BALTIMORE, Sept. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Goldman Small Cap Research, a stock market research firm focused on the small cap and micro cap sectors, announced today that it has released a new research report on Brazil Minerals, Inc. (OTCQB: – BMIX), a pure play on the huge Brazilian natural resources space and the only publicly-traded diamond and gold company from Brazil.
Brazil Minerals, Inc. is a revenue-generating U.S. holding company in the natural resources area. The Company’s primary holding is its 86.88%-owned Mineracao Duas Barras Ltda. (“MDB”), a Brazilian producer located in the state of Minas Gerais, which mines conflict free diamonds and gold, and sells rough and polished diamonds and 96% purity gold. MDB has a fully-operational mining concession and the permit to export its production of rough and polished diamonds. MDB also owns the largest alluvial processing plant in Latin America. Additionally, BMIX holds 100% ownership of the mineral rights for a 24,700 acre area with a known presence of gold and copper in the state of Amazonas, Brazil and an option to acquire up to a 75% ownership interest in a titanium, vanadium and iron project in the state of Piauí, Brazil.
In the Goldman Opportunity Research report on the Company, analyst Rob Goldman outlines his investment thesis.
“We believe that BMIX offers investors more competitive advantages than its comparably-sized peers and has the benefit of multiple shots on goal. The early revenue success in its key property reduces the risk profile while the overall value of the Company is set to increase with greater diamond production and the diversification into other minerals next year.”
“We note that the Company boasts an enviable executive team that is in the early stages of executing a business model which mirrors that of successful, multi-billion dollar market cap mining stocks. One example of its effective model is the Brazil Minerals corporate structure. BMIX subsidiaries own majority stakes in properties which enhances the access to capital and partnerships for each stand-alone property. Since growth and development capital raises will be primarily executed at the subsidiary level, BMIX will not experience dilution.”
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About Brazil Minerals, Inc.
Brazil Minerals, Inc. (OTCQB: BMIX) is a U.S. holding company with revenues from gold and diamonds and ownership of interests in projects in diamonds, gold, titanium, vanadium and iron in Brazil. In particular, BMIX owns 86.88% of Mineracao Duas Barras Ltda. (“MDB”), a Brazilian producer. MDB mines conflict free diamonds and gold, and sells rough and polished diamonds and 96% purity gold. MDB has a fully-operational mining concession and the permit to export its production of rough and polished diamonds.
SOURCE Goldman Small Cap Research