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    Gold Canyon: Top Five 2007 (Seite 31)

    eröffnet am 29.01.07 05:52:36 von
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    neuester Beitrag 23.09.14 19:44:41 von
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    DerRohstoffbulle
    schrieb am 02.03.12 02:29:21
    Beitrag Nr. 301 (42.837.683)
    konkreter bitte! Für welche Analysen soll GCU gezahlt haben? Haarsträubend!

    Zitat von Alf14Du weißt aber schon, daß Deine "Profis" Sellside-Analysten sind, die z.T. sogar von GCU bezahlt werden?




    Der heutige Anstieg und die heftigen Insiderkäufe beweisen doch, dass die Großinvestoren nach wie vor an die Story glauben.

    Überall hört man, dass GCU die nächste ganz große Story im Red Lake Mining District wird!

    Bleib du lieder bei GORO, Alf... dem "silber with a little gold-producer" mit den abenteuerlichen PR-Meldungen und dem Zaunbauer & Anthropologen-Management! ;)
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    DerRohstoffbulle
    schrieb am 02.03.12 03:08:39
    Beitrag Nr. 302 (42.837.704)
    alles payed sell-side analysts? forget it, german dumbass "investor"


    Expert Analysis

    Jeff Killeen, CIBC World Markets (2/28/12)
    "Gold Canyon Resources Inc. has released an updated resource estimate for the Springpole project in Ontario; a total of 3.67 Moz of gold with an average grade of 1.27 g/t and an additional 16.4 Moz of silver with an average grade of 5.67 g/t are contained within the multiple zones at Springpole. . .grades are over 15% higher than expected. . .we expect resource expansion will continue in 2012 and that a revised estimate will be produced in Q312."

    Andrew Mikitchook, GMP Securities (2/28/12)
    "Gold Canyon Resources Inc. released the resource for the Portage zone at its 100%-owned Springpole property. . .upside potential exists within the current pit-constrained resource, to depth and on strike. . .in our opinion, the most visible upside is to depth—the resource extends to depths of 240–360m. . .if we assume a 100m-depth extension, we could extrapolate roughly a 30% increase in mineralization for a target of about 5 Moz without upside from near surface and on strike. . .we maintain our Buy rating."

    Killian Charles, Industrial Alliance Securities (2/27/12)
    "Gold Canyon Resources Inc. announced the Springpole resource estimate. . . it outlined a resource of 1.22 Moz gold Indicated (30 Mt at 1.26 g/t gold) and 2.45 Moz gold Inferred (60 Mt at 1.27 g/t gold) for a total of 3.67 Moz gold; the project is already a top-tier deposit in grade and contained ounces. Interestingly, the company also demonstrated a substantial silver component at Springpole with 4.82 Moz silver Indicated (30 Mt at 5 g/t silver) and 11.58 Moz silver Inferred (60 Mt at 6 g/t silver) for a total of 16.4 Moz silver or ~110 Koz Au eq."

    The Gold Report Interview with Mark Raguz (Pinetree) (2/24/12)
    "Gold Canyon Resources Inc. also stands out. Relative to other Canadian bulk tonnage stories, we expect the grade at its Springpole deposit to exceed that of its comparables. An imminent resource update will leave it well positioned to meet analysts' upside expectations when it releases its PEA this fall. I would not be surprised by a PEA of 6 Moz with a high-grade starter pit and stout economics, given the success to date." More >

    http://www.theaureport.com/pub/co/1115
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    Alf14
    schrieb am 02.03.12 23:13:38
    Beitrag Nr. 303 (42.844.064)
    Zitat von DerRohstoffbullekonkreter bitte! Für welche Analysen soll GCU gezahlt haben? Haarsträubend!


    Was soll daran haarsträubend sein? Weißt Du nicht mal was sell-side-Analysten sind?
    Einfach das Kleingedruckte aufmerksam lesen:
    http://www.google.at/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=gold%20canyon%20fraser…


    Zitat von Alf14Du weißt aber schon, daß Deine "Profis" Sellside-Analysten sind, die z.T. sogar von GCU bezahlt werden?


    Der heutige Anstieg und die heftigen Insiderkäufe beweisen doch, dass die Großinvestoren nach wie vor an die Story glauben. [/quote]
    Dann wird es wohl so sein.
    Überall hört man, dass GCU die nächste ganz große Story im Red Lake Mining District wird!

