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jacsar
Posted on: Jun 22 2018, 08:54 AM


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back from being on the road and missed that Arty was seriously ill. Always enjoyed his posts and views. My condolences to all his family in their sad loss...will be sorely missed by all...RIP...thanks triage for the clip
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jacsar
Posted on: Jun 9 2018, 06:35 PM


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http://allafrica.com/stories/201804250430.html
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jacsar
Posted on: Jun 9 2018, 06:30 PM


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Perhaps MNS supporters should have a look at how BKT is approaching mining in this country and note who the CEO is and his track records...the link I wanted to post wont translate but have a look at BKT anns. ...cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: May 25 2018, 11:49 PM


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perhaps people should be looking at GPX
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jacsar
Posted on: Apr 24 2018, 09:29 PM


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reckon Cudeco's shareholders will be looking forward to some healthy tax returns this year....no tax
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jacsar
Posted on: Apr 24 2018, 09:14 PM


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no probs...cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Apr 24 2018, 01:55 PM


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lol, this must be the the Cudeco of pharmaceuticals
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jacsar
Posted on: Apr 18 2018, 03:45 AM


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Hi, you have a big heart, I would be ashamed to admit that
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jacsar
Posted on: Apr 17 2018, 12:27 AM


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Or maybe somebody taking the pizz out of people as in what happened in Blue Sky Investments however in this case it reminds me of the Ozzie naming something not so grand as sump oil but spelling it with a bit of flair and a silent T....Tsumpoyle
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jacsar
Posted on: Apr 12 2018, 12:31 PM


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a blast from the past and thanks to those who gave the links for Pierpont. Here's one....You can .trust me I am a fund manager.. http://www.pierpont.com.au/article.php?You...fund-manager-83
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jacsar
Posted on: Apr 10 2018, 02:29 PM


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After reading Pip, Pip Pierpont by Trevor Sykes many moons ago I would never touch any company that had the audacity to use Blue Sky in their name as in Blue Sky Mining particularly, and especially an investment company specializing in taking money and the pizz from punters
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jacsar
Posted on: Apr 2 2018, 08:04 PM


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A fascination discussion on the effects of the Petroyuan.... .... http://palisaderadio.com/jamie-carrasco-th...ttack-will-die/ ....runs 21 min.
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jacsar
Posted on: Apr 2 2018, 08:04 PM


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A fascination discussion on the effects of the Petroyuan.... .... http://palisaderadio.com/jamie-carrasco-th...ttack-will-die/ ....runs 21 min.
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jacsar
Posted on: Apr 1 2018, 10:23 PM


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an update by D J Carmichle... Pilbara Conglomerate Gold
Novo and De Grey Mining refuelling interest in Pilbara gold....... https://3xrykok2fwe3ai4ps46fxq5p-wpengine.n...ld-DEG-NOVO.pdf
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jacsar
Posted on: Mar 9 2018, 08:05 AM


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Another view on blockchain technology..... https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentar...n-byrne-2018-03
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jacsar
Posted on: Mar 7 2018, 07:08 PM


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thanks nipper for that article...great stuff. If anyone wants the link from Saturdays Australian go here,,, https://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/inqui...55688268dbdbd92
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jacsar
Posted on: Feb 14 2018, 04:58 PM


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check
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jacsar
Posted on: Feb 8 2018, 08:42 PM


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Thanks arty for that cartoon....it says it all and is simply brilliant...cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Jan 9 2018, 12:23 PM


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Anybody else unable to access TV interviews? Contacted moderator several times but no response. Have no problems anywhere else opening and listening to to media content ...cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Dec 24 2017, 03:19 PM


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also the headlong rush to control peoples money under the guise of national security is worrying... https://wolfstreet.com/2017/12/23/next-phas...g-on-consumers/
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jacsar
Posted on: Dec 24 2017, 01:01 AM


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Here is a link to an ABC Lateline program on AI and numerous links off that...cheers....

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-08-09/arti...-future/8786962
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jacsar
Posted on: Dec 17 2017, 09:11 PM


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ah, there is a bit of sceptic in me still, one reason why I only trust a one handed economist so he can never couch his opinion by saying.... Mr Minack argued on one hand a fading housing sector and weak wages remained headwinds to the economy, while improved corporate sentiment may mean things turn out better than expected. Shall myself be a contrarian a bit longer...cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Dec 10 2017, 10:24 PM


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Hi triage, were these comments your own or from a particular article? Extremely fascinating comments anyway..cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Dec 9 2017, 05:49 PM


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even the Germans are not immune to irregularities.... Steinhoff owns Australian retailers such as Best and Less, Snooze, Freedom, Harris Scarfe and Fantastic Furniture. Banks owning these companies and the parent must be worried today about any loans they have with the Steinhoff companies. Moody’s downgrade will focus minds today.
If the parent collapses or is placed in administration, the futures of these Australian retailers will be clouded. .... http://www.sharecafe.com.au/sharecafe.asp?a=AV&ai=46837
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jacsar
Posted on: Nov 28 2017, 03:27 AM


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do you guys actually believe this stuff / chat you post on this company ?
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jacsar
Posted on: Nov 28 2017, 12:25 AM


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would be interesting to see how many outback crews/ geologists etc survive in the outback of OZ ....At moment have 1100 k range diesel...150 l fresh water in 2 tanks , one freezer, one fridge , one coffee maker for 1 l coffee in morning and not tap into mains power in excess of 2 months....but Tony Abbot wouldn't believe it
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jacsar
Posted on: Nov 27 2017, 09:38 PM


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uniden, you remind me of one of those fabled worms that when it finds a carcass will not let go...lol
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jacsar
Posted on: Nov 23 2017, 09:18 PM


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thanks triage, however those numbers must all be Oz viewers only, surely Amazon US would have multi million clicks in a month from their population...cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Nov 22 2017, 08:37 PM


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well spotted...well north of $12; and has doubled since it was half the price...lol
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jacsar
Posted on: Nov 22 2017, 08:31 PM


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Way beyond me this business...only for the bravehearts.... https://wolfstreet.com/2017/11/21/tether-cr...s-money-stolen/
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jacsar
Posted on: Oct 30 2017, 12:34 AM


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QUOTE
WA is being urged to provide subsidies and incentives to fast-charge the uptake of electric cars as part of efforts to cut vehicle emissions and tap into a looming jobs bonanza.
With countries around the world moving to phase out petrol cars in coming decades, Behyad Jafari from the Electric Vehicle Council said there was a risk WA could get left behind in the switch to electrified transport

