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Cordoba Minerals - Die nächste Ivanhoe?

eröffnet am 08.03.16 11:17:13 von
BigFigure

neuester Beitrag 30.06.16 17:49:44 von
socialking


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BigFigure
08.03.16 11:17:13
Beitrag Nr. 1
Obwohl die Aktie seit letzter Woche um 60% von 0,25 auf 0,40 CA$ gestiegen ist, habe ich bisher noch keine Diskussion darüber gefunden.

Welche Meinungen habt ihr zu Cordoba Minerals?

Die Story habe ich aus dem Goldherz Report, ein neuer Newsletter aus dem Rohstoffbereich. Wird vertrieben von Sharedeals...

Robert Friedland (Gründer von Ivanhoe - verkauft an Rio Tinto) und mit der 2. Ivanhoe vornehmlich in Afrika involviert, sicherte sich in den letzten Monaten rund 45% aller ausstehenden Aktien von Cordoba Minerals.

Der Goldherz Report schreibt dazu:

"Nicht nur die Altinvestoren besitzen einen Durchschnittspreis von 1 US$, Friedland selbst kaufte in den letzten Monaten Aktien am Markt auf, hält für seine letzte Einlage, welche er zu 0,14 CA$ tätigte, Optionen im Wert von 1,5 Mio. CA$, mit Wandlungspreis von 0,20 US$. Vor drei Tagen nahm Friedland das Recht wahr und übte diese Optionen sogleich aus. Er hätte damit auch warten können, bis der Kurs deutlich über dem Wandlungspreis steht. Doch ihm ging es nicht um einen schnellen Profit, sondern um die Kontrolle der Aktien. Friedland besitzt 45% aller Aktien und das Recht, bis zu 65% am Projekt zu erhalten, sofern er bei künftigen Kapitalerhöhungen voll mitzieht." Quelle: http://www.goldherzreport.de
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Popeye82
08.03.16 12:01:40
Beitrag Nr. 2
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 51.928.491 von BigFigure am 08.03.16 11:17:13
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BigFigure
08.03.16 12:06:35
Beitrag Nr. 3
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 51.928.491 von BigFigure am 08.03.16 11:17:13Cordoba Minerals besitzt ein riesiges 26.000 Ha grosses Explorationsgebiet, welches unmittelbar an die Nickelmine von Cerro Matoso (BHP Billiton) angrenzt... Wobei es um Kupfer/Gold geht (0,6% respektive 1g/t), welches sich hochprofitabel im Tagebau fördern liesse.

Voraussetzung: Explorationsarbeiten werden abgeschlossen und die Genehmigungen erteilt.

Mit einem Robert Friedland an der Seite sehe ich da gute Chancen, dass es klappt. Da der schon viele Regierungen überzeugen konnte und schon in den 90er Jahren allein in der Mongolei sowie Myanmar unterwegs war.

Homepage von Cordoba:

http://www.cordobaminerals.com/s/Home.asp
Investorenpräsentation vom Dezember als Überblick:

http://www.cordobaminerals.com/i/pdf/Presentations/Cordoba-P…

Zum Kurs der Aktie kann ich nicht viel sagen. Unter 0,50 CA$ scheint es mir ein günstiger Einstieg zu sein. Denn warum sollte sich Friedland, der die Aktien kontrolliert, bei der nächsten Finanzierungsmassnahme selbst verwässern?

Dennoch würde ich nur in Tranchen kaufen, um dann bei Kursrückgang nachkaufen zu können.

An Kapitalerhöhungwn würde ich NICHT teilnehmen. Meistens gibt es die Aktien danach wieder günstiger.

Momentan warten alle auf den nächsten Deal / Finanzierung. So lange die Spekulationen anhalten wird der Kurs weiter steigen.

Danach wird er noch weiter angetrieben werden und nach einiger Zeit wieder fallen und dann wäre es eine 2. Möglichkeit, um wieder ein paar Aktien nachzulegen.

Alles nur eine heisse Spekulation... Aber wahnsinnig interessant.

Die Geschichte von Ivanhoe wurde 2003 so richtig angeheizt. Damals stieg die Aktie um 300%. Hier ein alter Forbes Artikel: http://www.forbes.com/forbes/2003/1124/125.html

Erst ein paar erfolgreiche Bohrungen, dann Aktien-Hype und erst danach Finanzierung und Minenaufbau sowie Verkauf an Rio Tinto, das war irgendwann 2006/07...

