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KTA, KRAKATOA RESOURCES LIMITED
nipper
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In Reply To: mullokintyre's post @ Sep 18 2020, 01:23 PM

like the ambition. 10 Full ones.

the market is throwing some startling run-ups in tech and exploration sectors




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52 week high today of 14.
Back a bit to 12.5, but still up 28% for the day so far.
Up 300% since early july.
So just how far will it go?
I have never in all my years of investing/trading had a ten bagger.
I am going to break all my standard rules of regularly taking profits in the hope of achieving the semi mythical ten bagger.
My average buy in price is a tad below .07, so have a bit of a way to go.
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mullokintyre
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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Jul 7 2020, 10:33 AM

Up 30% so far today.
No announcements, must be leaking of drill results.
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script being followed. 'reputable journo' writes copy and create the buzz. WA can sure turn them out
(don't hold; all part of me edificashun)




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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Jul 6 2020, 10:26 AM

And right on cue with some really big share price surges comes the capital raising.
The sensible people in the know will have offloaded a chunk of shares knowing they will be able to buy back in at a much cheaper rate.
Don'tcha just love the market??
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looking for that long term Au Cu lode in NSW. Quite a few players big and small trying to emulate ALK ?



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Yikes, up 50% on the open
Bought some tenements, so I guess it must mean something.
Can't help thinking there must be bit of a comeback for this one in the offing.
Gaps need to be filled, traders taking profits, etc etc
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In Reply To: bg99's post @ Jul 3 2020, 09:35 AM

KTA definitely going off with a bang. ....3c to 6c in just a few days, but coming off a bit today.

I even had it in a tipping competition, elsewhere, a few month ago. But did I buy any? NO !! sad.gif
But sometimes the buy and sell response can come from too much manipulative info leaking to media. Not saying its a pump n dump, but with speccies taking care is a good approach.




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Sp living up to its name.... are you going to do another DEG Nipper ?
MC still looks cheap for where they are, so much going on in Lachlan Ford beltKeep an eye on ERM, currently drilling at Kiola about 100km south of Cadia, not as cheap as KTA but
you have to factor in what they already have at Tennant Creek.First drilling report from Kiola says visible copper sulphides.



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from the homepage
https://www.sharecafe.com.au/2020/07/01/sha...n-lachlan-fold/
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When you’re hunting an elephant, it pays to keep an eye on the rest of the country around you – you never know what you might miss.

Explorer Krakatoa Resources has kept its eyes open, and now has a second project just as promising – if not more so – than its “elephant,” the potential deep porphyry copper/gold system it appears to have at the Belgravia prospect, in the prolific Lachlan Fold belt in New South Wales.

About 50 kilometres east of the Belgravia Project is Krakatoa’s wholly owned Turon Project, which it was granted in February following a licence application, in a beautifully non-dilutive deal for shareholders. The Turon Project covers an area of 120 square kilometres in the Hill End Trough area of the Lachlan Fold Belt, a ground package liberally sprinkled with historical workings that centred on high-grade gold mineralisation.....





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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
 


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