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Eagle Eye Solutions Group Plc LSE:EYE London Ordinary Share GB00BKF1YD83 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  15.00 2.88% 535.00 525.00 545.00 535.00 520.00 520.00 15,474 11:19:12
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Software & Computer Services 20.4 -0.3 -1.8 - 140

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16/5/2007
16:10
On the plus market, does anyone know recent events?
herbertboy
11/5/2007
22:31
EWR and CGG both up tonight.CGG at its highest for a year!
camelot5
08/5/2007
12:21
Just in case some on this thread aren't aware, there is another ADVFN thread covering Eyeconomy here:- (this link starts at today's posts) http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=10831720&from=202
tiktakk
04/5/2007
18:03
An excellent end to the week for EYE!
camelot5
29/4/2007
07:58
Oh well better luck next time, anyone know how to delete a thread
5dally
29/4/2007
07:57
I lke to see the charts, I hope this works
5dally
27/4/2007
16:50
Good call BM ... LOL
the big fella
27/4/2007
11:59
Buy recommendation in this months AIM & PLUS Newsletter + plus a very nice write up: Eyeconomy BUY EYE £3.4m 23.5p PLUS Eyeconomy Holdings is a PLuS Markets tiddler run by serial entrepreneur Paul McGroary. It once owned a successful online advertising agency, which created innovative pop out ad designs for household names and now trades as part of AIM listed Media Corp. After selling up the Eyeconomy Limited business, McGroary took his cash shell and aimed it at the mining sector, where he has scooped up an interesting copper-zinc discovery in Canada. The flagship asset is a 50% stake in the Marshall Lake project located 310km north of Thunder Bay in Ontario. The 43-square-mile property contains a series of high grade, near surface copper-zinc inferred mineral resources. The project is currently being developed with the aim of building up these ore resources and bringing the property into open pit production at the earliest opportunity. The area was explored between 1954 and 1996 by BHP Billiton and ExxonMobil among others, leading to a series of historic high grade discoveries. It became accessible after 2000 when new all-weather roads were put in by logging operators, which now enables access for heavy digging equipment, modern geophysical tools and significantly reduced exploration costs. Nine prospective zones have been identified at Marshall Lake, of which two are especially noteworthy. The first comprises a high grade 1.17-million-tonne deposit of 0.82% copper, 2.71% zinc, 1.77 ounces silver and 0.006 ounces gold. This was discovered by BHP in the 1970s, but it was soon abandoned when it couldn't obtain the surrounding licence areas and, besides, it had a significantly larger project up north to attend to. The oil boom followed and Marshall Lake was forgotten about as a less profitable and early stage venture. The other sizeable zone comprises 240,000 tonnes of 1.45% copper, 4.76% zinc and 2.8 ounces silver based on 15 holes drilled in the late 1960s. These two deposits could go into production today, McGroary claims, but to make it really viable it is worth exploring the surrounding area. Last December, just a few months after the group had acquired its stake in the property, a new copper discovery was made at Gazooma. The last statistics reveal 1.67% copper, 32 grams silver and 0.37 grams gold over a 22.5 metre section starting from just 2 metres beneath the surface. The overall thickness is 45 metres. And just last week a fifth discovery was made 700 metres north of the site, which defined a 300-metre-long zone of 0.71% copper over 32 metes, starting from a depth of 41 metres. Eyeconomy also has a portfolio of investments worth around £1.25 million. These include 24% of India Star Energy, 3% of Central China Gold and modest holdings in Cambrian Oil & Gas, East West Resources (the Marshall Lake joint venture partner) and Access Intelligence. These positions can be sold off to fund the exploration programme, alongside the remaining £0.1 million cash. That may sound like pocket money for an explorer but the costs of this particular project are exceedingly low. The rate of roughly £85 per metre to depths of 60 metres adds up to just £5,100 per hole, which is split down the middle between Eyeconomy and East West. To summarise, Marshall Lake is home to two high grade deposits totalling 1.4 million tonnes as well as the emerging Gazooma deposit which is yet to be fully defined – although the initial finds are certainly intriguing. A cluster of near-surface occurrences has been found in the Lease and Jewel Box areas, showing the existence of an extensive copper system. Based on data collected so far, we might assume it covers an area 45 x 25 x 50 metres at surface – so it is effectively quarrying rather than mining – totalling 150,000 tonnes. What's it all worth? McGroary reckons he needs 5 million tonnes to make it viable to have a small mine running. The deposits are close to the surface which is always cheaper to exploit than a deep mine, and occur at healthy widths of 10 metres. The nearest railway is 22 kilometres away. At current prices, and assuming only 40% of the resource ever goes to production, a 5 million tonne mine is worth £40 million (or £20 million when split equally between the operators). Eyeconomy is now valued at £3.4 million, which is an 80% discount to its potential share of this project alone. Incidentally, East West is capitalised on the Toronto Stock Exchange at £6 million, with Marshall Lake as its primary asset. Of course, the question is: does McGroary have the 5 million tonnes? The venture has produced a raft of positive drill results since last summer with more news due in the near term. The downside is limited and the tentative upside huge – making this a speculative buy.
