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Largo Resources Ltd V.LGO

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

Largo Resources Ltd. is engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of exploration and evaluation properties located in Brazil and Canada.
Price: $0.28 | Change: $0.00 | % Change: 0.00%
Volume: 45,400 | Day High/Low: 0.28/0.27 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.30/0.155

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Molybdenum Mine In BC Uses Multiple-Hearth Roasting Facility

Endako Mine--One Of Five Projects TCM-T Has In BC Endako Mine New mill expansion at the Endako 75.8 million pounds proven & probable contained molybdenum The Endako Mine is a primary...read more
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Northern Dancer JV

There was talk last year of discussions with a JV partner last year and it does appear that nothing ever materialized. The roasting permits may have been a stumbling block, can't deny that. Has...read more
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RE:RE:While we are waiting for the kiln to warm up: A Reminder

CanadianInvestments, what utter rubbish you speak. You said  largo is "My worst performing investment - ever". So every single stock you buy is a winner? Gee, you must be the greatest Investor that...read more
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Don't waste your time replying to basher CanadianInvestments

The Sad Truths of Internet Trolls: Trolls are immune to criticism and logical arguments. True trolls cannot be reasoned with, regardless of how sound your logical argument is. Trolls do not...read more
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Warning to new reader about the pariah CanadianInvestments

The handle CanadianInvesments is the creation of a guy who has an obsessive and childish vendetta against Largo's management. CanadianInvestments was created on March 27 2013 with the sole purpose of...read more
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RE:RE:Moly

Ankheroo,   If Moly was $1000 per lb it would do us little good since it would take at least 5-6 years - probably more - to get permitted on Northern Dancer and there is virtually no chance of getting...read more
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RE:While we are waiting for the kiln to warm up: A Reminder

I can see kha341 is STILL drinking the Mark Brennan/Largo Resources Koolaid.   Largo makes LOTS of fabulous claims..... and the sands of Time continue to fall.   This management team seemingly couldn...read more
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RE:RE:Moly

How long before SP is ripping?  0.275?  Takes forever  rate and reply
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RE:Moly

Moly is ripping. Its easy to forget that there is a substantial moly byproduct at ND. The moly price has been in the crapper for years and so probably off the radar of most Largo shareholders...read more
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While we are waiting for the kiln to warm up: A Reminder

An excerpt from the Feb 3rd Operational Update: "Largo expects to stockpile 5,000 tonnes of this concentrate in preparation for the commissioning of the kiln"  rate and reply
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Moly

15 Apr 2014 Pace of European molybdenum price increases picks up LONDON (Metal-Pages) 15-Apr-14. The pace of European molybdenum price increases has gained momentum, as the absence of...read more
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A Look At The Stock Market Numbers So Far Today

TSX 14,225.39 -59.04 (-0.41%) TSX Venture 981.96 -14.05 (-1.41%) VIXC 14.10 2.41 (20.62%) Energy 304.68 -1.18 (-0.39%) Financials 233.63 -0.42 (-0.18%) Health Care 84.49...read more
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RE:The Future of Energy Storage

A  good overview of this game changing technology.  rate and reply
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The Future of Energy Storage

Imergy Power Systems A Silicon Valley CEO, Bill Watkins is getting in on the action of vanadium redox flow batteries. ...Based on its ability to scale storage duration separately from power, it is...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Couple of questions

The capex requirement for the plant expansion is estimated to be $35M in 2015. It is expected to be funded out of the cash flow generated from production. Of course we are not talking about the...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Couple of questions

The capex requirement for the plant expansion is estimated to be $35M. It is expected to be funded out of the cash flow generated from production. Of course we are not talking about the immediate...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Couple of questions

I imagine that once we are in full production that there will be ongoing reviews of operations to look for ways to improve efficiency and increase production as the story plays out.  Will also depend...read more
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RE:RE:Couple of questions

Thanks. So it looks like the company is expecting to spend ~$40M in 2015 and another $20M or so in 2016 in capex, mostly for plant expansion I assume. Seems cheap!  rate and reply
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RE:Today

Close @ 29 cts; Volume = 460K. Not bad at all.  rate and reply
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RE:Couple of questions

familyofficegur, 1) Only 8,000 tonnes in 2015 when they should be ramped up to capacity by the end of 2014??? Yes, If Euro Pacific used 8000 tonnes production for  2015 then it was conservative. The...read more