Reading this report over again, from Feb. 28th, 2012, there are two things in the report they mention that could effect the share price in a big way.
-The report concludes that it is reasonable to assume that there are prospects for the exploration and discovery of borate elsewhere in the Jarandol and adjacent basins (that have the same or a similar geological genesis). However, the highest priority should continue to be exploration at the Piskanja deposit, and the interspaces within Jarandol basin that remain unexplored.
-This report classifies the deposit in a "B" and "C1" resource category (the Serbian equivalent of "measured" and "indicated", according to 43-101/CRIRSCO standards), and states the strong likelihood that the resource is larger than the stated estimate. The Piskanja deposit has the potential of hosting additional significant borate tonnage beyond the historical estimates, based on the ongoing compilation of assay data showing other zones of possible borate mineralization.
We have some holes with 5 and 6 zones. This report is telling us that the tonnage will probably be higher than 7.5 million tonnes. It is also telling us that there are probably other borate deposits on the Jarandol that have the same or a similar geological genesis as Piskanja, the reason why the company that took the 200 tonne bulk sample, had no problem with taking it from another deposit 3km away.