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05.09.07 18:33:23
Hallo miteinander!!

ich beobachte seit einigen Tagen die Aktie von SOLTERA MINING (WKN A0MTAL in Frankfurt oder Kürzel SLTA in USA).

Hatten in den vergangenen Wochen zwei Finanzierungen abgeschlossen über insgesamt 1 Mio. USD und neue Projekte akquiriert. Dann wurde auch noch ein neuer CEO ernannt, ein Geologe Namens Fabio Montanari.

Heute dann erneute Meldung über einen neuen Direktor, Dr. Kevan Ashworth (war mal bei BHP Billiton) aus London.


Auf der Homepage http://www.solteramining.com findet man einige Infos zu dem Unternehmen.

Interessant finde ich das neue Projekt EL TORNO in Argentinien. Habe das gleich nachgelesen und mir alleine darauf mal ein paar gekauft.

Laut Homepage liegt das 7.800 Hektar große Gebiet ganz im Nordwesten Argentiniens und als Vorbesitzer wurden Puma Minerals (die dann von BEMA(Kinross übernommen wurden) und der weltweit führende Silberproduzent PENOLES angegeben!!
PENOLES ist ein Milliardenkonzern und hatte dieses Projekt vorher, was ein gutes Zeichen für mich ist.



Hier ist der Link zu den Projektangaben:

http://www.solteramining.com/index.php?option=com_content&ta…

Chart sieht super aus. In Frankfurt manchmal bißchen Volumen und in USA regelmäßig gutes Volumen.




Was meint Ihr dazu? Gibt es noch mehr Infos??


Gruß

IIBI
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05.09.07 20:16:09
Aktuell 6,3% nach oben in den USA....hoffe auf einen guten SK. Soweit man charttechnisch was sagen kann, wäre ein Kaufsignal bei über 0,68 USD.

Gruß

IIBI
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05.09.07 20:24:47
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.401.488 von IIBI am 05.09.07 18:33:23hoffe mal das diese aktien nicht nur einzig und allein für deutschland gebacken wurde.

schau mal am rechten unteren rand der homepage :http://www.solteramining.com

da steht : Design by foreach

jetzt einfach mal draufklicken und sich die referenzen abholen :

unter anderem :

Hautarzt Praxis Dr. Speer - Dermatologist Clinic

Restaurant “Wirthaus in der Au

Munich University of Applied Sciences



wie kommt soltera mining corp zu einem solchen webdesigner.

us explorer mit liegenschften in argentinien und haben einen dienstleister der fast nur in deutschland aktiv ist !!!

ja klar!!!!
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05.09.07 23:16:57
sieht nicht danach aus, Volumen ist fast nur USA.

Super Tag heute, SK 0,70 USD mit 95k Umsatz über 11% plus!


sieht ganz gut aus!

Gruß

IIBI
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06.09.07 09:44:02
0,504 Euro auf 0,524 Euro....sieht ganz gut aus!

:D:D

IIBI
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06.09.07 12:13:12
IRW-PRESS: Soltera Mining: Soltera Mining Corp. meldet die Ernennung eines neuen Directors
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Soltera Mining Corp. meldet die Ernennung eines neuen Directors




JUJUY, ARGENTINIEN, 5. September 2007 – Das Explorationsunternehmen Soltera Mining Corp. (OTCBB:SLTA) (FRANKFURT:SN7) meldete heute, dass Dr. Kevan L. Ashworth nunmehr Mitglied des Board of Directors von Soltera Mining Corp. ist.

Dr. Ashworth, der seinen Abschluss an der University of Durham (Ph.D.) und an der Royal School of Mines in London machte, begann seine Karriere mit einer achtjÀhrigen TÀtigkeit in Australien als Geologe/leitender Geologe bei BHP. Anschließend war er Ìber 30 Jahre in der Mineralbranche aktiv: ZunÀchst als unabhÀngiger Wirtschaftsgeologe und anschließend als Berater bei Mineralexplorationen und -erschließungen im Vereinigten Königreich. Er ist zurzeit Director einer Reihe von Unternehmen, die in der Mineralexploration tÀtig sind, und fungiert als Berater von mehreren Londoner Investmentorganisationen.

Dr. Montanari, President von Soltera, sagte: "Dr. Ashworths umfangreiches Know-how und sein Hintergrundwissen in der Bergbaubranche machen ihn zu einer unschÀtzbaren VerstÀrkung fÌr das Board of Directors von Soltera."

Über Soltera Mining Corp.: Soltera ist ein Explorationsunternehmen, dessen Schwerpunkt auf der weiteren Exploration und Erschließung von seinem historischen GoldgrundstÌck El Torno in Argentinien liegt. PrimÀres Ziel von Soltera ist die Erschließung von El Torno und der Erwerb von weiteren Konzessionen, welche ein hohes Potenzial fÌr kurzfristige Erkundungen und langfristige, nachhaltige ErtrÀge aufweisen.

Abgesehen von den in dieser Pressemitteilung enthaltenen historischen Fakten werden auch vorausblickende Aussagen getÀtigt, die Risiken und Ungewissheiten beinhalten, einschließlich – jedoch nicht darauf beschrÀnkt – wirtschaftlicher, wettbewerbsbezogener, behördlicher und technologischer Faktoren, welche Auswirkungen auf den Betrieb, auf den Markt, auf die Produkte und auf die Preise des Unternehmens haben, sowie anderer Faktoren, die in den unterschiedlichen Dokumenten des Unternehmens in Zusammenhang mit Wertpapieren und Provisionen bei DevisengeschÀften behandelt werden.

Kontakt:

Fabio Montanari, Soltera Mining Corp. President/CEOUS +1 8887685552 E-Mail: info@solteramining.com

FÃŒr die Richtigkeit der Ãœbersetzung wird keine Haftung ÃŒbernommen! Bitte englische Originalmeldung beachten!



Autor: IR-World.com


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07.09.07 09:19:32
WOW was für ein Volumen gestern in den USA!!

408k und wieder knapp 6% nach oben!!

es scheinen doch einige diese historische Goldmine EL TORNO zu kennen und viel davon zu halten!

Gruß

IIBI
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07.09.07 12:16:24
nette Zusammenfassung

http://www.bbxmarketwatch.net/
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07.09.07 14:19:43
sieht gut aus!

da ist auch mal ne Karte dabei und noch mehr Angaben.

wie es aussieht ist auch noch ein altes Schachtsystem und einige Anlagen auf dem Gebiet! Klingt wirklich interessant. Das würde auch die hohen Volumina in den USA erklären!

Bist du dabei??

Gruß
IIBI
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07.09.07 15:29:00
habe mal die Karte angehaengt.

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09.09.07 14:40:31
Note From the Editor on Featured Article: Soltera Mining Corp. is a new issue to the market which boasts an impressive management team. Their flagship El Torno Property is a past producing mine located in Northern Argentina. Historically, El Torno is a large gold-rich quartz vein up to 14 km long and 14 m wide that was worked by the Incas, Jesuits and Spanish. Most recently Latin Americas leading producer of refined gold, Peñoles, re-interpreted Puma Mineral's exploration drill data and after further work Peñoles estimated (non 43-101 compliant) that a 1.3 km length of the vein would have the potential for more than 500,000 ounces of gold to a depth of 100 m and that a 2 to 2.5 km length to a depth of 400 m would have potential for more than 2 million ounces (assuming a grade of 10 g/t). The vein has more than 1,000 m of underground galleries. The vein extends north-south, is sub-vertical, and is accompanied in places by a stockwork system of small quartz and pyrite veins that can extend up to 300 m from the main vein.

Historical exploration had revealed results that are indicative of the exceptionally prospective nature of the El Torno claim which made it a highly sought after mining concession. The title holder has entered into exploration agreement with Soltera Mining Corp. and with irrevocable final option rights to purchase by Soltera makes this new opportunity to the markets an exceptional candidate for upside price valuation as Soltera executes upon its plan on such an impressive claim.



Content found herein is not investment advise see Terms of Use, Disclosure & Disclaimer

Soltera Mining Corp. (OTCBB: SLTA)

(Frankfurt Stock Exchange: SN7)


World-class technical leadership with a highly prospective claim

"Dr. Fabio Montanari, Soltera's President/CEO, is a mining professional who literally wrote the book on mining (his text books are currently used by a number of universities in their mining graduate programs) and has personally relocated from Italy to the location of Soltera's prized El Torno mining project in Argentina to ensure success and maximize shareholder value - certainly an example of leadership that will "walk the talk" and one of a host of reasons for us to take the time to familiarize ourselves with what may well be one for the books. The recent addition of Dr. Kevan L. Ashworth to Soltera's board of Directors should give cause for astute investors to pay attention as Dr. Ashworth is internationally renowned for his extensive knowledge and background in the mining industry and is currently a Director of a number of companies involved in mineral exploration, and is retained as an adviser by several London investment organizations." Article by James O'Rourke



Soltera Mining Corp. is a new issue to the markets, listed on the US OTCBB (ticker symbol SLTA) and on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (ticker symbol SN7). Soltera has come to our attention, in part, due to the highly qualified management teams success in mining and the exceptional prospective nature of Soltera's flagship El Torno project in Northern Argentina that has the earmarking of a significant gold mine.

Soltera Mining Corp. is an exploration stage company primarily focused on the exploration of its El Torno project in the province of Jujuy, Argentina. The El Torno gold prospect is a past-producing gold mine and Soltera believes that modern exploration techniques will allow for the further extraction of gold from the area.



The El Torno project is located in the Andean Cordillera in the extreme north-west of Argentina near the international border with Bolivia. The region is at altitudes around 4,000 m and the nearest permanent habitation is the village of Santa Catalina about 20 km to the east. The property consists of four mining rights covering a total area of 7,800 hectares. Soltera has an agreement with the titleholder that includes payments totalling US$350,000 to 30th June 2010 and an obligation to spend US$1 million on exploration during the first two years of the agreement. Various additional payments can be made to extend the exploration period, and Soltera has an option to acquire the mineral titles.

Historically, El Torno is a large gold-rich quartz vein up to 14 km long and 14 m wide that was worked by the Incas, Jesuits and Spanish and has more than 1,000 m of underground galleries. The vein extends north-south, is sub-vertical, and is accompanied in places by a stockwork system of small quartz and pyrite veins that can extend up to 300 m from the main vein.

The prospect was investigated by Puma Minerals in 1997 who carried out more than 2,100 m of drilling; then by Peñoles in 1999, who undertook trenching, grab sampling, geological surveying as well as a geophysical IP survey. Soltera believes results from these two former exploration programs justify further exploration of the prospect.



As the El Toro project is a past-producing mine going back centuries, the author of this article has independently investigated for the purpose of determining what type of historic results and observations serve as possible indicators and has learnt that impressive historic (non 43-101 compliant) numbers were recorded by Puma Mineral's 1997 drilling; Gold values for the main vein were between 5 g/t and 37 g/t and the stockwork system showed up to 23 g/t gold accompanied by silver in the ratio of 1:1. Subsequently Peñoles re-interpreted the Puma Minerals drill data and after further aforementioned work estimated (non 43-101 compliant) that a 1.3 km length of the vein would have the potential for more than 500,000 ounces of gold to a depth of 100 m and that a 2 to 2.5 km length to a depth of 400 m would have potential for more than 2 million ounces (assuming a grade of 10 g/t). Additionally, the current titleholder has recently (within the last year) mined parts of the upper 2 to 3 m of parts of the vein and an alluvial deposit near to the vein; the gold was recovered as particles and micro-nuggets, which suggests that gold in the vein is free rather than locked in pyrite grains. To be noted: the aforementioned are non 43-101 and are not to be relied upon for investment purposes, they merely form a basis for better understanding the prospective nature of the claim.



Infrastructure on the El Torno Project is very good as the area is accessible by road all year round, and on the property there is a gravity concentration plant, a guest-house with 6 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and four other rooms, a warehouse with two electric generators, water pumps and other facilities. Water is abundant in a nearby river.

Soltera has stated they will undertake geochemical sampling, geological mapping and geophysical surveys throughout the area in order to define precise drilling targets. Soltera plans to commence the exploration program with geochemical prospecting to evaluate the presence of mineralization along and around the complete vein, as well as in specific areas of the stockwork system. Based on results of targeted geophysical prospecting, Soltera would undertake trenching and drilling to evaluate the economics of the deposit.



Undervalued Opinion: El Torno is a large proven gold-rich quartz vein up to 14 km long and 14 m wide. With under 45M shares outstanding and this new issue trading under US$1 per share the likely upside potential is clearly evident considering the following 5 points... 1) the long history of mining on this highly sought-after claim, 2) the aforementioned historic exploration has given rise to quality indicators and opinions, 3) the fact that modern exploration techniques have not been applied to much of the claim area, 4) there appears to be good exploration potential in parts of the vein not previously intersected by drill holes or old workings (in fact - the three IP geophysical profiles carried out by Peñoles suggest the presence of a flanking structure with moderate to high chargeability that is located at depth between 50 and 125 m and has not yet been tested), 5) the calibre and dedication of management & technical leadership is second to none (see summary biographies of key management below).





