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Royal Nickel Corporation T.RNX

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals

Royal Nickel Corp is engaged in the acquisition, exploration, evaluation and development of mineral properties.
Price: $0.28 | Change: $0.00 | %Change: 0.00%
Volume: 49,130 | Day High/Low: 0.285/0.275 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.71/0.27
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RE:RE:RE:At best a buyout..but when

I like nickel and own Sherrit, Royal Nickel and Westhaven. I have bought each because they offer a different level of risk versus reward. If nickel prices finally increase then I'd expect Sherrit more
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RE:RE:At best a buyout..but when

Westhaven a piece of garbage,yah royal nickel might buy them out at four cents a share  rate and reply
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Short summary great!!

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RE:At best a buyout..but when

Funny you mention a buyout; I actually ended up here because of a slide used in a presentation by another nickel exploration company.   Slide 14 more
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At best a buyout..but when

Good reserve base, good access...a major company will buy this company out when nickel market really tightens. Took a position today. Looking for $ 1- $1.10 by June 2016... Hope it works..jmho  rate and reply
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Royal Nickel rated spec. buy @ Salman Partners

PT: C$1.30  rate and reply
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RE:Global Nickel Market Outlook 2016

John Kaiser mentioned IMT.V completing drill program west of Sudbury (NI-CU-PGE) worth a read. IMT also mentioned on 11May2015.  rate and reply
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Global Nickel Market Outlook 2016

A short but interesting read:  rate and reply
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Strong uptick on nickel price

Solid recovery on nickel starting. Let's see if it goes into breakout mode. Still need some of that LME stock to disappear.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:This dog

Lets hope for good news. Almost out of money, Last financing brought a whole bunch of cheap warrants. Brutal. This will not get built until we see at least $10 Nickel which aint a happenin  rate and reply
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RE:This dog

wannabeinvestor wrote: is just trending lower and lower.  What does it take to pull it out of this downtrend? News. Getting closer to production. Higher nickel prices. If you believe in the more
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Will RNX be considered$1-billion-quebec-mining-fund-poised-to-make-its-first-investments  rate and reply
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This dog

is just trending lower and lower.  What does it take to pull it out of this downtrend?  rate and reply
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Nickel Inv.Heads Up this junior drilling could be a BIG one

>"It's drilling time" Copy and paste  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:This one is funny

"consensus rating is a buy." This is based on the claimed pending nickel shortage. Looking at the LME and seeing the warehouse levels continually rise one has to ask; shortage, based on what?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:This one is funny

Shares have underperformed the S&P TSX by 39.47% during the last year. Of the three analysts surveyed by Reuters Estimates that cover Royal Nickel Corp, the consensus rating is a buy.  rate and reply
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RE:This one is funny

Nickel is taking it in the teeth today RNX should go up if the trend holds.  rate and reply
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This one is funny

Without fail the share price has continually gone up with a decrease in the price of nickel and down with an increase in the price of nickel. Major take down on LME stocks had no effect. Said more
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RE:RE:Philip Richards on RNX

That should have been Remember: increased demand -reduced supply = reduced inventory. Read more at  rate and reply
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RE:Philip Richards on RNX

My own view of nickel is demand growth remains quite good. Read more at This is where the more