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@TheGalvanizerWhile I think this year capital gains tax may remain untouched I think it's inevitable during this government term. I think some insiders floated 75% so 66 2/3rds will almost feel like a win.
@PamplonaTraderRe $EMO - using a 3% Zn cut-off, Masa Valverde is 12Mt @ 8.5% ZnEq for 2.25 Bln lbs.
Also using a 3% cut-off, $RTH Olza is 18.8Mt @ 8% ZnEq for 2.65 Bln lbs.
Calling Masa Valverde a 100Mt #zinc deposit is a bit misleading.
Having said the above, I agree with @TheGalvanizer and @HRA-Coffin, the metal itself is more important than who finds and gets it out of the ground. Glencore doing the smart thing by avoiding operating risks and securing off-takes.
Cambridge's 1.5% NSR can be bought down for roughly the amount Emerita is paying Glencore to acquire the project.
@CriticalInvestor@TheGalvanizer yes looks like investors want Aznalcollar approval. I quoted from a 2007 report, it mentioned 100Mt with an average grade for all metals separately. The other report mentioned in here seems from 2000-2001. It also quotes a 50Mt resource at much lower grades from 1986. Will ask the company for details, and why Glencore wants to get rid of it. $EMO
@TheGalvanizerSometimes assets are divested and there isn't anything more to it than that - look at Lundin and the 130,000 m of drilling (i think it was roughly that) they put in to the project Hannan picked up off them in Ireland. I think in the case of Glencore it's more the fact they aren't exactly the most prolific explorers and imagine that development is far less of interest than asset divestment securing offtake for its trading business.
@TheGalvanizer@internalaudit further to your earlier post on zinc battery tech - Aussie companies are looking at zinc-gel batteries - google will bring up a bunch of source material should you have interest
@TheGalvanizerSad update - now 5 dead from Terror attack on Westminster Bridge in London 40 injured - thoughts go out to all my British homies and others impacted by these horrifying attacks on regular folks just having regular days so horribly cut short
@TheGalvanizerIs it possible for the articles page of a panel say zinc to be a panel profile page as per users. Just thinking it would be a great spot to allow an admin to post an introductory description plus add pinned posts of noteworthy stuff? Also where someone can see who to message should they want posting privileges
@TheGalvanizerStill think the battery tech side of things is a ways away - but an interesting future market just like increased agriculture use - anything that adds areas of demand outside of the 50% use in galvanization is a good thing
@TheGalvanizerSpot TC/RC's in China are not suggesting all these mom and pops and turning up with their wheelbarrows of concentrate - the nebulous nature of China will always be such but i think the Beattie Modules and Final Spreadsheet at least give an understanding of the problems in western world zinc production and in itself is still a major pointer to solid times ahead for the right projects
@tommyI had a modest idea over coffee this morning. No expectations, no disappointments. Thanks for considering!
CEO.CA is growing our web dev team and adding new data services to the site. To pay for it I am working to generate some new revenue. We're getting closer with a few potential sponsors. I found an unconventional story with a very successful backer and a historic zinc lead project, with a lot more to it. I was wondering if I could ask you guys for feedback on it? Non sugarcoated. A quick 15-20 min desktop review by the likes of @ocotilloredux@drilltracker@hra-coffin@robmcleod@pamplonatrader@benjamincox@Brandon@90bigpicture@tim_oliver@criticalinvestor@thegalvanizer etc would be super valuable for our readers, and me, to understand concerns and better gauge the potential. I would write a brief with links to presentations reports etc for you to scan. I'd also commit to donating $1000 in the ~zinc panel's name to a Canadian kids charity of your choice (thinking Boys and Girls Clubs or Breakfast Club of Canada) if a few of you (the more the better) share a few comments or concerns. Just your initial take. I don't mean to presume your opinions are worth $1000 combined. That's obviously too low. But maybe it could be the start of something valuable? No pressure at all. Please let me know your thoughts.
Have a great weekend!
@dirkdigglerI had a chat with him earlier today @TheGalvanizer: promised him that if he laid-off the whole paper-dumping thing for a session or two....I'd invite him to one of my famous pool parties, and introduce him to Roller Girl. $gold