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Athabasca Minerals Inc V.ABM

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

Athabasca Minerals Inc is a mineral exploration and management company. It acquires, explores and develops mineral claims located in the Fort McMurray area for the purpose of extracting salt, silica sand and other minerals.
Price: $0.76 | Change: +$0.05 | %Change: +7.04%
Volume: 32,400 | Day High/Low: 0.76/0.74 | 52 Week High/Low: 3.20/0.65
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OMG CONTAIN YOUR EXCITEMENT ON TODAY'S NEWS LOL

Jan 28, 2015 Athabasca Minerals Announces Operations Update..................http://www.athabascaminerals.com/s/news.asp?ReportID=692667  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Whataya mean no support ?

Yeah.  Used to be the hottes game in town in H1 2014.  Then fell off the cliff and seem to be rebounding nicely.  Unless you beleive that fracking is dead, frac sand is a great way to play this space,...read more
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RE:RE:Whataya mean no support ?

what are they establishing? Those tickers are the big dogs in the Wisconsin silica sand right?  rate and reply
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RE:Whataya mean no support ?

Big US peers are establishing smth of a floor, i.e. HCLP, EMES, SLCA  rate and reply
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Whataya mean no support ?

it bounced off a daily pivot at 65 cents . I like this Co , it's a makin' money ! What was the low back in May 2013 ? Could be worth a bet in my humble opinion .  rate and reply
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May pick some up at 50 cents. No support as keeps falling

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PEA

should be released any day now ya?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:why is ABM doing a buy back

It might be more equity and pre-sold production than debt actually.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:why is ABM doing a buy back

They will most likely make a mix of the above. Debt, new equity and pre-sold production.  rate and reply
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RE:why is ABM doing a buy back

I don't think they will build the processing plant on their own.  Although frac sand is not all the rage anymore, I still see one of the US majors either acquiring Firebag or doing a JV with ABM to...read more
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why is ABM doing a buy back

they need the money to build their processing plant so in my opinion this is a boo boo , can anyone correct me thanks  rate and reply
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RE:RE:2015

Keep in mind that the project will start production after 2 years minimum, excluding any start-up problems. This is not an overnight project.  rate and reply
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RE:2015

This is the big unknown here.  rate and reply
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2015

Surely ABM will move north in 2015 with the release of the PEA regarding the Firebag project. I see this moving north toward $1.50 again. Does anyone know the timeline for Firebag Phase 2 application...read more
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Buyback

That's a good move by ABM. Hope to see the stock recover some ground as a result.  rate and reply
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past the present fear

N American shale drillers will be requesting more and more high quality sand for the next 5+ years irrespective of the volatile benchmark pricing. If energy pricing returns to norms, that growth will...read more
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subject: ABM-V (at $0.86): New 52-Week Low

10:44 AM 15/12/2014 ABM-V Last Price: $0.86 Net Change: $-0.08 % Change: -8.51% Previous close: $0.94 High: $0.87 Low:: $0.86 52-Week High: $3.20 52-Wk Low:$0.87 Volume: 3,800  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:You think managment might put out

A share buyback is not what they need. Their liquidity for now is ok.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:You think managment might put out

The PEA is almost complete, being reviewed by ABM's management as per update.  once this is out, it opens the door for discussions with financiers and equity partners for ABM. Timing is not great, but...read more
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RE:RE:You think managment might put out

Did you see their balance sheet ? There is little cash and some debt. They can not afford to buy back shares. I hope the oilsand players they serve will not cut their infrastructure spendings.  rate and reply