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@DanO $bay We need to see an updated geological model based on recent drill results. Sections, grades. On the website.
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@Sarb Yes, the last holes are still pending $BAY , they may actually tell "something" about this break-up. The previous holes were not that encouraging.
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@Newton LOL! #BenjaminCox ftw.
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@MiningBookGuy @Gianni @BenjaminCox cross-over with this $CBK news, that's cool! Thomas Ullrich, CEO of $BAY, now a strategic technical advisor for $CBK. And William Willoughby, formerly with International Enexco. #copper
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@fscwire Aston Bay Holdings Presents 2016 Storm Project Regional Soil Survey Results and Drill Program Review; Grants Options @fscwire/aston-bay-holdings-presents-2016-storm-project-regional $BAY
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@tommy $BAY appoints Dr David Broughton as Chief Geologist, Storm and Seal Projects. Broughton oversaw $IVN's Kamoa and Platreef discoveries. @fscwire/aston-bay-holdings-presents-2016-storm-project-regional
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@lukejackson Very interesting re: Broughton $BAY - just because this project may not be BHP sized, doesn't mean it couldn't be a big discovery - especially for an 8 million market cap. I just wish I could get warrants for all the risk one takes to fund this sort of exploration.
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@MiningBookGuy @lukejackson - i still don't own $BAY, but like a lot of what i'm seeing. funny thing is that I hope $BAY does NOT go the "full warrant, 5 year route" as a potential retail investor, and it seems like an excellent risk/reward at this level WITHOUT warrants (especially since they are well-funded right now). but if they go in that direction, it's the type of thing that immediately moves the company much lower on my list. with that said, $BAY might care far more about accredited investors than the 'little people' like me, and that's OK, especially since some of these dilutive deals do end up working out in the end. as retail, i'm personally much more ok with something like "half-warrants over 24 months" than "full warrants over 5 years"...wonder how much it matters to others.
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@BenjaminCox @lukejackson we at $bay have interest from other areas then our former partner, and from people who have spent more time doing Sed hosted copper
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@RocketRed $bay last #drillholes The other nine holes had no visual copper mineralization, with no significant copper mineralization in the assay results.http://www.stockwatch.com/News/Item.aspx?bid=Z-C:BAY-2438726&symbol=BAY&region=C
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@nobshere @RocketRed $bay time to look for another property He should talk to Dino Cremenese
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@tommy @nobshere $BAY just appointed a living-legend geologist to focus on its existing Nunavut portfolio. I don't think a move to B.C.'s Golden Triangle is in the cards.
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@BS $BAY - WOW nice addition to the team! Particularly when looking for Sediment Hosted Copper. Broughton wouldn't be there if he didn't see potential. Also some #Zinc targets on the Storm property. Down a lot now that BHP ended the partnership. Worth taking a punt at these levels!
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@tommy Here's a video interview @BrentCook and I did with $BAY's Dr. Broughton in 2015 https://youtu.be/L-ps5xMNnXY+ shows his thinking
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@BS $BAY - well funded for quite a while, large property, where they've drilled some good intercepts and dismissed some other targets quickly. They've now added a (relevant) top explorer to the team. Meanwhile copper and zinc are up quite a bit, yet the stock is down compared to the entire past 12 months. What's not to like?
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@BS $BAY #LOADUP
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@JamesKwantes Had a good chat with $BAY CEO Tom Ullrich at Roundup; BHP walked but spent a few million advancing the project, incl through important soil sampling. Looks like $IVN exploration guru David Broughton thinks BHP made a mistake, and he's been up to Yellowknife to see the core
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@lukejackson Very intersting $bay
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@JamesKwantes Also BHP walking puts the #zinc asset back in play for $BAY, they didn't want any focus there
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lukejackson Given HPX's involvement with Kaizen, Ivanhoe, Ivanplats... Broughton's 3 other insider filings... one might speculate they could be a natural fit as a partner? Certainly wouldn't qualify as a non-retail stock in that case... $BAY Please dyodd just fun speculation
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anonymous Resource Maven, The Maven Letter: January 25, 2017, Update $CDB $GwenPreston http://cdn.ceo.ca/1c8jeas-2017.01.25-letter.pdf $CGT $BAY
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@Mistersee Great insight @jameskwantes - How much $ will need to be raised to continue with the storm project? And how will fundraising go after a company like BHP walked after significant investment?
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@JamesKwantes $BAY has strong hands holding the stock who would probably top up @Mistersee. Don't have answer on how much $$ will need to be raised, depends on plans, but I believe Ben has said 2 yrs worth of G&A in the kitty. And CEO Tom Ullrich is buying in the market, 50,000 shares at 16.5-17c SEDI:BAY
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@tommy CEO Thom Ullrich supports copper explorer Aston Bay Holdings $BAY in the open market after BHP walks, SEDI:BAY
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@BS $BAY, BHP walking opens the door for companies who don't need the abnormal size that BHP needs to move the needle. Sed hosted #copper outside Sub Saharan Africa should get a premium. I'm looking forward to Broughton's involvement, the project has been de-risked compared to last year, they now know where to focus their efforts, and where less so. Should be a good year for Bay!
