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@RocketRedalmost 5 year halt
Capricorn to resume at the open Jan. 23
2017-01-20 16:24 ET - Resume Trading
Shares issued 7,394,400
Effective at the opening on Monday, Jan. 23, 2017, the securities of Capricorn Business Acquisitions Inc. will resume trading, a news release having been issued on Dec. 20, 2016, announcing that the company will not be proceeding with its proposed transaction with Energex Petroleum Inc., which was previously announced on April 5, 2012. The transaction contemplated would have constituted a qualifying transaction.
Globe says Trump makes Northern Dynasty great again
2017-01-20 06:08 ET - In the News
Shares issued 267,789,331
$NDM Close 2017-01-19 C$ 3.27
The Globe and Mail reports in its Friday edition that Northern Dynasty Minerals has more than tripled since the U.S. election to approach a four-year high this week amid speculation the incoming administration will allow the explorer's long-stalled Pebble project in Alaska to move ahead. A Bloomberg dispatch to The Globe reports that last week, Northern Dynasty drummed up $43-million (Canadian) in a secondary share offering to investors eager for an interest in a resource it estimates at more than six billion tonnes of ore. That is quite a revival for Northern Dynasty, whose sole project had appeared all but dead only a year ago. After peaking at a market value of almost $2-billion (U.S.) in 2011, the company's luck turned -- it was abandoned by Anglo American and Rio Tinto amid a commodity rout, and it was obstructed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency after the project had already burned through more than $550-million (U.S.). Northern Dynasty's latest quarterly results showed its cash holdings had dwindled to less than $8-million (Canadian). Mining analyst John Tumazos believes the EPA under Mr. Trump will reverse a 2014 move to prevent Pebble from obtaining a permit.
@RocketRed$SVB 58.7 million tonnes grading at 3.6% zinc and 50 g/t silver for 4.670 billion pounds of zinc and 90.8 million ounce of 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.
@RocketRed@sarb$DBV results are not late at all !! If you pay double the price you can get rush assays from labs faster. Labs laid off a lot of people cause they had no business in the last 5 years. Some drill companies like $ME AND $PGX results are late and over due
@RocketRed@nobshere$BTT some real old history on the Hackberry Mine year 1886 ,Rich stratas are found which will yield $1,000 to the ton,$75,000 of bullion produced to date.A careful and critical examination conveys the impression that at a sufficient depth the whole space between the granite walls will be filled with mineral, in which event it will become a Bonanza mine, equal to the most noted in the world. http://www.library.arizona.edu/exhibits/swetc/azas/body.1_div.10.html
@Sarb@RocketRed - If you see twitter feeds from Friday, you will notice that $BTT was "traded" well by few day traders/penny flippers. You can check their tweets from Thursday/Friday. I think most were out by EO Friday. Results are never Linear, Milk the moves and rest between the moves. $BTT seems tempting because of the names attached to it, but will go soft as the reality kicks in later this week. They need to raise cash, finalize this agreement and then take it from there and this is a "slow" process.
@RocketRed$BAY High-grade zinc mineralization also occurs in the Seal deposit on the western end of the property on tidewater. Drilling to date has defined mineralization over 400 m long, 50 m to 100 m wide and 12 m to 20 m thick. The average grade of the deposit is 7 per cent zinc to 8 per cent zinc and 23 grams per tonne silver to 27 g/t Ag. Intervals within the zone contain up to 33 per cent Zn and 140 g/t Ag.
A historical geological resource of two million tonnes grading 8 per cent Zn and 30 g/t Ag was estimated from the drilling by Teck Cominco geologists in 1997. Scott Wilson RPA cautions that there are no data available to independently verify the historical resource. Consequently, while it is indicative of the potential extent of mineralization, it should not be relied upon. The limits of the Seal zinc deposit appear to have been defined, but there is potential for this type of mineralization to occur elsewhere on the property.
@RocketRed$Btt Depends on who will be buying the PP only 20,459,367 Shares issued if you want a homerun type of stock you wouldn't dilute it cheap either its a very interesting property with huge potential from what I read plus the people behind it
@RocketRed@Sarb$btt Bitterroot will manage the first year's exploration program. In consideration for the foregoing payments and exploration expenditures, Altius will receive 50.1 per cent of the outstanding shares of Trans Superior Resources Inc., Bitterroot's wholly owned subsidiary which holds the properties, plus approximately four million common shares of Bitterroot, to be issued after Bitterroot completes a 1:10 consolidation.