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mme
Posted on: Oct 6 2019, 08:20 AM


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A lot of guts and glory if they've held but looks like RAP is now on a winner. If FDA is approved year end early 2020 this IMO is going places big time! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Jun 13 2019, 12:35 PM


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Been a long time coming but finally FGR looked to have the "T"s crossed and the "I"s dotted. Interesting year ahead. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Mar 2 2019, 01:25 PM


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Yep ground hog day again by management! Shame too as like last time it stemmed the apparent positive upward trend! :devilsmiley:Looks like they've shaft the loyal shareholders too with their loyalty options sabotaged after this raising. Can't understand why they just didn't underwrite these options??? biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Feb 22 2019, 07:50 AM


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mme
Posted on: Feb 22 2019, 07:50 AM


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Matter of interest have you or Charles spoken to the Company and asked what their future plans are particularly with share holders of SLA? I take on board previous comments made with regards to the delisting etc. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Feb 20 2019, 06:16 PM


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It's looking good and IMO it still has a lot of mileage to go relative to it's peers! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Nov 16 2018, 08:30 AM


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Company may well of been thought of as smoke and mirrors once before but it looks like Budge has hit the motherlode equivalent of metal 3D printing! devilsmiley.gif
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mme
Posted on: Nov 1 2018, 04:48 AM


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I'm liking that gas flare at T2!! biggrin.gif Very upbeat comments by Scott in the Annual Report. Fingers crossed! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Oct 15 2018, 04:29 PM


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Know within a year's time and probably six months if this will be a multiple bagger! Happy holding as I'm feeling confident. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Oct 8 2018, 06:39 PM


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Great announcement today!! Roll on Christmas!! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Oct 5 2018, 07:01 AM


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Well let's hope it's an early Xmas present for us!! News shortly of what long term share holders have all been waiting for. All positive and we can expect the share price to be many multiples of current levels. Fingers crossed!! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Sep 28 2018, 07:49 AM


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Good chance to promote the recent achievements but went with as you said nothing to see! biggrin.gif Seeing some nice accumulation so I'm tipping the price won't dip too much and might even travel back over a buck again today! My thoughts only. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Sep 27 2018, 07:46 AM


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Nice run on this one! Be interested to see whether $1 can be breached in the next week or two as the word gets out of their latest achievements! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Sep 20 2018, 10:15 PM


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Yes mate further grants and a couple of million of dollars of options well in the money due to be excised before years end. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Sep 18 2018, 06:50 PM


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This look s to be big for A3D. Market hasn't woken up to the news yet but if the A3D have cracked the mother lode in this area this is big!! biggrin.gif Happy holding and will wait to see what the next three or so months bring. I'm tipping a t/o offer before it gets too much further and costs way way more assuming and it appears the A3D team have accomplished what they and share holders have been waiting for. biggrin.gif biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Sep 17 2018, 05:08 PM


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Yep positive news, time to add to holdings me thinks!! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Jun 2 2018, 08:56 AM


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Lost my dough on this one!! Did look good on paper but looks can sometimes be deceiving? Luckily it wasn't a sheep station unlike it appears unfortunately some others than have been indicated in the bank/financial institution findings. grrr.gif
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mme
Posted on: Jun 2 2018, 08:52 AM


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Sit tight now with this one IMO! Looks like they've got the goods. Bit early on selling SEH but still can't complain given my initial purchase price. Can't help but feel RLE will be taken out probably by the neighbour. As usual please do your own research. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: May 14 2018, 09:48 AM


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Talk about a shock!! RIP!!
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mme
Posted on: Mar 27 2018, 05:05 AM


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Now renamed BAT and has been flying under the radar until recently. Licence granted, off takes in place with potentially one more to go and an interesting market cap relative to peers. Options if they can get them into the money will assist dramatically with financing. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Feb 28 2018, 12:58 PM


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Been a bit of a dark horse in this area as timelines weren't previously met. I have a reasonable holding as I believe this has much further to go. BEST battery tech, Firestop and now the Haydale production plant successfully up and running. That battery technology I particularly like. What's fair value well who knows but imo this stock should be a lot higher than current levels and given further announcements pending hopefully the previous high of 21 cents will be soon surpassed! As usual pdyor. biggrin.gif Ad in the AFR today as well! The only question which I brought up long while ago is the mining aspect from the Company as news here to me seems rather limited. Hopefully the half yearly will touch on this!!
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mme
Posted on: Jan 9 2018, 08:57 AM


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Looks like some are smoking the THC component given the matching anticipated open!! Market cap of what around 150 million, really!! devilsmiley.gif
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mme
Posted on: Dec 7 2017, 08:42 AM


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Has your friend been buying?? Nice announcement this morning! Looks like we maybe in for a big big 2018!! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Dec 5 2017, 01:02 PM


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Not mucking about! Market just doesn't seem to like this stock as this really shows IMO they have finally got their ---t together! You look at the market caps of other graphene players and check FGR'S out??? biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Dec 4 2017, 12:27 PM


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"Also, some hot Asian money is about to enter the stock."

As Pauline says, Please explain! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Nov 28 2017, 03:56 PM


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In fairness to management they really didn't give enough time initially for those wanting to purchase options! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Nov 11 2017, 07:58 AM


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Ironically imo this Company has validated itself with this recent signing and should be trading higher than it's current level which it was well and truly 12 months or so back when this was non-binding and A3D were not as advanced! Don't expect it to be at it's previous dizzy height highs but imo it could sure have a 2 at the front of it's share price. This is particularly warranted imo if SFP sales drastically increase before year's end and further partnerships announced over the coming months. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Nov 8 2017, 05:56 PM


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Must be you and I the only ones following on this site?? Nice volume and rise again today! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Nov 6 2017, 07:16 PM


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Nice announcement today! biggrin.gif

http://auroralabs3d.com/wp-content/uploads...tion-centre.pdf
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mme
Posted on: Oct 11 2017, 04:46 PM


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Bizarre and shows the inconsistency in this area at present. Market cap relative to RLE yet where is GAS at this stage?? biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Oct 8 2017, 07:08 AM


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Well it's potentially those cobalt percentages plus the possible size of the deposit that has got me on this one not Tolga though he appears to have the midas touch!