    Hört man? Wo hört "man" das? Lebst Du im Red Lake Mining Gebiet?
    Bleib du lieder bei GORO, Alf... dem "silber with a little gold-producer" mit den abenteuerlichen PR-Meldungen und dem Zaunbauer & Anthropologen-Management! ;)


    Nu jo, ich fand den Lauf von 17 auf 26 nicht übel. Aber natürlich kann ich mit so mickrigen realisierten Gewinnen nicht mit Deinen exorbitanten unrealisierten Gewinnen mithalten.
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    Fantomas96
    schrieb am 04.03.12 00:31:22
    Beitrag Nr. 304 (42.846.434)
    Allen "Zweiflern" empfehle ich dringend, sich den Conference Call mit Dr. Quinton Hennigh anzuhören (zu finden in der unteren Hälfte der Homepage):

    http://www.goldcanyon.ca/s/Home.asp


    Und hier eine gute Zusammenfassung von einem SH Poster:

    One would also have to be pretty dense to listen to that conference call and not get the subtext--no, not subtext, because Quinton was not being subtle at all. He sounded as if he was practically pounding his fists on the table in emphasis of 1) how the "4 million ounces" was based on very conservative assumptions in everything the way they capped the grades to exclude the higher grades to recovery rates; 2) the enormous size of the project; 3) the ability to quickly add ounces such as the 'low hanging fruit" in the near surface drilling; 4) the importance of the high grades in this bulk tonnage (both for gold and silver); and the way they have their ducks lined up to move very fast with drill results. I'm sure they feel that the SP should be over $4 at this point and you can almost hear the frustration from management about the low SP and the market's recent reaction, even if what we saw were mostly flippers getting out when they didn't get 5 million ounces (I wrote here several times previously that anything over 3 would be a big success at this early stage) and a huge hoped-for pop. He also sounds very excited about the area where they encountered the high-grade core described in the Jan NR. With drills turning there we could see some excitement. And he sounds optimistic regarding the step--out holes currently being drilled to the SE. If anyone is in this issue or thinking about getting in it as investment and hasn't listed to that call, I think should. The detail is remarkable. Even a seasoned veteran with geo experience could learn from his very lucid description of the 43-101 process, the results, and where they are going with Springpole.

    All, more than ever, only opinions rolling around in a feeble mind. Do your own DD.

    http://www.stockhouse.com/Bullboards/MessageDetail.aspx?p=0&…

    Super Kaufkurse hier, nachdem alle "nervous nellies" geschmissen haben.
    Double in 8 Wochen ?

    FANTOMAS
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    Fantomas96
    schrieb am 15.03.12 15:45:20
    Beitrag Nr. 305 (42.907.209)
    Gold Canyon Resources Inc.

    TSX VENTURE : GCU
    PINKSHEETS : GDCRF

    March 13, 2012 08:30 ET

    Gold Canyon Intersects 283 Meters at 1.83 Grams per Tonne Gold and 121 Meters at 2.03 Grams per Tonne Gold at its Springpole Gold Project


    VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - March 13, 2012) - Gold Canyon Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:GCU)(PINKSHEETS:GDCRF) ("Gold Canyon" or "the Company") is pleased to announce assays from infill drilling at its 100% controlled Springpole Gold Project, located 110 kilometers northeast of the Red Lake Mining Camp, Ontario, Canada. Hole SP11-065, a hole drilled for metallurgical testing, intersected 283 meters at 1.83 grams per tonne gold (928 feet at 0.053 oz per ton gold) including 99.6 meters at 3.57 grams per tonne gold (327 feet at 0.104 oz per ton gold), and hole SP12-108 intersected 121 meters at 2.03 grams per tonne gold (397 feet at 0.059 oz per ton gold) including 41 meters at 4.01 grams per tonne gold (134 feet at 0.117 oz per ton gold).

    To view the Updated Drill Map, please visit this link: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/gcu313_Fig1.pdf.

    •Diamond drill hole SP11-065 was drilled in 2011 on the 0+700 m section line at an azimuth of 220 degrees true north and an inclination of -45 degrees. This hole twinned an earlier hole, SP10-007 (217 meters at 1.57 grams per tonne gold announced in a press release dated August 16, 2010), that failed to drill across the full width of the Portage Zone. In contrast, hole SP11-065 tested the full width of the Portage Zone intersecting 283 meters at 1.83 grams per tonne gold (928 feet at 0.053 oz per ton gold) including 99.6 meters at 3.57 grams per tonne gold (327 feet at 0.104 oz per ton gold). The latter higher grade interval is similar to that intersected in hole SP11-106 (127.5 meters at 3.51 grams per tonne gold announced in a press release dated January 26, 2012) situated on the 0+500 m section line 200 meters further southeast. Core from hole SP11-065 is presently undergoing metallurgical testing.


