Hi guys. What I can't find is info regarding the priority follow-up drilling at Cue. Anyone know when it is? Only because I don't think Patrick has told us, which then leaves a completely open timescale.
I am beginning to feel that I'm having the pi55 taken out of me here now, with Sunrise's extremely slow progress, nothing definitive to bring in value, only further investigation required, yet with no timescales. Speaking mainly about Cue here.
We need the sparklers at Cue to be commercial, because looks like diatomite isn't of high interest to investors, to say the least. The gold prospects I'm not too concerned about in view of what happened with what we thought was an excellent prospect at Long Lake, so Patrick needs to bring value with Cue. If he doesn't, I won't be able to back his judgement further I'm afraid. Can't keep just hopping from one resource to another. How thoroughly does he investigate these so-called assets before tying up the deals for them? I want some value now, after over four years of only losses and non-starters. I'm just being honest. It has to be Cue.
Cheers guys. The large buy is encouraging, but until we have a winner here, this will be a trader's share only. Pity, because leading up to the Long Lake outcome, it was seemingly actually a decent long-term investment. Many of us thought that Patrick had really found something which could be developed and more investors were joining the share. The sp was buoyant and the bb was buzzing with optimism. Sadly, it seems to have been even more of a hit and hope ever since Long Lake was shelved and I feel it has now become somewhat of a trying experience for those of us who have stuck it out. My optimism is certainly ebbing away with this.
Come on Patrick, pull us out of the doldrums. Where's this commercially viable project?
The 1.4 million buy is encouraging but who knows. What is clear is that the only thing that will lift the share price is one of these projects demonstrating clear cut high value. Until that happens, we will continue to drift around 0.35-0.45 to buy as we have for a few years now. From what I have read, industrial minerals are slow burners even when you have a big resource so we need copper, gold or sparklers if there is any chance of this share being anything other than a target for the pump and dump mob.
Good luck to those in TYM, but we need this to stop floundering as well. Has to be this year, as Patrick mentioned 2014 should be a better year. So far, in terms of sp value, it has been possibly the worst year over the last four years. Come on Patrick!
Yes, can't disagree with that. As I said a while back Rod, if Cue is duff then I'm off. Progress this year has been slow as well. News limited and timescales still all too vague. Patrick needs to produce a starter, as it's been over four years without yet seeing anything which will bring in the value.
there is an LSE trade which is a sell at 0.3502 p and an ISDX buy at 0.3724 p( balanced).. both around £ 555 in value so I now think that any buys via the secondary market of ISDX are being matched by sells on the LSE. Meanwhile TYM appear to be heading back towards July level of over 7 p...it is quite possible that they will rise weekly until November when drilling results may start to be announced.
County Line Diatomite Project,Nevada "We are moving quickly with our evaluation of this deposit as we see potential for a large resource of diatomite. Drilling and/ or trenching is now justified to collect larger samples for further mineral process testwork to evaluate and optimise the application of the diatomite in various filler and fliter applications."
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