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Global Minerals Ltd V.CTG

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

Global Minerals Ltd is an exploration stage junior mining company with its current focus on the exploration and development of the Strieborná property in Slovakia.
Price: $0.03 Volume: 0
Change: $0.00 % Change: 0.00%
Day High/Low: N/A/N/A 52 Week High/Low: 0.27/0.03
Last Traded: March 27, 2015 06:47 Transaction Volume: 300
Open: Previous Close: 0.03
Bid: Ask:
Bid Size: 0 Ask Size: 0
Market Cap: 1.2m Shares Out: 39.5m
PE Ratio: N/A Dividend Yield: N/A

Opinion

Long on short forms, Guyana gold junior

One B.C. broker serves little guys

Thom Calandra   April 13, 2011
0 stars

Latest Bullboard Posts

  • RE:RE:Antimony

    0 stars

    They also need to deal with the Antimoy issue to become more profitable. From the PEA: "For the Strieborná calcine product, these terms...

    2.5 stars


  • RE:Guesses on how long until bankruptcy?

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    We first need to see a sell off in silver before it will rise stronger again. But the predictions for siler are still good. So for...

    2.5 stars


  • Guesses on how long until bankruptcy?

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    Not enough money in the til to even pay the employees...don't they start to scatter soon??   Sad this stock had so much potential but...

    2.5 stars


  • RE:RE:Antimony

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    Nostril, I know the PEA. And I do think, management has made a major mistake by excluding the Antimony. But for me this mistake seems...

    2.5 stars


  • RE:Antimony

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    hazardpay Much as I would like to agree with you (as I am a long suffering shareholder), I think the chances of raising debt right now...

    2 stars