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misterious
Posted on: Jan 15 2013, 07:21 PM


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Fourth Quarter 2012 --- another great quarter announced today with staggaring revenue growth over this year. The NZ market may eventually recognise this and the true potential of Diligent.
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misterious
Posted on: Dec 23 2010, 05:12 PM


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What's going on? --- interesting finish and interesting announcement.
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misterious
Posted on: Dec 12 2010, 02:05 PM


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Looks good --- I certainly hope you are right!
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misterious
Posted on: Dec 6 2010, 04:52 PM


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Good start for the week! --- plenty more to come perhaps.
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misterious
Posted on: Dec 4 2010, 05:57 PM


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Yes, I have been watching CUE and can't believe why the SP has been going down not up --- however Wed announcement should help define the matter a little better.
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misterious
Posted on: Apr 24 2010, 07:07 PM


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I am very interested in the CUE share price going well beyond .34c --- hopefully it won't take too long.
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misterious
Posted on: Apr 13 2010, 02:40 PM


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What a brilliant first quarter report from DIL released today --- it's onwards and upwards from here.
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misterious
Posted on: Mar 25 2010, 03:41 PM


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Thanks for this post ---- you obviously think there are some very good possibilities! --- it would be a very pleasant change for long suffering NWE holders.
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misterious
Posted on: Jun 2 2009, 04:54 PM


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The lack of detail while perhaps is a little disturbing does not necessarily mean bad news --- it may eventually contribute to a great result --- who knows!
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misterious
Posted on: Mar 24 2009, 08:02 PM


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Annaliese's posts on this NWE thread and for that matter a number of other threads on sharescene have always been remarkably objective, informed, rational and most appreciated.
Your "charged with emotion" comment is beyond explanation.
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misterious
Posted on: Apr 11 2007, 07:31 PM


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Areva will be appointed to market two thirds of SMM share of uranium products from its Aus projects.
Areva will also be engaged to provide technical consulting services to SMM.
Other SMM shareholders do not have these very commercially advantageous benefits included with their shares----so the question is: what are these arrangements that other shareholders don't have worth? ---if one could ascertain that we would know the true price they are paying for their shares.
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misterious
Posted on: Oct 31 2006, 03:04 PM


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In reply to: annaliese on Tuesday 31/10/06 08:23am

Slide rule, protractor and test tube packed---arrive China tomorrow night, will report exact reserves in Beibu Gulf---line up Rothschild '73 (north end yard) lunch Friday fortnight.
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misterious
Posted on: Sep 18 2006, 02:36 PM


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In reply to: annaliese on Monday 18/09/06 02:11pm

I have taken your very sensible advice anna and lodged a complaint with the ASX.
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misterious
Posted on: Aug 25 2006, 06:30 AM


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There is no doubt smm is way undervalued as far as their resource is concerned, however the market has a great deal of difficulty valuing anything that is dependent on political processes---there is still a way to go before any okay to mine is concerned---we have an election and we all know when politicians get desperate they will promise anything, we also know that the whole nuclear debate is delicate to say the least. Imagine if there was a nuclear accident, or the Iran nuclear debate blew up as it were. The anti's would be on fire, and the "told you so's" wouldn't hold back.-----thus valuations are very difficult.
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misterious
Posted on: Aug 25 2006, 06:15 AM


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In reply to: Ooops on Thursday 24/08/06 10:25pm

Surely it's no surprise that all the candidates for Mt Isa are backing Uranium mining, I would imagine if they didn't, regardless of party they wouldn't be candidates for this seat.
The old rutine---"don't worry guys I'll persuade them to change but can't do that if I'm not in"----so vote for me!!!
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misterious
Posted on: Aug 23 2006, 03:22 PM


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In reply to: ijh on Wednesday 23/08/06 02:21pm

Or we could be in for a prolonged legal bunfight!!
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Poll: Uranium
misterious
Posted on: Jul 26 2006, 08:57 PM


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Do you think that PDN have spent hundreds of millions of dollars to buy VUL on the off chance they can mine the resource.
I don't think so!
I believe they are bound to have a very solid assurance from the Queensland administrtion and that rules will inevitably be changed.
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misterious
Posted on: Jul 26 2006, 07:52 PM


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Surely it is hard to imagine PDN spending hundreds of millions of dollars purchasing VUL with out some very solid assurances that they will be able to mine the resource. I suspect in fact they have those very solid assurances.
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misterious
Posted on: Jul 26 2006, 05:30 PM


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In reply to: NightStalker on Wednesday 26/07/06 04:42pm

Why would you want to do that given we are only a matter of days away from the China announcement which may be, in fact has a good chance of being, very positive?
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misterious
Posted on: May 20 2006, 02:48 PM


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Resources may be on a slide in terms of prices peaking etc but surely people can work out that this price slide does not include uranium (sure there is a general sentiment involved)and given the utterings of the Prime Minister and other leaders around the world one would imagine that the rush for uranium would be on----however having said that who knows---I still hold smm in the belief that smm hold a very strategic and very large uranium resource that will undoubtably be accessed sooner or later. Mind you having said that the last week doesn't do alot for the blood pressure.
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misterious
Posted on: May 18 2006, 04:49 PM


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Burning fossil fuel/climate change and desperate power supply shortage issues are driving the nuclear energy option Worldwide.
Many highly respected organisations, groups and individuals are now saying climate change is the number one issue facing our planet and our survival.
We have future power demand estimates reaching levels current supply simply cannot hope to fulfil.
The argument promoting renewable energy is not founded on reality but rather driven by ideology and prejudice.
A huge percentage of current power supply worldwide comes from fossil fuel driven plants----thus creating huge CO2 emmission problems, ironically Queensland is one of the great suppliers(coal) and supporters of this industry.
Ultimately and inevitably this predicament is leading most logical and realistic administrations to conclude there is little option other than turning to nuclear power----and also ironically it will quite likely be the politically correct option in time.
For those dreamers who don't want either I remind them of that very true one liner "We are all conservationists until the lights go out".
How on earth did Queensland get itself in to the position of opposing uranium mining to protect the States Coal industry, or was it on safety grounds or was it on ideology grounds.
It can't be ideology surely because the same party condoned uranium mining in South Australia----oh that was to secure votes, sorry I forgot about that.
Many are saying and more will say it in the future "They got it the wrong way round". Coal mining, coal exporting,and coal burning is and will be proven to be a greater crime against the planet than mining and exporting uranium.
There is also the small matter of generating huge wealth for Queensland----at the moment being enjoyed by South Australia to the tune of billions of dollars.
I continue to hold smm in the belief that eventially politicians no matter how stupid they are will eventually have to change their mind blowingly ridiculous policy.
The other option I suppose is to throw them out at the next election.
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misterious
Posted on: Apr 13 2006, 05:55 PM


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In reply to: mirekpanto on Thursday 13/04/06 05:45pm

Smm weren't suspended---it was a shortened trading day because of Easter.
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