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Soltera's Key Technical Leadership:

Dr. Fabio Montanari – President/CEO: As President and Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Montanari is responsible for the overall management of Soltera, and has been mandated to grow shareholder value through further exploration and development of Soltera’s recently acquired rights to explore and purchase mining claims in Argentina via its wholly owned subsidiary Incas Mineral S.A. Dr. Montanari brings to Soltera a distinguished international mining career spanning over twenty-five years. Included is senior experience spearheading advanced exploration and mining activities for a host of internationally recognized exploration and mining companies in North, Central and West Africa, South America, Europe, Canada and the United States. Dr. Montanari’s responsibilities have encompassed various mining, operations, pre-feasibility and general management positions, including business development roles at the corporate management level. Dr. Montanari holds a doctorate degree in economic geology from the University of Ferrara, Italy. Additionally, he is the author of a textbook on economic geology, which has been adopted by several major Italian universities.



Dr. Kevan L. Ashworth - Director: Dr. Ashworth's extensive knowledge and background in the mining industry makes him an extremely valuable addition to Soltera's Board of Directors. Dr. Ashworth was qualified at the University of Durham (Ph.D.) and the Royal School of Mines, London, UK, Dr. Ashworth commenced his industry career with eight years in Australia as a Geologist/Senior Geologist with BHP. This was followed by more than 30 years in the minerals industry, firstly as an independent contract economic geologist, and then as a mineral exploration and development consultant, based in the UK. He is currently a Director of a number of companies involved in mineral exploration, and is retained as an adviser by several London investment organizations.
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09.09.07 14:52:46
Gold values for the main vein were between 5 g/t and 37 g/t and the stockwork system showed up to 23 g/t gold accompanied by silver in the ratio of 1:1. Subsequently Peñoles re-interpreted the Puma Minerals drill data and after further aforementioned work estimated (non 43-101 compliant) that a 1.3 km length of the vein would have the potential for more than 500,000 ounces of gold to a depth of 100 m and that a 2 to 2.5 km length to a depth of 400 m would have potential for more than 2 million ounces (assuming a grade of 10 g/t).

mehr als 2 Mio. Unzen Gold!!! Gold Silber Ratio 1:1 das wuerde nochmal 110 Mio Unzen Silber machen! :eek:
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09.09.07 15:09:34
Das wuerde dann so etwa 2,8 MRD Dollar im Boden machen! Nicht schlecht!:)


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10.09.07 09:33:00
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.487.710 von Pitschmitz am 09.09.07 14:52:46Moin,

das klingt echt super, vorallem gefallen mir die grades, super abbaubar!!

Das Ding wird immer besser!

Gruß
IIBI
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10.09.07 14:37:47
Nach langer Zeit scheint das mal wieder ein Unternehmen zu sein, wo sich die Investition auszahlen könnte. Die Daten klingen auf jedenfall vielversprechend. Seit ihrer Listung in Frankfurt haben sie ausserdem eine gute Entwicklung genommen.
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10.09.07 14:39:33
Nach den schlechten Monaten auf jeden Fall ein Unternehmen, bei dem sich ein "Neustart" definitiv lohnt und das Vertrauen auszahlen wird. Ich bin auf jeden Fall dabei!!:laugh:
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10.09.07 15:19:24
sieht echt ganz gut aus.

wenn die 2 mio unzen Gold realistisch sind, haben wir noch einen guten Weg vor uns!
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10.09.07 17:25:48
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.501.420 von IIBI am 10.09.07 15:19:24Stimme ich Dir zu, scheint ein vielversprechendes und riesiges Potential zu haben.
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10.09.07 17:47:54
Habe mal ein bisschen Research zu Argentinien betrieben und dabei ist mir klar geworden, warum Soltera in Argentinien investiert. Nach einer genaueren Betrachtungsweise kirstalisiert sich heraus, dass folgende Gründe dafür sprechen:

1. signifikantes geologisches Potential

2. ein gefestigtes und eindeutiges Rechtssystem

3. gute Erreichbarkeit der Produktionsstellend der Resourcen, d.h. gute vorhandene Infrastruktur

4. Big Player sind bereits seit längerem präsent

5. Moderne und effiziente "Mining" Behörden
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10.09.07 23:01:25
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.505.650 von Edelmetalltom am 10.09.07 17:47:54Schade, hatte heute eigentlich auf einen Rücksetzer bei Soltera gehofft (wenigstens mal 10%) um noch ein paar Stückchen dazu zu kaufen.

Aber SK wieder 0,70 USD, Umsatz ca 64.000 Stück.

Naja entweder ich schau noch einen Tag zu oder ich kaufe gleich noch mal ein bißchen dazu.

Wann bist du rein?

Gr

IIBI
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11.09.07 11:49:26
Heute auch in Frankfurt und Stuttgart kleines Kaufvolumen bei SLTA. Also wenn ich heute in USA noch welche für 0,70 USD bekomme, kaufe ich....werde zu ungeduldig.

Gruß
IIBI
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11.09.07 14:31:53
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11.09.07 23:12:58
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.527.544 von Pitschmitz am 11.09.07 14:31:53Danke, bin heute nochmal mit 0,68 USD zu Zug gekommen.

bißchen was fehlt mir noch, werde ich die nächsten Tag noch erledigen.

Gruß
IIBI
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11.09.07 23:33:23
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.540.214 von IIBI am 11.09.07 23:12:58Hi,

freut mich für Dich, hast ja nochmal Glück gehabt. Habe es heute leider nicht gepackt, aber hoffe mal, morgen noch mal zuschlagen zu können.

Viel Erfolg, ich glaube wir sind da auf einen Frosch gestoßen der sich nach unseren Küßen zu einem Prinzen entwickelt :laugh:.
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12.09.07 08:38:44
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.540.400 von Edelmetalltom am 11.09.07 23:33:23Schau mer mal!

solange in USA immer munter gekauft wird sehe ich das alles sehr positiv!

Gruß
IIBI
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12.09.07 10:18:14
10k bei 0,50 Euro, jetzt zieht Geld an!
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12.09.07 13:30:51
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.541.784 von IIBI am 12.09.07 08:38:44Hi IIBI,

gebe ich Dir vollkomen Recht. Bin mal gespannt auf die Entwicklung von Deutschland am Ende des Tages. Sieht ja heute gar nicht so schlecht aus.

Gruße

Edelmetalltom
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12.09.07 13:34:09
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.545.296 von Edelmetalltom am 12.09.07 13:30:51ja, ein paar Umsätzchen sind schon drauf, aber Hauptplatz ist USA und da sind Tage mit mehreren 100k drin!

Gruß
IIBI
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12.09.07 14:17:05
Das hoffe ich mal, könnte gut drin sein. USA ist einfach das Steckenpferd!!!
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12.09.07 17:54:33
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.545.341 von IIBI am 12.09.07 13:34:09Hi IIBI,

scheinst ja ueberzeugt sein. Nenn mir mal bitte ein paar Kaufgruende warum ich zuschlagen sollte.

Danke
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12.09.07 18:00:08
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.549.731 von van_dyk78 am 12.09.07 17:54:33Hi, ja finde die Aktie gut.

Kaufgrund ist klar das Projekt EL TORNO!

laut den vorhandenen Infos Potenzial zwischen 500.000 und 2 Mio Unzen Gold und das reicht mir für einen Kauf.

Chart sieht gut aus und in USA oft sehr gutes Volumen!

Dann wurde auch schon Geld (1 Mio. US) eingesammelt was das teilw. nicht so gute OTCBB Flavour in positivem Licht erscheinen lässt!


also das sind so meine Gründe!

Gruß
IIBI
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12.09.07 18:28:11
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.549.808 von IIBI am 12.09.07 18:00:08danke,

kann ich schon nachvollziehen. meinst du ein wert der uns endlich mal wieder ein schoenes investorleben bringen kann nach dem tal der traenen?
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12.09.07 18:50:07
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.550.252 von van_dyk78 am 12.09.07 18:28:11Denke ich schon....hab einige Stunden gegoogelt und einige alte Berichte über El Torno gefunden.

Einige sehr gute Ergebnisse vorhanden, die auf ein sehr großes deposit schließen lassen.

Zudem zeigt die Aktie eine rel. Stärke zum Markt und ich denke die Story fängt erst an. Bislang noch keine größeren Investoren dabei und auch noch keine Werbung für den Titel.

Gruß
IIBI
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12.09.07 19:01:14
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.550.569 von IIBI am 12.09.07 18:50:07Danke Dir, werde mal mein Augenmerk darauf legen. Bin mal gespannt!
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12.09.07 19:08:48
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.550.701 von van_dyk78 am 12.09.07 19:01:14mach mal! ist jetzt eh noch ruhig bei dem Wert!

Gr

IIBI
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12.09.07 20:10:40
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.550.804 von IIBI am 12.09.07 19:08:48Hi IIBI,

scheint noch jemand wach geworden zu sein. Ich denke mal, langsam aber sicher wird auch das Interesse an Soltera Deutschland erreichen. Ich habe heute nochmal zugeschlagen.

Weiter so,

Gruß
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13.09.07 10:57:28
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.551.771 von Edelmetalltom am 12.09.07 20:10:40Moin Moin Sportsfreunde,

na gibts was neues?? gestern unverändert in USA...

Hat wer noch was gefunden?

Gruß
IIBI
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13.09.07 14:05:14
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.557.472 von IIBI am 13.09.07 10:57:28Hallo IIBI,

im Moment nichts gefunden, aber das kommt mit der Zeit.

Heute kleine Kursschwankungen, wie immer ganz normal, bin mal gespannt wieder auf USA.

Gruß
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13.09.07 14:32:16
Ist schon interessant, dass das Interesse an Soltera noch nicht so geweckt ist. Wird aber wohl in den nächsten Wochen geschehen. Neben dem El Torno Projekt macht für mich auch das Vertrauen in das Unternehmen das starke Management Team aus. Im Gegensatz zu vielen anderen Unternehmen ragt es durch Erfahrung und Seriösität hervor.
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13.09.07 14:51:51
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.560.248 von Edelmetalltom am 13.09.07 14:32:16schau mer mal, denke ein Durchbruch der 0,70 USD Marke würde kurzfristig weiteres Aufwärtspotential ergeben. Technisch sieht die Aktie gut aus und mit dem Projekt scheinen sie richtig zu liegen!

Gruß
IIBI
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13.09.07 15:03:24
jetzt ging mal was in EDF, 30k bei 0,50 über die Theke!
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13.09.07 16:10:04
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.560.759 von IIBI am 13.09.07 15:03:24Sehr gut, tut sich doch noch etwas heute. Auf geht's:laugh:
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13.09.07 16:17:34
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.561.866 von Edelmetalltom am 13.09.07 16:10:04schon 50k in EDF, RESPEKT
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13.09.07 18:42:52
Hallo Jungens,

war ja anscheinend ein netter Tag, aber kann noch besser werden. Vermutete eine moegliche spaetere WErbung wird noch mal einen Schub nach vorne geben!

Gruss
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13.09.07 18:51:27
Denke ist auf jeden Fall noch mal ein guter Zeitpunkt um nachzukaufen. Hoffe mal dass es morgen klappt.
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14.09.07 08:58:31
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.564.465 von van_dyk78 am 13.09.07 18:51:27

Moin Van Bommel! :laugh:

na dann hau mal rein, hab zweimal gekauft bis jetzt.

Gruß
IIBI
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14.09.07 10:44:48
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.568.990 von IIBI am 14.09.07 08:58:31eben auf der HL vom Goldreport!

man soll heute noch unbedingt rein in soltera!
montag soll das ding bei 70 cent stehen!
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14.09.07 13:42:34
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.570.276 von StrangePhenomena am 14.09.07 10:44:48Das würde ich Dir auf jeden Fall empfehlen. Jetzt ist noch die Möglichkeit da, von den kommenden aussichtsreichen WOchen zu profitieren. Gehörst dann mit zu den ersten!!!
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14.09.07 13:44:03
Wochenendendspurt. Jetzt kann nochmal gut zugeschlagen werden. Bald ist es zu spät!!! Auf geht es!!
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14.09.07 15:04:41
Dann ist man hier wohl doch richtig ...


Alarmstufe Rot

Die Krise am US-Hypothekenmarkt erfasst nun auch Großbritannien mit voller
Wucht. Mit Northern Rock ist einer der größten Baufinanzierer des Landes in
derartige Bedrängnis geraten, dass die Bank of England erstmals seit Jahrzehnten mit einem Notfall-Kredit einspringen musste.

Wie ernst die Lage ist zeigt dass selbst der britische Finanzminister Darling versuchte die nervösen Anleger und Sparer und beruhigen. Mit wenig Erfolg. Vor mehreren
Northern Rock Filialen bildeten sich lange Schlangen weil besorgte Anleger panikartig ihr Geld abheben wollen.

Bitte sorgen Sie UNBEDINGT vor mit dem Kauf und Silber und Gold denn weitere Schieflagen und Pleiten im Bankensektor werden folgen und ab einem gewissen
Punkt springt niemand mehr ein und ein gewaltiger Run auf die Banken beginnt, was die sofortige Zahlungsunfähigkeit der meisten Banken zur Folge haben wird,
denn diese halten nur einen Bruchteil der Anlagegelder in Bar vor. Den Großteil
der Anlagegelder haben die Banken weltweit irgendwo angelegt.

