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McVid
Posts: 8
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Price:1.44
RE: EG
Today 20:35
Quasimodo had a hunch too
 
mickey1122
Posts: 3,883
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Price:1.44
EG
Today 20:15
I’ve got a strong hunch that the news from EG will start to slip out next week via an RNS , I also feel the news will be tremendous for the SP. We could receive an RNS on Firetower early next week . It’s not entirely out that an end of next week tickle on BH will emerge . All in all next week should see the SP move out of current range , to what level is anyone’s guess . I just can’t see is at these low levels continuing any longer.
Dimvestor
Posts: 110
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.44
RE: Re : mapp
Today 17:53
mapp,
I am a pensioner like yourself & I also was confused by trading terminology such as pi’s and peeps, that I have seen on this bulletin board (BB) over the past year. Nobody else has answered your question, so here goes:
SP is very basic and stands for share price. The term Duster is used in oil exploration, a business that I was associated with for 40 years. More commonly called a dry hole in drilling vocabulary, the term Duster is American terminology. Recently, on the UKOG forum it was used to describe their Broadbridge Heath well, not far from where I live. Not strictly a duster, the well had plenty of oil bearing pay zones but was unable to produce as the geological formation was tight - no fracture connectivity. So! The discussion on the FRR board will have been on in a similar theme. I see that GeoDave was posting on that BB. He has shares in GGP and his geological opinion was much respected when he was in discussion earlier in May. He seems to know what he is talking about, whether it is auriferous mineralisation or productivity index of limestones.
Too much discussion off-topic but I will close by agreeing that the GGP discussion is normally friendly, despite contrasts of opinion. However, all boards can get ugly when posters take an extreme dislike to personal opinion or misleading statements that show ignorance and lack of research.
Good luck. GLA.
applegarth
Posts: 13,378
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Price:1.44
RE: EG.....
Today 17:03
Wannabe.......i believe some figures on Meadows may have been part of Newmont's NDA. Which could suggest Newmont may be back...they know what lies beneath. Possibly they, NEM, have instructed GH that If we decide to come back, it may well be Meadows is the plot that we are interested in. GH has already stated that EG is so big, that possibly it could be split into four tenements and sold off seperately....imo of course

>> Results at Meadows also indicate a potential new large gold target, covering an area of approximately 4km by 1km, approximately 5km north west of previous drilling and the large anomaly previously identified by Newmont; <<
Spymaster25
Posts: 881
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Price:1.44
RE: G.Heddle,CEO: "TELFER: Not as big
Today 16:50
During the week I suggested a kick of price of 25p and some said X17 was ridiculous. I guess today's assessment shows I was not far off.

I also think those not on here oct/nov last year missed out on some fantastic postings regarding perceived values.

But I don't think we will see Apple's 4p in the next week.
applegarth
Posts: 13,378
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Price:1.44
Artemis or Rio....
Today 16:46
........who will be buying Black Hills or Havieron.......this game of land-grabs looks to be getting heated over the coming months.Looking at the regional maps it's easy to see how this could be played out. First it is uncommon for another company to give the thumbs up on another adjacent explorer. Artemis seems to be just as excited as Ggp over the Black Hills and Havieron. Secondly Rio missed getting the Armada project by 3 hours! Is that really true, or is something else being played out here? Are Ggp and Rio with Artemis in some secret talks, which resulted in all agreeing that Artemis takes the Armada tenement for Rio to come in at a later stage? Ggp is sitting in the middle with tenements surrounded by Antipa, Rio and now Artemis......what's going on....something is definitely being played out here and its got nothing to do with Rio being too late by 3 hrs...that's bollux.
GH has been desperate to get our sp up higher...we need to look between the lines and ask why. Maybe Gervaise really is trying to get investor value before a deal is struck? It seems all too cloak and daggery to me. Exciting times.

https://thewest.com.au/business/public-companies/artemis-in-telfer-nearology-play-ng-b88900861z

Another solid Greatland hit in the region was 21m @ 3.78g/t gold and 0.44% copper from 418m including 1m @ 29.12g/t gold and 0.4% copper from 428.5m.

Armada also hosts northwest to southeast structures that are consistent with other observed mineralised trends.