As for the hearts brigade to be honest I really don't follow any of them. I do have one person I have a lot of time for and he posts on here as well. As with this site I go to HC to see what's being discussed. I also have a fair idea who is switched on in the particular field of a stock and like with here, trust my instincts as to who appear credible or knowledgeable posters on HC. biggrin.gif


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mme
Posted on: Oct 7 2017, 05:59 AM


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Well from my point of view my own research got me into this when it came up on my radar in the low to mid 6's. The story is compelling and yes even though those people are involved, they certainly look to have the colbalt goods of which the current drilling will or not confirm those impressive grades. If they are found to be there then the strike length indicated assuming similar grades could be mammoth! Does it deserve the current market cap well?? biggrin.gif At the end of the day, I'm hear like everyone else to make money. If I'm left holding the parcel when the music stops well so be it! Statistically plenty do!! The hearts along others on HC plus also people on this site have certainly assisted me in find new unknown stocks to me which have resulted in money be made! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Oct 6 2017, 03:35 PM


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Still no talk on this one??? biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Oct 4 2017, 05:24 PM


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Well maybe there maybe some credence in what the stock has on offer!! Certainly has had a huge run in recent times and I look forward to the results from the upcoming drilling. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Oct 2 2017, 06:29 AM


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Scary if that statistic is remotely correct!! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Sep 19 2017, 10:34 AM


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From my limited TA experience it looks that way! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Sep 17 2017, 08:04 AM


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Quiet achiever. ALBERS and the team getting on with the job. Not too long until the oil sales come along and we get news from OXX'S perspective as to the final expenditure which went from 130 ish million down to 90 ish million overall and the flow on to OXX!! Too cheap imo at current levels! As usual pdyor before buying/selling. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Sep 17 2017, 07:59 AM


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Or maybe you could add RLE to your stable. Not to cross promote but I'm still shocked at the difference between BUL and RLE'S market cap!! The issue with RLE is though the latest release reads promisingly, people want flow rates! Having said that, plenty more area to explore. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Sep 8 2017, 05:56 AM


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Yes that does look nice from my limited experience.

Funny stock this one and held years back back it was like watching paint dry! Fundamentally imo it's too high priced relative to RLE or RLE is dirt cheap! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Aug 24 2017, 09:14 AM


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Yep exactly! Why would anyone buy merely on what a person says on a share site. Rocks in their head!! biggrin.gif Having said that, the share sites offer valuable incite into stocks I may not of even known or contemplated!
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mme
Posted on: Aug 12 2017, 06:31 AM


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Never read those but though I feel for them, I ask why would you do it with this type of stock? Again why didn't they free carry at the very least? biggrin.gif My answer maybe in that the Australian results we impressive so the thinking was the US would be similar. Still personally there's no way I'd risk those sort of money on this type of stock! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Aug 9 2017, 06:57 PM


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Profit wise yes I was today. Luckily still in front on my original purchase which I was free carried on. Unfortunately others aren't who I sympathize with today if they sold. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Aug 3 2017, 02:16 PM


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All the best! Unfortunately I have succumbed somewhat to HC as this site appears sadly imo stale. As you say, it maybe better some went across there and whether or not I'm in that category, I find both sites helpful in wealth creation once you sort the good from the bad! You might find your interest will increase with retirement!! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Aug 2 2017, 12:33 PM


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Yep had that 2nd largest volume day ever recently and now discreetly it appears dribs and drabs. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Aug 2 2017, 12:32 PM


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Hopefully a healthy working LFP! LOL! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Aug 1 2017, 07:19 PM


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Fairly common with stock for this to happen in both directions. To me, this one is being accumulated at present. Has given people who believe the story a bit longer to get set after yesterday's release put the time lines expected before year's end out to early and the second quarter of next year. Still some news before end calendar year 2017 but the hugely anticipated news within 9 months! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Jul 14 2017, 04:48 PM


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Think you'll find escrowed provisions for him. Positive today is A3D'S market cap is based now on about 10 per cent less shares!!
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mme
Posted on: Jul 5 2017, 10:39 PM


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Yep I'll eat humble pie on this one going sub a dollar! Having said that, imo with the assumption they prove the LFP/MFP it's a steal at these levels. As usual dyor.
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mme
Posted on: Jun 2 2017, 10:46 AM


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Down to the gritty end now!! Finally! Costs coming in substantially lower and I'm wondering what Petronas plans are with this one?? biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Jun 2 2017, 10:44 AM


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Like to see what the raising is done at but I took some money off the table with TLG recently namely around 2/3's of my holding. Currently have in share amounts around 80/20 ratio FGR being the higher amount. Do like the most recent presentation on the 31st of May by Mark though. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: May 22 2017, 06:07 AM


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Now the OB'S are sorted hopefully we may see some upward movement. Actually preferring this to TLG for % share price appreciation. Quite interesting comparative about best battery on the other site (Skeleton SC)! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: May 15 2017, 04:09 PM


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Our day in the sun has come!! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: May 6 2017, 08:58 AM


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Why were you hoping on getting some sub a dollar mate! LOL!! In 6 to 12 months or maybe even less we will be a 10 dollar plus stock imo if the LFP is proven or somewhere sub a dollar if the Company doesn't! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: May 1 2017, 11:13 AM


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Don't know whether you are still following Nipper but I found the Quarterly one of the most upbeat I read!! Surprised that some of their accomplishments mentioned weren't price sensitive in earlier announcements! Bought more this morning. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Apr 30 2017, 08:56 AM