Schlangen vor Banken wird es auch bald in Deutschland geben wenn Anleger
panikartig versuchen ihr Geld zu retten. Papiergeld hat nur solange einen Wert,
solange die Masse darin vertraut. Schwindet das Vertrauen, dann ist Papiergeld sofort wertlos. Gold und Silber sind dagegen immer Geld, nicht beliebig vermehrbar und im Gegensatz zu allen bisherigen Papierwährungen noch nie wertlos verfallen.
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14.09.07 15:13:33
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.573.437 von StrangePhenomena am 14.09.07 15:04:41Sehr interessant, wo hast Du das her? Quelle?
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14.09.07 15:15:46
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.573.557 von Edelmetalltom am 14.09.07 15:13:33Gewinner Depot -
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14.09.07 16:44:16
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.568.990 von IIBI am 14.09.07 08:58:31Goden dag,

habe heute auch noch mal zugelegt. bin mal gespannt wie die naechste woche wird. schoenes wochenende.

gruss
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14.09.07 17:14:40
Zeit aufzuwachen Deutschland, wird ein heisser Herbst!!!:laugh:
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15.09.07 15:05:27
naja SK ja ganz ordentlich!
gibt es meinungen für kommende woche?
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16.09.07 00:51:21
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16.09.07 12:15:13
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.587.047 von StrangePhenomena am 15.09.07 15:05:27Du bist der beste Kontraindikator den ich bsher bei WO erlebt habe.
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16.09.07 18:20:27
Die Entwicklung von Soltera sollte sehr interessant werden.
Sobald die 2 Mio, Unzen bestaetigt werden, koennten einige Gorsskonzerne das Teil wegschnappen. El Torno hat das Potential, das die Big Boys suchen. Das Management verfuegt ueber die richtigen Kontakte. Ashworth wird Kohle aus London bringen und dann
wird El Torno zur wahren Goldgrube!
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16.09.07 21:56:27
:look:
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16.09.07 22:03:15
@fwinter

hier der link

http://www.bbxmarketwatch.net/
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17.09.07 06:17:41
bin mal gespannt was diese woche bringt, scheint langsam ins laufen zu kommen. mut und weitsicht muessen sich ja zwangsläufig auszahlen.
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17.09.07 09:16:17
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.627.510 von Edelmetalltom am 17.09.07 06:17:41Moinsen!

auf eine grüne Woche!!

Gruß
IIBI
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17.09.07 09:53:23
SOLTERA MINING –
Mit 2 Millionen Unzen Gold vor Kursverdopplung

Nachdem sich unsere beiden letzten Empfehlungen EMED MINING (A0EQ1D) und PEDIMENT EXPLORATION (A0DJ74) hervorragend entwickelt haben und binnen weniger Monate deutliche Pluszeichen von 50% bis 100% vorweisen können, möchten wir Ihnen heute einen neuen Wert vorstellen, welchem wir ebenfalls ein deutliches Kurspotenzial zusprechen.

Wie auch bei den vergangenen Empfehlungen handelt es sich bei unserer Neuvorstellung um ein Unternehmen, welches über ein besonders herausragendes Hauptprojekt verfügt und unserer Meinung nach und auch der Meinung von führenden weltweiten Rohstoffkonzernen, das Potenzial zum Company-Maker besitzt.

SOLTERA MINING (Frankfurt, WKN A0MTAL, USA: SLTA) ist eine noch sehr junge Explorationsgesellschaft mit Hauptsitz in Kanada. Neben einem herausragenden Hauptprojekt konnte in den vergangenen Wochen auch ein erfahrenes Managementteam zusammengestellt werden, das die Führung des Unternehmens neu ausrichtet.

Der ausschlaggebende Punkt, warum wir auf SOLTERA MINING aufmerksam geworden sind, ist das neu akquirierte Hauptprojekt des Unternehmens. Durch eine Gesamtübernahme von INCAS MINERALS wurde die historische Goldmine EL TORNO in der argentinischen Provinz Jujuy akquiriert.

Jujuy ist die nördlichste Provinz Argentiniens und die EL TORNO Mine liegt am nordwestlichen Rand von Jujuy, nahe an der Grenze zu Bolivien. Die nächste größere Stadt ist Santa Catalina, die sich etwa 20 Kilometer östlich des Projektes befindet.



Die Vorgeschichte von EL TORNO

EL TORNO ist eine Goldmine, in der bereits Jahrzehnte zuvor mit einfachsten Mitteln Gold abgebaut wurde. Das Hauptvorkommen ist eine 14 Kilometer lange und bis zu 14 Meter breite goldreiche Hauptader auf dem Gebiet. Durch die historische Goldförderung der Inkas sind noch mehr als 1.000 Meter an alten unterirdischen Minenschächten vorhanden.

Das gesamte Gebiet besteht aus vier zusammenhängenden Abbaulizenzen, die eine Gesamtfläche von 7.800 Hektar umfassen. Besonders herauszuheben ist die vorhandene Infrastruktur auf und rund um EL TORNO. Die Mine ist ganzjährig über eine Straße erreichbar und Santa Catalina liegt nur ca. 20 Kilometer vom Projekt entfernt. Auf dem Gebiet sind unter anderem eine Verarbeitungsanlage zur Gesteinssortierung und ein Gästehaus mit sechs Schlafzimmern, zwei Badezimmern und vier weiteren Räumen vorhanden. Dieses Gästehaus eignet sich zur Unterbringung des Explorationsteams und erspart kosten- und zeitaufwendige Arbeiten, um ein Explorationscamp zu errichten. Außerdem gibt es noch ein Lagerhaus mit zwei Elektrogeneratoren und einer Wasserpumpe, die am nahe gelegenen Fluss angeschlossen werden kann.

Nach dem jahrelangen einfachen Goldabbau auf EL TORNO hat das kanadische Explorationsunternehmen PUMA MINERALS die Eigentumsrechte erworben. Neben einem umfangreichen Probensammlungsprogramm zur Identifizierung der interessantesten Gebiete wurde in 1997 auch ein anschließendes Bohrprogramm mit über 2.000 Bohrmetern durchgeführt. In diesem 16 Bohrlöcher umfassendem Programm wurden Zonen außerhalb der bekannten hochgradigen goldreichen Hauptader getestet und auch in diesen weiter abgelegenen Zonen wurden Goldmineralisierungen festgestellt. Die Gehalte erreichten Werte von 0,65 g/t Gold über 56 Meter bis 3,38 g/t Gold über einen Abschnitt von 8 Metern. Für PUMA MINERALS war damals schon klar, dass EL TORNO eine große Goldlagerstätte ist und hatte das Projekt als Hauptfokus! Nachdem BEMA GOLD im Jahre 1998 die kontrollierende Mehrheit an PUMA MINERALS übernommen hat, wurde das Projekt im Zuge der Umstrukturierung zwangsweise abgegeben.

Neuer Besitzer wurde anschließend kein geringerer als INDUSTRIA PENOLES (www.penoles.com.mx), dem weltweit führenden Anbieter von raffiniertem Silber! PENOLES führte ein umfangreiches Explorationsprogramm zwischen August und Dezember 1999 durch. Nach Auswertung der durchgeführten Probesammlungen und einem detaillierten IP-Survey zeigte sich das überdurchschnittliche Potenzial von EL TORNO.

Es wurden Goldgehalte in der Hauptader zwischen 5 g/t und 37 g/t festgestellt und das Unternehmen schätzte das Potential eines ersten Teilabschnittes mit der Länge von 1,3 Kilometer und einer Tiefe von 100 Metern bereits auf mindestens 500.000 Unzen Gold!

Aufgrund der positiven Phase I des Explorationsprogramms leitete PENOLES die nächste Stufe ein und mit Hilfe von aeromagnetischen Untersuchungen wurden nur ein Kilometer nördlich des alten Abbaugebietes weitere potentielle Goldlagerstätten entdeckt. PENOLES lies von einem Geologen einen Bericht über das Gesamtpotential der Liegenschaft erstellen, der sowohl die Explorationsarbeiten vom Vorbesitzer PUMA MINERALS als auch die eigenen umfasste.

In diesem Bericht schätzt der Geologe, die Ausdehnung der goldreichen Hauptader auf 2 Kilometer Länge und einer Tiefe bis zu 400 Meter. Gemäß diesem Bericht ging PENOLES unter Einbeziehung der bisher vorliegenden Daten von einem Gesamtpotential von mindestens 2 Millionen Unzen Gold aus! Die prognostizierten durchschnittlichen Goldgehalte mit 5 – 10 g/t klingen ebenfalls äußerst viel versprechend und würden wirtschaftlich hochprofitabel abbaubar sein!


SOLTERA MINING –

Das Gold ist schon da, die Frage ist nur: WIEVIEL?

Nachdem sich PENOLES aus dem Explorationsbereich gänzlich zurückgezogen hatte und sich auf die Raffinerien im Rohstoffsektor spezialisiert hatte, lag dieses „Goldstück“ für viele Jahre brach und unentdeckt.

Heute, knapp 9 Jahre später und bei einem deutlich gestiegenen Goldpreis, gelang es SOLTERA MINING dieses Projekt zu akquirieren. Die bereits durchgeführten Arbeiten auf dem Gebiet und die umfangreich vorhandenen Explorationsergebnisse bieten klare Vorteile gegenüber vielen anderen Explorationsunternehmen.

Das Gold ist schon da, SOLTERA MINING hat jetzt die dankbare Aufgabe die genaue Größe des Vorkommens zu bestimmen. Dies soll auch bei den Explorationsarbeiten in den nächsten Monaten die entscheidende Rolle spielen. Zur Leitung von SOLTERA MINING wurde der aus Italien stammende Geologe Dr. Fabio Montanari bestellt. Dr. Montanari ist seit 25 Jahren erfolgreich als Geologe für weltweite Rohstoffunternehmen am Markt tätig und seine Expertise in Südamerika wird bei der Entwicklung von SOLTERA MINING ganz entscheidend sein.

3-Monats-Chart SOLTERA MINING in USD:




Fazit und Bewertung:

Die wichtigste Voraussetzung für eine positive Investmententscheidung bei der Auswahl von Explorationsunternehmen ist das Hauptprojekt des Unternehmens. Hier müssen grundsätzlich die folgenden Fragen gestellt werden:

1. Hat das Explorationsunternehmen die Chance,
den gewünschten Rohstoff zu finden?

2. Besitzt das entdeckte Vorkommen eine lukrative Größe?

3. Würde sich ein Abbau aufgrund der Größe und der Gehalte rechnen?


Bei SOLTERA MINING lassen sich aufgrund der vorliegenden historischen Explorationsresultate von PUMA MINERALS und INDUSTRIAS PENOLES alle diese Fragen klar mit JA beantworten.

Dies ist auch der Grund, warum wir diese noch junge Aktie als klaren Kauf einstufen und ein deutliches Kurspotential von über 100% vom aktuellen Niveau weg sehen. Wir raten zum spekulativen Kauf und sehen ein Kursziel auf die nächsten 6 Monate von 1,50 USD bzw. 1,10 Euro.
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17.09.07 10:02:18
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.628.300 von Pitschmitz am 17.09.07 09:53:23Häää?? klingt gut, woher ist das??
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17.09.07 10:38:24
kam vom Goldreport
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17.09.07 10:44:07
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.628.698 von Pitschmitz am 17.09.07 10:38:24http://www.wallstreet-online.de/adserver/code.php?bid=12678

habs gefunden!

das klingt aber sehr gut, vorallem das gefällt mir:

In diesem 16 Bohrlöcher umfassendem Programm wurden Zonen außerhalb der bekannten hochgradigen goldreichen Hauptader getestet und auch in diesen weiter abgelegenen Zonen wurden Goldmineralisierungen festgestellt. Die Gehalte erreichten Werte von 0,65 g/t Gold über 56 Meter bis 3,38 g/t Gold über einen Abschnitt von 8 Metern.

Also neben dem Hauptgebiet noch weiteres Gold nebenan!

Es wurden Goldgehalte in der Hauptader zwischen 5 g/t und 37 g/t festgestellt und das Unternehmen schätzte das Potential eines ersten Teilabschnittes mit der Länge von 1,3 Kilometer und einer Tiefe von 100 Metern bereits auf mindestens 500.000 Unzen Gold!

Aufgrund der positiven Phase I des Explorationsprogramms leitete PENOLES die nächste Stufe ein und mit Hilfe von aeromagnetischen Untersuchungen wurden nur ein Kilometer nördlich des alten Abbaugebietes weitere potentielle Goldlagerstätten entdeckt. PENOLES lies von einem Geologen einen Bericht über das Gesamtpotential der Liegenschaft erstellen, der sowohl die Explorationsarbeiten vom Vorbesitzer PUMA MINERALS als auch die eigenen umfasste.

In diesem Bericht schätzt der Geologe, die Ausdehnung der goldreichen Hauptader auf 2 Kilometer Länge und einer Tiefe bis zu 400 Meter. Gemäß diesem Bericht ging PENOLES unter Einbeziehung der bisher vorliegenden Daten von einem Gesamtpotential von mindestens 2 Millionen Unzen Gold aus! Die prognostizierten durchschnittlichen Goldgehalte mit 5 – 10 g/t klingen ebenfalls äußerst viel versprechend und würden wirtschaftlich hochprofitabel abbaubar sein!



na dann kann es ja losgehen!

Gruß
IIBI
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17.09.07 11:15:28
Interessanter Link : 10 Reasons to Invest in Argentina!

Lesenswert!


http://www.solteramining.com/index.php?option=com_content&ta…
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17.09.07 11:58:43
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.629.090 von Pitschmitz am 17.09.07 11:15:28wäre gut, wenn wir heute in USA die 0,70 USD knacken würden!

dann denke ich könnte es schnell Richtung 0,80 bis 0,85 USD laufen.

