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From: ralfph10/19/2021 11:22:34 AM
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SCL-swing trading this puppy - out at this time.

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From: ralfph10/19/2021 11:26:21 AM
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IVN - that is more like it. 12-13 bucks should be in the cards by next year - if copper holds

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From: cessnastreet10/19/2021 1:29:21 PM
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VR.v ... will be starting Smokey lithium drill program... $7 mill m/c... Mark Ireton ceo... well followed on both sides of border...VRCFF...should be a very good run... looking for .60 on speculation.

Victory's Smokey Lithium project is a clay lithium property that lies approximately 20 miles north of Clayton Valley, and 20 miles west of American Lithium's flagship lithium project. Smokey Lithium is located 25 km northwest of Cypress' Clayton Valley Lithium Project and 35 km southwest of American Lithium Corporation's Tonopah Lithium Claims Property in southwest Nevada. Esmeralda County Nevada is a prolific region for lithium clay deposits, (Noram, Cypress, American Lithium, Spearmint, Enertopia, and Jindalee).

The Smokey Lithium property is located 35 km west of Tonopah, Nevada within the Walker Lane trans tensional corridor on the western margin of the Basin and Range province. The property's geology consists of Miocene - Pliocene tuff deposits, claystones, and siliciclastic beds (Esmeralda Formation) with overlying younger alluvium deposits and desert pavement formation. The claystone, which can carry high lithium concentrations, is observed as highly weathered light grey to tan mounds of unconsolidated clay from 0.10 - 1.50 meters thick. The flat lying nature of the claystones, together with the frequent occurrence of transported cover requires drilling to fully validate and assess Smokey Lithium's the potential as indicated by surface sampling.


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From: cessnastreet10/19/2021 1:33:16 PM
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ETU.v... starting a great run... very, very bullish... just slices through R levels... let's see how high it can go.


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To: Gib Bogle who wrote (291517)10/19/2021 2:13:06 PM
From: LoneClone
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My mistake, sorry. My eyesight has been deteriorating the last few years -- my formerly better right eye now has 98% vision loss -- but I have not yet developed the discipline to reread everything so I still make too many mistakes, such as misunderstanding your post to be about the $CAD rather than the stock. CAD.

LC

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To: LoneClone who wrote (291526)10/19/2021 2:25:27 PM
From: Valuepro
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You and I are in the same boat. My eyes are failing faster than my aging cognition. Writing has become painfully slow and a lot of errors get through self editing.

I also sense that we are alike in resisting these changes by trying ever harder to keep up the same routines and behaviors.

Tip 'o the hat to ya,

VP

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To: LoneClone who wrote (291526)10/19/2021 2:36:18 PM
From: Gib Bogle
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Sorry to hear about your vision loss, that's a big deal. It didn't occur to me that CAD is commonly used to refer to the Canadian $ - my oversight.

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To: LoneClone who wrote (291526)10/19/2021 2:59:31 PM
From: cessnastreet
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My optometrist recommended taking a high quality lutein every day ... seems to be working... you might want to check it out.

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From: ralfph10/19/2021 3:22:19 PM
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I am seeing a lot of solar panels on roofs in NovaScotia which seems smart. The fact that new subdivisions seem to have a love of telephone pulls is idiotic - ditto with the use of herbicide by the local township - basically insane example to set - pretty much every road in the area I am in is using the stuff.

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From: ralfph10/19/2021 3:26:33 PM
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BB - loving this run :)

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