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There are just 320 EVs on WA’s roads and barely 5000 Australia-wide but Mr Jafari said there were more than two million across the globe and sales were gathering pace as prices fell and the cars’ range increased........ although WA is naturally down due to geographical reasons MrJafari should buy a two bob calculator and he would find that OZ is holding up well against the US with its much larger population
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jacsar
Posted on: Oct 16 2017, 01:35 AM


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blacksheep, thanks for all your imput
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jacsar
Posted on: Oct 4 2017, 09:20 PM


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sorry I got his surname wrong, its Hennigh...here is a year old link explaining the theories re the conglomerate formations in the Pilbara... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-H6aV7x3hEg
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jacsar
Posted on: Oct 4 2017, 08:49 PM


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the way of thinking re gold in the Pilbara has been turned on its head by Dr Quinton Henniger of Novo Resources..it appears to be the new Witwatersrand... https://thewest.com.au/business/markets/kir...g-ng-b88616336z and Sprott is in on the action
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jacsar
Posted on: Sep 18 2017, 05:58 PM


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Altech [ATC ] starting to tick the boxes with German funding and listing coming up.
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jacsar
Posted on: Sep 18 2017, 05:51 PM


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thanks blacksheep and nipper
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jacsar
Posted on: Sep 18 2017, 12:46 PM


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Anyone following Altech Chemicals Ltd [ ATC ] ? Cant get a response from ShareScene to get it covered...cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Aug 23 2017, 04:53 AM


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Artemis has a share of the goods... https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/201...ovo-s-500-surge
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jacsar
Posted on: Jul 2 2017, 04:33 AM


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Thanks blacksheep for the great links...cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Jul 1 2017, 06:10 PM


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More importantly than over supply, where is the proprietary technology going to come from and how much will the battery designs cost, and when that is decided where are the rare earths and
materials going to come from? A lot of hot air being floated at the moment but no doubt it will happen in some form or other.
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jacsar
Posted on: Mar 30 2017, 08:42 AM


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Isn't it strange that a discussion about property suddenly morphs into visual pictures and colour comes to the fore... its not about race but inane and weak decisions that are made by govts...heard the same argument during Vietnam war when Americans where buying up our farms, then kiwi's buying up Goldcoast and elsewhere....then came the Japanese till they went bust...now the Chinese so if we are still dumb enough to have done nothing after all this time so be it...stop whinging. All we have to do is legislate certain or similar controls as they do to foreign ownership in their country.
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jacsar
Posted on: Mar 20 2017, 11:04 PM


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why all the concern about fake news?, years ago many entered University not speaking and writing english correctly, Murdoch was happy having control over journalists and more importantly editors...dumbing down of the masses leads to less critical thinking and the situation we are now in...good luck....my apology for my bad writing form as was a inatentive student
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jacsar
Posted on: Mar 17 2017, 07:57 AM


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prefer VML.. ASX myself
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Poll: Uranium
jacsar
Posted on: Mar 3 2017, 09:52 AM


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For those interested, you can't go past this little beauty... https://www.berkeleyenergia.com/investor-re...y-presentation/
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jacsar
Posted on: Feb 16 2017, 02:51 PM


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EQU doing well today, new Chairman who seems to have runs on the board and new funding in place along with great ground...cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Feb 7 2017, 10:15 PM


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very few Oz companies as a cobalt play, however came across this yesterday and it mabe of interest.... http://www.equatorresources.com.au/media/a...--273/asx27.pdf
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jacsar
Posted on: Jan 27 2017, 07:22 PM


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amazing stats, and I will have to stop bagging the USA as being broke which they technically are when all their unfunded health and super plans, State and Federal are taken into account ..however in regards to household debt we have excelled and received a bronze medal while the US came 10th... http://wolfstreet.com/2017/01/22/these-are...-in-10th-place/
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jacsar
Posted on: Jan 26 2017, 04:35 PM


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Thanks for post nipper, however I couldn't open link but found this one that would open..... http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/...atent12517.html ...will have big implications I feel...cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Jan 26 2017, 12:13 AM


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no one seems to be following BKY, in the lowest quartile of costs and locked in contracts at a great margin
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jacsar
Posted on: Jan 6 2017, 02:25 PM


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check BKY since Nov also
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jacsar
Posted on: Dec 28 2016, 12:28 AM


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Thanks , will be interesting to watch...cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Dec 27 2016, 03:35 AM


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Whats your view on Modi's actions and its ramifications for the banking system? Every ATM will have to be reprogrammed and big physical problems if note sizes change
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jacsar
Posted on: Dec 22 2016, 06:09 AM


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any similarities re constant chat on CUV and CDU ?
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jacsar
Posted on: Dec 9 2016, 10:47 AM


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RCO must be dreaming re Bowdens silver project...Kingsgate [KCN ] sold 100% to SLV.... http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20160630/pdf/4387gcly38bdg7.pdf ...cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Nov 28 2016, 05:21 PM


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surely Modi's actions will have ramifications for this company..... http://www.acting-man.com/?p=47966 ... cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Nov 12 2016, 12:37 AM


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eb, do you feel sad when listening to uplifting music from classicals 200 yrs ago? yes, it lifts you and puts you down into areas we rarely touch or talk about...such is the power of rythms and thought and music...it touches our soul
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jacsar
Posted on: Nov 11 2016, 08:24 PM


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Hi ,anyone following the uranium market should read up on BKY...time won't be wasted I feel...Am Holding , only recently entered...cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Nov 7 2016, 01:53 PM


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Northern Minerals (NTU), which last traded at 15c a share compared with a 2011 high of 80c, is pulling in $30 million from an equity injection from China's Shandong Taizhong for its Nolan's project on the Northern Territory/Western Australian border.......nipper, not sure where you got that article but they need to improve their homework and geography

Arafura Resources plans to mine neodymium and praseodymium at Nolans, near Aileron, 135 kilometres north-west of Alice Springs.
The chemical elements would then be transported to an offshore refinery for final chemical processing into high-value rare earth products, which are currently in high demand for electrical products across the world.

Arafura Northern Territory general manager Brian Fowler said the major project status was an important milestone that would assist Nolans gain its pending environmental approvals, as well as sending a positive message to potential financers of the project.

"This step in terms of major project status we believe will be an enabler going forward," he said.

