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@lukejacksonYou're daft if you think trump went in there to appease the left. This benefits trump more than anyone else in the United States. I certainly don't know who set off those chemical weapons (neither do you) @anonymous
@rangerbentman@anonymous Unfortunately not the only one, just one of many. MTB has property in Keromeos that they wish to develop, and a google search will turn up more. However there are different grades to be considered as well.
@londonkiwiBeen thinking about that myself @anonymous Would they do it before drilling Aguinaga? If they were to hit there, it would likely cause another leg up. Also with CGP trading at such a discount, does it not make sense to do it sooner rather than later? i.e.they could probably offer a 50% premium on 38 cents and not be paying much more than par.
@SergioD@Anonymous We are chilling at 10 cents for a number of reasons. Many investors don't see the numbers. They just see iron ore is down today, so I better sell. They see a real project which takes time, so they don't want to wait. MMS isn't the hottest of investments compared to the mostly exaggerated stock picks of the day. Our share price will go up when institutional investors decide it should go to a new level. They can turn on the tap, bring it to 18 cents (the 52 week high), let retail take over with their rampant speculation, and set a new level at 20 cents. Then everyone will justify why 20 cents is too low and we rinse and repeat to the next support level assuming everything is proceeding well.
@SergioD@anonymous I am not sure about the qualifications of management regarding building a mine, but I do know that Taplin has made strategic partnerships as required to reach key milestones. The REM partnership pumped life back into a beaten stock and increased exposure to investors. Lenigas then came on board to boost the profile of the company and likely help with the Tulshyan deal, which was the next strategic partnership. If anyone else is needed, I think management can find them. You raise some good points though, so thanks for the post.
@T5MHi all, I wanted to speak to the management comment from purp anon. You're statement is a bit wreckless, 'non of these guys built a mine'. If you can take a moment and read up on Macarthur Coal - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macarthur_Coal Macarthur Minerals is a off-shoot from this organization that had huge success developing, securing production agreements and eventually selling (for billions) the facilities they established. I am certain that the current MMS management team played a huge role in the development of the coal facility.
@anonymous if you are going to make an inquiry, don't state something as a fact, ask it as a question, makes you come across as better informed or less like a basher
@RodistyleFilled 10K worth of shares today at 1.10. - @anonymous If your chart analysis is based on 10, 20 and 50 MA then you can see none of them are overlapping. I am saying it has reached the bottom and the trend is about to reverse.
@OGradyNoticed 200,000 on the bid at 10 cents disappeared & showed up on the Tri-act. I'm not sure how these trades are decided but as a result this weakened the bid & resulted in a drop in sp.The tri-act stayed at 10 cents.lol @Anonymous thats all you got???
anonymous@anonymous, @nobshere my take on the permit is that it is required to have functional access to the property. Without one the state WOULD have reason to issue a fine. To consider the permit a "fine" is over the top, same as saying that having a parking permit is a fine for owning a car IMO.
@EvenPrimeHow did Tommy get so damn cool, you ask @anonymous? Simple! He is the epitome of the book, "How to win friends & influence people" by Dale Carnegie. It is either his natural gift, or he randomly reads a page from it every day before work ;p
@EvenPrimeHow did @Tommy get so damn cool, you ask @anonymous? Simple! He is the epitome of the book, "How to win friends & influence people" by Dale Carnegie. It is either his natural gift, or he randomly reads a page from it every day before work ;p -had to repost it - didn't link @Tommy hehe
@MiningBookGuy@anonymous RE: https://ceo.ca/org?a298aceb7a22 - sorry for not responding sooner! i was going to, then saw some quick responses, and completely forgot until now.
I indirectly discussed the artisanal miners on the #Sudan concession about a month ago with Elina, IR at at $ORG. While I didn't take great notes, I can confirm what @martin has already said here: https://ceo.ca/org?0925126d6e54
This is in-line with #artisanalmining across much of the rest of #Africa ... $ORG is not unique in this respect. It's just that there's probably 'more' artisanal miners right now in #Sudan than anywhere else.
I will add one other note (*please confirm this directly with Elina/management if you want to look into it further):
Elina told me that there is a huge incentive for $ORG to succeed, because a plant can be built where artisanal mining ore can be processed on site, instead of it needing to be dragged over to the nile, and creating typical environmental problems needing mercury for recovery. I DON'T know the details. BUT, I think this is a huge win-win-win, where $ORG / #Sudan govt. / Artisanal Miners can co-exist to a degree. And again, I don't think the artisanal mining is going to be an issue in the long-run no matter what happens. But the key is that $ORG and the Sudanese government are on the same page, and incentives seem very aligned, perhaps even more so than any other country in #Africa right now (and if you want an example of the opposite, just look at what's going on with $ACA.L in #Tanzania).