Wiederholt sich die Geschichte bei Cordoba noch einmal? Möglich wäre es.
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BigFigure
10.03.16 11:05:45
Beitrag Nr. 4
Vielleicht kommt der Kurs noch etwas zurück, bei der geringen Liquidität wäre das sicher möglich? Hoffentlich, dann gäbe es noch einmal eine Chance, für einen günstigen Einstieg.
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BigFigure
18.03.16 11:37:15
Beitrag Nr. 5
Kursexplosion Teil 2
Es scheint bald weiter zu gehen, mit dem phänomenalen Anstieg.

Kai Hoffmann vom Investor-Magazin ist dort auch gut informiert:

http://investor-magazin.de/1854pdac-2016-updates-zu-aurico-m…

Es stehen Bohrergebnisse an, es sollen Informationen zu geophysischen Untersuchungen veröffentlicht werden und in Zusammenarbeit mit Friedlands Gesellschaft HPX wurden weitere Ziele auf dem Projekt in Kolumbien identifiziert. Auf dem Alacran-Projekt soll zudem die historische Ressource von 37 Mio. Tonnen Kupfer mit einem Gehalt von 0,62% und 0,40 g/t Gold aktualisiert werden. Wir gehen davon aus, dass Cordoba hier auf rund 50 Mio. Tonnen zu ähnlichen Gehalten kommen könnte.

50 Millionen Tonnen wären schon eine gewaltige Nummer.

Erstaunlich, dass die Aktie in Deutschland noch immer so wenig Follower hat?!
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socialking
13.04.16 13:49:16
Beitrag Nr. 6
News 11.4

Cordoba drills 111m of 1.01% Cu, 0.38 g/t Au at Alacran



2016-04-11 07:29 ET - News Release


Mr. Mario Stifano reports

CORDOBA MINERALS CONFIRMS A SIGNIFICANT COPPER-GOLD DISCOVERY AT THE ALACRAN PROJECT WITH 111 METRES OF 1.01% COPPER AND 0.38 G/T GOLD

Drilling at the Alacran project within Cordoba Minerals Corp.'s San Matias copper gold project in Colombia has confirmed a high-grade and shallow copper-gold discovery. The initial six drill holes in the preliminary 3,000-metre diamond drilling program all contain significant intercepts of copper and gold mineralization, often from near surface. Drilling also has demonstrated similar visual copper-sulphide mineralization in an additional four holes. Drilling to date at Alacran covers 270 metres of strike length at the northern end of a 1,300-metre defined mineralized trend. The mineralized trend remains open in all directions and at depth.

Alacran drilling highlights

ASA051: 111 metres at 1.01 per cent copper and 0.38 gram per tonne gold (1.32 per cent copper equivalent (CuEq));
ACD006A: 109 metres at 0.95 per cent copper and 0.35 g/t gold (1.24 per cent CuEq);
ACD001: 108 metres at 0.94 per cent copper and 0.37 g/t gold (1.24 per cent CuEq);
ACD005: 29 metres at 2.72 per cent copper and 1.16 g/t gold (3.66 per cent CuEq);
ACD002: 80 metres at 0.75 per cent copper and 0.31 g/t gold (1.0 per cent CuEq).
Mario Stifano, president and chief executive officer of Cordoba, commented: "Our drilling at Alacran has confirmed a significant high-grade copper-gold discovery within what we believe is potentially a large and prolific copper-gold district. The geological importance of the Alacran discovery confirms our belief that the San Matias copper-gold project hosts porphyry copper-gold mineralization and high-grade replacement (or skarn-hosted) copper-gold systems. In addition, preliminary results from the proprietary Typhoon deep induced polarization technology deployed by the company's joint venture partner, High Power Exploration, indicate multiple large and potentially significant sulphide chargeability targets, indicating the potential to make a world-class discovery."

Cordoba and High Power Exploration (HPX) are jointly planning the next phase of the exploration program at the San Matias project. Current plans include an expansion of the Typhoon survey and follow-on drilling at Alacran and additional high-priority targets defined by Typhon IP and detailed airborne magnetic surveys.

