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Aurcana Corporation V.AUN

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

Aurcana Corp is a mining company. It is engaged in the production and sale of copper, silver, lead and zinc concentrates and the exploration, development and operation of natural resource properties.
Price: $0.46 | Change: $-0.025 | %Change: -5.15%
Volume: 81,427 | Day High/Low: 0.485/0.46 | 52 Week High/Low: 2.50/0.46
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RE:RE:RE:RE:History of mining - associated costs

Interesting. To me the scenario you mentioned seems quite surreal. I can't conceive how POG can possibly dip to $1000, below the AISC of over half the miners out there, given the current more
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RE:RE:RE:History of mining - associated costs

I had heard that back in the nineties when gold was reaching the  bottom the only profitable gold mine in all of Canada was the Gold Corp mine in Balmertown.   i guess this shows how deep a more
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RE:RE:History of mining - associated costs

Plus the cost of getting that energy to isolated mining sites ..... Richard  rate and reply
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RE:History of mining - associated costs

ShatnersRug wrote: What on Earth happened in the last 10 years that could drive up the AISC of miners by 100 - 150%???   'Rug... not the only reason, but probably the largest reason :  the price more
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RE:RE:History of mining - associated costs

@pipefit Thanks for the feedback. I will check out the website this weekend. Best, Shat  rate and reply
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RE:History of mining - associated costs

A lot of factors are in play.  One is that gold and silver were in a bear market for 20 years, from 1980 to 2000.  For the second half of that span, miners were forced to increasingly go after more
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History of mining - associated costs

Hey guys (Matt in particular), This board used to be home to the most astute posters on Stockhouse. I'm hoping that some still read the AUN board and can assist me in answering a question. Around more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:The Venture Exchange Casino

"Isn't that abiding by the "buy when no one else wants it" philosophy?" Similar.  When most of the gold newsletter analysts are out of the metal, or outright shorting it, who is left to sell? more
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RE:RE:RE:The Venture Exchange Casino

Isn't that abiding by the "buy when no one else wants it" philosophy?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:The Venture Exchange Casino

"What you should be complaining about is what is happening to the POG." Hulbert is one of the more accurate gold price callers.  Been following for a long time.  see link below. A guy a USA more
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RE:The Venture Exchange Casino

ACE$, What you should be complaining about is what is happening to the POG. It no longer responds to geopolitical factors, scarcity, sovereign balance sheets, or the health of the world's economies. more
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RE:RE:Positive negative

just curious if gary had anything to say about the $40 mil debt or why they have ceased payments for a few months?  or did he comment on the 1st installment  of orion's escrow shares being more
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RE:Positive negative

Today the price fell below the sp of 7 cents when Lenic came in to save us from his deal with SLW. Q2 optics looked bad as AUN paid out $4.5 million for defaulting on the Shafter offtake agreement. more
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Positive negative

One thing that keeps me hanging in , other tHan the fact that's there's not much sense in selling at this level , is the simple fact that we have 200+  Ounces in RESERVES , the problem is whether more
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RE:All the leaches and trolls

Johnny forgot to mention that the major shareholders and upper management have all rotated out. A year ago we were told Shafter was months away from meaningful production. Silver was $22-$25. more
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All the leaches and trolls

Do you really think posters like jimmyrogers33  and bluestar are here to save us 'suckers'. Either they are disgruntled AUN shareholder's (can't say I blame them) or have a motive to hang around more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Aurcana's Q2 Earnings Show Rising Costs, Shrinking Productio

Thanks for caring,troll.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Aurcana's Q2 Earnings Show Rising Costs, Shrinking Productio

but the writing was on the wall with this management a long, long time ago - only suckers left now.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Aurcana's Q2 Earnings Show Rising Costs, Shrinking Productio

Thanks ,John. I had read what the company has put up ,as well. Q2: $ 123,418 YTD: $1,032,900 It was said that Q1 Shafter costs were larger due to the winding down of staff and equipment,etc. as it more
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RE:CIBC and others

You need a strong stomach for it, that's for sure.  rate and reply