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Mork
Posted on: Nov 24 2020, 09:24 AM


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No reason to trust Zuck, but it probably gets even worse.
The CIA invests in various social media platforms.
the attached is an old article, but it would probably be hard to find a mainstream source these days.
In the old days the FBI routinely illegally opened the mail of its citizens as part of a mass survelliance program. It took years to shut this down.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/social-media-i...-cia-seriously/
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You don't need to wear a tinfoil hat to believe that the CIA is using Facebook, Twitter, Google (GOOG) and other social media to spy on people. That's because the CIA publishes a helpful list of press releases on all the social media ventures it sponsors, via its technology investment arm In-Q-Tel. The companies that take In-Q-Tel's money aren't shy about publicizing what they're up to, either. Most recently, GeoSemble announced an update to its GeoXray product, which monitors social media chatter based on location:


This capability benefits business users who may be monitoring competition, supply chain activity or business opportunities in a county, neighborhood or border region.
For governments at the city, local and Federal levels it brings the ability to visualize activity in a given area filtered by topic, time and location.
... we can deliver whatever information is available about that place from websites, blogs, tweets and other social media automatically and accurately ...
The world's largest database on individuals
One of the main threats to privacy comes from advertisers, who want to track everything consumers do on the web and scrape their online accounts for personal information. It shouldn't be surprising, therefore, to learn that the CIA and the worlds largest ad agency network, WPP (WPPGY), have been in bed together on a social media data-mining venture since at least January 2009. WPP currently claims to own the world's largest database of unique individual profiles -- including demographic, financial, purchase and geographic histories. WPP's Visible Technologies unit took an investment from In-Q-Tel in fall of 2009. Visible Technologies develops tools that can scan social media networks such as Twitter and Facebook. WPP also funded Omniture, a marketing ROI agency, with $25 million in January 2009. Omniture's Visual Sciences unit has also taken In-Q-Tel money. The CIA re-upped with Visible Technologies as part of another $6 million funding round in March 2011.

Other companies that mine web data and have taken In-Q-Tel investments include:


  • Fetch Technologues: "Fetch's customized software agents navigate websites to instantly deliver meaningful, useful and reliable data, and easily integrate with a company's existing data management system for immediate analysis."
  • Cleversafe: A cloud-based storage company that, as Wired notes, is "'ideal for storing mission critical data by addressing the core principles of data confidentiality, integrity and availability.' (Incidentally, those principles also spell out CIA)."
  • Cloudera: provides data storage software that makes it easy for governments to process and analyze vast amounts of information.
Google and CIA: old friends
Are you seeing a trend yet? Google (GOOG) has been a partner with the CIA since 2004 when the company bought Keyhole, a mapping technology business that eventually became Google Earth. In 2010, Google and In-Q-Tel made a joint investment on a company called Recorded Future, which has the Minority Report-style goal of creating a "temporal analytics engine" that scours the web and creates curves that predict where events may head. Google is already helping the government write, and rewrite, history. Here, from its transparency report, are some stats on the amount of information it has either given to the government or wiped from the web based on requests by U.S. agencies:


  • 4,601 requests from U.S. government agencies for "user data"
  • Google complied with government requests for user data 94% of the time.
  • 1,421 requests for "content removal"
  • Google complied with content removal requests 87% of the time.
  • 15 requests were from "executive, police etc."
  • 1 was a national security request.
Be seeing you!

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Mork
Posted on: Nov 24 2020, 09:05 AM


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Portuguese Court Rules PCR Tests "Unreliable" & Quarantines "Unlawful"Via Off-Guardian.org,
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An appeals court in Portugal has ruled that the PCR process is not a reliable test for Sars-Cov-2, and therefore any enforced quarantine based on those test results is unlawful.

Further, the ruling suggested that any forced quarantine applied to healthy people could be a violation of their fundamental right to liberty.

Most importantly, the judges ruled that a single positive PCR test cannot be used as an effective diagnosis of infection.

The specifics of the case concern four tourists entering the country from Germany all of whom are anonymous in the transcript of the case who were quarantined by the regional health authority. Of the four, only one had tested positive for the virus, whilst the other three were deemed simply of high infection risk based on proximity to the positive individual. All four had, in the previous 72 hours, tested negative for the virus before departing from Germany.

In their ruling, judges Margarida Ramos de Almeida and Ana Params referred to several scientific studies.

Most notably this study by Jaafar et al., which found that when running PCR tests with 35 cycles or more the accuracy dropped to 3%, meaning up to 97% of positive results could be false positives.

The ruling goes on to conclude that, based on the science they read, any PCR test using over 25 cycles is totally unreliable.

Governments and private labs have been very tight-lipped about the exact number of cycles they run when PCR testing, but it is known to sometimes be as high as 45. Even fearmonger-in-chief Anthony Fauci has publicly stated anything over 35 is totally unusable.

You can read the complete ruling in the original Portuguese here, and translated into English here. Theres also a good write up on it on Great Game India, plus a Portuguese professor sent a long email about the case to Lockdown Sceptics.

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The media reaction to this case has been entirely predictable they have not mentioned it. At all. Anywhere. Ever.

The ruling was published on November 11th, and has been referenced by many alt-news sites sincebut the mainstream outlets are maintaining a complete blackout on it.

The reddit Covid19 board actually removed the post, because it was not a reliable source, despite relying on the official court documents:

https://www.zerohedge.com/political/portugu...ntines-unlawful
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Mork
Posted on: Nov 22 2020, 09:44 AM


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I don't think nuclear is the way to go either, I definetly wouldn't want to live near one.
Imo the change in policy looks like the government is slowly pushing nuclear by slight of hand.
Cheers
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Mork
Posted on: Nov 15 2020, 09:19 AM


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Thats my concern with a coming change.
A new administration may seek to esculate conflicts in the middle east and a worsening conflict between Amernia and Azerbaijan, and crank up the US war machine.
This is in contrast to the present administration that is bringing troops home and brokered multiple peace deals in the middle east.
President Trump was actually nominated four times for the Noble Peace Prize.
One of the greatest ironies in all this was that Trump was a live long supporter of the Democrats and helped raise money for them in the past. He only ran as a Republican as it was his only possible path for him to win in the 2016 election.

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Mork
Posted on: Nov 12 2020, 09:28 AM


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Thats an interesting take on whats going on.
There's got to be whole lot of stuff going behind the scenes that will never see the light of day.
My understanding was the intelligence communities are the group that loathes trump, but he's generally well supported by the military?
Don't think a pardon's on the table.
Trump wins and the Biden's and Clinton's go to jail. If Biden wins it will be the Trump family locked away.
Whatever ever happens, America seems more divided than ever before and its hard to see that changing.
  Forum: Investment Discussion

Mork
Posted on: Nov 12 2020, 08:47 AM


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I'm seeing the market in rally mode until sometime between late september & late october. I've had a target of 6,900+/- so we could see one final rally like back in May. When this complete's, i've got a min target of 5,100 to the downside, but i really think we'll test the March low sometime in the first half of 2021.

I still see no evidence of this uptrend being completed. Obviously wrong that this would be completed by the end of October.
Absolute max time for the uptrend to complete is Jan 2021, then the downtrend needs to complete by the first half of 2021. Looks like were in for surprise in Dec / Jan.

6,900 +/- starting to look like a possibility.

Big picture still the same. The lows get retested in the first half of 2021, then markets go to the moon in 2022/23/24?. However, when completed where going to give up nearly all of the gains from the 2009 lows. US market will correct nearly as much as back in the great depression. Buckle up for a wild ride, all should play out this decade.

Cheers
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Mork
Posted on: Nov 11 2020, 04:36 PM


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I have no problem reverting to the original names of places and geographical structures that local people already had for them
But this is woke bullshit.

At least its not out of control here. Most people can see our politicians for what they are.

Recently saw that large retail chains in the US are banning coconut milk and related products because these are products "of forced monkey slave labour"
If people are not aware the US is becoming truely insane in some states with their woke ideology.
Time to go back to school and learn how to count.
Cheers
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Mork
Posted on: Nov 5 2020, 11:25 AM


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Thanks, glad your boy is healthy.
Friend is much older, might be a case of bad luck. flu can cause long term side affects at times just like this covid
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Mork
Posted on: Nov 5 2020, 09:31 AM


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remember how they cure the swine flu back in the day!!

Hi eb, is there some good treatments out there?

I know someone who got swine flu here in oz who got really sick and to this day has to be really carefully around people with the flu/cold. He was never the same.
Thanks
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Mork
Posted on: Nov 1 2020, 10:56 AM


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More back pedalling from the WHO, where they've released a bulletin showing covid has a fatality rate less than the seasonal flu for those under the age of 70. Bulletin attached.
Further, now the CDC admits that of the approx 210,000 death attributed to covid in the US, 80,000 were from pneumonia and seasonal flu, and 130,000 were people with life threatening terminal diseases. To be fair there is a lot of overlap in these numbers, as it is not unsual for terminal patients to become infected and succombe to pneumonia in they're final weeks.
Increase cases - pcr tests are being cycled up 40 / 45 times to make the test meaningless.

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Estimates of death from SARS-CoV-2 much lower than initially believed, according to Stanford study

On October 14, 2020, the WHO released the results of a peer-reviewed study by Stanford University professor and physician, Dr. John Ioannidis. His study estimates the infection fatality rate of COVID-19 and the virus that causes it, SARS-CoV-2.

So, what did this recent study find?

In his study, Ioannidis analyzed the best available data from 61 studies and 8 national preliminary estimates. Here are a few of his main conclusions:

The median COVID-19 infection fatality rate was 0.27%
In areas of the world with more than 500 deaths per 1 million people, the infection fatality rate was 0.57%
In areas of the world with 118500 COVID-19 deaths/million people, the infection fatality rate was 0.20%
The rate was just 0.09% in locations with COVID-19 population mortality rates less than the global average
For people younger than 70 years old, infection fatality rates ranged from 0.00% to 0.31% with a corrected median of just 0.05% (less than the commonly cited infection fatality rate for the seasonal flu of 0.1%)

Ioannidiss data is not alone, a September 2020 study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine found that people younger than 40 had an infection fatality rate of just 0.01%.
The same study which analyzed community-dwelling individuals from the state of Indiana also estimated that people older than 60 had an infection fatality rate of a whopping 1.71%, but that the overall rate was 0.26%, nearly the exact same as Ioannidiss findings.

