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  -0.025p -0.74% 3.375p 3.30p 3.45p 3.40p 3.375p 3.40p 53,682 14:36:30
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Mining 0.0 -5.7 -0.1 - 23.64

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Landore Resources Daily Update: Landore Resources is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LND. The last closing price for Landore Resources was 3.40p.
Landore Resources has a 4 week average price of 3.43p and a 12 week average price of 3.28p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.88p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.43p.
There are currently 700,488,001 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 192,036 shares. The market capitalisation of Landore Resources is £23,641,470.03.
johnsalv: Proactive Article Landore restarts drilling with a view to delivering a resource at BAM by January Share 12:54 25 Oct 2016 Landore's BAM East gold discovery is shaping up well. Now the subject of renewed drilling, a maiden resource is expected early next year Landore restarts drilling with a view to delivering a resource at BAM by January There have been several significant gold intersections at BAM East already “It’s a serious discovery,” says Bill Humphries of Landore Resources Limited (LON:LND). He’s talking about the BAM East gold prospect at the company’s long-held Junior Lake property in Ontario. Landore has been on the ground at Junior Lake for many years now and along the way has proved up nickel mineralisation in serious quantities at two separate deposits, B4-7 and the VW. But the story of the discovery of the gold mineralisation at BAM East, just 2,000 metres to the east of B4-7 is the stuff of mining fairy tale. At the end of last year, with the worst mining bear market in recent memory still wreaking havoc on junior miners, and with the nickel price especially hard hit, Landore getting ready to give up on the drill bit altogether, or at least for the foreseeable future. At that stage it was one of only two junior miners still doing any drilling work at all in Ontario which, considering Ontario is one of the great mining jurisdictions in the world is quite something to consider. But, with the nickel drilling wrapping up before Christmas, there was time for one last hole. And this one hit something different, and wholly unexpected – gold, in significant quantities. Anyone curious about the significance of this last and apparently final drill hit need only take a look at Landore’s share price performance since then. Late in January Landore hit a 10-year low of 0.51p. There was a little bit of upward drift through February and March as the mining markets in general showed renewed signs of life, but then in early April the shares suddenly leapt to just under 2p. That was when the company put out its first significant notification on the potential of BAM East. Several more have followed as, needless to say, drilling wasn’t halted after all. The shares are now at 3.3p, up more than six times since that January low, and although there’s a lot of retail on the register now, there could be more to come. Bill Humphries is under no illusions as to the significance of the discovery at BAM East. It’s not just his own long-years of experience in the mining industry, and in particular as one of the founders of Brancote Resources, the Aim market’s first great mining success stories. It’s also that other parties are beginning to show an interest in BAM too. “We’ve got a lot of people talking to us,” he says. “After we finished the first round of drilling we had people calling straight away.” There are many reasons for that. The first, straightforwardly enough, are the grades and widths. The initial announcement of the gold mineralisation at BAM East was certainly a head turner: 40.75 metres at 1.82 grams per tonne gold, with two higher grade sections of 2.25 metres at 10.28 grams per tonne and 3 metres at 5.74 grams. When drilling resumed later in the summer, Landore then hit 38.5 metres at 3.42 grams per tonne, with additional higher grade intercepts. By early September the company was reporting multiple instances of visible gold and more lengthy intercepts as the outcome of the summer campaign. Winter drilling is just getting underway now, and already the project has advanced to the stage where Humphries is talking about putting out a resource in January. “At that point I’m confident we will be in a position to do a pre-feasibility study,” he says. “It’s such a simple occurrence. This will be very easy to fast-track, because we’ve done all the work we need to move forward for the nickel lease. We’ve got permits to construct and we’ve got very supportive First Nations. We’ve done water studies, we’ve done wildlife, fishing – all of those.” What’s more, when the nickel price finally does move off its current 25-year lows, the economies of scale will suddenly become plain for both projects. “It’s the same sort of system,” says Humphries. “The crushing and milling side of things will be the same. And we’ll move on the nickel the moment the price moves up, and it doesn’t have to move up that far.” No doubt about it though, the gold has been transformational for Junior Lake, and for Landore. There’s a dearth of new gold projects out there and still plenty of mid-tiers and majors looking to replenish reserves. It doesn’t take a complicated analyst’s model to join up those dots.
stan-the-man: HM, a lot of us have been here for many years and you're right it's been frustrating to say the least! But we are where we are and hopefully we now have light at the end of the tunnel. As much as I do sympathise with Lochlea I think the gripe a lot of us have with him is the sheer relentlessness of his negativity. It's brutal and seems to be almost day after day and after every slight drop in share price. It goes well beyond a bit of healthy cynicism. One thing that concerns me is that it's very unattractive to potential new private investors who must read the BB to do some research with a view to buying and then think better of it and look elsewhere. That's my take on it but as Lochlea says, if you don't want to read his posts, which he is of course entitled to make, then filter him. Anyway with out wanting to be labelled a ramper, I sincerely do hope this is the start of exciting times for our LND. Stan
lochlea: DB In 2012 they reported they would require $50m (not $500m) capital expenditure for a "simple flotation/concentrate plant". Appreciate that was when times were better. Guess it's just the personal frustration over a decade of bullish this & that over countless "significant" discoveries whether it be nickel or gold or copper or iron ore or lithium or palladium or platinum. And "significant" turns out to nothing that creates a material change to the direction of the Company. Get the impression sometimes that they are happy with the status quo and working towards making it $3 billion in ground. ..............but that strategy will only see the share price struggle.
