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Sector Expert: Maurice Jackson

Proven and Probable

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Maurice Jackson is the founder of Proven and Probable, a U.S. based media company that has a dual prong approach. The first prong identifies undervalued junior mining opportunities, conducts site visits around the world, and interviews CEOs of companies that are on major world stock exchanges and some of the most respected names in the natural resource space. The second prong, Proven and Probable is an independent licensed representative of Miles Franklin to sell physical precious metals in a number of options to expand a precious metals portfolio, offering physical delivery to home or business of gold, silver, platinum, palladium and rhodium, a fully insured offshore depository, as well as precious metals IRAs, and ledger private blockchain distributed ledger technology stored at the Royal Canadian Mint.

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Recent Interviews

Newfoundland Gold Project Returning High-Grade Assays (6/18/21)
Labrador Gold

Dr. Roger Moss, CEO of Labrador Gold, speaks to Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable about his company's flagship project in Newfoundland.

Yukon Copper Explorer Looks to Expand Resource with 10,000-meter Drill Program (5/31/21)
Granite Creek Copper

Tim Johnson, CEO of Granite Creek Copper, talks with Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable about his company's project in the Yukon and its aggressive plans to grow the resource.

Prospect Generator Cashed Up, Has Exploration Underway and Is Hunting for Acquisitions (5/10/21)
Millrock Alaska Map

Gregory Beischer, CEO of Millrock Resources, speaks to Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable about his company's projects.

Recent Quotes

"GCX has just made a great acquisition on its technical team and has formed an advisory board."

— Maurice Jackson, Proven and Probable (5/30/19)
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