BERAL, INC.
Andrew Racz
Director of Research
300 East 54 Street, Suite 26C
New York, NY 10022
Phone: (212) 319-6949
Fax: (212) 753-1944
E-mail: mlikar@aol.com

Silvore Fox Minerals Corp.

September 29, 2010
 

(SXF - TSX.V)
Price: 8 cents
52-week price range:
.4 cents - 7.5 cents
Debt: Nil
Cash: 1.36M
Stockholders Equity: 6M (approx)

ANDREW RACZ [Q]:   As a first question, since your company is not exactly a household name, can you briefly describe what Silvore Fox Minerals is about?

HAROLD J. CABRITA [A]:   Silvore Fox Minerals Corp. is a company that has been exploring primarily for base metals. It is in copper, gold and molybdenum at two properties in south eastern Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia; Coxheath and Ocean view Properties, as well holding Joint Venture interests in Gold/Cobalt and base metal at its Nictaux Dam and Shortliff Lake Properties, respectively.

Q:   Which is the geographic area and how would you describe where you operate?

Who are we and why we are here
SFX is a mineral exploration company publicly listed on the TSX Venture Exchange in Canada.
We see this conference as an opportunity to build strategic and mutually beneficial commercial links as we continue to strive for positive growth.
We recognize China's need for raw materials and the tremendous market this represents for all exploration companies.
As you may see in other talks, Canada is rich in resources, a leader in exploration and mining technology, and enjoys a strong and sophisticated capital market infrastructure.

A:   The Coxheath property is located in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. It is 9 kilometers from tide water with commercial deep water port facilities. Coxheath’s close proximity to the city of Sydney, which has a population of approximately 35,000, provides easy access to a skilled workforce with a long history of mining. The property is 500 meters from a paved highway, providing cost effective exploration access. It also has a 3 phase power line running through the property. It's strategically located to be a potential low cost mining operation.

Projects Overview

Silvore Fox Minerals Corp. is exploring the base and precious metal potential at two properties in south eastern, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. The Cape Breton region has a mining heritage dating back over 300 years. Industrial development associated with mining over the years has been the cornerstone of economic development. The region enjoys an excellent road system, close proximity to urban centers, deep water shipping, rail lines and power supply. The local mining culture coupled with a highly skilled work force gives the Silvore Fox properties a definite strategic and development advantage over many other prospects. Coxheath Property

The Coxheath Property is situated just outside the port city of Sydney, Nova Scotia, approximately 14 km to the west. The property is composed of 235 claims and covers 3800 hectares. Paved roads and all weather secondary roads provide excellent access to the on site core storage facility and core preparation building.

Exploration of the Coxheath Property has focused on eight zones, including the historic Coxheath Copper Mine. Five zones are related to this porphyry copper molybdenum gold system in the western part of the claim block while an additional three highly altered and mineralized zones, 4 km to the east, suggest a genetically related epithermal system.

Please visit our NI 43.101 for further details.

Q:   I want to ask a technical question. When you say that you are mining copper, molybdenum and which is the third?

A:   We're exploring for copper, molybdenum and the third is gold.. We also have significant amounts of silver in the historic mine workings.

HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA (Marketwire 05/21/10) Silvore Fox Minerals Corp. is pleased to announce that it has been conducting over the past two months, a major technical analysis of recent and historical data in preparation for this year's work program on its 100% owned Coxheath property located outside of Halifax, Nova Scotia.

"For the first time Silvore Fox has been systematically evaluating the 'Coxheath Property' as it now has the necessary financial and technical resources, an aggressive but calculated mindset and a new, world class technical team."

The work which includes geophysical, geochemical survey interpretation as well as geological/structural mapping will underpin this year's drilling program at Coxheath with its historic copper deposit. The objective is to detail the correlation between mineralized zones on the property, adjacent mineralized areas in all directions and expand copper molybdenum gold porphyry targets.

The extensive data compilation has been conducted by the corporation's staff in Halifax. Review and re interpretation of the historical geological/structural maps as well as further interpretation of geochemical and geophysical surveys is being conducted by geophysical, geochemical and exploration experts in Beijing led by Dr. Jingbin Wang and managed by Dr. Zhenquan Gao.

Q:   Can you separate the molybdenum part from the copper side? You mine it together and then you send it to be divided. What is the procedure?

