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Polaris Minerals Corporation T.PLS

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

Polaris Materials Corp is engaged in the development of quarries and the production of construction aggregates. The Company's products include large and small gravel, and concrete sand.
Price: $2.75 | Change: $0.00 | %Change: 0.00%
Volume: 12,400 | Day High/Low: 2.75/2.75 | 52 Week High/Low: 2.95/1.65
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Polaris Materials should be sold

After thinking about the future prospects for Polaris, I keep coming back to conclusion that it doesn't make much financial sense for Polaris to remain an independent company.  They just do not have...read more
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RE:Mitsubishi Cement to expand Long Beach Operations

Very good news. I like the "Our plant and the other plants in Southern California are sold out and demand keeps rising,” BTW as per the article, MItsubishi still has to obtain the permit for the...read more
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RE:Mitsubishi Cement to expand Long Beach Operations

Isn't this the operation formerly owned by Robertson adjacent to Polaris's operation? Presumably they will be using PLS's aggregate, will they not?  rate and reply
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Mitsubishi Cement to expand Long Beach Operations

A market comparable. Let's see how long they take to get this operational. Clearly a good indicator of market demand. Article (18, May) Mitsubishi Cement to expand Long Beach Operations Mitsubishi...read more
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RE:Frozen in Ontario - some facts to consider

Ok was too quick on the share count.   Closer if you add the roughly 5 millions options and  warrants ITM.  Of course,  you would have to add the proceeds upon exercise but we are getting diluted if...read more
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Frozen in Ontario - some facts to consider

I see on TSX there are 87.665M shares outstanding. I hear you on "lip-service" - but here is where our views may differ: - I like management to have shares, because they have the equity-ownership...read more
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RE:I strongly implore ALL Shareholders to VOTE NO

Hi Agg, Bottom line, we have shares in a corporation with 100 millions shares O/S.   We can still have a pretty good return but no 10 bagger potential.  This was possible at .30/share or about a few...read more
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I strongly implore ALL Shareholders to VOTE NO

It smelt of unchecked self enrichment, and I have read the Circular - a selection of items I do not approve: amend the Amended Option Plan to increase the number of common shares reserved for...read more
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RE:Herb Wilson

will become Executive Vice Chair of the Board of Directors PLS has 4 directors  rate and reply
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Herb Wilson

He is stepping down this year.  I wonder how this will effect things?  rate and reply
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RE:Amended Option Plan - Now therefore be it resolved

How can rain be used as an excuse? (I just choked on my chicken broth). California has been in drought conditions for 4 years - its a national emergency. POLB is late. I will read the circular...read more
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Amended Option Plan - Now therefore be it resolved

Can someone comment on this amended option plan.  Incentive or not?  Really - should any improved incentive plan be approved given the past events ( or is a improvement?) - Dilutions, LA port...read more
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RE:USE IT or LOSE it (since 1964).

Agg, You are right, they are sitting ducks right now.  They are way undervalued versus the potential.  This is also why it is a good investment btw.   But I assume that like me, you have more than...read more
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RE:RE:USE IT or LOSE it (since 1964).

Before the crash of 2008, this was a $14-$15.00 stock.  The valuation based on the idea of shipping he aggregate to California.  Now they are doing what they were only dreaming or hopeful for in the...read more
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RE:USE IT or LOSE it (since 1964).

Well said.  This stock came public at $4.00 and has been a  big loser if you were a buyer at the intial public offering.  They need to execute and prove this is a profitable business model.  rate and reply
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USE IT or LOSE it (since 1964).

My call for action - is well-founded. Management are paid (and management and the Board are stockholders) to manage the performance and growth of the business and by association manage the share...read more
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RE:PLS - Capital Management

Agg, I understand your frustration. This being said, yes, dividend.  But right now, it would be peanuts.   Would not be moving the share price.  Next year ?  I hope so when they begin to cash flow...read more
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PLS - Capital Management

Thanks Frozen-in-Ontario, The sector has ripped in the last 2 weeks since MLM reported.  I also think PLS being cashflow, EBITDA and EPS positive in the first quarter is an achievement in itself. As...read more
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RE:development assets / market

They might be timid or careful. They almost went under during the downturn. They did survive but they did dilute a lot. Now they are debt free. I guess one is careful with leverage when you almost get...read more
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development assets / market

As I have generally opined - the value of the latent develop asset is truly validated/proven when it comes to market - and I think thats what Polaris are all about - albeit at a glacial pace.  For...read more