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Duluth Metals Ltd T.DM

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals
Alternate Symbol(s):  DULMF

Duluth Metals Ltd is a mineral exploration and development company with a 60% ownership in a copper nickel platinum group metals deposit located in the Duluth Complex in north eastern Minnesota, USA.
Price: $0.47 | Change: +$0.005 | %Change: +1.08%
Volume: 160,989 | Day High/Low: 0.49/0.44 | 52 Week High/Low: 1.49/0.46


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RE:RE:RE:RE:Vern Baker

From now on, Vern Baker assumed the role of the Chairman of the Technical Committee for the Twin Metals under the Duluth control Read more at http://www.stockhouse.com/companies/bullboard/t.dm/duluth...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Vern Baker

Thanks for pointing this out. Do you know what function he will occupy, his bio is no longer on the Duluth website...  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Vern Baker

You must read this more cerfully...see the highlighted part. He is still with Duluth. Effective immediately, Vern Baker is resigning as President of Duluth, a position he held since July 2010. Mr...read more
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RE:Vern Baker

No, this is not accurate, according to the press release of May 12, 2014. Besides, his bio is no longer on the Duluth website... Effective immediately, Vern Baker is resigning as President of Duluth,...read more
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Vern Baker

Now, he assumed the role of the Chairman of the Technical Committee  rate and reply
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RE:It's all over?

Oh boy... I missed the Vern Baker resignation... This is clearly not a good sign!  I met with Vern a few times, a pro with solid background. I still remember what Chris Dundas said of Vern Baker when...read more
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RE:It's all over?

http://ixoyenog.tk/9  rate and reply
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It's all over?

What a fool I've been. Vern Baker resigning. Me going on a long holiday just before Anto bailed out. Coming back and just now starting to realize what happened. Anto was bearing 65% of TMM costs...read more
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Wellgreen Platinum HALTED !!

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RE:RE:RE:July 3 conference call

Guess I should've listened to that conference call before..answers a lot of questions in the inference...and raises a bunch....certainly seems there was tension between parties as noted in John Tuzo's...read more
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RE:RE:July 3 conference call

They needed the platinum and palladium by products to make the mine economic. The copper grades and nickel grades are too low alone for an underground operation. They havent been honest about the true...read more
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RE:July 3 conference call

Perhaps, but in the meantime the stock is facing pressure at 0.44 c....  rate and reply
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July 3 conference call

The comment by Chris Dundas that struck me most was his observation that two recent takeovers were done at 2¢ and 7¢ per lb of resource and that DM has 66 billion lbs in the ground. Not sure where...read more
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DM

SCAM.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:LOOKS BAD

There is a paragraph at the bottom of Slide 18 of the recent July presentation that Refs precious Metal recovery...Looks like it is recoverable but not in same ranges as Cu Ni..RD  rate and reply
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Bids at $0.46 ...

Not a good sign... We are now back at December 09 levels...  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:LOOKS BAD

I think Anto is playing games.. and I am looking forward to the outcome. Market cap is down to just $ 60M !  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:LOOKS BAD

redmetal wrote: Listen to the conference call Cardinal. They talk about a great mineral resource. Robust economics is not mentioned. Listen to Johns comments. Ok, I understand.  You're a "linear...read more
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RE:RE:RE:LOOKS BAD

Listen to the conference call Cardinal. They talk about a great mineral resource. Robust economics is not mentioned. Listen to Johns comments.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:LOOKS BAD

redmetal wrote: My take is that they cant effectively recover the precious metals. This will be reflected in the economics. Perhap another miner can take it over and figure out a way to do it.   The...read more