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Yep I've enjoyed the ride and think it's rather heady at these levels. Only have 20% of my initial holding and have been focusing on FGR. Interesting comparative on the other site by Warwick Grigor who at this point appears to have backed the wrong horse (selling his stake in TLG) but I believe he maybe about to change that with his investment in FGR. Time will tell. smile.gif
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mme
Posted on: Mar 30 2017, 04:49 AM


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Interesting you say that! Have a look at the FGR announcement yesterday! biggrin.gif

Here's a part of it and note point 2::

Commencing late in 2016, FGR has been in discussion with a number of parties from
a range of companies and institutions that have made enquiries as to the availability
of samples of graphene for testing in their manufacturing enterprises. Some of these
companies have already been using graphene sourced from either their own facilities
or from third parties, while others have just started to consider whether they may
benefit from using graphene in their process. So far FGR has received enquiries and
some introductory sales from businesses involved in;
• Automotive manufacturing
• Aeronautics
• Paint manufacturers
• Polymer producers and masterbatch preparation companies
The processing of signing confidentiality agreements and the dispatching of
samples, usually in the range of one to five kilograms, can take up to several months
before feedback is obtained. It is only after this has occurred that the Company will
be able to start to negotiate commercial supply contracts. So far the feedback has
only been positive. Directors are optimistic that it will secure a number of off-take
agreements during 2017, the first of which will no doubt be a significant milestone.
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mme
Posted on: Mar 28 2017, 05:17 AM


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Bought some more yesterday. Yep you are right the BP debacle has certainly had a negative effect on the share price but the presentation is definitely showing positive signs that A3D is on the cusp of something big!!! Time will tell. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Mar 24 2017, 09:33 AM


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Still holding this one as I see good potential. Arty what are you thoughts chartwise? Looks to me as if it's about to head north nicely! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Mar 20 2017, 02:12 PM


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Looks like another to add to the list. ZYB is cooking today about the sniff of a cannabis proposition. Might have some merit as peter WALL is associated with the Company (MMJ) biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Mar 15 2017, 12:49 PM


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Snooping around these type of gas plays and completely forgot this one! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Mar 15 2017, 10:45 AM


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Yep at least this one (MMJ) has some substance!! Good to see the regulators watching SCU!! Not!! Not the IPO for THC closed early too! Gotta love catch words! Graphite, lithium, colbalt, cannabis!
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mme
Posted on: Mar 15 2017, 10:03 AM


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1.2 cents!!
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Posted on: Mar 15 2017, 10:03 AM


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I'm just watching the share price of the year occur in bewilderment with SCU!! biggrin.gif 1.2 to $1.08 in two days and on what!!
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mme
Posted on: Mar 14 2017, 06:36 PM


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Well the most stupid reaction was SCU today!! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Feb 28 2017, 06:50 AM


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Yeah probably basically the four beginners before everyone wanted to join the party,

EQU, COB, CNJ, BAR. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Feb 27 2017, 06:18 PM


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You could add CNJ and BAR too Nipper. Cheers. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Feb 23 2017, 09:43 AM


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I note MLM is having a bit of a run today. It appears a bit of a forgotten horse in the colbalt stable! rolleyes.gif
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mme
Posted on: Feb 15 2017, 04:59 PM


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Whatever happened to King Baz? biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Feb 15 2017, 06:30 AM


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Bit like SLA in the old days! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Feb 11 2017, 07:10 AM


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Yeah don't know about that! Does Queensland still have a ban? It is odd and as I mentioned since the start of the month small volumes have pushed it to it's amazing current levels.

Best one imo in this space which hasn't really moved even though they are in the right state which could probably do with this alternate power source given all the issues they have is BOE. They have great cash costs etc. existing infrastructure and little start up costs as well as further potential large upgrades. Maybe the only down side is how long they may take to get underway? biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Feb 10 2017, 07:49 PM


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Yeah sorry should of used exhibit as opposed to a presentation. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Feb 10 2017, 02:56 PM


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News due through sometime in Feb probably towards the end. Doing some presentations in New York also mid March. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Feb 10 2017, 01:23 PM


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Looks like $4 is coming a bit quicker than I thought! The buyer has been pretty impressive in accumulating over recent weeks given they don't have too much fre float available to them and those who are in a position to sell seem to be waiting for news due towards the end of the month! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Feb 10 2017, 01:17 PM


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Long time since anyone spoke about this one. Pissy volume but gee it's had a stellar run since the start of the month! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Feb 8 2017, 03:41 PM


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New finishing high today! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Feb 8 2017, 03:40 PM


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Interesting you mention cobalt! TLG may also have this gem up their sleeve as well thought I hope their focus is on graphite/graphene! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Jan 28 2017, 08:22 AM


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I suppose yes a free pass, but then it was what 11 cents very recently ( the week before)! Nice finish and trading yesterday which though I'm no TA expert would to me indicate further northward movement next week! biggrin.gif Oppies trading at a discount!
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mme
Posted on: Jan 24 2017, 02:10 PM


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Timing for a capital raising was shite!! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Jan 24 2017, 06:49 AM


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Pay-per-print
! Aurora intends to develop software allowing
customers to search an online store of part
designs and specifications.
! The store would allow customers to buy a one-
off or multi print license to manufacture parts or
components from an OEM.
! The software is intended to allow print build
monitoring and shape conformity to allow
certification of parts as meeting design criteria.


Very smart idea. Will know in one to two months time whether we'll remain around current levels or lower or head over $5 imo! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Jan 23 2017, 03:18 PM


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Hi Arty. What's the chart indicating after today's action?? Some big numbers went through in the first 10 or so minutes this morning? biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Jan 21 2017, 11:03 AM


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Seem to have interests in similar stocks!