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jacsar
Posted on: Aug 15 2016, 07:05 PM


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jacsar
Posted on: Aug 2 2016, 07:55 PM


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another angle to look at is an exchange traded fund on the ASX code ETPMAG. Its range this year has been $ 18.00 to $ 26.50 a gain of 47.22% ...last close $ 26.05
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jacsar
Posted on: Jul 12 2016, 07:19 PM


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Hi triage, this link has a great amount of detail as to what mining is worth along with services, manufacturing etc. Also covers every major/minor country.... http://www.tradingeconomics.com/united-kingdom/indicators ..cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Jul 10 2016, 08:32 PM


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Thanks for that ,good listening and reading...cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Jul 8 2016, 10:27 PM


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Hope a few of the punters have diversified in their choice of stocks and had a few gold/silver backups since Dec 2015
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jacsar
Posted on: Jul 8 2016, 06:47 PM


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early birds , your right, don't appologise...cheers mate
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jacsar
Posted on: Jun 7 2016, 09:03 AM


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http://www.wamfunds.com.au/Home.aspx
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jacsar
Posted on: Jun 7 2016, 08:47 AM


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Thought I had seen something about WIL but this is all I could find... http://www.wamfunds.com.au/Become-a-shareh...d-Profiles.aspx otherwise speak to them directly on +61 2 9247 6755 ...cheers jacsar

Found it...

On home page http://www.wamfunds.com.au/Home.aspx go to bottom right and click on WAM leaders IPO raises 394 million
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jacsar
Posted on: Apr 2 2016, 02:26 AM


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Great post...thanks
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jacsar
Posted on: Mar 6 2016, 09:44 PM


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Hey max, you just dont get it, do you?
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jacsar
Posted on: Feb 29 2016, 01:00 PM


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“I can see a case where US shale is the biggest supplier of oil in the world by 2020." Mark Papa, the former head of EOG Resources Oil and gas investment has collapsed from $700bn in 2014 to nearer $400bn this year. IHS estimates that planned spending by 2020 will be $1.8 trillion less than forecast two years ago, almost guaranteeing an oil shortage as global demand keeps growing by 1.2m barrels per day (b/d) each year and existing wells deplete at an annual rate of 3m b/d......perhaps in honour of his beliefs he should rename his company EGO Resources or Optimist Drilling
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jacsar
Posted on: Jan 30 2016, 03:38 PM


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You beauty, nothing but blue sky but what does William White say.... "The situation is worse than it was in 2007. Our macroeconomic ammunition to fight downturns is essentially all used up," said William White, the Swiss-based chairman of the OECD's review committee and former chief economist of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS). ..

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/finance...nk-veteran.html
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jacsar
Posted on: Jan 14 2016, 12:41 PM


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Grandad, your irrational question is immaterial as the company seems to be sitting on the deck of the Titanic and you aren't hearing the band playing Nearer My God to Thee ...wonder how many people have been driven away from sharescene listening to this spat and it's dribble.
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jacsar
Posted on: Aug 29 2015, 07:17 AM


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Barra, what is so difficult is to ascertain the truth. Here is an article telling fact on Aug 04... http://www.mauldineconomics.com/connecting...y-is-in-trouble
and then this one even with charts from the the Fed .... http://www.mauldineconomics.com/connecting...et-proctologist .The problem is so many sources of questionable repute and motive that it is almost impossible to know who to believe and conflicting arguments virtually printed at the same time. As Ned Kelly said on the gallows while being relieved of his last breath, " Such is life ". That's how many investors are thinking at the moment as their pockets are diminished by misinformation.Yet we are told the US economy is booming, what a life !! or lie.
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jacsar
Posted on: Apr 20 2015, 08:31 AM


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A link to some interesting charts to start the week..... http://www.24hgold.com/english/news-gold-s...+Maund&mk=1
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jacsar
Posted on: Apr 17 2015, 02:43 AM


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Viva La Difference... now matter how curly, how different, how bizarre, we can all learn if have an open mind that has a basis to form it's views without recriminations and vitriol....cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Mar 22 2015, 05:28 PM


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flower, also worth a look Alacer AQG listed TSX and ASX producing 2015 approx. 200k ozs.and a small amt of Cu & Au with AISC $ 775/825 , $350 M cash and no debt

http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20150225/pdf/42wv9gnq2v2k34.pdf
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jacsar
Posted on: Mar 22 2015, 12:09 AM


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Here is an interesting interview from one smart lady broaching the hazards of being at the top of the cycle and covering geo-political tensions, gold and the dilemma Janet Yellin has trying to sound like the oracle of delphi on interest rates...

http://kingworldnews.com/dr-philippa-malmgren-3-21-15/
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jacsar
Posted on: Mar 18 2015, 01:16 AM


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This article says it all... A scathing and damning review... http://davidstockmanscontracorner.com/mark...+List+PM+Monday
cheers everyone !!
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jacsar
Posted on: Mar 14 2015, 11:43 AM


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I find the last 2 paragraphs of that link... http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-03-12/n...s-gold-strategy .. of key importance as Deutsche bank has vacated its seat the London Bullion market... https://www.bullionvault.com/gold-news/gold...ation-112720141 and HSBC has just closed it's 7 vaults in London, it appears that the days of rigging are over and the London Bullion market will capitulate to the desires of Shanghai gold exchange.
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jacsar
Posted on: Mar 2 2015, 06:51 AM


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sorry slayer, missed your link and repeated same and spent a while searching for same...will teach me not to skim posts..cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Mar 1 2015, 09:45 PM


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The Age of Entitlements is truly with us and one way of explaining it is...

The Tax System Explained in Beer... https://danieljmitchell.wordpress.com/2012/...lained-in-beer/

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jacsar
Posted on: Feb 13 2015, 12:26 AM


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think the price of gold is keeping a few in here precious...settle petals and just do the trades !!
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jacsar
Posted on: Feb 6 2015, 01:58 AM


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" If you don't have a problem with an economy which is evermore becoming reliant on a residential housing building boom and a stock market that by international standards has become heavily skewed and dependant on a bloated and inward looking financial sector (which isn't even a world financial hub), whose existence relies on the continuation of such boom, against a background of already overvalued property prices by international standards and also by historically benchmarked Australian standards, then maybe I am being misleading."

