We were already anticipating a bigger-and-better contest second time around, as the growing size of our audience and their growing interest in these mining companies suggests that the competition will be even fiercer this time. However, what has made us doubly excited about this year’s contest is that it is being sponsored by last year’s winner: Great Panther Silver – and they have brought some of their very own silver with them to offer as contest prizes.
In last year’s contest (which was generously sponsored by SilverGoldBull.com)
Unlike last year, we should certainly expect some of the gold-mining companies to also contend for this title. With gold’s impressive move higher over the past few weeks (while many of the miners were getting little “traction”
The 2011-12 Great Panther Silver Miners Challenge will run from October 1, 2011 through March 31, 2012. All contest entries must therefore be received prior to midnight, September 30th.
The contest is open to any/all registered members of our site (registration is free), subject to the following exclusions. No employees/officers of Bullion Bulls Canada are eligible to participate in this contest, nor are their families, or anyone directly affiliated with one of our advertising sponsors.
The winner of the contest is the contestant who picks the (North American-listed)
1st prize – 20 ounces of silver
2nd prize – 10 ounces of silver
3rd prize – 5 ounces of silver
Halfway-winner – 5 ounces of silver
The precise composition of the prizes (with illustrations)
Registered members to our site can enter simply by sending an e-mail or “personal message” which clearly identifies both the name of the miner and the username of the contest entrant to either Chad or myself .Contest results will be posted regularly on our forum, while we will publish several contest updates on our “front page” over the course of the contest period.
Best of luck to all of our contest entrants, and may the best miner win !!
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Bullion Bulls Canada provides general macro-economic and political commentary, since the precious metals markets are among the most complex (and misunderstood)
It also provides basic coverage of Canadian precious metals mining companies.