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Laurion Mineral Exploration Inc V.LME

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Gold

Laurion Mineral Exploration, Inc., is an exploration company. It mainly explores for gold & secondary base metals. The Company's main property is the Ishkoday property, located in the Geraldton-Beadmore Gold Camp, 220km northeast of Thunder Bay, Ontario.
Price: $0.015 Volume: 0
Change: $0.00 % Change: 0.00%
Day High/Low: N/A/N/A 52 Week High/Low: 0.06/0.005
Last Traded: November 20, 2014 04:42 Transaction Volume: 7000
Open: Previous Close: 0.015
Bid: 0.01 Ask: 0.015
Bid Size: 10000 Ask Size: 806000
Market Cap: 1.6m Shares Out: 105.1m
PE Ratio: N/A Dividend Yield: N/A

Latest Bullboard Posts

  • LME Financials Out

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    Ending September 30th 2014: Cash: $162K, Total Assets: $3.62 million, Total Debt: $1.034 million, common shares: 105 million

    4 stars


  • Bell Mountain cash receipt challenges

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    With the latest press release clearly referencing Bell Mountain payment receipt challenges in place with Lincoln brings with it obvious...

    2 stars


  • RE:RE:Nr on Corporate Update !!

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    Payment from LMG for the Bell Mountain sale was scheduled to be completed by June 21st. I have not spoken with CEO Cynthia as of late...

    4.5 stars


  • RE:Nr on Corporate Update !!

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    Was payment of 832.900$ received by now...Would somebody care to explain,why are drill results most pleasing to the company. I`m not...

    1.5 stars


  • RE:News Release out today !

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    These results are very weak and will make it that much harder to know where the 6500 meters will need to go in order to keep the project...

    2 stars