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Barry FitzGerald: A few things Tolga Kumova told us about his stake in Meteoric Resources
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Melbourne’s bustling mining investor Tolga Kumova has taken a shine to the switch in focus by Meteoric Resources (MEI) from Canadian cobalt to high-grade Brazilian gold.

Fresh from raising more than $500,000 at a kid’s charity day with his broker mate Ben Kay at their Mingela Polo Club near Daylesford in country Victoria, Kumova has just increased his Meteoric stake to 10.6%.

The increase comes from his involvement in Meteoric’s $2.64 placement and share purchase plan in support of its acquisition of the Juruena and Novo Astro projects in central Brazil from the restructuring ASX-listed Crusader Resources (CAS).

Kumova told Garimpeiro that while it was the high-grade and near-term production potential of Juruena that got him excited, both projects come with potential big porphyry gold-copper upside.


Guess he had to take a "shine" to the switch - the excitement over the previous cobalt prospects - the reason he got on the MEI register (according to previous BF article "https://www.resourcesrisingstars.com.au/news-article/meteoric-rise-meteoric-it-pushes-canada") seems to have gone. Glad to see BF lose the "Midas Man" tag, although not sure why he included charity comment/how that fits in with MEI?

Some interesting background into the previous owners, ASX-CAS, of the Brazilian assets being acquired by MEI. Seems there was a proposed acquisition of CAS by PLC listed STRATEX INTERNATIONAL PLC.

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An offer to buy ASX-listed gold play Crusader Resources is under threat as disgruntled shareholders of would-be suitor Stratex International seek to terminate the $54 million deal and overthrow the Stratex board.
Stratex — which is listed on London’s AIM exchange — says shareholders representing a 24 per cent stake have asking for a general meeting to vote on the termination of its takeover offer for Crusader (ASX:CAS).

The shareholders are also demanding the removal of CEO Marcus Engelbrecht and chairman Christopher Hall to be replaced with David Hall and Paul Foord, both members of the requisitioning shareholders.

Hall and Foord are both former directors of Stratex, who each resigned from the board to pursue other career opportunities.

Hall is the CEO and Foord the CFO of Thani Stratex Resources Limited (TSRL), in which Stratex holds a 30 per cent stake. Stratex’s joint venture partner in TSRL is Thani Emirates Resources Holdings, one of the requisitioning shareholders


Extracts from the Requisitioning Shareholders reasons why the acquisition of CAS was not prudent
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The Requisitioning Shareholders argue that these assets are questionable on economic grounds. The assets have had over US$100 million invested to date and Borborema is advanced in terms of a completed and economically attractive pre-feasibilty study with the majority of the BFS completed. The Board believe that there is significant optimisation to be achieved at Borborema and that they, together with the Crusader directors to join the Board upon completion of the Acquisition, collectively have the skills and experience to deliver on this.

The Requisitioning Shareholders argue that Brazil is not aligned with where the Company traditionally operates, but Brazil, as a jurisdiction, is mining friendly and has, over the last few years, seen the implementation of labour legislation which has significantly improved the ability for flexible labour contracts. There has been also been a move towards a much more flexible, modern, open-market economy that is attracting considerable investor interest.

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Resource Grounds. The undeveloped assets in Brazil have been around for some time for a reason:
* The two potential gold resources are questionable on economic grounds.
* Numerous other companies have considered acquiring the concessions and have not proceeded
* STI doesn’t have the insight nor expertise to prove otherwise.


https://orioleresources.com/wp-content/uplo.../c113465CCL.pdf

CV of the two former STI directors directors/Requisitioning Shareholders - Hall and Foord - Hall in particular seems highly qualified to assess a quality gold asset
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David J. Hall MSc Minex, Fellow S.E.G. EurGeol
Chief Executive Officer
Thani Stratex Resources is led by David J. Hall. David is an economic geologist with 35 years worldwide experience and established the new AngloGold exploration team in South America in 1999. He took the company into Colombia and resulted in the discovery of the giant La Colosa gold deposit (+20Moz).

David is founder of Stratex International Plc and also Horizonte Minerals Plc both AIM listed companies. He is also a founder of Rathdowney Resources, Medgold Resources and Erris Resources. David is first and foremost a field economic geologist. In Egypt, as Exploration Manager for Minex from 1985 to 1989 he discovered the Abu Marawat and Hamama deposits. He also managed the exploration team responsible for the discovery of the new Afar Epithermal Gold Province in Ethiopia and Djibouti, now one of the TSR assets.