Attached File  BLT.20.265892.pdf ( 858.21K ) Number of downloads: 3

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Mork
Posted on: Oct 20 2020, 09:08 AM


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For anyone interested Michael Moores latest documentary Planet of the humans can be viewed on youtube.

It presents his view of the reality of solar, wind, and biomass technologies.

While im not much of a Michael Moore fan, this documentary provides validity to the recent federal government decision to relegate wind & solar to last place with coal & natural gas.
imo hydrogen wont turn out to be any different, so the new policy looks like a step closer to the use of nuclear energy to provide our base load power in the future.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zk11vI-7czE
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Mork
Posted on: Oct 13 2020, 12:22 PM


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If i had to guess the sudden WHO backflip is related to the following:
Early in October Dr. Reiner Fuellmich announced the largest international class tort case in world history for Crimes against Humanity.

He is
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one of four members of the German Corona Investigative Committee. Since July 10th 2020, this Committee has been listening to a large number of international scientists and experts testimony to find answers to questions about the corona crisis, which more and more people worldwide are asking.

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This corona crisis, according to all we know today, must be renamed a Corona Scandal and those responsible for it must be criminally prosecuted and sued for civil damages.

On a political level, everything must be done to make sure that no one will ever again be in a position of such power as to be able to defraud humanity or to attempt to manipulate us with their corrupt agendas.

And for this reason, I will now explain to you how and where an international network of lawyers will argue this biggest tort case ever, The Corona Fraud Scandal, which has meanwhile unfolded into probably the greatest crime against humanity ever committed.

Crimes against humanity were first defined in connection with the Nuremberg trials after World War II, that is when they dealt with the main war criminals of the Third Reich.

Crimes against humanity are today regulated in Section 7 of the International Criminal Code.

The three major questions to be answered in the context of a judicial approach to the Corona Scandal are:

1) Is there a corona pandemic or is there only a PCR-test pandemic? Specifically, does a positive PCR-test result mean that the person tested is infected with Covid-19, or does it mean absolutely nothing in connection with the Covid-19 infection?

2) Do the so-called anti-corona measures, such as the lockdown, mandatory face masks, social distancing, and quarantine regulations, serve to protect the worlds population from corona? Or do these measures serve only to make people panic so that they believe, without asking any questions, that their lives are in danger so that, in the end, the pharmaceutical and tech industries can generate huge profits from the sale of PCR tests, antigen and antibody tests and vaccines, as well as the harvesting of our genetic fingerprints?

3) Is it true that the German government was massively lobbied, more so than any other country, by the chief protagonists of this so-called corona pandemic (Mr. Drosten, virologist at Charit Hospital in Berlin; Mr. Wieler, veterinarian and head of the German equivalent of the CDC, the RKI; and Mr. Tedros, head of the World Health Organization or WHO) because Germany is known as a particularly disciplined country and was therefore to become a role model for the rest of the world for its strict and, of course, successful adherence to the corona measures?

https://truthcomestolight.com/2020/10/08/tr...-world-history/
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Mork
Posted on: Oct 6 2020, 06:33 PM


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The following was from the BBC - UK in late september.
People can draw there own conclusions, but if flu deaths are in fact down this year it doesn't take much imagination as to why this is so.
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Mork
Posted on: Sep 22 2020, 10:40 AM


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Nice video,
It brought a chuckle when considering the possibility of the earth flipping becomes a "conspiracy theory"
It's quite interesting to note that the earth has a slow wobble in its rotation axis of about 2%
There's also the story in the bible of the sun coming to a standstill, hieroglyphs in Egypt and ancient myths in China, North & South America describing similar events in pre-history.
Kind of makes you wonder.
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Mork
Posted on: Sep 22 2020, 09:52 AM


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Agreed Mags,
However, given the ownership of the US Federal Reserve is actually by a few select banks, the crooks are probably one and the same.
So when we saw the Fed bailing out the banks in 2008, they were really bailing out themselves with tax payers and future generations handed an ever increasing debt burden. sounds like debt slavery to me?
  Forum: Investment Discussion

Mork
Posted on: Sep 17 2020, 03:10 PM


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It's idiocy at it's finest. Having to generate 10kw, to pump water, to return 7kw....
You're down 3kw for no reason: For no bloody reason... so where's the benefit?
of course the company that was paid to pump the water, and then gets to sell it.
Good for the consumer?Good for industry?Good for jobs??
Total and utter BS.

The fact that it BS doesn't seem to matter anymore.
It makes me wonder if the younger generation have been dumbed down so much that they can't do basic maths anymore.
If you point out the BS and obvious profit scamming by big business you inevitably get called a climate change denier.
Seems there's more currency in virtue signalling than any common sense reality.
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Mork
Posted on: Sep 17 2020, 02:49 PM


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The history of the establishment of Federal reserve probably plays a part in the continuation of USD supremacy also.
None other than Mick's favourite banker JP Morgan, plus Warburg, Rockefeller and Rothschild banking interests designed and convinced congress to pass the federal reserve act back in 1913. Despite the name, the actual 12 federal district banks are private corporations owned by member banks. However the board of governors is a federal agency, so its a hybrid system which is legally recognised as neither "private or government"
It sounds pretty confusing to me, but like EB said, the US military is there to prop up the continuation of the petro dollar system.
Given what the big banks get away with, and the fact they set up and have some controlling influence over the Fed, people calling for the abolishment of the Federal Reserve don't seem so crazy after all.
But without a viable alternative we'll probably see a continuation of present systems with a race to the bottom of who can debase there currency fastest.
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Mork
Posted on: Sep 16 2020, 06:25 PM


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I agree he's a pretty smart bloke, unfortunately he has the ethics and morals of a member of the mafia.
The organisation he heads has similar morals and ethics.

that's pretty generous - seems some of these bankers make the mafia look like choir boys
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Mork
Posted on: Sep 7 2020, 11:09 AM


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I've read Brian's book recently:
While i've no doubt about the facts presented against Andrew Wakefield, Brian's book does read as a biased personal attack which is understandable given the history between the two men. Brian spends over 300 pages attacking Andrew Wakefield, and often anybody and any place associated with him.
Fair enough, but when discussing issues at the CDC's, there is only a couple of pages relating to the covering up of data related to vaccine safety. Brian dismisses these concerns with the conclusion that "autism causes vaccination". This is an interesting conclusion given that children diagnosed with autism are usually exempted from further mandatory shots.
Brian makes no mention of the large conflicts of interest at the CDC and NIH through the the ownership of vaccine patents, key personnel receiving royalties on these patents, and that most of their funding comes from, the licensing / distribution of vaccines and direct contributions from big pharma. This is an interesting omission, as one of the key facts in the downfall of Andrew Wakefield was his failure to disclose his own conflicts of interest in owning a vaccine patent while attacking the use of the triple MMR vaccine.
Suprisingly, Andrew Wakefield is the reputed boyfriend of none other than Elle Mcpherson.
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Mork
Posted on: Aug 26 2020, 09:43 AM


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We're living in different worlds EB
I know some people who are petrified of covid, but most people are not and certainly don't want more "draconian measures"
I would take that poll with a grain of salt

Being in a state of fear is not good for your health - Take care, eat well, get some exercise outside, help someone in need. We'll get through this.
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Mork
Posted on: Aug 24 2020, 04:29 PM


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The forecast from back in April looks to still be still in play.
I have the 2mth consolidation from early June to early August ending on the 3rd August, with the last leg up underway. While Nasdaq & SP500 easily made ATH's, its highly unlikley the ASX200 can get there. I'm seeing the market in rally mode until sometime between late september & late october. I've had a target of 6,900+/- so we could see one final rally like back in May.
When this complete's, i've got a min target of 5,100 to the downside, but i really think we'll test the March low sometime in the first half of 2021.
Cheers
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Mork
Posted on: Aug 23 2020, 10:09 AM


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Yikes !! The world is apparently cooling, not warming !!


I've received a forecast for a really cold winter in Europe this year from a source with a good track record.

If it is unusually cold, I'll be interested to see what sort of spin gets made up to explain it away.
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Mork
Posted on: Aug 22 2020, 12:15 PM


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Given talk of global food shortages appearing in the media at times, i thought i'd take a look at some of the commodity markets.
While Corn, Wheat, Soybean, Coffee, Sugar are probaly not the best way to look at this, you would expect to see any coming shortages to be represented in some prices.
However these markets do not seem to be reflect any of the fears in the mainstream media. The attached charts are continuous contracts, if you take a look at future contracts 1 year to 18 months out, theres no real difference.

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Mork
Posted on: Aug 16 2020, 03:59 PM


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I came across these Japanese Safety posters and kind of liked the artwork. I don't speak the language, but i understand the have the expected messages; pls wear a mask on public transport, protect the elderly, the sun helps kill the virus, get vaccinated, stay home if sick.
The interesting thing about the posters is there meant to be from the time of the spanish flu in 1917. Kind of like someones dusted away the cobwebs on a 100 year old 'how to deal with a pandemic' manual

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Mork
Posted on: Aug 6 2020, 08:10 PM


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Politicians and bureacrats constantly harp on about the ignorant and selfish people who flaunt the rules.
They wonder why so many people don't take them seriously.
They wonder why theres such a level of mistrust.
I shakes me head.

I'm sure it will get worse before it gets better.
They've got an empty MCG, i'm waiting for them to have a cage fighting spectacular and feed a few anti-vaxxs' to the lions between fights. Emperor Morrison can even make an appearance.
We live in interesting times.....
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Mork
Posted on: May 20 2020, 01:18 PM


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I'm sorry to hear that EB. - I'm sure you can find a way to bounce back. I for one was happy for you when it looked like you were sitting on a big winning trade.

Take Care
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Mork
Posted on: May 8 2020, 05:19 PM


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Elon Musk on Joe Rogan has just explained the BS around Covid deaths.
- Pay hospitals $39,000 for a Covid death vs $8,000 for other deaths- Require no testing, only noting the presence of one symptom.- Get attacked by a shark.- Cough before you die.
My sympathies go out to all people struggling with illness or loss at all times, but people must realise that they are being lied to on a massive scale.
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Mork
Posted on: May 7 2020, 06:11 PM


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Download the app ... Google can locate you within 1 meter at all times and half the apps you have on your phone have GPS turned on ...

‘They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.’

