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Gold/Mining/Energy : Platinum Group Metals (PGMs) -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?


To: CIMA who wrote (481)2/2/2002 7:35:52 AM
From: Gord Bolton  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 529
 
CIMA, the comment about Donner was tongue in cheek. I believe graphite is very common and cheap. It does however create geophysical anomolies that excite explorers looking for nickel or kimberlites and when drilled creates bitter disappointment.

roskill.co.uk

graphit.de



To: CIMA who wrote (481)2/2/2002 8:10:51 AM
From: Gord Bolton  Respond to of 529
 
crystalgraphite.com



To: CIMA who wrote (481)2/2/2002 12:13:52 PM
From: Bruce Robbins  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 529
 
There is no spot price for graphite, like many industrial minerals. It does not trade like gold or silver on a market like the COMEX. Graphite is mined and sold as various products with different properties. The "price" is set by the producers and consumers.