He is responsible for and led teams for discovery of Romero in Dominican Republic (2.6Moz), Zarshuran in Iran (+3Moz) and Oksut in Turkey (1.25Moz) and has been involved in all levels of exploration and development.

Paul Foord Bsc. MBA. FCCA. FIPD
Chief Financial Officer
Commercial CFO with extensive experience in business growth & improvement. Experienced in working for Private Equity owners and Banks where the agenda is focused on improved effectiveness, profitability and grooming for a corporate transaction.

Paul has had several careers. As a consultant he specialized in business strategy and business performance improvement with PricewaterhouseCoopers and then with Gemini consulting. As an accountant he has undertaken the role of finance director for several listed companies including the Land of Leather Group PLC and Willis PLC and a number of private companies including the Rotary Watch Group and The Notemachine Group.

http://thanistratex.com/about/management/






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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Mar 20 2019, 11:10 AM

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perhaps ASX have a few question regarding trading leading up to the TH, which saw increased volume and SP - particularly on the 15 March before the TH.


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ASX refers to the following:
A. The change in the price of MEI’s securities from a closing price of $0.009 on Tuesday 12 March 2019 to a
price of $0.013 at 11:47 am on Friday 15 March 2019.

B. ASX announcement entitled “Trading Halt” lodged on the ASX Market Announcements Platform and
released at 11:47 am on 15 March 2019 detailing MEI’s request for a trading halt pending release of an
announcement regarding a potential acquisition (the "Trading Halt").


Indeed they did. Following is MEI's response - https://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20190326/pdf/...slvr86pdqrn.pdf





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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Mar 20 2019, 11:10 AM

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Tolga Kumova@KumovaTolga
8m8 minutes ago
More Tolga Kumova Retweeted Meteoric Resources
$MEI high grade gold. Here we go again.


"Here we go again" - how true. What ever happened to the "cracking grades" cobalt dream sadsmiley02.gif

Mind you some seem to be happy jumping into the deep end again - SP currently up 7.69% @ 1.4c - volume 12.2 million. Looks like a pump to me. CPS Capital doing the CR

Wholly Underwritten Capital Raising & Share Purchase Plan
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CPS Capital Group Pty Ltd (“CPS”) has been appointed Lead Manager, Broker and Underwriter to a capital
raising of AUD$2,640,000 in MEI via the issue of 264,000,000 new Shares at AUD$0.01 per Share (the “Offer”)
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Under the Offer the Shares will be issued in two tranches with the addition of a share purchase plan to eligible
shareholders. 92,000,000 Tranche 1 Shares will be issued shortly to sophisticated and professional investors
pursuant to Meteoric’s placement capacity under Listing Rule 7.1 (35 million shares) and 7.1A (57 million
shares). 97,000,000 Tranche 2 Shares will be issued to sophisticated and professional investors subject to
shareholder approval.

In conjunction with the Offer, Meteoric will offer eligible shareholders the opportunity to participate in a Share
Purchase Plan (SPP) to raise up to $750,000 via the issue of 75,000,000 Shares at AUD$0.01 per Share. The
SPP will provide eligible shareholders, being shareholders recorded on the share register as at Friday, 15 March
2019 an opportunity to subscribe for up to $15,000 worth of fully paid ordinary shares without incurring
brokerage or any other transaction costs.

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MEI appears to have gone full circle - was floated in 2004 as a gold copper explorer, spent 13 years on the hunt for something meaningful in Australia/failed, switched to something "HOT" in Canada - cobalt - also failed to deliver, and now appears to be heading back to explore for gold in Brazil - announcing it has struck a deal to acquire the Juruena and Nova Astro prospects from fellow struggling ASX listed CAS

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Under the terms of the sale, Meteoric will pay cash and MEI shares, comprised of the following:

