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Member Info for Wassatt


Member Since: Thu, 20th May 2010

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 32,550
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 539

Last Posted: Today 11:35


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Sat 11:17


Both appear after hours, but what is the UT trade ?

Sat 11:14


Exerts from UAMY website:

http://www.usantimony.com/2015_newsroom.htm

March 12, 2015, Thompson Falls, Montana 2014. United States Antimony Corporation (“USAC”, NYSE MKT, “UAMY”) reported all-time record antimony production of 1,727,804 pounds in 2014. The revenues for 2014 were $10,772,192

What is that 863 Tonnes?



For research reading in times of insomnia: Go to Page 28 some good points made especially about investors not understanding Sb:

http://www.usantimony.com/images-3/04-13-15Metals&MiningReport_2125.pdf

TWST: Going forward, what are you projecting insofar as metal prices for antimony and zeolite? Are prices relatively stable here?

Mr. Lawrence: As they say, the weather is only predicted by fools and newcomers. And frankly, it’s appropriate. I think the price, when it starts to move, it’s going to move quickly. For example, the price from 2003 to 2011 went from a little over $1 a pound to $8, as a vivid example of what can happen. And we envision the minute the retail markets start to pick up, the global recession starts to wane, and suddenly, there is going to be an increase in demand. And there is nothing on the shelf, and it could start a typical panic for metal. In 1969, the price of antimony went from $0.57 to over $4 a pound in two weeks. And that’s the type of market we are in. So I would see a return to a stronger market, maybe that’s not $8, but we will ramp up to that in several years or much faster.

“You are really not in the antimony business until you control your raw materials”

Are you aware of any misperceptions that investors commonly have about U.S. Antimony? Anything you’d like to clarify for investors?

Mr. Lawrence: The business is very complicated due to pricing, production, metallurgy, payment terms and terminology. The new investor is forced to try to comprehend all the details, and this can take hours.
Sat 11:13


Wow, I thought they were going to be there.

Having said that I did ask Emin who was representing TSTR there and he didn't respond. Hmmm interesting.

Still, I'm sure you will enjoy the day.....GECR should be able to assist, but there again, nothing new perhaps.
Fri 21:45


I think there is some confusion as to "ISA share account" and "TSB ISA shares"

Of course the money will stay in your ISA account, it's a case of, will it be in the share? Or in the account.

Sorry, I didn't explain that properly obviously, I'm confused myself now, but I think I understand it even if I haven't put it in writing correctly ...

I think we are all saying the same thing but in different words.
Fri 21:40


I'm not saying you can't leave the money in the ISA account, what I am saying is ...once the TO has happened, there is certain criteria that has to be in accordance with the HMRC's requirements.

A further update will be issued at a later date as to what happens next.

This information has been given by my brokers ISA account team.

Suggest you check it out with your broker and see what they say


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