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Saudis shocked and awed the oil markets? Best of the Boards/Blogs

Stockhouse Editorial
0 Comments| March 21, 2012

“There are two ways to look at this play:

  1. The Company: OMM is a virtual “cherry”; only 18 million shares out with NovaGold holding around 10% as a result of the Copper Canyon hiveoff.  OMM's major asset is its 400,000 ounce gold deposit near Harrison, BC.
  2. The Sully prospect: a huge un-drilled, unexplained anomaly at exploitable depth within sight of the Sullivan and the Kootenay King; both high grade lead/zinc silver mines.  Complex thrust faulting throughout the area has thwarted numerous Sullivan 2 searches over the years but a well defined geophysical anomaly reduces the Sully equation to two parameters: a) It's mineralized, or, b) it's not. 

Together they provide the most attractive stock play since the recent Yukon gold discovery and this dismal market deserves some sunlight.” From Grassyknoll on the Omineca Mining and Metals (TSX: V.OMMStock Forum) board. 

Top Bullboard:

Great Western Minerals Group (TSX: V.GWGStock Forum) received the second-most reads and posts.

Top blog:

fredski presents an article on how the Saudis have shocked and awed the oil markets in the Carpe Diem blog.


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