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GoldQuest Mining Corp V.GQC

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals
Alternate Symbol(s): GDQMF

Goldquest Mining Corp. together with its subsidiaries engages in the exploration and development of mineral resource properties in the Dominican Republic. Its projects include Los Comios, Las Tres Palmas, Loma Viejo Pedro, Cerro Dorado and among others.
Price: $0.28 | Change: $0.00 | % Change: 0.00%
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Should mean new presentation

drilling targetsprobably will be available and included in the presentation.  End of April may mean seperate release of targets in any event. Upcoming Events   European Gold Forum 2014 -...read more
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If a stellar drill hole bumps it to$0.75, would favor a Private Placement giving GQC 2to 3 years of additional capital to find and prove 10 million oz. - That probability would be greatly enhanced if...read more
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RE:RE:Reminder

Quote comes from Goldquest web site.  In the FAQ section. I believe management means this.  It is true management could bring a discovery into production but for me, at least, this simply enhances...read more
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RE:Reminder

Aknahow, can you note whose quote is this? That is to say the source of your quote. Wasn't GG an exploration company once that changed itself into an significant actual gold producer? Finally, with...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Resistivity Trend

ProGeo, So we are looking for areas that have both features: low resistivity (or high conductivity) and very low magnetic rock? goldhunter  rate and reply
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Reminder

"Our eventual aim is to sell the projects we discover (or the company) to established mining companies."  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Resistivity Trend

Just remember that ZTEM is measuring resistivity and magnetics is measuring magnetic susceptability of the rocks.  Both are good indicators of the mineralization but may not be exactly in the same...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:just a feeling....

I definitely agree with your analysis. The PEA will be very interesting.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Resistivity Trend

ProGeo, Thanks for the info. Yup, the drill will tell the story, so we wait. Just looked some old info and found that the Las Tres Palmas trend (magnetometry background map) was different than the...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:just a feeling....

ilafalot, The in-situ value assigned to a junior depends on many factors, such as size, grade, location, etc... In the previous post I simply used the value of ~$20 that BB found in an analysis. This...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:just a feeling....

Thanks BB, that's what I figured.  However, the range of valuations is so wide, I am not sure it really is "better than a stab in the dark".   Knowing that we have so little respect at the moment...read more
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I saw a recent Canaccord analysis where the junior exploration value in situ for gold resources averaged about $20 per ounce. Of course - the in situ value varied widely depending on which junior they...read more
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RE:RE:just a feeling....

What is the source of the $22/oz in ground value?  I believe we had deals being done several years ago in the $100-$200 range (when the pog was far higher and money for gold eqities available). If...read more
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RE:just a feeling....

bullbleep, It's fine to be on the conservative side for using only the indicated resource of 2.5Moz, but this is only 75% of the total number. Usually, the total number is quoted with each portion...read more
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Goldhunter: I can see how this can be a difficult concept, but your understanding is actually very good.  Lets assume we have a magic machine that can remotely measure certain properties of rocks...read more
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ProGeo, Thanks for your home schooling for a non-geo. Excellent interpretation. I looked at this pretty picture last night for a long time along with your reply to Ilafalot. I have a few comments...read more
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just a feeling....

but this thing is going on a roll again. Very short period of time to get 2.5M odd ounces indicated from initial drill hole. New survey with promising results, geo crew on the ground,, cash in the...read more
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RE:RE:Resistivity Trend

Hello Old GQC Friends: I have not followed GQC closely for some time.  Some of you may recall that I said GQC would go into a long period of proving a resource with in-fill drilling and this is what...read more
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RE:RE:Resistivity Trend

ProGeo, I as well as many others would be very interested in your response to iafalot's questions. Your expertise has been very welcomed in the past.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Resistivity Trend

ProGeo, On reflection I suspect that orange was used merely to highlight the "deposits" previously identified and does not represent the mid-point of intensity.  That makes the survey way more...read more