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Tertiary Minerals Share Chat (TYM)



Share Price: 0.75Bid: 0.70Ask: 0.80Change: -0.15 (-16.67%)Faller - Tertiary Mins.
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 14.29%Open: 0.90High: 0.90Low: 0.65Yesterday’s Close: 0.90


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onefineday
Posts: 1,070
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.75
RE: Communication
Today 20:36
Let’s say Reindeer land is a no go, a total write off. Will Nevada bring back value here, if so what estimations on share price? Ta
 
Pandy2
Posts: 491
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.75
RE: Communication
Today 19:33
Keep the dream alive hey! I wish I shared your optimism but I've been here way to long. What the fine employees of tym actually do, I do not know. What they get paid for it I also don't know but I'm happy to have paid for them to have their holidays. ;)
mannnan
Posts: 41,698
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.75
Bad news
Today 16:49
Can extend the loses
oil_trader
Posts: 161
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
RE: Communication
Today 15:51
Ggp have a mcap 10x that of tertiary. The main reason for that is pure speculation of a potential buy out by a major.

Once Tertiary have a solid licence for any of these projects then the mcap will be in that ball park
angusrjy
Posts: 1,909
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
BOD
Today 15:48
Do the board work full time for TYM? If so WTF are they actually doing? The silence is deafening.
Trickymatters
Posts: 369
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
Communication
Today 15:40
GGP are at double our market cap right now and they don't have any preliminary deals agreed which we do- the MOU with Posseuhl. They are very active in their exploration activity and they tell the market what they're doing with very regular updates. Come on TYM- tell us what your next move is, this week if possible!
lloydiee69
Posts: 1,117
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
RE: Podcast
Today 15:40
not prepared to take a gamble .alreadt 55% down ..never mind though ..might just write it off
oil_trader
Posts: 161
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
Podcast
Today 15:34
Alan Green on the Vox podcast today sounding extremely bullish about the potential of Tertiary.

He goes on to say the market cap is currently minuscule compared to the asset value and thinks the drop is well over done.
Trickymatters
Posts: 369
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.75
Change of plans
Today 12:40
As has been discussed on this board yesterday already, TYM are likely to be talking to the Swedish CAB now through their advisers, to consider alternatives to the location of the tailings damn within their permit zone. The decision is clearly expressed in the context of an expectation of a revised proposal- half of the decision is absolutely in TYM's favour.
chumba
Posts: 2,777
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
Be nice
Today 12:17
to get an RNS from the company to let us know what the hell is going on. I have cash to invest, but am unsure yet as to put more in here.
MegaTron1981
Posts: 130
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
RE: MMs
Today 11:47
That's true. How long do these things usually take? I think initially it was a review of potential acquisitions which then moved to due diligence on 1 those targets. May have been wiser not to notify shareholders about the review before it started. Better to do it quietly and if/when they found something they liked, then announce review and that due diligence underway. Clock wouldn't have been ticking quite so long then. They have Possehl providing finance for acquisitions now, so it is much more likely to happen and it'll be a producing or near-producing fluorspar asset, so we can get some revenues coming in. This could be the next big news that takes the sp back up. Could happen any time. I suppose placing equally likely at some point...when do we think the current cash will run out? If placing first, I will move a good % of funds here again for the likely 300% move.
TrickyDickyTwo
Posts: 3,773
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
Sellers
Today 11:45
Are we seeing a load of sells at the moment becuase of an immanent fund raiser? Brokers doing the rounds of the client's perhaps?

