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Top Bullboards post:
“CBJ has the main estructures at Vetas. 11 veins and a stockwork. Just El Dorado Vein has 1.5 million ounces and the stockwork is 2-3 million ounces. CBJ already working to certify 5 million ounces. CBJ and GWYs Vetas could be consolidated in the future but only if GWYs Vetas shows some potential. AUXs, CBJ and GWYS can be seen as one whole operation, that can hold together 20-30 million ounces of gold, mainly from AUX and CBJ deposits. AUXs is located in the next Hill in front of CBJ, so transportation of ore from one mine to another should be feasible. My guess is that Batista is looking the whole picture as one whole operation, with one processing plant feeded by AUX, GWY and CBJ´s ore. CBJ Market Cap should be already US$250 million or US$1.85 a share, until NI 43101 is ready by February, when we expect to have a buyer.” From digingdeep on the CB Gold (TSX: V.CBJ, Stock Forum) board.
Porto Energy (TSX: V.PEC, Stock Forum) received the third-most reads.
littleguy123 writes about what he calls the road to bullion default in the Outside the Market blog.
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