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@Let_them_eat_silverI am a huge fan of SVB (and recently picked up another 45,000 shares) for its silver, irrespective as to whether the zinc ore is somewhat refractory for zinc extraction.( I believe Mr Coffin queried that back in February, but I see that no one has commented further)
@Let_them_eat_silver"•A high grade measured and indicated "Zinc Zone" of 10.03 million tonnes at an average grade of 11% Zinc at a 6% cutoff for 2.426 billion pounds of zinc.
•A high grade measured and indicated "Silver Zone" of 19 million tonnes at an average grade of 102.5 g/t at a 50g/t cutoff for 62.6 million ounces of silver. Many Thanks"
@Let_them_eat_silverAfter a brief glance of their September Corporate presentation I was initially impressed by their share structure and high insider ownership. Issued and outstanding shares of ~74 million with the top 5 insiders holding nearly 40% of all paper. However,a closer look reveals nearly 50million warrants and options , with an average strike price of ~ $0.60. That's a lot of paper to work through and will most definitely cap the upside for a while ( currently sits at ~$1.00). Great if you are one of the principals holding the warrants, but not so great for newcomers. This is assumes that it is those top 45% who hold the majority of the warrants, which would be a good assumption as their percentage of all stock fully diluted amounts to nearly 70%. As always, the little retail guy needs to buy in now during the pump , so that the Eric Sprotts et al can reap the benefits...for it is written...
@Let_them_eat_silver"The Golden Week (黄金周), in the mainland of the People's Republic of China, is the name given to a semi-annual 7-day national holiday, implemented in 2000." The name makes perfect sense...when the Chinese are on Holiday, gold is weak!
@Let_them_eat_silverAUDIO: ( http://www.kereport.com/2016/11/01/insights-strategic-metals-large-land-package-yukon/ )
New Orleans Investment Conference Exclusive Coverage – Tue 1 Nov, 2016
Insights into Strategic Metals – A large land package in the Yukon
Exclusive coverage from the New Orleans Investment Conference. Cory Fleck attended the show again this year and sat down with a number of Keynote speakers and exhibiting companies.
In this interview Cory sat down with Doug Eaton, President and CEO of Strategic Metals Inc. (TSX.V:SMD & SMDZF). This Company interested me because of the low burn rate and large number of properties that are available to be optioned or joint ventured out. With over 122 properties when the interest comes back into the Yukon I will be expecting this stock to run.
@Let_them_eat_silverInteractive Brokers has just opened an office in Hong Kong
Interesting article , but keep in mind that as great of a CEO that many believe Keith Neumeyer might be, much of his acclaim is a direct result of his promotional efforts. We've been hearing stories like this from the Precious Metals Permabulls for years now, but their prognostications have yet to result in any significant sustained long term rise in the precious metals/mining stocks themselves ;(
Ellis Martin Report with Kootenay Silver's James McDonald: High Grades at La Cigarra Project
Published on 28 Nov 2016
James McDonald, President and CEO of Kootenay Silver (TSX-V:KTN/OTC:KOOYF) returns to the program with news about additional high grade silver discoveries at the La Cigarra Silver Project in Chihuahua, Mexico.
@Let_them_eat_silverBeen in since July, 2008 (and an SP of ~$1.70 I believe ) a newbie to junior resource exploration stocks at the time...made the time-honoured mistake of falling in love with a project/property
Keith Neumeyer dissects the documented manipulation of the silver market
Published on Jan 2, 2017
Keith Neumeyer, the CEO of First Majestic Silver Corp returns to dissect the documented manipulation of the silver market in 2016, and the road ahead. As we post this interview, the stated US debt is on the cusp of $20 Trillion, Bitcoin just surpassed $1,025 yet silver sits around $16. But the hard numbers outlined at US Debt Clock.org show that the REAL silver price in today's dollars should be $1,005/ounce. Only the clear and present manipulation of the precious metals is keeping them from reaching Bitcoin's heights. We also get an update from Keith on Silver One Resources, First Mining Finance and First Majestic Silver.
Negotiations between Champion and the Innu for the revival of the Bloom Lake mine
Published on Thursday, January 12, 2017 at 16:44
The Bloom Lake mine, near Fermont Photo: Radio-Canada/Evelyne side
The iron ore company Quebec, managed by Champion, continues talks with the Innu community of Uashat-Maliotenam with a view to a resumption of activities at the Bloom Lake mine, near Fermont.
Both sides are trying to reach an agreement that includes royalties, training and jobs for members of the community.
The Director general of the company Plan North, Robert Sauvé, adds that Champion multiplies approaches, as well as work in the facilities of the Bloom Lake, to restart activities.
"We have enough interesting indicators, where work is already underway. Their work plan is well done. People are very active in the folder. The price of iron seems to hold at a quite acceptable level,"he explains.
There is a good chance that the activities can start even when in the fairly near future.
Robert Sauvé, Director-general of the society of the North Plan
Since last year, Champion is owner of the facilities of the Bloom Lake, owned by Cliffs natural resources.
The latter had signed an agreement with the Innu community when she was active in the region.
@Let_them_eat_silverI recall having done quite well investing in Hathor Uranium (taken over by Rio Tinto I believe ) several years ago . Their flagship property (Roughrider Deposit) had grades above 10% Uranium oxide and was ~40% under a lake if I remember correctly... ...obviously begs the question " What is the author's angle...looking for a lower entry point perhaps?.... Cheers, Luker