Where have you been? Me thinks you did a double degree and besides healing did a bit of forensic work in undertaking, I like your work...
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jacsar
Posted on: Feb 4 2015, 11:01 PM


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"Oil and natural gas companies are straining for solutions before cuts in credit lines and increases in lending rates hit home in April, when banks re-price the collateral used to secure revolving credit lines". They will then need to get all the help they can get from the Phoenician god of healing !!
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jacsar
Posted on: Jan 15 2015, 08:33 AM


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New Ann.... http://www.syrahresources.com.au/site/Defa...d+final+1-14-15
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jacsar
Posted on: Dec 12 2014, 05:28 PM


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talk about the foxes being in charge of the hen house and the Fed... if in doubt check this link and who they are... http://www.globalresearch.ca/who-owns-the-...l-reserve/10489
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jacsar
Posted on: Dec 9 2014, 02:31 PM


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Re oil black swans, a couple of articles highlighting problems.... http://www.cnbc.com/id/102223823?trknav=homestack:topnews:1 and this article was written when oil was US 80/barrel... http://dollarcollapse.com/credit-bubble-2/...oil-junk-bonds/


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jacsar
Posted on: Nov 27 2014, 05:58 PM


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No longer hold but came across this article which is interesting in the view of overseas eyes and exposure....

http://www.theaureport.com/pub/co/6084?utm...+final+11-24-14 ..cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Nov 1 2014, 08:26 PM


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just came across this..some interesting figures... http://www.mineweb.com/mineweb/content/en/...4&sn=Detail ...cheers and remember to buy straw hats in winter
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jacsar
Posted on: Sep 11 2014, 01:14 PM


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Thanks for the link, Mick as was looking for something like this...cheers jacsar
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jacsar
Posted on: Aug 30 2014, 11:26 AM


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Also this free subscription link has great articles and commentary covering markets, politics and monetary cycles.... http://www.caseyresearch.com/gsd/edition/r...u.k.-and-canada ...quite a broad church
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jacsar
Posted on: Aug 30 2014, 11:00 AM


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More fuel for the fire... http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-08-28/b...w-running-fumes
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jacsar
Posted on: Aug 17 2014, 05:32 PM


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Graphite report sheds light on importance of flake size in ASX plays


worth a look.... http://www.indmin.com/Article/3371425/Grap...-ASX-plays.html ..cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Aug 16 2014, 06:13 PM


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<h1 id="mw_article_headline">Surprises galore in potash and uranium - Epstein </h1>
http://www.mineweb.com/mineweb/content/en/...0&sn=Detail

Also.... http://www.theenergyreport.com/pub/na/16199 ...
<h2 class="articleTitle">David Sadowski: Are You Ready for Upward Pressure on Uranium Prices?</h2>
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A breakthrough in vanadium use in storage batteries that has implications for SYR...

http://oilprice.com/Alternative-Energy/Ren...ap-Forward.html
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link... http://anatoliaenergy.com.au/ and look for the 16 July presentation
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For the uranium folk out there, have a look at this presentation and the skill sets of board and management.

Mr Paul Cronin of Anatolia Energy Limited will be making a presentation at 2.20pm on 16th July to the Australian Uranium Conference which is currently being held in Perth, Western Australia.
A copy of the presentation will be lodged separately on the ASX platform following this advisory notice. The presentation can also be accessed via the Company’s website at www.anatoliaenergy.com.au

cheers all, uranium's cycle is soon to restart
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Another article showing the interest... http://resourceinvestingnews.com/73005-tri...mozambique.html
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Who would you suggest that is a bigger player than Glencore? A bit more on vanadium...

http://resourceinvestingnews.com/73082-lar...at-maracas.html

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Hi flower, came across this David Stockland site in the last week and can't remember where. So if it was on sharescene thanks to the unknown poster. Has a lot of links and interesting discussion....

http://davidstockmanscontracorner.com/cali...+List+AM+Monday
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They will need to do well to catch up, on WCL....

It lost money from the collapse of Sichuan Hanlong Group's bid to take over Australia's Sundance Resources Ltd. (SDL) The deal broke after Liu Han, the billionaire chairman of closely held Hanlong, was reported by China's Shanghai Securities News to have been unexpectedly detained with his wife in China in March.

Senrigan Master Fund lost 14 percent in the first half, according to a performance update sent to investors last month. Without the Sundance investment, it would have generated a 5 percent return in the six months, it said in the document.

The fund lost 3 percent in June, with 2 percentage points attributable to a Sundance-related markdown on what the document described as a general sell-off in Australia before the end of the tax year, it said.
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The big investors got in at higher prices and are apparently happy knowing that shortages are building.

Kasbah Resources Limited (Kasbah, ASX: KAS) is pleased to announce that Toyota Tsusho Corporation (TTC) has completed its acquisition of a 20% interest in the Achmmach Tin Project in Morocco.
TTC has paid $16M to Kasbah since 2012 and with this final payment of $1.2M takes TTC’s total project level investment to approximately $17.2M.
With TTC earning its 20% interest in the Joint Venture (JV), the JV interests become Kasbah 75%, TTC 20% and Nittetsu Mining 5% with all Project expenditure from this point split on this basis.
Kasbah is the manager and operator of the Achmmach JV.
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thanks arty...some further info... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volcanogenic_...ide_ore_deposit
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Hi triage, saw this snippet this morning and smiled when thinking of the elephant as TA or FA in regard to peoples views...such is the human race.

In his book, The Psychology of Science (1966), Abraham Maslow famously wrote: "I suppose it is tempting, if the only tool you have is a hammer, to treat everything as if it were a nail."

The sentiment wasn't new, but this became known as Maslow's Hammer, and it's used to describe the law of the instrument. That is, the over-reliance on a familiar tool.

Maslow's basic idea was that we tend to see the world through our own history and perspective, desperately trying to reduce all information to bits we can understand in our own frameworks.

While Maslow was pointing out the flaws of modern scientists as they tried to describe how the human brain works through physical explanations of composition and physiology, his basic premise can be traced back to a parable from India that discusses blind men and an elephant.

Each man touches the elephant in one spot — the trunk, the tail, the belly, etc. — and comes away with a different description of the creature. Every man is both right and wrong at the same time. All of them failed to see the entire elephant, and none accepted the points of view of the others.

All of this comes to mind as I read different takes on the current state of the economy and the markets.
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re all inclusive production costs /tonne....
Even if an iron ore price rout occurred, Rio and BHP would be survivors. Their all-in break-even prices are just over $US40 a tonne.