    •Diamond drill hole SP12-108, situated on the 0+550 m section line and drilled at an azimuth of 220 degrees true north and an inclination of -45 degrees, tested deeper parts of the mid section of the Portage Zone. Hole SP12-108 intersected 121 meters at 2.03 grams per tonne gold (397 feet at 0.059 oz per ton gold) including 41 meters at 4.01 grams per tonne gold (134 feet at 0.117 oz per ton gold). The latter higher grade interval is similar to that intersected in hole SP11-106 situated on the 0+500 m section line 50 meters further southeast. Mineralization remains open at depth on the 0+550 m section line.


    •Diamond drill hole SP12-109, situated on the 0+450 m section line and drilled at an azimuth of 220 degrees true north and an inclination of -45 degrees, tested deep parts of the mid section of the Portage Zone. Although this hole encountered several intervals of gold mineralization, it ended in mineralization before testing the full width of the target. Similarly, diamond drill hole SP12-111, situated on the 0+200 m section line and drilled at an azimuth of 220 degrees true north and an inclination of -45 degrees, attempted to test deep parts of the Portage Zone. This hole ended short of testing the full width of the target due to poor ground conditions. The bottom six meters of this hole intersected highly altered porphyry grading 1.06 grams per tonne gold.


    •Diamond drill hole SP12-110 was a vertical hole drilled from ice on the 0+850 m section line and infills an area where the Main Zone is stacked on top of the Portage Zone. This hole intersected 51 meters at 0.80 grams per tonne gold (167 feet at 0.023 oz per ton gold) in the Main Zone near surface and a deeper intercept of 50 meters at 0.98 grams per tonne gold (164 feet at 0.029 oz per ton gold) in the Portage Zone. Diamond drill hole SP12-112 was a vertical hole drilled from ice on the 0+550 m section line and infills part of the Bridge Zone, a near-surface zone of mineralization that extends from the Portage Zone to the East Extension Zone. This hole encountered three significant intervals of gold mineralization.


    "We are pleased to see our initial results from 2012 further demonstrate good continuity of mineralization at Springpole," comments Dr. Quinton Hennigh, technical advisor to, and director of, Gold Canyon. "None of the holes in this news release were included in our recently released 43-101 compliant resource estimate but will be used in a revised estimate scheduled to be released later in 2012. Assays from these holes are a good start to our aggressive 2012 drill program already underway."

    Summary of Results from Holes SP11-065 and SP12-108 through SP12-112
    Hole From
    (meters) To
    (meters) Length
    (meters) Gold (grams
    per tonne) Length
    (feet) Gold (oz
    per tonne)
    SP11-065 34.0 317.0 283.0 1.83 928 0.053
    includes 36.9 49.5 12.6 4.34 41 0.127
    includes 136.4 236.0 99.6 3.57 327 0.104
    includes 136.4 146.0 9.6 10.12 31 0.296
    includes 173.0 186.0 13.0 5.17 43 0.151

    SP12-108 44.0 54.0 10.0 1.08 33 0.032
    66.0 72.0 6.0 0.57 20 0.017
    80.0 85.0 5.0 0.44 16 0.013
    339.0 460.0 121.0 2.03 397 0.059
    includes 382.0 423.0 41.0 4.01 134 0.117

    SP12-109 8.0 14.0 6.0 1.34 20 0.039
    48.0 55.0 7.0 0.51 23 0.015
    118.0 121.0 3.0 1.33 10 0.039
    386.0 400.0 14.0 0.80 46 0.023
    509.5 540.0 30.5 1.09 100 0.032
    * 595.0 600.0 5.0 0.91 16 0.027
    * Hole ends in mineralization

    SP12-110 13.0 64.0 51.0 0.80 167 0.023
    117.0 119.0 2.0 1.90 7 0.055
    138.0 144.0 6.0 0.71 20 0.021
    150.0 156.0 6.0 1.62 20 0.047
    181.0 231.0 50.0 0.98 164 0.029

    SP12-111 475.0 491.0 16.0 0.49 52 0.014
    * 526.0 568.0 42.0 0.38 138 0.011
    includes 562.0 568.0 6.0 1.06 20 0.031
    * Hole ends in mineralization; last 42 meters includes several intervals of no recovery

    SP12-112 30.0 63.0 33.0 0.59 108 0.017
    90.0 96.0 6.0 0.74 20 0.022
    112.0 119.0 7.0 1.14 23 0.033
    Weighted averages were used to calculate all reported intervals

    Reported intervals apply a 0.2 gram per tonne gold (0.006 oz per ton gold) lower cutoff

    Internal dilution within reported intervals does not exceed core lengths of 8 meters.