Benjamin Franklin 1775

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Mork
Posted on: May 6 2020, 10:26 AM


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This is Uncle Bills philanthropic record to date: We should be concerned when a software geek promotes himself the world authority on global health

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Promising to eradicate Polio with $1.2 billion, Gates took control of India ‘s National Advisory Board (NAB) and mandated 50 polio vaccines (up from 5) to every child before age 5. Indian doctors blame the Gates campaign for a devastating vaccine-strain polio epidemic that paralyzed 496,000 children between 2000 and 2017. In 2017, the Indian Government dialed back Gates’ vaccine regimen and evicted Gates and his cronies from the NAB. Polio paralysis rates dropped precipitously.
In 2017, the World Health Organization reluctantly admitted that the global polio explosion is predominantly vaccine strain, meaning it is coming from Gates’ Vaccine Program. The most frightening epidemics in Congo, the Philippines, and Afghanistan are all linked to Gates’ vaccines. By 2018, ¾ of global polio cases were from Gates’ vaccines.
In 2014, the Gates Foundation funded tests of experimental HPV vaccines, developed by GSK and Merck, on 23,000 young girls in remote Indian provinces. Approximately 1,200 suffered severe side effects, including autoimmune and fertility disorders. Seven died. Indian government investigations charged that Gates funded researchers committed pervasive ethical violations: pressuring vulnerable village girls into the trial, bullying parents, forging consent forms, and refusing medical care to the injured girls. The case is now in the country’s Supreme Court.
In 2010, the Gates Foundation funded a trial of a GSK’s experimental malaria vaccine, killing 151 African infants and causing serious adverse effects including paralysis, seizure, and febrile convulsions to 1,048 of the 5,049 children.


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During Gates' 2002 MenAfriVac campaign in Sub-Saharan Africa thousands of African children were forcibly vaccinated against meningitis. Between 50 and 500 children developed paralysis. Nelson Mandela's former Senior Economist, Professor Patrick Bond, described Gates' philanthropic practices as "ruthless and immoral"
In 2010, Gates committed $10b to the WHO promising to reduce population, in part, through new vaccines. A month later in a Ted Talk, Gates said new vaccines "could reduce population".In 2014, Kenya's Catholic Doctors Association accused the WHO of chemically sterilising millions of unwilling Kenyan women with a phoney "tetanus" vaccine campaign. Independent labs found the sterility formula in every vaccine tested. After denying the charges, WHO finally admitted it had been developing the sterility vaccines for over a decade. Similar accusations came from Tanzania, Nicaragua, Mexico, and the Philippines.


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A 2017 study(Morgensen et.Al.2017) showed that WHO's popular DTP vaccine is killing more African children than the disease it pretends to prevent. Vaccinated girls suffered 10x the death rate of unvaccinated children. Gates and WHO have refused to recall the lethal vaccine which WHO forces upon millions of African children annually. Global public health advocates around the world accuse Gates of hijacking WHO's agenda away from projects proven to curb infectious diseases; clean water, hygiene, nutrition, and economic development. They say he has diverted agency resources to serve his personal fetish-that good health only comes in a syringe.


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Vaccines, for Bill Gates, are a strategic philanthropy that feed his many vaccine-related businesses (including Microsoft’s ambition to control a global vac ID enterprise) and give him dictatorial control over global health policy—the spear tip of corporate neo-imperialism.Gates’ obsession with vaccines seems fueled by a messianic conviction that he is ordained to save the world with technology and a god-like willingness to experiment with the lives of lesser humans.
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Mork
Posted on: Apr 28 2020, 10:52 AM


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Dr Rashid Buttar's take on COVID-19

https://londonreal.tv/digital-freedom-platf...-rashid-buttar/
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Mork
Posted on: Apr 15 2020, 10:11 AM


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Thanks Jascar,

Imo people are blind to whats really going on.

But i think were still a few years away from the big economic crash. So many peoples retirement are solely based on the markets through there superannuation etc and the powers that be will try wipe out the savings of as many as the can.
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Mork
Posted on: Apr 12 2020, 02:45 PM


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Attached is an update on my previous elliot wave count.

IMO we're still in a bull market off the 2009 lows.

Wave D should take approx another 12mths to complete, with the 2020 highs and lows both been tested. Whether the actual high/lows get taken out is any one's guess. I would bet that strong markets like the nasdaq will see new highs later this year, but doubt that the weaker indexes will go that far. Likewise could expect to see the reverse on the downside.

When wave D completes we will have a final Wave E to complete this bull market which could take us out to 2023 or 2024? I originally had a minimum target around 8,000 for the asx200 but in a world of limitless printing of monopoly who knows how high the market could go.

Good luck with your trading/investing and stay healthy.

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Mork
Posted on: Dec 26 2019, 10:12 AM


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Old school Dow Theory.

There's currently a divergence between the Dow Industrials and the Transport indexes that's between in place for over 15months

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Mork
Posted on: Oct 12 2019, 03:39 PM


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I'm using a rough target of 2100 purely as this would confirm the corrective structure of the count i have in place.

however for each abcd of the broadening wedge on the sp500 i have them subdividing into a "abc" "x" "abcde" pattern. (the end a each wave doesn't always align exactly with the price extremes your chart)

so i'm looking for confirmation around your "sell here point" based on a time stop, then if the sell is confirmed i will look for completion of e (5) purely based on the "abc" "x" "abcde" completing.

If correct i think this could take any where from approximately 3 to 9months to complete.
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Mork
Posted on: Oct 12 2019, 02:55 PM


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Thanks,this aligns with my elliot wave count that i'm using for the SP500.

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This was the cartoon about trump's complete indifference to all the loss of life he is encouraging.
The canadian artist apparently lost his job after publishing.
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I posted what i saw as the possibilities for wave B back in March. The way i apply EW has exhausted all possibilities for this part of the count.
Likewise my long term count since the 2008 top has exhausted the alternatives which has been the case for the last 5 or 6 years.
We'll be able to judge the validity of the count shown below over the coming months.

If anyone is willing to share their long term EW counts (10 - 15yrs +) i'll do a chart from the 2007 top with my count.

Cheers

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Posted on: Jun 29 2019, 02:50 PM


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My elliotwave count update from earlier in the the year.
I'm looking for wave B to complete some time this week.

I'm still looking for wave C to last until the end of 2019 / early 2020. XJO has been outperforming so wave C should complete higher than the lows of Dec 2018.

I've still got the same projection for SP500

After this wave C is complete i have some really bullish projections for the XJO

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https://www.morningstar.com.au/Stocks/UpcomingDividends
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With yesterday looking like some type of short term top, i've attached my medium term Elliot Wave count for the SPASX200.

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I believe we are in Wave D of a large ABCDE Wave that started in 2015.

Wave D should unfold as a simple abc correction similar to prior A B & C waves.

As best as i can tell wave b of D has not completed, so we can expect either a shallow pull back or a complete retrace back to the December 2018 lows. We should then go back above yesterdays high to complete wave b of D.

Five waves down for c will then complete the whole of wave D some time near the end of this year or earlier next year.

After wave D is complete we should see a final wave E to complete the whole sequence from the 2009 lows. I fully expect this Wave E to be large relative the current Wave D which would take the market to ATH around the 8,000 level sometime in 2021 - 23.

Incidentally the SP500 looks to be following a similar pattern so i can see it eventually getting to approx 3,400 in the 2021 - 23 timeframe.

I'll post an update when it looks like Wave D has completed.
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Hi eb,

Most professional option traders delta hedge there positions when they sell options. This means there would be some sort of offsetting position in the the futures market. In this case they would be short SP500 contracts at the same time.

The strategy usually means they would be 50% hedge in futures when the market is at the strike price of 2,100. This would be rebalanced over time so they sell more futures as a hedge if the market falls and cover their futures position as the market rises.

Most times these guys are really trading volatility - current volatility is lower based on the vix at present so some of the position could probably be successfully hedged by buying out of the money puts with a lower implied volatility.

Its hard to exactly know because there are different strategies, but it would be extremely unlikely that the position would not have some sort of hedge in place.
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R.I.P. Arty
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your right about the massive hoard of us dollars.

but there are also trillions of dollars of US dollars denominated debt in Emerging Markets and the Euro Zone. I recently saw a figure of $4.5trillion in Europe? Combine that with rising US interest rates and the fact that a lot of this debt is not serviced by US dollars earnings - you've got a squeeze going on for US dollars as US interest rates rise.

i don't like the US dollar in the LT but doesn't mean it can't continue to rally in the short/medium term. All this debt in EM seems like a repeat of the Asian crises on the horizon.
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Thanks again,
I like the coincidence wink.gif
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Thanks for that. The three combined as a leaner company and some real cash looks goods to me.

At one stage i thought HPR was going to have a tilt at RCO, but i think its more likely to be the other way round now?

Be interested to know how involved noontide are in all this, or whether they are a passive investor waiting for a possible consolidation?

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Hi doc,

Any guesses how this will play out?

In time i think these 3 companies will be combined into one - no idea how this might happened or when though.

Cheers
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Hi Uniden,

Despite your best intentions your probably just wasting your time.