Artemis Chief Executive Officer Wayne Bramwell said: “The existence of major mining operations in the Proterozoic Orogen such as Telfer and Nifty, coupled with the recent early stage exploration success by Greatland Gold at their Haverion discovery has provided impetus for the company to further expand its exploration holdings in the Pilbara.”
“The Armada Prospect sits within the well-endowed Paterson Orogen mineral province, of what may become a new region for iron oxide copper gold (IOCG) deposits.”
The Armada Prospect is also close to Newcrest’s O’Callaghan’s Deposit and Metals X’s Nifty copper mine.

The area has sealed roads and rail networks nearby which branch out from the regional industrial hub of Port Hedland, 500km to the west.

Armada’s proximity to existing mines including Telfer and Haverion’s serious copper-gold discovery places it in an excellent and highly prospective mineralised region.

* That Rio Tinto would seek to get its foot on the same patch of land also somewhat validates Artemis’ decision to apply for the tenement.
Wannabeloaded
Posts: 161
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.44
RE: EG.....
Today 16:39
Apple....Do you know why we are not drilling the 4km x 1km other "potential large gold target" at Meadows?
applegarth
Posts: 13,378
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Price:1.44
EG.....
Today 15:29
http://greatlandgold.com/ernest-giles/

https://www.investegate.co.uk/greatland-gold-plc--ggp-/rns/ernest-giles--mobile-metal-ion-sampling-results/201805090919194886N/

At Meadows

o MMI gold response broadly outlines and reflects results of Deep Sensing Geochemistry ('DSG') conducted by Newmont that identified a large 5km by 1.5km anomaly that sits approximately 1km to the north of previous drilling;

o Results at Meadows also indicate a potential new large gold target, covering an area of approximately 4km by 1km, approximately 5km north west of previous drilling and the large anomaly previously identified by Newmont;

· At Empress

o Results outline several clusters of elevated gold responses over a strike of approximately 9km with the overall trend of the elevated gold response matching that of the bedrock geology;

· At Wishbone

o Elevated MMI gold responses are apparent across the target, particularly in the north-west and central eastern parts.

As previously announced on 5 February and 20 February 2018, Greatland intends to conduct a Reverse Circulation ('RC') drilling programme at Ernest Giles. Drilling will be completed at the Meadows, Empress and Wishbone areas. The anticipated drill programme at Meadows will consist of approximately twenty-four holes to test the 5km x 1.5km anomaly defined by DSG work which remains untested by previous Greatland drilling. In addition, up to six RC holes will be completed at Wishbone and Empress to test basement geology and physical rock properties.
mapp
Posts: 755
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.44
RE: Re : mapp
Today 14:27
AIM codes like SP. I am looking and cannot see SP on my screen..
Duster means what on AIM. GGP is a friendly board.
FRR is not. SP seems to be important . Where do I find that magic
SP? By Monday I may know but do INVESTORS need to know?
news
Posts: 15,836
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.44
RE: G.Heddle,CEO: "TELFER: Not as big
Today 13:31
itsaduster

For clarity, I did mention 40 moz and at the current time, that will be correct per Mather*s Linkedin the last time I checked. If more proven and drilled up, then it will be reflected in the sp/mkt value depending on the market situ at the time. Currently, it is awaiting and Updated MRE and the other targets are test drills. So, a developing story there but at the current time, this is the situ.
PaddyGall
Posts: 204
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:1.44
RE: G.Heddle,CEO: "TELFER: Not as big
Today 13:16
I like that 'ONLY x15". I for one would be ecstatic with only x15.

GLA Paddy
Wannabeloaded
Posts: 161
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.44
RE: G.Heddle,CEO: "TELFER: Not as big
Today 13:10
itsaduster,,,EG project alone covers 1,000 sq km that includes 120km of strike of gold and Nickel prospective rocks. Possibly a new gold district to host multiple camp sites. Lets see what comes out of Meadows results :)

According to "news" earlier, SOLG went from £8m to £427m mcap (x53) phew! If we only manage x15 I am sure we will all be happy.

Barbeque time. Have a nice weekend all

DYOR and GLA
itsaduster
Posts: 8,940
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.44
RE: G.Heddle,CEO: "TELFER: Not as big
Today 12:32
Actually SOLG s about a whole mountain range which has been unexplored . Interestingly to the north and to the south the mountain range (Andes) continues and has produced decades of Cu taking over from the Zambian Cu belt in early 70s. The Andes have been a major source of Cu since early 70.

