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  • Vancouver Investment Show & Your Questions

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    Hello all.

    As we begin 2011 some people have already made plans to trek to Vancouver (unless they already live there) for the Vancouver Junior Mining Resource Conference being held at the Trade and Convention Centre. We have learned that there will be over 400 junior mining companies showing off what they have.

    We will be making our rounds to sniff out some of the stand outs as well as conduct some basic Q&A with most of the companies we are keeping an eye on. Doing our DD in other words. Most of the companies can be seen on the Portfolio page if you are interested.

    If you cannot make it out to the show feel free to inbox Mining Outlook with questions and we will do our best to contact the proper authorities to get answers. We like to investigate any company that looks interesting to us and if you happen to have one, send it over and we'll get to work on it. The group is approaching 800 members and I'm sure there are some good ideas out there.

    The show runs Jan 23-24 so get your questions in as soon possible.

    All the best in 2011

    M.O 
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  • RE: Vancouver Investment Show & Your Questions

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    I would love to get info from the conference on my newest two portfolio additions which are TKK and ABI.  Someone also mentioned SEM a few posts ago.  That's been in my portfolio for just over a year and I like the company and the management team very much (same team as TKK).  I'd love to get an update on that one as well.  TIA and have fun in Vancouver.
    Lt.

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  • RE: Vancouver Investment Show & Your Questions

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    Bullmarketrun just picked up coverage of ABI.  They have an increadible track record.

    www.bullmarketrun.com/?p=4729
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