The self-described Australian ''third force'', Fortescue, has also improved its defences after almost being derailed by a slump in the iron ore price to $US86.70 in September 2012. It has cut its debt load and added lower-cost production to pull its break-even price down from $US103 a tonne last year to an expected $US83 a tonne this year, and an expected $US73 a tonne in 2015.


Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/business/iron-giants...l#ixzz32D1qh5Gn


Hope this helps...cheers jacsar
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Doubts on where China is heading...
<h1 id="page-title" class="page-title">Alarm bells are ringing on China's property bubble</h1>
http://www.businessspectator.com.au/articl...kgb&modapt=
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Scientists make graphene in a kitchen.... http://www.smh.com.au/technology/sci-tech/...zc3514iavb5lws3
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forgot to say very informative post, triage....thanks
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from the Alaska despatch link... A traditional LNG project involves development of gas fields, pipelines, a liquefaction plant, storage tanks, a shipping terminal and tankers, as well as regasification terminals to receive the LNG -- a coordinated value chain developed in unison.

But for many U.S. export projects, much of this value chain exists already. The project's core undertaking is just the liquefaction plant, a much smaller investment, and, in part because it's smaller, one that allows newer kinds of companies into the business than the government and international oil companies that have dominated the business. The LNG plant merely would provide a service to the resource owner — processing, storing and shipping the gas; it would never take ownership of the gas, avoiding the risks of commodity prices.

This is what Aussie firm LNG Ltd is doing at Lake Charles, Louisiana and is reflected in its share price since Feb as certain milestones are met and boxes ticked...still more upside to come. Bye, bye Fisherman's Landing
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Flower, to me the fundamental reason is that since Dec the iron ore price has fallen 24% and coupled with the news from China is explained in the 1st 4.5 min of this link from last night... http://iview.abc.net.au/programs/business/...H017S00#playing along with this link re China playing the divide and conquer game which the Japanese did so artfully in the early '70's with coal till BHP & RIO finally clawed back pricing control... http://mobile.businessweek.com/news/2014-0...bal-market-glut ...cheers
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One little company that's skating under the radar is PGI ..Panterra Gold. It seems to be over its teething problems using the Albion process and with have one of the cheapest all in costs of gold production...worth a look..cheers
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old as in being printed 31 Jan 2014... https://bdaily.co.uk/finance/31-01-2014/chi...-opportunities/
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check where markets are, producing mines are and proximity to markets, canada is the biggest threat... free site which might help in parts.... http://www.techmetalsresearch.com/ ..cheers
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annaliese, I dont hold this stock, but may I say am impressed with your explanation re being let down by certain people..very refreshing as not many would be so frank...cheers and a great year for you.
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Sorry, did not read your post correctly, however for the short time that they live at home and not pay the bills will suddenly give them a sense of values as to want they want and whether they are prepared to pay for it compared to their IT needs...maybe the day of renters who prefer to pay for totally interconnecteness will not not want to buy but be totally free...cheers
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Perhaps with the bad economy and baby boomers being forced to sell good assets way below valued could be just the saviour of up and coming baby boomers childrens dreams...am told by the new generation to get with it though, however I think they have outsmarted themselves by believing in the Bernake & Yellen dream...go gold for some of the slow old pharts
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Mookie, perhaps carping could also be added to you adjectives...cheers
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Seems to me many accepatble paths have been around but after WW2 USA because of soviet/cold war paranoia determined they should go the route they took...cheap thorium extraction/non weapons grade route ignored...also chinese are working on S African tech which they ran out of money on I believe is.... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pebble_bed_reactor ..... interesting topic...cheers
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This is from a British author who has another take.....
DEMOCRACY and the Illusion of Freedom

The financial crisis has given the general population a window into the reality of the system of slavery that exists in the west to the extent that the bankster elite rule the country and not the politicians who in large part are nothing more than propaganda servants in the service of their elite masters whom they hope to eventually join the ranks of on leaving office.

This is why instead of holding the bankster criminal elite to account the politicians have in action rather than rhetoric gone out if their way to protect their masters, which means in Britain no bankster’s have even been charged with a crime let alone gone to prison, instead they have ALL been BAILED OUT to UNLIMITED extent by ordinary tax payers, by the SLAVES who work for the elites in their factories, offices and retail outlets.

So all that happens each time a new bankster elite fraud is revealed is that the UK Treasury and Bank of England step forward to bail out the banks with ever escalating amounts of tax payer monies all the whilst deploying mainstream media smoke and mirrors to hide the extent of the bailouts, as exampled by the mis-selling scandals with another scandal revealed virtually every other month such as PPI mis-selling and the tens of billions that will need to be paid out as compensation for the LIBOR price fixing fraud, whilst the Bank of England’s brethren continue to bank billions in bonuses on the basis of fictitious taxed wage slaves funded profits.

http://howestreet.com/2013/10/the-illusion...=Weekly%2BRecap


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Interesting comparision between NST / PRU... shares fully diluted, market/cap, debt, cash in bank, and ozs produced...while having a schooner of black..cheers
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Came across this article which I found interesting.... U.S. Treasury “Firm Believers In Gold", Will Not Sell Even To Avoid Default.... http://news.goldseek.com/GoldSeek/1381406400.php
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Thanks Mr Muzz, was out the other night and missed it. A brilliant interview...
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Hi nipper, pity that author didn't check up that using google chrome as a backup has its faults...hacking will be always with us unfortunately... http://www.huffingtonpost.com/paul-everton..._b_3641842.html
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Thanks kahuna 1..a fascinating read.
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Keep up to date for free and save time in endless speculation.... http://www.superguide.com.au/newsletter/su...UB0cGcuY29tLmF1 ..cheers
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Poll: Politics
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the weasel with no ticker sat in the theatre of the absurd....
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Two more links covering the volatility... http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN...g_Reported.html

This was the ist one... http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN...y_%26_Gold.html
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Hi Flower, this could be put on any number of links but what the good Dr has to say is relevant overall to the big picture, currencies, gold and to what is happening in Euroland and Cyprus...to my mind its well worth a listen if you can get past Kings annoying intro... http://www.kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews...ig_Roberts.html .... cheers...was a good follow on after watching 4 Corners Monday night on the Banks Too Big To Bail and Bankters Too Big To Jail.
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diana, 70% owned by institutions and high net worth individuals
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flower, I always look for references to John Williams http://www.shadowstats.com/ who peels away the figures as one does an onion..... Dollar Sell Off Within 4 Months-John Williams... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8kBDUw45uY

