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Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd T.NDM

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

Northern Dynasty Minerals, Ltd., is a mineral exploration company. It is engaged in developing the Pebble Project, a copper-gold-molybdenum mineral project.
Price: $0.57 | Change: $0.00 | %Change: 0.00%
Volume: 34,774 | Day High/Low: 0.57/0.52 | 52 Week High/Low: 1.85/0.38
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Jan 13/15 Jan 9/15 Flatt, Gordon Indirect Ownership Common Shares 10 - Disposition in the public market -3,500,000 $0.451 Jan 5/15 Dec 31/14 Thomas, Trevor Direct Ownership Warrants 11 - more
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Chicken and Egg situation here

Having had another look at the NDM short position between the TSX and the nasdaq it stands at roughly 5,5million. That said ,we are entering a very critical part of the commodity cycle in more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Stirling Global Value Fund (SGVF)

Maybe they know something we don't. Additionally they didn't get to where they are at by looking at the glass as being half full when looking at a defined resource with a very good chance more
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RE:RE:RE:Stirling Global Value Fund (SGVF)

Why would sterling hold that much when NDM is not going to be mining for years if ever..  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Stirling Global Value Fund (SGVF)

It's my understanding that Stirling now holds 13.5% on NDM.  rate and reply
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RE:Stirling Global Value Fund (SGVF)

So Stirling Global Value Fund = Gordon Flatt  rate and reply
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Jan 13/15 Jan 9/15 Flatt, Gordon Indirect Ownership Common Shares 10 - Disposition in the public market -3,500,000 $0.451 Jan 5/15 Dec 31/14 Thomas, Trevor Direct Ownership Warrants 11 - more
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Stirling Global Value Fund (SGVF)

Any one have a view on SGVF?  rate and reply
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Mystery solved ...seller revealed.

On checking Canadian !nsider,they reveal that Flatt Gordon sold the entire 3,5million shares. Reasons for selling can be many sufficed to say the previous comment suggest he sold those shares in more
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RE:WHO TRADED THE 3,5million shares

You consider it might have been one of the PP participants selling 47 cent shares to free up cash to by 43 cent shares?  rate and reply
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Speaks Volumes

Anyone willing to invest 15.5 million dollars , albeit in the form of a private placement by way of the purchase of special warrants, has to speak volumes as to their faith in the eventual more
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Jan 9

Sym-X Bid - Ask Last Chg %Ch Vol $Vol #Tr Open-Hi-Lo more
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RE:WHO TRADED THE 3,5million shares

It looks like someone is taking a run at NDM.  rate and reply
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WHO TRADED THE 3,5million shares

Over 3,5 million shares traded on the TSX and 147k traded on the nasdaq. We know a short of 2,775 million existed as at the end of Dec 2014 on the TSX. Whether the buying yesterday helped to clear more
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Jobs & The Economy

With 15,000 jobs on the line & 2.5 Billion annually to the local economy, one has to assume that any environment concerns that have not already been addressed will be within reason. This project is more
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Northern Dynasty read in connection with previous post

December 29, 2014 Vancouver, BC – Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (TSX: NDM; NYSE MKT: NAK) ("Northern Dynasty" or the "Company") reports that it expects to privately place with certain more
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To those that think its the end well today NDM sent a statement that they are to raise CA$15,5million by way of a convertable warrant 9million of which will be taken up by management.Now I for one more
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RE:RE:Isn't this finally the end of Pebble?

I agree with you.  This is too valuable an asset.  With assurances and checks in place for enviornment protection, NDM has a chance.  rate and reply
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RE:Isn't this finally the end of Pebble?

My guess would be no - too valuable strategically to write-off for the sake of appeasing the far, and, in some cases, criminal, left.  rate and reply
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Isn't this finally the end of Pebble?   President Obama just took action to protect one of Alaska's most powerful economic engines and one more