A:   Well, we haven't determined that yet. We've done bench work metallurgical work on the copper, gold and silver, which shows very positive recoveries, but we haven't to date done bench work metallurgical studies on the molybdenum. But there could be another circuit for the molybdenum.

Q:   Today, which is September 17, 2010, everybody is talking about silver. What is your potential in the silver market?

A:   We took over Silvore Fox Capital Corp. to change the name to Silvore Fox Minerals Corp. We're not a silver property. We do have some significant silver on the property in the Copper Brook Zone, but not defined in any great resource property wide. Copper is the main target in this defined area. We have however, had up to approx. 765 grams or approx 24 ounces of silver/ton in drill core, with bulk samples up to 50 grams of silver.

Q:   Let me ask you a question about mining. When silver is popular, you increase your interest in silver, or it is not so much in the corporate level as in the newspapers?

A:   Well, there are companies that follow the trends. We develop the business, so I know silver is hot right now. Maybe it'll be hot in a year, last year it wasn't. We have properties that we hope we can take to production, so we're focused on base metals .We're interested in the mining business.

Q:   So it's Main Street versus Wall Street. You are in the Main Street business.

A:   Right. We don't change what we're looking for every time every time the market swings.

Q:   Your company has about 100 million shares.

A:   Yes.

Q:   And the stock is 8 cents?

A:   Yes.

Q:   So in other words, you have a market cap of less than $10 million.

A:   Right.

Q:   And how much cash do you have in the company?

A:   Over a million and a million coming in in a month or so.

Q:   How is the other million coming in?

A:   We have an agreement for an early exercise of warrants with Sino Minerals Corp. from Toronto.

Q:   Let's take this two million dollars. That is enough for 2010 2011 for all your expenditures?

A:   No. It's enough for 2010 and we're planning on going back to capital markets in 2011, second quarter.

Q:   Let's jump for a minute to 2011. Let's say you raise from the capital market another two million dollars. Where would the company be in early 2012?

A:   By 2012, I would really expect that the basic property would be a lot farther along and we'd be looking at perhaps doing a bunch of proposals to maybe several mining companies. Also, by 2012 we will have I'm quite certain a number of strategic acquisitions. We're looking in a number of jurisdictions right now.

Q:   So we have a $10 million company.

A:   No, we're not interested in a $10 million company. We want to make it a few hundred million dollar company in the next couple of years.

Q:   But you're a $10 million company, you have good properties, you are working on it, you are working with modern techniques which are illustrated from air borne drilling and based on the four months' development you expect to raise another $2 3 million next year. By the end of 2011, the company could present itself as a picture that is desirable let's say for other companies or for a joint venture, or additional loans or investments, because it's a promising mineral exploration company. Am I correct?

A:   Could you shorten that up a little bit, Andrew?

Q:   You have a small company. You have enough money to work in 2010. Next year you hope to pick up another $2 3 million to make it a more viable company. In other words, people will look at your company, and they'll say this has a great deal of promise. So you can either buy another company or a joint venture or several joint ventures, or stock distribution or division. Or a combination of many of these factors.

A:   Yes.

Q:   The company has a very strong board of directors and management. In other words, you are capable of executing any of the steps which I as a securities analyst consider to be a complex deal today, but for Silvore Fox would be possible in the future.

A:   Yes, I agree.

Q:   So in other words, this Mr. X comes in from a major company and wants to work with you in a territory, you are in a position to present a picture to be attractive for that bigger company.

A:   I would hope so, yes.

Q:   You have a very strong board and you have with what is called ? Chinese Connections?. Can you describe that?

A:   The addition of our chairman, Dr. Jingbin Wang, strengthened our Board of Directors from both a technical geological perspective as well as from his expertise internationally. Dr. Wang is an accomplished and well respected international explorationist with a track record of major discoveries.

Dr. Wang is also Chairman of Sino Minerals Corp. and Chairman of Canaco Resources Inc., as well as Executive Director of China Nonferrous Metals Resource Geological Survey (CNGS) which is a public institution. CNGS has 300 employees and is involved in over 30 projects in Africa, America and Southeast Asia. CNGS maintains a long-term strategic partnership with CHINALCO (Aluminum Corporation of China) and China National Gold Group Co..