TDT
MegaTron1981
Posts: 130
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
RE: MMs
Today 11:29
Not pretty, agreed. But you have to see this as an opportunity - a minor blip has led to an unresearchedrreaction. I think people have seen the word 'Reindeer' and lost their sh**. I'm very confident this hurdle will be overcome.
lytton
Posts: 181
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
RE: Drop
Today 11:23
Just for balance, if you look back in this forum far enough, people were saying I can't see it dropping much lower at the 12p level.
oil_trader
Posts: 161
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
RE: Drop
Today 11:06
Personally I can’t see it getting much lower. You maybe able to buy under .7 at some point today but I doubt that will last long
barry7376
Posts: 36
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
RE: Drop
Today 10:54
Same here, but expecting it to drop further coming days/weeks so am holding off for another top up.
oil_trader
Posts: 161
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.725
Drop
Today 10:49
I wish I’d held off with my top up. Could have got much better value today
lytton
Posts: 181
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.80
RE: MMs
Today 09:28
To be honest I'm more concerned about the lack of news everywhere else.

People seemed to have totally forgotten about the acquisition they have now been doing due diligence on since the fall of the Roman Empire. Of all the realistic things that had an ability to catalyze the share price in the near term it would have been that. Has it now just fizzled out like most things they seem to touch?
MegaTron1981
Posts: 130
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.80
RE: MMs
Today 09:05
Not pretty, agreed. But you have to see this as an opportunity - a minor blip has led to an unresearchedrreaction. I think people have seen the word 'Reindeer' and lost their sh**. I'm very confident this hurdle will be overcome before Q4.
lytton
Posts: 181
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.80
MMs
Today 08:54
Watch the MMs now hammer this all the way back down to the 0.5s... Absolute joke, where are all the sycophants now?? It's an absolute shorters dream this share.
TrickyDickyTwo
Posts: 3,773
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.90
RE: to the moon and back
Mon 17:12
You don't need to read the whole document, page 25 is the relevant bit, reproduced below

TDT

"Furthermore, the company must often change mine designs as a requirement of the permitting process, forcing agencies to re-evaluate the new mine plan and resulting in extended time periods spent on the EIS. The process was described by the Arizona Mining Permitting Guide (2011)7 as, “… extremely inefficient, confusing and frustrating for mining companies and agencies alike.”

In summary, U.S. mining projects require multiple permits and multiple agency involvement, as well as involvement of other stakeholders, including local indigenous groups, the general public and nongovernmental organizations. Mines located on federal lands must seek approval from the relevant federal land management agencies. This requires preparation of the appropriate level of environmental analysis pursuant to NEPA. NEPA analyses, which in and of themselves generally involve multiple agencies and many stakeholders, are often the lengthiest step in the permitting process due to a lack of agency co-ordination and unconstrained timeframes."

"Additionally, even if a mine is located entirely on federal land, it will be subject to state laws and regulations and will therefore need to obtain multiple state permits (e.g. air and water quality permits). Alternatively, a mine located entirely on state or private lands frequently will need to obtain federal permits that trigger NEPA environmental analyses (i.e., Clean Water Act 404 Permit issued by USACOE). Even a mine that requires no federal permits may not escape a lengthy NEPA-like process as several key mining states have adopted a state equivalent of NEPA. The sheer number of permits required and the lack of coordination among the relevant agencies results in a seven to 10-year permit timeframe for mining projects in the U.S."
TrickyDickyTwo
Posts: 3,773
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.90
RE: to the moon and back
Mon 17:07
Before anybody gets to thinking that permitting in the USA is any easier than anywhere else read this.

https://nma.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/SNL_Permitting_Delay_Report-Online.pdf

Its not.

TDT
m_wall
Posts: 360
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.90
to the moon and back
Mon 14:37
Thank the Lord they've got assets in the USA. Trying to get anything done in mainland Europe, especially Scandinavia, is like trying to draw blood out of a stone. Launching a rocket to the moon would be simpler.
TrickyDickyTwo
Posts: 3,773
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.90
RE: Tym
Mon 12:05
Fair comment.

TDT
oil_trader
Posts: 161
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.95
RE: Tym
Mon 11:25
We know it will be open to appeal. But I get the feeling that the CAB and Tertiary are trying to make the permit as watertight as possible so any decisions that are made cannot be over turned.

The in-depth studies carried out by Tertiary coupled with the due diligence that the CAB have taken would surely not leave any ground for a successful appeal.

I do still expect an appeal if the permit is granted, but feel that it would be found to be frivolous




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