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Condor Gld Share Chat (CNR)



Share Price: 55.50Bid: 55.00Ask: 56.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Condor Gld
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 1.82%Open: 55.50High: 55.50Low: 55.50Yesterday’s Close: 55.50


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cambells
Posts: 3,150
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:55.50
good
Today 08:15
timing for forum well done mark
 
Patryk221
Posts: 1,673
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.50
RE: More candy.
Today 08:10
Unfortunately market isn't interested in a land full of candy behind a glass wall, unless we can take that candy nothing will happen here....but when it happens I hope we re rate as this has been a long 7 year wait that just not producing any fruit....
AndrewFfoulkes
Posts: 660
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.00
RE: More candy.
Today 08:03
It seems to me that 2017 is possibly now a non-starter, anyone with ideas about an EIA this year perhaps ought to have a re-think and move on or come back next year. I mark us as a strong buy and do not believe for one moment we are being shafted but I'm now resigned to another year of waiting for progress on the permitting front. In the meantime of course our resource will grow very significantly!
AndrewFfoulkes
Posts: 660
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:57.50
From MC
Today 07:59
Some will already have seen this from Mark:

"The bonanza gold grades averaging 25g/t gold extends at least 150m vertical from surface. See cross sections and long sections in attached. Our current thinking is that Mestiza could develop into an open pit underground target like Cerro Vanguardia. If the Russian resource of 780,000 oz gold at 10.2g/t gold converts to NI 43-101 and 30% of the resource is open pit within the first 75m it will change the mine schedule as high grade ounces are mined earlier reducing the payback period for the plant, boost NPV and IRRs, increase production ounces gold to nearer 200,000 oz gold per annum as Mestiza is excluded from the current PFS/PEA.

My object is to:
A) increase the resource in the 3 vein known sets from 2.1m oz gold by 40% to 3m oz gold
B) demonstrate how much of the 3m oz gold can go in a mine plan
C) demonstrate a major gold District

Condor is funded for 10,000m drilling this year."
SimonThePieman
Posts: 1,267
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:57.50
More candy.
Today 07:57
More Candy in the Candy Store but the shop's still closed. Anyone any idea when it opens?
AndrewFfoulkes
Posts: 660
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:55.50
RE: Condor Gold PLC Drilling Result..
Today 07:22
The important bit:

"Mestiza is significant for five reasons:

1. It already hosts a NI 43-101-compliant mineral resource (1,490 kt at 7.47 g/t; 333,000 oz gold). This is excluded from the current Pre-Feasibility Study ('PFS') and Preliminary Economic Assessment ('PEA') at La India Project.

2. The December 2014 PEA contains an open pit and underground mining scenario using a 1.6 Mtpa processing plant recovering 1,203 koz gold over the life of mine, with the first 5 years production averaging 138,000 oz gold pa.

3. The January 2016 Whittle Enterprise Optimisation to NPV of the above PEA materially increased the recovered gold and project economics. Using the same 1.6 Mtpa processing plant, recovered gold increases to 1,437 koz gold over the life of mine with the first five years of production averaging 165,000 oz gold pa.

4. All production scenarios to date exclude Mestiza, which is in close proximity to the La India and America vein sets (See Figure 4). There is a high possibility of bringing additional high grade gold from Mestiza into a future mine plan, feeding a centralised processing plant.

5. Importantly, Mestiza hosts a relatively shallow high grade, oxidised resource, which is currently viewed as a combined open pit-underground mining target. The average drill depth is 112 m for the 6,000 m resource conversion drilling programme. The existing resource is open along strike in both directions and at depth. The shallow, high grade nature of the resource suggests it could be added early on to the mine plan, enhancing the production profile and economics of the project."
Awax
Posts: 1,979
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.50
RE: Condor Gold PLC Drilling Result..
Today 07:18
Well what a surprise......more Mark Child magic!
Condorpilot
Posts: 219
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.50
Condor Gold PLC Drilling Results
Today 07:08
good to read .... more gold and silver
brigstocke
Posts: 113
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.50
RE: proactive pres
Wed 18:08
I'm going to try and attend, I have registered and have my ticket. I will post any decent information.
NoEasy
Posts: 251
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.50
RE: drilling
Wed 17:18
More than happy with the company Patryk. It has been run very well for my own liking. Its been going a long time and far from dropping into oblivion it has continued to attrract the right kind of investor as you rightly say. Mark has been good with the money. The permit business has cost us the momentum and indeed sentiment that was being built up from those investors investing. But like all good things..........!




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