 A$1,000,000 cash at settlement.
 A$500,000 of MEI shares, comprised of 50,000,000 shares at a deemed issue price of 1c each at settlement (subject to voluntary escrow for a period of 12 months from the date of issue).
 A$750,000 of MEI shares at an issue price equal to a 5-day VWAP upon defining a mineral resource estimate in accordance with the JORC Code, at Juruena and/or Novo Astro containing at least 400,000 oz gold.
 A$750,000 of MEI shares at an issue price equal to a 5-day VWAP upon the Board of Meteoric approving a decision to mine at Juruena and/or Novo Astro, pursuant to a granted mining licence.

https://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20190320/pdf/...mt6dspygg67.pdf

CAS acquired the Juruena and Nova Astro assets from TSX-listed Lago Dourado back in May 2014 for C$650 000, which was payable in two tranches, as well as two-million fully paid shares - it became Lago Dourado's "flagship" project. https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/7942...do-minerals-ltd

Prior owners included Madison - 1994 to 1998, and in 2006 Talon and GEOMIN acquired the licences - see CAS presentation P19 https://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20170224/pdf/...92vxl2hwftq.pdf

The Australian carries an article today titled - Meteoric seeks redemption in $3m double Brazilian gold deal - and suggests MEI is seeking $2.5m to fund the deal. Kumova gets a mention - he's agreed to tip in $400k and underwrite a large portion of the $750k SPP.

Will shareholders be willing to follow suit and tip in, or will it be a case of once bitten twice shy

Meantime, both CAS and MEI remain suspended even though the suspension was to be lifted on the release of the acquisition announcement/at the commencement of trading 20/3/2019 - perhaps ASX have a few question regarding trading leading up to the TH, which saw increased volume and SP - particularly on the 15 March before the TH.



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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Mar 6 2019, 01:38 PM

Glad you enjoyed biggrin.gif plenty more where that came from. The sad thing is that no one challenges those posts - or maybe are not allowed to challenge.

Too bad Pierpoint retired. His Blue Sky Mining inside story on how to slug the unwary investor could prove useful on HC biggrin.gif



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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Mar 6 2019, 01:20 PM

a classic, blacksheep

The 'journal of record' that constitute postings on a thread allow for interesting reflection (and, in these instances, preferably from a distance).
Unlike most companies, the MEI graph is up in the rocket and down via the parachute. Sometimes known as act in hate, repent in leisure.
And another reason - if needed - to avoid the hype, the momentum, the spruikers, the insubstantial, the mutton dressed as lamb !!

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I wonder what koolaid this HC baggie is drinking - he's happy MEI is a "shell" in less than 2 years after being pumped to just under $1.00, now less than 1 cent @ 0.007c.

Name change to go with a new project? - absolutely, stock standard procedure/rinse and repeat, together with the latest new next hot thing "Meteoric" Resources won't do since the rocket has now crash landed

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I understand folks from the deep cobalt days are "p$ssed off" however, everyone needs to realise this is now a shell, cobalt dreams are "dead, buried and cremated".

A cheap bargain based shell with $2m cash about to announce a goldie with an MD who is a gold dude...…..I think its just so exciting, but the more people talk about cobalt the less excitement is generated as the market doesn't realise what's coming and focuses on what the old company did.

Im thinking a change of name to go with the project, 75% new board, new chair everything......I think that's where its at.

I understand people have to sell but I wonder who is buying these cheap shares? We are close to the low (perhaps touch 0.006) but then it goes green with the new project. At $3.9m m/c its easy with a half decent project to be a $20m m/c.

Its never been a more exciting time to be involved in this shell, to paraphrase our former prime minister.


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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Nov 16 2018, 01:51 PM

No multi million dollar deal - just shares in TTW (see below) subject to various conditions MEI SP down 11.11% @ $0.016, TTW SP down 10.2% @ $0.044

SALE OF MIDRIM AND LAFORCE
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Meteoric Resources NL (ASX: MEI; “Meteoric” or the “Company”), a Canadian cobalt focussed explorer
is pleased to advise that it has entered into a conditional tenement sale agreement (Sale Agreement)
to dispose of its non-core Canadian Nickel-Copper projects, Midrim and LaForce, in consideration for
the issue of 31,250,000 shares in ASX listed TopTung Limited (ASX:TTW).

Based on the last trading price of TTW (being $0.049 per TTW share on 13 November 2018), the sale
of the Midrim and LaForce projects is valued at $1,531,250, which will increase the value of Meteoric’s
treasury holdings of cash and listed shares to approximately $4,000,000, ideally placing the Company
to both pursue the exploration of its Cobalt portfolio and other investment opportunities.