I and others have posted regarding other stocks that were most probably going to end in tears, but when the true believers get on board they don't won't to hear a negative word. Facts or been continually lied to be management don't seem to matter.

btw while i've never held CDU i'd given them the benefit of the doubt until now. It looked to me like a middle of the road deposit with some upside that suffered from bad management. After the the reserve statement i've change my mind and won't bother wasting time following them.

cheers,
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Hi EB,

QUOTE
have to say i'm become fan of this guy.



btw, this is his money management performance including his years running the soro's fund

SP500

$1,000 invested 30 years ago would be now worth $27,000 before taxes today - 25 up years & 5 down years

Warren Buffet

$1,000 invested 30 years ago would be now worth $177,000 before taxes today - 24 up years & 6 down years

Stanley Druckenmiller

$1,000 invested 30 years ago would be now worth $2.6m before taxes today - 30 up years & no down years
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Out of interest I just had a look at some notes i made the new MD started and an announcement was made quoting the following costs;

$3.22 p/t ore+waste mining cost

3.87 : 1 strip ratio

$13.84 processing cost

I estimated revenue of $317m p.a, based on 3mtpa @ 2,5% and a recovery of 90% ore thru the mill. They are producing copper concentrate so i used 65% of the quoted copper price to get the $317m

with the quoted cost of approx $90m plus admin, freight & shipping, finance, royalty, sust capex, plus extra to allow for MD likely being too optimistic, i guessed at total cash cost of around $150m pa. (no including dprcn or company tax)

So i think CDU has the potential to make healthly margins, but personally am waiting to see how this plays out. Commodities are in a down trend, and they still have to get the mill up and running which likely includes a period of time to sort out numerous problems before they can approach the stated production levels.
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For what it worth here's my view on CDU

i like CDU's potential

but i don't invest in companies with a single development project

almost without exception companies developing a project will be over budget, have to deal with serious teething problems during commissioning and ramp up, and require significant working capital as they increase production to name plate capacity.

the amount of money required is almost always underestimated in a big way. small/medium cap companies are always at disadvantage in this situation

given that we've pretty much been in a bear market for resources for the last 4 years i consider CDU share price has held up reasonably well

imo management has done a poor job regarding financing during the development stage. a company that conducts a share buy back during development then comes back to the market multiple times to raise capital is quite rightly going to get punished.

as a rule, good management under-promises / over-delivers

blaming a share price on short sellers is ridiculous. sure large shareholders seeing future capital raising can sell and buy back into a discounted capital raising but this is pretty standard stuff. as a rule i like to have a large short interest or institutions underweight a stock as this represents guaranteed buying power as the situation improves or an uptrend continues.

continual claims of manipulation usually suggests holders of shares are reacting emotionally to a lower share price and not willing to accept that they were wrong at least in the short term

cheers
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Thanks, S Druckenmiller is worth listening to given his track record.

Thought it was worth the effort to read so have attached a pdf of the transcript.

cheers

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As a rule of thumb nickel concentrate is worth approx 65% of the refined nickel price

As BML will be trucking ore to the BCL concentrator they will most likely receive the concentrate price less the cost of processing the ore at the concentrator less a recovery factor. The would receive some revenue from PGM byproducts but it probably wouldn't be more than 10% of the nickel value.

This is how its usually done here in Aust for 3rd party ore deliveries, so should be a good guide. Using the quoted nickel price and thinking your getting this for mining ore is way of the mark imo.

Cheers
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Attached a chart of the US 30yr treasury bond yield (not price)

Current yield is still comfortably above the lows set back in 2012. It actually looks like a pretty standard retracement at this stage from the first big move up in yields.

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Thanks K,

I've had some involvement in transfer pricing (inc thin capitalisation) over the last 20years.

It surprises me the extent to which these large multi nationals are getting away with tax EVASION on such a large scale.

I agree 100% this is theft on a large scale. Transfer pricing laws in Aust have been in place a long time and they are very clear. No matter the nature of any artificial structure created by multi-nationals they are liable for tax on all profits earned within Australia at the full rate.

Seems the Gov/ATO has been asleep far to long letting this theft go on, and its time they start enforcing our tax laws.

Cheers

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From the last activity report FAR expect to pay approx $22m towards this well and the next, even though they were carried on a promote basis by their JV partners. They've also committed approx $8m for activities in Kenya, so a CR is almost guaranteed - do they do it prior to the next well or take a punt and wait until the next well is drilled?

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Nickel price is approx USD$19,200 per tonne

This is for 99.8% nickel

Nickel concentrate is worth approx 65% of this as the concentrate has to go through a smelter and a refinery to get to 99.8% purity, so 10cents based on 100,000tonnes is pretty optimistic IMO

Current price is probably reasonable on what we know so far.
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here's an estimate of breakeven prices for iron ore miners.

http://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2014/06/ir...-junior-miners/

this explains why AGO has been hit so hard.

FMG is also vunerable if IO falls further in the medium term
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I've got an EW count that i'll get around to updating/posting in the near future, but interesting that it corresponds with Barra's comment that 5550 is as good as it gets and that the first confirmation of this will be a test of 5000 level.

The only difference is on timing, where i'm looking for the market to have a lot of choppy trading between approx 5320-5520 - possibly into late june / early july before heading down to 5000.
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Yep FMG's a bit naughty and reports cash costs on a WMT basis. Whats more there ore is generally of lower quality. Its been widely reported that FMG has been discounting cargoes at up to 8.5% recently.

There seem to be consensus that the sea borne iron market will be in oversupply to the tune of 150m-200m tonnes in 2015-16. Where the bottom is for iron ore prices could have a big impact here in oz.
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I was having a look this morning and saw the new boss got 25m shares/performance rights at no cost. Over 5% dilution for existing shareholders.

Hope the new boss remembers he's running a small company and not at BHP anymore.

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Here's a 100 year chart of US10yr treasurys.

Its really quite amazing to me given the massive US government debt that interest rates are where they are

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I saw Padley's comments last night and my first thought was i doubt he's actually read the market wizard books.

To quote one of the books - "The methologies employed cover purely technical to purely fundamental and everything in bewteen. The length of time they hold a trade ranges from minutes to years"

The highest returns with the least volatility actually tended to be more short term in nature. This makes sense because if your a super trader with a method that has a good risk reward payoff - the more trades you make the more you cancel out the volatility in returns.

Am i defending short term trading? No

I actually prefer to make my money trying to find 10, 20, 50+ baggers in small caps based on fundamentals.

I've taught myself shorter term technical trading (days to weeks) to (1) better improve my timing, and (2) more consistantly make money - to find good small caps with really good risk reward payoffs is not always easy to find based solely on fundamentals - often any upside potential is matched with a fairly high degree of risk. Most of the time small caps have pretty ordinary fundamentals at best.

For those who haven't read the market wizard books, one the recurring themes is that its very important to match your trading/investment method to your personality. It suggest that is one of the key factors to determining trading success. There are a few other key factors but the method style you employ isn't one of them.

btw - hats of to those pure tech traders, from someone who is basically a "funnymentalist" You've got to be impressed sometimes with there market judgement and timing.

cheers
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Given yesterdays price action and subsequent big moves in futures markets after helicopter ben's little speach, i'm thinking 5020 on the asx200 will be too conservative. Think this rally will have some strength and probably stay long into next weeks index option expiry.
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I'm targeting the 5020 area as the top of this retracement from the June lows. This would be 61.8% of wave A. When this rally stops i'm still looking for the market to take out 4400 in a wave C down to complete the correction from the May highs.

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Hi EB,

As a total guess, i think the ASX200 will now partially retrace the fall from 5250 with this lasting into late June / early July. Then i would be looking for the downtrend to continue with my target being somewhere between 4400 & 4332 - say by August / September.

I'm more confident of the price target than the time frame. It took 6months to rally from 4330 to 5250, what i'm looking for is this to be almost fully retraced in less time than 6months, hence August/ September is as good a guess as any?

If this happens i would be looking to go long, and at this stage i think i would expect to favour commodities stocks rather than banks etc, so if BHP got to $25 i would be a buyer. Hopefully i'd be covering shorts at this price too if i go short again.
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Some interesting comments recently. IMO its more reliable to look at the USD charts of BHP / RIO / FMG to determine price direction. The large correction in the AUD has given the appearance of price support for BHP, but i'm with Mista, i think we'll see lower prices in the coming weeks / months.

USD BHP chart attached - RIO FMG charts look even weaker.

I covered shorts last week and went long the index on friday as i'm looking for a bounce, but i've got a medium term target for the ASX200 somewhere below 4,400. i do however think the Nov12 low at 4334 will hold.


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Merc,

available early morning for the previous days prices

www.macrobusiness.com.au/category/iron-ore-price/

Prices for 31/05/13

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This is still my long term view of the AUD. It looks to me that this is still in a 4th Wave consolidation. If this is correct AUD has the potential to go much higher in a final 5th wave after the consolidation has completed. I'm looking for a test of parity in the coming weeks / month or two. I'm also looking for commodity stocks / gold to show signs of bottoming out in this time frame. So suspect we haven't seen the final lows in many commodity/gold stocks, but will be looking for divergence and relative strength versus financials etc.

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The warrants were stopped out yesterday and CS sold SYR via crossings at $1.65. Warrant holders got back $0.097. IMO CS were protecting themselves. The original stop at $1.60 and the strike price at $1.55 only left CS a $0.05 buffer. These mini warrants are like non recourse loans to the buyer. Obvisously some other party was happy to trigger the $1.70 stop and buy at fairly decent size at $1.65
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A recent announcement said that insto's had an agreement to put 82m director held fpo's in escrow until 31/1/2013 as part of the last capital raising. Me thinks that the insto's know roughly how many shares the directors will sell and have been shorting for when they place those director held fpo's? Only a week to go now
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Hi arty,

I reckon your on the money regarding chinese interest behind the difficulties Lynas is experiencing. However i would speculate that they don't want Lynas to go under, but actually have a long term plan to take de facto control of LAMP. This could easily be achieved "in the national interest" Malaysia forcing Lynas to take on a 50% joint venture partner to operate the malaysian operations. China got turned away on there first attempt to take over Lynas. They may ultimately get what they want second time around

I would expect the plant to continue to face difficulties real or imaginary.
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Another way of looking at it, is its a done deal and the new owners are quite happy to develop and produce the field at <2000 boepd. That way they never have to pay the $8.5m?
Until the moneys in the bank you've got nothing wink.gif
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Lynas basket price includes Samarium. Reported fall this week was down 13.3%. Sm traded at a discount to La/Ce in 2009 & 2010 but now trades at more than twice the price, so maybe this demand is priced in?

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This is the big unknown with LYC - what there operating costs will be.

Molycorp said they could produce at $2/kg but there current costs are over $50/kg - and this is before admin / finance / accounting charges.

Basically i don't believe the $15/kg - i think it will be higher. imo even at $15/kg operating margin they will show a loss on phase 1 production levels after allowing for admin / finance / accounting charges.

I just don't see anyupside here. Time will tell?
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More big falls in Rare Earth price were reported on metals-pages.com overnight. I've always doubted that LYC would be profitable after phase 1 was completed, now i would question their profitability after phase 2.

Imo the prices LYC reports on there website is misleading - phase 1 has LYC producing La/Ce carbonate which is a lower value product than oxide. As best as i can tell the HREE produced from phase 1 are a concentrate to sent for toll treatment elsewhere. At current REE prices i'm guessing LYC would be getting less than $30/kg on there total phase 1 production.

Still think theres a lot of downside risk for LYC even if the TOL is upheld next month.
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Hi Mistagear,

Sorry for posting on this thread, but do you trade SP500 future thru your CFD account or are you trading the actual e-mini contract in the US?
I'm interested in trading the actual contract rather than a CFD or other derivative etc.

