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To: Valuepro who wrote (292044)11/30/2021 11:44:07 AM
From: ralfph
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Gutless wonders. I do not know why they think ringing their hands is a viable option but it seems to be the standard, go to, move for the Fed.

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From: ralfph11/30/2021 11:48:48 AM
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NCU - this action pretty much backs up my opinion of what to expect from the company. If it hits 10% of the years high I may buy a position. That is in the 30 cent area - i doubt it gets there - by rights this should be a level to consider buying but their past performance prevents me from stepping in at this point.

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To: ralfph who wrote (292045)11/30/2021 11:49:13 AM
From: Pianoman1997
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With confidence after being freshly confirmed for another term. Confidence to sing a song and re-assure everyone that all is good. Telling people that they can really stop QE/raise rates rapidly is insane but they need to say something, try to do something...I couldn't look at myself in a mirror.

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To: ralfph who wrote (292045)11/30/2021 2:10:18 PM
From: Valuepro
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As with all their other recent jawboning, that's about all they can do. They've run out of tools keep the economy humming while they likely also understand that to raise rates now could prove disastrous. I almost started to be the last time they raised rates, but they soon backed off. I think the market understands this, but the players make their bets on what they think others will do. Then they reverse themselves profiting on the swing.

VIX up 15 percent at the moment. I think I saw 19 percent just a few minutes ago.

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To: ralfph who wrote (292046)11/30/2021 2:43:23 PM
From: onepath
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Paid a nickel for a few....

Nevada Copper warrants to trade on TSX

2021-11-25 21:08 ET - Warrants Called to Trade

The Toronto Stock Exchange reports that Nevada Copper Corp. will list 83,322,150 warrants for trading at the open on Nov. 29, 2021, under the symbol NCU.WT.B and Cusip No. 64128F 14 1. As stated in its short form prospectus dated Nov. 23, 201, the company will issue 162,644,300 units at 77 cents per unit in an offering, with each unit consisting of one share and one-half warrant.

According to the TSX, each warrant will be exercisable at $1 per share for 18 months following the closing of the offering. The TSX has issued a separate bulletin regarding the listing of the shares pursuant to the offering.

© 2021 Canjex Publishing Ltd. All rights reserved.

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To: onepath who wrote (292049)11/30/2021 2:47:04 PM
From: Pianoman1997
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Breakeven $1.10. 18 months. Doable but NCU better get their act together, they lost a lot of shareholders' trust

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To: Pianoman1997 who wrote (292050)11/30/2021 2:52:51 PM
From: ralfph
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NCU - I am not sure they ever had my trust, certainly their record is not conducive to rewarding them or earning my trust.

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To: onepath who wrote (292049)11/30/2021 2:58:28 PM
From: ralfph
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NCU.wt - those ones ended up at .005 with a high of .105 - not a stellar performance;) but the b warrants should swing over the next year - what with copper prices moving around. Plus NCU does have that pile of cash to do something with. good luck with those warrants.

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To: Pianoman1997 who wrote (292050)11/30/2021 3:07:12 PM
From: onepath
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Crap company but i just look at buying a warrant as a lev. trade on cu. Holding warrants to gain shares thru exercising at the strike is way to risky…..and especially on NCU.

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To: ralfph who wrote (292052)11/30/2021 3:14:45 PM
From: onepath
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I will give it a few months and see when/if copper turns back up. NCU ran up to 3$ this last may on a cu spike.
Definitely not an investing play….

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