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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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To: ralfph who wrote (292051)11/30/2021 3:23:03 PM
From: Pianoman1997
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Hahaha fair enough! I was talking for shareholders in general. I don't have shares but I did follow the latest dilution drama

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From: ralfph11/30/2021 4:05:10 PM
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HNU - decent whipsaw today. Nice ride if you bet the right way :)

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To: onepath who wrote (292053)11/30/2021 4:22:40 PM
From: Pianoman1997
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Could be a good trade, shares recovered a little from 59 cents! Good luck, worth a try. There are many reasons why the overall Copper market may help NCU despite themselves.

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To: Valuepro who wrote (292021)11/30/2021 5:30:30 PM
From: Valuepro
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The broader markets today preformed similarly to last Friday's red day with gold and silver being down marginally while platinum and palladium suffered. Again, the clear difference being that gold and silver are monetary metals while platinum and palladium are not.

That rhodium - also among the platinum group metals - was up a bit I consider something of a meaningless quirk for the purposes of this posting today, noting that the platinum group metals are not generally considered monetary metals.

...with thanks to Kitco:

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To: ralfph who wrote (292042)11/30/2021 10:08:33 PM
From: dara
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AGC - I've owned this one on and off over the years and happen to have a position although I did lighten up recently.

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To: dara who wrote (292059)11/30/2021 11:54:22 PM
From: ralfph
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I hope you are in a position with profits - might pay to sit on your hands for awhile on the off chance the bid gets raised - does not happen often but sometimes things align and work in your favour.

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To: cessnastreet who wrote (292009)12/1/2021 8:43:21 AM
From: Terry Maloney
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>> In regards to that nut bar... located in Victoria..has an office on Princess Ave.... the Vic police department should be giving them a visit <<

Turns out the RCMP did last Saturday ...

vice.com

ici.radio-canada.ca

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From: ogi12/1/2021 9:50:06 AM
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2021-12-01 10:17 AT - News Release



Mr. Blaine Monaghan reports

PACIFIC RIDGE INTERSECTS 437 METRES OF 0.61% CUEQ OR 0.96 G/T AUEQ, INCLUDING 291.7 METRES OF 0.75% CUEQ OR 1.18 G/T AUEQ, IN FIRST DRILL HOLE AT KLIYUL COPPER-GOLD PROJECT; BEST KLIYUL INTERVAL EVER

stockwatch.com!PEX-3178800/C/PEX

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