the big fella
27/4/2007
08:55
EYE up again this morning
camelot5
27/4/2007
08:50
Not sure I seem to recall it applying to junior markets in general (including AIM and OFEX as it was then). When I invested it was because they were trading at a 50% discount to their NAV. However EYE cannot be classed as a mining incubator any more as they are quite clearly a junior miner with some strategic investments. Those strategic investments cover about half the market cap. Therefore their Marshal Lake asset is value at todays price at under 2 mil. EWR equivalent 50% is valued at in excess of 5 mil. They have found six new resource assets in the last 6 months. I think you are wrong re risk premium - it is actually much lower now than when I increased me stake in Oct / Nov 06.
the big fella
27/4/2007
07:59
tbf-ok fair enough and well done on your gain here-obviously risk premium a lot greater for new investors now ,so you really are sitting pretty-still seems a good investment though-will think about it-thanks p.s -not sure where i can confirm plus tax benefits as does not seem to say this on plus site?
strow
27/4/2007
06:20
Sorry BravoFoxtrot,just read the news on EYE on the Plus Markets and the EastWest connection,sounds good.Always pleased to read your informative posts on whichever threads / regards graham,Entebbe
okuta
27/4/2007
06:13
Hi Bravo Foxtrot,I'm still smarting over KMS !!!but don't suppose Ofex could be blamed although a bit illiquid.Noted your comments on the GGG thread about new copper discoveries in Canada for EYE,is INDY involved as well?thanks in advance/regards graham
okuta
26/4/2007
21:26
Wrong - similar tax benefits to AIM - hold for 3 years and only 10% cgt. Why pay extra costs for AIM? They have 5 bagged for me over the last 6 months - nothing wrong with that. Infact there is little difference between some small cap AIM and Plus stocks with similar no of mm,s dealing in similar size. You can trade this online with self trade in decent size.
the big fella
26/4/2007
19:49
Anyone know why this is only listed on plus? any tax benefits?cant really work out why mr mcgroary has not aim listed or dual listed on tsx for the tax benefits?is his holding exempt?and am i right in saying there are currently no tax benefits here as it is only listed on plus?? thanks
strow
19/4/2007
08:01
Thanks Saggy,I like to have shares that can be listed on the munyam stockwatch so can watch how quick they are all going down/thanks a lot anyhow/regards g
okuta
18/4/2007
22:14
okuta ,,,,Sorry I have no idea. The PLUS market is excellent and doing very well.
