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I think you might find the more compelling conversations and more up to date topics on this message board other than that other one. No one wants to see their investment targeted by a has been penny stock promoter that cannot take responsibility for his own actions. When investors realize they can average down they seem to be open to the placement at this level. Personally I have grabbed about 1.5 mil at this level, my theory is that no one has stolen that 24 city blocks of surface showings and last I heard the subsurface target of 43 city block area is still there, it's just that the timeline was not what we expected.
I don't even participate on that other board any longer. I can't tolerate unprofessional behavior and neanderthal mentality. I'm still looking forward to the drilling program that should get underway any day now and give us what we've been waiting for, copper. Lot's of it!
I hear you and am doing the same almost (I still write just a few comments now on some other stocks, but find a lot of it isn't worth it). I hub is good though for graphs a level 2 that isn't always so accurate, and other info.
I think you and I left on the same day. If this venue can pay more attention to moderating it's content that filling the pop up advertising space, I think there will be much more utility for speculative investors such as ourselves.
maybe someone with a better mining background can chip in, but one little detail I found in the Abiti Ground IP report (on WOLV website, see: wolverineexplorationinc.com , page 11) was intriguing as it relates to GRID 2, where WOLV intends to drill the main anomaly (hopefully) this summer (s. below). major copper mineralization tends to be at/near shear zones / faults, no ? (http://pubs.usgs.gov/sir/2005/5272/sir_2005_5272_web.pdf ) at least a tiny hint that the geology of grid 2 may indeed be quite different from grid 1, - which we all hope of course...
(quote) : The high conductivity and very low chargeability values observed in these zones indicate the presence of fault or shear zone. Small, less continuous, conductive zones cross the resistive ground in the northwest corner of the grid, these may also indicate the presence of shear zones