    Intervals of no recovery were given a gold grade of 0 in the weighted average calculations above

    1 troy oz = 31.103 grams

    Conversion factor - grams per tonne to troy oz per short ton; g/t divided by 34.2857 or g/t multiplied by 0.0292

    1 meter = 3.28 feet
    Core was logged then split using diamond saws with one half sent for analyses and the other half stored for future reference. Quality control programs include the use of field and laboratory duplicates, standards, blanks, and internal and external check assaying. Certified sample standards were submitted with the normal sample stream. Gold and silver assays were completed by SGS Canada Inc. in Red Lake and Toronto, Ontario using a 30 gram charge, fire assay, with an ICP finish. For over limit assay results, initial assays in excess of 10.0 grams per tonne Au, a gravimetric finish is utilized.

    Update on 2012 Winter Diamond Drill Program

    Three core rigs are currently operating from the ice at Springpole and have completed approximately 5,400 meters of drilling. Due to unseasonably warm conditions, the period from which holes could be drilled from the ice has lasted only about five weeks. Expecting an early break-up, the Company plans an aggressive drill program utilizing its four barges on site. Gold Canyon has 50,000 meters of infill and exploration diamond drilling planned at Springpole in 2012. Approximately 80% of this drilling will be directed at infill and step-out holes in and around the Portage Zone with the goal of continuing to build the resource.

    About Springpole

    Springpole is an alkaline intrusion hosting a gold system that represents a potentially new style of Canadian Archean Shield gold deposit. The Portage Zone is hosted by a trachytic porphyry intrusion displaying polyphase autolithic breccias that host gold mineralization. Other zones, including the East Extension and Main, consist of high-grade veins and pods hosted in diatreme breccias composed of intrusive and country rock fragments. These breccias surround the northwest and northern margins of the Portage Zone. The known mineralized zones underlie a total known area of about 4 square kilometers representing only about 15 percent of the greater alkaline intrusive complex which remains yet to be explored.

    On February 27, 2012, Gold Canyon announced an updated NI 43-101 compliant resource estimate for Springpole, effective February 27, 2012, which included an indicated mineral resource of 1.22 million ounces gold and 4.82 million ounces silver and an inferred mineral resource of 2.45 million ounces gold and 11.58 million ounces silver (cut-off grade of 0.4 grams per tonne gold). Tonnage and grades were reported as 30.0 million metric tonnes at 1.26 grams per tonne gold and 5.0 grams per tonne silver for the indicated category, and 60.0 million metric tonnes at 1.27 grams per tonne gold and 6.0 grams per tonne silver for the inferred category. A copy of the news release and further details regarding the updated mineral resource estimate is available through the Internet on the Canadian System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval (SEDAR) at www.sedar.com. The Company will be filing a technical report for in connection with the updated mineral resource estimate on SEDAR on or before April 12, 2012.

    Quinton Hennigh, Ph.D., P.Geo. is the Qualified Persons pursuant to National Instrument 43-101 responsible for, and has reviewed and approved, the technical information contained in this news release. Dr. Hennigh is acting as a technical adviser to, and a director of, Gold Canyon.

    About Gold Canyon Resources Inc.:

    Gold Canyon is engaged in the acquisition and exploration of mineral and precious metals properties. The Company controls a 100% interest in the Springpole Gold - Horseshoe Island Gold, Platinum, Palladium Project and Favourable Lake Poly-metallic property currently under option to Guyana Frontier Mining Corp. pursuant to an option and joint venture agreement entered into in December 2005 - all in the Red Lake Mining District of Ontario, Canada.

    Through its wholly owned U.S. subsidiary, Gold Canyon Resources USA Inc., the Company controls a 100% interest in the Cordero Gallium Project situated in Humboldt County, Nevada, U.S.A.

    Gold Canyon entered into a REE Joint Exploration Agreement with the Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) in January 2009.

