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BOE, BOSS RESOURCES LIMITED
blacksheep
post Posted: Dec 3 2018, 02:50 PM
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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Jun 5 2018, 09:18 PM

Might well be the "best and most realistic ASX pre-production uranium play we have identified" but shouldn't they (BW Equities) declare their involvement/vested interest in BOE? Lead manager in March 2018 CR and soon to become recipient of 10 million advisor options - approved at AGM last week
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Boss Resources (BOE)
The best and most realistic ASX pre-production uranium play we have identified is BOE. It has a low cost advanced resource targeting up to 3.2 million pounds per annum. BOE has necessary approvals in place to resume production. It has an existing modern plant, financing and proven management. Uranium prices have resumed a long term uptrend, rising 23 per cent since December 2017. BOE shares were trading at 6 cents on November 30.

http://www.thebull.com.au/premium/a/78692-...ember-2018.html
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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Jun 5 2018, 09:18 PM

AFR reporting BOE about to sell its African gold project to its Canadian joint venture partner - Taranga Gold Corp. Deal is said to be worth $10 mil. Proceeds to be applied to BOE's U project - Honeymoon
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blacksheep
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BOE getting a lot of promotion on HC and twitter

BW Equities (Ben Kay - Tolga Kumova's mate who CR many of his deals) was lead manager in the March 2018 CP - $8m at $0.04 per share - http://bwequities.com.au/transactions
Evan Cranston - is a director of BOE, mate of Tolga Kumova - both invested in similar stocks

cdchi1 - mate of Tolga Kumova and Ben Kay (his broker) and HC luv heart who promotes both their stocks, with the help of fellow "legend" and luv heart shimmer - https://twitter.com/Cdchi1

Julian Barbarczy - Regal Funds Management - seems to be involved with a number of Tolga Kumova's stocks - also appears to be a BOE fan, having recently visited the site with Ben Kay

Lot's of "interest in uranium building" "supply deficit" type stories being promoted.

An interesting read here - Commodity price optimism and the curious case of uranium - about supply deficits

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In the past I have seen investor expectations of massive supply deficits in REEs, graphite, oil, uranium, zinc, nickel, molybdenum, etc. None came to fruition.


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Expectations of supply-demand situations are often wrong. With thousands of mines of every commodity spread around the world, whose production capabilities are not fully known to the market, commodities experts consistently struggle to predict the future supply situation.

Constantly changing technologies, and substitution opportunities are just two factors that leave experts struggling to predict future demand accurately.

This situation is muddled further by marketing done by entrenched interests that profit from convincing the public about commodities going a certain way.


http://www.mining-journal.com/research/new...case-of-uranium

Time will tell if this U supply deficit will be any different to the last U supply deficit. Nonetheless, the SP has been steadily rising since the CR, and those SOF's who got in @ 4c are no doubt counting their blessings. Will they hold for the longer term, or tempted to sell to retail investors at these levels?
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maxmac
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Get on board this. Going to roar. Fantastic projects in Sweden.

Check out http://www.bossresources.com.au/

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MM

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FROM: BOSS ENERGY LIMITED (BOE)
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aitrader
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Looks like new technology will make shale oil a lot cheaper to produce.

http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/world-new...oom_480234.html

 


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MOU signed for acquisition of oil producing field (1400bbls a day): wink.gif

http://www.bossenergy.com/files/announceme...l%20(Final).pdf



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QUOTE (macrae @ Thursday 28/02/08 01:30pm)

As per previous post last year:

The company intends to use this experience to actively review and assess other acquisition opportunities in the resources sector in Australia and overseas which have the potential to add value for shareholders.

The company has now been suspended pending an acquisition after raising close to $10m in Feb. wink.gif



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macrae
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Trading halt - hope a few gathered their loyalty options.

Chart below: wub.gif

Boss placement at 40c
12:28, Tuesday, 26 February 2008

Sydney - Tuesday - February 26: (RWE Australian Business News) -
Boss Energy (ASX:BOE) has placed 2.94m shares at 40c each along with
734,375 attaching options to raise $1.18m.

Boss Energy places 17.6m shares at 40c with options
17:55, Thursday, 7 February 2008

Sydney - Thursday - February 7: (RWE Australian Business News) -
Boss Energy Ltd (ASX:BOE) has placed 17.56m shares at 40c each along
with 4.39m attaching options to investors eligible under section 708 of
the Corporation Act, to raise $7.025m.


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In reply to: macrae on Sunday 18/11/07 06:21pm

Should we expect another capital raising very soon? I am betting on it.
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