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@CopperBull Letter to the editor: In-situ copper leaching is a proven technology http://www.northernminer.com/news/letter-to-the-editor-in-situ-copper-leaching-is-a-proven-technology/1003768709/ 2 names come to mind: Excelsior Mining - $MIN.V and Taseko - $TKO.T
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@CopperBull Excelsior a pure play for ISR Copper and is also roughly 2 times the size of deposit than Taseko has at their Florence
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@CopperBull "Copper is the most sought after commodity, it's a good time to buy copper assets now, there are some very visible deficits coming up at the end of this decade," said Simon Lovat, a commodity analyst at fund firm Carmignac. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/expected-shortages-boost-crowd-pulling-131211636.html
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@CopperBull "Copper is the most sought after commodity, it's a good time to buy copper assets now, there are some very visible deficits coming up at the end of this decade," said Simon Lovat, a commodity analyst at fund firm Carmignac. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/expected-shortages-boost-crowd-pulling-131211636.html
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@CopperBull Lundin says buy Excelsior Mining 2016-03-11 21:44 ET - In the News $min Brien Lundin, in the March, 2016, edition of the Gold Newsletter, says buy Excelsior Mining Corp., recently 25 cents. Mr. Lundin said buy Excelsior in September, 2014, at 28 cents and in March, 2015, at 25 cents. Assuming a $1,000 investment for each of the two buys, the $2,000 position is now worth $1,892. Mr. Lundin applauds Excelsior's recent update to its prefeasibility study on the North Star deposit of its Gunnison copper project in Arizona. The update indicates that if Excelsior undertakes a staged development approach, using in situ recovery techniques, the initial capital capital cost of the project goes down to just $45.9-million. The project's net present value, by contrast, is $1.2-billion, or $829-million after tax. The after-tax internal rate of return (IRR) is 45.8 per cent. That assumes a life-of-mine copper price of $2.75 a pound. Even if copper drops to $2 a pound, the project can still make money, with an after-tax IRR of 26.2 per cent. With numbers like these, Gunnison is economic in nearly any copper market and is immediately financeable even in today's tough fundraising environment, says Mr. Lundin. He praises Excelsior as an "outstanding lever on high prices" and continues to recommend it as a buy. © 2016 Canjex Publishing Ltd. All rights reserved.
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@CopperBull Excelsior Mining $MIN looks like it could break out
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@CopperBull Why Excelsior Mining's Perceived Permitting Risks Could Be Unwarranted http://www.criticalinvestor.eu/analysis/copper/why-excelsior-minings-perceived-permitting-risks-could-be-unwarranted $MIN From the article: This could result in a hypothetical target of $281.5M / 170M = $1.66 = C$2.18. If a copper price of $2.75/lb would be projected, resulting in a NPV7.5M of $829M, the hypothetical target would be $414.5M / 170M = $2.44 = C$3.21, soon after Gunnison would be permitted.
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@copperbull This news should bode very well for Excelsior Mining and their Gunnison project which is the only other ISR copper project. http://www.stockwatch.com/News/Item.aspx?bid=Z-C%3aTKO-2393976&symbol=TKO&region=C
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@copperbull #MIN #Excelsiormining nice to see a 23% premium, no fee, no warrant financing!
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@copperbull Excelsior Releases Feasibility Study with Post-Tax NPV of $807 Million @marketwired/excelsior-releases-feasibility-study-with-post-tax-af3ba $MIN $3XS $EXMGF 65 cent direct cost per pound copper
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@copperbull @CriticalInvestor Nice find on Taseko. People should be looking at Excelsior Mining $MIN now for the same
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@CriticalInvestor @copperbull $MIN I do think so, but the upside for Excelsior would be a lot bigger than Taseko's
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