Chart sieht schonmal gut aus:

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17.09.07 13:24:17
Der Goldpreis wird uns auf jeden Fall helfen. Sollte nur eine Frage der Zeit sein, bis wir die 70 cent durchbrechen.
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17.09.07 14:09:33
Vorsicht Vorsicht Vorsicht


Die bezahlten Börsenschreiber sind unterwegst
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17.09.07 14:28:39
:confused:

Kann mich nicht beklagen, habe mit EMED und PEZ ne Menge Geld verdient!

Gruß
IIBI:laugh::laugh:
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17.09.07 15:16:24
Hier der direkte Link zu "10 reasons to invest in Argentina". Kann man direkt auch die Seite der Verfasser!

;)

http://www.argentina.org.au/10%20reasons%20to%20invest%20in%…
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17.09.07 15:22:08
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.631.451 von IIBI am 17.09.07 14:28:39Hi,

wir gehen weiter den Weg mit diesem Unternehmen nach oben. Wir dürfen uns nicht von den engativen Energien erfassen lassen. Bis jetzt ist ja die Entwicklung positiv, ich weiss, dass wir richtig liegen.

Gruß
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17.09.07 16:53:06
Lesezeichen.
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17.09.07 17:13:29
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.633.625 von Popeye82 am 17.09.07 16:53:06???

in USA alle Trades bei 0,70 USD....wäre schön wenn wir die knacken würden!

Gruß

IIBI
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17.09.07 17:23:33
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.633.933 von IIBI am 17.09.07 17:13:29was ich nicht verstehen - alles käufe aus dem ASK - gerade 20k und keine Kursveränderung...

oder habe ich den falschen Live-Chart?
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17.09.07 17:24:46
und das ASK steht mit 2500 immer fix ....

komisches ding ....
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17.09.07 17:30:12
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.633.933 von IIBI am 17.09.07 17:13:29Früher oder später wird das auf jeden Fall passieren. Durchhalten und wir werden belohnt!
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17.09.07 17:48:35
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.634.088 von StrangePhenomena am 17.09.07 17:24:46warten wir mal ab, der Tag ist noch lang in USA!

hoffe schon diese Woche auf Kurse über 0,75 USD bis 0,85 USD.

Gruß
IIBI
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17.09.07 22:28:01
SK 0,69 USD
0,69 auf 0,70 USD

nicht schlecht in dem lustlosen Markt, warten wir auf morgen!

Gruß
IIBI
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18.09.07 09:36:40
Moinsen!
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18.09.07 10:17:36
07/02
Mit Soltera Mining in die Goldhausse!


Die Turbulenzen der letzten Wochen in der amerikanischen Wirtschaft sowie der Anstieg des Goldpreises über 700 USD haben gezeigt, dass wir uns in einem neuen Goldenen Zeitalter befinden. Die Edelmetalle Gold und Silber rücken verstärkt in das Interesse der Anleger, da man im Edelmetallsektor den sicheren Hafen für stürmische Zeiten sieht.
Die Umschichtung großer Anlagesummen in Richtung Edelmetalle findet im Moment vermehrt statt, da die Anleger versuchen, ihre Kaufkraft vor steigender Inflation und Dollarabwertung zu schützen. Hier spielen besonders Anlagen in Gold eine Rolle. Neben konservativen Investitionen in Gold in physischer Form bieten besonders hochqualitative Juniorminenunternehmen dem spekulativ eingestellten Anleger attraktive Einstiegskurse. Eine attraktive Anlagemöglichkeit haben wir ihnen schon letzte Woche vorgestellt. Aufgrund der aktuellen Höhenflüge des Goldpreises und des ausgezeichneten Chartbildes präsentieren wir Ihnen heute wiederholt die SOLTERA MINING Corporation (WKN: A0MTAL / ISIN: US83437G1031) mit ihrem argentinischen Vorzeigeprojekt, der El Torno Mine.


Soltera Mining mit der El Torno-Mine zum Erfolg!

SOLTERA MINING ist ein kanadisches Juniorminenunternehmen, dessen Flaggschiff die El Torno-Mine im Norden Argentiniens ist. Das El Torno-Projekt gehört zu den aussichtsreichsten Goldprojekten Südamerikas. Das Potenzial des Projektes liegt bei über 2 Mio. Unzen Gold, was das Projekt zu einem perfekten Übernahmeziel macht. Die Tatsache, dass Großkonzerne, wie z.B. Penoles auf dem Projekt tätig waren und dessen Potenzial in verschiedenen Analysen bestätigten, zeigt, dass Soltera Mining mit El Torno über ein außergewöhnliches Minenprojekt verfügt. Die El Torno Mine besitzt eine weit in die Vergangenheit reichende Geschichte, so dass Tunnel mit der Gesamtlänge von ungefähr einem Kilometer vorhanden sind. Die Tatsache, dass die etwa 14 Kilometer lange goldhaltige Ader in der Nähe der Oberfläche verläuft, macht einen Übertageabbau möglich. Dadurch reduzieren sich die Abbaukosten extrem.
Mit Dr. Fabio Montanari und Dr. Kevan Ashworth verfügt SOLTERA MINING über ein extrem erfahrenes Managementteam. Beide verfügen über das notwendige Know-how und die nötigen Kontakte, um die El Torno Mine weiter zu entwickeln und SOLTERA MINING durch eine aggressive Expansionsstrategie zu einem der führenden Junior-Explorer in Südamerika auszubauen.

Außer des fähigen Managements gibt es aber noch andere Gründe, in einen argentinischen Junior-Explorer zu investieren:

1. Die Wahrscheinlichkeit mineralischer Vorkommen in Argentinien ist so hoch, wie kaum sonst auf der Welt. Unter den insgesamt 193 Staaten, die von der UNO anerkannt sind, rangiert Argentinien hinsichtlich der Ressourcen auf Platz 6 (hinter China, Peru, den Phillippinen, Brasilien und Chile). Und von den wahrscheinlichen Vorkommen sind 75% noch nicht einmal untersucht!

2. Die argentinische Regierung gibt sich jede nur erdenkliche Mühe, ein investitionsfreundliches Klima zu schaffen. Doppelte steuerliche Absetzbarkeit von Explorationskosten zählen genauso dazu wie der Wegfall der Mehrwertsteuer für Minenunternehmen und Lockerungen von Auflagen im zuvor staatlich kontrollierten Minensektor. Desweiteren wurde die Finanzpolitik umgestellt, die nun vermehrt auf die Besteuerung von Ergebnissen (Profiten) abzielt und sich damit von der Besteuerung fester Werte und Gegenstände wegbewegt.

3. Durch diese sehr investorenfreundliche, fiskalische Politik arbeiten argentinische Minenunternehmen derzeit außergewöhnlich profitabel.

Wir vermuten, dass es bei der Soltera Mining Corporation in den nächsten Monaten zu weiteren Akquisitionen kommt. Als Kursziel erwarten wir daher bis zum Ende des Jahres 1,00 Euro!
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18.09.07 10:28:20
@ iibi: Moin, bin mal auf den Tag gespannt. Glbuabe fest daran wir sind auf dem richtigen Weg.

@ pitschmitz: moin, welche Quelle?
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18.09.07 12:41:15
Ein ruhiger Tag zum durchatmen, tut mal ganz gut!! :laugh:
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18.09.07 15:07:36
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.642.516 von Edelmetalltom am 18.09.07 12:41:15Jupp nix los...jeder warten auf Ben und seine heilenden Worte um 20.15 UHR!

Gruß
IIBI
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18.09.07 15:57:45
nix los!?! ist wohl zu viel gesagt.
das ding hat leichenstarre!

warum wohl?
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18.09.07 15:58:46
bin hier wieder raus!
sieht mir zu sehr nach Börsbriefabzocke aus...
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18.09.07 16:23:25
Jetzt keine kalten Füße bekommen, wahrscheinlich bedingt durch die letzten schlechten Monate. Man kann nur große Gewinne einfahren, wenn man Durchhaltevermögen und Ausdauer zeigt. Kann ja nicht von Null auf Hundert nur aufwärts gehen. Also zurücklehnen und abwarten, das wird schon. ;)
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18.09.07 16:30:50
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.646.070 von Edelmetalltom am 18.09.07 16:23:25naja -ein zweifelhafter rat!
es kann aber auch wohl, wie i.d.R. gesehen, wenn die aktie bekannt gemacht wird vom HOCH auf minus 50% und mehr gehen...

dafür brauch ich keine ruhigen tage, um andere noch reicher zu machen!
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18.09.07 16:50:35
das ist doch Quatsch.

sobald eine Aktie nicht innerhalb von 24 Stunden 50% steigt passt was nicht oder wie???

ich denke genau diese Einstellung ist Käse. Einmal ein paar Wochen und Monate Geduld und der Erfolg wird kommen, wenn die Firma okay ist.

Hin und her macht Taschen leer!

Gruß
IIBI
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18.09.07 17:25:28
Was geht denn hier ab? Jungs, kommt mal etwas runter. Wir werden doch wohl alle genug Anlegererfahrung haben um so etwas durchzustehen
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18.09.07 17:52:26
Ich behalte jedenfalls meine Position und werde ueber einen weiteren ZUschlag nachdenken. Nach Regen kommt Sonne!
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18.09.07 17:52:48
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.647.055 von van_dyk78 am 18.09.07 17:25:28:confused: ist doch nix passiert!!

:laugh::laugh::laugh:


was wird die Fed machen? das ist das einzige worauf heute die Leute schauen....


Gruß
IIBI
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19.09.07 04:49:01
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.645.624 von StrangePhenomena am 18.09.07 15:58:46Genau richtig was du sagst
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19.09.07 09:06:04
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.647.501 von IIBI am 18.09.07 17:52:48ahja die FED - Sitzung....
bringt ja wohl für jeden Wert was, nur nicht für diesen umsatzlosen Schrott.
Ich frage mich das dieses Halsabschneider mit ihren schwachsinnigen BB immer noch Dumme finden!
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19.09.07 16:50:08
Na Jungs, ein bisschen zu viel Aufregung fuer nichts. Geht ja schon wieder aufwaerts!
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20.09.07 19:38:09
Was ist denn hier los. Keiner mehr an Board. Oder nehme sich alle jetzt eine keleine Auszeit? Ruhe vor dem Sturm?
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20.09.07 19:45:34
bin hier. lese nur leise mit :laugh:

Markt ist im Moment sehr schwach, Die Juniors laufen noch nicht, waehrend Gold einen super run hat. Ist glaube ich ein sehr guter zeitpunkt , um Positionen im Juniorsektor einzugehen.
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21.09.07 02:43:50
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.654.920 von StrangePhenomena am 19.09.07 09:06:04Fallen immer wieder welche rein
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21.09.07 14:37:12
Beitrag Nr. 100 ()
Dr. Clive Roffey

Without doubt the lead story of the past two weeks has been the surge in the gold price as it broke upside out of the large triangular patterns that had confined it for the past 18 months. I have continuously detailed these triangular formations that have been in progress on the gold price in every leading global currency.

Breakouts from triangles have a special significance. During the formation of the pattern the fundamentals are uncertain and the price bounces up and down reflecting this indecision and hesitancy. But at the point of breakout all the uncertainty is resolved into a new set of fundamentals that dominate the next upward surge. A large degree of the uncertainty stemmed from the sub-prime rate problems in the US. The tidal wave effect of this crisis caused doubts to be cast on the future direction of consumer spending and global growth. However the central banking system has made it abundantly clear that they have rallied round to cut rates in order to attempt to alleviate the major effects of the sub-prime debacle.

I attended a very interesting presentation a week ago at the monthly TASSA (Technical Analyst\'s Society of Southern Africa) meeting that discussed the sub-prime difficulties and the reasons for the debacle. According to the speaker it transpired that financial houses in the US bundled together parcels of BBB rated bonds and somehow persuaded the rating agencies such as Standard & Poor, Moods and Fisk to rate them as an AAA risk. The bottom line is that this is tantamount to fraud. The spin off from this rate fiasco is that the rating agencies have some fast talking to do in order to repair their status.

Irrespective of the reasons the gold price against all leading currencies has broken upside out of the triangular patterns with a typical surge. The full implication is that gold has once again become the centre pivot of the currency system and there is a worldwide flight to protection.

When the triangular breakout on the bullion price is transposed onto the share charts there are some huge potential upsides out of the massive 18 month period of churning. My long term counts indicate that over the next three years we could easily see a trebling of share prices if not greater leverage.

Meanwhile the Dow bounced back upside to hit the 61.8% retracement level of 13 450 on the nail before moving into a churning pattern. I remain bullish on global equities and continue to look for the Dow to hit my long term target of 15 500. A new push above the resistance level at 13 400 will confirm the continuation of the major bull trend. As I have so often detailed, sudden falls in stock prices are usually the final C wave sell off from an old correction and not the start of a new bear market. I stick to this analysis for the equity sell off. I rate it as a serious buying opportunity and not a period in which to panic.

As expected Brent crude oil has penetrated the $80 a barrel mark and the base metal prices are ready for the next bull run after their period of consolidation. All my data continues to point to the resources arena as the performing sector of the market but you should keep an eye on the financials if they start to break above their short term resistance levels.




In the last issue I detailed that Brent Crude Oil had mapped out a reverse divergence situation in which the RSI had made a new recent low L2 that the price has not confirmed. This was a trend continuation signal. It also indicated an upside target of around $84 for the oil price. This was rated as a bullish scenario. The price has moved above $80 and should hit target in the near future.




