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SVY, STAVELY MINERALS LTD
nipper
post Posted: May 21 2020, 03:23 PM
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and SVY having a bit of a rebound today, as well. Copper gets the runs, Gold is just a bit on the side?

Investor Presentation out today has cheered up the punters; back above 60c after languishing fo a few months
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✓ First-mover position in a potential new world-class copper province
✓ Recent discovery of structurally-controlled high-grade lode-style copper-gold-silver mineralisation similar to the Magma (Arizona) and Butte (Montana) deposits
✓ Intercepts across three structures ranging from 62m to almost 1,000m drill depth "tall' system
✓ Shallow resource drill-out underway targeting ~20% of one of the three potentially mineralised structures identified to date
✓ Outstanding potential for additional discoveries from regional targets
✓ Likely to be driven by a late-stage porphyry that is yet to be identified it's still out there.


and NML getting a bit of nearology 'mentioned in dispatches'?




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It's hard to get a resource up to measure. Lots of exploration needed, and that takes time and money.
SVY has been in retreat since the Sept 2019 news catapulted the SP from 20c to touch $1.30 by end-Oct. Since then, it has been low volume as sellers trickle stock into an uncaring market. For the last 6 weeks, it has been 30-40c and bouncing along the bottom.

Today and announcement of continued good grades and structural definition. Up 20% but that's to 47c
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Strong Progress with Resource Drilling as Cayley Lode Delivers More Standout Intercepts and Grows to 1.5km.

Very broad copper-gold mineralised intercepts and good widths of high-grades in latest drilling,





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and for Stavely and most exploration outfits, a steady retreat on the market; now 93c, after the initial break-out earlier this year.

With more drilling, news is still good but, as timelines lengthen and more is learned, the early money has found an exit.... and then the new and probably fickle holders become impatient, or stale:
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"Ongoing drilling along the Ultramafic Contact Fault continues to deliver strong copper-gold-silver mineralisation over significant widths, including a number of narrower high-grade intervals, at shallow depths.

As we’ve noted previously, widths and grades vary as the structure pinches and swells but the consistency of the mineralisation is notable – particularly as we have now intersected mineralisation in hole SMD067, which extends the overall strike length of the discovery to around 700m. ..."




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The AGM presentation has 30+ slides on the understanding of Thursday's Gossan; starting out looking for deep porphyry mineralisation and a gradual dawning "it's different".
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1. Stavely has demonstrated that there are multiple porphyry phases at Thursday’s Gossan
2. Hosts structurally-controlled high-grade lode-style copper-gold-silver mineralisation similar to Magma, Arizona and Butte, Montana
3. Intercepts in 3 structures from 62m to almost 1,000m drill depth – very ‘tall’ system
4. Lots of ‘room to move’ – early days despite 40-year exploration history
5. Likely to be driven by a late stage porphyry yet to be seen – it’s still out there

the good stuff is deep. And that's expensive



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In Reply To: triage's post @ Nov 6 2019, 01:58 PM

Agree, don't begrudge them taking some off the table to cover their costs, but it's the timing of the sale - they timed it well - pretty much at the top If they were confident there was a replication of the first hole I think they would have held on a little longer.

Not sure how many holes they have drilled, or how much is owed to them for drilling services. The value of shares sold = $3.4 million. The balance of their 18.1 million shares, at today's price, is worth $20.5 million. Not bad.



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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Nov 6 2019, 12:36 PM

Yeah but they would have bills to pay and most creditors likely would want the readies. The drillers have done well and the fact that have not totally cashed and taken the profits suggests they think there might be more to come / or maybe they are compulsive gamblers and are happy to go double or nothing.

(I'm not sure why I am so interested in Stavely seeing that I've not held any SVY for yonks. I suspect it is because it is such a shining example of the randomness of success).



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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Oct 29 2019, 09:16 PM

I noticed that Titline Drilling Pty Ltd recently sold 2.750 million shares - I think they are the drilling company for SVY - given shares in lieu of cash payment. They sill hold 18.1 million shares, or 8.48%. They would have had some inkling of what the recently reported holes held, I would imagine. That, together with the 2 directors selling down (due to personal reasons) is a bit of a red flag for me. Hope I'm wrong.

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In Reply To: triage's post @ Nov 5 2019, 06:37 PM

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There's Blackie's mate, shimmer, who is a smooth as silk upramper


Haven't seen the exchange yet, but will do. My money, sight unseen, is with the "quality downramper" - shjimmer is a snake oil salesman. He gets seed stock at cheap prices then ramps them until he's sold out on a high to the chumps on Hc who believe his bull dust. Disappears from the stock thread once that happens and move onto the next one -rinse and repeat. Have watched him and his mate cdchi1 on many stocks - particularly those in which Tolga Kumova has a financial interest in and BWEquities (http://bwequities.com.au/transactions) acts as broker. Here's a pic of the "team" talking strategy a while back. From left to right - Tolga, Ben Kay (BWEquities) Tolga's brother Burak, shimmer then cdchi1

Back in 2017 talking up AL8. To their credit, they did ram it up to $2.40 in October 2017 You just don't want to be the punter who bought in at that level/at that time - it's gone down hill ever since and is now 3.9c
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60c and getting closer to drilling. Would not want to miss out if they hit, you don't get many chances like this when looking for the motherload.

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"I expect Cdchi, in addition to AL8 and CLQ, will be adding CLY, MEI, EUC, AYA and a bunch of other rockets...can't go wrong backing Tolga."

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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Oct 29 2019, 09:16 PM

Interesting interplay going on in the HC SVY threads. There's Blackie's mate, shimmer, who is a smooth as silk upramper and now there's high quality downramper, Henry Walton, has joined the fray. They are not going head to head and their styles are diametrically opposed: as I said shimmer is all smoothness and supreme confidence that the SVY shareprice is going to go off like a rocket in coming months whereas Henry Walton is all detail and analysis to back up his position that Stavely does not have a commercial find. I've not come across either of them before but Henry Walton has a remarkable 1,120 lightbulbs from only 683 posts (even the top analysts that I regularly watch on hc don't bat at more than 100%) so some must think he has substance. Apparently he's a day trader though.

HW's style reminds me a lot of our very own King Baz who for a time on sharescene really was king (and kahuna). From memory though, king baz blew his credibility with some bad calls and getting too full of himself. It must be over a decade ago that he strutted around sharescene and I've not seen anything of him since: I presumed he may have passed away. But maybe not.

As for Stavely the next few core samples will tell the story apparently.



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Another director selling for "personal reasons". Value = $509,333.60

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Sale of Shares – Ms Jennifer Murphy
Stavely Minerals Limited (ASX: SVY – “Stavely Minerals”) advises that Technical Director,
Ms Jennifer Murphy, has sold 400,000 shares in the Company for personal reasons.

Following the sale, Ms Murphy continues to hold 5,946,705 shares and has no intention to
sell further shares in the foreseeable future.

This is Ms Murphy’s first disposal of shares since Stavely Minerals listed in May 2014.
This sale was approved by Board in accordance with the Company’s Share Trading Policy.

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