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Peregrine Diamonds Ltd T.PGD

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

Peregrine Diamonds Ltd is a mineral exploration company with mineral interests presently consisting of diamond exploration properties located in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories in Canada.
Price: $0.23 | Change: +$0.005 | %Change: +2.22%
Volume: 181,820 | Day High/Low: 0.25/0.23 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.83/0.225
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RE:RE:7.7 million rights traded hands (cumulative)

Nope, as long as rights are sold, the pressure will be there. You don't think that quite a few of these rights are bought by shareholders? Not all of those are going to want to add the same amount of...read more
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RE:7.7 million rights traded hands (cumulative)

I thought the trading in rights would be dropping off by now. I too would think that any rights that have traded won't be traded  again. The pressure on the share price should subside now too. The...read more
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7.7 million rights traded hands (cumulative)

I would think logically that once a right traded hands, it will stay in the hand until it is exercised. Exception would be a rally that the purchaser of the right decided to cash out with a gain...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Have I got this figured out?

Weren't me. I've decided to sit on the sideline for a while. I'm hoping to check back in three weeks and be pleasantly surprised. Maybe SWY will catch on and I can retire off the two of these...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:For the fans of long term holding

Theoretically, yes. If you had an average under 60c and you did not sell any shares, exercised all the rights, then the warrants you would be looking at a 50% or more return at 60c at the cost of a...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Have I got this figured out?

mill44 wrote: Was it you, buddy? Did you kill the hope in it's bud? Sorry, this was meant for aea257.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:For the fans of long term holding

If it runs to .60, we are rewarded as we have the rights to exercise at .21 with .21 warrants and also an oversubscription !! and I've been in since eraly '09 prior to the $3:50+ run............hope...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Have I got this figured out?

Was it you, buddy? Did you kill the hope in it's bud?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:For the fans of long term holding

For me it means that timing is crucial. We could see a scenario where PGD runs up from here to 60c. A lot of people who held shares from before BHP would make probably very little, but anyone who...read more
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RE:RE:For the fans of long term holding

The people buying shares at 24.5 cents should be buying rights at 2 or 2.5 cents instead...unless they are somewhere they cannot exercise the rights..then they would be limited by the share's only...read more
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RE:For the fans of long term holding

so, a good investment for those that bpought ion 2009 at $1.76 however for the longb termers: $44 dropping 96% is $1.76 invreasing 900 % brings it back to $18 or so. for a total loss of $26 /share......read more
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RE:For the fans of long term holding

Why is she up 11% today?  rate and reply
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For the fans of long term holding

an interesting fact from DDC: Anyone holding DDC in 2007 suffered a drop of about 96% to 2009. After that it  gained over 900%  till 2011. So not all bad, no? Now, putting that in  numbers, in 2007...read more
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One more time with Gusto! Lessons from Hong Kong.

http://www.diamonds.net/News/NewsItem.aspx?ArticleID=48064&ArticleTitle=Lessons%2bfrom%2bHong%2bKong  rate and reply
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LESSONS FROM HONG KONG

Diamond News  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:One more reason to doublecheck everything

Anyone who does not have control over their investment should let someone else take care of it. If nothing else, they got a package from the broker telling them that they have to act or lose their...read more
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RE:RE:RE:One more reason to doublecheck everything

Thanks Mill. I bet there are shareholders out there who have the rights in their account and don't know it - thus they could have made a few dollars by selling them (assuming their aren't exercising)  rate and reply
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RE:RE:One more reason to doublecheck everything

yes. And better check the date with your broker.  rate and reply
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RE:One more reason to doublecheck everything

On the rights expiry date (think it's October 6th) do the rights go to zero (worthless)?  For example, I have 200,000 rights and on expiry and the last price is 2 cents - if I don't sell the 200,000...read more
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RE:One more reason to doublecheck everything

Does it say anything about the secondary subscription offering? Almost irrelevant as one can just buy cheap rights on the open market and pay a slight premium instead of ponying up some cash for...read more