Bullion shot out of the confines of the triangular pattern as has the gold price in sterling and Swiss Francs.

In the last issue I detailed that large scale triangular patterns of this type usually lead to very strong upside catapults once the breakout occurs and that the break above $680 would trigger this upside break. This has occurred and bullion has entered a new bull market phase. The first stage upside target out of this triangle is $850




The Euro price of gold also had the same triangular pattern and the move above E500 was be the signal for the breakouts by bullion against all the other currencies. In the short term the gold prices are overbought but I only expect a few days breather before a resumption of the main bull trend. There are no dangerous divergence signs.




Copper has also been triangulating on both the metal price and relative strength against the Dow. It is brewing up for another upside surge. My reverse head and shoulders pattern has indicated an upside price of $11 000 and I stick to this target.




The DJIA bounced back up to hit the 61.8% retracement level and has since churned at this area. It needs a break above the 13 450 resistance to continue the bull trend.




The FTSE 100 index has been forming a reverse head and shoulders pattern over the past month. A break above the neckline resistance at 6400 is required to continue the bull market movement.




The HUI Goldbugs index has been trading inside a rectangular pattern for the past 18 months. This same pattern is reflected across the board on the global gold indexes. It needs a break above the top resistance line to trigger a new and powerful bull trend. So far the sharp bounce has only played catch -up. The real bull trend has yet to start.




The FTSE Gold index also has the same rectangular pattern but in this case the recent price has pushed above the resistance and looks set for further upside after a short period of consolidation in its immediate overbought position.

The 1998 to 2000 period move of 130% was during a base formation. Whereas the 2005 upside was a smaller move up to wave 1 of the new bull trend. The big 500% move was in the first true leg of the bull market and we are about to move into wave 3 of another big bull leg.

Traditionally wave 3 is the longest and strongest leg of the Elliott five wave configurations. Thus we have entered a far more serious move in terms of Elliott and I would expect a rise well in excess of the 100% levels and more towards the 300% probability.

This is a new MAJOR BULL market and not a minor move. We are only into wave 3 of big wave III and there this wave 3 followed by the final wave 5 still to be completed. AND that is only the end of wave III. After a reasonable correction in wave IV there is still the large wave V to come.

I must reiterate that this is a LONG TERM MASSIVE bull market in gold that has several YEARS to run.




Gold has underperformed silver for the past 20 years. But that is about to change as the yellow metal is starting to break upside against its whiter counterpart. The next move will be a strong out performance by gold bullion.

This has extremely powerful implications.

I am NOT looking for a precious metal bull market, but for a big gold market with the others as hangers on. The implication is that the bull market will be gold driven due to the global flight to protection.

http://www.gold-eagle.com/editorials_05/roffey091607.html
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21.09.07 16:04:28
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Bei der jetztigen Entwicklung von Gold sehe ich genauso, dass wir weiterhin große Chancen haben, dass der Markt sich wieder zum Positiven entwickeln wird. Ist einfach eine ganz normale Entwicklung, die nicht zu zuviel Pessimismus hervorrufen sollte.
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21.09.07 17:23:31
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Wir erholen uns wohl mal diese Woche und hoffe, dass es bald mal richtig losgeht. ;)
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23.09.07 16:05:39
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sehr guter Artikel zum Goldpreis von Hamilton

http://www.gold-eagle.com/gold_digest_05/hamilton092107.html

Real Gold Highs 2

Holy cow! How about that gold price this week? With the Ancient Metal of Kings powering to awesome new bull-to-date highs, gold traders are rejoicing. The Bernanke Fed's reckless decision on Tuesday to shove the ailing US dollar off a cliff has really ignited a fire under international gold investment demand.

$725+ gold is indeed remarkable to behold. It is a great blessing for us battle-hardened contrarians who were buying gold back in 2001 in the sub-$300 range when even mentioning "gold" in public triggered endless ridicule. Vindication, especially since it has been accompanied by legendary profits and rapidly multiplying wealth, has never been sweeter.

Forging over $725, gold has truly entered a lofty rarified-air realm where it has seldom tread. In fact, prior to this week, gold only closed above $725 Federal Reserve Notes per troy ounce one other time in all of history! From January 16th to January 22nd in 1980, gold managed to close above $725 for five consecutive trading days. The fourth day of this span, January 21st, witnessed gold's all-time closing high of $850. Until this week, over 27 years later, gold never again closed over $725.

So with this metal now at its sixth-highest closing level ever in US-dollar terms, the mainstream financial media is weighing in. The same pundits, analysts, networks, and publications that swore sub-$300 gold was a terrible investment six years ago are convinced gold's latest highs are unsustainably extreme. They argue that it is foolish to buy anything at 27-year highs and even that "a gold bubble" is due to pop.

But just as they were mistaken about gold under $300, odds are they are as equally wrong today. Wall Street has never liked gold because it thrives when general stocks languish in secular bears, competing for investment capital. Governments have never liked gold because it exposes their endless fiat-paper inflation schemes. So it is no surprise that the same establishment that was hyper-bearish on gold every step of the way from April 2001's $256 to today still loathes this metal.

While gold's bull still looks young today in fundamental terms due to global demand growth far outpacing global mined-supply growth, now I want to focus on a technical argument. Although there is no doubt that gold now sojourns at lofty levels in nominal terms, due to the Fed's perpetual inflation there is just no real comparison between January 1980 and September 2007.

Back in early 1980 at the end of the last secular gold bull, the US dollar was worth a lot more. If you were old enough to buy anything back then, you know exactly what I mean. New houses averaged $76k. The median US household income was under $18k. The average new car price was less than $6k. A candy bar cost just a quarter. It was a radically different world in price terms compared to what we face today in autumn 2007.

Prices rise over time simply because the Federal Reserve creates too much money out of thin air. If the money supply rises faster than the actual pool of goods and services on which to spend it, prices rise. Relatively more dollars compete for relatively fewer goods and services, bidding up prices. This is the true definition of inflation, which is exclusively a monetary phenomenon.

Between January 1980 and today, the US MZM money supply ballooned by 9.1x! Of course the US economy grew too, but nowhere close to as fast as the Fed ramped the money supply. So prices had no choice but to climb much higher over the last few decades. Even the US Consumer Price Index has climbed 2.7x higher since gold last traded above $725. So comparing 1980 to 2007 in nominal, or non-inflation-adjusted, terms is irrational and illogical.

Thus the financial media's hysteria surrounding this week's 27-year gold highs, although technically true in nominal terms, is incredibly misleading. 27 years ago $725 went a whole heck of a lot farther in terms of purchasing power than it would today. Straight nominal price comparisons across such vast gulfs of time are an apples-to-oranges kind of thing, totally useless. They make as much sense as you trying to live on your 1980 salary in today's world. Odds are you'd be living in a cardboard box and eating cold ramen!

While nominal comparisons across decades are meaningless, real (inflation-adjusted) ones paint a far more accurate picture. This week's gold highs need to be considered in real terms, adjusted for the tremendous inflation the Fed has unleashed upon Americans since 1980. When you look at gold in real terms, a radically different picture emerges.

To adjust the daily gold price for inflation in this essay, I used the CPI. Yes, I hate the CPI. Yes, it seriously understates true monetary inflation since the government has huge incentives to lowball it. Higher CPI numbers mean higher government welfare payments and hence less funds for politicians' pet projects. Higher CPI numbers mean more nervous stock markets and upset voters. Higher CPI numbers mean the US Treasury will have to pay higher interest rates to borrow. And higher CPI numbers shine unwelcome light on the devastating stealth tax of inflation insidiously and relentlessly eroding our savings.

But despite the CPI being a total joke, it remains the most-widely-accepted inflation gauge among mainstream investors. If I used true monetary inflation in these charts, the gold prices shown would be much higher. But by using the CPI these gold prices are very conservative and these arguments will be much more palatable for mainstream minds. Even the hedonized CPI reveals incredible truths about prevailing real gold prices today.

In all these charts this week, the real CPI-adjusted daily gold price is rendered in blue and complimented by key moving averages. Meanwhile the usual nominal gold price is rendered in red in the background for comparison. Of course the farther back in the past we delve, the greater the gulf between real and nominal gold. Also, as usual the data cutoff for this essay was Wednesday's close. So while I am marveling at $735 gold as I pen this on Thursday, these charts reflect Wednesday data.




We'll start with just our current gold bull, and telescope out from there to encompass longer periods of history. As of Wednesday, gold's high in constant 2007 dollars was still below the real May 2006 high of $739. This is very amusing to me, as earlier this week when the media was trumpeting 27-year gold highs in real terms gold was merely at a 16-month high! Talk about misleading.

Since April 2001 this gold bull has powered 182% higher in nominal terms or 146% higher in real terms. Such returns are awesome in an absolute sense, but even more amazing in a relative sense. Gold's gains since the early 2000s utterly dwarf those of the general US stock markets, which have largely ground sideways. And most of gold's gains, until late 2005, came in conservative fashion via a moderate uptrend. Such persistently higher prices in the face of such mainstream hostility reflect overwhelmingly bullish underlying supply-and-demand fundamentals for this yellow metal.

My flippant 16-month real-high scenario aside, in reality gold is pushing 19-year real highs as this next chart reveals. Gold last traded for sustained periods above $725 in today's dollars between 1986 and 1988. Now multi-decade real highs are certainly nothing to scoff at, but they are a far cry from the nearly all-time nominal-high scenario the financial media is promoting to scare investors away from this gold breakout.




Back in late 1987, gold challenged $900 in today's dollars. Granted, the final months of that particular upleg were driven by the fear generated from the 1987 stock-market crash, but it still shows that gold can go higher than today's levels without the world ending. Interestingly in all of 1987 before October, gold averaged $805 in today's dollars. First heading over $725 real in August 1986, the metal remained above these levels until September 1988.

And other than the October 1987 stock-market crash, a weird one-day mid-bull anomaly caused by the first widespread use of computer trading on a panic day, August 1986 to September 1988 was not all that remarkable. Yet real gold traded above today's levels for this entire span of time because these were the clearing prices where supply and demand met. With gold trading above today's levels for two solid years so recently, it really makes today's highs seem a lot less intimidating than the financial media claims.

But real gold gets the most interesting when we look at the really big picture, since 1970. Once properly adjusted for inflation to make a legitimate apples-to-apples comparison, today's gold levels look positively low compared to the strong gold prices of the early 1980s. This real blue line, as opposed to the red nominal one, is the only rational way to view the gold price over such a long multi-decade span of time.




Note that gold in constant 2007 dollars spent the better part of five years over $750 in the early 1980s! In order to get anywhere close to hitting an all-time real high today, gold would have to rocket to nearly $2300 per ounce! This, more than anything, puts today's gold levels in proper perspective. Gold may be high in nominal terms today, but it remains quite low relative to where its last secular bull gave up the ghost.

It is also interesting to consider today's gold levels relative to the major secular gold highs of the past four decades. There have been seven of these highs, all of which are numbered above. For every secular high, the inflation-adjusted gold price is labeled in blue and the nominal one in red. While the gold price is certainly significant today, it is still only higher than one of these six secular real highs so far.

Although this chart is pretty self-explanatory, that gold is not all that high today compared to a secular bull top, there are some interesting observations to consider. For example, note that it was near $750 real in 1979 when gold went parabolic and tripled in about 8 months. It is provocative that we are once again nearing the same real levels at which the last gold superspike started. On the other hand though, gold's biggest slump of the 1970s also started near $750 real in late 1974. I'll discuss this further after the next chart.

Before that though, I do realize $2300 gold seems impossibly high today. But we shouldn't underestimate the power of secular bull markets. Believe me, six years ago this month when gold was trading under $295, $725 seemed impossibly high too. Yet here we are. Long-term bull markets are governed by supply and demand. And since it can take a decade for gold miners to respond to high price signals by bringing new mines online, the gold price can go much higher and stay for much longer than most imagine.

And incredibly, in some ways the all-time $2300 real high shown above is conservative. Of course the CPI is lowballed for political reasons, being reported as far below monetary inflation. As mentioned above, US MZM money has grown by 9.1x since early 1980. In order to witness such a gain over 27 years, an annual compound growth rate of about 8.5% is required. This should be much closer to true inflation than the 3.7% compound CPI growth required over 27 years to see it multiply by 2.7x.

But the gold market is global, and around the world the broad money supplies for first-world nations generally average growth rates around 7% a year. This leads to a conservative estimate of 6.2x more paper money sloshing around the world today than in January 1980. Of course non-first-world countries often have much higher money-supply growth rates, which is one reason this 7% estimate is conservative.

Meanwhile, all the mining in the world only manages to grow the global gold supply by about 1% a year. Provocatively this average has held for centuries due to the extreme difficulty of wresting gold from the bowels of the earth. This slow natural growth in global gold is why it has been the ultimate form of money throughout all of history. Since it cannot grow fast due to natural limitations, excessive inflation is impossible. At 1% growth annually over 27 years, today's gold supply should be 1.3x as big as 1980's.

So we have a 27-year estimate in first-world fiat-currency-supply growth of 6.2x compared to 1.3x in global gold-supply growth. Dividing these numbers shows paper-money growth outpacing gold by 4.8x. So based on these assumptions there is 4.8x as much paper money floating around today per ounce of gold as there was in 1980. If you multiply the nominal $850 gold high of January 1980 by 4.8x, it yields $4000 per ounce! Yes, the climax high of today's secular bull could briefly drive gold to such staggering levels.