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@RocketRed @BS Teck Cominco drilled that years ago and dropped it yes there is high grade copper zinc there but its to small to be a mine in the Arctic otherwise Teck would of put a mine in years ago.Don't know what $bay has left in the till but BHP spent around 2 mil just in a small program so bay needs funds to go back up there drilling again.Resource Maven put out a sell on it as Better opportunities out there
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@Allan anonymous, I certainly never asked Benjamin from $BAY about material information or hints about when that info would come out.
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SEDI_bot Aston Bay Holdings Ltd. $BAY just filed 1 reports. View full report: SEDI:BAY
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@Ted Storm clearly holds capacity towards the big deposit model which would be suitable for the likes of BHP but failed to return a major hit at the primary geophysical level.....The majors typically gauge a projects "big picture" capabilities threshold through the testing of the primary geophysical targets which are in place during early exploration phases and if they come up blank, commonly bail afterwards.....The juniors are then left to carry on afterwards and may need to be recycled many times before success can be achieved.
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SEDI_bot Aston Bay Holdings Ltd. $BAY just filed 1 reports. View full report: SEDI:BAY CEO Thom Ullrich steps into the open market
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@MiningBookGuy @BreakingBad01 - good point on declining global #copper grades. Interesting you just brought it up, as I found an interesting chart on this from an older $MOD.AX powerpoint just last night. See here: http://cdn.ceo.ca/1ccddsl-Global_Copper_Grades.png+ This is from a 2015 powerpoint, BEFORE the new $MOD.AX discovery. With that said, much of the #copper being discovered in #Botswana (including the new $MOD.AX / $MTR.L 70/30 owned T3 project), is around the ~1.5%-2% Cu grade, nothing to be scoffed at. Many people just aren't aware of this yet (a big reason being no TSX/TSXV listings for interesting #Botswana #copper plays). Basically, $MOD.AX / $MTR.L should be included in the discussion with $IVN $CDB when it comes to higher Copper or CuEq grades (knowing that $CDB has very significant #gold, and $MOD.AX / $MTR.L has significant #silver credits). #Botswana #Kalahari #KalahariCopperBelt #CupricCanyon (*edit - sidenote: special mention to $BAY, which I'm following closely, and maybe the best 'very early-stage' play for higher #copper grades in a 'hotter' jurisdiction right now: #Nunavut #Canada
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@BenjaminCox @MiningBookGuy grade really matters :-), and thanks for the Aston $Bay Shout out.
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@Newton A question of clarification -- is $BAY really higher grade #copper? I thought insufficient grade was reason partner left? Or was it insufficient size? Sorry for not digging into it myself.
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@BenjaminCox Most intersections have averaged 1.5%+ grade, Partner's requirement for size is based on some very large assets they already own..
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@Stargate2 We have modeled the Storm project to have capacity to contain a 150 million ton plus deposit volume capacity.....Our interpretation as based off of geophysical profiling.
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@Stargate2 Places this project scale at just above the Kidd Creek stats.....
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@MiningBookGuy @Stargate2 - who is 'we'? anything more you can share on this?
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@Stargate2 Earth Science Services Ltd
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@MiningBookGuy neat, thanks!
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@TheGalvanizer Is it standard for ESS to comment on what I assume is ongoing work and consulting on investment portals?
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@Stargate2 No its not standard but should be, as technical input from service providers working in the sector can help retail investors make heads or tails out of a lot of the technical jargon going around.
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@TheGalvanizer I ask only because I would not want one of my contractors to being doing so. Appreciate your candor though
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@Stargate2 Somerset Island was a past project corridor which was utilized by Earth Science Services as a backdrop for geophysical produce development testing in the search for diamonds. "Stargate2" is the naming convention for a new product being released this year.
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@BenjaminCox He also wrote a book @MiningBookGuy not that I have read it.. I should, as Tom ceo at $bay is an adviser to the company.
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@TheGalvanizer @Stargate2 I would assume any contract you had between ESS and a company that contracted work by you would have standard confidentiality on results and interpretations.
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@Stargate2 If ESS is contracted then yes....If ESS performs non contractual work then no....ESS, at the present time, operates as a science foundation (non profit) and provides most of the output pro-bono.....
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@Stargate2 To assist the resource sector in the promotion of resource benefit sharing.
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@TheGalvanizer Ah okay i see - could i suggest it is made very clear when you are not associated with a specific company you may comment on - for some potential investors there could be a misunderstanding you are representing Company data. All for anything that encourages folks to look at the resource sector!!
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@TheGalvanizer Really appreciate the responses Thx
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