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Woulfe Mining Corp C.WOF

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

Woulfe Mining Corp is a mineral exploration company. It is engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of mineral properties.
Price: $0.055 | Change: $0.00 | %Change: 0.00%
Volume: 0 | Day High/Low: N/A/N/A | 52 Week High/Low: 0.13/0.035
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RE:RE:October 15 NR

I do agree with your expectation ;based on the previous releases from WOF. Please keep us updated on your continous DD as we would like to keep this board more on a positive note. It is obvious that...read more
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RE:October 15 NR

I believe the AMC report will be out first (within 45 days from the Oct. 15 NR - almost there). The mining plan resulting from the report should be released right afterwards. The new drilling results...read more
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RE:October 15 NR

We can buy wait, see, and accumulate on the dips . . .  Still doesn't matter.  They hedged their bets by making sure the shares to be voted have established ownership by Nov 10, so we can't accumulate...read more
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October 15 NR

There were three important dates to look for in the Oct 15 NR. Completion of the mining plan in early November, completion of the grid drilling of the hangingwall mineralization at some point during...read more
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RE:RE:New documents on the CNSX

I'd vote to approve options that only strike at a dime or higher no matter WHAT the price is at the AGM. Either that or Dundee coughs up a good enough reason why they aren't buying shares on the OPEN...read more
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RE:New documents on the CNSX

Thanks wolfry 1 In my opinion WOF; may go up to .10/11 cents and remain there until after the Annual General Meeting Dec 15, 2014, as insiders will be applying for additional options at these prices....read more
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New documents on the CNSX

http://www.cnsx.ca/CNSX/Securities/Mining/Woulfe-Mining-Corp.aspx   Financial Statement Request Form Voting Instruction Form Form of Proxy Information Circular Notice of Annual General...read more
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RE:Big ask on Woulfe . . .

Not me, I am not bailing. Too bad, we have been moving up bit by bit, was hoping we could work our way up a couple more cents. At least we seem to be holding at around .05, a couple of weeks back I...read more
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Big ask on Woulfe . . .

Someone trying to sell a quarter million shares at around .0535  So, which one of you guys is bailing?? ;-) Wish I coulda bought them but I just don't have the scratch to increase my positoin by 50%...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Woulfe sold their state of the art crusher purchased in 2012

5liverling, thanks for the informative post and welcome to the board. We would be interested to hear your back ground and how you gained your expertise.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Woulfe sold their state of the art crusher purchased in 2012

Your humbly welcome Markidesad, I've been watching the board since early 2012, but first post was a few months ago. And to try an quell another issue of the engineer, Sang. -A great Korean / English...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Woulfe sold their state of the art crusher purchased in 2012

That's the answer of a real mining / crusher  specialist, thanks a lot, Silverlining !!! Glad we'll have new equipment to start with.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Woulfe sold their state of the art crusher purchased in 2012

As a reasonable response to Markidesad. This crusher is not "state of the art", "outdated" or obsolete, and has been used in nearly all hard rock mining situations since it's conception over 150 years...read more
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RE:RE:Woulfe sold their state of the art crusher purchased in 2

Thanks for the logical answers, especially the one of Wolfry statin' that the crusher was bought too soon.  For me the expence seems huge, but indeed when ( not if ) the deal is done, it'll almost be...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Woulfe sold their state of the art crusher purchased in 2

It's akin to keying your own car.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Woulfe sold their state of the art crusher purchased in 2

AGREED - Markidesad/Marcus Aurelius is full of you know what. Basher/Lier/garbage. Can we all just STOP BASHING and wait for the release. Why would a stock holder bash their own stock??? Maybe not a...read more
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RE:Woulfe sold their state of the art crusher purchased in 2

Note for Markidesad .......... Marcus Aurelius and his other aliases posts nothing but misinformation and "garbage". Marcus A ..please provide a link to the release where the crusher was purchased in...read more
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RE:RE:Woulfe sold their state of the art crusher purchased in 2012

I presumed the crusher doesn't suit the new design they are currently working on.  But honestly I don't know anything about crushers at all. Even if it does still suit I think it is very reasonable...read more
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crusher

The crusher was sold over 5 months ago according to the audited financials and we know Woulfe has been running on limited cash since at least June, when they started paying employees partly in shares....read more
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RE:Woulfe sold their state of the art crusher purchased in 2012

Find it very strange that there is no interest on this board about the possible selling of the crusher as pointed out by Marcus Aurelius. If it was bought in 2012 it couldn't have been outdated...read more

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