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Condor Gld Share Chat (CNR)



Share Price: 54.00Bid: 53.00Ask: 55.00Change: 1.00 (+1.89%)Riser - Condor Gld
Spread: 2.00Spread as %: 3.77%Open: 53.00High: 54.75Low: 53.00Yesterday’s Close: 53.00


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bonker99
Posts: 34,823
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.75
C'mon
Today 10:58
ya bugger, crack it :)
 
Jibbo
Posts: 16,737
Research
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:54.50
Mines &Money interview link
Today 10:37
http://tinyurl.com/zxshe4m For those who have not yet seen it (certainly worth watching).
Awax
Posts: 1,784
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.00
RE: Can the rise be sustained?
Today 09:45
With increasing economic uncertainties on the horizon, plus an unknown as yet response to a US rate rise?
Jibbo
Posts: 16,737
Answer
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:54.00
Strider4
Today 09:27
In broad terms I agree that the trend lines are similar. However, when we have had a lot of news due in the past this has invariably risen sharply in anticipation. We have had such a long period without any significant news that we have forgotten what used to happen, lol (particularly with good drill results). I remember well the effect of the bonanza grade find in mid April 2013 which sent us rapidly up from 70p to 140p.
bonker99
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:53.625
So far
Today 09:14
so good? :)
Strider4
Posts: 321
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:53.625
RE: Can the rise be sustained?
Today 09:03
the rise is potentially a reaction to Mark's recent presentation (he's obviously been told to stop holding back and start doing a bit more like all the other CEOs!) and it may be jumping the gun.

I would disagree and say that this share has followed the gold price very closely - this year being a case in point.
Jibbo
Posts: 16,737
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:53.625
Typo
Today 09:02
Ross Beaty not Beauty, haha (predictive text!), although Beauty might be more appropriate from the point of view of us shareholders ;-)
Jibbo
Posts: 16,737
Answer
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:53.625
RE: Can the rise be sustained?
Today 08:49
Time will tell but you have been in and out of this share long enough to know that the sp is normally news driven and often has moved in a different direction to gold. There is potentially a lot of good news due here, starting this month. MC is back out at LA India now (after his excellent interview at Mines & Money) and hopefully is casting his eye over the Real de LA Cruz drill core and sorting out the PC? Anyone who hasn't listened to Mark's interview should do so. He confidently predicts a three to four bagger in the next twelve to eighteen months with the main catalyst being a dual listing on the TSX (a move wanted by Ross Beauty, billionaire CNR shareholder who has a big following among TSX investors.
Strider4
Posts: 321
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:53.50
Can the rise be sustained?
Today 08:36
in the short-term, as there's been no shift in the price of gold. Have we seen the bottom or is this just a mini-rally before the downtrend resumes. Not clear yet.
Jibbo
Posts: 16,737
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:53.50
Nice
Today 08:36
Looks like a positive start.




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