Gold is rare and getting rarer.
And not because some crazy central banker has stashed a trillion dollars of it in an Asian vault.
Gold is scarce because of one brutal fact. Gold is now seldom, if ever, discovered in a civilized setting.
Any new big gold ventures – the kind that spark huge investor paydays – will likely be discovered hundreds, if not thousands, of miles from the nearest hot showers.
Because of that, it’ll now take a certain type of man to thrive in such inhospitable environments – roasting summers, arctic winters, and wind so vicious it’s measured in meters per second, not miles per hour.
A geophysicist named Grant Hendrickson is one of those men.
When you examine his accomplishments you’ll see why people consider him as the likely holder of the title as… world’s best gold miner.
That’s why when Hendrickson moves people now tend to notice. And he’s on the move again.
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