Valuation Investment Advisory as Yale Capitalizes on Market Conditions to Secure 100% of Flagship Projects

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Special Investment Advisory: Yale Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: YLL) (Frankfurt: YAB) (US listing: YRLLF) - With less than 44M shares issued & trading under CDN$0.15, the potential for substantial upside share price revaluation seems likely. The inherit value of their Urique project alone as a take-out target would likely be several times the current market cap of YLL.V, and that does not include Yale's La Verde copper/gold mine project or Carol property. Yale Resources Ltd. presents an exceptional risk reward scenario for investors; a few thousand shares at prices now could easily turn into a multiple return from possible catalysts on either of Yale's two flagship properties.

Precious Metals Review of Yale Resources Ltd. provides insight into the opportunity afforded investors as Yale has capitalized on market conditions and have negotiated to acquire a 100% interest in their highly prospective Urique project. The Urique project has exceptional silver-gold bulk tonnage potential in the middle of the highly prolific Sierra Madre Gold Belt. The Precious Metals Review also contains Special Investment Valuation Commentary.

The full Precious Metals Review with chart may be viewed free of charge at the following URL: http://sectornewswire.com/pmryll0209.pdf online.

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Yale Resources Poised for Significant Upside Revaluation
Yale Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: YLL) listed on the TSX Venture Exchange, Yale Resources Ltd. is a development and exploration mining company headed by a talented young President, Geologist Ian Foreman. YLL possesses well over 300 square kilometres of land in Mexico, including multiple historic mines with current production within 10 km of many of these properties. In light of the Feb. 18, 2009 news release "Yale to Purchase 100 % Interest in Urique Project" (a project in which Yale has already performed CDN$1.3M in exploration work with some notable sampling yields of 10.6 g/t gold and 8,290 g/t silver), it is time to take a look at the significance of what shareholders now own within Yale Resources as the current market cap relative to inherit value is disproportionate …
 
...Yale's Urique Silver-Gold Potential: The Urique Project is a monstrous property in an area of enviable mineral inventory. The Urique Project is in close proximity to neighbouring large established resource laden gold and silver projects that share the same stratigraphy. It is not unreasonable to expect Yale to have a major gold-silver find in its future considering what they already know of their 2008 drilling program results, geophysics & grades, history, neighbours, location and size of Urique.
 
Yale's Urique Project, in the highly prolific Sierra Madre Gold Belt, boarders Goldcorp's El Sauzal Mine (2.1M oz Au) to the south and Kimber Resources' Monterde Mine (0.8M oz Au, 45M Ag) to the north. Numerous plus-one million ounce gold deposits have been discovered in this 300 km long region of southwestern Chihuahua: including Mulatos (Alamos Gold), Dolores (Minefinders), Ocampo (Gammon Lake), as well as the El Sauzal mine (Glamis Gold, now part of Goldcorp Inc.).

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Global Economic Downturn and Mining Sector Rotation Has Its Upside
As global economics and mining sector rotation took a downturn in recent months it has created an opportunity whereby Yale has managed to take advantage of market conditions to make exceptional strides and add inherit value to the share structure that would not normally be the case. Cash is king in trying times and Yale has made arrangements to pinch a 100% interest in Urique for a mere fraction of the original arrangement. After executing on its commitment over the last few years, investing nearly US$1.3 million in exploration, it was apparent to both EXMIN and Yale that the property holds what is believed to be by many to possess world class mine potential; Dr. Craig Gibson, Executive Vice President of Exploration for EXMIN had the following comments about the El Rosario, Urique results that were released August 14, 2008, "We know that the narrow veins yield high grade assays, in one case approaching 1 per cent silver. Additional sampling has yielded high grade assays over more typical underground mining widths and also shows the potential for development of a bulk tonnage resource."

Highlights from Yale's first two years of exploration at Urique include:

  • identification of ten mineralized targets within the project area
  • defining the structurally controlled breccia at the Cerro Colorado target over 2 km with 9 drill holes including:
  •      6.0 metres grading 86.0 g/t Ag and 0.23 g/t Au
  •      5.2 metres grading 106.5 g/t Ag and 0.25 g/t Au
  •      4.6 metres grading 162.2 g/t Ag and 0.98 g/t Au
  • the discovery of the El Rosario target that measures at least 175 metres wide and 400 metres long and contains bonanza-grade silver results from at least five vein sets including:
  •      257.0 g/t silver and 0.78 g/t gold over 5.0 m (within the host rocks)
  •      1,640.0 g/t silver over 1.05 m
  •      441.0 g/t silver over 2.35 m,

-      8.8 g/t gold over 0.85 m 

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Yale's La Verde Copper Mine Potential: The La Verde Project is host to six known historical deposits of copper, silver, zinc and gold that have seen limited production. The largest is Yale's La Verde Grande Mine site where YLL.V's 2008 geological mapping and sampling program has shown the deposit to be larger than historic data indicated. Conceivably the large historical (non NI43-101) copper resource deposits may be brought current, expanded on and brought to near term open-pit production status. In June 2008 Yale Sampled 13.3 Vertical Metres of 1.04 % Cu, 36.9 g/t Ag, and 0.61 % Zn within the La Verde Grande Mine and work is currently on to complete a resource estimate.

Following a site visit earlier this year, Macquarie Bank has become an equity participant in Yale Resources, and along with Anglo Pacific Group PLC, these two institutions demonstrate a huge vote of confidence in Yale's management/technical team and copper production potential. Macquarie Bank had indicated that their interest for involvement was in the La Verde copper project. Macquarie Bank is looking primarily at projects that they believe have a short road to production and they see La Verde as an opportunity to advance towards a production decision. The copper potential is phenomenal and getting it to production will cash-flow Yale for future exploration, thus significantly increasing the value to investors/shareholders.

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