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shadowstats.com sorry had a hickup there in posting...jacsar
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flower, I always look for references to John Williams http://www.shadowstats.com/ who peels away the figures as one does an onion..... <h1 style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px; border: 0px currentColor; color: rgb(0, 0, 0); text-transform: none; line-height: normal; text-indent: 0px; letter-spacing: normal; overflow: hidden; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 19px; font-style: normal; font-variant: normal; word-spacing: 0px; white-space: nowrap; word-wrap: normal; text-overflow: ellipsis; background-color: transparent; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px;" id="watch-headline-title">Dollar Sell Off Within 4 Months-John Williams... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8kBDUw45uY



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shadowstats.com</h1>
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The only reference I can see is to Arrow which is now part of a consortium on Curtis island and not Fishermans landing which is on the mainland and wholly owned by LNG
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Wait till we see who buys into LNC's Arckaringa shale play now that Dr Kent Moor is pushing it
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Will be interesting to see how LNC goes today after the 30 min. spiel about the Arkaringa Basin by Dr Kent Moors the big US oil guy... http://moneymappress.com/pro/ECLAus795Shor...p?code=EECLP235 ...have a feeling will be a big day, cheers all
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Thanks for the post, however USA may become self suffient very quickly and I think we will see a self provisiong of strategics assets come to the fore. At same time many may think oil is plenty but dont factor in production costs let alone enviromental costs for domestic potable water and for farming. I think the prices for oil/gas are irevocably about to rise ...cheers
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Not entirely a new concept, been done in different ways, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faberg%C3%A9_egg precious metals always used in exotic ways in art by those with large access to money
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Duster, this may interest you if like me you have always held some gold shares over the last 20 yrs or so..always have some hiding in my back pocket... http://www.safehaven.com/article/28798/gol...lting-essential ...cheers
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Many points of view... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perception

Reality... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reality
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A political update for anyone interested, Kyrgyzstan threatens to cancel Centerra's Kumtor gold deal.... http://www.mineweb.com/mineweb/content/en/...4&sn=Detail ..cheers
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2 quotes I love..." There is something tragi-comic about the way most investors hang on to the Fed’s every word, as if they were gods instead of what they really are which is an elite racket who have painted themselves into a corner after years of malfeasance " and " In a free society each and every trader should have the right to sell at the bottom" ...Clive P Maund 05/01/13
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May I suggest reading up on LNC which has many strings to its bow..cheers
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obviously did not take the time to read the feasibility study and missed the whole point of my post anyway..also its open pit...Project Description
The proposed development of the Bissett Creek graphite deposit includes the construction of an open pit mine,
a 2,300tpd flotation processing plant based on 92% availability, a natural gas fueled power generating plant
and associated infrastructure. The processing plant will consist of conventional crushing, grinding and flotation
circuits followed by concentrate drying and screening. The Company plans to build a natural gas pipeline to the
site from the main Trans Canada line which is approximately 15 kms away. The natural gas will fuel five
1.0 MW-generators to produce electrical power and waste heat from the generators will be used to dry the
concentrate. This will result in low overall energy costs. Heaps more there to read ..however I read with amusement your acid comments on many shares and now take your comments with more than a grain of salt..I enjoy your postings though rolleyes.gif ..cheers
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Wishing everyone the compliments of the season and a healthy and prosperous New Year. Came across this article which I found very interesting and will use as a benchmark of what Syrah has to compete with in terms of infrastucture, closeness to markets, value adding and time frame in coming to production. Size is not always the best attribute as many factors make a company..cheers all


http://seekingalpha.com/article/1079651-wh...-time-to-invest
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Here is an article with associated links on the economy and political state of play in Kyrgyzstan ...... http://www.mineweb.com/mineweb/content/en/...3&sn=Detail ...cheers
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sounds au revolting this investing life..go PCL
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Who Will Fill the 24 Million Pound Uranium Supply Gap?: David Talbot
TICKERS: AREVA, BHP; BHPLF, CCO; CCJ, DML; DNN, EFR, FIS; FSSIF, KIV, PDN, RIO; RTPPF, UWE; OTCQX, UEX, URE; URG, UUU

Source: Zig Lambo of The Energy Report (8/14/12)... http://www.theenergyreport.com/pub/na/1412...2012%2014:51:57

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On low cost which has just started producing I like PGI and although not low cost but showing great potential and just ann. a small dividend is NST...cheers
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very fav writeups o/seas and good interest on canadian board
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A further political update of the politics of Kyrgyzstan.... http://www.stratfor.com/weekly/militancy-c...148d7012b6fc2d9
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Now there is a novel thought, might be better to go higher and involve the World Bank and the International Humanitarian Fund and the World Council For Overpopulation who I am sure would be interested in keeping down the worlds population with another subsidy and employing a few more people in this vital industry.
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Gee, I like these posts...so much testosterone flavoured comments...wonder how thick the callouses are!!!
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An update on politics and how others view the scene in Kyrgyzstan.... Gold Fields to become sole owner of Kyrgyzstan project .... http://www.miningweekly.com/article/gold-f...ject-2012-07-17 cheers all
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Latest from Der Spiegel shows the latest cracks.... Objective analysis, or media spin to gauge popular reaction to Plan Z? Whatever it is, today's staff lead article in the English section of Spiegel has a piece that will likely raise more than a few eyebrows: "The common currency union was supposed to benefit the economy of the entire European Union. Now that the euro is struggling, however, it is bringing growth down with it. Germany's economy, once seemingly immune to the crisis, is now facing mounting difficulties."