Cheers,
M
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imo this happens each month whenever the holders of puts or calls get the upper hand and get a chance to take the option writers to to cleaners. Option expirey days such as these often represent short / intermediate term turning points in the market. No point complaining - just trade it and make money out of it!
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I'd be looking for AUD to come back to around $0.97 as a minimum which would nicely cover a large gap in my chart, but its way to early to tell where the eventual bottom might be. As would be expected resources are week in-line with the AUD, lets see if PM's now follow.
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FMG's iron ore is a lower quality that attracts a fairly large discount to bench mark prices.

At the current price around $115 / ton FMG would be getting approx $100
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After getting stopped out on my first AUD long, i re-entered and got the rally i was looking for.

However, the price action looks corrective suggesting one more down leg to complete the consolidation from the 2011 highs.

This patterns looks to be in agreement with most stock markets, suggesting a sell-off starting soon. Could expect further new lows in resources and also precious metals.

Not going to short the AUD, but looking to short an o/s index to get the double whammy of falling prices and a falling AUD
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Hi Merc,

an unrisked valuation is as you said the best case scenario where all their exploration targets strike oil(& or gas). But the reality is most exploration comes up empty handed with the odds of success approximately 1:10.

So if you apply a chance of success factor to all your exploration targets, you can estimate a theoretical value for a companies exploration targets as a risked valution.

Hope this is of some help
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Hi Merc,

Just remember these are OIP figures quoted. To get an estimate of reserves i use a 30% recovery factor in sandstone reservoirs. I think its highly likely they have a modest discovery in the Hutton sandstones but i think there wasting there time on the Adori
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China's collapsing property market!

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Flower, all daily / weekly charts going back approx 2 1/2 yrs are free. If you want to go further back, or access hourly / 5min charts etc you have to pay a small fee
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Here's a weekly Gold chart in AUD, looks pretty bullish to me. Basing pattern for 2012, with a breakout of its triangle on friday for a continuation of it's LT uptrend

Got back into my silver trade this morning, still think we'll see new ATH in PM's over the next six months or so
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IMO the more massive / valuable the deposit the less likely IAU will get meaningful ownership in the project. This would be a good punt if it was trading around cash backing, but still a long way to go to get to those levels. Interesting to watch how this plays out
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I've got an EW wave count on the AUD that should have it putting in a bottom around these levels. The price action from the AUG2011 highs looks corrective. If this turns out to be the case we should see higher prices in the coming months, so went long AUD this morning.
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If gold / silver got to these levels i'll be buying with me ears pinned back. Who evers getting paid to lease Gold probably thinks there onto a can't loose deal. Seem to remember lots of mining doing the same thing with there hedging programs and getting caught out badly. Still think we'll see new highs in PM, its just a matter of timing.
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Thanks Flower, sort of comfirms what was been said.

I know if i was lending out my gold i wouldn't be paying someone for the privilige no matter how short term

Further downside to come imo in the coming weeks, but this could set the stage for a nice rally.

I'm now looking for approx $1500 in gold - $25 in Silver
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Gold leasing rates are supposedly negative at the moment. Apparently Central Banks are leasing gold to provide liquidity, hence the downward pressure on Gold and the relative ease with which recent Euro zone government debt issues were able to be sold.

If this is true CB's are able to provide liquidity and place downward pressure on Gold at the same time which i'm sure suits there needs.
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Nice short trade Arty,

I got out of most of my position on Monday so wasn't too badly hurt. Decided to have one more go at the trade and got back in late today. See if the options expiring gives a turning point.
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Hi Flower,

Gold, Silver, Platinum are all sitting at LT support on a rising trend line. I don't know if palladium counts but it has rallied and approaching some overhead resistance for a break out to the upside.

I figure PM have to start rising very soon off this support, else the LT trend will fail. It looks a pretty good risk reward trade to me right now. Bought some silver today - risking a dollar or so to the down side but looking for new highs for Gold / Silver etc.
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Posted on: Apr 19 2012, 06:30 PM


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Bought some of the 10c options the last couple of days on top of the FPO's i got last week. i wasn't aware of them until Melua mentioned them (thanks) so was surprised that they are trading around intrinsic value. Time enough with the options to know the outcome of Katherine and get some sort of indication on the CSG.

I agree with Melua that $1 would be very reasonable with some success at Katherine and some positive results with the CSG and/or shale wells.

The numbers for the CSG / shale are huge, that IF they are successful i'd be suprised if they made it through to the end of 2013 without being taken over. With CNOOC at 50% there's no way they would be allowed to go any higher, if the 31TFC proves up to be realistic. Just going sit on them for at least the next 3 months to see how things play out.

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Arty, i had a look thru the older posts and the call for $27.75 turned out to spot on, though it took plenty of time getting there. Bought a few of these as i think gold stocks have bottomed at least for a month or so. I actually think gold can get to new highs in the coming months, but who knows if the stocks will respond?
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Have a look at the Lynas presentation posted by Nightstalker on the 5th April

Straight from the Molycorp website -

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Molycorp, Inc. is the only rare earth oxide (REO) producer in the Western hemisphere. We own and operate the world’s largest, most fully developed rare earth mine and oxide manufacturing facility outside of China, located in Mountain Pass, California.

We have been producing rare earth products for more than 59 years. Our team of more than 940 scientists, engineers, chemists, technologists, and highly skilled workers is one of the foremost assemblages of rare earth manufacturing expertise in the world.

In addition to the Mountain Pass Rare Earth Facility in California, we also own Molycorp Silmet (formerly AS Silmet), which produces high-purity rare earth oxides and metals at its facilities in Sillamae, Estonia.

We also own Molycorp Tolleson (formerly Santoku America, Inc.), located in Tolleson, Arizona. Molycorp Tolleson produces high-purity rare earth metals and alloys -- including Neodymium-Iron-Boron (NdFeB) alloy and Samarium-Cobalt (SmCo) alloy -- which are both used to manufacture highly prized permanent rare earth magnets.

Our company is engaged in several historic initiatives:
Modernizing and expanding our rare earth mine, mill, and rare earth oxide manufacturing facility at Mountain Pass. This initiative, known as Project Phoenix, consists of two expansion phases.

Phase 1 of this project is scheduled to producing at an annual rate of 19,050 metric tons of rare earth oxides by the end of the third quarter of 2012.

Phase 2 of our expansion project, which will give us an annual production capacity of 40,000 metric tons per year, is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2012.
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Hi Filter,

I just try and get on the right side of the trend. I had a small long position last week and have a small bid in to get reset on monday, but the LT trend is down at present. The big spikes up and subsequent drop of in price look like short squeezes to me.

You might like to check your facts re:Molycorp - even Lynas seem concerned that they will beat them to 1st production

imho downramping (or upramping) in chat rooms has no impact on stock prices but it can provide a bit of a guide to sentiment. It seems to me that the best stocks have almost no following at all.

Good luck
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Hi Merc,

Lynas are on record saying that they will get somewhere between the China price and the export price. Phase 1 has them producing LA & CE carbonate - as i understand it the price is much lower for this product than oxide? As for production cost i have no idea but i'm sure they've increased over the last couple of years.

This was a great short when it broke thru its large H&S neckline last year and when it re-tested the neckline in Feb. traded it long several times also.

There seem to be a lot of true believers in this stock, despite the stock being in a downtrend for the last 12months - i just think a lot has to go right to see sustainable higher prices.A lot of holders are blaming the anti lynas group for the share price falls but the fact is that prices for REE have collapsed. Imo La & Ce will keep falling in price, its only the HREE that are structurally in short supply so these are lynas only hope for profitable production.
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We nearly always never know what goes on behind the scenes, but i have had a theory that the chinese are involved in the challenges, but actually want Lynas to complete the plant and finish the phase 2 expansion. Its death by a thousand cuts. Once the plant is running the authorities "find" problems - the anti lynas mob say i told you say and Lynas never get a permanent license ohmy.gif

Anyway have shorted this on the last spike in february and would consider another entry. imo people are far to bulllish on the earnings, i think they'll only make small profits at 11,000tpa and need the 22,000tpa to make decent profits?
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This does look like any interesting exploration play, however the 280mmbbl figure quoted is OIP with most the potential in the undrilled East part of the structure. I know it doesn't really make any difference but i don't like companies that talk up OIP figures

imo best bet is in the hutton sands but west katherine is relatively small - the CSG and shale oil potential is huge. I got a bid in so happy to pick up a few.
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Hi,

4328 was the futures contract, so was trading at 0.5% premium to the actual market
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I've kept this table as reference regarding china commodity consumption.

China's consumption of oil seems on par with its share of global GDP. At whatever future growth it maintains, its almost guaranteed to increase its consumption of oil at similar rates.

For the likes of copper, cement, iron ore etc i'm not so sure - at some stage this must revert to the mean as triage suggests. Looking a couple of years out BHP RIO FMG plus Hope Downs alone are adding approx 400mtpa of supply of iron ore - i can't see any upside in prices personally, though producers will still do well as long as prices don't fall of a cliff.
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Yet more dilution courtesy la jolla cove.
At some stage i'll try and get a small free carried position in case there's a capital raising to share holders to move the company forward, but in the mean time can't see any reason to hold.
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As best that i can tell Molycorp has two processing plants that are operating now, one at Mountain Pass and one in Estonia.

From long experience i won't hold any mining developments coming into projection, too often the first six months have lots of problems. Good luck
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As far as i'm aware Molycorp are targeting 20,000t by Q4 this year and 40,000t a year later. So between LYC & MCP a lot of supply is coming to market within the next two years - will be interesting to see how this plays out.
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I found this table earlier this year, showing chinese % of world commodity consumption. imo much of this is clearly unsustainable no matter how fast China grows. In the case of Iron Ore all the magors are have also spent big to dramatically increase supply. Commodities always fall back to the marginal cost of production evenyually after a boom period.

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Pity my favourite Carbon Fibre stock looks so sick at the moment!
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With La Jolla Cove on board i've decided to stay away for now. These guys have a history of killing the share price of many a small cap.
It appears that $2m of the money there trying to raise is going out the door in a legal settlement, so there not much better of financially imo.

