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Member Info for Wassatt

Member Since: Thu, 20th May 2010

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 29,755
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 529

Last Posted: Mon 20:48

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Fri 15:52

More buys than sells but we still drop, now that is down to MMs .... Manipulation Misrepresntation (MM)

There you go, typical
Fri 15:34

£4500 then

0.005 x 90M
Fri 15:32

Tri-Star (AIM: TSTR), the integrated antimony development company, announces that it has today agreed to allot and issue 90,000,000 new ordinary shares of 0.005 pence each ("New Shares") following the exercise of options by Mike Hirschfield, Non-Executive Director, at an exercise price of 0.005 pence per share.
Fri 15:29

Spot on my friend....... It smacks you straight in the face, the facts point to a happy ending provided you are prepared to wait....
Fri 14:12

Whats next for TSTR:

Well a lot, I think:

· Finance for the roaster must be close?

· EIA is expected September/October, and

· Further drilling at Bald Hill, bond road:

The next target for exploration in the Bald Hill area is Bond Road target. Soil geochemical surveys conducted in November and December 2013 on the Bond Road target provide evidence of another significant mineralized trend located approximately 4km east of the Bald Hill deposit (Figure 1). As detailed in the announcement dated 7 February 2014, soil surveys have outlined a well defined, 600m long Sb anomaly with soil values ranging to 119 ppm Sb. Prospecting results in 2010 returned antimony values, from angular boulders, assaying up to 53% Sb. Of the 11 anomalous samples collected at Bond Road, 7 returned assay results greater than 15% Sb.

Bond road has boulders with up to 53% Sb. 7 of the 11 samples had greater than 15% Sb

So the old finding had 750,000 – 1,000,000 at 4.1% to 5.3% a total of 30,750 to 53,000

Last sample included samples up to 48%:

Mineralization in bedrock assayed 9.04% Sb over 2.6 metres including 12.32% Sb over 1.7 metres from channel sampling (Table 1).

Mineralized, angular Sb bearing boulders up to 1.0 metre in size were common within the till profile surrounding the discovery and assayed from 8.25% to 48% Sb. Over the 11 mineralized boulders sampled, 9 returned assay results greater than 15% Sb

AND Bond Road drilling will confirm up to 53%.

That’s massive.

Still need the finance “CONFIRMED” but IMHO that’s a technicality, OIF would not be on board if they thought it was not.

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