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Share Price: 0.275Bid: 0.27Ask: 0.28Change: 0.005 (+1.85%)Riser - Xtract
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 3.70%Open: 0.27High: 0.285Low: 0.265Yesterday’s Close: 0.27


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Mav2
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RE: Give them a chance
Thu 22:54
You know Jan said debt financing will be used to finance these projects not placings
 
lizzardchipzz
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RE: wise
Thu 22:54
3% copper!! ... They are looking to recover 0.15% cu (1.5kg of copper per tonne of slurry). Way below the cut off for a resource statement but as it's slurry on surface so it can still be economical to extract.
Wisecrow
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RE: Mav 2 / spacemen
Thu 22:54
Ya ya ya

I have heard all those claims from Colin, Andrew Sarosi (Nice man offered me a NED position in JLP), Leon Coetzer, Christopher, & Jim Portar

They all told me how they can make money from waste...

On paper it sounded fantastic...

On practice.... You judge yourselves...

Want to know more about revenue from tailings...

Go and talk to the LTH of the JLP board...

By the way Colin is also the head of JLP

They will tell you everything about making Funny money out of tailings...

IF you are there do not forget to ask them how come they made no significant money despite a patented extraction technology, despite a few smelters owned by the co, despite a big self owned 250 KWH power plant that could supply free power.
Mav2
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RE: wisecrow
Thu 22:51
Worth noting Jan Nelson talks of having previously out tailings projects into production at Pan African
Mav2
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RE: wisecrow
Thu 22:50
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFXXKPT11Qc

Listen from start of this one
Mav2
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RE: wisecrow
Thu 22:48
lizzardchipzz
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RE: Give them a chance
Thu 22:45
Aye ... No-one ever quotes the NPV over 14 years they only shout about the $400m of copper in situ.

These tailing dumps can't bring them the £30m a year profits that Jan is predicting within 24 months so it's over to the acquisitions now ... All eyes on the AGM to see what they are ... It needs to be compelling and cheap or the city will sting them as they know they'll be chasing lots more money.
Troajan
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wisecrow
Thu 22:41
not in here,so an unbiased view.
before modern extraction methods,all they did is take out the visible metals and smelted them,throwing away what was left,which were had viable ammounts,but diluted into the left overs,that couldn't be seen with the naked eye.
jlp are doing similar.
solstace
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wise
Thu 22:40
I know nothing of XTR but im guessing the tailing contain lets say 3% copper with an 85% recovery rate........ would that make more sense.....
Mav2
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GoS shares
Thu 22:40
Often forgotten about but including the 1.5m shares which XTR will be given when GoS list, XTR have around £923,000 there is the shares are valued at the 23.77p that Jan Nelson sold some for in 2014.





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