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   Gold/Mining/EnergyBuckey's Bottom Bounce Short Term Picks (CDN ONLY)


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To: Flea who wrote (5876)1/5/2007 7:16:30 PM
From: Clark Kent
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I never really thought Buckey spent much time in the shallow end.

Yep, working for a living sucks but trading for a living didn't work for me and I couldn't eat. Lost weight....hmm, maybe I should give it another try. grunt.

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To: Flea who wrote (5878)1/5/2007 7:23:34 PM
From: Clark Kent
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I'd wait for NRM to hit $1.00, you probably saw this:

NP says analyst strokes Neurochem with $1 (U.S.) target

2007-01-05 09:05 ET - In the News

The National Post reports in its Friday edition that Neurochem traded at its 52-week high of $29.99 (Canadian) at the end of November. The Post's Jonathan Ratner writes in the Trading Desk column that on Jan. 1 the stock closed at $26 (Canadian). Thursday the stock closed $21.38 (Canadian). Jefferies & Co. downgraded Neurochem on Wednesday. Brean, Murray, Carret & Co. started coverage of Neurochem with a "sell" rating Wednesday. Mr. Murray expects Neurochem stock will trade down to $1 (U.S.) in the next six months. Neurochem closed at $18.23 (U.S.) Wednesday in New York. "We view Neurochem's recent rise in valuation as totally unwarranted and believe this offers an ideal opportunity to sell shares at a price that is about twenty-fold higher than our fair value calculation," said Brean analyst Jonathan Aschoff. Mr. Aschoff is also concerned with Neurochem's financial position because he expects Neurochem's Alzheimer's drug, Alzhemed, to fail in both North American and European phase III trials. As a result, the analyst does not expect Neurochem to secure a marketing partnership for the drug or generate any sales revenue from it. He also believes Neurochem's Kiacta drug is a dud.

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To: Clark Kent who wrote (5881)1/5/2007 11:12:52 PM
From: RadMan55
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You still using a crappy computer???..

juniorstocks.com

Get with the program ya 'ol fart... ;)

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From: alexolinik1/6/2007 5:37:19 AM
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Sennen (v.sn) has potential assets worth close to $1.00/ share . The stock is currently trading under 0.20. Keep a very close eye on this one for upcoming news.

Thu Nov 16, 2006

AGREEMENT TO SELL INTEREST IN MDL 282 (MIDDLEMOUNT) COAL DEPOSIT FOR AUS $15,000,000.

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Mr. Ian Rozier, President of Sennen Resources Ltd ("Sennen") reports that Sennen has entered into a Share Sale Agreement (the" Agreement") that will result in the sale of its interest in the Middlemount coal deposit MDL 282 ("Middlemount") in Queensland, Australia to Custom Mining (Middlemount) Pty Ltd ("CMM"), a subsidiary of Custom Mining of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia.

Under the terms of the Agreement CMM will acquire all the issued shares of Ribfield Pty Ltd ("Ribfield"), an Australian company beneficially owned by Sennen, and the owner of a 95% interest in Middlemount. The consideration to be paid by CMM to Sennen for the purchase of the shares of Ribfield will be A$15,000,000. The terms of the Agreement are summarized as follows:

1. The payment to Sennen of a non-refundable deposit of A$500,000 upon execution of the Agreement.

2. Completion of the Agreement (the "Completion") is to take place five business days following satisfaction of the following conditions:
(a) Regulatory approval in Australia for the transfer of MDL 283 (Ownaview) and EPC 640 (Collingwood) to another entity owned by Sennen;
(b) DJB Coal obtaining regulatory approval for the transfer of their 5% interest in MDL 282 to CMM; and
(c) Regulatory approval of the TSX Venture Exchange; but in any event not later than June 30, 2007.

3. CMM has a period of 8 weeks to complete a drilling and analysis program (the "DA Period") on MDL 282.

4. Within 16 weeks of the expiration of the DA Period, CMM is to place A$3,500,000 into an escrow account with Sennen's Australian lawyers, Blakiston and Crabb, in the event that Completion has not occurred by that time.

5. Upon Completion, CMM will pay Sennen A$2,000,000, and A$3,500,000 will either be paid to Sennen directly by CMM or be released from escrow to Sennen, as the case may be.

6. Within 12 months of Completion, CMM will pay Sennen a further A$4,500,000.

7. Within 24 months of Completion, CMM will pay Sennen the final A$4,500,000.

8. Upon Completion, CMM will provide bank guarantees for the two outstanding payments of A$4,500,000 to be paid by CMM on the 12 and 24 month anniversaries of the date of Completion in order to ensure payment of the funds as and when they are due; the escrow agent will not be required to hold these funds.

Following Completion, Sennen will retain its interest in MDL 283 (Ownaview) and EPC 640 (Collingwood), two coal deposits also located in Queensland. MDL 283 (Ownaview) is located 10km from Dalby in Queensland and is approximately 75km from the Tarong Power Station. As reported in a news release of the Company dated March 1, 2005, Ownaview contains a 'historical' Measured Resource of 172Mt of recoverable high volatile, low sulphur (0.4) thermal coal, 97Mt having a strip ratio of 5 to 1 (waste to coal). The average seam thickness is 7.1m.

EPC 640 (Collingwood) is located15km from the railhead at Wandoan 400km from Brisbane. As reported in the March 1, 2005 news release, Collingwood contains a 'historical' measured and indicated Resource of 115Mt with a strip ratio of between 5 to 1 and 7 to 1 (waste to coal), with a moderate ash content (15-20%) and high specific energy. The coal deposits at both Ownaview and Collingwood would be amenable to low cost dragline mining methods.

With the Agreement with CMM over Middlemount, Sennen is now in a position to better evaluate its options with respect to the further development of Ownaview and Collingwood.

The qualified person having prepared the contents of this news release is Mr. Ian Rozier, B.Sc.(Hons), M.Sc., P.Eng.

sennenresources.com

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To: RadMan55 who wrote (5882)1/6/2007 1:19:26 PM
From: Clark Kent
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Old man?
Why I awtta....

I'm trying to use my old talkstox.com PW but it's not working. Then I admitted to the site I forgot my PW and I think the email on file no longer works.

Looks like I need to set up a new user account.

Radman55??? Is that your age or your I.Q.

(just kidding hehe)

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To: Clark Kent who wrote (5881)1/8/2007 9:42:15 AM
From: Flea
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Yeah, I saw that but didn't really think the guy knew what he was talking about. Another brokerage donwgraded it a day or two before Aschoff did.

So far, he looks like a genius.

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From: The Osprey8/20/2015 5:34:06 AM
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Hey whete is everybody? Buckey? Red rocket?

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From: The Osprey1/14/2016 3:41:24 PM
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Buckey. Soon time for SSE tsxv take alook. Early stages right now i think.a little vol and movement. Looks like a good potential play for a hold.

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