So SOLG managed to get in on this unexplored and unexploited section of the Andes and has many many potential mine sites to investigate. The whole prospect from the boarder in the North to the boarder in the south is just one big expo site.

Producing bonanza grades and massive thicknesses with multiple credits . ie + 120m

Cascabels is just one of many giant sites which will take years to drill.

GGP Naaaa nothing like it in any way or stretch of the wild imagination.
itsaduster
Posts: 8,940
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.44
RE: Attention: Gervaise Heddle
Today 12:14
Eeeewwww !!

Stop sniffing there mate its rude.
Wannabeloaded
Posts: 161
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.44
RE: G.Heddle,CEO: "TELFER: Not as big
Today 10:49
News...If we are anywhere near the SOLG story it will be AMAZING. We are expecting results from more than 3 great sites + possible Nickle find + Firetower / Warrentina, SOLG was based on 1 site. We would have to be really unlucky not to have one of them come good...at least a 5m oz AU deposit.

DYOR and GLA
Needmoneynow
Posts: 352
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.44
RE: Re : mapp
Today 10:26
.....and you're a poet and don't even know it..
news
Posts: 15,836
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.44
RE: G.Heddle,CEO: "TELFER: Not as big
Today 10:01
@Tiburn posted under title: Developments, 8:57am, 21 July 2018. Tiburn picked up the rest of the said Gervaise Heddle Proactive Investors new interview.

From Tiburn*s listening: "Blackhills on surface reminiscent of what they were seeing EARLY DAYS at Telfer.
We want to take these 2 assets {BH, Hv} up to an entirely next level in the next 12 months. Assessing a range of opportunities, what can you tell me? Not much, Andrew, cant bring you inside."

Comment:
From the research done thus far of Telfer via a blog from the early drillers, one could see the picture of the gold nugget in bedrock. Also, from other junior miners at Paterson including Antipa who has a JV with Rio Tinto and the Telfer technical report, one could compare these drills with GGP*s Haverion and Blackhills surface data.

Gervaise Heddle said there was industry interest or a similar phrase. I have posted the recent Artemis [Chairman David Lenigas] taking Armada licence next to Haverion at Paterson, W.Australia and it was said that Haverion is a "serious discovery" & Hole 1/3 "HITS".No wonder as Artemis would also have all t historical data on the whole of Paterson Province drilling to date incl Telfer. This would be the article wherein Artemis beat Rio to the licence by 3 hrs. The West Australian & Stockhead.com.au have also picked up on this and GGP is on Australian news radar.

Whilst some investors are looking at JV or a sale relating to co assets, I am personally looking for re-rating. Any examples or reasons why? For academic example, Solg at their Drill 1 Cascabel had a similar mkt cap to GGP after their 4 hole results at Haverion and BH surface find of nugget from bedrock. I have posted on this via mkt cap from data. However, On Drill 2, Cascabel, the mkt cap of Solg went higher. Solg via re-rating went from £8m mkt cap prior to environmental permit to £427.45m at 25.2p currently. Solg*s 52 wk high was 40.5p but intra day it was nearly 46p.
So the mkt cap was nearly £700m+. Both ARS and Solg CEO*s talk of a $1 billion re-rate as the industry norm. Solg from recall was chasing a 40 million ounce resource. Telfer actual resource from recall is higher than 27moz [I dont have the figures here].

Lastly, BHP made an Investment Proposal roughly when Solgold had done Hole 17. However, one has to reason logically, they could have been watching earlier & came in when Newcrest became an investor. Whilst investors were unable to evaluate fair value, they and their investment bankers could, judging from history.

The Solg journey started in 2013 from recall & today, it is 2018 [5 yrs in the making].

So, we investors await further developments. Re-rating or not may come, if t co is able to advance these asset/s as eluded. On topic as it is norm to watch similar peer gold co*s or gold/copper etc. GGP*s asset/s are considered in a Tier 1 jurisdiction. Others may have a shorter time frame. In t said interview, our CEO may have other investment/s in mind. Lots of ne
MakeMeRich2018
Posts: 49
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.44
RE: G.Heddle,CEO: "TELFER: Not as big
Today 09:51
Couldn't agree more. Well said.
mapp
Posts: 755
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.44
RE: Re : mapp
Today 09:43
SP and DUSTER? FRR oh dear. GGP looks good to me.
I stay for I am an O.A.P. living by the sea where the Old have
time to think and see. I have never been more aware and CARE..
One is never too old to learn and I am curious and I like success.
I am a winner overall. I am off for a swim in the sea, dare devil me.
RainbowRider
Posts: 597
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:1.44
Re : mapp
Today 09:25
You must know something about GGP and FRR
or you might have gambled somewhere else.
I think you do yourself an injustice.

