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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: $-0.03 | %Change: -2.11%
Volume: 421,323 | Day High/Low: 1.42/1.37 | 52 Week High/Low: 2.70/1.25


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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:OK COME ON PEOPLE !!!! THINK FOR GODSAKES

WELL ACTUALLY WHY ARE YOU HERE...?? you seem happy with your stock and you know your going to be rich , so why are you wasting your time on a bullboard ??  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:OK COME ON PEOPLE !!!! THINK FOR GODSAKES

WOWWWWW, now that was PROFOUND, SO MUCH SO THAT I SUGGEST GETTING A HOLD OF FRIEDLAND. I AM SURE WITH THAT TYPE OF WISDOM, HE WILL PUT YOU ON THE BOARD. SOME SEE THE EVIDENCE IN FRONT OF THEM, BUT NO...read more
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RE:RE:RE:OK COME ON PEOPLE !!!! THINK FOR GODSAKES

even if its in an area where a geologist would get eaten by some tribe member if he walk a few feet off the property roflmao...anyway sad as it may seem often i see a pipe wrench on a store shelf for...read more
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RE:RE:OK COME ON PEOPLE !!!! THINK FOR GODSAKES

NOPE, THE PERCENTAGE A COMPANY RESCEIVES IS BASED ON GRADE AND OF COURSE A ROUGH COST OF MINING, BUT I DID SAY 6% TO 15% BASED ON SOME FACTORS. LARGE TONNAGE, HIGH GRADE LIKE THIS ONE COULD GET UP TO...read more
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RE:OK COME ON PEOPLE !!!! THINK FOR GODSAKES

did you forgot the cost to mine it by any chance? How about to build the mine?  rate and reply
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OK COME ON PEOPLE !!!! THINK FOR GODSAKES

I will only point out one fact. Just look at Kamoa. Over 43 BILLION lbs of COPPER. At the current 3.17 per/lb that has an inground value TODAY of OVER 136 BILLION DOLLARS, YHAY'S RIGHT 136 BILLION...read more
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RE:seems like

If a spin-off is all they are targeting, why make fuss about banks working on strategic alternatives? If there were nontakes for Kipushi/ Kamoa, don't you think Friedland would simply do nothing and...read more
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seems like

the market is assuming the assets will be spun off at fire sale prices  rate and reply
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RE:Insider Activity

ILUV, this was part of the placing done at 1.50, Friedland picked up his share of the greenshoe.  But insider buying nevertheless.  rate and reply
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RE:Insider Activity

Old news, this buy was part of the last financing. He made the buy to maintain his percentage of the company!!! UNKLAL  rate and reply
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Insider Activity

It has been a while since I checked for IVN but I just noticed that Robert Friedland acquired 2.5 million shares at $1.50 on July 11th. Insiders that put their own cash on the table have my undivided...read more
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I added to my pile today!!!

THANK YOU TO THE SELLERS!!!!  rate and reply
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RE:Keeping the Powder Dry

ridiculous price action in IVN today.  rate and reply
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Keeping the Powder Dry

It would seem as though a "wait and see" attitude has developed amongst investors with respect to IVN. I view the latest announcement as IVN's declaration that it will unlock value that the market is...read more
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Surprising reaction

i cannot help but wonder how come hiring bankers has not created any traction whatsover in the stock. Very limited volume, price flat. Yawn.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Maybe Glencor Take Over?

ILUV, I do think IVN would not bother making noise about appointing banks if they did not have credible approaches/ indications from interested parties. they brought in the banks to run a competetive...read more
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RE:RE:Maybe Glencor Take Over?

That is a reasonable assessment. Glencore's zinc production has been dropping due to mine closures and other factors. They also have smelters dependant upon external sources of supply, some with long...read more
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RE:Maybe Glencor Take Over?

Glencore has a massive copper mine in the same area as Kamoa jointly with Lundin. I doubt they will have an interest in Kamoa. Kipushi on the other hand may be on their radar.  rate and reply
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Ivanhoe Hires Bankers for Review of DR Congo Copper Projects

http://ceo.ca/2014/08/18/friedland-hires-bankers-for-review-of-kipushi-and-kamoa/  rate and reply
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Maybe Glencor Take Over?

Glencor has sold its Las Bambas copper project in Peru. They are for sur looking for a new copper project! Ivanhoe has it!  rate and reply