Details

Alacran copper-gold system

The Alacran copper-gold system is located within the company's San Matias copper-gold project in the department of Cordoba, Colombia. The Alacran system is located on a topographic high in gently rolling topography, optimal for potential open-pit mining. Access and infrastructure are good. Alacran is approximately two kilometres southwest of the Montiel porphyry copper-gold discovery, where recent drilling interested 101 metres of 1.0 per cent copper and 0.65 g/t gold, and two kilometres northwest of the Costa Azul porphyry copper-gold discovery, where recent drilling interested 87 metres of 0.62 per cent copper and 0.51 g/t gold. The copper-gold mineralization at Alacran is associated with strata-bound replacement of a marine volcanosedimentary sequence in the core of a faulted anti-formal fold structure. The deposit comprises moderately to steeply dipping stratigraphy that is mineralized as a series of subparallel replacement-style or skarn zones and associated disseminations. The copper-gold mineralization is composed of multiple overprinting hydrothermal events with the main ore phase comprising chalcopyrite-pyrrhotite-pyrite that appears to overprint a large-scale early magnetite metasomatic event.

High-temperature potassic feldspar-biotite-amphibole-albite alteration in the host geological sequence indicates that the copper-gold mineralization is proximal to a source intrusion. At least two intrusive phases, locally occurring as sills, confirm an intrusive source for the mineralizing fluids. The overall size and complexity of the hydrothermal system indicate a significant mineralization event. Mineralization occurs within all members of the sedimentary and volcanic sequence, where it can be traced over a strike length of greater than 1,300 metres and local thickness of more than 90 metres true width from the current drilling and surface sampling.

Alacran exploration

In addition to the continuing diamond drilling program, extensive soil sampling and detailed geological mapping programs are under way to further define the extent of copper-gold mineralization at Alacran and to determine if additional mineralized zones exist. The hydrothermal alteration halo associated with the known mineralization is of kilometre-scale dimensions, indicating the potential for a substantial mineralized zone and the high probability of additional mineralized areas. A Typhoon IP and electromagnetic survey also has been completed over the northern parts of the Alacran project and data are currently being interpreted.

Typhoon

Typhoon is a proprietary deep IP technology, developed by HPX, that generates high signal-to-noise ratios enabling accurate inversions to identify prospective targets. The recently completed phase one Typhoon program at San Matias, which covered Montiel and the northern area of Alacran, will be expanded north and south of the currently surveyed areas as the trends and targets remain open. The final 3-D inversion of the Typhoon geophysical survey is being completed and will be released in the coming weeks.

About San Matias project

The newly discovered San Matias copper-gold project comprises a 20,000-hectare land package on the inferred northern extension of the richly endowed Mid Cauca belt in Colombia. The project contains several known areas of porphyry copper-gold mineralization, copper-gold skarn mineralization and vein-hosted, gold-copper mineralization. Porphyry mineralization at the San Matias project incorporates high-grade zones of copper-gold mineralization hosted by diorite porphyries containing secondary biotite alteration and various orientations of sheeted and stockwork quartz-magnetite veins with chalcopyrite and bornite. The copper-gold skarn mineralization at Alacran is associated with strata-bound replacement of a marine volcanosedimentary sequence. District-scale alteration and an abundance of mineralized showings at San Matias show similarities to other world-class Tier 1 copper-gold porphyry deposits.
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socialking
13.04.16 13:51:03
Beitrag Nr. 7
Key information from the last news release.

"Drilling also has demonstrated similar visual copper-sulphide mineralization in an additional four holes. Drilling to date at Alacran covers 270 metres of strike length at the northern end of a 1,300-metre defined mineralized trend. The mineralized trend remains open in all directions and at depth."

"Mario Stifano, President and CEO of Cordoba, commented: "Our drilling at Alacran has confirmed a significant high-grade copper-gold discovery within what we believe is potentially a large and prolific copper-gold district."

"In addition, preliminary results from the proprietary Typhoon deep Induced Polarization technology deployed by the Company's joint venture partner, High Power Exploration, indicate multiple large and potentially significant sulphide chargeability targets, indicating the potential to make a world-class discovery."
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socialking
13.04.16 13:53:21
Beitrag Nr. 8
Ein sehr guter Artikel zu Cordoba Minerals! Gestern erst veröffentlicht!
Cordoba Minerals and Friedland’s HPX advance San Matias
POSTED BY: TRISH SAYWELL APRIL 12, 2016

When Mario Stifano found himself alone in an elevator with mine finder Robert Friedland at the end of a long day of presentations at the BMO Conference, the stars just seemed to align.

