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To: Theotokos who wrote (10632)4/22/2020 11:22:04 AM
From: louel
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From My perspective putting money in Junior exploration stocksis NOT investing but rather speculative gambling. basically giving money to someone you really do not know so they can chase an idea. Which is based on guess work. No firm grounds or guarantee it is even a good one and historical evidence reveals 90% of people who promoted similar programs in the past 100 years failed to produce a mine-able resource. Not good odds. Like giving your money to a stranger who is going to Las Vegas. tell them just pump it into a the slot of your choice. and we'll split the profits. if you do not win. you will still take your travel expenses and a wagge for going. And I agree if you loose it all I will be the one who takes the biggest portion if not all of the loss. with no recource or legal means of ever getting my money back . If you over spend or loose it all due to foolish mistakes or mis judgment in decisions made without my permission you will not be liable and continue to be paid. Should you run out of money just out notice via a fund raising Placement order you need more and I will front further funds for you to play with. All you are legally responsible for is to tell me nice stories of the best your journey and more about potential winning. if you fail to report regularly I will grumble but exept and understand you are busy and as I went into this agreement with eyes wide open as an adult you should not have to baby sit me. I also agree, If I loose all of the money I gave you it is not your fault as I could have left the partnership earlier and salvaged at least a bit. But I chose not to because you told such beautiful convincing hypothetical stories and I blindly believed them.

ON the other hand investing in my books is backed by factual successes Tack record, already known valuable hard assets regular debt and operational cost reports showing a sufficient ongoing revenue stream to cover the expenses and still have some left over to pay down outstanding debt plus pay me interest on the money I have placed in your hands in the form of a dividend. just appears to be less risk my prefferred investing style

Yes tell me what the EBITDA <Return on the investment(ROI), Earnings growth, return on equity so I can calculate how my portion is doing include market swing effects in order for me to verify for myself if you are really up to date or simply spinning a yarn trying to pull the wool over my eyes.

Junior venture stocks trading venues not in my opinion investment creteria yet stocks which meet fundamental investment qualification may still be traded. and I might add with far more predictability and safety. What you think? Caqndidates ?

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To: louel who wrote (10643)5/6/2020 3:59:05 PM
From: CanadaGrant
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Thanks for the compliment louel. When looking at CUU I tend to go with past performance before I would ever believe something out of the office as I have already been burnt on that one. Show me what you've done instead of telling me what you "expect" to do and so far the record is dismal at best. The share price says it all and the stupid stories, paid for interviews and failures to complete anything on time don't help. My fault for investing but there really isn't any point in selling when the shares are about as close to zero as you can get. I'm hoping something good might come out of this but I can say that if Elmer told me the sky was blue, I wouldn't believe him or even bother going outside for a look...

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To: CanadaGrant who wrote (10645)5/17/2020 12:22:28 AM
From: louel
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I believ your correct at this point selling would eliminate any possible chance of of gain suould there be something happen to even move price. All losses have alread been incurred at this price it has been derisked. for me I only held a minisculeamount of shares 26k and it was ckutteing up my potfolio distractingattention from others more important
I have evr since back in the S/H days thought you were one of the few who held an open mind unlike some where every whisper appeared to be the golden egg. My approach is on a gold scalr you can place lump of gold but you have no idea of its valu tillcounter weights are placed om=n the opposite side. So to with mining deposits.drilling and assays may say it is fabulous however till all costs prior to market are extracted and time lines are in play and decisions ar made toward commecial production the true value remains unknown it is nothing more than a guess.

Back in th days of S/H I ws at times quite brutal to many other members including you So please accept my appology I make here to all. I like this forum to be whee on where posters may place views, ask questions and shae factual infomation on CUU and other ventures which may benefit all
Thank you for you post CG Welcome any time JUst because a person posts on another forum does not mean they cannot share here I hold no Bias Add yes from time to time I visit AG and scout for relevant info hich I may have missed

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From: explorationguy5/25/2020 10:13:25 AM
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Drill rigs are turning at Treaty Creek, a month earlier than last year. TUD, AMK and TUO are in play. Program objectives are to extend step out mineralization and infill drilling for resource estimation. Based on last years program the first assay would be expected by late June. However you can see the metallic mineralization in core so the stocks could move as soon as they pull some core well before assay results are received.

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To: CanadaGrant who wrote (10645)6/7/2020 6:17:00 PM
From: louel
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On my way to Kamloops a few weeks ago I stopped at JImmy's for a snack and coffee. If I would have seen a corvette in front I would have ask who here has an alias name Canada Grant. ?

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To: louel who wrote (10648)1/13/2021 10:12:54 AM
From: CuuWon
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Did everybody DIE on this board! Were did everyone go to, CanadaGrant Exploration Guy and my favourite Louel Louie! all gone to the Pearly Gates to be with MetaComit. Good news coming everyday BOYS

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From: Willy Nilly3/16/2021 12:51:42 PM
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Copper Fox: Building a pipeline of North American porphyry copper projects

Mining Journal, 15 March 2021

Copper Fox Metals' strategy is generating porphyry copper projects for large and mid-tier producers.

mining-journal.com

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From: Willy Nilly3/16/2021 3:20:40 PM
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Current Barchart Opinion 16 March 2021

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From: Willy Nilly3/22/2021 11:43:53 AM
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Copper Fox Announces Updated Mineral Resource Estimate for the Schaft Creek Project

Newsfile Corp.
Mon., March 22, 2021, 6:00 a.m.

Calgary, Alberta--(Newsfile Corp. - March 22, 2021) - Copper Fox Metals Inc. (TSXV: CUU) (OTC Pink: CPFXF) ("Copper Fox" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the results of a Resource Estimate for the Schaft Creek polymetallic copper-gold-molybdenum-silver porphyry copper project located in northwest British Columbia. The Schaft Creek project is managed through the Schaft Creek Joint Venture ("SCJV") formed in 2013 between Teck Resources Limited ("Teck") (75%) and Copper Fox (25%) with Teck being the operator. The Resource Estimate was prepared by Tetra Tech Canada Inc. ("Tetra Tech") and Red Pennant Geoscience ("Red Pennant") in accordance with NI 43-101 standards (May 9, 2016), CIM Definition Standards (May 19, 2014) with guidance from CIM Best Practice Guidelines (November 29, 2019).
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More details:

ca.finance.yahoo.com

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To: Willy Nilly who wrote (10652)3/27/2021 3:45:21 PM
From: sense
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I see the management hasn't changed since 2013... and in the last 7 years... they still haven't managed to develop a basic geological construct for the deposit ? Drill first... then decide what is worth looking at ? Nothing new here ? Moving along.

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