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@AllanMBG, can't hide them zombies from John and I.
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@AllanMan, I love doing these Zombie Search and Rescue Mission shows with #JohnKaiser. Not only do I think we will find some big winners from the shows, we are also showing folks how John and I go about doing our homework. We are a couple guys that are truly explorationists too the core and love talking about this stuff. We spent 2-hours today shooting the breeze and it went by in a flash. Looks like Youtube is acting up with the recorded version, I will post the link when it is fixed on the YouTube end.
@Allanchatted with #JohnKaiser to set up Zombie Search and Rescue Mission #3 for July 7. The hunt for junior mining Zombie stocks continues...Intrepid hunters John and Allan, go off in the zombie wasteland to find little hidden gems that can come back to life and be new shiny pennies.
@Allandano, I asked #JohnKaiser about those issues. I was worried that scandium would act like other small production commodities if new production could easily hit the market and hammer the price. He said there is a huge market that would open if there was a large secure source because it takes a commitment to switch to a scandium-aluminum alloy. But the benefits are huge for weight reduction and strength. John explained that once $SCY and Cleanteq prove they can produce a reliable source of significant supply, the market for end users will beat a path to their doors. If you build it...they will come. The pilot plant would be $80 million and they could ramp up from there. The pilot plant would help them prove up their ability to produce a reliable supply to large end users. I think it is only a matter of time before someone does an offtake deal to fund the costs of pilot plant. I'm doing my homework and liking what I'm seeing.
@StocksluiceThankfully, I listened to #JohnKaiser on $EMC / $SCY early on, back in 2013, since sold half at a hefty profit, letting the other half ride, baby, ride! I don't doubt the company, the product, or the implications thereof.
@Allandrago, #JohnKaiser talked about that $AZ on my show well before it blasted off. Presented the whole ins and outs of their exploration and wouldn't you know, the old truth machine agreed with him.
@AllanJust realized I have two posts to write before the show tomorrow with #JohnKaiser on our Zombie Search and Rescue Mission #3 show. We will be on letter...ah hahahaha, you thought I was going to say the letter before the show. We are on to you zombie stock investors, trying to front run us. You didn't think we would fall for that did ya. Ain't gonna happen, you will have to get down there in the junior mining zombie stock wasteland and do your homework with us. Anyway, it is going to be another awesome show.
@Allanrana, #JohnKaiser have already been making noise about zombies that will come back to life, we even have a show today on that very topic. With some chat about $PGD and a zombie that has hit my radar screen as a pick, then a new letter for the Zombie Search and Rescue Mission #3.
@NewtonI don't recall having seen juniors trade at premium to fully-funded, after-tax NAV. I understand why that could be warranted in some cases (resource expanding faster than nav estimates can capture or other things not included in nav), but it still makes me uncomfortable in general. Any comments on "use of nav for pricing juniors"? Where's #JohnKaiser when you need him!
@NewtonAllow me to throw out a ticker here: $MAW. It's an old #MickeyFulp pick that had regulatory trouble in #Finland, but has pushed through to other side and is back in exploration mode. I believe #JohnKaiser also likes the company... Anyone familiar with Mawson Resources $MAW?