“It was around 4:30 p.m. and usually the elevators at the conference are packed around that time but there he was—it was just him and I,” Stifano, the president and CEO of junior explorer Cordoba Minerals(TSXV: CDB), recalls of the chance encounter in February 2014.

“I introduced myself, told him I loved his speeches, and that I wanted to tell him about our project, where airborne surveys seemed to show some similarities with his Oyu Tolgoi project. I had thirty seconds to pitch him.”

Friedland agreed to meet Stifano at 7:30 p.m. that evening to learn more about the company’s San Matias project in northern Colombia, where drilling the year before at the Montiel prospect had returned high-grade copper-gold porphyry mineralization including a 101.10 metre intercept averaging 1.0% copper and 0.65 gram gold per tonne.

“I explained the project to him and why I thought it was special,” Stifano says. “He told me why it would be extremely difficult for Cordoba to advance it on its own, and relayed his experience at Oyu Tolgoi and how difficult it is to find these porphyries and how you need a lot of experience and lots of geophysics. He reminded me that it took him 134 holes, some of them really deep, to hit the discovery hole at Oyu Tolgoi.”

Nevertheless, Friedland was intrigued enough to dispatch the exploration team at his his privately held High Power Exploration (HPX), to take a look at the project.

“We didn’t need money at the time, but I was thinking ahead and thought it might make sense for him to look at the project because you don’t know what the future is going to hold,” Stifano says, noting that Cordoba had already raised $15 million in early 2014 from a syndicate consisting of the Bank of Montreal, Dundee, GMP Securities and Clarus Securities.

At the same time, he notes, Cordoba was signing a number of confidentiality agreements with large base metal companies. “We had almost every major mining company in the base metal space and some of the world’s largest mining companies come and look at our ground in the district,” Stifano says. “But from day one I always wanted to do a deal with Robert. There’s no better mine finder and explorer than Robert Friedland.”

Over the course of that year, Cordoba continued to find more copper-gold porphyry mineralization at San Matias. At its Costa Azul target, an 800 metre by 800 metre copper-gold soil anomaly about 2 km south of the Montiel target, results of rotary air blast drilling were released in August 2014. Intercepts included 31 metres of 0.25 gram gold and 0.61% copper; 30 metres of 0.22 gram gold and 0.70% copper; and 12 metres of 0.20 gram gold and 0.65% copper.

Stifano’s wish that Cordoba would ultimately do a deal with Friedland, however, came true in May 2015. Under a joint-venture agreement, HPX will spend $6 million for a 25% stake in the project and another $10.5 million for a 51% stake. They then have the right to carry it to feasibility.

Separately, Friedland also owns 37% of Cordoba, a lot of which he bought on the open market, through private placements and through the exercise of warrants, Stifano says.

“I wanted as part of the joint-venture deal that my partner earn into the property but at the same time I wanted them to be a shareholder of Cordoba because I wanted all of our interests aligned,” Stifano says. “That was one of my conditions and Robert agrees with that strategy and that we need to be aligned in all matters.”

Cordoba holds a 35% stake in the project and does not to need to spend additional funds until a feasibility study has been completed.

“We did this deal in the early part of 2015, when no juniors could get anything done,” Stifano continues. “I’ve always felt that great projects always get financed.”

HPX has a robust treasury to take the project forward, Stifano says. “It raised $100 million with Robert’s own personal money and some additional money from a high net worth individual,” he says. “They can spend money where they need to spend money. And Robert can raise money—it’s never been an issue for him.”

Another reason Stifano wanted to partner with HPX was because of its proprietary Typhoon technology, a deep induced polarization technology. “It’s almost like deep IP but it allows you to go 2 km below surface with significant detail and they are fantastic at doing inversions so you can do it in three dimensions,” he explains.

This week, Cordoba released drill results from its Alacran target at San Matias, about 2 km southwest of the Montiel porphyry copper-gold discovery and 2.5 km from Costa Azul. Highlights included 111 metres of 1.01% copper and 038 gram gold; 109 metres of 0.95% copper and 0.35 gram gold; and 108 metres of 0.94% copper and 0.36 gram gold.

Alacran covers 270 metres of strike length at the northern end of a 1,300 metre defined mineralized trend, which remains open in all directions and at depth.

Stifano notes that the Alacran discovery confirms his belief that San Matias hosts porphyry copper-gold mineralization and high-grade skarn-hosted copper-gold systems.