sagem
17/4/2007
12:09
Hi Sag , thanks your efforts and various other bb's I see you around on - Indy lead me on to this , do you know if they have any intention of coming to the main market at all ? thanks a lot , regards g
okuta
04/4/2007
22:06
EWR 0.130 +0.015 +13.04 171,000 V today
sagem
04/4/2007
22:06
EWR 0.130 +0.015 +13.04 171,000 V today
sagem
04/4/2007
22:06
EWR 0.130 +0.015 +13.04 171,000 V today
sagem
03/3/2007
09:05
East West Resource Corporation (TSX-V: EWR) and Eyeconomy Holdings PLC (UK-PLUS: EYE) are pleased to announce that they will be exhibiting Marshall Lake drill core at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) annual conference in Toronto, Canada from Sunday 4th March to Wednesday 7th March. The partners have been allotted display space in the Core Shack area in recognition of their significant new Copper Zinc discoveries at Marshall Lake, Beardmore, Ontario. Representatives of both East West and Eyeconomy will be available on Sunday and Monday at the Core shack, booth # 5019A. The partners will also be displaying in the investors show area throughout the show at booth # 3105. The annual PDAC is the largest mining exploration exhibition in the world
sagem
21/2/2007
08:12
again more good news :- Eyeconomy Holdings plc - Copper discovery extended at G Zone Marshall Lake Eyeconomy Holdings Plc February 21, 2007 COPPER MINERALIZATION EXTENDED AT G ZONE MARSHALL LAKE PROPERTY Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada Copper values range from 1.60% to 11.85% Silver values range from 45g to 324g per tonne Gold values range from 0.54g to 1.26g per tonne "We continue to extend these areas of mineralization with the aim of developing drill ready targets. These grab samples are providing valuable clues as to the extent and shape of the deposit in the area South and West of the "Main" zone, which is now over 4 kilometres away. Marshall Lake is developing into a substantial if complex VMS Copper Zinc system with a lot of exploratory work yet to be completed before we understand the full potential of the project." Comments Paul Mc Groary, Chairman of Eyeconomy Holdings PLC. Eyeconomy Holdings PLC (UK-PLUS: EYE) and East West Resource Corporation (TSX-V: EWR) announce that additional trenching over 75 metres has yielded 6 additional grab samples to the southeast of the G-2 trench that was previously reported on December 2006. Samples were taken at 8 - 11 metre intervals at random along the trend. The consistently high Copper values correlate with Silver and Gold values. The lower zinc values suggest the G zone is part of a lower "Stringer" phase to a VMS system. G Zone Grab Samples Ticket # Copper % Zinc % Silver Gold g/tonne g/tonne 364851 2.63 0.16 68 1.26 364852 2.06 0.12 62 1.03 364853 11.85 0.97 324 0.63 364854 1.60 0.13 45 0.54 364855 3.22 0.17 126 0.70 364856 3.07 0.11 99 0.59 The project set out above is being supervised by R. Middleton, P.Eng, who is the qualified person and responsible for quality control of the assaying and reporting. The directors of Eyeconomy Holdings PLC accept responsibility for the contents of this announcement. Contact Paul Mc Groary Chairman Eyeconomy Holdings plc Mob: 0793 056 8160 Tel: 020 7795 6535 Fax: 020 7937 6433 Eyeconomy Holdings PLC Registered in England No. 4000015 First Floor, 15 Young Street London W8 5EH About Eyeconomy Holdings PLC Marshall Lake: Eyeconomy holds a 50% interest in the Marshall Lake Copper Zinc VMS deposit located 310 kilometres north of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. The property is now easily accessible by road for exploration and development work. Marshall Lake was explored between 1954 and 1996 when a series of high grade near surface Copper Zinc deposits were identified. The property was not advanced previously due to logistical access issues and lack of control over the whole of the property by a single exploration group. The Marshall Lake became accessible after 2000 following the completion of all weather roads by logging operators. Road access now permits the deployment of heavy digging equipment, modern geophysical tools and significantly reduces exploration costs. East West and its 50% partner Eyeconomy Holdings PLC now consider that they have control over the whole Marshall Lake base metal camp with an exploration area of more than forty-three square miles under option. The partner's long term strategy is to develop open pitable resources. There are two core areas of interest at the present time: the "Main" zone and near surface showings one to five kilometres towards the South and West of the "Main" zone. The historical South and West surface showings include the Gazooma, Tech Hill, G, D, South, Open pit, Lease and Jewel Box. Historical resources Two historical inferred mineral resource estimates are available from previous work based on a small area within the property called the "Main" zone: "Main" K Zone 240,000 tons of 1.45% copper, 4.76% Zinc, 2.8 ounces silver, 152 m long to 96 m depth D. W. Sullivan (1969) based on 15 holes "Main" 103 Zone The 103 zone is an eastern