As per your comments on FGR, who would of thought coughing into a mobile phone app may lead to a medical innovation!! biggrin.gif I sure as hell didn't until I consulted with my doctor at the time and though skeptical picked up some RAP shares which I haven't sold yet at around 4 cents. biggrin.gif

http://medcitynews.com/2017/01/can-smartph...-rival-doctors/
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mme
Posted on: Jan 21 2017, 10:56 AM


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As you have probably already gathered this along with TLG and HZR are my picks and I have apportioned my holdings in each as to what I think their successes maybe! biggrin.gif
Have a lot of time for WG and even though FGR had a set back with their mining in Sri Lanka, they have certainly redeem themselves to a certain extent imo with these recent announcement! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Jan 21 2017, 10:42 AM


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Also taken from the other site (thanks to those who posted the links/stories). Again I don't think the market really appreciated the magnitude of this particular announcement imo! Holding both the mains and options. biggrin.gif


http://www.miningnews.net/operations/techn.../?adfesuccess=0

WHEN Andrew Forrest stood up at Celtic Mining club in Perth back in 2003 and spoke of his iron ore ambitions, it's fair to say those that thought he would succeed competing against BHP and Rio Tinto made up a tiny, tiny minority. Some 14 stunning FMG years later and Forrest’s former business partner from the early-1990s, Warwick Grigor, has similarly lofty ambitions.
Michael Quinn
20 Jan 2017
5:40

As chairman of ASX-junior First Graphite, Grigor wants to be involved with development and commercialisation of the world’s “best” batteries – as in the so-called Bolt Electric Storage Technology battery.

To paraphrase from the company’s press release, First Graphite is backing an energy storage device that weighs only 10% of the current batteries, is chemical free, can recharge in a fraction of the time, and can do it for 10 times as many cycles.

In other words, a revolutionary new battery (or energy storage device), “especially suitable for small electronic devices, such as those that currently use AA style batteries, but could also eventually provide reliable energy storage for a wide range of applications”.

The technology involves graphene which accounts for FGR’s interest.

Not to mention the requirement for cash.

FGR will commit an initial $A700,000 to a company called Kremford that has apparently being working on the technology with Melbourne’s Swinburne University.

FGR will have an interest of 60% in Kremford following a further $1.3 million investment, and is to issue the private company shares and options.

FGR also suggested the two parties believe it possible that the private company can ultimately be acquired 100%.

What the arrangement is between Kremford and Swinburne hasn’t yet been disclosed.

Meanwhile FGR has readily acknowledged the challenge.

“FGR is aware that many research organisations are working on obtaining the improvements the University has demonstrated, but the unique differences that relate to the simplified production process and the technique to facilitate the greatly improved energy density capacity are distinguishing features with the BEST Battery,”
the ASX-company said.

“The university has applied for patents covering these technological advances.”

FGR managing director Craig McGuckin summed it all succinctly.

“While there is still work required to prove the commerciality, and thus some risk, the potential rewards could be stunning.”

And some!

Shares in FGR were up 9% to 12c late Friday, capitalising the company at $37 million.

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And another link:

http://www.news.com.au/finance/business/br...47a8196b8a7c933
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mme
Posted on: Jan 21 2017, 10:07 AM


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Melua posted these two links from the other site:

https://3dprint.com/162342/aurora-labs-worleyparsons-terms/

https://thewest.com.au/business/startup/aur...t-ng-b88361532z


Must admit I'm already thrilled where this has gone but imo there has still away to go! Haven't sold any of mine yet! biggrin.gif
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Another positive announcement today! Like that they'll be issuing 10 million options on the same terms as the FGROB!! Shows confidence IMO! biggrin.gif
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Very significant announcement in respect of graphite supply this week. The cost of the initial graphite relative to end graphene product is worth noting what at least ten fold and more. They now have two years supply until they sort out their own mines. This imo is now ahead of TLG whom I still like!! biggrin.gif
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Nice article in yesterday's AFR about SEH!! Some nice de risked valuations being bounded about too!! biggrin.gif Happy holding as I luckily got pretty much the low.
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Nice trade from high 6's to high 7's. biggrin.gif
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So the big question now is it a good buying opportunity as part of what was released will have a short term flow on effect and given current share price? biggrin.gif I still find it amazing that the Chinese are prepared to pay up to $15 a litre for premium milk!!
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What baby formula!! LOL! biggrin.gif
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That's what I mean. He mentioned bugger all? Could be an interesting 2017 though for FGR. biggrin.gif
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It's a shame WG didn't really touch on the mining!! Certainly has huge potential if things go to plan! biggrin.gif Holding mains and options.
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Under 40 million market cap! Market is a funny place sometimes??? biggrin.gif
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Appears unlisted. biggrin.gif
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Nice announcement this morning. Market likes it too! biggrin.gif
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It's actually the after hours announcement on Friday! Well worth reading imo! biggrin.gif
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Nice after hours announcement: biggrin.gif Some big news due before year's end along with this so enjoying the ride. Haven't sold one yet and no intention at this point.

http://imagesignal.commsec.com.au/docserve...mRlbGF5ZWQuanNw
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Also:

We have completed the preparation of the Laser Product Report for the FDA–CDRH which is currently being submitted for evaluation. We are currently compiling the Technical
Files for CE Mark for submission that we anticipate will be completed very soon. Shipments to the USA can commence after receipt for review by the FDA which we expect will be within the next week. Shipments to the EU can commence after the relevant authorisations that we anticipate will be received within eight weeks of final submission[/u]. biggrin.gif


"Shipments to the USA can commence after receipt for review by the FDA which we expect will be within the next week. Shipments to the EU can commence after the relevant authorisations that we anticipate will be received within eight weeks of final submission" biggrin.gif biggrin.gif
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Certainly has been. Wondering whether we'll bounce off here or will it continue to be manipulated in this dollarish to 1.20ish range? biggrin.gif
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Your last sentence sums it up! Cusp of a new product that has apparently phenomenal benefits in various uses but the problem to date has been the ability to produce sufficient quantities at an affordable price both by the producer and end user! If they both snag a decent contract for an end user watch out!! biggrin.gif
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Pinched from the other site but absolutely brilliant for an explanation imo! (Thanks Will Graham) biggrin.gif

From the Far East Capital report over the weekend.

