billions in profit!

Back in 2006, Goldcorp paid $9.5 billion to get its hands on the El Sauzal gold mine in Chihuahua Mexico. The mine was owned then by Glamis Gold and, at the time, produced only a few thousand ounces of gold a year.

But Goldcorp had done its homework. They were certain there was huge potential in the El Sauzal mine and they knew they had a bargain even when they ended up paying $54 a share for Glamis stock.

Glamis Shareholders Got Rich On Goldcorp's Takeover!
Lone Star Gold Corp (LSTG.OB) Could Be Next!

Goldcorp was right. Its newly-purchased El Sauzal mine became the largest producer in Mexico with a recent peak production of over 274,000 ounces a year. Goldcorp was happy to pay a huge premium for shares of Glamis, and it made billions on the deal.

Now, I believe Goldcorp desperately needs to pull off a similar deal! But with the price of gold now around $1,750, the $54 a share they paid for Glamis now translates to something close to $179 a share. I'll show you the numbers when you keep reading.


Giant, Goldcorp (Up 3,086%) Needs More
Gold to Support Its Stock Price!

According to the company's most recent report, its El Sauzal gold mine is now approaching the end of its very profitable run. The expected decline in production is finally occurring. Gold production in 2010 was down to 152,100 ounces, off some 25%, or 51,700 ounces, from its 2009 total of 203,800 ounces.

At that rate, production will dry up completely in just a few years. Goldcorp is running out of gold at its El Sauzal mine!

What is Goldcorp going to do now?

Lone Star Gold Corp. (LSTG.OB) Has An Estimated $18.14 Billion
Worth of Gold and Silver Right In Goldcorp's Backyard!
Lone Star is Goldcorp's Logical Next Acquisition!

Geologists confirm that there is an enormous, almost staggering, amount of gold left in the volcanic-based Sierra Madre Occidental mountains of Chihuahua Mexico. In fact, according to the latest assays, there are many billions worth of proven gold reserves located on properties adjacent and close to Goldcorp's now-sputtering El Sauzal mine.

And, as an investor, what should interest you is the fact that one of the most-promising leases, Lone Star's La Candelaria project is right next door to Goldcorp's petering El Sauzal mine!

Goldcorp would have an easy, inexpensive and fast start up if it takes over the La Candelaria project because it already has all the necessary infrastructure and machinery practically on site at its El Sauzal mine. It's a perfect match!

This newly-listed and still undiscovered by Wall Street, exploration company has somehow managed to get its hands on a 1,976 acres (~800 hectare) mining concession sitting smack in the sweet spot of the same gold-rich geological formation from which Goldcorp has already taken $billions!

According to a 2009 geological survey and report, Lone Star's La Candelaria property showed gold samples grading as high as 0.35 grams/ton and silver samples grading as high as 89 g/t, indicating potential reserves of...

  • 7,210,000 ounces of gold...
  • 150,000,000 ounces of silver. . .
  • With a combined potential valuation of $18.14 billion!

$18.14 Billion Worth of New Gold Would
Do a Lot For Goldcorp's Stock!

Now, ask yourself...if you were a director of Goldcorp, the world's largest gold producer... a NYSE corporation with a market cap of some $43.28 billion...and if your number-one-best-producing Mexican gold mine was petering out. . .and you knew, with almost absolute certainty that there is $18.14 billion worth of gold and silver sitting almost in your backyard... do you think you'd be contemplating a buyout?

You betcha! Especially when the stock of the company that owns all that gold (LSTG.OB) is currently trading at a ridiculous $1 a share!

And how much will Goldcorp be happy to pay to takeover the adjacent gold prospects that belong to Lone Star Gold (LSTG.OB)?

Let's do the math:

  • We know that Goldcorp paid $9.5 billion ($54 a share) for Glamis back in 2006 when gold was trading at just $550 an ounce and the El Sauzal mine was producing just 1,000 ounces of gold annually.
  • Given the now-proven production history of Mexico's Urique gold district, a similar price tag for Lone Star's leases seems like a steal.
  • But, gold is now trading about 218% above its 2006 price. That means the $9.5 billion Goldcorp paid for Glamis in 2006 would be more like $20.7 Billion today.
  • If Goldcorp pays just $9.5 billion for Lone Star's leases, the per-share price works out to $82.39 per share of Lone Star Gold (LSTG.OB)!
  • But, if Goldcorp has to up the ante due to current gold prices, a price tag of $20.7 billion works out to $179.53 for each share of Lone Star Gold (LSTG.OB) that you can buy now at around $1.00!

Based on a recent, cutting edge survey conducted
by Olvera Rosas, Mexico's most respected geologist, if you invest $10,000 now in LSTG at around $1 a share you could walk away from a takeover with a staggering $1,790,000!

A takeover move by Goldcorp would be in keeping with what's going on in the international gold mining industry. As said recently on national TV:

Rob McEwen, the founder of Goldcorp, the world's biggest gold producer, believes gold is ultimately headed for $5,000 an ounce.

But, even if a takeover price of $179 is overly optimistic (and I'm not saying it is!) anybody who buys Lone Star Gold Corp. (LSTG.OB) now at around $1 will make enormous profits in a takeover situation. And a takeover is the logical next move for Goldcorp. It needs to get its hands on the gold-rich leases that lie adjacent to its sputtering El Sauzal mine.

Whether or not Goldcorp steps to the plate soon, Lone Star Gold Corp. (LSTG.OB) has everything going for it. Even without an imminent takeover maneuver, I expect to see this $1 stock trading at $4-$5 in the next few months. And if Goldcorp makes a move, all bets are off!

That's why I'm urging you to buy shares of Lone Star Gold Corp. (LSTG.OB) now while it's still trading around $1!

Who am I and why should you put stock in what I'm saying?

My name is Eric Dany. I'm the editor of Eric Dany's Stock Prospector. My specialty is digging up the facts on little-known companies whose stocks are about to explode with profits!

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Note: The Company has relied upon historical results from several sources in the evaluation of the Urique Project. As a majority of the results quoted were taken before current QA/QC and sample security protocols were adopted. These results should be considered 'historical' in nature and can only be used as a quantitative guide as to the relative tenor of mineralization and should not be relied upon as to what potential resources exist on the property.

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