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@LeeFirst and foremost... I agree with @Vaughan... $IDM having one of the best ceo's in the junior space. IDM is my largest junior mining holding and I have a bid in for more shares. With that said... again I have to ask why not spin out to $GIS? I find it hard to believe that investors can value $SKP at $.30 USD considering what they have for exploration projects and $IDM at $.10 USD... @Silver muppet, whose opinion I Highly Respect... How would $IDM shares in $SKP stock help finance the red mountain mine development? Again I have to ask why not spin out to $GIS? How does this benefit $IDM shareholders? I respect everyone's view point and am very willing to fully understand this decision by $IDM.
@LeeI want to thank everyone for the time to put out their views... I like the possibility of a major share buy back down the road silver muppet and absolutely agree that @robmcleod is a great person and ceo. I understand the points of what @Brandon is speaking to and would ask... most humbly... why $SKP and not $GIS. Is it that $SKP provides more flexibility for IDM to help them succeed as a company and that $GIS is capable of succeeding with what they currently have for exploration projects? I don't mean to beat a dead horse just want to understand the decision to go with $SKP.
@statesidehttp://www.comanusrising.com - In this episode of the newly branded Stateside Report (formerly Comanus Rising Podcast), we talk about the re-branding, we introduce a new 2017 sponsor (Genesis Metals), talk about the upcoming subscriber conference and PDAC March 4 and 5, encourage listeners to visit CEO.CA hourly, talk about the week in gold, the base metals and gold stocks and end with news from the past week on the Canadian junior exploration sector including: Genesis Metals $GIS Cornerstone Capital $CGP Bonterra Resources $BTR Aurion Resources $AU Galway Metals $GWM Southern Arc Minerals $SA Opawica Exploration $OPW Erdene Resource Development $ERD Timberline Resources $TBR Sokoman Iron Corp $SIC Cameco Corp $CCO and Orca Gold $ORG
@CriticalInvestorGood to see $GIS Genesis Metals mentioned by @Stateside, just landed them as a new sponsor. If everything goes as planned, they can prove up a pretty economic open pittable deposit in Quebec within a year or so
@MiningBookGuyQuick shout-out to @Stateside!
I listened to about 80% of the last podcast. Really happy he got a new sponsor $GIS. In fact, I had barely looked at it up until this point. While I know other sponsors cover it, @stateside sold me on getting a small position earlier this week (did a bit of additional DD, and it sure helps that @RobMcLeod and former Underworld team are involved!).
Anyway, thanks @stateside, and looking forward to more coverage of $GIS and all the other stocks. also, i support the #StatesideReport rebranding and your reasons for it (though the 'Comanus' story is really cool and glad you shared some details in this podcast!) http://comanusrising.com/
@statesideStateside Report Podcast - February 10, 2017: http://www.comanusrising.com In this episode of the Stateside Report Podcast we introduce our new sponsor again Genesis Metals $GIS talk about the CEO.CA app and the developments this week, we talk about the week in gold and gold stocks and the base metals, we introduce a new feature on volume and percentage gain leaders from the Friday trading and wrap up with news from the Canadian junior exploration stocks including: Colorado Resources $CXO TriMetals Mining $TMI NuLegacy Gold $NUG Metals Creek Resources $MEK Nikos Exploration $NIK Bonterra Resources $BTR Beaufield Resources $BFD Wesdome Gold Mines $WDO and Aurion Resources $AU We talk gold, silver, nickel, zinc, lead, copper, oil, nat gas and uranium.
@stateside$GIS - Sponsor of my podcast closed a $660,000 private placement yesterday at $.15 with a 1/2 warrant at $.25 for two years. I took part in the private placement. Funds will be used for their drilling program to begin the the 2ndQ of this year.
@robmcleod@Goldfinger those are Jeff Sundar's charts from $GIS. I just know that markets were hot post-PDAC in 2016, and shitty in the prior five years. Hence some urgency and zeal by many junior CEO's to finance this month!
@statesideStateside Report Podcast - February 18, 2017 - http://www.comanusrising.com In this weeks February 18, 2017 Stateside Report Podcast we talk about the week in gold and gold stocks, talk about the upcoming resource shows in Toronto, discuss the volume and gainer leaders for resource stocks on the Canadian exchanges and then finally wrap up with the press releases from the past week issued by the Canadian junior explorers including: Genesis Metals $GIS Lexam VG Gold $LEX Marathon Gold $MOZ Bonterra Resources $BTR UEX Corp $UEX Cornerstone Capital $CGP Doubleview Capital $DBV Deep-South Resources $DSM Opawica Exploration $OPW Pasinex Resources $PSE eCobalt Solution $ECS West African Resources $WAF Golden Predator Mining $GPY and McLaren Resources $MCL We talk gold, silver, copper, lead, zinc, uranium, nickel, cobalt, oil and natural gas.
@statesideNew February 26, 2017 Stateside Report Podcast posted at http://www.comanusrising.com and via Itunes. In this week’s episode of the Stateside Report Podcast we talk about the week in gold, the base metals and the precious metal stocks, we do a deep dive into our 2017 podcast sponsor Genesis Metals $GIS , we talk about the Friday most active and % gainers and then talk about the press releases issued during the week including Genesis Metals $GIS McLaren Resources $MCL Engold Mines $EGM Arena Minerals $AN Beaufield Resources $BFD Secova Metals $SEK Vanstar Mining $VSR Mawson Resources $MAW Marathon Gold $MOZ Red Hut Metals $ROB and Antler Gold $ANTL - We talk gold, silver, copper, lead, zinc, nickel, uranium, oil and natural gas.