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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: $0.065 | Change: +$0.005 | %Change: +8.33%
Volume: 618,750 | Day High/Low: 0.065/0.06 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.12/0.035
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Merger

I am ok with the merger as it ia our only hope but my only concern and have seen this done before is Almonty doing a roll back post merger to wipe out all WOF shareholders.  The share price will drop...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:large volumes and other questions

If we were all to step back and take a look at the bigger picture, Almonty has a thinly traded float of shares due to their share buyback program this given them the ability to manipluate their...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:large volumes and other questions

I agree Steamerlane..... I expect Almonty's share price to fall at least 25% post merger, not necessarily immediately, but definitely over the next year or two.  This given them the opportunity to lap...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:large volumes and other questions

Kilgor,I agree.Almonty intentionaly increased their share price,in order to buy WOF for a much cheaper price.I think it was a good business decision on Almonty's part,but obviously not good for WOF...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:large volumes and other questions

Kilgor, I understand your point. But your reasoning does not really hold. ALL always has been thinly traded, because of the low float. There is no "true market value" in my opinion. Please let's wait...read more
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RE:RE:RE:large volumes and other questions

Flow23 Said: kilgor, there is no 90% loss. If Almonty trades after the deal at 0.8 CAD, as it does at the moment, then one share of Woulfe is worth 0.8 CAD*0.1029 = 0.082 CAD. So if you buy now Woulfe...read more
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RE:weekend summer reading

Good to know that we have atleast one source for a likely outcome in terms of numbers.. However, I am keeping it simple.. We have a 3 to 5 year wait for a decent payoff here so first thing first.. I...read more
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RE:weekend summer reading

To have production by early 2017 would be great,except we common shareholders don't have any information about the immediate future plans that Almonty has for WOF.So with that in mind,how can anyone...read more
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weekend summer reading

An Interesting read to add to the merger circular. just out:  Edison's Investment Research "Woulfe Transaction Implications". This is an updated article on the prospected merger of Woulfe and Almonty,...read more
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RE:trade logic (thank you flow)

This is based on an assumption,that is.....Almonty will open the mine in the very near future.Just from my experience,I can tell you,if they don't,the share price will decline and us WOFers lose again...read more
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The Law of Pure Potentiality for AII & WOF merger.

There is no question that if the takeover merger takes place and IMC Warren Buffett's group remaining in the picture Almonty (AII) SP could easily go to $3 /$5. The PAST is History *  The FUTURE is...read more
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trade logic (thank you flow)

Buy and Sell: - On the sell side these are people that believe the SP of AII after the merger will go down: some just do not like the deal on fundamentals, others maybe want to play the merger...read more
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RE:RE:large volumes and other questions

kilgor, there is no 90% loss. If Almonty trades after the deal at 0.8 CAD, as it does at the moment,  then one share of Woulfe is worth 0.8 CAD*0.1029 = 0.082 CAD. So if you buy now Woulfe for 0.06...read more
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RE:large volumes and other questions

Is it good or bad? In the long run it is usually a good thing when retail sells and institutions buy Read more at http://www.stockhouse.com/companies/bullboard/c.wof/woulfe-mining-corp...read more
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RE:Voting

Unless there is a competing offer, this is all there is for us to vote.. Since I am away for next 2 weeks, does not look like I will be back in time.. I do plan to attrend the meeting which is at...read more
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Voting

Most of us seem to be in agreement that the merger might be the best way, but we deserve more than 40% of the new company. Almonty will not give up control of the new company. Someone recently posted ...read more
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large volumes and other questions

Q: What is going on with the large trade volumes these days? - Three million shares in one week. Woulfe does not trade that much in one month.  So the activity is noticeable. The $value of the trades...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Answers (sort of)

Until the merger is accepted or rejected, I'm not sure they can release any information. Any discussions with investors, suppliers, permit agencies, etc. are contingent on the merger being approved.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Answers (sort of)

Agreed.... their actions are very questionable. What they said they would do, they didn't do. Their dealings with everyone over the past few years with the local gov't in South Korea, the services of...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Answers (sort of)

That just about covers it.I do think Almonty wants to move forward and open the mine.What I am concerned about is,when will that happen?So far,the company(WOF)doesn't seem to think releasing any...read more