Also, you sometimes must weather the storm in-order to appreciate the blue shies which follow.
Need I say more :-)
GLA
djwall1s
Posts: 2,162
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.44
RE: G.Heddle,CEO: "TELFER: Not as big
Today 09:24
I'm still a bottom-drawer holder here but have been offboard for a bit.

Whilst the recent newsflow has been great and the general sentiment has lifted I'm pretty 'meh' until GH pulls a corporate masterclass for long-suffering shareholders. We know we have amazing fantastic assets but we've also heard it ALL before. The analogy someone made about 12 years a slave to GGP is not an untruth. Though I think the company should be judged more on GH's appointment and actions. At GGP the only major thing that has benefited shareholders has been projections of a great tomorrow, rather than it ever really turning up and lasting. And that's excluding the fickleness of AIM and its hordes of daytraders.

So I'm kind of immune to the GGP fluff sales patter now. It feels to me as if GH knows he's back on the sentiment train. I want to see an asset sale and some return for shareholders, this year. Or it's just going to be stretched out picking up bits of surface gold for another year imo. What IS actually going on at Firetower and Warrentina that's taking eons in almost total silence? They know what they have (see website). Just sell it on, ffs!! Get some more money in and deliver a return.

This company is capable of delivering but we're really treading water until we either get a Newmont-type partnership or get some of these assets sold.
mapp
Posts: 755
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.44
Duster and SP
Today 09:14
In my world a duster is used for cleaning and SP stands
for Socialist Party. Please, explain.
My ISA is no longer rock solid but is now on AIM
and I want to understand this exciting game.
Thank you. AIM investor Anna
Tiburn
Posts: 147
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.44
Developments
Today 08:57
Good week for news and developments all moving in the right direction

Black Hills RNS - 3DIP survey approved and starts next week - is expected to take approximately two weeks to complete and survey data will be processed with modern inversion techniques to provide detailed 3D chargeability and resistivity models which will assist with drill programme planning.

Ernest Giles - A major drilling programme commenced in June at Ernest Giles and is currently ahead of schedule with completion expected in the next two weeks. The programme was designed to test three high priority gold targets at the Meadows, Wishbone and Empress areas, and a nickel sulphide target at the Carnegie licence.

Firetower - IP programme successfully completed and subsurface 3D chargeability and resistivity models awaited.

HAV - 10 drill campaign starts Sept

Financial Position - The Company ended the period in a strong financial position with an unaudited cash balance at 30 June 2018 in excess of £3,500,000 and no debt.

Corporate Strategy - Greatland will continue to assess a range of new opportunities as it seeks to acquire undervalued projects in underexplored areas. The Company will continue to execute towards its strategy of maximising risk-adjusted return on shareholders' capital and, in this regard, will constantly seek opportunities to monetise its projects, whether through outright sale, joint venture or spin-out via an initial public offering.

As GH says:

"Greatland is in the strongest position it has ever been ....we believe that Black Hills, Havieron and Ernest Giles have the potential to host multi-million ounce deposits "

From Proactive Interview key points:

" last 6 months taken the company to a whole new level"

" Black hills on surface reminiscent of what they were seeing early days at Telfer"

" we want to take these 2 assets (BH, Hav) up to the entirely next level in the next 12 months"

"....Assessing a range of opportunities, what more can you tell me? - GH - "not much Andrew...cant bring you inside"

and then GH laughter, sounds good to me.
news
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G.Heddle,CEO: "TELFER: Not as big
Today 08:37
but something vaguely comparable, fantastic. Haverion/Blackhills TRANSFORMATIONAL. Blackhills doing 3D. Other: cant bring you inside Andrew, actively reviewing. "

Re: New Video Interview with Gervaise Heddle, CEO, Greatland Gold plc with Proactive Investors, 20 July 2018. [New]
Link: https://twitter.com/sicapitaluk/status/1020260811967811584

Please check as there can be typo errors and copying errors. Its hard to listen and take notes as whilst copying, one can miss the next word/subject.




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