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St Andrew Goldfields Ltd T.SAS

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Gold
Alternate Symbol(s):  STADF

St Andrew Goldfields is a junior gold producer. It has its mining assets located in the Timmins mining district, northeastern Ontario,Canada. It operates the Holt, Holloway and Hislop mines.
Price: $0.28 | Change: +$0.01 | %Change: +3.70%
Volume: 101,502 | Day High/Low: 0.28/0.265 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.42/0.22
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Green on Friday?

Any explanation why SAS ended up green when the entire sector was down? I found this quite surprising...  rate and reply
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Go figure.........stock price regresses lower than where it was before the release of the latest drill results at Hislop.......This is again another strong indication that the markets want more
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RE:RE:Recent drill results - little impact?

The recent results, while very encouraging to say the least, are somewhat sporadic in their returned "grade x width" metrics from hole to hole and thus do not collectively form a more
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RE:Recent drill results - little impact?

I think if the current pog were 1400$ + you would see something very different. All the miners are suffering the same fate at the moment with the pog hovering at around break even, give or take. more
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Recent drill results - little impact?

Positive drill results seemed to have little impact on share price or volume? Any thoughts......  rate and reply
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SAS Provides Update on Taylor and Hilsop Drill Programs

Drilling at Taylor returns: 12.98 g/t Au over 15.3 metres Drilling at Hilsop returns: 10.38 g/t Au over 25.0 metres . Wow, needless to say these are very good results!  rate and reply
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ACCUM DONE? 0.27 0.28,,,, GO GO 0.30 0.40

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RE:Today's Globe & Mail lists SAS as potential takeover target

St. Andrew's land base is the companies strength and it would be reasonable to state that one good exploration development will have a major knocking on the door........As Gold Corp is the more
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Today's Globe & Mail lists SAS as potential takeover target

Certainly shows that there is value in SAS;  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Mine reserves dropping

Yes Taylor is a major asset for St. Andrew but its size and scope is well below what would be when gauged against what would be needed to be discovered and developed in order for the company to more
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RE:Mine reserves dropping

Exactly.Thats why Taylor is becoming a major asset And exploration cost  roaring  rate and reply
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Mine reserves dropping

St. Andrew is in the precarious position of being land base rich but reserve level poor and as such, it is becoming more evident over time that unless some very significant exploratory returns more
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JUST ADD IN 0.275 & 0.28 MORE GO GO 0.30 RANGE

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Abramson share ownership!

Am I reading this correct they hold like 150 million shares between them and Randall keeps unloading dribs and drabs? Orderly market I guess. I guess they cannot find a buyer for their shares more
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RE:Renegotiating royalty agreements...

Cre Well sort of! The problem being they could have let the agreement expire in a few years! I would say it was a short term fix for a long term cost which works if you see gold prices moving more
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Renegotiating royalty agreements...

As an example. From a Motley Fool post - "Coeur d'Alene Mines (NYSE: CDE ) has recently announced a new gold stream agreement with Franco-Nevada. Coeur d'Alene Mines and Franco-Nevada terminated more
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Quick Technicals

For what it's worth: This stock loves to fill gaps. There is a gap between 30 and 31 cents that was put in place during the first part of August. The stock has also been basing for 9 trading more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Abramson still killing the rallye ?

Cre Taylor could be a game changer, however, their last tech report puts all in cost in the $1100 plus range.  That can change if they keep hitting some good holes, and expand their resource more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Abramson still killing the rallye ?

The royalty company is getting 100,000 oz * $120 = about $12 million per year. Taylor is a game changer. First it has the highest grade of all the properties. Second it has about 500,000 oz more