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Polaris Minerals Corporation T.PLS

Sector: Building Materials | Sub-Sector: Building Materials
Alternate Symbol(s):  POLMF

Polaris Minerals Corp is a supplier of high quality sand and gravel concrete aggregates in northern California. It is engaged in the development and operation of construction aggregate properties and projects in North America.
Price: $2.33 | Change: +$0.03 | %Change: +1.30%
Volume: 1,855 | Day High/Low: 2.33/2.33 | 52 Week High/Low: 3.20/1.38
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Fairmont Resources V.FMR

If you like industrial mineral stocks, have a look at Fairmont Resources (V.FMR).  I think it is the most undervalued industrial minerals stock on the market.  www.fairmontresources.ca  rate and reply
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Development of terminal at Port of Long Beach

A good update earlier this week on the terminal development at The Port of Long Beach - released on the company's website: http://polarmin.com/photo-gallery/long-beach-port-terminal/berth-dredging...read more
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Polaris Appoints Scott Dryden as Vice President of Business

VANCOUVER, Aug. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Polaris Minerals Corporation (TSX:PLS) ("Polaris" or "the Company") is pleased to announce the appointment of Scott W. Dryden as Vice President of Business...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Eagle Rock Quarry

That would be a major win for PLS and we need it. The way the earnings and offering were handled has hurt the stock. We are now 30 cents below offering. I am sure those investors are not happy about...read more
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RE:RE:Eagle Rock Quarry

Now, that's interesting.  I'm sure they are also looking into increasing the allowable yearly tonnage of sand and gravel from Orca.  I wonder how difficult it would be to get that permission from the...read more
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RE:Eagle Rock Quarry

Word on the street is - something better has come up, something that has been in the mix for a few years.  Beside Orca is a hard rock source - its been drilled, its the real deal, its permitted, and...read more
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Eagle Rock Quarry

Aggman, Any idea how long it would take and how expensive to start production and shipping of granite out of Eagle Rock once the decision has been make to go? I'm guessing they'd need at least 3...read more
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RE:RE:Paradigm Capital raises target price from $3 to $3.25

I do not, I saw it on a summarized Canadian round up.  You could call David Davidson, here in Toronto -  His dets from the PLS website are: (maybe give him a call and see if he'd push a report over...read more
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RE:Paradigm Capital raises target price from $3 to $3.25

Do you have the write up if there is one? I would love to see what they are basing this on. Stock has been straight down since offering. Call did not help.  rate and reply
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Paradigm Capital raises target price from $3 to $3.25

That's a nice vote of belief from Paradigm Capital.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:New thread: Catch all of last 4-5 posts

And (maybe not a final thought) - they have $21M in cash and development options to explore - ranging from San Diego, to other points around LA.  When you think about what "scarcity" is, there is a...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:New thread: Catch all of last 4-5 posts

Aggman, Thanks again for your analysis. If you are right with cogs, Long Beach pricing, then Polaris is easily a $5-7 stock, depending on Mr. Market's mood when the good news starts to roll in. I'd...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:New thread: Catch all of last 4-5 posts

a few points to shape your analysis.  As volumes increase, unit costs will drive down - we are starting to see that trend. I think unit costs went down 80 centston QoQ - this is good. Run your...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:New thread: Catch all of last 4-5 posts

That is what that quality aggregate will comand in that market.  I was discussing it with a RMX producer in LA recently. Just remember the US is on a pricing uptick.  Just 4.5 years ago - the LA...read more
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RE:RE:RE:New thread: Catch all of last 4-5 posts

I would love some feedback on my post below. My calculations puts cost of goods sold for any shipments over 4 million tons per year at $11.62/ton. Selling only 4 million tons into SF, Polaris needs ...read more
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RE:RE:RE:New thread: Catch all of last 4-5 posts

Thanks for your insight Aggman, Curious to know how you get the $20/ton price for Long Beach?  I've read prices in LA have been closer to $13-$16/ton over the past decade.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:New thread: Catch all of last 4-5 posts

Polaris's aggregate qulaity is indeed very high. Normally in markets - what matters most is that it is approved byt the State DOT for state projects.  Similarly that it approved by US Corps of...read more
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RE:New thread: Catch all of last 4-5 posts

Hi Aggman and any other posters who know something about aggregates, I'm trying to get an understanding on how much better Polaris' aggregates are compared to their competitors.  I've read the...read more
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New thread: Catch all of last 4-5 posts

I just listened to the call - I thought the questions were valid enough.  I thought the recent equity raise would bring new Montreal & Toronto institutions/investors here into the mix - so it would be...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Earnings

As hard as it might be, the best way to make money with Polaris is to forget you own it and come back to it in 5 years.  We are no where near the level of construction that was happening in 2002-2007...read more