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Constantine Metal Resources Ltd V.CEM

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

Constantine Metal Resources Ltd., is engaged in exploration and evaluation of mining mineral properties. The Company's property portfolio includes Palmer, Hornet Creek, Munro-Croesus, Four Corners, Phoenix Gold, Golden Mile, Trapper Gold and Yukon Land.
Price: $0.165 | Change: $-0.005 | %Change: -2.94%
Volume: 12,650 | Day High/Low: 0.175/0.165 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.25/0.045
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RE:CEM potential takeover target -- Canaccord analyst interview

Thanks for finding & sharing D&B. Good to know that CEM is increasingly getting some well-deserved attention.  rate and reply
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CEM potential takeover target -- Canaccord analyst interview

In an interview posted today with Canaccord’s mining analyst, he points to CEM as a potential takeover target when asked “what junior is ready for the next big buyout”.  Despite lack of formal...read more
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RE:RE:The Problem v.s. Amazing Potential.

I know Bob, I've been watching and waiting for his take on things. He may be accumulating here before he responds. I believe that results from Little Jarvis may make us look back on the price today...read more
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RE:The Problem v.s. Amazing Potential.

krishak, 'crystalmethod' hasn't commented about CEM either on stockhouse or SI since the news came out.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Holes 14-54 and 14-65......

A lot of typing errors I make I ignore but I have to change this one: "At some point no matter how much risk capital you through at mining exploration there will be no more mines to be found, but...read more
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We Have Been Trundled

Any geologist who has worked the Yukon, N.W.T, Alaska or British Columbia, who has been around a while, knows exactly what this means in the exploration business. I have not come across a single...read more
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RE:Holes 14-54 and 14-65......

Hi Stillbob,   The following is just a qualitative estimate based on my experience in the mining industry but I will write with conviction as this is what I believe: Most metallic, hard rock mines...read more
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RE:Holes 14-54 and 14-65......

Thanks Bob,,that is an important point..Wonder what the rock will look like 50 meters to the East of 14-54? CP  rate and reply
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NR timing

I have to wonder who in their right mind puts out a positive NR during a market crash!  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:The Problem v.s. Amazing Potential.

Hi stillbob, Well, I am suggesting that if you want to make money with CEM stay in it for the long term. I have been in for 3 years and I am still up 33% as of today. No complaints. In fact it is...read more
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Holes 14-54 and 14-65......

Normally, when you see two holes numbered with a lot of numbers in between, like 54 and 65, you figure those holes must be way apart from each other. Especially when one is the lead hole of a news...read more
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RE:RE:The Problem v.s. Amazing Potential.

It's amazing what someone articulate can do on a thread! First you throw out all this wild and crazy mining stuff that means nothing and people actually listen to you and now you're telling people to ...read more
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89 METERS OF 5.0% ZINC

There is also a comment about "4.82-metre intersection grading 0.85 per cent copper and 21.62 per cent zinc (hole CMR08-17)" The program does not include definition or infill type drilling.  That...read more
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This market doth confound

doth it not?....... Only the S & P and the big board are of absolutely certain trajectory past and present. Upwardly mobile, as if on wings, for the creatures hath no legs ( volume ). Elevated and...read more
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RE:The Problem v.s. Amazing Potential.

I belive the issues are twofold. Hole 14-65 with barite and sulfides is huge compared to14-54 in thickness..but what is the length of this deposit? How can you calculate tonnes without knowing all the...read more
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RE:The Problem v.s. Amazing Potential.

Hello Krishak, I am travelling right now but I wanted you to know I read your post as well as the others. I would like to elaborate more but in a nutshell us 'small fry' can have a big impact if we...read more
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The Problem v.s. Amazing Potential.

Seems to be a difference of opinion between the responses of W.Y.B.M. & C.P. in yesterday's post and Bob's response today, regarding the latest results. I do not have the technical expertise of these...read more
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RE:The problem.....

Ya it just looks like people with weaker hands were expecting more and unloaded some shares today. Notably house 95.  The stock is still very thin either way so not sure which way we are going here.  rate and reply
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The problem.....

What the market wanted to see in this news was tonnage, but this news didn't offer much if any. It also didn't confirm the plate into a big tonnage contributor but instead turned it into a big...read more
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Timber?

Not much support here. Will it get ugly?  rate and reply