The difference between flake graphite and vein graphite:
There seems to be some confusion as to what FGR is really doing and where it fits into a competitive market, so I will explain it one more time. The Sri Lankan vein graphite is a premium product that is very different to all the flake graphite markets. Everywhere else in the world a graphite mine starts with a grade of between 5% and 15% (with some exceptions). The ore has to be mined and run through a processing plant that could cost anywhere from $50m to $200m, depending on scale. The low grade ore has to be concentrated into a saleable product, usually > 95% TGC. This can involve many steps beginning with crushing and grinding, followed by multiple stages of flotation, concentration and regrinding to remove impurities while at the same time trying not to reduce flake size below acceptable sizes. Some mines will require a further chemical-based stage to clean out the remaining deleterious elements before a saleable product is achieved.

Commissioning risk of large scale plants:
All of these steps cost money and can require very precise process management. Success in a laboratory, under very controlled conditions, is much easier than trying to do it in a commercial size operation. This scaling up will challenge any new mine and not all mines will be successful. A critical point that all investors in the new wave of flake graphite hopefuls need to understand is there is virtually no experience in building and operating graphite mines in any ASX listed company. It is a steep, and probably expensive, learning curve. Never overlook commissioning risk.

Converting graphite concentrates to graphene:
Once a saleable graphite concentrate of 96-99% has been produced it is ready for the market. It may also be used for graphene production by applying a number of processing methods. The preferred process and the quality of the graphene will depend upon the metallurgical characteristics of the graphite concentrate. Not all processes are commercially or environmentally acceptable even if they are technically possible. The most cost effective and environmentally safe method is electrochemical exfoliation. The important point to remember is that it will be an expensive process for a flake graphite producer to upgrade its material before it can even consider the next step of making graphene. It won’t be worth it.

Vein graphite circumvents all of the concentrating costs:
Vein graphite comes out of the ground at 95% +. Natural processes have taken care of all the enrichment and concentrating steps referred to above so that a vein graphite miner doesn’t have to spend all that money building an expensive treatment plant. It doesn’t have to move millions of tonnes of ore and waste so its operating costs will be much lower. The trade-off is that tonnages are smaller in narrow high-grade mines, and the JORC standard is not compatible with narrow high-grade mines (ask any high-grade underground gold producer), but that shouldn’t worry an operator who is dealing with much higher profit margins. The objective should not be to become the biggest gorilla in the sector. It should be to earn the best return on capital at the lowest capital and operating cost risk. If a company can achieve this, it will minimise financing dilution and it will be able to avoid punishing debt on the balance sheet. Shareholders will own the mines, not the banks.

FGR is the only vein graphite company that is delivering:
As a vein graphite miner FGR is very different to all of the flake graphite companies. It is currently developing the first three shafts in Sri Lanka and will soon have saleable, 95% TGC product from it own mines. In the interim it has secured a third party supply of like-for-like product so that it can push ahead with securing customers, not dependent upon the rate of own mine development. At this ultra-high grade you could say that this is like dealing with a concentrate, but it is the run-of-mine (ROM) product. It won’t have any of the metallurgical issues or deleterious materials though, that come from the underlying geology of flake deposits. Mining underground does require more specialist skills, and the development of shafts and underground workings can throw up engineering challenges along the way, but experienced operators know how to handle these. Narrow vein underground mining is expensive in Australia due to very high labour costs but in a country like Sri Lanka there is a distinct cost competitive advantage. There is something further that needs to be understood about vein graphite. It is a very different commodity to flake graphite and flake graphite concentrates. It has unique high end properties that occur due to the crystalline nature and the very high temperatures at which it forms. It has only recently been learnt that vein graphite includes several different crystal types. Mesoporous graphite is a type that could offer breakthrough superconductor capabilities. This offers new openings that are yet to be fully understood or appreciated.

FGR’s process for making graphene is the most efficient:
All of the above comments relate to graphite. Now I will explain succinctly the process of conversion to graphene and the cost advantages with FGR’s graphene production cell. FGR can take its ROM ore and place it in the graphene cell. In a one step process over a 24 hour period it can convert approximately 80% of the graphite into graphene with average platelets sizes of 40-60 microns. This is much larger than the typical 3-5 micron size for CVD graphene, the primary source of graphene production in industry to date. The larger size makes the graphene easier to handle and easier to engineer. Perhaps the simplicity of the process has to be seen to be believed. When scientists already involved in graphene are told about it for the first time they are usually astounded by the simplicity and the very low cost. The production cell costs no more than a small car. The capital cost is minimal. There is no need for units that cost hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars. The physical size is small enough to fit it into a tiny room. It is easy to transport. It can be added on to any production facility that wants to add graphene to its products without any major reconfiguration required. Thus it is very user friendly. The graphene initially comes out in layers of three to ten layers in thickness, but if you want single layer thick graphene, the ultimate 2D material, FGR can run it through a secondary processing step to achieve that size. There is nothing magical about the process other than the fact that it works (if you have the right feedstock). There is another ASX listed company that is using a similar methodology but the feedstock ore runs at 24% TGC, compared to the 95% grade for the vein graphite. The different metallurgy and the presence of other materials in the ore give much lower yields to graphene of about 10%, compared to 80% with the vein graphite. That means for each tonne of ore that the other company treats it recovers only 20-30 kg of graphene. The vein graphite gives you 800 kg per tonne, which leads to enormous savings in material handing and capital costs for the vein graphite.

