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Nevada Copper Corp T.NCU

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Copper

Nevada Copper Corp is an exploration-stage mining company which owns 100% of the Pumpkin Hollow Copper Development Property in the Walker Lane mineralised belt of Western Nevada.
Price: $1.77 | Change: $-0.05 | %Change: -2.75%
Volume: 86,948 | Day High/Low: 1.89/1.76 | 52 Week High/Low: 2.83/1.12
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Furthermore, Mudguy ...................................

First you can drop the victimhood act for when you felt it necessary to remind a fifty year resident of the state that it does rain in Nevada, I'd say the p_ssing contest had already begun. However...read more
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RE:RE:Teck looking to buy Copper mine

Its obviouly becoming clear that a large deficit in Copper is looming in a couple of years which could last to 2030. Big miners are waking up to the fact. Tech was hoping to have Relincho producing by...read more
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RE:Teck looking to buy Copper mine

Redmetal Thanks for posting the Teck  article on Bloomberg. Lindsay must be coy in what he says.  Just as NCU must be coy in pretending that it is ready to dance alone so too must potential pursuers...read more
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RE:From Mine to Market

Your questions should be answered in the Integrated Feasibility Study that's due out next month.  rate and reply
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Teck looking to buy Copper mine

Lindsay indicates that he is not alone and his competition is basing it on $3.50 to $3.75 Copper. article  rate and reply
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From Mine to Market

OK, so now we're down to 1906 feet, and nearly ready to start extracting ore. However, one doesn't ship and sell copper ore, not even at 1.35% Cu. NCU will need a concentrator, and they're discussing...read more
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Re Re

Wrong  All big piles and don't forget the ore that is one third magnetite  This is a iron oxide copper gold ore deposits. IOCG deposit for short check on it if you like.  rate and reply
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RE:Reasoning

Qbar, are you confusing waste rock and tailings? The strip ratio means that there will be lots of waste rock, but has nothing to do with tailings, which come out of the mill.  rate and reply
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RE:$2 Will this be a nesting spot for Spring?

Mat Girl "It will depend on the price of copper, the overall market sentiment, and information flowing from the company." Of course you are right, but what are the trends indicating. POCu - rising...read more
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RE:Reasoning

Bogfit don't let my last post scare you. Without metals we would still be in the Stone Age. LOL  rate and reply
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Reasoning

This "non~issue" is quite a large pile of something. Strip ratio of at least 3.7 to 1 and about 99% of the process rock moved into piles for all time. Not to mention deep pits and underground workings...read more
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$2 Will this be a nesting spot for Spring?

Or a mere flyover point in the verical journey upwards. We cannot know.  It will depend on the price of copper, the overall market sentiment, and information flowing from the company. We just heve...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Dry climate should reduce the issue?

Well, your well researched and informative post certainly deserves notice and reply. Thank you for all the time you spent researching the subject, but you have yet failed to explain one essential...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Dry climate should reduce the issue?

Well, your well researched and informative post certainly deserves notice and reply. Thank you for all the time you spent researching the subject, but you have yet failed to explain one essential...read more
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Bpultra = sad clown

He is obviously not on holidays, but rather has no internet from his parents basement.  Hence, why he isnt online providing second by second commentary of his useless viewpoints.  He lost his pants on...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Dry climate should reduce the issue?

Well, I guess that demands some response.  I have similar experiences in the desert, including measurements and analysis of extreme events in Arizona and New Mexico. Hydrologists define the risk of...read more
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Much ado about nothing

Okay, gang, let's move on from the tailings "issue" (or non-issue). Every property is unique, and requires a unique approach. Management will address tailings handling together with government...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Dry climate should reduce the issue?

Kurd33 wrote: You are bang on mudguy.  It is what the likes Bigfoot do on this board, attack anyone that brings any hint of facts so that their fantasies do not get distorted.  He called me all sorts...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Dry climate should reduce the issue?

" Hopefully some of this has been of interest to the board to resolve the original point." Which was - "I would think that the dry climate makes for a much different situation than the Mt polly sp...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Dry climate should reduce the issue?

I see an obvious error in bogfit's otherwise cogent post..... "There is a 90% chance that the tailings will NEVER see more than a TENTH [or hundredth] OF AN INCH of rain on any given day." What he...read more