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@rackerAussie zinc/lead explorer GPM Metals $GPM, a Rio Tinto partner has fallen 33.3% to $0.010 on 4+ million shares on drilling news. Headline: GPM Metals Provides Exploration Update From the First Target of the Walker Gossan Drill Program - McArthur Basin, Northern Territory, Australia @marketwired/gpm-metals-provides-exploration-update-from-the-first Haywood’s Stefan Ioannou: “Impact - Negative: Although drilling to date has intersected sulphides at the targeted horizon(s), it is unfortunately iron-rich (as opposed to zinc and or/ lead rich). Geological vectoring stands to point future exploration efforts to the west. However the application process required to approve access to this ground will likely not facilitate drilling until 2018.” GPM last raised $4.25 mil May 2016 at $0.15.
@rackerSuggestion. When reading news releases, the left hand sidebar should show the chart and previous news for whatever stocks are tagged in that news release. A challenge would be the multiple symbols tagged in each news release. ceo.ca could default to show most popular on ceo.ca, etc.
@bullionaire@racker ON that OSC Im looking for understanding on that one. Until the banks are totally removed from the decision making process and their hold on nearly all canadian investable assets, not sure where one goes with that. If you want very good information you have to sit on a board of a public companies.. I think Mr. Lundin spoke eloquently on that particular subject, if Im not mistaken.
@rackerInside a moneymaking machine like no other http://bloom.bg/2g8q2xB The Medallion Fund, an employees-only offering for the quants at Renaissance Technologies, is the blackest box in all of finance.
@rackerMorningstar's Abhinav Davuluri says sell $NVDA - Current valuation implies 25% CAGR growth through 2020. Morningstar expects 10-15%. Also, automotive and data center growth rates will come down, and competition will go up, the analyst thinks. Davuluri also sees margins going down. @murat called Nvidia the best way to play virtual reality early this spring ahead of a 100% price increase.
@racker10,800 folks attended $MJBizCon in Las Vegas last week, the largest #marijuana conference in the world. Dundee's Dan Pearlstein attended and had this to say: "The exhibit floor and speakers gave us insight to how the US market is growing and segmenting, and our main takeaway is that it is still highly fragmented. We believe this gives Canadian LPs time and runway to further grow their brands, establish higher barriers to entry, foster more international partnerships, and may bring negotiating power when choosing the best-in-class US brands and services to partner with." #events
@rackerBarrick $ABX on track to meet 2016 debt reduction target of US $1.4 billion: Haywood's Kerry Smith, MBA and Danny Ochoa, PEng, CFA, with a Buy rating and $37.50 target on the world's largest gold producer by production volume. Catalysts for Barrick include Alturas scoping study (late 2016), Goldrush FS (Q1 18), Laguna Norte refractory ore FS (2018), Cortex Deep South Permitting and FS (2019). Contact your Haywood rep for a copy of the report.
@racker#China’s Xi Jinping embraces a new, powerful role http://qz.com/842119 "Since the US presidential election, Xi has held a flurry of meetings with global leaders [from #Colombia, #Ecuador, #Russia, #Japan, #Philippines], including some historically ignored by China’s top official in the US’s own backyard. China has also swiftly become the new, and surprising, voice on climate change."
@rackerI do @green. Funding was a bit of a surprise but explains the Dundee top pick rating, lol. Been watching it seesaw from 3.60-4.40, think it should be worth more but need help from oil prices, and for management to keep doing the right things.
@rackerInvest in companies whose products or services are so relied upon that if they didn’t exist it would cause their customers a lot of pain https://microcapclub.com/2016/11/dont-be-a-chicken/ “One of our directors said very simply, ‘We should make a list of everything that irritates the customer, and then we should eliminate those defects one by one.’ That is the way to compete in a service business.” – Charlie Munger