But even this may be conservative! In early 1980, Asia was slumbering. Today it is awakening. Several billion people are industrializing and seeking to raise the standards of living for their families. This is fueling global commodities demand the likes of which the world has never seen. As these Asians grow more affluent, they are going to invest in gold. Unlike the West, Asia has a deep cultural affinity for gold (and distrust of paper money) that will never fade. And if a modest fraction of 3b Asians get excited and buy even small amounts of gold each, the potential mania highs in this gold bull are just unimaginable.

So truly the $2300 CPI-adjusted gold price of January 1980 is conservative in many ways. And today's $725ish gold is so far below the stellar levels that ought to be seen at the next secular top that this bull can only be considered young. So don't let the financial media convince you that gold over $700 is an extreme event that is unsustainable. Nothing could be farther from the truth based on history.




This final chart shows the famous 1970s secular gold bull in today's dollars. I believe it is useful as a general pattern, to illustrate the major stages that secular gold bulls go through. While our current bull isn't going to follow this technical pattern precisely, it should go through the same three major stages.

Early on, gold is primarily bid higher because the predominant currency is being devalued. Only contrarians buy in Stage One as gold remains way out of popular favor. After some years in Stage One, Stage Two arrives. Investors start to notice gold rising and soon buy it for its own intrinsic fundamental merits. The sharp gold upleg in late 2005 likely marked the arrival of Stage Two in our current bull. Thus I suspect we are early on in Stage Two at this point, kind of like 1977ish in this chart.

Eventually so many investors will buy gold that the general public becomes aware of its bull. Since there is no rush like a gold rush, the public will flood in to the market late in the bull's life. This popular speculative mania is what drives Stage Three. Gold shoots parabolic and ultimately climaxes in a vertical blowoff top. In the 1970s, this mania stage started in mid-to-late 1979 between $750 to $1000 real. Obviously the biggest gains of the entire gold bull by far happen during this brief mania stage.

The key lesson here is that when gold is really ready to hit a secular top in our current bull, everyone will be enthralled by it. Housewives will be trading gold futures. Shoeshine boys will be offering tips on junior gold stocks. CNBC will report on nothing but gold all the time. At every social gathering, talk of gold stocks will be as popular as talk of tech stocks in early 2000. Obviously we are nowhere close to such a popular mania yet. I bet 19 out of 20 people on the street still have no idea that gold is over $700 again.

Although gold ought to once again follow the general three-stage pattern in this chart, I don't think it is precisely transferable to our current bull. Sometimes people ask me if a slump like 1975 and 1976 is imminent or if we are on the verge of a blisteringly fast tripling in gold like in late 1979. I suspect neither is the case. Today's gold bull has a life of its own and is not a carbon copy of its 1970s ancestor.

On the slump, our wonderful government had actually banned Americans from owning gold bullion between April 5th, 1933 and December 31st, 1974! But as usual when Washington operates outside the Constitution, most Americans ignored the confiscation order. In 1933 the only gold bullion Washington could seize was the gold kept in bank "safety deposit" boxes. Americans who held their gold bullion outside of banks almost universally ignored Franklin Roosevelt's appalling theft of private wealth.

So when 1975 rolled around, a lot of this "underground" gold bullion hit the market. Families had held their gold bullion for four decades and suddenly they could legally sell it in early 1975 just after gold had rocketed 419% higher in the early 1970s. There is no similar pent-up selling pressure today. And it wasn't easy for American investors to buy gold bullion in 1975 either. After 41 years of bullion being considered an Enemy of the State, coin shops were generally not selling low-premium bullion coins. Today buying gold is as easy as buying groceries, and the gold ETFs can even be purchased in a stock trading account.

And central banks in the mid-1970s controlled a vastly larger proportion of above-ground gold than they do today. So their perpetual sales had a far greater effect in 1975 and 1976 than will ever be possible again. The nearly tripling of gold since 2001 despite the best that the central banks could throw at it decisively demonstrates that they are impotent. They are just collectively too small relative to the 80%+ of above-ground gold held by investors.

The Information Age also argues against another mid-bull multi-year gold slump. Thanks to the Internet, the spread of financial-market knowledge is exponentially faster than it was in the 1970s. And if there is one thing that gets investors and speculators excited about deploying capital, it is rising prices. So higher gold prices should get more people interested in gold investment today a lot faster which greatly lessens the probability of a slump. And don't forget the arrival of hundreds of millions of new gold investors out of Asia today who had no capital in the 1970s!

On the popular mania and vertical blowoff, I think there is a high probability our gold bull will eventually enter Stage Three. But I believe it is some years off yet. Our current gold bull started in April 2001, only about six years ago. The 1970s one ran for nearly a decade before the public grew enamored with gold. Also, broader secular commodities bulls tend to run for 17 years or so in history. While today's various commodities' bulls started at different times, at best we are now only one-third of the way into our current 17-year commodities-bull cycle. It is hard for me to imagine gold hitting a secular top many years before commodities in general.

Only time will tell of course, but today's gold bull still looks relatively young. Real gold prices remain quite low compared to historical highs and gold is still largely ignored by mainstream investors. Most of the general public still doesn't even seem to know it exists. While gold will correct from time to time, a multi-year slump like the mid-1970s seems unlikely. And while gold will eventually go parabolic, it should be some years later in this gold bull after Stage Two fully runs its course.

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The bottom line is gold remains nowhere close to its last secular bull's real highs of early 1980. Despite what the financial media claims, it is just plain silly to compare nominal prices across decades. Once you adjust the gold price by the most lowballed and conservative estimate of inflation, $725 gold is just one third of the way to the $2300 Stage-Three mania highs witnessed in January 1980.

And gold generally traded above today's real levels for the vast majority of the entire 1980s. Yet the world as we know it didn't implode. The fiat US dollar didn't hyperinflate, the US stock markets remained in a young secular bull, and the bond markets thrived. $725+ gold is really not that big of deal historically and there is no doubt that it is quite sustainable.



Adam Hamilton, CPA

September 21, 2007
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24.09.07 14:51:32
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Liest man sich den zuletzt hier geposteten Artikel über Gold durch, so ist doch eindeutig erkennbar, dass man mit Soltera nur richtig liegen kann.
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24.09.07 14:57:45
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Ich sehe für mich jedenfalls keine Veranlassung die Flinte ins Korn zu werfen und nicht an dem Wert festzuhalten. Man braucht einfach AUsdauer und Vertrauen. Aber das ist ja wohl auch selbstverständlich, oder?
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24.09.07 15:07:07
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Gold - Poised for Take Off
Part II

HUI break-out confirmed! - HUI on its way to 450+

Eric Hommelberg
September 21, 2007

Gold: $730 / HUI: 400

In case you missed it, gold and its shares are on the fly in a sense we haven't witnessed for a long time. Yes, gold is showing its muscles and demands to be recognized as a true safe haven again, a role which it has fulfilled for thousands of years. For our readers the sudden surge may not come as a real surprise since in our Sept 03 dispatch we clearly stated that gold was poised for take off and gold shares ready for launch:

Excerpt TGDR Gold/HUI update "Gold - Poised for take off!" (September 03) - Gold: 673 / HUI: 324

Believe it or not but gold and its shares are poised for a powerful year end rally and yes, it's my strong believe that by year end investors will be looking back at this period wondering how they could have been so stupid not to see this opportunity.

Last week we notified our members already that the gold shares sell-off was way overdone which translated itself in a HUI reading as if gold were trading at $550! So yes, we argued that the time was right to start accumulating the gold shares as the saying goes "BUY Low, SELL High!"

Gold shares selling as if gold were trading at $550 is a huge anomaly indeed and as we stated in our Gold/HUI update "Bloodbath - part III" such extremes never persist for a long period of time so something has to give..Well, it seems the HUI has rocked bottom indeed and is on its way back to levels one could expect with gold prices of $660+..

END.

Well, here we are just a mere three weeks later and gold took off indeed and the gold shares are catching up on gold. The extreme undervaluation of the gold shares is melting away but the best part is still ahead of us. The fact that the HUI finally breached its long-term resistance at 360 bodes well for the gold shares since all previous major HUI rallies were given birth after a long consolidation period. The HUI data over the last 5 years do speak for itself:

HUI break-out 2003 at 150 yielded a gain of 60% in 5 months time.
HUI break-out 2005 at 250 yielded a gain of 66% in 8 months time.
A similar HUI break-out these days at 360 could result in HUI trading above 450 levels within 6 months after break-out!
The reasons for gold and its shares to take off were summarized in 'Gold - Poised for take off' as:

Dollar heading to new record lows within 6 months from now
Gold demand exploding in Asia and Middle East
COMEX Gold option open interest shows potential major up-leg in gold (courtesy of Adrian Douglas)
HUI extremely undervalued against gold
Well, it seems we got it all we wanted since gold appreciated by $60+ while the HUI gained by 70 pts. So far so good but where do we go from here? Aren't the gold shares and the yellow metal a bit over-bought at this point ? Do we face the risk of a double top at $730? Sure enough we'll be hearing many of these overbought/double top tunes coming days and yes, sure enough no bull market goes up in a straight line but as always please keep the 'big picture' in mind which says --> declining dollar, increasing demand, decreasing supply and higher inflation rates all leading towards higher gold prices for years to come. Gold exceeding $1000/oz before the end of this decade seems a sure bet to me.

In our piece "Gold- poised for take off" we stated that it only seemed to be a matter of time before the FED would start cutting its FED Funds rate in order to prevent a recession or even worse a derivatives meltdown which could steer the US economy into a depression. Well, we didn't have to wait for that long since that's exactly what the FED did this week. The surprise however was the size of the rate cut since most observers expected a 0.25% rate cut instead of the announced 0.5%. What happened next was expected, stocks, gold and its shares took off just like we mentioned in our previous piece, we wrote:

"many experts believe that Bernanke will have to cut the FED Funds rate anytime soon. In case that happens the dollar will resume its downtrend at an accelerated pace and gold and its shares will take off!" END.

It all seems like 1987 deja vu again. Greenspan slashed the FED Funds rate by 60 bps as a response to he October '87 stock-market crash in order to prevent a 1929 style crash. The result was a tanking dollar and skyrocketing gold and gold shares. The gold shares appreciated by 50+% in just three weeks time while gold rose 10%.... The dollar declined by about 9% during the remainder of the year.

Furthermore we concluded that no matter how you slice it, the outlook for the yellow metal towards year end is bright! Despite the fact that the outlook for the yellow metal may look bright many investors were afraid that gold stocks could even sink further after the blatant sell-off in August which lead to a HUI valuation as if gold were trading at $550! We informed our readers (Gold/HUI Update Bloodbath - part III) that blatant sell-offs like these don't happen that often and do present an excellent opportunity to buy some of your beloved gold shares. The thing is that the gold shares were dirt cheap those days and as the saying goes': 'BUY low and SELL high'.

We concluded:

The message to panicked gold share holders is simple: Yes, volatility is at extremes these days, but that's all in the game, it's a typical characteristic of the gold market and yes there aren't that much investors out there who have the stomach to ride this game till the end. As the saying goes, if you can't stand the heat then stay out of the kitchen, but if you are a true believer in gold's historical role of a safe haven then these times do provide great opportunities. The forced margin selling has pushed the gold shares to extreme oversold levels indeed, levels only seen a few times during this entire gold bull market which started in 2001.

END.

The ones who had the nerves to invest at rock-bottom levels lately are rewarded big time. Now to illustrate the extreme undervaluation of the gold shares vs gold lately let's take a peak at the Gold vs HUI chart of Sept 03, 2007


Gold vs HUI chart - September 03, 2007




This chart showed the extreme divergence between gold and its shares, the HUI was trading recently at same levels as with gold at $550! We concluded that such extremes never persist for a long period of time so something has to give, or the gold price has to come down or the gold shares have to catch up soon. Well, it seems the latter is already well underway since the HUI is rising faster now than gold.

The updated Gold vs HUI chart confirms the statement above:


Gold vs HUI chart - September 20, 2007




Now sure enough many analysts will argue that we reached a double top at HUI 400 and $730 gold so we should be prepared for a sell-off here. Well, as stated earlier, we might encounter some corrections here and there on our way to HUI 450 but I'm quite confident we find ourselves in the middle of this move. The relative charts are showing us exactly what I mean since there's still a lot of up-side potential before we'll be hitting major sell-zones. Please take a peak at the updated relative charts and judge yourself:

Relative HUI chart:

The r-HUI chart is gold divided by its own 200 dma.It has proven to be a reliable indicator in spotting major bottoms for the gold shares in the past 5 years.




The relative HUI chart demonstrates beyond any doubt that there's plenty of up-side potential left before we'll be hitting major sell areas.

The relative gold chart shows a similar pattern:

Relative Gold chart:

The r-gold chart is gold divided by its own 200 dma.It has proven to be a reliable indicator in spotting major bottoms for the gold shares in the past 5 years.




Also the relative gold chart shows plenty of up-side potential before hitting major sell-areas!

Highlights

Dollar broke important major support levels to the downside
Gold and its shares exploding after FED Funds rate cut of 0.5%.
A similar emergency rate cut in 1987 launched the gold shares by 50% in just three weeks time.
HUI extreme undervaluation against gold is disappearing
Resistance expected at $730 gold and HUI 400 due to fears for double top
Minor corrections are inevitable but we're most likely in a major HUI up-leg towards 450+ within the next coming months
Now where to go from here?

