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Abitibi Royalties Inc V.RZZ

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

Abitibi Royalities Inc is engaged in the process of exploring, evaluating and promoting its mineral properties and other projects.
Price: $2.60 | Change: +$0.10 | %Change: +4.00%
Volume: 2,200 | Day High/Low: 2.60/2.50 | 52 Week High/Low: 4.44/0.35
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RE:FOOD FOR THOUGHT

All I hope and pray for is that Glen Mullan doesn't get reamed the way he got reamed with Canadian Royalty.....That company was forecasted to go for many dollars and it ended up selling for under a...read more
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FOOD FOR THOUGHT

an article came out in the past day where John Tumazos [ yes, yes, yes...i don't know him either ] said that he beleives that Agnico and Yamana should buy out Abitibi.....................How would...read more
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A convenient drop to $3.70.....

So that theexecutives in question not only save employment taxation but will enjoy a nice capital gain....already up seven cents.....  rate and reply
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RE:Moving Parts

There is one certainty...the share price for GZZ and RZZ will at least double from here.....my certainty stems from the fact that a tried and true player has plunked $2M and enticed his tried and true...read more
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Moving Parts

There are a lot of moving parts to this story. Let's just make a short list: 1. The land is still owned by Osisko because it could not be transferred to the new owners. 2. There is a legal dispute...read more
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RE:RE:Another High lite...

I would say you are probably correct about this being a chess move by management.  rate and reply
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Abitibi Royalties re-releases old drill results

http://ceo.ca/2014/08/19/abitibi-royalties-re-releases-old-drill-results-near-canadas-largest-gold-mine/  rate and reply
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RE:Another High lite...

dan12010 wrote: Abitibi Royalties Highlights the "Norrie Zone" a Previously Reported Bulk Tonnage Underground Target on the Malartic CHL Property Read more at http://www.stockhouse.com/news/press...read more
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Another High lite...

Abitibi Royalties Highlights the "Norrie Zone" a Previously Reported Bulk Tonnage Underground Target on the Malartic CHL Property Read more at http://www.stockhouse.com/news/press-releases/2014/08/19...read more
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RE:Abitibi would benefit from a forward split.

Forward split? Never happen (I know, never say never). The liquidity is in GZZ.  rate and reply
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Abitibi would benefit from a forward split.

Yoo, hoo!  Ian?  Rob?  Glenn?  If you want your little MUX-Part-Deux to get any serious attention, it needs more liquidity than this.  Nobody wants to buy a stock that trades "By appointment only...read more
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LOLuck for sure

I'm thinking this smells a bit like a squeeze play. Jeffrey Pit access to Odyssey blue sky (until drilled out)  Don't get me wrong, smells like Gold here to all... Timelines all look good for the 2...read more
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RE:RE:Comparitive magnitude of what isat stake here.....

LOL!  rate and reply
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RE:Comparitive magnitude of what isat stake here.....

k613 wrote: So this RZZ-GZZ thing appears to NOT be small patatoes..... Downright table-pounding huge, in fact.  rate and reply
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Comparitive magnitude of what isat stake here.....

Franco-Nevada's 7.29% NSR royalty on Newmont Mining's Gold Quarry open pit mine in Nevada, which cost the company US$103.5 million, realized $250 million in royalty payments before being acquired. The...read more
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RE:RE:The next obvious question, of course, is........

The final observation is that McEwen can buy into GZZ and effectively obtain a huge chunck of ownership at a much smaller price per share...for now....  rate and reply
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RE:The next obvious question, of course, is........

The ownership of shares held by McEwen can be increased over time and also in private as we all just witnessed. The alternatives are to make a deal for the balance of the shares sooner rather than...read more
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The next obvious question, of course, is........

.... how long will Rob let Ian "do his thing" before Rob whips out the chequebook and says to Ian ( and the rest of the Abitibi BoD ) .......... "How much?"    Because you can absolutely positively...read more
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RE:Has Mullan fallen on his head? Twice he has shared

You can be absolutely sure Ball has been dropped in at McEwen's request.  This is going to be Rob's "See, I can do it AGAIN!" story.  rate and reply
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RE:Has Mullan fallen on his head? Twice he has shared

McEwen  rate and reply

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