Jean Martineau President and CEO of Dynacor Gold Mines, Inc. (TSX: DNG / Pink Sheets: DNGDF) called in to SmallCapVoice.com, Inc. to go over the business model for the Corporation, the recent milestones for the company in 2019, and the operational goals for the remainder of 2019. Recently Dynacor announced for the three-month period ended June 30, 2019, Dynacor completed its thirty third (33rd) consecutive quarter of profits with a net income of $0.8 M ($0.02 per share), compared to $1.3 M ($0.03 per share) for the same period of 2018. This is the 33rd consecutive quarter of profits.
Dynacor is a dividend paying gold production corporation headquartered in Montreal, Canada. The corporation is engaged in production through the processing of ore purchased from small scale artisanal miners. At present, Dynacor produces and explores in Peru where its management team has decades of experience and expertise. In 2018, Dynacor produced 81,314 ounces of gold, a yearly best and 1.8% increase as compared with 2017 (79,897 ounces).
Dynacor produces environmental and socially responsible gold through its ‘’PX Impact’’ gold program. A growing number of supportive firms from the fine luxury jewelry, watchmakers and investment sectors are paying a small premium to our customer and strategic partner for this PX Impact gold. The premium provides direct investment to develop health and education projects to our small-scale artisanal miner’s communities.
Dynacor trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange (DNG) and the OTC in the United States under the symbol (DNGDF).
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