Dr. Wang is a leader in the nonferrous metals field in China with over 25 years of experience. Dr. Wang has managed and completed more than 40 national exploration and research projects and continues to place a high value on the integration of research, innovation and exploration.

As an accomplished geologist and manager, Dr. Wang is actively involved in the China mining society. Dr. Jingbin Wang currently serves as the deputy director of the China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association, Geological Society of Sciences and the China Mineral Exploration Association.

Q:   Meanwhile, we live in the year 2010 when the whole world is turning upside down, and there are very few countries with real surplus money, and the North American continent, more American than Canadian, is being bought up from the Far East or partially bought up, and therefore those connections are extremely useful. You are familiar with this?

A:   I think what you're saying is that North American companies have structure in place and have management in place here that attract companies that are looking to buy or establish resources here in the Americas. The Toronto Stock Exchange actually is very attractive to outside foreign companies to look to get into the capital markets. Fifty-five percent of the mining companies in the world are traded in Toronto. So mining is very important.

Q:   But what we are discussing is a historical trend. My native country is Hungary. After the collapse of communism, literally every bank and every major company was bought up by Western Europe, particularly the Germans and the Belgians. And that's a fact. Same with Serbia. Under Queen Victoria, the whole Far East was bought up by the British. These historical trends are very important when you analyze the world in which we live. You can't neglect it. This is a fact, and this is going to grow. Correct?

A:   Yes, I think so. I think that the need for resources is only going to expand.

Q:   Now, the issue is that the market as we look at it, Silvore Fox pays no attention or gives no recognition to your international connections.

A:   I would say that we need to get our name out there, yes. We did the takeover two weeks before the crash in the summer of '08, and we did not spend a lot of money on public relations or investor awareness. We're only just starting to do that in the past four or five months. Our name is getting out there but, yes, if you were to say to somebody today that you talked to Harry Cabrita at Silvore Fox, they'd say who's that? Never heard of him. It's an identifiable problem that we need to get out there.

Q:   The fundamental facts are that you say that you have a mining territory which will grow and become more important and more valuable. At the same time, you have a network of connections with the Far East where money can be found. Therefore, you can accelerate the development. And the third part is that you have a team which is capable of handling a bigger company, growing into a bigger company internally and externally. So these are three big pluses, and zero recognition. That's a fact.

A:   I would agree with that.

Q:   So that's where we are. I'll take a very well-known example. In 1994, I met in New York a young man who was marketing a company called CD Radio, which later became Sirius Satellite. I couldn't raise money for it. We spent three or four days. He was disappointed, I was disappointed, and he was kind enough to compensate me with some stock but the stock was private. Sirius Satellite today has six billion shares. When you get a very small percentage of six billion, it's meaningful. Then I introduced Mr. Friedland to Maurice Templesman, who was the head of Lazard Kaplan, the largest diamond company in New York. His girlfriend was Jacqueline Kennedy. Then he invited me to Vancouver and I was with the team the day they discovered Diamondfield, which was a very small company and a year and a half later had $4 billion in sales. Then I stayed with him in Mongolia and Ivanhoe went from $2 to now over $20. So in other words, we live in a an age of mineral exploration companies when obviously we have to partner with international finance companies. In other words, anybody who will judge you as an individual and your team who looks at Silvore Fox as a $10 Million company is making a mistake. But the building blocks, as you said, are there to build it into a big company.

A:   Yes. The foundation, the cornerstone, is there and we're ready to build.

Q:   Picking Robert Friedland was the best financial decision I've made, and certainly walking along Madison Avenue, being told by everybody to drop dead, wasn't particularly appetizing but I stayed with him since '94, and we are in the third major company, two of which were Diamond Fields and Ivanhoe Mines . I hope this will happen with you. You're a small company. It's a nice sunny day in New York City, and big articles on silver, certainly no negative article on base metals. And you already have the key financial ingredient in place, the Chinese Connection. And that doesn't apply to you alone; that applies to the whole world. In other words, I frankly feel when I talk to you that I'm thirty years younger and not walking along Madison Avenue but looking out to find Madison Avenue from the window, and maybe you will repeat not Mongolia and Newfoundland, but you will repeat the Halifax and the Chinese Connection and my readers better watch out.

A:   I would agree.

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