Vizsla Silver – 2024 Outlook; Updated Resource Estimate, PEA, Royalty Spinout, 65,000+ Meters Drilling, and Test Mining

January 3, 2024

Mike Konnert, President and CEO of Vizsla Silver (“Vizsla” or the “Company”) (TSX.V:VZLA – NYSE:VZLA) joins me to detail the 2024 work plans and catalysts for the Company, at the Panuco Project in Mexico.


As outlined in the December 19th news release, Vizsla is planning all the following in 2024.

  • Deliver an updated MRE for the project in January 2024
  • Potential royalty spinout
  • Deliver maiden PEA in H1 2024
  • Complete updated metallurgical testing in H2 2024
  • Advance Bulk Sample / Test Mine program
  • Complete +65,000 meters of resource/discovery focused drilling

I have Mike elaborate on each point to give us all a heads up on what investors can expect.


Please email me if you would like any additional information on any of the 2024 work plans and catalysts. My email address is



Click here to visit the Vizsla Silver website to read over all the recent news out of the Company.

    Jan 03, 2024 03:59 AM

    Great update. Thank you.

    Jan 03, 2024 03:49 PM

    I took a big position in Cosigo Resources (SYL-CSG.H) over the last couple of days. The stock is selling for around 4 cents CDN. They have a market cap of $3million. (88 million shares) Their major property is in the Taraira Gold Belt in Colombia. They have 20kms of gold bearing reef that mirrors The Witwatersrand in South Africa. Bob Hoye has taken a really large position and he discusses it at 13 minutes in this video. As always DYODD! DT

    Jan 03, 2024 03:00 PM

    There are so many problems associated with electric vehicles. I never considered this but a friend of mine brought up the point that an electric Hummer weighs 10,000 Ibs. The taxpayer will be paying for a lot of road repairs. The time for electric cars is not going to happen in a big way for the next twenty-five years by then something will come along and there goes your battery plants, and the EV revolution. The government should not decide what the consumers wants and needs that is up to the marketplace and competition.

    I can also see the role that the big electrical utility companies are playing in this game after having lost so much money from the consumer and businesses when the LED light came along. DT

      Jan 03, 2024 03:20 PM

      Chinese are in EVs big and won’t take that lying down. Chinese banks will provide financing for everyone with a regular marginal pay cheque who wants to have a Chinese EV.

        Jan 03, 2024 03:41 PM

        The American government will demand that a certain number of parts are made in The US and the labor to assemble those cars are outsourced to American factories with American workers. China is challenging The US global Reserve position they won’t roll over this time. The automobile industry is what built American manufacturing prowess. Don’t forget The UAW it will not stand idly by and let The Chinese steal their jobs. Organized labor will also lobby Wahington when something this crucial to The American market is endangered. There goes your advantage. DT

          Jan 03, 2024 03:21 PM

          Hadn’t considered the US market, only the rest of the world.

            Jan 04, 2024 04:31 AM

            Hi Terry, the rest of The World including America doesn’t have the infrastructure to accept electric cars and the massive build-out required to make them a reality is so cost prohibitive it will take decades not years to accomplish. Electric cars are not a viable alternative for the masses, but technology is moving so rapidly that something will be found that fits the bill and that doesn’t require a complete overhaul of the way we use our resources. DT

          Jan 04, 2024 04:53 AM

          Empires come and empires go, The US is no exception. They think they are an exceptional society, but they can no longer control their own borders. Pay for all those unfunded liabilities, continually fight foreign wars and give their industry away. 2024 is the year the great reset will become the great reckoning. DT

    Jan 04, 2024 04:39 AM

    Democracy is fine. It is the Elected Leaders and who they appoint to fill key government positions that is the problem.

    Jan 04, 2024 04:28 AM

    Ti-Butch, we all know that the oppressed want to come to America, Canada, or Europe for a better standard of living and in America’s case a free cell phone and $5000, the issue is that if you can’t look after your own people why are you allowing all this illegal immigration. The answer is somebody is funding the immigrant movement. If you haven’t noticed most of the illegals are male and of military age. This is just one of many injustices that America has allowed that will lead to their downfall. DT

      Jan 04, 2024 04:06 AM

      Ti-Butch, you still don’t get it and probably never will. You are talking about something that is your agenda and by passing my issue. It is a self-serving way of thinking that we see quite often these days. It wasn’t me who approached you. DT

    Jan 04, 2024 04:37 AM

    Ok guys… pull out the playbook and give me the pros and cons why you prefer Fascism over A Constitutional Democratic Government.

      Jan 04, 2024 04:31 PM

      Well good…. sounds like your only pro is a constitutional government that is opposed to War but probably sees a need for some kind of self defense from those that don’t. I think that is the intent of the US Constitution. Again it is the people running the government and the people electing them that are the problem. At least it sounds like it.
      I prefer to remain in a system that doesn’t steal my stuff and doesn’t think that some people are more equal than others. Seems that is hard for some.

      (As a consideration, I think some of those people showing up at the border with their kids and grandmother are coming from countries where they steal their stuff and treat some people more equal than others. )

      Jan 04, 2024 04:58 PM

      The US constitution was designed to protect the people from democracy which of course failed since the founders greatly overestimated the mental capacity, character and decency of the herd. Those who promote pure democracy are really promoting the worst form of “might makes right” since unfettered democracy obliterates every individual’s natural rights. It is bizarre but not surprising that even the majority of intelligent people believe that democracy is somehow sacred when in fact it is a fraud at best to be manipulated by a powerful few. It is bizarre because it is irrational but not surprising because of human nature and the capacity for cognitive dissonance even (maybe especially) among the very intelligent.
      Everyone is born with the same natural rights (that’s what makes them natural) and not one democracy in world history has respected those rights for long if at all.
      The mob/the herd/the sheep, care about comfort and safety so much that it conflates the two with freedom. That’s why anyone who has tried to warn the herd about troubling trends of the last 50 to 100 years could almost always count on horribly ignorant and snarky responses. People want “their” stuff way more than they want freedom and the personal responsibility that comes with it and so of course they vote accordingly. And here we are in an increasingly dystopian world run on debt and lies from top to bottom. Central bankers with their endless paper rule all, NOT capitalists, yet very few understand that fact even on the so-called right.

    Jan 04, 2024 04:25 PM

    Right to own property and equal treatment under the law is freedom.

      Jan 04, 2024 04:02 PM

      Self-ownership underpins all property rights. Equal treatment under the law combined with strong property rights and strong contract law is required for “laissez-faire” capitalism. “Free market” has never meant “anything goes” but of course the establishment collectivists in charge don’t want you to know that.
      Here’s a good short read:
      FDR and the Collectivist Wave

    Jan 04, 2024 04:08 PM

    But willingly or unwillingly, Flynn argued, the New Deal had put itself into the position of needing a state of permanent crisis or, indeed, permanent war to justify its social interventions. “It is born in crisis, lives on crises, and cannot survive the era of crisis…. Hitler’s story is the same.” … Flynn’s prognosis for the regime of his enemy Roosevelt sounds more apt today than when he made it in 1944 … “We must have enemies,” he wrote in As We Go Marching. “They will become an economic necessity for us.” (pp. 186, 191)