extension of the "K" zone and is 1,174,810 tons delineated from 57 drill holes grading 0.82% copper, 2.71 % zinc, 1.77 ounces silver, 0.006 ounces gold. A. S. Bayne (1970) The work by A. S. Bayne resulted in a calculation of a 1,174,810 ton resource on the Main zone grading 0.82% copper, 2.71 % zinc, 1.77 ounces silver, 0.006 ounces gold that was completed prior to NI43-101. All of the exploration results disclosed herein are historic in nature and do not presently conform to National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects. They have been reviewed, but not verified, by Robert S. Middleton, PEng, who is the company's designated qualified person and responsible for the verification and quality assurance of its exploration data and analytical results. In the opinion of the qualified person, based on the information available, the mineralization on the Main or "K" Zone would be classified as an Inferred Mineral Resource based on the definition by the CIMM, since it will be required to do further in fill drilling to establish grades. Therefore, the historic figures should not be relied on. Mineralization open to depth Drilling by Imperial Oil in 1975 in hole 154 on the western end of the "Main" zone reported a significant Copper over 11.7 metres between 84 metres and 96 metres deep (Source OGS report 267 Little Marshall Lake Area 1989). Based on this information the partners are expected to undertake exploration work on possible deeper mineralized lenses at a latter date. Near surface showing South and West of the "Main" zone The key exploration focus is near surface mineralization with the first drill hole into Gazooma producing 1.18% copper over 27.92 metres, within 3 metres of the surface. Gazooma was successfully identified based on trenching arising from the access trails work. The second Gazooma hole was 26.9 metres of 2.05% Copper plus silver and gold. Gazooma is over 4 kilometres from the "Main" zone and appears to be predominantly Copper and Silver rich in contrast to the "Main" zone which may well be a more classic VMS deposit with Copper, Zinc, Silver and Gold. There are a large number of showings that are currently being investigated based on the substantial library of historical filed documents and work carried out by the Ontario Geological Survey plus additional geophysical targets emerging from the joint venture. Recent work The current exploration focus is on near and at surface mineralization. During the second half of 2006 the joint venture partners built a network of drill access trails focusing on the existing showings and particularly an area called Gazooma. Surface mineralization and trenching has been undertaken which lead to an initial drill program in December 2006. The two drill holes results into Gazooma were part of that drill program. Further work is in the process of being planned. The joint venture partners each contribute 50% to ongoing exploration expenditure. Other assets Eyeconomy holds a GBP1M+ portfolio of cash and shares in quoted smaller companies. Eyeconomy Holdings PLC has in total 14,684,034 ordinary shares in issue with a nominal value of 0.5p per share. There are no options, warrants or instruments in place that would lead to the issuance of shares and the company has no debt.
sagem
20/2/2007
21:25
more good news :- East West grabs 11.85% Cu, 324 g/t Ag at Marshall Lake 2007-02-20 11:39 ET - News Release Mr. Blake Colvin reports COPPER MINERALIZATION EXTENDED AT G ZONE MARSHALL LAKE PROPERTY East West Resource Corp. and Eyeconomy Holdings PLC's additional trenching for 75 metres has yielded six additional grab samples to the southeast of the G-2 trench that was reported in Stockwatch Dec. 8, 2006. The consistently high copper values correlate with silver and gold values. G ZONE GRAB SAMPLES Ticket No. Cu Zn Ag Au (%) (%) (g/t) (g/t) 364851 2.63 0.16 68 1.26 364852 2.06 0.12 62 1.03 364853 11.85 0.97 324 0.63 364854 1.6 0.13 45 0.54 364855 3.22 0.17 126 0.7 364856 3.07 0.11 99 0.59 Samples were taken at eight to 11 m intervals at random along the trend. IP surveys suggest this zone extends beyond 300 m. A Mise-a-la-masse survey will be attempted to look for a down-plunge lens. The lower zinc values suggest the G zone is part of a lower stringer phase to a VMS system. When analyzing for base metal and silver values (copper, zinc and silver) were determined by ICP (inductively coupled plasma) after an aqua regia acid digestion. Assays exceeding 100 grams silver and 10,000 parts per million copper were repeated using multiacid digestion and atomic absorption. Check assays were run on high values. Gold values were determined by fire assay extraction on 30-gram samples followed by an AA finish. ALS Chemex in Thunder Bay carried out preparations of the samples outlined in this news release and ALS Chemex in North Vancouver carried out assaying. The project set out above is being supervised by R. Middleton, PEng, who is the qualified person and responsible for quality control of the assaying and reporting.
sagem
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