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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.
Price: $0.045 | Change: $-0.005 | %Change: -10.00%
Volume: 269,458 | Day High/Low: 0.05/0.045 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.14/0.04
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RE:separation agreement

He's on the down low.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Why not?

The chicken fried steak at Yellowstone Lodge is awesome but they could use a window washer.  rate and reply
5 stars

RE:RE:Why not?

And that female broker at the Yellowstone lodge....lol.  rate and reply
5 stars

RE:Why not?

Hey Banger why don't you give us your Twitter account details, so we can follow you properly. I just figure it would be much easier to keep track of your "awesome life" this way. We also need to know,...read more
1.5 stars

Come on in, the water is fine!

Why in the hell do all you folks hang around this board if you aren't buying or selling? There must be more profitable and interesting ways to spend your time. Just picked up another 25,000 trading...read more
0 stars

separation agreement

where is it Marc. Market says you have nothing.since last NR we have gone from 8.5 to 4. How low are we gonna go till this tight lipped CEO does something for us share holders  rate and reply
2 stars

Why not?

Seems that GWM shares still are on sale. Chinese ree import prices on the rise and Lynas teeters on going under, which would unflood the ROW market for LREE (helping GWM dispose of same). GWM remains...read more
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BONDS

Is there anyone reading these posts able to give us a quote on the GWG Bonds in London.  It would be interesting to see if there is any activity and at what price they are trading. Thanks in advance ....read more
4.5 stars

RE:RE:lesson from molycorp

Hey Banger, ever heard of the line "shut your pie hole"? You must be the most annoying person in real life.  I bet you just never shut up, and everyone wishes there was a mute/off button. Do us a...read more
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RE:lesson from molycorp

Uranium is seeing a rising price. If interested in a play in BOTH Ur AND ree, you might want to check out Greenland Minerals and Energy. They hava a huge deposit of both HREE-rich ree and a gigantic...read more
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lesson from molycorp

Some Financial sections of  newspapers   are  suggesting it maybe time to invest in uranium  again. If  countries finally get serious about     global warming than investments in    greener   forms of...read more
2 stars

RE:RE:RE:Lesson form MOLYCORP---

Can't see who started this thread--must be on ignore. But I think MCP and GWG are as different as apples and oranges and that comparisons are useless--both fruits but that is it! MCP is a big board...read more
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RE:RE:Lesson form MOLYCORP---

you are probably right , but GWG didnt get 1/100 of PR/ advertisment/ promotion as did MCP, cause we probably would of hit 5$ then  rate and reply
2.5 stars

RE:Lesson form MOLYCORP---

Relatively, GWMG stock stinks worse than mcp. Plot a four year chart that includes the high water action versus today and while one is a total stinker, one did even worse. Uuraf is somewhat less...read more
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RE:Lesson form MOLYCORP---

How I wish I could turn back the clock, to that at the end of 2010 that someone told me the stock exchange could give me a better life. Then I did my research and noticed REE's were the best shot. I...read more
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Lesson form MOLYCORP---

A 98% loss in three years...   That's what you'd have today if you bought shares of Molycorp Inc. (NYSE: MCP, Stock Forum) near its peak in 2011.   You may remember Molycorp as the poster child of the...read more
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Liquidity

Liquidity The Company’s cash and cash equivalent position at June 30, 2014 was $13.1 million compared with $23.6 million at the end of 2013. The Company continues to take a prudent approach to...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Lynas down 25%

You could be right that it's time for our bond holders to invest more money to get this going.They should of known being business men that it wasn't enough money to get it to production and also...read more
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RE:RE:Lynas down 25%

'This recapitalisation of Lynas is supported by substantial financial investors, some of whom specialise in investments in the energy and industrial sectors,' Lynas Corp chairman, Mr Nicholas Curtis...read more
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RE:Lynas down 25%

There stocks have been stopped since the 23, I think they are just getting with the program of every one else got  rate and reply