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/germany-rumb...-german-economy
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well spoken, nohoper
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More background into the workings of the Kyrgyzstan govt..
Centerra Disagrees With Kyrgyz Kumtor Report
Friday, June 22, 2012 10:58 AM ... http://www.kitco.com/reports/KitcoNews20120622_MM.html

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would be carefull re merchant wankers as we are in last stages of a collapse world wide..thats why I keep topping up in gold when they get upbeat..cheers
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This is the problem of trying to mine in the " stans " as they still haven't come to terms with independence since the USSR broke up, so establishing law and order will only come slowly similar to the the arab world and Afghanistan.
Gold Fields seeks accord with Kyrgyz villagers
Fri Jun 1, 2012 2:01pm GMT ... http://af.reuters.com/article/metalsNews/i...lBrandChannel=0
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You wouldn't be Craig Thompsons mate by the way and got a freebie...really waxing lyrical at its charms and endowments...however would need a sponsored credit card to attend and enjoy...cheers
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Ever thought you were illegally distributing copyright, melua ?
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Always do your own research....I nearly fell out of mychair laughing whenI heard RWD was exploring around Lake Disapointment. So aptly named and so far from the coast and in real desert conditions it would be totally uneconomic. Went along the Canning Stock route about 3 yrs ago and is one of the most isolated areas in Oz and certainly dont believe garbage like this link... http://maps.bonzle.com/c/a?a=p&p=61638&cmd=sp whatever you do dont waste your hard earned money..also no one lives in the surrounding areas not even our black brothers..cheers
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watched him recently, a very compelling speaker in the flesh..brilliant..
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kahuna1, take care..you will be missed and best wishes for the next part of the journey..thanks again..jacsar
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just google may '68.... The May 1968 protest refers to a particular period in French history. It was historically significant for being the first wildcat general strike ever,[1] and for being the largest general strike ever, bringing the economy of an advanced industrial country to a virtual standstill.[1] It commenced with a series of student occupation protests. The strike involved 11,000,000 workers, over 22% of the total population of France at the time, for a continuous two weeks,[1] and its impact was such that it almost caused the collapse of President Charles de Gaulle's government. In staging wildcat strikes, the movement contrasted with the trade unions and the French Communist Party (then "Parti Communiste", and since rebranded "Parti Communiste Français", or PCF), which began to side with the de Gaulle government.[1]

It began as a long series of student strikes that broke out at a number of universities and lycées in Paris, following confrontations with university administrators and the police. The de Gaulle administration's attempts to quell those strikes by police action only inflamed the situation further, leading to street battles with the police in the Latin Quarter, followed by a general strike by students and strikes throughout France by eleven million French workers, roughly two-thirds of the French workforce. The protests reached such a point that government leaders feared civil war or revolution. De Gaulle fled to a French military base in Germany, where he created a military operations headquarters to deal with the unrest, dissolved the National Assembly, and called for new parliamentary elections for 23 June 1968.
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Posted on: May 7 2012, 02:33 AM


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Beautifully put triage...may it come soon and the right people make the decision , but I doubt it
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jacsar
Posted on: Apr 29 2012, 03:53 PM


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Just have had a look at that index and fired an email off to KPMG..what a load of codswallop...asked them why on the Change Readiness Index Syria comes in at 14 when it is going through a protracted civil and religious war run by a dictator and is ahead of Thailand and Indonesia and the Phillipines when it should be vying with Zimbabwe at the bottom. Wouldn't worrying about Mozambique too much and perhaps they should just stick to auditing and accountancy ... garbage in garbage out....cheers
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Posted on: Apr 27 2012, 03:37 PM


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Was reading the argy bargy and went back to check a couple of comments and the posts were pulled..Tis a dangerous game when things get personal in a public forum..good luck kahuna1 and look forward to your future posts.....cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Apr 27 2012, 02:23 AM


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Am very time poor, so each to their own, have many in family who pay 10% + for real estate management and then have bad experiences..am happy to pay a fee less than 1% and have all compliances met and no meetings with auditors and the like....cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Apr 20 2012, 03:16 AM


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Would have thought its the ruling family trying to squirel away a bit of loot as they see the writing on the wall or their heads on the pike...may they go badly
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Posted on: Apr 16 2012, 11:52 AM


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Now some might take the time ro read and understand just how far LNC has come in the last 9 mths...grossly undervalued...am looking fwd to an exciting 12 mths.
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Posted on: Apr 12 2012, 09:08 PM


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This link gives an explanation of the momo crowd... http://www.investopedia.com/articles/forex...minute-momo.asp .. cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Apr 8 2012, 02:01 AM


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re Dart we are in the hands of the punters, they might like that but we are not untill they they insure the INVESTORS that we are going somewhere that is viable worthy and prudent...everyone is allowed their choice...!!! so vote, scream do what ever!!
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Posted on: Apr 3 2012, 03:29 PM


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Here is a link to use for comparison purposes re the state of play in politics , commisioning, approvals and costings
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http://www.manasresources.com/aurora/asset...20DFS%20(2).pdf

cheers all.
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Posted on: Mar 28 2012, 02:46 AM


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An update on what is happening in the Kyrgyz Republic ....Kumtor gold mine ice flows chill Centerra 2012 forecast
Centerra Gold, which has withstood civil unrest, labor strife, and the resignation of its chief executive, now faces a new challenge-Mother Nature...... http://www.mineweb.com/mineweb/view/minewe...&pid=110649 ...cheers
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Thanks dayz, just finished listening to the link, very thought provoking....however was surprised that she never mentioned geothermal power when talking about NZ's dependence on imported fuel but mentioned wind and hydro...great listen though...jacsar
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Posted on: Mar 22 2012, 12:42 AM


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G'day Barra, surprised that there is not a mention of Blue Energy BUL, surely someone must be running the ruler over them and they they have a SPP that also closes 05/04/12...thanks to all for imput...jacsar
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Posted on: Mar 11 2012, 06:34 PM


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Thanks for the list...AZM is also well worth a look along with KGL and MML ..cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Mar 4 2012, 01:42 PM


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Another site is http://www.dividendtrader.com.au/ ...cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Mar 3 2012, 10:06 PM


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am always mystified why charts appear in the actual thread but dont appear in the last 25 thread..also will not let me select my avatar
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Posted on: Mar 3 2012, 08:45 PM


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Am happy to hold producing, near producing and some explorers as during the 1930's when gold was confiscated companies like Homestake and their shareholders by the end of the depression had done extraordinarily well...cheers..way better than banks, lol
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Posted on: Feb 28 2012, 06:51 PM


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For those watching with baited breath the outcome for mining approval to finally go ahead, another company is in the same position and they released an update today on how they were proceeding.... http://www.manasresources.com/ ..cheers all
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Posted on: Feb 19 2012, 02:43 PM


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Thanks chuk, another post to show implications of politics... let alone states in OZ re uranium mining.... As part of the EU, Slovakia is one of the few countries with a significant rate of gross domestic product growth projected for 2012. If this is an old mine, why has it taken until now for a company to bring it to market?