It is all about the economics:
At the end of the day the winner in the graphene production race will be the lowest cost operator (after the technical quality issues have been satisfactorily addressed). FGR is in an enviable position. It should be able to make good profits from a standard graphite mining operation, producing and selling high value product for which there is no risk of oversupply. FGR is positioning itself to have a commanding position in the supply curve as the lowest cost supplier. The super profits will come from the graphene side of the business. We know that the graphene business is embryonic. It needs the development of more applications, particularly bulk use applications, before momentum really gets going, but all around the world scientists and industry are working to make it happen. The availability of high quality low cost graphene, such as that which FGR can supply, will greatly accelerate the commercialisation of graphene. It doesn’t rely on FGR alone to develop applications. Any progress elsewhere, by any other organisation, will have positive implications for FGR. Its graphene probably won’t be suitable for very expensive high end applications, that can afford to pay CVD prices, but that shouldn’t matter. FGR is at the start of a very steep growth curve covering the entire value chain from mine to market. FGR is not a cyclical stock that will be popular today and in the doldrums tomorrow. This is a growth stock that will benefit from structural changes in the development of industry materials over many decades. It is the stock you buy and hold to get a position in the future of materials. It is not a question of “if” as much as “when”. How steep will the growth curve be and how rapidly will it develop?

Some comments on terminology:
One point that might need clarification concerns purities and grades. When you are talking about measures of purity or grades you are talking about graphite. A quoted grade refers to the graphitic content in ore. When you concentrate the ore you get a concentrate grade, which is also a purity measure, but when you get to this point you need to know more about what the impurities comprise. You need to know how problematic those last few percentage points will be in terms of contamination and possible compromising deleterious elements. When you talk about graphene, it is either graphene or it isn’t. There isn’t really a grade or purity measure. An exfoliated graphene batch might have a small percentage of incompletely formed graphene, represented by micrographitic particles, which are incidental and not an impediment to the application. Graphene measure is all about quality and size. Graphene can be single layer in thickness or that thickness could extend right up to ten layers. Another parameter to consider is the size of the graphene platelets. They can be small at 3-5 microns in size (length/width), or they can be as big as 100 microns. Further, a very important measure is the level of defects. Different methods of production, and different raw material sources, will give varying defects that will affect whether it is suitable for purpose or not. Raman spectroscopy is used to measure defects.
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Good second post and welcome to SS!!

How long's a piece of string? Haven't sold any of mine yet and though frustrating the share price is hovering around this range no doubt awaiting for updates. biggrin.gif
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Not an eyebrow raised from yesterday's announcement! Had it been the year 2008!!
I'm quite happy, well happy as you can be with these types of play (oil/gas) that they maybe on a winner. Know in a week or two. As usual pdyor!! biggrin.gif
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Yep holding on tight to my holding. IMO this has a way to go yet even at these levels. biggrin.gif
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Nice new high yesterday! Certainly has moved up nicely! biggrin.gif
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No talk on this one which is now AVL! Sold the mains and now holding only the options. Took a bit longer than I would of like but it eventually fired!! biggrin.gif
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Enjoy your break Arty!! biggrin.gif
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Enjoy your break Arty!! biggrin.gif
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News coming? biggrin.gif
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Latest BRR makes for an interesting listen. If you don't have time for all the nine minutes tune in from the 8 minute mark. This quarter appears to be a defining moment! biggrin.gif
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Liking the consolidation with increasing price on this one! biggrin.gif
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MSC alias MSM reached a new high yesterday on good volume! Love that sell depth! biggrin.gif
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I wonder if they have some positive news regarding the units? biggrin.gif

Graphene Production Unit Nearing Completion
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Positive good announcement this morning! The results are compelling imo! biggrin.gif
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Believe David is in the air at present returning from overseas. biggrin.gif
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Yep I'll admit I got sucked in!! As I said put it down to experience. Luckily had many others that well and truely covered the losses. biggrin.gif
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Yeah I got out earlier in the year! Put this one down to experience! biggrin.gif
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H'mmm?? biggrin.gif
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Well certainly keeps going gangbusters! biggrin.gif
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Interesting BRR!! This could turn out to be a serious gold play! biggrin.gif
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Giddy up! T/H which appears positive news and one of the main catalysts for this to gallop past previous highs! We wait and see? biggrin.gif
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Nice rise yesterday and again today! biggrin.gif
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Channel 9 news article on RESAPP tonight! biggrin.gif
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Might be half of that now for WG but aggressive buying yesterday in TLG! Wonder how many more he wants to offload if anymore? Note FGR and KNL also went gangbusters! Though no chartist FGR looks set to move nicely of the 10 cent level!? biggrin.gif
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Keep talking to myself about the stock of the year for me! Another year high on good volume and note a spec buy article in one of the rags! biggrin.gif
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Got a few mentions in the newspapers towards the end of this week! Some further significant steps not recognised by the general market! Haven't bought anymore until WG offloads whatever he still wants to get rid of. Rough calculations leaves him with 3.5 millionish! Happily holding this and WG'S baby FGR. Both imo are destined for big things! biggrin.gif
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Nicely past! Let's see where it goes this time? biggrin.gif
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Be interested to see whether the assault on this level for the second time in recent times will continue on? biggrin.gif
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Bought a few more! Will accumulate further as the milestones are being met! Looks like finally CDG'S day has come! biggrin.gif

Not unreasonable to see a ten plus bagger from here if it all falls into place. As usual pdyor! biggrin.gif
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Well the fraccings done! Some impatient people off loaded a few! Might be a blessing in disguise for them or a really bad decision and one they may regret come Monday morning or later through next week!! biggrin.gif

