Bayhorse CEO on Silver Success: “Think Big Globally, but Act Small Locally”

- October 29th, 2014

Graeme O’Neill, president and CEO of Bayhorse Silver, discusses the progress his company has made this year at the Oregon-based Bayhorse silver mine, also commenting on the measures Bayhorse has taken to remain successful in the midst of today’s low prices.

At the 2014 Silver Summit, held in Spokane, Washington from October 23 to 24, Silver Investing News had the chance to speak with Graeme O’Neill, president and CEO of Bayhorse Silver (TSXV:BHS).

In the interview below he discusses the progress his company has made this year at the Oregon-based Bayhorse silver mine, also commenting on the measures Bayhorse has taken to remain successful in the midst of today’s low prices. In closing he offers some words of advice to investors who may be losing faith in silver. ”Silver has been going up and down for years. You buy it when it’s cheap, you sell it when it’s high. That’s always been the way to make a dollar in this market — in any market,” he states.

 

Bayhorse Silver is a junior exploration company earning an 80-percent interest in its newly acquired historic Bayhorse silver mine, located in Oregon. The company also has 100-percent interests in three high-grade gold prospects (Alexander River, Paparoa and Red Queen), in the prolific West Coast South Island gold fields of New Zealand. Bayhorse has an experienced management and technical team with extensive exploration expertise.

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