“People always ask me why HPX came into this little company called Cordoba and the answer is quite simple: The HPX team that visited the project saw a lot of similarities with Oyu Tolgoi,” Stifano says. “We think we’re in a porphyry cluster. There’s a lot of faulting that you would have seen at Oyu Tolgoi. What we see in a lot of our geophysics is that some of these intrusions are deep and big.”

“We’re not talking about 0.2% copper or 0.3% copper, we’re talking some pretty high-grade copper and this has potential, with a lot of work obviously, for us to find a world-class Tier 1 discovery,” he adds.

“Robert is probably the most aggressive explorations out there, period. This is what he does, this is what he loves. You can’t fault his track record: Voiseys Bay, Oyu Tolgoi, Kamoa, Platreef, all his projects are world-class. There is nobody better at finding world-class projects than Robert Friesland and his team, nobody.”

San Matias, about 200 km north of Medellin, is 20 km south of BHP Billitonn’s Cerro Matoso nickel mine and within 10 km of two open-pit coal mines operated by a Colombian conglomerate, and has access to road infrastructure and power.

Link: http://www.northernminer.com/news/cordoba-minerals-and-friedlands-hpx-advance-san-matias/1003772130/
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socialking
13.04.16 13:54:56
Beitrag Nr. 9
Cordoba Minerals: Rohstoffguru hält jetzt 37%

Das letzte Mal saßen wir mit CEO Mario Stifano im Rahmen des Precious Metals Summit in Beaver Creek im September persönlich zusammen. Es war also höchste Zeit für ein Update. Wir hatten Ihnen den Wert Ende Oktober abermals ans Herz gelegt und sind damit sehr gut gefahren. Aktuell liegen wir bei dem Explorer mit 158% im Plus. Ausschlaggebend für die jüngste Kursrallye war, dass Rohstoffguru und Mininglegende Robert Friedland über den Markt weitere Anteile an Cordoba gekauft hat. Er kommt nun auf einen Anteil von 37% am Unternehmen. Stifano ist sehr zufrieden damit, dass Friedland Wort hält und nicht nur auf Projektebene investiert, sondern auch der Hauptgesellschaft weiterhilft. Operativ sollte es in den nächsten Wochen bei Cordoba Schlag auf Schlag gehen.

Es stehen Bohrergebnisse an, es sollen Informationen zu geophysischen Untersuchungen veröffentlicht werden und in Zusammenarbeit mit Friedlands Gesellschaft HPX wurden weitere Ziele auf dem Projekt in Kolumbien identifiziert. Auf dem Alacran-Projekt soll zudem die historische Ressource von 37 Mio. Tonnen Kupfer mit einem Gehalt von 0,62% und 0,40 g/t Gold aktualisiert werden. Wir gehen davon aus, dass Cordoba hier auf rund 50 Mio. Tonnen zu ähnlichen Gehalten kommen könnte. Eine neue NI 43-101 konforme Ressourcenschätzung erwartet Stifano für Juli. Bei Cordoba geht es jetzt erst richtig los. Der Nachrichtenfluss der nächsten Monate ist verheißungsvoll und wer Robert Friedland kennt, weiß, dass dieser nicht kleckert. Konferenzteilnehmer haben Cordoba bereits mit Oyu Tolgoi verglichen, eine ebenfalls von Friedland entdeckte Gold-Kupfer-Mine in der Mongolei. 2015 wurden dort zwischen 175.000 und 195.000 Tonnen Kupfer und 600.000 bis 700.000 Unzen Gold produziert – eine Mega-Mine.

Quelle:

investor-magazin.de/...rdoba-minerals-und-golden-queen-mining/
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socialking
13.04.16 14:00:09
Beitrag Nr. 10
Cordoba Minerals profitiert weiter von der Zusammenarbeit mit Mininglegende Robert Friedland.Die von Friedland kontrollierte Gesellschaft HPX Technologieswird nun im Rahmen der Joint-Venture Vereinbarung mit einem Phase-1 Explorationsprogramm starten. Hierbei kann HPX einen 25%-Anteil durch die Aufwendung von 6 Mio. US-Dollar am San Matias-Projekt in Kolumbien erwerben. HPX kann insgesamt bis zu 65% am Projekt erwerben, sofern man bereit ist die Kosten bis zur Veröffentlichung einer finalen Machbarkeitsstudie zu tragen.


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