Well, if you are a believer in gold's future then these are the time to increase your gold share positions since the gold shares are still selling at fire sale prices. In other words, downside risk is low. Higher gold prices the years ahead will lift the entire gold share sector but the most exciting rewards will come from junior mining companies making new discoveries.
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25.09.07 16:28:32
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http://www.prweb.com/releases/2007/09/prweb556222.htm

Interessant!!

heute gehts nach oben in USA:

Recent Trades - Last 5
Time Ex Price Change Volume
09:59:52 Q 0.69 +0.01 20,000

09:59:49 Q 0.68 - 12,000

09:59:49 Q 0.68 - 9,000

09:59:48 Q 0.68 - 4,440

09:59:44 Q 0.68 - 3,000



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25.09.07 16:58:36
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Soltera Mining Corp.'s 14 KM long Gold-rich Quartz Vein Potential Reviewed in Journal as Exceptional Risk-Reward Scenario

Soltera Mining Corp.'s El Torno gold prospect is a past-producing gold mine. Soltera believes that modern exploration techniques will allow for the further extraction of gold from the area. Planned development of Soltera's El Torno mining concession heightens the potential for significant upside share price movement and valuation.

New York, NY (PRWEB) September 25, 2007 -- Mining MarketWatch Journal has published a review on Soltera Mining Corp. (OTCBB:SLTA)(FRANKFURT:SN7). The review offers insight and opportunity afforded investors as Soltera focuses on the exploration of its El Torno project in the province of Jujuy, Argentina located north of Yamana Gold Inc.'s 2.9M oz Gualcamayo gold deposit. The El Torno gold prospect is a past-producing gold mine and Soltera believes that modern exploration techniques will allow for the further extraction of gold from the area. Planned development of Soltera's El Torno mining concession heightens the potential for significant upside share price movement/valuation.

The full review may be found at: http://miningmarketwatch.net/slta.htm

as expert opinion (non 43-101) is that 2M ounces exists in just one small section of the vein that has had work performed on it.
Excerpts:
1) "Newly listed Soltera Mining Corp. possesses a large gold-rich quartz vein up to 14 km long and 14 m wide known as the El Torno Project. The El Torno Project is a past producing gold mine that was worked by the Incas, Jesuits and Spanish in parts using only the simplest of means (within the last year the upper 2 to 3 m of parts of the vein and an alluvial deposit near to the vein were mined; the gold was recovered as particles and micro-nuggets); Soltera is confident that modern exploration techniques will allow for the further extraction of gold from the area and is expeditiously moving to exploit the mining concession. It is not a matter of "if" they have gold but rather "How Much" as expert opinion (non 43-101) is that 2M ounces exists in just one small section of the vein that has had work performed on it."

2) "Historic results and observations serve as possible indicators: El Torno is a past-producing mine going back centuries and has only recently undergone some modern exploration techniques. The related data predates 43-101 legislation and thus are not to be relied upon for investment purposes, they merely form a basis for better understanding the prospective nature of the claim. However the available data will give Soltera a leg-up in as it rolls up its sleeves to bring the data compliant and hopefully put numbers in the ground on its balance sheet ... Impressive historic (non 43-101 compliant) numbers were recorded by Puma Mineral's 1997 drilling; Gold values for the main vein were between 5 g/t and 37 g/t and the stockwork system showed up to 23 g/t gold accompanied by silver in the ratio of 1:1. Subsequently Peñoles re-interpreted the Puma Minerals drill data and after further aforementioned work estimated (non 43-101 compliant) that a 1.3 km length of the vein would have the potential for more than 500,000 ounces of gold to a depth of 100 m and that a 2 to 2.5 km length to a depth of 400 m would have potential for more than 2 million ounces (assuming a grade of 10 g/t). Additionally, the current titleholder has recently (within the last year) mined parts of the upper 2 to 3 m of parts of the vein and an alluvial deposit near to the vein; the gold was recovered as particles and micro-nuggets, which suggests that gold in the vein is free rather than locked in pyrite grains."

3) "Combine SLTA's exceptional and proven El Torno mining concession with a highly skilled technical team and investors have a recipe for feral-like upside share price movement/valuation as the story of this new listing to the market gets better known and management executes on their plan to develop. The dedication and calibre of the technical leadership / Sr. management is exceptional. The recent addition of Dr. Kevan L. Ashworth to Soltera's board of Directors should give cause for astute investors to pay attention as Dr. Ashworth is internationally renowned for his extensive knowledge and background in the mining industry and is currently a Director of a number of companies involved in mineral exploration, and is retained as an adviser by several London investment organizations. Soltera's President/CEO, Dr. Fabio Montanari, is a mining professional whose text books are currently used by a number of universities in their mining graduate programs and has personally relocated from Italy to the location of Soltera's prized El Torno mining project in Argentina to ensure success and maximize shareholder value."

4) "With under 45M shares outstanding and this new issue trading under US$1 per share the likely upside potential is clearly evident considering the following..."

The full review may be found at: http://miningmarketwatch.net/slta.htm

as expert opinion (non 43-101) is that 2M ounces exists in just one small section of the vein that has had work performed on it.
Excerpts:
1) "Newly listed Soltera Mining Corp. possesses a large gold-rich quartz vein up to 14 km long and 14 m wide known as the El Torno Project. The El Torno Project is a past producing gold mine that was worked by the Incas, Jesuits and Spanish in parts using only the simplest of means (within the last year the upper 2 to 3 m of parts of the vein and an alluvial deposit near to the vein were mined; the gold was recovered as particles and micro-nuggets); Soltera is confident that modern exploration techniques will allow for the further extraction of gold from the area and is expeditiously moving to exploit the mining concession. It is not a matter of "if" they have gold but rather "How Much" as expert opinion (non 43-101) is that 2M ounces exists in just one small section of the vein that has had work performed on it."

2) "Historic results and observations serve as possible indicators: El Torno is a past-producing mine going back centuries and has only recently undergone some modern exploration techniques. The related data predates 43-101 legislation and thus are not to be relied upon for investment purposes, they merely form a basis for better understanding the prospective nature of the claim. However the available data will give Soltera a leg-up in as it rolls up its sleeves to bring the data compliant and hopefully put numbers in the ground on its balance sheet ... Impressive historic (non 43-101 compliant) numbers were recorded by Puma Mineral's 1997 drilling; Gold values for the main vein were between 5 g/t and 37 g/t and the stockwork system showed up to 23 g/t gold accompanied by silver in the ratio of 1:1. Subsequently Peñoles re-interpreted the Puma Minerals drill data and after further aforementioned work estimated (non 43-101 compliant) that a 1.3 km length of the vein would have the potential for more than 500,000 ounces of gold to a depth of 100 m and that a 2 to 2.5 km length to a depth of 400 m would have potential for more than 2 million ounces (assuming a grade of 10 g/t). Additionally, the current titleholder has recently (within the last year) mined parts of the upper 2 to 3 m of parts of the vein and an alluvial deposit near to the vein; the gold was recovered as particles and micro-nuggets, which suggests that gold in the vein is free rather than locked in pyrite grains."

3) "Combine SLTA's exceptional and proven El Torno mining concession with a highly skilled technical team and investors have a recipe for feral-like upside share price movement/valuation as the story of this new listing to the market gets better known and management executes on their plan to develop. The dedication and calibre of the technical leadership / Sr. management is exceptional. The recent addition of Dr. Kevan L. Ashworth to Soltera's board of Directors should give cause for astute investors to pay attention as Dr. Ashworth is internationally renowned for his extensive knowledge and background in the mining industry and is currently a Director of a number of companies involved in mineral exploration, and is retained as an adviser by several London investment organizations. Soltera's President/CEO, Dr. Fabio Montanari, is a mining professional whose text books are currently used by a number of universities in their mining graduate programs and has personally relocated from Italy to the location of Soltera's prized El Torno mining project in Argentina to ensure success and maximize shareholder value."

4) "With under 45M shares outstanding and this new issue trading under US$1 per share the likely upside potential is clearly evident considering the following..."

The full review may be found at:

http://miningmarketwatch.net/slta.htm" target="_blank" rel="nofollow ugc noopener">
Soltera Mining Corp.'s 14 KM long Gold-rich Quartz Vein Potential Reviewed in Journal as Exceptional Risk-Reward Scenario

Soltera Mining Corp.'s El Torno gold prospect is a past-producing gold mine. Soltera believes that modern exploration techniques will allow for the further extraction of gold from the area. Planned development of Soltera's El Torno mining concession heightens the potential for significant upside share price movement and valuation.

New York, NY (PRWEB) September 25, 2007 -- Mining MarketWatch Journal has published a review on Soltera Mining Corp. (OTCBB:SLTA)(FRANKFURT:SN7). The review offers insight and opportunity afforded investors as Soltera focuses on the exploration of its El Torno project in the province of Jujuy, Argentina located north of Yamana Gold Inc.'s 2.9M oz Gualcamayo gold deposit. The El Torno gold prospect is a past-producing gold mine and Soltera believes that modern exploration techniques will allow for the further extraction of gold from the area. Planned development of Soltera's El Torno mining concession heightens the potential for significant upside share price movement/valuation.

The full review may be found at: http://miningmarketwatch.net/slta.htm

as expert opinion (non 43-101) is that 2M ounces exists in just one small section of the vein that has had work performed on it.
Excerpts:
1) "Newly listed Soltera Mining Corp. possesses a large gold-rich quartz vein up to 14 km long and 14 m wide known as the El Torno Project. The El Torno Project is a past producing gold mine that was worked by the Incas, Jesuits and Spanish in parts using only the simplest of means (within the last year the upper 2 to 3 m of parts of the vein and an alluvial deposit near to the vein were mined; the gold was recovered as particles and micro-nuggets); Soltera is confident that modern exploration techniques will allow for the further extraction of gold from the area and is expeditiously moving to exploit the mining concession. It is not a matter of "if" they have gold but rather "How Much" as expert opinion (non 43-101) is that 2M ounces exists in just one small section of the vein that has had work performed on it."

2) "Historic results and observations serve as possible indicators: El Torno is a past-producing mine going back centuries and has only recently undergone some modern exploration techniques. The related data predates 43-101 legislation and thus are not to be relied upon for investment purposes, they merely form a basis for better understanding the prospective nature of the claim. However the available data will give Soltera a leg-up in as it rolls up its sleeves to bring the data compliant and hopefully put numbers in the ground on its balance sheet ... Impressive historic (non 43-101 compliant) numbers were recorded by Puma Mineral's 1997 drilling; Gold values for the main vein were between 5 g/t and 37 g/t and the stockwork system showed up to 23 g/t gold accompanied by silver in the ratio of 1:1. Subsequently Peñoles re-interpreted the Puma Minerals drill data and after further aforementioned work estimated (non 43-101 compliant) that a 1.3 km length of the vein would have the potential for more than 500,000 ounces of gold to a depth of 100 m and that a 2 to 2.5 km length to a depth of 400 m would have potential for more than 2 million ounces (assuming a grade of 10 g/t). Additionally, the current titleholder has recently (within the last year) mined parts of the upper 2 to 3 m of parts of the vein and an alluvial deposit near to the vein; the gold was recovered as particles and micro-nuggets, which suggests that gold in the vein is free rather than locked in pyrite grains."

3) "Combine SLTA's exceptional and proven El Torno mining concession with a highly skilled technical team and investors have a recipe for feral-like upside share price movement/valuation as the story of this new listing to the market gets better known and management executes on their plan to develop. The dedication and calibre of the technical leadership / Sr. management is exceptional. The recent addition of Dr. Kevan L. Ashworth to Soltera's board of Directors should give cause for astute investors to pay attention as Dr. Ashworth is internationally renowned for his extensive knowledge and background in the mining industry and is currently a Director of a number of companies involved in mineral exploration, and is retained as an adviser by several London investment organizations. Soltera's President/CEO, Dr. Fabio Montanari, is a mining professional whose text books are currently used by a number of universities in their mining graduate programs and has personally relocated from Italy to the location of Soltera's prized El Torno mining project in Argentina to ensure success and maximize shareholder value."

4) "With under 45M shares outstanding and this new issue trading under US$1 per share the likely upside potential is clearly evident considering the following..."

The full review may be found at:

http://miningmarketwatch.net/slta.htm





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26.09.07 09:14:23
Beitrag Nr. 109 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.738.906 von Pitschmitz am 25.09.07 16:58:36gestern 0,70 USD SK mit über 80k Volumen.

Jetzt stehen wir kurz vor Ausbruch, am besten wäre ein Bruch der ,70 USD zum Wochenende rein technisch:



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IIIB
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26.09.07 15:59:01
Beitrag Nr. 110 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.744.783 von IIBI am 26.09.07 09:14:23Hi IIBI,

das bewegt sich ja Gott sei Dank wieder etwas. WIr halten ja auch nicht umsonst an dem Wert fest. Weiter so.

Gruß :laugh:
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26.09.07 19:31:33
Beitrag Nr. 111 ()
Stimme der Prognose einer möglich Durchbrechung der 0,70 zu, wäre der langersehnte "Knaller" für das WOchende. Glaube fest daran!!!;)
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26.09.07 21:13:21
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27.09.07 10:56:31
Beitrag Nr. 113 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.755.398 von Pitschmitz am 26.09.07 21:13:21hast du ne ahnung, wie weit das von der El Torno entfernt liegt?
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27.09.07 23:19:35
Beitrag Nr. 114 ()
wenige Kilometer glaube ich. Einer der Nachbarn von Soltera ist CVRD glaube ich.
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28.09.07 15:17:29
Beitrag Nr. 115 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.770.676 von Pitschmitz am 27.09.07 23:19:35CVRD..die aus Brasilien??

das ist doch einer der weltweit größten oder täusche ich mich da jetzt!

kling gut, werde mal schauen noch ein paar infos zu finden!

