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@DJSBought more today at $0.59. I'm very surprised that it fell post-#MIF but not complaining as I came away from #MIF determined to add to my already long position. Assessed against the other companies / projects presenting at #MIF, IMO $TK was clearly in the top 3.
@EvenPrimeI might add I went to $MIF this weekend and I was extremely happy to speak with $TK management. I also was very nosy and tried my best to over hear conversations that a well known geologist was having with them. From what I gathered, that geo left impressed, which was excellent in my opinion. Im no geologist so I had a hard time understanding their convo but I am a master of body language and he left happy, then so did I ;p
@HRA-CoffinLooks like $REG will be next. I had a few people come up to me at #MIF and ask which companies they should talk to. I point to the area that had $VTT, $REG and $AMZ as a nice little grouping. "You pretty much can't go wrong if you start there"...
@HRA-Coffin$REG CEO John Black was extremely convincing at #MIF precisely because he wasn't really arm waving. Just calmly explained why they needed the agreements that took so long to negotiate before they started drilling, explained he really didn't expect to stop drilling now that he's started and that he expects a very large increase when he updates the resource in a few months and that that will be just a way station to even bigger ones going forward. I think a lot of the audience didn't know it well and left the presentation saying "WHAT did he say his resource was already? How come I never heard of this?"
@AllanListened to John Kaiser's talk at #MIF and he invited people at the show or watching to let him know you would like to be a beta-tester of his new website. He also dropped a little tidbit about how he is funding the development through a wealthy partner. I'm a beta-tester at The Share Collective, it is awesome and I would highly advise people serious about investing in the junior mining scene sign up asap to be a beta-tester. He wants users to help shape what it will be and in beta version it is a clean design and very intuitive and already awesome.
Joe Mazumdar's Update on Junior Mining at #MIFhttps://thedailygold.com/joe-mazumdars-update-on-junior-mining-at-metals-investor-forum/@JMNorthShore@TheDailyGold
Good interview. I was especially interested in Jordan's question about ASX and AIM stocks. Unless I heard wrong, I at least somewhat disagree with Joe on quarterly financials for ASX. Not only do I think #ASX-Stocks are pretty well regulated (at least the mining stocks relative to TSXV), I PREFER the way they present quarterlies to the TSXV. So I guess you don't get all the financial statements in the same way. But you DO get cash flow breakdowns, and usually an estimated spend for the following quarter.
I think it's far easier to see the 'essential' aspects of juniors via ASX filings than TSXV. But on top of that, I think it's generally easier to search ASX than TSXV.
Now AIM is a whole different story...it plain sucks compared to ASX and TSXV in terms of filing requirements and what can be searched. You can still find value with #AIM-Stocks, but it's a lot tougher to work out all the components.
But I wanted to emphasize there are clear advantages of #ASX-Stocks, and it has very rapidly become my #1 spot for value in #exploration#juniors (and this aspect very few other North American based newsletters are on this...but #ExplorationInsights certainly is).
Anyway, that's my very specific rant, and listen to the podcast for a lot more than just that! #TheDailyGold#ASX-Stocks#AIM-Stocks#mbgtrends
@MiningBookGuy@Brandon - thanks. I am guessing you are the only company to attend 121 Hong Kong, 121 London, AND #MIF. you should get an award or something for changing time zones/continents so often! $FWZ
@NewtonFor what it's worth, I talked to a few people at #MIF about $SKP. Most balked at recent run in share price. Fair enough. See comments by CEO #ShawnKhunkhun about tight float in our interview for a bit more context.
@NewtonLittle chat with Jeffrey Wilson CEO $PRG today. What a guy! Mentioned that I first talked to him at #MIF recently and was very impressed. Slowly wrapping my head around the different things the company has going on and I continue to be impressed. FWIW, the company has great site full of info that speaks volume to quality of team and approach. For example, see project page https://www.precipitategold.com/projects/dominican-republic/juan-de-herrera-project These kind of "Project" webpages can be hard to keep current but I would point out that they have done a good job doing so with mention of 2017 results. May not seem like a big deal, but it's the little things. My impression is that Juan de Herrera Project continues to evolve and potential for significant developments in understanding of project coming soon. Looking forward to watching that unfold! Regards.
@HRA-CoffinNeither were pumps MBG - they were notes to paid subscribers. While its possible they compared notes at #MIF on who they liked I don't think they are in that regular contact and surely neither of them would want to be the second one sending something out. John may have had it on his BF list already. Stuff just sort of sits there until something happens. Gwen was already following it but it seems John's piece is what moved it to 80 cents, which means people were buying it because they heard he wrote it up, rather than bought it because they read he wrote it up (if you appreciate the difference) - he wasn't telling subscribers to chase it that hard. Gwen first talked about it to subscribers a while back as well. $AZS
anonymousJohn Kaiser, Editor of Kaiser Research Online, interviews $COR Camino Minerals CEO Ken McNaughton at the May 5-6 Metals Investor Forum. $MIFhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Chzs38a-kOc+
Ken provided further insights on: ownership, “all the attributes of a World Class deposit”, Kaiser ‘s question on potential of 2 types of mining, Peru social license issue, water, which of the previous 3 presentations intrigued him, digitization of data… @JKaiser is great leading questions here.
@HRA-Coffin@Onlyflaws I think the current drill phase will get them pretty close to their goal, maybe all the way with a bit of extra meterage. Would be nice to see the two big holders of the warrants suck it up and exercise so that $VTT can expand the program if that if practical (there is camp size and other logistics to consider). The 20-30 mt would be nice. They won't get there with 13-20,000 metres I don't think. Just not enough holes. What they hope is that drilling at a couple of outside targets will generate some good intercepts and they can wave those, with surrounding geophysics, at potential buyers to show there is upside above and beyond extending the zones they are drilling now. Peter certainly seemed extremely confident when I talked to him at dinner at #MIF. Granted "Australian geologist" and "confident" tend to go hand in hand but he was spot on during the last program, hitting zones right where he said he would which was pretty impressive given the geometry.
@EvenPrimeLike I posted just after #MIF, I overheard a well known geo talking with management and there were a few tiffs but he walked away with a pretty big sh*T eating grin, so that was good enough for me in my books. They don't fully understand the geology but are focusing 100% on getting a solid handle on it. That is their stage right now. Of course the CEO hasn't even thought about building a mine there yet imo, he's gotta get a better handle of the geology. When the time comes, the CEO will make the right decision to upgrade their board to start that process. Thats my 2 cents, but Im just a newbie who likes to ease-drop ;p
@NewtonJohn Robbins' involvement should do a lot to assuage your concerns on technical side @fundamentalAnalysis. Murmurs in crowd at #MIF were that they are great projects and have been for a while. One joke was to rename Jason to Jerry!
@EvenPrimeThanks @CriticalInvestor@DanO. No, I do not have a personal interest, its more of curiosity as I grew up there so I know the proximity between mines. I had talked with @DanO at #MIF about it and he gave me a few ideas of how to go about finding the necessary information. It is a good task as it helps me get better with my due diligence. And yes, Caribou was the deepest mine in Nova Scotia and I was sure that played a pretty big part.