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@Cautious.Now @racker Isn't the real question on $uvn what if John is right? We know that the Athabasca basin is elephant country. We know that their share structure is tight. If NXE has over 300MM shares out (367MM FD) and UVN has about 45MM out, what would any sort of apparent material discovery do to UVN's share price at the discovery stage? $1, $2, $5?
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@JamesKwantes Underground exploration drilling at Red Mountain. The rock structure appeared to be very solid - little rockfall even though ramp was blasted and dug 20 years ago (by LAC Minerals), with not much work until recently. $IDM also dewatering http://cdn.ceo.ca/1bp782j-20160722_111114.jpg+
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@Allan James, did you tell the pilot it's you're not your?
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@Benedict #feedback Not to belabour the point but: (one of the reasons I didn't link the comment about $OSK actually adding to $BTR is because the $OBM - $OSK links are still not fixed so message linking is pointless in this otherwise nicely performing issue for the past 3 months = I gather no one else has really been participating ;) ...priorities?
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@tommy Canadian consumer #fintech Mogo Finance Technolgoies Inc $GO finally released their personal finance app in the App Store this week. I've been a bit skeptical because it's taken so long, but I just downloaded it and was surprised. Slick signup screens/ never thought I could open a bank account that fast. Free credit score and loan approval in under 3 mins from downloading the **beautiful** app. They did a great job. Mortgages next apparently
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@lukejackson What am I missing about #ecuador that Lundin sees? Onerous tax regime that prevents even a tier 1 (ish) asset like FDN from being economic. What chance does a regular discovery have?
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@nicholaslepan Is the Mogo $GO app only available on iphones
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@tommy Don't know @nicholaslepan
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@tommy Score #Golf Top 100 Courses in Canada http://scoregolf.com/top-100-2016/ more public tracks in the top 10
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@Allan Is Mogo the deal Varshneys are involved with? Sounds like one of the deals I remember them vending into one of their shells.
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@Allan Will check it out.
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@Allan I wonder what the security details are, I imagine they should be as regulated as brick and mortar institutions.
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@DanO Good job/pics @JamesKwantes!
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@Aurelio @Benedict you are good stock picker!
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@JamesKwantes My life was in his hands, so no @Allan :)
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@Allan No time to be pedantic. :-)
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@tommy @Allan Mogo did a conventional IPO, not a shell RTO, but Varshneys were early backers of the private company. They've been in it for 10+ years
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anonymous A Bullish Setup in Crude Oil Despite Recent Correction, by @Goldfinger @Goldfinger/a-bullish-setup-in-crude-oil-despite-recent-correction
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from #articles,
@TheNextBigRush Marin Katusa's Ounces per share explanation for #newbies https://youtu.be/ts4d8koxZI0+ #katusa - dilution is a silent killer!
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@racker "ounces" ≠ ore @TheNextBigRush #newbies ore is rock that can be mined at a profit. #Katusa might have some uneconomic ounces to sell u..
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@dirkdiggler @HighHeat: apologies for the delay in getting back. Level II is available with TD H2O House on their 'advanced dashboard', which can be expensive ($170.00 per month) but free if you make more than 30 trades per qtr (I think). I make > 30 trades per week so I don't believe I've ever been charged a fee for its use.
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@dirkdiggler Thanks for the pics @JamesKwantes! You get a real sense of the chill in the air (and the elevation) up there through them. Very excited about this new discovery 'Lost Valley' (put my ex into the stock on Thursday lol). $IDM
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@Goldfinger This article explains a lot, especially why $CCJ can't seem to hold a bid for more than a few hours: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/20/business/energy-environment/how-renewable-energy-is-blowing-climate-change-efforts-off-course.html
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@DK Politicians love wind power because it's extremely labor-intensive and unreliable, much like themselves and the public sector.
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@Highheat @Dirk TD Ameritrade?
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@dirkdiggler I'm in Cda @Highheat.....TD Water House.
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@Highheat OK thanks I will check it out I just have a standard TD account.
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@zartceps Africa Energy Corp. should be $AFE and not $HRN if I'm not mistaken. #Feedback
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@zartceps The name says Pinecrest Energy Inc. Instead of $AFE. #Feedback
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@quicksilver545 Hi guys, does anyone have any thoughts on the recent petrofrontier deal with Kasten energy?
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@Maggee $GO: I took my young daughter to the bank to get her first bank account the other day and it came with a debit card that also included something that was called a MasterCard but was not a credit card. It allows her to go online and shop with the money coming out of her bank account. Previously she had to go and buy one of those Visa Cards that you can get at the Post Office that are pre-loaded with money and take a lot of fees in order to use. (This is because my credit card has a huge credit limit and I don't want my children using it online all over the place with their dodgy purchases.) It occurred to me that MOGO offers these prepaid cards and I'm wondering if now that the banks are supplying their own equivalent but at much lower fee levels, will they lose a lot of their business? I know my kids will never again buy those pre-paid cards.
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@kjm My debit card has the visa logo on it so it can be used as a credit card but the funds come out directly.....getting to be fairly common I think.
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@Maggee Yes, that's the same but it's the first time I saw it myself and realized the possibilities with my children. I think MOGO is marketed to millennials as a way of saving them money by selling them pre-loaded cards so they don't get into debt. Clearly if all the banks are now providing this service it removes that business. I think the trouble with fin tech companies is that their successful innovations can be easily duplicated by the big, established players.
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@Vaughan A preloaded credit card, or a visa interac card is nothing new in any way. If you live in many european countries, it is the main type of credit card available. In france it is called the ´bluecard'.
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@EpsteinResearch How many pro forma shares outstanding, and fully-diluted, on $KNT ? Thx
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@Maggee Well as far as I can see MOGO is marketing itself as a disruptive business in the Fin Tech space offering pre-loaded credit cards. I know it is not new, but the bank offering a card that operates like a credit card for online purchases is new. At least, my bank just received them a few days ago. The banks new cards would remove the need for those pre-paid credit cards significantly because they were used for online purchases. Just a thought.
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@Vaughan Agreed @Maggee. This is "new" in north america for sure. I should also state for the record that the nature of debts, especially consumer debts like credit cards, is wholely different in europe. Debt is simply not available as it is here.
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@Maggee Do you not use credit cards there? Or, are you saying that it isn't credit but something that needs to be paid in full every month?
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@Vaughan Well, i am in North america, but have family in france. To take it away from credit cards, which the prepaid card is more common from what i have seen, all types of debt is simply more restrictive. Mortgages typically require much more significant downpayments and it can often be very difficult to even have a bank consider you as a potential debtor client.
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@Maggee I do have many friends that look at debt as monthly payments rather than overall indebtedness. If they can support the monthly costs then they think they can afford whatever it is they want. Unfortunately they don't think forward to when interest rates move upwards. That's when people like me, who live debt-free, can finally afford to buy a home when the market crashes. I'm waiting......
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@Vaughan Spot on @maggee. My hope is that the younger generation takes a serious look at consumer debt and try to understand it for what it is, a ball and chain. Unfortunately in our society, debt is often a necessary evil (thinking education).
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@Vaughan in France, which is a much more socialist society, personal debt is viewed as something citizens need to be protected from by simply not offering it. State debt, well, they are the masters of running up that tab past any point of management.
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@edp007 Personal debt is a way of enslaving the masses...media bombardment to consume, buy buy buy...gotcha!!!
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Chetday @hra-coffin Eric wondering your thoughts on $NSU share consolidation. 3for 1 or 5 for 1?
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@barracuda @ test
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