"Cayden's neighbors in the area, Goldcorp, Torex Gold Resources and Newstrike Capital, have all had very good success on these kinds of targets and found multimillion-ounce deposits. Morelos Sur is the big potential discovery. El Barqueño has the lower short-term risk; as recent results have confirmed near-surface mineralization. Drilling will begin shortly and we expect the initial drill program can be successful and delineate resources. We see initial potential of 1–2 Moz at El Barqueño. A lot of the management team was with Keegan Resources, which was recently renamed Asanko Gold. Your readers will know about Asanko's 6 Moz Esaase gold deposit in Ghana."
". . .geophysical anomalies mark every big discovery along the Guerrero Gold Belt. A number of multimillion-ounce discoveries line up along that belt like pearls on a string. Cayden adjoins Goldcorp's Los Filos project, one of the top two gold-producing mines in Mexico. That's why Cayden was able to sell some of Morelos Sur and can still sell the Las Calles portion of its property, where it has already demonstrated that the mineralization extends onto its ground from Goldcorp's operations. Cayden also has a large geophysical target called La Magnetita, where it has only scratched the surface, so far without very positive results. Given that La Magnetita is the largest geophysical anomaly in the trend, there is still tremendous blue-sky potential there. . .right now, Cayden is focusing on El Barqueňo, which offers the near-term potential to move the company with some good drill results."