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Midas Gold Corp T.MAX

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Gold

Midas Gold Corp is a mineral exploration company. The Company is engaged in acquisition and exploration of its Golden Meadows Property located in Idaho, United States.
Price: $0.52 | Change: $0.00 | %Change: 0.00%
Volume: 199,655 | Day High/Low: 0.52/0.50 | 52 Week High/Low: 1.14/0.43
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RE:Midas has 12 million in working capital

Lassonde is the smartest guy in the room.Don't bet against him.  rate and reply
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Midas has 12 million in working capital

Here's the link that shows their working capital, how the market is valuing their resources, etc: Doesn't seem as if more
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Another reason

To own MAX as more government steal the majors mine on a global basis.Barrick or Newmont will buy the safe Idaho assets of Midas.It might be harder to permit it but now ones going to steal it . more
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RE:RE:Merger Monday

The rumor within the mining sector is that Midas is running out of money. Instead of spreading the rumour yourself why do you not just check their website. I did and found that Midas had $13.2 more
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RE:Merger Monday

Every junior talks (spreads rumors) of takeovers it bumps up there share price. I cant see Newmont taking this project on, the permitting is very messy due the salmon river and threatned more
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Here it is

Analyst says these companies are potential 10 baggers image: more
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RE:In talks

You must be insane if you want them to sell down here.  rate and reply
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Merger Monday

On any given Monday it seems week end merger talks are held.MAX could be here of a Friday and gone on a Monday. I have a strong feeling MAX is talking to Newmont. PEMs CEO told me they were more
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RE:In talks

"Good times" depends on what price the shareholders own the stock at and what price Midas sell for, if they do! I very much doubt the majority of shareholders would be happy with talk of selling more
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In talks

I have a view that MAX is in talks with a major for a sale of the company.That major migh be Newmont as its shareholders want NEM to replace reserves in stable US location.However Teck could mount more
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Here are some recent Midas Gold Corporation analyst reports

Hey guys,   Here are some recent Midas Gold Corporation analyst reports:  rate and reply
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RE:In play

Could be, buy it could also be that the stock is simply catching up with the rest of the market.  rate and reply
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In play

I suspect Midas is in ply for a take over.The move up today was strong.The company is likely in talks with a major  rate and reply
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Price action

Finally we are moving. gold appears short-term overbought, but sure seems like it has bottomed.  rate and reply
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Re: Vancouver Resource Investment Conference

I'm sorry. Forgot to give the link:  rate and reply
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Vancouver Resource Investment Conference

I attended VRIC and a Mr. Nick Hodge from "The Outsider Club" newsletter put on a presentation called, "Four Undervalued Resource Stocks for 2015". His first pick was Midas Gold.  Not having heard more
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RE:Rising gold= Takover

Gold Corp just bouth another  Kaiser take over target PRB for $526 million or $122 per oz. MAX is worth at leat that.If Kaiser is right we could see MAX at $3 in short order  rate and reply
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Rising gold= Takover

Gold Corp is activly on the hunt for stable safe gold deposits in North America post the Osisko failer.The rising price of gold is going to have a positive effect on CEOs to do M&A deals.Prices of more
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stock's lack of movement from out of the doldrums

Thinking optimistically, I believe the inertia surrounding this stock at a normally great time of year for mining stocks may mean there is a serious party interested in acquiring Midas.  In more
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RE:RE:PFS Bearly Positive

I would have thought the directive from S Quin to the VPs would have been to lower the costs and increase the IRR not visa versa. No point in coming up with this PFS, because it does not satisfy more