The Company expects to carry out the flow back and test the gas flows shortly and will advise of the initial results as soon as they become available.
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Bugger all volume but nice to be up at 15 cents! biggrin.gif
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Bugger all volume but nice to be up at 15 cents! biggrin.gif
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No chart man but this seems to be playing beautifully for a new high! biggrin.gif
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Update today! 2 to 4 weeks hopefully we'll have an idea as to how big it is?! biggrin.gif
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Interesting overall financials on the two especially Fonterras! biggrin.gif

I can't but help think about banks and petrol prices if you get my drift!!
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Key is now when does it become a buying opportunity ie. when does what appears to be a major shareholder finish his/her selling?? biggrin.gif
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Resurrected to TV2 and looking the goods ever so slowly! TH with a joint venture agreement on the table. biggrin.gif
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Let's see if Mr 700000 is Real (pardon the pun!) at 12 cents! biggrin.gif
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Well it's a bit hard to say anything at this stage because we don't know the size of the raising or price! With regards to how much in front they would be, well they paid in 2012 to double their holding to around current levels around a 9th of a cent as I read it. biggrin.gif
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No talk of this one. About to test new highs! biggrin.gif
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Unless of course they sell some above the raising price (assuming it remains above this) and lock in some profit and buy with the proceeds! biggrin.gif
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Did you buy the oppies Arty? Gusty move! biggrin.gif
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SEH getting a nice prod today! Some largish buys! biggrin.gif
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Not much to hold this baby back! Nicely been accumulated in recent days!

I wonder whether the Company will just go about their business and then into a trading halt once results are known?
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I thought it was odd someone buying 2.5 million options first thing yesterday! 1.5 cent excise in Dec of this year! Has to be a very very promising project to get them over the line! biggrin.gif
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Well this maybe the announcement that is one of the main catalysts for this stock. Must admit I put my toe in and will wait t see whether I'll place my 11.5 foot in it!!! biggrin.gif
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Double figures now! Sweet! Half cent increments! biggrin.gif
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As I posted before "pure arse" I'm on this one as it was by default but enjoying the ride! biggrin.gif
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Nice finish to the day! Another new high! biggrin.gif
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They need money for the quarter activities looking at the Friday release! Hopefully they have news of funding! biggrin.gif
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Just getting primed for the Melbourne Cup mate!! LOL! biggrin.gif

It appears to me that they certainly seem confident of a positive outcome!?
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Nice comment from the Quarterly this morning! biggrin.gif Big money for the Company if this occurs!

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The permitting required for the Company’s PASS Management Project at the Nagambie Mine is progressing positively.Nagambie Resources now expects full permittingin mid CY 2016.xThe potential scale of the Nagambie PASS Project is:™Total Capacity to Store PASS Under Water: 6.2 Million Tonnes™Potential Storage per Year: 1.0 Million Tonnes™Comparative Market Storage Charge: Over $140 per Tonne™Nagambie Resources’ Storage Charge: Commercially Less than $140 per Tonne
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Announcement with the sale sparked some interest yesterday! In real terms if you consider the sale price what's SEH worth 15 plus cents?? biggrin.gif
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Merely for a day trade that's all. Obviously it's been derisked somewhat by that announcement but still a little way to go! As I said once before if they do as they say I'm happy to pay double or more what you did! biggrin.gif
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Still a few things to be undertaken but a whole lot more promising after this announcement! Missed the buy opportunity this morning! biggrin.gif
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And there we have it a nice breakout! biggrin.gif
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And there we have it a nice breakout! biggrin.gif
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Well I must say these guys are impressive at marketing! Presentation today with the main focus on the new lithium project and a few pages for the graphite! Certainly have allowed people to make some money from the recent rise in share price. Not this black duck though!! biggrin.gif Good luck to those who choose to invest in this one! I still loved the day this went ballistic on the graphite announcement last year. Couldn't actually recall a stock in my years on the stock market doing what SYA did that day!!
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Relentless buying of what small amounts are available on market. Didn't think we'd see a dollar for awhile but looks like it may come sooner than I thought! Great disruptive technology if they're successful in scaling up! biggrin.gif
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Options now at the current share price level of the mains would nearly have to be the best or at least one of the best performers of the year! Assumption of a 1 cent for a 45 to 50 cents return! biggrin.gif
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Yep you don't have to go to far on the ASX to see what has happened to the share price of some with a hell of a lot less funds in the kitty. If they pick the right project we should see some nice share price appreciation from here! biggrin.gif
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Just under 8 million in the kitty versus market cap of around 4 million?? biggrin.gif
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I wonder if any questions will be posed regarding the substantial selling prior to today's announcement? biggrin.gif Interesting timings imo on his purchasing and selling this year?
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Posted on: Apr 18 2016, 09:07 AM


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Suppose the only way we'll know is to to refer to next month's Top 20.

I'm tipping he wants his fingers in both pies but just how many in TLGS' I have no idea??

FGR is certainly his baby and if it all goes to plan even though it appears less what would you say sophisticated than TLG'S set up, the return on investment on the figures given by both Company's relative to potential project/s outputs etc. put FGR'S share price appreciation well in front at their current respective levels imo. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Apr 16 2016, 08:24 AM


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Even though a TLG interview, worth a look for FGR holders imo. Not the concrete application which I missed previously!! Move over EDE/TAS! biggrin.gif

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mme
Posted on: Apr 16 2016, 08:22 AM


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Worth a look if you are a believer in graphene. Thanks damage on the other site!
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mme
Posted on: Apr 15 2016, 10:31 AM


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Spumante anyone?? LOL! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Apr 15 2016, 10:28 AM


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Already free carried and sold just under 40 cents. Bonus is the options which should be around 30 to 35 cents at today's main price! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Apr 15 2016, 09:27 AM


