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|Thanks for the replys guys.Looking forward to April then.|
|Here's an example of a few figures.
Getting it out of the ground don't come cheap.|
|They didn't say, just to get questions in https://twitter.com/hashtag/THR?src=hash|
|Does anybody know where the List of q&a's when and will be released?|
|Cash costs and capital required would be handy too:) impossible to assess value without them/ or size of fund raise that will be needed. I've asked co for some ball park estimates, also a timeframe. Also asked about Beaufort's joint broker appointment, they have a reputation for bucket shop placings, I wouldn't like to be stiffed by one. All makes a difference to how far you chase at this stage imo.|
The largest intersect from previous wells was the old eastern hole at 17m approx. We've now had a further 50m eastern extension with the 2 new infill holes with 51m and 15m respective mineralisation. Plus a newly discovered 19m zone at Garnet. We'll have to wait for the assays and the resource upgrade thereafter to determine how much we've added to the USA's largest undeveloped tungsten asset. Mick did hint it could turn the company into a mid sized company in relatively quick time. I think he did say 2-3 years. There's several hundred million ozzie $ in Molyhil, grades at PM are several times that and its getting bigger. Mick now wants another round of drilling at PM early summer. So lots going on here over the next months, at a guess we must be within about 1-2 weeks of the assay results.
|Thor Mining - Gross NPV of just Tung in ground value
1 MTU = 10kgs (1% of a metric tonne
100 Mtu = 1 Tonne
$200 Mtu x 100 = $20,000 per tonne for Tungsten
21,000 x $20k = $420m
$420m div 1.20 fx rate = £350m
£350m / 373m shs = 94p Gross value excluding Extraction costs
Contained metal (t) 21,000 (Table 1: Pilot Mountain Resource Summary 2014 (JORC 2012), announced 10 June 2014. 100% owned by Thor Mining Plc)
I've stuck in an email so it'll be interesting if Mick gets back on those.
|Thor inviting pi questions which they'll answer in a Q&A:-
paul johnson Retweeted
Thor Mining @ThorMining 2h2 hours ago
#THR very pleased with progress. Should you have questions please tweet or email [email protected].com & we will publish a written Q & A!|
|Galileo Resources - mkt capt £20m with 196m shares in issue
they came from £1.72m mkt capt when they were under 1p back in June 2016
Value comes through at the end with AIM|
|Edgein, this one should multi bag imo. This pullback is an opportunity to build my holding here.|
Good man! Agreed, can see more accumulation between now and the assays, 2 new extension holes into Desert Scheelite and a new 19m zone at Garnet not seen before. Assays and resource upgrade on the way in the coming weeks.
Paleje, it was only about £30k warrants after these two sessions of conversion/exercise into shares. Certainly not going to 1p for that! He's just being hopeful, but slim chance with Jung and others hoovering up cheapuns.
|A few days ago and it was above 1.8p and nothing has changed.
Recent excellent news, just at a cheaper price to buy in on.|
|Buying certainly picking up into the close.|
|This drop is overdone. 1.85p peak offer on Monday to 1.15p bid today.Time to buy more and I have.Gla|
|Hadn't seen the asx mid, Ed, just the 18% drop on low volume. I agree its normal activity, just wanted to balance shwetal's prediction of 1p:)|
|Some people are going to bank profits as thats life|
Mid price on the ASX is 2.5C or 1.55p. Its just a little profit taking before the assays for Desert Scheelite and Garnet come in.
|Doubt if Beaufort's warrants would be selling at this price so maybe they know there's news out soon......or, maybe they pre sold on the recent spike and now need the shares to cover. (what, surely they wouldn't do that would they?:))
Either way *imo* the warrants aren't causing the dip it's just following ASX from last night, temporary lull.|
|I am planning to buy some more when it dips down to 1p due to the exercise of warrants.|
|You're welcome Ed. This was flagged up by a poster on another forum yesterday and I thought the RNS sounded promising, so I'm going to dip my toe in.|