Hope it turns around for you Mista
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Thanks for the article

How they don't see the transfer of productive capacity in the US to other countries as an erosion of the supply side of their economy is amazing imo. The only thing thats saved the US from higher rates of inflation is fraudulent stats and a continual decline in the velocity of money since 2000.
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Hi Floyd,

I did the switch a couple of years ago. In that time i've found the Mac to be incredibly stable with no lock ups etc and i'm 99% sure its a much more secure machine for use over the internet. It generally feels like its much better made than any pc i've ever used.

However a Mac won't run webiress for trading (at least with my provider).

And surprisingly MS excel/word etc software doesn't seem to be as easy to use on a Mac as PC versions.

The apple supplied keyboard is average for typing, and the supplied mouse is below average imo to use, though both continue to work reliably.

Hope this is of some help.
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Posted on: Sep 26 2011, 10:01 AM


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Malfrey, i like to use elliot wave for the indexes.
IMO when this 5th wave completes, i'm seeing this as the completion of a large ABC correction from the April 2010 highs. If this is the case we should get a large rally to new post GFC highs in 2012. Any thoughts on this?
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Posted on: Sep 20 2011, 11:52 AM


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Frodo,

the record date occurs after settlement of a trade T+3 so is always several days after the ex div date. Always good to check, AGO is ex div today.
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Posted on: Sep 8 2011, 10:15 AM


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paterson have put a $0.06 price target on NAV

targeting 107k oz's @ $1094 then 118k oz's @ $863 cash costs.

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Interesting chart Denpal.

$hui itself has just had a break out, looks super bulliish to me. Got a feeling PM stock are going to rise fast, playing catch up to the gold price.



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Just saw this on bloomberg...


Here is a link to a 1975 Newsweek article "The Cooling World" which states "Meteorologists disagree about the cause and extent of the cooling trend as well as its specific impact on local weather conditions. But they are almost unanimous in the view that the trend will reduce agricultural productivity for the rest of the century. If the climate change is as profound as some of the pessimists fear, the resulting famines could be catastrophic."

The last sentence of the article says it all, only a generation ago it was global cooling, not warming, "The longer the planners delay, the more difficult will they find it to cope with climate change once the results become a grim reality."

The sky is falling again. If only we could protect ourselves from the arrogant certainty of the media and scientific experts who say "trust us, we are certain we've diagnosed the problem and have THE answer." Now, if the "solution" is implemented worldwide, it could cost us trillions of dollars.

http://tinyurl.com/2vwvuz
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Posted on: Aug 31 2011, 04:05 PM


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They've changed the company name, maybe they should change the name of their product?

The Wheezeometer! .....lol
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I sold last wednesday also and no longer hold.

I actually think the potential upside for this stock is very high, however i am concerned in the short term about their low levels of cash. This might not be an issue especially if the can raise money via a deal with there CBM/shale gas holdings in the UK. If a deal gets done i'd be happy to buy back in at higher prices.
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007, just doing back of the envelope calculations, i'm guessing they can get to approx 20,000 ounces @ $800 cash cost per qtr based on the higher grades. If they achieve this i think it can do much better than 3cents
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Back in May 2010 BCD ran to +15 cents on discovery of its high grade western zone.

BCD have said stopping of this zone has/will start in august. I'm looking for a jump in grade to +10%, big increase in produced gold with a subsequent big reduction in cash costs. They should go from making almost no money to large cash margins very quickly.

bought some at 1.1 and some more on the breakout at 1.3 this morning. should have lots of upside from these prices?
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Even the most hated gold producers like NAV & BCD are moving, so we might see a real good run now across the whole sector.
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Excercised my rights today. NAV looking good at 3.1cents - however not without risk as theoretically the underwriters could still pull the pin due to the fall in the market? Good luck all holders NAV highly leveraged to the increasing gold price
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Veeone, these are the rights - only 2 cents to excercise + you get the 4 cent option thrown in for free.
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Posted on: Jul 25 2011, 12:23 PM


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NAV fpo's @ $0.029 NAVRA @ $0.003 - still a long way to catch up?
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Posted on: Jul 22 2011, 12:58 PM


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Interesting situation here with the fully paids trading at 2.4 cents Bid and the 2 cent right trading at 0.1cents with an attached 1:2 option. One of the prices is wrong. Have bought some of the rights at 0.1cents
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QUOTE
the major shareholder in EDE was also the co-underwriter on the offer


The TAS rights issue so they could take up their EDE entitlement and sub-underwrite the offer was even less well received. Don't know how this will impact as TAS don't have much of a cash position.
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EDE continues to slowly creep up from last week despite the market correction. Added to my position this morning. Thanks for the heads up on this Mista
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Hi Plastic,

Last day of rights trading was yesterday.
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Market is showing a bit of interest in QPN. My best guess is the top of targeted zones from 14,000ft to 16,000ft will be reached early next week. Good luck to those holding.
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IMO TSV merging with Latent is great for TSV shareholders. Only caveat would be the financial condition of Latent.
One of the more interesting tight gas plays.
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BDG has persistantly been shorted since the takeover/merger - on many days the short sales are 50%+ of reported sales.
My guess is BDG will slowly slide downwards prior to the merger being completed. The BCD discount to 0.72 BDG should shrink as we get closer to Nov, as those shorting BDG cover there position by buying BCD.
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I've just come back from my first visit to China. The development going on is certainly impressive. However couldn't help noticing block upon block of new residential apartments and office buildings standing empty. While i know nothing about chinese real estate, just from observation there appears to be some level of over-investment in this sector.
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430m fpo's plus lots of debt and no money. They've already flagged a capital raising coming up so lots of dilution ahead.
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Posted on: Dec 14 2009, 09:16 PM


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Mungo,

I would of said your crazy, but listened to www.kingworldnews.com on the weekend. Apparently the original coppenhagen treaty had clauses to implement a world government by requiring signatories to the treaty to agree to a single world constitution that had precedent over national constitutions. Scary stuff if true.
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Posted on: Oct 21 2009, 08:46 PM


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Took i while, but a new closing high of $0.485 today. I think it can easily earn >$0.10 eps in 2009/2010 and keep growing, so still cheap with nice looking chart.
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Hi blueice,

I've been keeping an eye on the call/put position on BHP similiar to Arty & his index options. Unlike the index options there's doesn't seem to be much short interest via the options market with calls out numbering puts 2 to 1.

Cheers
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Soot,

AMU flagged a capital raising, so more of the same i think.
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Tks PaulB,

Didn't see the article, but i'm sure a bit of exposure doesn't hurt. I'm quite keen to see the full year results.


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Hi radd,

The market may just be waking up. I know what its like to hold shares that seem to be undervalue and they just seem to go nowhere.

But this morning we have a new 52week high and a post consolidation high also. Since the market top in late 2007 MNL has formed a large base and finally broken out. There's very few shares that have managed this since the GFC so i think this is very bullish for the stock. What's more the p/e seems to still be around x5 with earnings growing fast.

Justlike to see a 2yr high taken out at $0.365 and a some good volume.

Good luck
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Does anyone have an interest in MNL?

Looks like its growing rapidly, with a low market cap around $12m.

If it can get above its 52 week high at $0.29 looks like its got lots of upside.

Took a small position today - thinly traded so take care, but risk reward seems good.
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Posted on: Feb 19 2009, 03:35 PM


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Wren,

Have a look at www.shadowstats.com

John Williams compiles US gov stats based on the original computation methods. He reports huge differences vs the current reported stats.

I personally think must of the stats out of the US are B/S, but then again most governments manipulate stats to varying dergrees.
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Mosaic,

I bought the book sometime last year at Borders (partly based on your recommendation i think!) Any one interested could probably find it there.

ROC looks pretty sick - i bought after NXS sold because of the overhang going but exited within a couple of days so no harm done.
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If they can get direct trading via pulse i'll move across too. This is the only thing stopping me at the monent. Either way i will not be staying with Commsec.

Thanks NS/Danille for sharing your efforts with Paritech.
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Demand destruction has probably been widely overstated.

the lastest iea report
http://omrpublic.iea.org/

estimates demand in 2009 at 85.3mbpd versus their 2008 demand estimate of 85.8mb/d.

and despite increasing inventories in the US, the iea has total OECD inventories falling

seems that oil has bottomed - we've got a break in the down trend and a retest of the Dec08 lows. Just need a higher high in Oil to confirm.
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I'm fairly certain AED still have a tax liability of approx $50m from the sale of puffin to SINOPEC & don't forget US$85m converting note. Allowing for this the cash position doesn't look as good
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Seems like the money raise is going to be spent on their O&G permits in the US???

Seems like a rush job to get the documents out - not very impressive thumbdown.gif
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General Meeting called to set up a D.R.P.

You would assume that SOT are going to start paying a dividend again rolleyes.gif
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In reply to: freoman on Tuesday 20/01/09 11:24am

For quite a while now Singapore benchmark unleaded prices have been at or below Oil prices.

Last week the prices of unleaded jumped and seems to be holding around $8 refining margin to crude. All thru this period diesel has been trading at a huge premium to crude.

When i saw this i thought of CTX. Seems demand for diesel products has remained high & maybe refining margins on unleaded petrol has bottomed. Not good for motorist but maybe CTX will benefit.
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In reply to: NightStalker on Tuesday 25/11/08 12:07pm

NS your veiws on shorting are clear, fair enough.

But whats the difference between between buying shares with money you don't own, and selling shares with shares you don't own?

I agree that naked shorting is not a good thing, but covered shorts are part of a healthy market.
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In reply to: arty on Tuesday 25/11/08 11:45am

Option trades that are made with a market maker taking the other side of the trade will almost defininetly be hedged. So buying puts or calls will usually result in some degree of selling or buying of the fpo's.
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In reply to: kiril on Wednesday 19/11/08 02:29pm

1 Barrel of Oil is approximately equivalent to 6000 cf of gas on a BTU basis.

400Bcf is approximately equal to 66million BOE - this is a GIP figure so you would have to place a recovery factor. Given the tight sands probably 50% - 60% recovery is the best we could get.

So if Cobra is commercial in the future NWE share of potential reserves is approx 8million BOE.
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In reply to: Duster on Friday 24/10/08 10:50pm

TAP half year report showed $66m in the bank - but the also flagged significant cash expense for philipines and the varanus island explosion. i wouldn't be surprised to see cash <$50m this quarter so i'm going to wait until the quartely comes out.
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In reply to: Duster on Saturday 11/10/08 09:03am

VCN

FPO's 227m

Cash $32m

Cash Backing $0.14

Market Price $0.08

The catch is they need +$300m to finance what looks like a really good copper/cobalt/nickel project in Finland
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In reply to: andy20020 on Saturday 04/10/08 05:51pm

I've had a look at the June 2008 half year results.

