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wahrscheinlich müssen erst die verkaufzahlen kommen damit wahrgenommen wird was in Scorpio steckt.....
Sehe das wie grasgruener. Ich selber habe Scorpio Mining in meinem Depot. Wir werden warten müssen, bis Scorpio überzeugende Zahlen liefert.

Die Breite Masse der Anleger hat generell das Potenzial der Juniors noch nicht erkannt. Gute Nachrichten hatten bis anhin keinen signifkaten Einfluss. Das gleiche gilt für den höheren Silber-Preis, der meiner Meinung nach noch nicht im Aktienkurs wiederspiegelt ist.

Es ist aber meiner Ansicht nach nur eine Frage der Zeit bis der Kurs das effektive Potenzial von Scorpio Mining wiederspiegeln wird. In diesem Sinne sollte man sich durch die aktuellen Kursentwicklungen nicht irritieren lassen ....
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 34.312.483 von Silver-Spec am 16.06.08 20:51:47

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 20.331.322 von lohnsklave am 22.02.06 19:27:53


hört sich als Nick ja nicht gerade erbaulich an. Aber mit etwas Geld, Geduld und Gedanken (die drei G des Kostolany - ich füge noch Glück hinzu) - kommen wir vielleicht etwas weiter.

SPM heute mit leicht überdurchschnittlichen Umsätzen zur Abwechselung mal im Plus..

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 34.367.880 von kevin.lomax am 25.06.08 00:30:40

Uggh. Da hab ich den Browser wohl nicht richtig bedient, der Beitrag war ja uralt.

Sorry ...


Press Release Source: Standard & Poor's

[urlStandard & Poor's Initiates Factual Stock Report Coverage on Scorpio Mining Corporation]http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/080630/20080630005833.html?.v=1
Monday June 30, 9:33 am ET

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Standard & Poor’s announced today that it has commenced Factual Stock Report coverage on Scorpio Mining Corporation.

Scorpio Mining Corporation (TS:SPM) acquires, explores and develops mineral resource properties in Mexico and Canada. The company's mineral properties include Nuestra Senora in Sinaloa State, Mexico; Cochrane Hill and Caribou in Nova Scotia, Canada; and Lac Arsenault in Quebec, Canada. The most significant and Scorpio Mining's primary business focus is the Nuestra Senora property.

The Nuestra Senora Project, located east of the town of Cosala in the State of Sinaloa, Mexico, comprises four mineral exploitation claims encompassing 1,281 hectares and six mineral exploration claims encompassing 14,174 hectares. Scorpio Mining's wholly owned Mexican mining subsidiary, Minera Cosala SA de CV, holds 100% ownership of the Nuestra Senora mineral rights, with no underlying royalties or property payments.

Nuestra Senora is a poly-metallic silver-zinc-lead-copper deposit located in the Cosala Mining District in the State of Sinaloa, Mexico. The project is scheduled for commercial production in the beginning of the third quarter of 2008.

During the quarter ended March 31, 2008, Scorpio Mining continued to focus its exploration, development and construction activities on the Nuestra Senora deposit. As of March 31, 2008, the ore stockpile inventory at the mill site consisted of 79,000 tonnes.

This report will also be accessible on an ongoing basis to the investment community -- scores of buy-side institutions and sell-side firms that utilize S&P research and information platforms daily. Millions of self-directed investors also have access to the report via their e-brokerage accounts.

About Standard & Poor's Factual Stock Reports

This Standard & Poor’s service provides factual research coverage enabling information about Scorpio Mining Corporation and other securities to reach a wide investor audience of Buy and Sell-side investors, helping them understand a company’s fundamentals and business prospects. Currently profiling over 1,000 issuers, S&P Factual Stock Reports increase market awareness for issuers in the investment community with insightful commentary and key statistics/information. Updated weekly with the latest pricing, trading volume, and other data, the reports include recent developments, a financial review, key operating information, Industry and peer comparisons, institutional holdings analysis, Street Consensus and opinions, performance charts, business summary, fundamental data, and news. Because coverage of these reports is sponsored by the issuer, S&P does not offer investment opinions concerning the advisability of investing in these stocks.

