Kilgore Gold Mine Project On The News


The past year was truly stellar for Otis' Kilgore Gold Project. A 12-month review revealed great news in drilling, financing and team growth. Then, just before the December 31st mark, an increase in financing to $800,000 was announced. As a result, there has been a lot of talk about our company in the news. Below is a brief look at the latest articles that may be of interest to you.

About Trust and Otis Gold Stock Increases

Frisco Fastball, a US-based financial intelligence platform for individuals and professionals who specialize in trading and investing, has published a few analysis regarding recent developments at Otis. In response to our latest financing announcement, Adrian Mccoy took a brief look at our gold offering: "on average, firms in the not disclosed sector, sell 67.77% of the total offering amount. Otis Gold sold 100.00% of the offering. Could this mean that the trust in Otis Gold is high?" Read his article to find out what he thinks.

More recently, the same publication posted a discussion: Can Otis Gold Corp’s Tomorrow Be Different? The Stock Increases Again. Read the brief analysis here.

Otis CEO, Craig Lindsay, on the spotlight.

A few have taken to the screen to discuss Kilgore and the general state of gold investments with Craig Lindsay.

Peter Clausi, a senior editor at InvestorIntel,  conducted a brief an informative interview with our CEO. Lindsay outlines the advantages of Kilgore, including recent "jaw-dropping" drilling results, the absence of payable royalties, low strip ratio and high recovery rates. He also comments on the state of investor interest in gold companies. Hit play below to view the 6 minute interview.


Charlotte Kan, from Proactive Investors, also had a chat with Craig Lindsay. Hit play below to hear our CEO talk about our drilling campaign activity.


"Critical reason people should be thinking about an investment in Otis Gold is the geology,”

Craig Lindsay explained in an interview with Tracy Weslosky, from Investor Intel. Watch the full conversation (5:44 minutes) below.


To learn more about the Kilgore Project, we recommend a quick read at the 2016 project review article.