As best as i can tell after settling the 2008 contracts they still have 242k ounces forward sold at NZ$777

They also state that they hold puts for 208k ounces at NZ$1,000, and they have sold calls for 104k ounces at NZ$1,062.

I'm not 100% certain and would contact the company to clarify but my reading of this is that they are short the calls for 104k ounces, on top of the 242k ounces that were forward sold.

Hope this helps. I may even contact the company myself next week to get a clearer picture as its on my list of goldies to buy just that the hedging puts me off.
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In reply to: andy20020 on Thursday 02/10/08 12:50pm

I got a bit excited when i saw your post, but reading the announcement OGC have only settled old out of the money hedges. Remaining hedges for 2008, 2009 & 2010 are still in place and underwater +$100m versus a m/c <$60m.

Imo they have good assets but the hedging needs to be sorted out before i would buy.
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In reply to: Brierley on Saturday 13/09/08 11:16am

Last year when the USD broke down through 80 on the index, it formed what looks like a huge multi year head and shoulders top. (sorry i don't have a chart to post)

This latest rally looks like a sharp countertrend rally to retest the break of the neckline. I'm looking for an intemediate term bottom in oil and gold any time now as the USD declines back to 70 on the USD index.

Ultimately i think the USD is toast and could test 40 on the index causing the USD price of Oil and Gold to soar?
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In reply to: leerex on Monday 25/08/08 10:56am

BUY 267m FPO's @ $0.068 - $18m M/C

NWE 218m FPO's @ $0.12 - $26m M/C

With NWE higher equity in Wisteria the leverage is actually the same at current market prices.

Given NWE other assets, imo NWE has less downside risk so is a much better risk/reward than BUY.
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In reply to: wasabibarako on Wednesday 06/08/08 04:04pm

Hi Wasa,

Haven't been around much lately so didn't see your question.

I thought it was was strange that Hartley's did the issue of the converting notes but Mac Bank was the one who took them up?

Anyway the notes have pretty generous terms so they look to be the way to play SUR imo. There seems to be reset clauses on the conversion price so its in the note holders interest to see the price fall. That would be my concern as a shareholder.
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In reply to: db76 on Monday 04/08/08 01:38pm

The way i read it was it was the market was ascribing no value to these part's of the company and hence presenting a value opportunity.

I wouldn't be buying now but do see L/T value at these price. However suspect we will see lower prices over time and the turn around in prices is much further away than people might be anticipating?
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In reply to: wasabibarako on Monday 28/07/08 01:48pm

I just had a scan thru the SUR releases and was surprised to see MQG took 75% of the convertible notes recently issue.

1st impression is don't see this as a possitive for the SUR.
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In reply to: lgrif on Wednesday 30/04/08 05:31pm

After a what looks like a big shake out during june ADI looks like its ready to move up strongly. Next couple of months will be very exciting with high impact NG in the US and a wildcat oil well in AC/P32.

I hold blink.gif
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In reply to: Mork on Friday 27/06/08 04:55pm

I guy called Glenn Neely made the call below back in 2004 that the SP500 would reach and all time high then go into into a multi year bear market. He also said that the lows seen in 2002 would not be taken out in our life time. His call has been spot on using elliot wave in contrast to B.Prechter. Basically ones an inflationist, the other a deflationist
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In reply to: daggie on Friday 27/06/08 04:29pm

B. Prechter has basically been saying this since the 87 crash. Elliot Wave at its core says that markets advance in a five wave and correct in 3 wave pattern and that markets are fractal in nature. In practice its very subjective but practioners have made some very good calls using the method (as do people applying other methods - ure going to get it right sometimes wink.gif )
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In reply to: flower on Thursday 26/06/08 05:10pm

I just found this M3 chart on the Financial Sense website.

If its accurate Helicopter Ben has been hard a work.

I bought a few goldies in recent weeks, but think i'll take some bigger positions.


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In reply to: albion on Thursday 26/06/08 04:13pm

I dipped my toe in the AMU pool today. Agree it looks oversold and looks undervalued. Don't really like the hedging they have and the placement to pay down debt doesn't make much sense to me but i really like there gas assets. NG price has been quietly creeping ever upwards yet is still very cheap relative to oil.
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Posted on: Jun 18 2008, 06:05 PM


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In reply to: db76 on Wednesday 18/06/08 01:28pm

Doran was on lateline business last nite.

I got the impression that he would be very happy merging with AEL and having the AZA take over fail.

Could be a reflection of the the poor AZA share price.
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Posted on: May 23 2008, 12:35 PM


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In reply to: triage on Friday 23/05/08 12:23pm

NWE has been dissapointing but this is the nature of the game. Everything else has been a side show till now - 15% of 180mmbl's is what i've been holding out for all this time biggrin.gif
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Posted on: May 23 2008, 12:12 PM


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Now the fun really begins - late July for Wisteria

ASX/MEDIA RELEASE
23 May 2008
WISTERIA 1 – AC/P 32, TIMOR SEA
Bounty Oil & Gas N.L. (“Bounty”) announces that drilling of the Wisteria 1 well in
the Vulcan Sub Basin; AC/P 32; Ashmore Cartier Region, Timor Sea is on track to
commence in late July, 2008 using the “Western Atlas” rig.
Bounty holds a 10% interest in the well and in this large 1,092 sq km permit.
Bounty is contributing 7.6% to the dry hole cost of Wisteria 1.
Wisteria 1 will test 3 zones for oil with a combined resource potential estimated at
around 180 mmbbls of oil.
Bounty is an Australian ASX listed oil producer and explorer. It is exploring
for oil and gas with a number of high impact projects in Australia. In Tanzania
it is a participant in the recent Kiliwani North gas discovery.
For further information, please contact:
Graham Reveleigh
Chairman
Tel: +617 4033.1805
Email: mining@cairns.net.au
Philip F Kelso
Chief Executive Officer
Tel:+612 9299 7200
Email: geo@bountyoil.com
Website: www.bountyoil.com
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In reply to: Jimmy123 on Monday 12/05/08 03:19pm

Just Released

Press Release

For immediate release: 12 May 2008


EnCore Oil plc ("EnCore" or "the Company")


Cobra Appraisal Well Update


EnCore Oil plc (LSE: EO.) is pleased to announce that the Company's first operated well, the 48/2c-5, 'Cobra' appraisal well on Southern North Sea block 48/2c, has reached total depth of 11,805ft measured depth and wireline logging has been completed.



Analysis of wireline log data suggests that the Rotliegendes Sandstone reservoir is gas-bearing as expected. However, until a full testing programme has been completed there is still uncertainty as to whether this reservoir is capable of delivering significant flow rates. The co-venturers have concluded that the results to date support a decision to flow test the well. It is expected that testing operations will take approximately 14 days subject to operational and weather constraints.



The main objective of the 48/2c-5 well is to establish whether the Rotliegendes Sandstone reservoir is capable of flowing at commercial rates. The well is being drilled up dip from the 48/2-1 well, drilled in 1984, which flowed at 2.7 million cubic feet per day. The original 48/2-1 well was interpreted as having reservoir damage and the Company felt that reservoir performance could be improved by the use of modern drilling and completion techniques.


Alan Booth, Chief Executive Officer, commented:

"We are pleased to have completed the drilling phase of our first operated well, the results so far are in line with our pre-drill expectations. We look forward to the results of the testing programme which will provide critical information about the potential deliverability of the reservoir."


The EnCore operated well is being drilled by the ENSCO 80 jack-up rig and is being managed by Applied Drilling Technology International (ADTI) which has over 20 years' experience in providing 'turnkey' drilling services. EnCore has a 20 per cent. interest, together with co-venturers, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (25 per cent.), Tata Petrodyne Limited (25 per cent.), Norwest Energy (22.5 per cent.) and Challenger Minerals (North Sea) Limited (7.5 per cent.).



Graham Doré B.Sc. (Hons.) in Geology and M.Sc. in Petroleum Geology and EnCore's Exploration Director, who has over 20 years' experience in the oil exploration and production industry, has reviewed and approved the technical information contained in this announcement.


For enquiries, please contact:


EnCore Oil plc www.encoreoil.co.uk

Alan Booth, Chief Executive Officer +44 (0)20 7224 4546

Eugene Whyms, Chief Financial Officer
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Posted on: May 1 2008, 03:55 PM


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Amazing profit forecast for this half +$80m. Some spot sales @ $16mtu with the market very tight & demand growing.

Unfortuneately sold a few in March but still riding the rest. biggrin.gif
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Posted on: Apr 24 2008, 12:44 PM


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This looks an intersesting situation. I bet those hedge fund wizz kids are all long AZA & short NXS due to the merger proposal. With an upcoming high impact well and revised merger terms on the way anyone short NXS could be in trouble?
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Posted on: Apr 24 2008, 10:40 AM


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Also have a small holding in the red but will hang onto them.

My take on this is the buyback was put in place to give ANZ the option of affloading their shares back to RCO. It wouldn't cover all the shares but would go a long way in clearing the overhang.

In the meantime its a stand-off, but in the end ANZ will sell at a big discount because they need the liquidity to sell into.

I'll probably look to buy more once ANZ have sold.
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Posted on: Feb 28 2008, 11:39 AM


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In reply to: fredick on Thursday 28/02/08 11:27am

This looks like a cashflow timing issue - receivables increased by $1m over the period & payables decrease by $350k. ie SEN paid most of there bills on time but are still waiting payment from customers.

the balance sheet looks ok, so if they make there profit forecast cash should increase in the next half.
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Posted on: Feb 22 2008, 09:49 AM


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I'm sure PPT are still selling - there selling has been relentless.
If they want to get rid of all there shares there is still a long way to go.
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Posted on: Feb 20 2008, 11:00 AM


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Looks tempting here for a punt on Schwing#2 with 400ft to go to the primary target.
However AMU have lots of hedging with a cap around $90/bbl so i think this might be holding back the share price.
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Posted on: Dec 6 2007, 09:27 AM


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In reply to: stezz on Thursday 06/12/07 08:55am

I just looked back at the Annual Report and last year the company had EBITDA of $37m.

So an acquisition at x5 EBITDA plus approx net cash of $40m is bang on $0.55 per share.