Standard & Poor’s Factual Stock Reports are produced separately from any other analytic activity of Standard & Poor’s. Standard & Poor’s Factual Report research has no access to non-public information received by other units of Standard & Poor’s. Standard & Poor’s does not trade on its own account.

Note: All U.S. and Canadian Companies listed on a National Exchange (not covered by S&P’s STARS research) are eligible to obtain this coverage.

About Standard & Poor's

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Scorpio Mining Corporation:
Gilbert Comtois, 819-825-7618
Standard & Poor's:
Richard Albanese, 212-438-3647
Media Relations:
Michael Privitera, 212-438-6679
Source: Standard & Poor's

[urlStandard & Poor's Factual Stock Report Coverage on Scorpio Mining Corporation]http://mms.businesswire.com/bwapps/mediaserver/ViewMedia?mgid=141565&vid=1&download=1
Wahrscheinlich war ich etwas naiv!! Bin ursprünglich davon ausgegangen, dass SCM sich gegen den Gesamtmarkt entwickelt! (in jede Richtung!)

Vielleicht ändert sich ja etwas, wenn der Cashflow positiv wird! und die Gesellschaft auch schöne Gewinne erwirtschaftet! Sollte ja nicht mehr so lange dauern!

vg gadermayr
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 34.428.717 von gadermayr am 03.07.08 11:42:49iss schon "genial" was im Moment am Markt läuft...........

wahrscheinlich werden wir wirklich auf die ersten handfesten Zahlen warten müssen damit was passiert und wenn der Gesamtmarkt weiter so läuft geht es wahrscheinlich auch mit unseren Titeln noch ein bissl abwärts..........

Press Release Source: Scorpio Mining Corporation

[urlScorpio's Drilling on 9th Level of the Main Zone Reports 5.80 metres grading 308 g/t Silver, 11.52% Zinc, 1.73% Copper, 4.83% Lead and 0.192 g/t Gold at the Nuestra Senora Project, Sinaloa State, Mexico]http://biz.yahoo.com/cnw/080703/scorpio_mining_update.html?.v=1

Thursday July 3, 8:00 am ET

VANCOUVER, July 3 /CNW/ - Scorpio Mining Corporation (TSX:SPM - News) is pleased to announce additional underground drill results, including a wide zone of mineralization, from the 9th Level of the Nuestra Senora deposit at the 100% owned Nuestra Senora project, Sinaloa State, Mexico.

Peter J. Hawley, Chairman, CEO reports, "Hole NS9L-08-132 is another example of the robust nature of mineralization in the Nuestra Senora Main Zone and its seven satellite zones that have been discovered peripheral to the underground development. This hole targeted the center of the mineralization. The other results reported below continue to define the shape and extent of the mineralization."

The underground drill holes presented in Table 1 were drilled from the 9th Level (approximately 160 metres below surface) as part of the ongoing program to define the extent of the mineralization for mine planning and upgrading of mineral resources.

Drill hole data in Table 1 reflects down hole core lengths and actual (uncut) grades. True widths cannot be reliably estimated at this time. Further information on the Company and the Nuestra Senora project is available on the Scorpio Mining web site at: www.scorpiomining.com.

President, Mr. D. Roger Scammell, PGeo, is the Company's Qualified Person for the Nuestra Senora project. Mr. Scammell is responsible for the current exploration and development program and has reviewed the content of this release. All technical information for the Nuestra Senora property is obtained and reported under a formal quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC) program. Samples are shipped to the ALS Chemex preparation laboratory in Hermosillo, Mexico for drying, crushing and pulverizing. ALS Chemex, Hermosillo then sends the pulps by air-freight to ALS Chemex, Vancouver for assaying. Systematic assaying of standards and blanks are performed for the precision and accuracy; check assays are regularly conducted by SGS Lakefield Research. Details of the QA/QC program are available on the Company's website.


Peter J. Hawley
Chairman & CEO


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