SilverCrest Metals – More high grade silver results from the Babicanora Area, a focus on the Babi Vista Vein Splay, and macro silver comments

April 24, 2021

Chris Ritchie, President of SilverCrest Metals (TSX:SIL – NYSE:SILV) joins me to recap another batch of high grade silver results from the Las Chispas Property. We focus primarily on the Babi Vista Vein Splay which yielded grades up to 14,034 gpt AgEq. We discuss how this area could be brought into the mine plan in early years and further improve the economics as the Company continues to progress toward production.

If you have any follow up questions for Chris please email me at

Click here to visit the SilverCrest Metals website and read over the news release highlighting the recent drill results.

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    Apr 24, 2021 24:01 AM

    Thanks for the update Cory.

    Apr 24, 2021 24:51 AM

    Silvercrest continues to impress with regular success drilling high grade intercepts on their world-class deposit. Great update guys.

      Apr 24, 2021 24:16 AM

      It is also very encouraging to hear Chris’s points on possibly tweaking the first 2-3 years of their mine plan with these new higher grade (and even more economical) zones, that were not included in the cutoff to the Feasibility Study, for an even better start of their mine that is already under development. The path forward keeps getting better and better for Silvercrest, and it really is one if the simultaneously defensive and offensive companies in the Silver sector.

    Apr 26, 2021 26:14 AM

    So far…8 month trend of alternating days of individual miners, range bound, capping and market intervention. Dejavu with ground hogs thrown in.