Pretty good gut feel stezz.
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Posted on: Nov 29 2007, 11:29 AM


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guys,

i saw the trades go thru, looked liked a large parcel being dumped in two goes. lots of small buyers sitting in the market depth that got dumped on.

cheers
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Posted on: Nov 13 2007, 11:10 AM


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the founding director of ARW just now announces he sold his shares early october.

i'd be spitting chips if i was a shareholder thumbdown.gif
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Posted on: Oct 31 2007, 10:22 AM


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Record production, record prices, increased capacity / decreased costs

This stock is an investors wet dream.

Still holding this little beauty and hope others have done well also.
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Posted on: Oct 26 2007, 10:31 AM


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SOT are on record as saying that they are looking at acquisitions but they will not overpay, and if they can't find a good buy they will return money to shareholders.

we all know they are looking at CDR so there's a chance they may get something worthwhile here, but if not maybe a capital return is on the cards.
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Posted on: Oct 9 2007, 03:33 PM


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Datum,

It all leaves a bit of a bad taste in your mouth. I still think this stock has a lot of potential but have come to the conclusion that it will be a good stock for the next bull market! Too much stuff has to get sorted out before shareholders might see a decent return.

I saw in the annual report that BXP now charge ONQ 15% interest for the ever growing loan so a big chunk of the reported profit is this interest, that NEVER gets paid thumbdown.gif

i went back and had a look at the old ONQ annual report and in the notes it says that they have taken a margin loan over there holding in BXP. Given the amount that they also owe BXP you've got to question how this money will ever get repaid?

What irks me the most was the big loan to an undisclosed party that was mentioned in the annual report. Given the amount was a big chunk of the company market cap why this wasn't disclosed previously is very strange.

I see there is another attempt to kick Peter McDougall off the ONQ board. But as the minority shareholders have been treated like mushrooms its pretty hard to know who the good guys & bad guys are.
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Posted on: Sep 19 2007, 11:12 AM


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The final report is out & the telco business made a normalised profit of $12.7m and they have $80m cash of which probably $60m is excess assuming the debt they have now is ok.

This was less than i was looking for on both counts so it seems SOT is fairy valued around these levels.
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Posted on: Sep 17 2007, 10:56 AM


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Hi Fatty,

Using your figures SOT has a EV of $43m (Market Cap minus Cash)

and CDR would how a EV of $340m.

Makes SOT look incredibly cheap - which i think it is. Just have to wait for the final report and the last of the sellers to dry up because of the removal from S&P300 index.
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Posted on: Sep 17 2007, 10:42 AM


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Datum,

Thats a good find. Also BXP tell us that they made $3m from BOPO - assume that there were an average of 10,000 cards for the whole FY and that would be $300 profit per card. No way there making this per card so i think there fudging the figures somehow.
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Hi Farmer Fred,

I've made an assumption that the telco business as a stand alone business is carrying a appropriate level of debt going forward so the $140m is excess cash. I hold management in high regard so i'm fairly confident that the money will be used wisely.

My post was a bit ambiguous so i hope this clarifies my thinking.
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Posted on: Sep 12 2007, 02:06 PM


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Hi anne,

SOT might be worth a look at.

They sold there media division for $250m and after paying off debt and a special dividend have $170m laying idle. I'm guessing that another $30m will go in tax as they made approx $100m profit on the sale.

This leaves a lazy $140m versus a m/c of $215m

For $75m they've got a telco business that made $8m npat on a normalised basis in the first half 07

So for now i'm using $16m full year on $75m giving a p/e of 4.7 after taking out the excess cash. Should be reporting next week so will find out how close to the mark this it.
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Posted on: Sep 7 2007, 03:27 PM


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normc,

equity dilution is the main risk i see also.

the long term debt is a convertable bond and i've actually just finished going thru the amendments that were made during the bond issue. The original conversion price for the bonds was set at $1.32 but during the issue period, amendments were made to the terms that allows the conversion price to be reset on different dates at a much lower conversion price. I think the worst case allowing for conversion and options there could be close to 600m fpo's on issue if the bonds were converted to shares.

too hard to tell imo. like you say next 12mths is key. if they make there projected profit it appears cheap, but any problems and it looks expensive considering the risks.
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Posted on: Sep 5 2007, 01:15 PM


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The IEA is forecasting a period of strongly increasing demand. Given that current supply seems to be around the 85-86mbpd the question is is the supply out there?

I would normally favour a weaker oil price post sept/oct but every now and then these reliable cycles don't happen.
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SOT due to report on 19/09/07

Cheers,
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Posted on: Aug 27 2007, 10:53 AM


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Jack, welcome as a OMH shareholder

$15m profit for the half shows a good turnaround. Dissappointing that Bootu Creek still lost money but the results for the trading division and ferro alloy plant were fantastic. 2nd half should be even better with Bootu Creek becoming profitable and i suspect a really good result from the alloy plant in china, though the trading division won't repeat the extra profit from the sale of the iron ore marketing rights.

Nice to get a dividend, and still happy to hold for the full year results.
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Posted on: Aug 18 2007, 09:47 PM


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I've bought into SLX for the first time on Thur/Fri.

Thanks to everyone on this thread as its seems to be one of the better ones on SS. Very valuable contributions for a stock like this.

Cheers,
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Posted on: Jun 27 2007, 02:17 PM


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alonso,
just had a look at IRM curtesy of MICK 2006 on that thread.

this could be the big magnetite play they are looking at, much cheaper for TFE than anything else

MK & Noble are pretty cagey, so i think theres been a bit of a smoke screen to try and disguise what there really up to. Noble already has offtake agreement with PMA (& CSM) so i'm sure the status quo would suit them just fine.

Still not sure if any of this explains TTY share price strenght? AFR article described the manganese project in Africa as very high grade reserves 4m tonnes @ 58% but no infrastructure & the nearest rail line is 1000km from the project. They are trying to get the world bank to finance a rail line to within 200km to get the project off the ground. The project is also currently owned by a Dubai based group? (MK just got a listing in Dubai for MON!) A stranded mn project that would take 5 years to develop doesn't seem like something that the market would pay up for either?
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Posted on: Jun 25 2007, 01:40 PM


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PMA went into a trading halt at the same time so we could be seeing the first merger as part of TTY's expansion plans?
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Posted on: Jun 14 2007, 09:51 PM


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AFR reported today that Manganese is up 30% in the past week and 240% ytd.

This is looking better all the time, should still be lots of upside left in this one. biggrin.gif
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Posted on: Jun 9 2007, 01:56 PM


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AFR yesterday said Mn spot prices trading between US$5.00 & US$8.50 CIF in China.

I don't know how directors can continue to recommend the bid as a good deal for share holders.

Of course the the bid is a pretty good deal for the directors devilsmiley.gif
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Posted on: Jun 9 2007, 01:51 PM


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AFR yesterday said Mn spot prices trading between US$5.00 & US$8.50 CIF in China

OMH shareholding in TFE is now valued $25m+

I'm putting a value of $60m for the alloy plant and metal trading business. This is probably conservative if you beleive in the stronger for longer China story

The remainder $70m for Bootu Ceek still looks very cheap - i get cash earnings at $100m pa @ US$6.00

Director has been buying on market at $0.69 and the price has been well supported despite the volatility in world markets.

I've been buying in a small way over the last couple of weeks to add to my position - mainly to help me stay in the trade as it can be very tempting to grab profits when the price has gone up so strongly compared to the $0.22 rights issue 5 weeks ago



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Bought a small parcel in this. You've got to love releasing the farmout agreement late friday, i don't know why they didn't hold off until Monday.

Anyway although only an MOU at this stage will this be enough to get the options over the line? Anythings possible so i think its worth having a small at this stage.
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Posted on: May 31 2007, 11:42 AM


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If you think the bubble in china is crazy have a look at this.

The ZSE is up 12,000% for the year. With inflation running at a lowly 1,700+% this would be a pretty handy return!


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There also seems to be a bit of a board room struggle over at ONQ with a call for a meeting to appoint new director's. I suspect this might something to do with the interest in BXP?
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Posted on: May 7 2007, 10:44 AM


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Hayboys,

I got the manganese prices from The Northern Miner

I'v have a hard time finding other priceing info, but they had the manganese price at $2.70 in FEB which ties into the $3.00CIF price that OMH reported in the Annual Report which was for a shipment in February. Since then i've got the managnese price riseing to $3.70 at the end of MAR and $4.70 at the end of APR. They have stated they will ship 180T in the June Qtr so i guess we will have to wait if they can hit the target and at what price.

As for investors selling, i'm only comparing the 2005 top20 to the 2006 top20. the only ones to sell were Westpac / ANZ / Citigroup. I'll leave it to you to make your own conclusions about why they sold.
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Posted on: May 5 2007, 04:40 PM


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The gann research was great to listen to, but the funny thing was i keep on looking for what the oil price actually did in the 70's but they seem to forgot to include it in there research!

As the price went from approx $2 in 1970 to $40 in 1979/80 it seems like one of the best markets to be in back then!
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Posted on: May 3 2007, 12:52 PM


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The xej energy index also broke out to a new ATH yesterday. I think we might start to see more positive sentiment towards the oilers after generally been bashed to really cheap valuations. Those expecting NWE to retrace price-wise like the past could be very dissapointed?
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Posted on: May 3 2007, 12:38 PM


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as i'm waiting for the rights issue shares to appear in my account i had a look at manganese spot prices to see that there up over 100% from 31/12/06

despite the $30m loss last year, the dilution of the share issue, and the doubling of the share price i'm still very bullish.

i suspect part of the reason for the huge fall at the end of last year was insto's dumping as the m/c fell dramatically below $100m. The only big sellers of the top 20 were Westpac, Citigroup, and ANZ. Everyone either maintaned their holding or increased it. If the price gets back up to the $0.50 level it will be interesting to see if the insto's get back on board as the m/c goes back over $100m. Particularly if CSM dissapears from the ASX.

I've got the spot price above $4.50 at the end of April. At this price i've got Bootu Creek earning +$60m cash earnings for a full year at 550k tpa 43%mn & $0.83aud/us and cash cost of $120/T (omh used $105 in a presenation last year). Throw in the trading business which should make +$10m this year on the back of selling the iron ore marketing rights, a profitable alloy plant in China, and the TFE shareholding worth $17m at the current market price of $0.69, OMH still looks a cheap play on the commodities cycle to me.

please DYOR, as this is shameless ramp on my part!
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