lochlea: DB - it's good to read some informed positive stuff. Rather than the usual ramping nonsense from everyone else on here. Nobody would like to see this ending up being a success more than me. For me, it's all about delivery. And these 2 guys in charge here seem to me to have positively promised much year in, year out since 2008-09-10 time with both nickel & gold (and other). "Significant" this and "significant" that. Even going to the trouble to de-merge some assets many moons ago. I guess I have a problem seeing them walk on water as so many here do. The same 2 guys who with the other gold play at PGD were confidently promising 5 years back 200k ozs pa - however actual production delivery fell WAY short. So much so the share price has gone from 71.5p to today at 1.5p. At a time when POG has been fairly strong too. The same 2 guys have of course long since retired from PGD having left via the back door with their heads bowed low. Let's hope we don't have a repeat here. Just a bit of balance to the ramping. Critical analysis. Call it negative if you like.
davidblack: Yep but in the end it will be about geology not MMs trying to manage the buyers and sellers. The big picture here is there is a large 43-101 approved nickel resource at Junior lake. Yes and I know that nickel is not the flavour of the month because of the price drop from $8 down to the current $4.60. So yes until it heads back above say $6? the market is not going to "Value" the asset properly. But the facts are that nickel was down as low as $3.43, so $4.60 is a 34% bounce back. May that value will start to flow back into Landore's share price? Either way I can wait. Add to that there is copper on the property, a lot of nice copper showings that were never put together drill wise. The focus was simply on the nickel when times were good. Plus a bit of "Spice" with the flavour of the month metal lithium. Not my personal favourite given it blows up and is there likely to be enough to meet volume car needs? But there are plenty of people out there who really, really like Lithium. Many see it at the heart of the next car revolution. And Landore have real grades not just sniffs, really nice drill intersections. Lastly and the thing that catches my eye is gold. Junior lake is in the middle of a giant greenstone belt. Those profiling belts are the great hunting grounds for big gold deposits all over the planet. They are the locations for some of the biggest gold mines in the world. So as to Landore's location? There is an old gold mine at Geraldton just to the east, Premier Gold are a big player building a gold mine just further along highway 11 and immediately to the east of Landore there is another junior explorer with copper zinc who have lots of gold on their property too. Sage Gold are active and have gold to the south east! The place is a very happy hunting ground. Oh and add Kodiak' Golden Mile asset into the mix too. It's a very good place to find gold. So maybe just maybe? there is a nice high grade near surface gold deposit there at Junior lake that can be developed in a cheap and cheerful way with gold backed loans. Let's say nothing too big just 0.5m ounces making profits of $200 an ounce? That would be $100m in pre tax free cash flow plus all the free infrastructure such as roads, power, permitting, accomodation etc would be in place for when nickel prices are back to normal and then the "Bigger Game" can happen. But first let's get some nice results on those pending holes, drill the strike length and then to depth. Only then when we have a 43-101 resource will we know. Till then a bit of faith is required! So I regard this one as a speculative investment but with a lot of downside protection and boy oh boy do they have a good address. DB
johnsalv: Good Morning Imperial3 A few months back we were buying LND at 0.5p - now 2.5p = 500% increase after BAM zone discovery. If Ardiden discover a decent amount of Lithium on Root Lake - Will their share price remain at 0.02 cents?
johnsalv: Imperial Lets hope Ardiden are successful with their exploration/drilling program on Root Lake, which will hopefully send the Ardiden share price higher. Why ? because LND now own 7.6 million Ardiden shares.
lochlea: Well 3 trades has prompted a 10% rise in the quoted Offer. Okay, not exactly doing cart-wheels as a consequence, but it's better than a poke in the eye with a jaggy stick whilst watching the price drop over past few days. It was the herd mentally that drove the price up so much so quickly here. With AIM stock like LND it usually means 10 buy trades to show a 15% increase in the Bid and 3 sell trades to show a 20% drop in share price (figures used for illustration purposes only). I have nowt against traders - it's all about making a descent profit on your investment, whether long or short. With a stock like LND personally I don't like to see too many traders for the reason stated. Simples. Sorry if you can't understand that rationale.
jacobengel: Tel! I thought you were in MSG after Ascent? Seriously you need to do some research guys into MSG - how many companies raise a placement at a significant premium for £540k and the share price has yet to really move.More info belowMSGSo with 680,113,582 shares in circulation and up to and including 4th April 2016 Anthony Daltrey owned 37,500,000 or 5.51%. Deborah Jane White (CEO) owned 35,439,330 or 5.21%. HBS 049 Limited owned 30,000,000 or 4.41% and David Jones owned 26,541,691MSG have just raised £540k with a placement of 54m shares at a significant premium of 1p and the shares still trade significantly below this fund raising. They also state that the money raised was from existing shareholders so it'll be interesting when an RNS is released!! It's clear from Deborah's comments deals are being finalised and even stated with the recent RNS that funds raised are going to help to close contracts. This was someone saying hoping to close deals but clearly stated "transformational news" is coming!Deborah White, CEO of Milestone commented: "As I mentioned earlier this year, our research and development phase has been completed and the raising of these funds from existing shareholders and at a premium to the existing share price, shows confidence in our business model. We are working very hard on securing some transformational deals and the funds raised today will help us bring those deals closer to a close. I look forward to updating shareholders as and when I have further news on developments."Interesting times bubbling away here!
hedgehog 100: Lochlea, Some retail shareholders might be quite relieved that the fundraising was at 2p rather than a penny, considering that for most of last week the LND share price was about 1.6p, and the trend was down. I would imagine that some (or even all) the subscribers may well have been existing large shareholders, and were willing to pay more at least partly to avoid diluting themselves so much ... and to make their previous investments look less bad.
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