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Victory Nickel Inc T.NI

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals
Alternate Symbol(s):  VNCKF | T.NI.RT

Victory Nickel Inc is engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of nickel properties and associated products in Canada.
Price: $0.06 | Change: $-0.005 | %Change: -7.69%
Volume: 421,330 | Day High/Low: 0.065/0.06 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.09/0.02


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RE:Sorry if this is a repost...

Great Post - they did this here in Canada, about 6-7 weeks ago in Edmonton: so its god to see it being taken down to Houston. In fact I like the presentation in Houston, more so than in NYC on 8-10th...read more
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Sorry if this is a repost...

2nd Annual Frac Sand Logistics and Market Forecast USA http://www.frac-sand-logistics-2014.com/ October 28-29, 2014 | Houston, Texas CONFIRMED SPEAKERS INCLUDE: Brian Lawson Distribution...read more
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RE:anybody watch bnn last nite?

The trend you mention discussed by the commentator is validated by what US Silica stated on their Q2 conference call.  Profitability per well is strongly increasing - and thus the deand for frac sand...read more
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Thanks for your thoughts

I appreciate your time and effort. Food for thought.  All the best!  rate and reply
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anybody watch bnn last nite?

according to a energy researcher on BNN TV comodities show last nite,he thinks canadian oil and gas companys might/should triple the amount of frac sand used currently to frac a well.the americans are...read more
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RE:Q for texaswedge, len520, aggman et al.

I have not studied the share register, nor holdings of NWI because the aggman is a purist (the aggman does not Tweet). Naively, I focus on the business and the operation:  prove the op/business to be...read more
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RE:Q for texaswedge, len520, aggman et al.

At this point all Im lookng forward to is turning a profit. Little steps. For whatever reason NWI is selling it wont mean anything when NI is proving to be a profitable business. Right now it looks to...read more
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RE:Q for texaswedge, len520, aggman et al.

NWI is very unlikely to see any cash flow until the end of 2015 now since we've lost 3-4 months since the spring, but I highly doubt NI will be running this show by then. Don't forget A&M, Jien, Sea...read more
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Q for texaswedge, len520, aggman et al.

I agree the SP won't take off until they show a profit.  The bigger impediment is NWI, isn't it? They still hold cheap shares, have people on the NI BOD, and there's the buy-back agreement obligation...read more
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your right agout emerge energy

i read  that emerge energy also owns a canadian frac sand company called superior sands which is why i brought them up.yesterday,they sell to canada and the states. superior sands is a private company...read more
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Nuinsco selling

New to this stock, but all the d.d. i've done on frac sand and Victory Silica/Nickel thus far makes this a very attractive story, though I surmise that this "story stock" still needs greater clarity...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Hi-Crush vs. Victory Silica - an optical comparable

Aggman, I agree which and is what I expect will happen in a few years once VS has all their plans in motion.  In the meantime our stock price  isnt going anywhere until VS turns a profit. I dont...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Hi-Crush vs. Victory Silica - an optical comparable

TexasWedge: US Silica serve Canada - see this map from their website, with their locations and basins they serve: http://www.ussilica.com/locations Hi-Crush has operations in Wisconscin - but I am...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Hi-Crush vs. Victory Silica - an optical comparable

emerge energy is one that is a big player.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Hi-Crush vs. Victory Silica - an optical comparable

Do any suppliers in the US ship their frac sand up to Canada?  rate and reply
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RE:Hi-Crush vs. Victory Silica - an optical comparable

Hi Crush is a complicated company but read their production costs as $14.20 ton and believe HI-Crush received a much higher price on it's sales per ton   http://www.stockhouse.com/news/press...read more
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Any reasonable estimates for....

1. Mining and the initial processing cost in Wisconsin for our products average grade. 2. Transport to the Canadian Rail Head at Medicine Hat plus final transport to 7P. 3. Final processing at 7P...read more
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RE:Not sure if this helps with FOB - From Sedar

extra tidbit,most fracking companies in the oil-patch have there own sand trucks.i drove a sand truck for one such company.on victorys web site there is a picture of a sand truck from a company called...read more
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Not sure if this helps with FOB - From Sedar

(c) Revenue recognition Revenues from frac sand sales are recognized when legal title passes to the customer which may occur at the Company’s production facility, rail origin or at the destination...read more
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RE:RE:RE:About FOB. Is this version correct?

CatCatCat wrote: Their pricing model includes product delivered I'm not aware of them having a fleet of trucks and drivers, so I assume they have contracts with trucking companies to deliver to the...read more