Mining Expert Jay Taylor of Hard Money Advisors Recommends Integra Gold to Clientele

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Mining Expert Jay Taylor of Hard Money Advisors Recommends Integra Gold to Clientele

New York, NY / ACCESSWIRE / May 16, 2014 / Integra Gold Corp. (TSX VENTURE:ICG) (Pink Sheets:ICGQF) (Frankfurt:K1IA) is the subject of a newly released advisory from mining analyst Jay Taylor of Hard Money Advisors Inc. Integra Gold Corp. is focused on advancing it's 100% owned Lamaque Gold property in the heart of Val d'Or to production using custom milling opportunities. Integra's Lamaque project is one of the highest-grade advanced exploration-stage gold projects in Québec.

Mr. Taylor has a business MBA in Finance & Investment, in-depth accredited studies in geology, has decades of mining sector analysis under his belt, and is known for being reserved in his advice, thus investors should pay attention when he does decide a company is poised to appreciate in value and worth adding to watch list for superior return potential; ICG.V is now in that category.

This week Mining analyst Jay Taylor of Hard Money Advisors released an advisory to his paid subscriber base, recommending they consider a long position in Integra Gold Corp. 

Full copy of Mr. Taylor's advisory along with chart and additional insight may be viewed at online.

Excerpt from Jay Taylor's advisory on Integra Gold Corp.:

"THE BOTTOM LINE – Assuming the gold bull market is on the verge of a return during the second half of this year, as I believe, Integra Gold is setting itself up to richly reward investors who enter these shares at their current price. Its management team has the technical and business talent so necessary for success. It is located in Val d’Or, Quebec, with all its infrastructure, labor, tax, and regulatory advantages that make Quebec one of the best mining jurisdictions in the world, and indications thus far suggest that a custom milling operation should be highly profitable. Of course as noted, custom milling is not ideal. The best outcome for shareholders would be if Integra could acquire the Sigma Mill at a reasonable price. It may be noteworthy that the mill and old mine have not had any takers from bankruptcy for a protracted period of time, which may suggest the economic prospects of the mine itself are not very highly regarded. In the event the mill cannot be acquired at a reasonable price to meet Integra’s needs, other producers in the area may well bid for Integra at an acceptable price. The prospects for that or other events offering investors a strong return should be improved with drilling results as they become available toward the end of this year, along with other catalysts noted above. With a total resource of over 1 million ounces and growing, combined with all of the above-noted advantages, entering this stock with a market cap of under US$30 million looks highly attractive to me, especially if you believe, as I do, that we are about to enter the next major stage of this gold bull market of a lifetime."

Full copy of Mr. Taylor's advisory along with chart and additional insight may be viewed at online.

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SOURCE: Integra Gold Corp.