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Victoria Gold Corp V.VIT

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Gold
Alternate Symbol(s): VITFF

Victoria Gold Corp is engaged in the acquisition, evaluation, exploration and development of mineral properties. The company holds a 100% interest in the Dublin Gulch property, which hosts the Eagle Gold Deposit.
Price: $0.13 | Change: +$0.005 | % Change: +4.00%
Volume: 115,815 | Day High/Low: 0.13/0.125 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.205/0.075

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RE:RE:RE:RE:I hit Curvs nerve - SEVEN continuous posts - never before!

These are managements numbers, which they are trying to improve with Olive drilling. Production: 212,000 oz Au/yr at US$542/oz in first 5 yrs Operating Cost (LOM) Opex: $615/oz All in costs: $959/oz**...read more
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RE:RE:RE:I hit Curvs nerve - SEVEN continuous posts - never before!

Phoenix You continue to make 500 million capex for a high cost low grade resource sound like chump change. Kinross blew their brains out for what they paid for Tasiast. That said it is $200 an ounce...read more
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RE:RE:RE:I hit Curvs nerve - SEVEN continuous posts - never before!

Phoenix my little buddy! FYI the cats of the world have been financing mine equipment for years. As for the OSK purchase it is in no one even related to something like this! That said for about what...read more
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RE:RE:I hit Curvs nerve - SEVEN continuous posts - never before!

Put your Eagle glasses on Curv. The Polymetal April presentation Chart 11 compared the 20 largest gold producers in the world for 2013. Kinross processes low grade deposits efficiently and makes a...read more
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RE:RE:I hit Curvs nerve - SEVEN continuous posts - never before!

Curv, OSK went for $2.2 billion over book of $1.7. Seems to me a savy CFO is going to say lets build and sell. Eagle is permitted, soon mine equipment suppliers are going to exhaust their order books...read more
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RE:I hit Curvs nerve - SEVEN continuous posts - never before!

Phoenix my fine feathery flake! Your comments make no sense what so ever. You state that the chart shows Kinross at the absolute bottom of the grade chain of a bunch of low grade mines or non mines...read more
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RE:RE:I hit Curvs nerve - SEVEN continuous posts - never before!

Phoenix dude wtf are you talking about! Reality is reality!  As for Sherritt funny you mention that!  The current management is definately concerned had 2 calls today asking for my vote lol.  They...read more
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RE:I hit Curvs nerve - SEVEN continuous posts - never before!

With Dowling's resignation he is now free to shop VIT to Polyus, Teck or Alacer, all three of which he is a Director. Kinross now has at least three competing bidders. Folks, step up to the plate...read more
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I hit Curvs nerve - SEVEN continuous posts - never before!

Obviously the Polymetal chart showing Kinross at the absolute bottom of the grade chain cause Curv to explode. As I said, Kinross management better be concerned. Maybe Armoyan (Clarke) will take on...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Interesting presentation comparing grades of major producers

Oh and Phoenix my feathery friend! Did you ever read what they said about Tasiast.  Everything is already going all permits in place no risk compared to a green field.  More importantly, they do not...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Interesting presentation comparing grades of major producers

Do not get me wrong if you are one of those gold nut bags and heck you may be right one day you could make a killing here.  I am just pointing out, while all in sustaining cost is a better metric than...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Interesting presentation comparing grades of major producers

Should say all in sustaining cost of $200 an oune less for clarity!  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Interesting presentation comparing grades of major producers

Phoenix I know I know! Now you are going to say but but but!  Umh but it is in a mining friendly place.  Well so is Rainy River with an all in sustaining cost of $200 an ounce!  Oops yep their FS show...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Interesting presentation comparing grades of major producers

Phoenix To keep it simple Tasiast cost is about 200 an ounce less for all in cost!  Should they decide to go ahead who do you think would not be able to compete?  Again to keep it simple instead of...read more
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RE:RE:Interesting presentation comparing grades of major producers

Phoenix my fine feathered friend! To make matters simpler ask yourself from an all in sustaining cost basis how does Tasiast fare!  Hmm let's see much better if you ignore financing costs!  So would...read more
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RE:Interesting presentation comparing grades of major producers

Phoenix I suppose one could read it that way if in fact you were comparing projects in production and ignoring start up costs.  Last I looked about 100's of projects compared favorably using those...read more
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RE:Interesting presentation comparing grades of major producers

Chart 15 shows All in Sustaining Costs for the same producers, Eagle compares favourably and would benefit Kinross significantly. Given recent Kinross weakness I wonder how long management will last.  rate and reply
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Interesting presentation comparing grades of major producers

Is on P.11 of Polymetal's April presentation. Kinross is at the tail end with .08. Eagle given lower costs of heap leach processing compares favourably and IF Olive drilling provides higher grades to...read more
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RE:VIT

Shares Out: 340.1m  rate and reply
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VIT

Can anyone tell me why we were at $1.40 a share in late 2011...but now with such a promising property in the Yukon.... are trading at a measly 13 cents? Just wondering why VIT is trading so...read more