East Asia Minerals (TSX-V: EAS) - So I'm back at square one

Matthew Gordon,
Ptolemy Capital

35:34
1 Month ago

Interview with Terry Filbert, CEO of gold explorer, East Asia Minerals (TSX-V: EAS) East Asia Minerals is a TSX-listed gold and precious metals developer with two assets in Indonesia: Sangihe, and Miwah, the former flagship asset that gave East Asia Minerals a C$600M market cap. The market cap is C$3M today. When it comes to East Asia Minerals' fall from grace, Filbert is pointing his finger. He blames self-interest promoters who squashed the stock by trying to take the company over. It's been a tumultuous ride for East Asia minerals over the last 5-years or so, involving multiple CEOs, deals falling through and the suspension of Miwah because of forestry licencing issues. Filbert states the company has over US$20M of drilling data. The market is giving zero credit for this.

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