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Great Western Minerals Group Ltd V.GWG

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

Great Western Minerals Group Ltd is an integrated rare earth processor which manufactures specialty alloys used in the magnet, battery, defense and aerospace industries.
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RE:Oaktree Capital

Not exactly the same but very similar to Great Western. Interesting. I think Neo wiyh its China geography could be a very marginal asset and perhaps beyond the control of its non Kind of makes one...read more
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RE:RE:BEST news yet

@ ME $20,000 would not keep the doors open for 2 months, think about it. OK?  rate and reply
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NEO vs LCM

Looks like Oaktree Capital is eyeing up NEO. How LCM compares to Neo I'm not sure but doesn't GWG  potentially have two moneymaking units,  LCM and Rareco?  rate and reply
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Oaktree Capital

The Wall Street Journal reports Oaktree contends Molycorp is in essence two companies: a moneymaking unit called Neo Material Technologies Inc. and a money-losing Mountain Pass rare-earths facility in...read more
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RE:RE:RE:For the LeVier supporters

Motherearth - I am pretty sure he has all his excuses why he isn't responsible for this mess already at hand. They probably delivered those excuses with the contract he signed when they put him into...read more
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RE:RE:For the LeVier supporters

I look at it this way, why was Marc brought in? to bring this thing down or to hopeful safe if from the clutches of the BHs? His reputation is at stake here, does he want to be known as the CEO who...read more
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RE:For the LeVier supporters

Hear Hear TOG!   Voice of reason!  My post from April! ME take your pay cheque, your many alias you use to rate/support yourself and go hurt people on another board please.  It was time to stop a long...read more
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RE:For the LeVier supporters

You neglected to say if shareholder equity has changed since his appointment date.  rate and reply
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For the LeVier supporters

January 9, 2013 - Saskatoon, Canada: Great Western Minerals Group Ltd. ("GWMG" or the "Company", TSX:V – GWG) today announced it has appointed Marc LeVier to the position of President and Chief...read more
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RE:BEST news yet

It might give Marc 2 extra months, alot can happen in that time.  rate and reply
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Search Minerals owns 100% of Red Wine

Search Minerals owns 100% of Red Wine Complex Property with purchase of Great Western Minerals’ working interest Posted on June 29, 2015 by Raj Shah June 29, 2015 (Source: CNW) — Search Minerals...read more
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RE:BEST news yet

@METhat would not be enough money to keep the doors open one more day. If Marc is going to do anything here, it would be to ensure one more pay stub. There is nothing more here really to dream about...read more
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RE:BEST news yet

Sheriff as in Deputy Dog?  rate and reply
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BEST news yet

#36 talks about cashflow, and it sounds to me like Marc is saying they may use the money from Red Wine and Hoidas sale to extend the stay still further. This tells me Marc is going to do what ever he...read more
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RE:RE:Levier exhibit A-E #143

B2BB, That's indeed a possible scenario, and if true we'll surely get the shaft. My concern would be greater yet if creditors could offer more than the last bidder, in which case the result would be...read more
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RE:Levier exhibit A-E #143

ME, I believe the bond holders whish to credit bid to purchase themself if the bids are too low.  rate and reply
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Levier exhibit A-E #143

Bondholders  to Credit Bid only after the conclusion and/ or terminated of the SISP process. I'm not sure why that is? anyone know? That does not make any sense if the asset have been sold and the...read more
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RE:RE:RE:LeVier and GWMG

michelleb33: Only one person is responsible for your drubbing with GWG. How can you be so critical of current management when mgmt. of your own investment is so extremely poor. Your constant...read more
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RE:RE:RE:LeVier and GWMG

Either way, the ship sunk under LeVier.  It ain't gonna go. :( i think we will all be shocked at the $ the assets will be sold for.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:LeVier and GWMG

previous management.new management. These guy couldn't put a toy train together. Our cash is gone  rate and reply