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Excelsior Mining Corp V.MIN

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

Excelsior Mining Corp is engaged in the acquisition, exploration, and development of mineral properties. It is focused developing its core asset, the Gunnison Project located in Cochise County, Arizona.
Price: $0.25 | Change: +$0.015 | %Change: +6.38%
Volume: 49,233 | Day High/Low: 0.265/0.235 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.63/0.105
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RE:TSX Venture new 15 year low !

unbelievable.. but i still think the good companies with low cost projects have a future ...MIN is one of these stocks with a is cashed up and the project is very very low cost  rate and reply
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TSX Venture new 15 year low !

672 points. The sentiment for junior miners had reached rock bottom. This is either the best (one in a lifetime opportunity) to buy junior resource stocks at such oversold prices, or the whole more
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RE:RE:Good news for Florence In Situ project

Also I think is is a good time and opportunity to buy some heavily discounted gold producers / juniors with good economic deposits (as gold is beginning to strengthen). Good examples are TGZ and more
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RE:Good news for Florence In Situ project

Junior, or let me call you son.  25 cents a share for a company that is fully funded till BFS. 110 million pounds a year at a $1 with a Capex of under $300 million. Very isolated spot in Arizona. more
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Good news for Florence In Situ project

I was glad to see the headline "EPA Issues Draft Underground Injection Control Permit to Florence Copper". If Florence can do in situ, then we should be able to also.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Repricing of options proposal

Shareholders should definitely vote 'against' reprising of options..When management fails to move the Co. Forward & their options are under water , that 's their problem...No way they should more
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RE:RE:RE:Repricing of options proposal

linus4 - "There aren't many times when small shareholders actually get a chance to have their say regarding options, but in this case,we can make make a difference...MIN needs our(insiders can't more
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Copper deficit ? Looming copper sector deficit could mean big gains in store more
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RE:Lundin refreshes Excelsior buy

I am not invested in MIN because I think copper prices will go up. I am invested because I think they may stay around $3. If everything goes as planned, MIN will be a huge winner at $3 copper. more
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Lundin refreshes Excelsior buy

Investing in Excelsior is not about high copper prices. We are not at mercy of high copper prices. Really.  Why instead not mention something useful like: "All-in" costs of $1.37/lb. cu. Is more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Judges decision

There is only one big seller left. Someone needs to buy his shares. Someone step up and buy them. I am going fishing tomorrow so maybe Friday if they are still around.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Judges decision

As Foghorn leghorn say " it  dont add up it just dont add up"  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Judges decision

Is it not bizzare Curris with all the delays, a big permitting IF is trading 200% higher than Excelsior with clearly much less permitting risk ? I expect metallurgy testing and a final more
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RE:Judges decision

Remember, at Gunnison, the rock naturally consumes acid.  That means there is essentially a failsafe for leakage outside of the area of mining.  The byproduct of the consumption is harmless. CUV more
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Judges decision

Sounds like they can resolve the issues. We dont have a community that drinks from the Aquifer anywhere near our property. The decision from the Arizona news  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Bad news for Curis/Taseko - could it happen to MIN?

An adminitrative Judges finding arent the final decision for all you Taseko shareholders  rate and reply
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RE:Bad news for Curis/Taseko - could it happen to MIN?

Curis is a completely different ball game. Their property has been a political football for 3 years. The town of Florence is next door. Gunnison is desolate property with no one drinking groundwater.  rate and reply
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Bad news for Curis/Taseko - could it happen to MIN?

The Arizona Water Quality Appeals Board accepted the findings of an administrative law judge, who concluded that the state Department of Environmental Quality’s permit allowing Curis Resources to more
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RE:Drill results

We will not see any results until Q1, at the earliest. Until then, just hold your breathe. However, when we do finally see some drill results, we will finally start moving...  rate and reply
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Drill results

Over the next few weeks we should be seeing the drill results moving the inferred into measured and indicated. Hopefully the grades will be higher which will improve the economics. I know when more