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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: $2.15 | Change: $0.00 | %Change: 0.00%
Volume: 1,285 | Day High/Low: 2.15/2.12 | 52 Week High/Low: 3.20/1.65
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eattle Slim - I do appreciate your analysis of PLS - in fact - would I like most - is that you think like a portfolio manager - in that - you look at Canadian Energy names, Canadian energy more
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RE:2024 Olympic bid presentation - made at Redwood City

I think you've already pointed out that momentum in pricing and volumes seem irreversible through at least 2017. Certainly speculative at this point, but a 2024 SF Olympics would stretch more
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2024 Olympic bid presentation - made at Redwood City

Interesting: bids presented today - LA, SF, BOS, DC. LA Times reports Bostons bid is weakest. LA + SF strongest. Winner announced in early 2015 - bid would go in 2016 - so there is 50 percent more
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RE:IR, other functions, marketing and the new logo

Aggman, I agree with your analysis - you are clearly a sophisticated investor/shareholder of PLS. But, in my opinion, the main purpose of a (cost-effective) IR function is to bring in new more
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IR, other functions, marketing and the new logo

Kind words Mr. Miningfundi -  - appreciate that commentary. I don't think PLS needs an inestor relations type - as an investor I am all about keeping Corporate overhead and SG&A tight and lean more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:2014-2015 the eternal, relentless march forward

Thanks Aggman for all the excellent posts - very interesting and helpful! It seems that Polaris does not have an investor relations function (internal or external)? You seem to be well more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:2014-2015 the eternal, relentless march forward

Excellent posts. It seems as though the stars are aligning for them. Virtually all of PLS's costs outside of bunker fuel (one way or another embedded in the customer's price) are in CAD -- more
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RE:RE:RE:2014-2015 the eternal, relentless march forward

Thanks VC1.  Marine oil prices will come down, and then should help the shipper - and possibly PLS.  Herb did mention on the q3 call that the californian emissions regime will put upward pressure more
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RE:RE:2014-2015 the eternal, relentless march forward

Aggman - Great post like always! I have read that California will be the biggest beneficiary of lower oil prices as they are the largest net importing state of oil. This should help state coffers more
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RE:2014-2015 the eternal, relentless march forward

Correction: Candlestick will get served from one o fthe SF pier terminal (not Redwood). Also the SF - LA train line runs through the heart of PLS's markets:   SF-SFO Airport - Redwood - Pal more
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2014-2015 the eternal, relentless march forward

Firstly, fellow contributors - I want to say thanks for your posts and thanks for reading and responding to some of mine. 2014 was supposed to be the gung-ho year - but there were various forms more
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Insider buying!

Company Name : Polaris Minerals Corporation Last Updated: December 8, 2014 Date Symbol Insider Buys Volume Insider more
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RE:RE:i see this as a good chance to buy

Don't know about q4 (I remember that last year was strong enough such they pre-released volumes in Jan.; so maybe a difficult comparison). But the 10-15% organic growth plus 500k to LB guided to more
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RE:i see this as a good chance to buy

I hope you are correct but I spoke to the company after the last conference call. I asked them about 4th Q sales matching last years( last year was a big Q for them) and they said it would not be more
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i see this as a good chance to buy

at 1.6 - 1.9 2015 will be a solid year - this volatility is a holiday gift, to the wise and shrewd omho  rate and reply
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RE:Anyone know what's up?

Nothing. Spill over from oil-induced carnage on TSX. PLS is selling building materials for projects in Bay Area and LA, both approaching aggregate constrained status. Aggregate pricing simply is more
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Anyone know what's up?

Down 14% today and 25% in the past week.  rate and reply
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Off topic : aggman may I ask you a favor ?

A new member on the HBK board was comparing PLS to HBK on the HBK board . He asked a question that I think would be up your ally to respond to . Could you come by and express your opinion more
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RE:RE:RE:on the question of value

think you are spot on: they are marginal (fringe) geographically - so not sure of their relevance to the Silican Valley market. True change of ownership - but I think this was a case of VMC more
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RE:RE:on the question of value

Good points as usual. To be clear, it is refreshing that Wilson is not a tout. A mention of the volumes of the San Jose property would have been helpful is all. But the VMC acquisition is not more

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