    Additional information can be found on the Company's website: www.goldcanyon.ca

    Akiko Levinson, President & Director


    http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/gold-canyon-intersec…


    FANTOMAS
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    Alf14
    schrieb am 15.03.12 18:55:19
    Beitrag Nr. 306 (42.908.752)
    Es wird langsam etwas fad, wenn immer an der gleichen Stelle gebohrt wird. :rolleyes:
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    Fantomas96
    schrieb am 15.03.12 20:16:18
    Beitrag Nr. 307 (42.909.321)
    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.908.752 von Alf14 am 15.03.12 18:55:19NI 43-101 konformes Bohren zur Ressourcen-Bestimmung verlangt geringe Bohrabstände von z.T. nur 25m.
    FANTOMAS
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    DerRohstoffbulle
    schrieb am 16.03.12 01:53:40
    Beitrag Nr. 308 (42.910.791)
    alf, was bezweckst du eigentlich mit deinen postings?

    zu GORO ist alles gesagt. meines erachtens nur eine frage der zeit, bis die diese luftnummer platzt.
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    Alf14
    schrieb am 16.03.12 02:05:10
    Beitrag Nr. 309 (42.910.797)
    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.909.321 von Fantomas96 am 15.03.12 20:16:18Fantomas, wenn Du meinst, daß das jetzt Priorität hat, dann wird es wohl so sein...

    Rohstoffbulle,
    was ich bezwecke?
    Ganz einfach: etwas mehr Ausgewogenheit in die Jubelpartie reinzubringen.
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    Fantomas96
    schrieb am 16.03.12 08:59:01
    Beitrag Nr. 310 (42.911.465)
    Zitat von Alf14Fantomas, wenn Du meinst, daß das jetzt Priorität hat, dann wird es wohl so sein...


    Also Alf (oder sollte ich besser Schill sagen?), ich verstehe Deine Aussage nicht !

    Was hat das denn jetzt mit meiner Meinung zu tun ? Das ist die Firmenstrategie !

    GCU hat eine Ressourcenschätzung von 3,7 Mio. Unzen Gold herausgebracht für ein Deposit bis 360m Tiefe, wissend, dass viele Bohrlöcher in größerer Tiefe (> 360m bis 500m) in Mineralisierung geendet sind, die aber aufgrund zu großer Abstände nicht in die Kalkulation eingegangen sind.

    Du willst doch wohl jetzt nicht im Ernst behaupten, dass man mit diesem Wissen kein weiteres, ressourcen-vergrößerndes Infill-Drilling mehr machen sollte ? Das wäre doch nun wirklich wirtschaftlicher Unsinn, jetzt voll auf Exploration zu gehen, wo man mit relativ wenig Aufwand die Ressource vielleicht sogar verdoppeln kann.

    Im Übrigen verweise ich auf die Pressemitteilung vom 26.Januar 2012, die bekannt gibt, dass man mit 50.000 Metern das größte Bohrprogramm in der Firmengeschichte in 2012 starten wird (2011: 35.000 Meter), wobei ca. 80% für Infill-/Exploration um die Portage Zone (zur Resourcenvergrößerung) eingesetzt werden und 20% (das sind immerhin 10.000 Meter und damit mehr als die meisten Explorer als Gesamtprogramm im Jahr zur Verfügung haben!) für die Exploration neuer Anomalien.

    Hier der PM-Auszug:

    2012 Winter Diamond Drill Program Commences

    Drilling resumed at Springpole on January 20, 2012. Two rigs are currently drilling holes testing deeper parts of the Portage Zone from the northeast shore of Portage Bay. Additional drill rigs will begin drilling from ice once sufficient ice thickness has been built up over the target area. Unseasonably warm conditions earlier this winter have made ice build-up slower than anticipated.

    Gold Canyon has 50,000 meters of infill and exploration diamond drilling planned at Springpole in 2012. Approximately 80% of this drilling will be directed at infill and step-out holes in and around the Portage Zone with the goal of continuing to build resource. Additional drilling will test new targets identified by recent geophysical surveys conducted on the property. In particular, a Z-TEM survey, conducted in October 2011, has highlighted several new targets displaying characteristics similar to those observed at the Portage Zone.


    FANTOMAS

    P.S.: Und was soll Deine "Anti-Jubelpartie" Kampagne eigentlich bringen ?
    Wem willst Du "helfen" ? Wen vor was "beschützen" ? Hier werden doch Fakten gepostet, die jeder nachlesen kann, um sich sein eigenes Bild zu machen.
    Und es wird auch keiner zum Kauf von GCU gezwungen !