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Ivanhoe Mines Limited T.IVN

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

Ivanhoe Mines Ltd is a mineral exploration and development company. The Company, together with its subsidiaries, explores, develops and recovers minerals and precious gems from its property interests located in Africa and Australia.
Price: $1.39 | Change: +$0.02 | %Change: +1.46%
Volume: 291,090 | Day High/Low: N/A/N/A | 52 Week High/Low: 2.70/1.25


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RE:RE:RE:Large buys in the AM

Bid was pulled a few seconds after open.not sure who it was....My guess National again....  rate and reply
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Here is another possitive for ZN.

This is just an absolutely spectacular buy. Scotiabank commodities specialist Patricia Mohr says a cyclical recovery in zinc and nickel is underway, leading to dramatically higher prices in 2015. (See...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Death by a thousand cuts

So we're on the same page in terms of ballpark valuation.  rate and reply
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RE:Be Carefull...

'Buy now for what you think it will be worth in the future'... Apologies this makes no sense for me.  I buy stocks now in anticipation of higher prices in the future.  I think IVN is worth aound $ 5 -...read more
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RE:RE:Large buys in the AM

Thanks Parsnipguy. I missed the opening this am. Was it National Bank that had the large buy again this morning? Did it do through? Thanks again,  rate and reply
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RE:Large buys in the AM

It was National Bank.IVN is in control of HFT and institutions.Yesterday it closed 1.39 then after hours a 100 share trade drops it to 1.37.Does that a lot.End of day retail are passengers only and...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Death by a thousand cuts

At current metal prices and a 5% value ascribed to the in-situ metal contained in resources I get a figure of about $830M for Kipushi. It is obviously more complex than that given jurisdictional...read more
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Large buys in the AM

Yesterday, someone put in an order for 100,000 shares at 8am. Today there is another. Does anyone remember (have access to) what house was the buyer?  rate and reply
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Be Carefull...

I think the market can be smarter than you and I... If it trades at $1.38, than that's what it's worth... If the market would think it's worth more, the stock would be higher... The market is a game...read more
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RE:RE:Moving

Looking at the trading in Trevali makes me more and more convinced that the Zn story will only grow over time.  Added to my IVN position today (again).  rate and reply
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RE:Moving

Yes looks good.Noticed yesterday Cannacord sold million wts around the low of day.My guess they were partly responsible for drop of late.No doubt part of PP of late.Lets hope some fruitation of a deal...read more
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Moving

Looks like we are headed higher, finally.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Death by a thousand cuts

OK, my very rough calculus based on pounds in the ground comparison based on Trevali gets me to Kipushi's EV of around C$ 800m. Trevali has 49m tonnes or ore grading around 6% (excl. by-products) in...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Death by a thousand cuts

I already did an evaluation and the price per share is OFF THE SCALE. Let's just say MANY MULTIPLES of where we are today.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Death by a thousand cuts

Well that's how RBC has done it, those NAVs are DCF generated. They obviously have not done that for Kipushi to arrive at ca C$ 200m valuation on 100% basis. I will do a quick pounds-in-the-ground...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Death by a thousand cuts

Yes, patience is definitely required for this one. Another way to look at valuation is NPV on a per share basis. That's how I'd look at Kipushi.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Death by a thousand cuts

I guess they simply don't want to speculate.  IVN itself is saying that an independent sampling review they had made in Johannesburg came to the conclusion that most likely thay have more ore and the...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Death by a thousand cuts

A few more tonnes at Platreef probably won't make the difference; they have more than enough material already. The news flow disruption is more of a cosmetic irritant. RBC must be out of their minds...read more
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RE:RE:Death by a thousand cuts

read a piece of research by RBC dated mid-August.  I did not realise IVN had discontinued exploration at Platreef.  they had obtained the mining permit, but the permit needs to be executed by the...read more
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Drinks with Robert Freidland

Breaking news: Legendary mining investor Robert Friedland has just confirmed to give a keynote address at IMARC at the close of play Tuesday 23 September - his first appearance in Australia in over...read more