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The key terms and conditions of the Sale Agreement are as follows:
• CNC will acquire 100% of the Midrim and LaForce projects from Meteoric.
• Completion of the acquisition is conditional on the satisfaction of various conditions precedent,
including:
o CNC and the holders of certain royalties applicable to the Midrim and LaForce projects
agreeing to the assignment of such royalties;
o TTW obtaining all required shareholder and regulatory approvals to complete the
acquisition and the transfer the Midrim and LaForce projects from Meteoric to CNC; and
o all conditions to the acquisition of CNC by TTW being satisfied or waived (other than the
condition relating to satisfaction or waiver of the conditions in the Sale Agreement).
• At completion TTW will issue Meteoric 31,250,000 TTW shares and Meteoric will transfer the
mining claims which comprise the Midrim and LaForce projects to CNC (or its nominee).
• Completion of the acquisition is dependent on completion of the acquisition of CNC by TTW
occurring such that completion under the Sale Agreement and completion of the CNC by TTW
must occur simultaneously.
• Meteoric has given representations and warranties to CNC and TTW that are customary for an
agreement of this nature.




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SP up 28.57% @ 1.8c - volume 3.3 mil shares on no news. Minutes later pause in trading, followed by trading halt - only to announce "disposal of an asset"? Hope it's a multi million dollar deal for those who bought into the "rally"? Hopefully not another twitter pump, or insiders with pre knowledge of the deal



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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Oct 13 2017, 11:49 AM

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The drilling program which comprised 11 holes for 970m was carried out in August 2018 and whilst most of the drill holes intersected the targeted fault / vein structures, results (Table 1) indicate that the system lacks the geological scale and metal grades to host sufficient polymetallic mineralisation to support modern day mining techniques.

Meteoric Resources MD, Dr Andrew Tunks commented:
“The assays for the maiden drilling program at Mulligan confirm we hit the targeted structures, however they did not intersect any major cobalt mineralisation. As such we will move our focus away from Mulligan and continue to progress our target generation program across our entire highly prospective portfolio.

“Whilst it is disappointing to not have success at our maiden drilling program, we have demonstrated that we have a strong technical team capable of systematically and efficiently exploring our cobalt projects. So we will immediately turn our focus to the recently flown airborne geophysics at Iron Mask, Mulligan East and Beauchamp where we are expecting strong targets based on existing historic working, associated with strong geochemical signatures. On top of this we have acquired, and are remodelling, airborne EM flown in 2012 to plan an extensive surface sampling program across multiple mineralised copper gold cobalt targets


SP hammered - down 36% currently @ 1.6c - not far off the "princely 1c" mentioned below. 12.5mil shares traded thus far. Hopefully the other results "due imminently" bring home the bacon for shareholders who bought on the hype.

A trip down memory lane - extract from Barry Fitzgerald's article back in October 2017

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With the combination of midas-man Tolga Kumova on board, a strong cobalt flavour, polymetallic promise and strong impending newsflow, it seems Meteoric’s day may be about to dawn. And speaking of cobalt, Macquarie says the price outlook is superb, albeit a bit bumpy, for years to come thanks to electric vehicles.
Until quite recently, the share price performance of Meteoric Resources (ASX:MEI) was anything but meteoric.

Trading at a princely 1c a share in the opening months of the year, the market clearly wasn’t interested in its Webb diamond exploration joint venture in Western Australia or its Warrego North/Tennant Creek copper-gold hunt in the Northern Territory for that matter.

But things started changing around May when Meteoric, originally floated as a gold-copper explorer back in 2004, signalled that after giving its best in the hunt for something meaningful in the back blocks of Australia for the past 13 years, it was off to Canada.

Oh, and there was also the revelation that Tolga “The Brand” Kumova had snapped up a near-10% stake in the company.

Fast forward to this week and Meteoric copped a price and volume inquiry from the ASX, asking for an explanation why its shares had motored from 4.1c on October 3 to 7.3c by Monday.

In its response, Meteoric pointed to the July completion of its deal to secure a number of Canadian exploration properties (copper, nickel, platinum group metals, gold and cobalt), a write-up in a speculative resources newsletter and its recent lodgement of a company presentation for a road show this week taking in Perth, Melbourne and Sydney.

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