RW: Remember that Slovakia was under a Communist regime for some time. There was no capitalization or major investment there for many years. Once it joined the EU, there was a lot of consumer and commercial growth. Mining usually comes later. Someone had to buy the property, get control of it, lay out budgets and get ready to mine. That does not happen very quickly. So it has been a question of politics, of growth and of getting a company in there that knows what it is doing to make it work.

TGR: Again, there could be permitting issues.

RW: Permits are always a risk, but the impression I have is that it is located in a mining-friendly region.
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Posted on: Feb 19 2012, 04:00 AM


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after reading these articles KGL still has great prospects even without Andash...


http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN...ver_%24166.html

http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN..._Next_Week.html
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Posted on: Feb 19 2012, 12:29 AM


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Definitely for the patient, as what KGL is experiencing is just part of a wider problem in a country still trying to exit a soviet mindset.


Strikes at Kumtor mine take a toll on Kyrgyzstan's economy

2012-FEB-15
Kyrgyzstan's economy is being hurt by strike activities at its largest mine. Ever since it started operating in 1996, local supporters and opponents of the Kumtor mine have not been able to reconcile their disagreements. Now the country's government is trying to end these strikes by negotiating with the miners' union, in the hope that Centerra Gold – the Canadian company operating Kumtor – might restart gold production as soon as possible.

Production at the mine has been on hold since February 6, and Kyrgyzstan's economy is suffering the consequences. Last year the Canadian mining company Centerra Gold contributed 11.7% to the country's GDP. Furthermore, in 2011 production at Kumtor accounted for 26.1% of Kyrgyzstan's industrial output. The dispute is escalating, and the government is urging striking workers to find a quick solution to the problems. The government in Bischkek cannot remain passive, as it depends heavily on the licensing fees and tax revenues from the mine.

Ever since the mine started operating in 1996, supporters and opponents of the mine have been in constant dispute. Opponents among local residents have repeatedly focused on the environmental damage done by the mine. However, the government relies heavily on tax proceeds from Kumtor to finance its expenses. Thus, an escalation of striking activities among mine workers is not in the government's interest.

According to Centerra Gold's management, the mine still has enough extracted ore to keep operating its stone mill. Unless some quick solution enables the mine to restart its operations, the drop in industrial production and the losses in licensing fees and tax revenues could take a strong toll on the country's economy. Despite this hickup, experts believe that Kyrgyzstan has great gold mining potential.

Tags: commodities, gold investment, miningAuthor: Roman Baudzus

http://www.goldmoney.com/gold-research/rom...2012-newsletter

cheers all, thanks to all the number crunchers, will hold my original l/t parcel...jacsar
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Posted on: Feb 16 2012, 12:50 AM


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Shame it takes the Italians to show us the way of penalising incompetent and lying board members and executives and sending them to the clink... http://www.presseurop.eu/en/content/news-b...ruling-asbestos
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Posted on: Feb 14 2012, 01:49 PM


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anyone curious that these figures move...after all its the biggest freeze for a long time and plants shut down...
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Posted on: Feb 14 2012, 03:20 AM


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what happens if all become a contrarian, the wolf becomes the chicken?
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Posted on: Jan 7 2012, 04:39 PM


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Why Has Gold Been Down? ...

http://www.theaureport.com/pub/na/12206

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jacsar
Posted on: Nov 13 2011, 05:46 PM


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Dont change flower, also I remember Bruce Resources that became Pan Aust..PNA ...fond memories...cheers
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Posted on: Oct 25 2011, 01:14 AM


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I've never been to that part of Zhejiang but I've had lengthy conversations with a few Wenzhou entrepreneurs. They are like nothing you would ever come across in business in Australia.


Am curious as to what is the outcome of your thinking...cheers
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Posted on: Oct 2 2011, 01:50 AM


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I get the weekly free edition of US Global Investors alert run by Frank Holmes which provides a balance to general news...also a link there to a earlier Sep webcast on a case for investing for gold..has about 60 charts and facinating comments.... http://www.usfunds.com/investor-resources/...ECTION-DETECTED ...cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Sep 23 2011, 10:01 PM


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With all the prevailing irrational pessimism occuring at the moment am a relaxed holder of my gold shares which by far have a long way to fall before I worry...cheers all, time in the market can be a healer or a real squeeler
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Posted on: Sep 21 2011, 11:06 AM


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Arty, many thanks for that...brings back memories when we camped between Mt Magnet and Sandstone 2 yrs ago and were surprised that the road had been newly tarred as we were expecting dirt...cant wait to get back to the goldfields...cheers

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jacsar
Posted on: Sep 18 2011, 03:15 AM


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Interesting times, have always had/held gold since Harry Browne in the seventies, sadly lent his book which didn't rebound, now I just sit on my gold shares and let dumb govts. take their course...history revolves, as smart people die and new ones become dumber till the next cycle evolves...thats life and its not always sanyo...cheers
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Posted on: Sep 13 2011, 09:53 PM


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Time to raise the curtain, have a look at Vale's capesized vessells in last week or so...certain relevancies what once were the norm are suss.. not always is the eye in the head of the beholder..cheers

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Posted on: Aug 31 2011, 05:16 AM


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the key thing is always to keep in balance in the mantra of supply and demand is the forgotten word ..consumption ...take care
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Posted on: Aug 29 2011, 08:57 PM


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Would rather believe that gold ,silver and some strategic commodities will increase over time with pull backs, naturally and US dollar and Euro etc will badly falter with sovereign debt issues...will still hold my precious metals and shares..cheers
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jacsar
Posted on: Aug 20 2011, 03:30 AM


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melua, why do you even bother with this or any stock ? http://www.ogj.com/articles/2011/08/alaska...lEDAugust182011 your posts are the equiv of self molestation...by the way I never have held this stock.
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Posted on: Aug 8 2011, 03:34 PM


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flower, have held my gold shares after going to 65% cash in early May...the w/end was enough for me to open the walllet and let some moths out and bought more gold shares as 2000 bucks/oz wont be that far off in the distance...arise of approx 17.5%...cheers
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Posted on: Jul 1 2011, 04:18 AM


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Thanks mihal, brilliant detail as always...cheers and happy birthday for new financial year...jacsar
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Dont get too excited lads & lassies...read preceeding anns re litigation..the 6 million should cover it however very little I suspect will go into exploration....Matthews Capital have hit the jackpot and are laughing all the way to the bank...cheers
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