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Big boys are probably not that interested yet (aside from WG) as they have no apparent definitive resource figures and it has been mentioned they won't! Proof will be about 3 to 6 months away imo and if it all goes to plan at hopefully multiples of current share price! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Apr 15 2016, 09:22 AM


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Obviously we all seem to be on the same page! biggrin.gif

P.S. Still holding your HZR? Can't believe it's where it is at this stage and looks to be headed for another new high today!!
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mme
Posted on: Apr 15 2016, 08:48 AM


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Good morning mate. Are you buying at these levels? biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Apr 15 2016, 08:14 AM


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Scored this by default and to put it bluntly "pure arse" but still no talk and it is now at new highs with good volume!! Looks set to continue it's rise today! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Apr 15 2016, 07:42 AM


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Management certainly like going with what's flavour of the month and the kids now like chocolate (lLthium)! Obviously strawberry has bummed out for the time being (Graphite). LOL!! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Apr 14 2016, 06:50 PM


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Still making money either way so sweet even though not the sweetest which is bizarrre! I've sold out for the time being and took a tidy profit. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Apr 14 2016, 06:48 PM


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Fingers crossed Mick but I see more upside in FGR than TLG now from their respective current share prices! FGR just imo have an issue with no definitive figure relating to actually how much they have in the ground but they look as though they're about to achieve some significant milestones which hopefully causes some significant share price appreciation.! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Apr 13 2016, 12:47 PM


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Yes mate FGR. Another promising announcement today. Off take agreement/s will be the catalyst! Hopefully news shortly of this! biggrin.gif Time to get on board if you believe in the graphene story imo! As usual pdyor.
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mme
Posted on: Apr 11 2016, 06:16 PM


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Great isn't it. "B" paid the options which are now technically a 20 plus bagger at these levels! biggrin.gif

P.S. SMN new high today too!
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mme
Posted on: Apr 9 2016, 01:10 PM


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Did the research!

Will wait to see a few important things eventuate before even thinking of putting the toes in!
Timelines in the past seem not to have been met for whatever reason. Hell of a lot of debt in an interesting country which I know will be nicely absorbed if it all goes to plan and the current drilling produces the anticipated results! IMO will be worth a punt even if it's double it's price if I choose to enter but I will wait! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Apr 8 2016, 06:13 AM


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Licence approved yesterday without much share price appreciation fanfare!

Time for a re:rate imo and it'll be interesting to see where the share price is at year's end?? As with TLG, FGR is experiencing the now unloved world of graphite stocks even though they are both predominately graphene plays!! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Apr 6 2016, 05:24 PM


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http://www.talgaresources.com/IRM/PDF/1762...xpandsinGermany

Still on track! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Apr 2 2016, 09:12 AM


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Company could do an in-specie on a one for one basis of every TAS share held you'd be given one EDE share! TAS option holders are also included in this figure so if they excise then they could also receive one EDE share for every TAS share held!! Still leaves the Company with basically 110 milllion EDEO'S or around 8.5 million worth on this alone given Friday's closing price and just under 47 million main shares left as well, another 5 or so million! EDEO'S are well in the money!! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Apr 1 2016, 06:27 PM


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End of the day what's their holding worth? 15 cents and higher on EDE'S closing price!! How bizarre!! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Apr 1 2016, 11:23 AM


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TAS still lagging behind EDE rleative to their holding! Bizarre! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Apr 1 2016, 07:18 AM


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Nice steady climb recently. Chartists maybe able to indicate whether new highs might be on the cards!? biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Apr 1 2016, 07:16 AM


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Yes mate. Long term hold for me! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Mar 23 2016, 12:51 PM


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Certainly has had a nice run in recent times! As I read it, goes ex oppie entitlement tomorrow for those interested. biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Mar 23 2016, 12:37 PM


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They won't get through the way they're playing at present!! Watched it the other morning and it was pathetic imo! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Mar 23 2016, 06:40 AM


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Volume in particular yesterday plus the % loss over the last two days not just yesterday should imo raise concerns for those regulating rlative to the usual volumes etc for this stock biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Mar 22 2016, 04:38 PM


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Be interesting if a please explain comes first thing in the morning? biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Mar 22 2016, 11:49 AM


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Thought it might of been you around these levels! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Mar 22 2016, 11:31 AM


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Someone wants out big time!! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Mar 22 2016, 09:12 AM


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Again being hit this morning?? biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Mar 17 2016, 09:10 AM


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Like the announcement this morning. Do like the comparative: biggrin.gif

"Looking at this another way, in gold-speak this intercept is the equivalent of about 180 gram dirt”
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mme
Posted on: Mar 12 2016, 08:05 AM


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http://mhealthintelligence.com/news/app-sm...diagnostic-tool


For those interested! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Mar 11 2016, 02:40 PM


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Annaliese nice to see RLE volumes up considerably in the last week. Looks promising so far and the delay may allow for those to accumulate further who see the potential of this stock! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Mar 11 2016, 02:38 PM


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Still no talk?? biggrin.gif Nice response to the ASX please explain today!
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mme
Posted on: Mar 4 2016, 09:09 AM


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Looks like we're in business! Time imo for those for a high risk/reward appetite for a graphene play to take a bite! As usual pdyor as I hold a lot of the FGROB'S! biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Mar 4 2016, 07:30 AM


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Well done mate! Should be some nice appreciation today! I still don't like how they appear to report their revenues!! It'll be interesting to see what market cap the market values this at now? biggrin.gif
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mme
Posted on: Mar 4 2016, 06:47 AM


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Moment of truth for MRF (FGR). Wonder whether Warwick GRIGOR has backed the right horse in the Graphene space?? biggrin.gif If it's the licence then watch this space!!
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mme
Posted on: Mar 2 2016, 06:51 PM


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Unbelievable mate, You and I have only posted here on this one. My best performing stock in the last year which I'm still holding all! biggrin.gif
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