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Temex Resources Corp V.TME

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Gold

Temex Resources Corp is an exploration stage company. The Company explores minerals properties in Ontario and owns the Timmins Gold Project, Juby Gold Project and the Latchford Gold Project.
Price: $0.055 | Change: $-0.01 | %Change: -15.38%
Volume: 633,000 | Day High/Low: N/A/N/A | 52 Week High/Low: 0.095/0.035
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RE:RE:on that note

So what - when u r a junior cash in the bank is "KING" (especially during this brutal anti mining market) and preserving it to the companies advantage is the CEO"s #1 priority and using it efficiently...read more
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Gold and Silver being cornered by Asians

see items in blog on  THE RUN TO PM's OVERDUE http://stockwrestler2.blogspot.ca/  rate and reply
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RE:on that note

Maybe borrow outright? Maybe sell a NSR? Franco Nevada lent Noront $22.5  million @7% in exchange for a royalty. Money is out there for nice assets.  rate and reply
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on that note

"We believe that the nature of the project is such that financing can be arranged with minimal dilution to existing shareholders."  What does this mean????????  rate and reply
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goldcorp is still with us, we just have a bigger piece now

lets not forget what temex is buying here folks, 25% more of very high grade, high quality deposit in timmons! How much do you think that increases our NPV?...alot. as for financing...our needs are...read more
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RE:RE:Looks like

It's simple. Goldcorp now only has to put up 15% expenses on Whitney. Remember, Goldcorp has 100% of the Borden Lake (Probe Mines) project. When Goldcorp made this deal with Probe, to me, this was a...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Looks like

ramblersrest wrote: Goldcorp is basically gifting the project to Temex while actively in a substantial manner helping them develop it ......   (....Goldcorp has agreed to sell an additional 15...read more
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Sell on news

Looks like that's the motto for the day.. I see were down 16% almost  rate and reply
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I hope we get a chance to get out of the miners.

A little pump please.Here is happening nothing.The HUI always negative. Slowly your burn your money all day. may be we can come back in 2017.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Looks like

Goldcorp is basically gifting the project to Temex while actively in a substantial manner helping them develop it ......  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Looks like

I agree.  Goldcorp has its hands full with Probe as well as its other properties.  The maintenance of good relations between Goldcorp and Temex is a very positive sign of this fact.  rate and reply
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good luck, everyone! bye.

For me, lost JV means lost attractiveness, and I guess lots of people may agree with me at this point, especially those potential new buyers.  At the same time, major markets (us and canada...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Looks like

I don't understand Goldcorp's reasons - I'm guessing it's to keep their business model more simple - only huge mines and toll milling.  Regardless, we're going to be the beneficiaries of this policy.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Looks like

Dont forget about the money Goldcorp owed Temex under the JV.  You need to factor that in to your valuation equation :)  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Looks like

No it's not that huge, it's being paid 1.5 mil in three instalments. If you apply that logic to the whole property it`s being acquired for about 6 million. Temex trades for about 12 million.  I...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Looks like

This. They are becoming risk adverse and minimizing just at the time they should be going large.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Looks like

Goldcorp has become a tolling business? They are removing themselves from the risks of actual mining. I have noticed they have not been as active on the acquisition front as I would have expected.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Looks like

This is the best news we could have hoped for!  It's better than I thought possible.  If this finalizes, we'll get 85% of Whitney, where we just have 60% now.  That's huge!  And as for permitting...read more
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seems goldcorp getting out JV gradually

using ore purchasing agreement as an trade off? The initial response for this NR is not that optimistic.  At least, this project is not attractive for goldcorp. Cross my fingers for financial result...read more
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RE:Looks like

Not sure what to make of the news.  Goldcorp seemingly stepping aside for now to let Temex have a go at mining.  Short term can see why the action is not so postiive, dilution ahead and permitting...read more