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|i now think we were lucky to get 90p,NIS would be in the 20s in the current climate.|
|It must be the other Northgate.|
|Does anybody know why IC this week suggests that NIS is a good defensive investment?
Are they relisted?|
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0.215 +0.035 +19.44%
GLOVER ISLAND is one of the drivers...
Crew Gold Corp (CRU) agreed to complete a $5,000,000 drilling program over the next 4 years and $1.5 million is to be spent by October 27, 2008. It is believed that the gold potential is far in excess of 1,000,000 oz. and amenable to open pit mining. NIS management can confirm the below summary.
Brief Summary of Glover Island Gold Potential
The Glover Island Property 100% owned by New Island Resources comprises 201 mining claims covering a 16 kilometer zone of 20 gold zones mineralization. Eighty percent (80%) of the drill holes to date have mostly focused on testing only 3 of the 20 known prospects, the Lunch Pond South Extension (LPSE) and Kettle Pond South (KPS) Zones, separated by 1 km. The gold mineralization at these zones is predominantly hosted in felsite sheets up to 35 meters thick and has defined an Inferred Mineral Resource of 4.45 Mt grading over 2.0 g/t Au (over 250,000 oz of gold). These gold mineralized zones are open along strike and may be connected, thereby indicating a potential for significant tonnages over several kilometer, which may be amenable to open pit-mining methods.
The latest drilling continues to define thick, gold mineralized sections grading up to 2.3 g/t from surface, now to a new depth of 200 meters, and also high grade shoots up to 16.39 g/t. The 70 holes drilled to date at selected targets along the 8 km section of the 16 km GI Belt confirm the potential for outlining much higher tonnages of economic grades. Many untested drill targets exist along the GI Belt such as the Tomahawk Zone containing up to 22.7 g/t gold in trenches and quartz veins such as the Discovery Vein with 35 g/t over 3.8 meters.
Extensive testing along the 16 km GI Belt is required to fully evaluate the gold potential on Glover Island.
There is lot to look forward too.
|Cant recall that.|
|Hotfinance, but still beaten by Man City ;-)|
|Oops dropped my h.
Now's the time to say goobye. Now's the time to wave a sigh.LOL.
Got my money, all 51.3K of it. Although a very nice profit, not as large as I would have held out for.
However, with the current market turmoil, I rather suspect the share price would be around ankle level right now had it not been taken out. So it might have been a longer wait.
Now with the low sp's in some oversold stocks, here is yet another great chance to buy large whilst stocks are cheap.
Good to be liquid at such a time.
Good luck to all.
Godbye goodbye I'm waiving you goodbye, goodbye fa da da da :)|
Some good posts but all wasted by your last post.
Anyway Liverpool to win European Cup.
There that settles that
All the best|
|Great result by Man Utd..top of the league!!!|
|Enjoyed reading that post grlz - that's what it's all about !
I'm not Stone's biggest fan (to say the least). Good company sold short imho, but happy to take a decent profit.
Onto the next !|
|what I had left in this was settled today - good following this one. The company deserved better recognition for the strategy it had adopted, it says a lot about the current market that it took an individual private equity player to identify the potential which should have been spotted earlier by the market at large. Anyways thats the final payment on my apartment in Montreux paid - good luck guys and happy hunting in future.|
|I should receive a cheque any day now then.|
|I see I've had money paid into my account today, so that looks about it for NIS.|
|do you always ans your own q's?
Still thanks as I was about to ask anyway. :)
Just in time to take advantage of the market turmoil.|
|It will be on 19th March.|
|When is payment expected ?|
|Who here is the expert on CGT in this circumstance?
Does the LIFO rule apply?
As all the shares are being disposed of at one time, do we need to do a first in last out calculation? Or do we just taper them in chronological order?
|Pity the directors were not as clever as we thought.
Good Night All,|
|TDW customer services told me within the next 10 working days - maybe sooner|
|Hope this helps-...taken from their last announcement
It is intended that the listing of the Northgate Shares on the Official List
maintained by the UK Listing Authority and their trading on the London Stock
Exchange's main market for listed securities will be cancelled with effect from
8.00am on 7 March 2007. Northgate Shares were suspended from listing and
dealings on the London Stock Exchange at 5 pm on 4 March 2008.
Settlement of the consideration payable by NIS Acquisitions under the Scheme is
expected to be effected on or prior to 19 March 2008.
Terms defined in the Scheme Document dated 17 January 2008 have the same meaning
in this announcement. All references in this announcement to times are to London
|I've lost my Outlook diary. Please can somebody tell me when we expect to get our cheques?|