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@JamesKwantesRe #diamonds and millenials - have seen a couple of the "Real is Rare" videos & they're not bad. Also synthetic diamonds require enormous amounts of electricity to make. Greener? Maybe not
@JamesKwantesNow you KNOW God's on ur side @dirkdiggler ... reminds me of the townhouse development down the street from me in Surrey, it was called Lumina. Beaty's made $$ for me and so did our Surrey townhouse when we sold it
@dirkdigglerThat's really neat @JamesKwantes. I refuse to take my experience too seriously, but then I consider something good ol Bill Shakespeare once wrote: "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy."
@Iwantmymoneyback@Investorwannabe@jamesKwantes@kib just to create an open conversation; Knowing that electric vehicles will replace diesels >10 years. Hydrogen wont win the battle with electric cars, why would we still invest in platinum/ paladium? Knowing that gold is likely to go much higher looking at debts/ relatively high dollar/ macro economics. Tia
@JamesKwantesLike that $SBW deal unloading its 65% of Skoonka to $WHN for shares. Makes a lot of sense, Skoonka has had some nice hits over the years & gives Strongbow a call option for something they were getting no value from
@JamesKwantesCouldn't help but notice $KDI's largest 3 stones -- 4.72c, 4.28c & 3.45c -- in that latest NR very comparable in size to 3 largest from $NAR's Naujaat (4.42c, 4.16c, 3.53c). Kennady's parcel was twice the size (carats) of $NAR's as well #diamonds
@0KibVery interesting. There was a 5m share block that crossed via Paradigm yesterday at a price of 1.13 (volumes shown on CEO are incorrect).Guessing that was our seller unless it was an internal cross. Wonder who this is? Only Teck & John Byrne have such a large shareholding.Any idea @jameskwantes?
@MiningBookGuy@JamesKwantes - ah, thanks for the further insights and mentioning it was a Werther! Haven't had one of those in a while...maybe it could have been hollowed out to fit a decent sized diamond in there :P
@JamesKwantesAs I was being searched @MiningBookGuy it did make me wonder about the high rollers who come through for the Exceptional Stone Tenders -- royal families etc -- and the level of searching they are subjected to. Bit of a fine line to walk there for $LUC#nobodycavitysearches
@JamesKwantesRe #NorthKorea -- sadly it rings true, @MiningBookGuy. I'm sure Trump would like to go to war against #Iran but they're too strong (too much of a match). Reminds me of the run-up to the second Iraq war -- replace "WMD" with "nuclear weapons" and it's the same playbook #geopolitics
@JamesKwantesThere's a flowsheet at the bottom of the link that breaks out how the new Mega Diamond Recovery Unit will allow the bypass of breaking/crushing stages and divert the largest stones directly to hand sorting, @DanO. CEO Lamb thinks the spot where the Lesedi broke is when it dropped into the stockpile (after the "secondary gyratory crusher") and was smashed by a larger stone that dropped on top of it. It's about a 7- or 8-foot drop
@CriticalInvestor@JamesKwantes Great read, what is the concept of this MDR unit? How to avoid breaking a large stone when it is inside a big piece of rock and they crush this piece in a few smaller pieces in the first stage? Besides this, how does it feel to hold a stone worth $60-100M? I would get pretty nervous about dropping it I think;)
@JamesKwantesHave heard TH franchises are a licence to print money, but retaining good employees getting paid only minimum wage must be difficult. Don't frequent Timmie's, but I've always marvelled at how a restaurant that seats dozens and dozens can get away with having a tiny cubicle-like bathroom!
@JamesKwantesOnce rented out the top floor of a house (in Abbotsford) to a couple guys from Hamilton - Tim Hortons freaks. The one guy built a pyramid of TH empties in the front bay window. Should have recognized it as a bad omen - they stopped getting along and one moved out, so we had to give the other the boot too @Vaughan@stateside