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MagIndustries Corp T.MAA

Sector: Agriculture | Sub-Sector: Agricultural Inputs
Alternate Symbol(s):  MAAFF

MagIndustries Corp is engaged in development and exploration of potash salt deposits. The Company has two business units: MagMinerals and MagForestry.
Price: $0.155 | Change: $-0.025 | %Change: -13.89%
Volume: 374,400 | Day High/Low: 0.18/0.15 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.24/0.135
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MAA on the move.

TOP NEWS ARTICLES   TSX Top 5: Corvus Gold Takes Top Spot Dec 15, 2014 11:05 am   The top five gainers on the Toronto Stock Exchange last week were Corvus Gold, Polaris Minerals...read more
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On another note. Bids are starting to appear....

Looks like we are finally catching a few bids down here. The volume has been somewhat up lately too.  I think earlier selling this month and late last month was the beginning of a tax loss disposition...read more
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RE:RE:China to invest 3.8 B$ in a Kazakhstan potash project

delice wrote: I dont know nothing interesting for us, maybe I am a littel stupid! I think the intent is to show china wants fertilizer independance which would mean completing and utilizing the MAA...read more
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RE:China to invest 3.8 B$ in a Kazakhstan potash project

I dont know nothing interesting for us, maybe I am a littel stupid!  rate and reply
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China to invest 3.8 B$ in a Kazakhstan potash project

Obviously China wants to get not only independant from North American potash producers but also from (surprise, surprise...) Russian potash producers. Today was published during a visit of the Chinese...read more
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2015 the year of MAA

With production starting to some degree at least this year, i think this will finally be the year that MAA will return to glory.  Goodbye 2014 hello 2015.  And in reality we've held in great in the...read more
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Canadian Insider

Latest 10 SEDI filings (by transaction date) for MAA within the last 6 months [?]  Amended Filing   As of 11:59pm ET December 8th, 2014...read more
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High assay results from neighbour "African Potash"

MAA + African Potash + Elemental Minerals seem to touch into one big belt of the same large geological containing huge amounts of Potash mineral. As I said already in former postings: there are...read more
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Potash Cartel

Keping MAA stock down for now, Evergreen will not be intimidated, I see the stock rising once we are under production. jmho  rate and reply
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...currently under construction...

Machine translation from the recent news of the Evergreen Group Webpage: http://www.evgreengroup.com.cn/news-views.asp?nid=382 ----- Evergreen and the group "going out" strategy is eligible...read more
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2015 MPC

Project Overview   MagMinerals Potash Corp., together with its Congolese subsidiary MagMinerals Potasses Congo SA ( MPC ) are developing a potassium chloride (KCl), (more commonly referred to as...read more
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MAA Take note of the share price.

Allana Potash  Canada’s Allana Potash is mainly focused on its Danakhil potash project in Ethiopia, though it also holds a 100-percent interest in more than 154,000 hectares in Argentina’s potash...read more
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Good time to accumulate

Buy, Buy, Buy  rate and reply
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Evergreen Should Follow Suit

BHP hints at Jansen fast-track after Uralkali disaster.  rate and reply
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Magnesium batteries instead of lithium-ion technology...

p { margin-bottom: 0.1in; line-height: 120%; } Today was published, that the Helmholtz Institut in Ulm, Germany, has developed a new Elektrolyte for magnesium based batteries. With that new...read more
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RE:RE:RE:SERIOUSLY!!!!

sxmustaf wrote: Wake up Delice. I bought 400000 shares because of sailor8. Lost a lot of money. Hey, no one forced you to buy anything.  Do your own DD and then you can only blame yourself...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:SERIOUSLY!!!!

Delice, Why am I lucky? And when you say long term, what do you mean? 1 year, 5 years? 10 years?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:SERIOUSLY!!!!

You can consider yourself lucky. Look what happens to all companies that exploit potassium: Allana is 0.28 cents, our neighbor Elemental is 0.23, and have been well above Maa, have patience. I think...read more
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RE:RE:SERIOUSLY!!!!

Wake up Delice. I bought 400000 shares because of sailor8. Lost a lot of money.  rate and reply
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RE:SERIOUSLY!!!!

You are a little paranoid!!!  rate and reply