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IIBI
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28.09.07 15:37:58
Beitrag Nr. 116 ()
Sehr interessant welche Unternehmen sich noch in der Gegend aufhalten. Entsprich demnach meiner eigenen Recherche, nach der Argentinien äußerst attraktiv ist. Insbesondere zeigt dies, dass Soltera in dieser Gegend eindeutig richtig liegt.
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29.09.07 14:45:55
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30.09.07 17:27:31
Beitrag Nr. 118 ()
http://www.solteramining.com/index.php?option=com_content&ta…

starkes team, sollten el torno zur neuen erfolgsstory machen! Mit 2 Mio Unzen sollte das machbar sein!

Board of Directors
Dr. Fabio Montanari – President/CEO

Dr. Montanari brings to Soltera a distinguished international mining career spanning over twenty-five years. Included is senior experience spearheading advanced exploration and mining activities for a host of internationally recognized exploration and mining companies in North, Central and West Africa, South America, Europe, Canada and the United States. Dr. Montanari’s responsibilities have encompassed various mining engineering, operations, pre-feasibility and general management positions, including business development roles at the corporate management level.

Dr. Kevan L. Ashworth – Director

Dr. Ashworth joined our Board in September 2007. Qualified at the University of Durham (Ph.D.) and the Royal School of Mines, London, UK, Dr. Ashworth commenced his industry career with eight years in Australia as a Geologist/Senior Geologist with BHP. This was followed by more than 30 years in the minerals industry, firstly as an independent contract economic geologist, and then as a mineral exploration and development consultant, based in the UK. He is currently a Director of a number of companies involved in mineral exploration, and is retained as an adviser by several London investment organizations.
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01.10.07 11:12:52
Beitrag Nr. 119 ()
Mahlzeit!

na wie schauts aus Leute....any news?

Gruß
IIBI
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01.10.07 13:13:22
Beitrag Nr. 120 ()
Soltera Mining Corp.

News Release - September 28, 2007 04:36 PM ET





Soltera Mining Corp.'s 14 KM-long Gold-rich Quartz Vein Potential Reviewed in Journal as Exceptional Risk-Reward Scenario



With under 45M shares outstanding and this new issue trading under US$1 per share the likely upside potential is clearly evident.





NEW YORK, NY , September 28, 2007 /Sector Newswire/ - Mining MarketWatch Journal has published a review on Soltera Mining Corp. (OTCBB:SLTA)(FRANKFURT:SN7). The review offers insight and opportunity afforded investors as Soltera focuses on the exploration of its El Torno project in the province of Jujuy, Argentina located north of Yamana Gold Inc.'s 2.9M oz Gualcamayo gold deposit. The El Torno gold prospect is a past-producing gold mine and Soltera believes that modern exploration techniques will allow for the further extraction of gold from the area. Planned development of Soltera's El Torno mining concession heightens the potential for significant upside share price movement/valuation.



The full review may be found at: http://miningmarketwatch.net/slta.htm



Excerpts:

1) "Newly listed Soltera Mining Corp. (OTCBB: SLTA) (Frankfurt: SN7) possesses a large gold-rich quartz vein up to 14 km long and 14 m wide known as the El Torno Project. The El Torno Project is a past producing gold mine that was worked by the Incas, Jesuits and Spanish in parts using only the simplest of means (within the last year the upper 2 to 3 m of parts of the vein and an alluvial deposit near to the vein were mined; the gold was recovered as particles and micro-nuggets); Soltera is confident that modern exploration techniques will allow for the further extraction of gold from the area and is expeditiously moving to exploit the mining concession. It is not a matter of "if" they have gold but rather "How Much" as expert opinion (non 43-101) is that 2M ounces exists in just one small section of the vein that has had work performed on it."



2) "The El Torno Project is a past producing gold mine in parts ... The vein has more than 1,000 m of underground galleries. The vein extends north-south, is sub-vertical, and is accompanied in places by a stockwork system of small quartz and pyrite veins that can extend up to 300 m from the main vein.



3) "Historic results and observations serve as possible indicators: El Torno is a past-producing mine going back centuries and has only recently undergone some modern exploration techniques. The related data predates 43-101 legislation and thus are not to be relied upon for investment purposes, they merely form a basis for better understanding the prospective nature of the claim. However the available data will give Soltera a leg-up in as it rolls up its sleeves to bring the data compliant and hopefully put numbers in the ground on its balance sheet ... Impressive historic (non 43-101 compliant) numbers were recorded by Puma Mineral's 1997 drilling; Gold values for the main vein were between 5 g/t and 37 g/t and the stockwork system showed up to 23 g/t gold accompanied by silver in the ratio of 1:1. Subsequently Peñoles re-interpreted the Puma Minerals drill data and after further aforementioned work estimated (non 43-101 compliant) that a 1.3 km length of the vein would have the potential for more than 500,000 ounces of gold to a depth of 100 m and that a 2 to 2.5 km length to a depth of 400 m would have potential for more than 2 million ounces (assuming a grade of 10 g/t). Additionally, the current titleholder has recently (within the last year) mined parts of the upper 2 to 3 m of parts of the vein and an alluvial deposit near to the vein; the gold was recovered as particles and micro-nuggets, which suggests that gold in the vein is free rather than locked in pyrite grains."



4) "Combine SLTA's exceptional and proven El Torno mining concession with a highly skilled technical team and investors have a recipe for feral-like upside share price movement/valuation as the story of this new listing to the market gets better known and management executes on their plan to develop. The dedication and calibre of the technical leadership / Sr. management is exceptional. The recent addition of Dr. Kevan L. Ashworth to Soltera's board of Directors should give cause for astute investors to pay attention as Dr. Ashworth is internationally renowned for his extensive knowledge and background in the mining industry and is currently a Director of a number of companies involved in mineral exploration, and is retained as an adviser by several London investment organizations. Soltera's President/CEO, Dr. Fabio Montanari, is a mining professional whose text books are currently used by a number of universities in their mining graduate programs and has personally relocated from Italy to the location of Soltera's prized El Torno mining project in Argentina to ensure success and maximize shareholder value."



5) "With under 45M shares outstanding and this new issue trading under US$1 per share the likely upside potential is clearly evident considering the following..."



The full review may be found at: http://miningmarketwatch.net/slta.htm





This release may contain forward-looking statements regarding future events that involve risk and uncertainties. Readers are cautioned that these forward-looking statements are only predictions and may differ materially from actual events or results. Articles, excerpts, commentary and reviews herein are for information purposes and are not solicitations to buy or sell and of the securities mentioned. Readers are referred to the terms of use, disclaimer and disclosure located at the above referenced URLs.



SOURCE: Sector Newswire per: Soltera Mining Corp. and Mining MarketWatch Journal

editorial@SectorNewswire.com
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01.10.07 13:35:36
Beitrag Nr. 121 ()
AUf eine neue Woche die hoffentlich mal einen Ruck in den Wert bringt. Hat dieser auf jeden Fall eindeutig verdient. Viel Erfolg
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01.10.07 13:57:13
Beitrag Nr. 122 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.803.621 von Edelmetalltom am 01.10.07 13:35:36schau mer mal....der Freitag war ganz gut in USA...Gold sieht auch gut aus...könnte eine gute Woche werden!

Gruß
IIBI
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01.10.07 16:11:54
Beitrag Nr. 123 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.803.849 von IIBI am 01.10.07 13:57:13Hi,

mit den bereits vohandenen Informationen, die wir haben und den Erkenntnissen, speziell bezüglich der Entwicklung zu Gold, eine positive rasche Entwicklung ist unumgänglich.

Gruß
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02.10.07 14:27:12
Beitrag Nr. 124 ()
EIn ruhiger Tag heute, aber trotzdem kein Grund den Glauben zu verlieren.

Nicht mehr lange und es geht los! ;)
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03.10.07 06:13:53
Beitrag Nr. 125 ()
Mal sehen was der heutige Tag bringt. Vielleicht kommt ja noch der Aufschwung vor dem Wochenende.
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03.10.07 08:37:01
Beitrag Nr. 126 ()
Ich kann nur nochmals die Empfehlung geben jetzt zuzuschlagen, bald wird es aufwärts gehen und sich bestimmt viele ärgern!
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05.10.07 09:43:54
Beitrag Nr. 127 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.826.717 von Edelmetalltom am 03.10.07 08:37:01gestern wieder hoch auf 68 Cent...sieht gut aus, keine Abgeber im Markt....

bald sind bestimmt auch mal wieder News fällig:cool:
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08.10.07 13:04:22
Beitrag Nr. 128 ()
Mahlzeit! Any news....?

Gruß

IIBI

:D:D
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08.10.07 14:42:11
Beitrag Nr. 129 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.897.765 von IIBI am 08.10.07 13:04:22Hi,

leider noch keine News. WIrd aber mal langsam Zeit, denkst DU nicht auch? Denn so ein Projekt kann nur fördern!
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08.10.07 14:49:19
Beitrag Nr. 130 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.898.847 von Edelmetalltom am 08.10.07 14:42:11gut Ding will Weile haben!

das wird werden!

Gruß
IIBI
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08.10.07 16:26:28
Beitrag Nr. 131 ()
Wieder ein paar Aengste bei den HErren hier im THread? Keine Sorge, hier kann doch nichts schief gehen, dauert eben etwas.

:laugh:
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08.10.07 16:38:56
Beitrag Nr. 132 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.900.197 von van_dyk78 am 08.10.07 16:26:28wir stehen fast auf hoch...was will man mehr!:cool::cool:
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08.10.07 19:48:45
Beitrag Nr. 133 ()
Danke Jungs, gut mal Zuspruch zu erhalten. Glaube ja ach fest an das Unternehmen. Auf eine nue erfolgreiche WOche!
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09.10.07 17:32:27
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10.10.07 14:42:27
Beitrag Nr. 135 ()
Bergbau wird zum Boomsektor




BUENOS AIRES, 9. Oktober 2007 - Der Bergbausektor in Argentinien steht offenbar vor einem neuen Rekordjahr. Für 2008 versprechen die im Land agierenden– zumeist internationalen– Unternehmen des Sektors eine Verdreifachung ihres Investitionsvolumens. Nach Angaben des Staatssekretariats für Minen haben die Unternehmen für 2008 Kapitalspritzen im Wert von rund acht Milliarden US-Dollar angekündigt.



Für das laufende Jahr werden Investitionen von bis zu 2,9 Milliarden US-Dollar erwartet. Der Vergleich zu 2003 spiegelt das gestiegene Interesse wieder: Vor vier Jahren flossen gerade einmal 220 Millionen US-Dollar in den Sektor.

Motor für den Investitionsfluss ist der für 2008 geplante Start von drei Großprojekten in den Provinzen San Juan und Catamarca. In Pascua Lama, Provinz San Juan, will die kanadische Barrick den Goldabbau aufnehmen.

In Agua Rica und Pachón, beide Provinz Catamarca, gehen die kanadische Northern Orion und die schweizerische Xstrata auf die Suche nach Kupfer und Gold. „Jedes dieser Projekte sieht die Investition von rund zwei Milliarden US-Dollar vor“, erklärte Minensekretär Jorge Mayoral am Montag vor Journalisten.

(© argentinienaktuell.com / lateinamerikaaktuell.com)
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10.10.07 16:08:32
Beitrag Nr. 136 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.925.173 von Pitschmitz am 10.10.07 14:42:27Hi ihr!

hab gerade was neues gefunden:

http://www.tradingmarkets.com/.site/news/Stock%20News/685854…

Gruß
IIBI
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10.10.07 18:52:26
Beitrag Nr. 137 ()
Dag,

sehr interessant! Ganz langsam aber sicher kommt etwas Bewegung in die Sache. ISt ja auch klar.

Gruss
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11.10.07 11:03:14
Beitrag Nr. 138 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.929.334 von van_dyk78 am 10.10.07 18:52:26Dag auch!:laugh:

die fliegenden Holländer oder wie!

ja gestern nach oben, sollten wir uns jetzt noch länger hier halten, werde ich nochmal paar Stückchen dazu kaufen!

Gruß
IIBI
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12.10.07 18:37:03
Beitrag Nr. 139 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.936.273 von IIBI am 11.10.07 11:03:14Hi,

schliesse ich mich Dir vollkommend an. Noch immer eine gute Zeit zur AUfstockung. WIrd wohl nicht lange so bleiben.

Gruesse aus dem schoenen Oranje Boven Land, dem Europameister 2008 :laugh:
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15.10.07 08:37:32
Beitrag Nr. 140 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.960.680 von van_dyk78 am 12.10.07 18:37:03Hi Oranje,

dass die kurse nicht lange so tief bleiben, stimme ich dir zu!

aber das zweite kannst du knicken!!

Auf eine grüne Woche!

IIBI
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18.10.07 15:00:30
Beitrag Nr. 141 ()
http://www.gold.org/discover/news/article/7650/

Discover News
El Torno Project reviewed by Mining MarketWatch Journal
17:45:16 GMT, 25 September, 2007
A Mining MarketWatch Journal review on Soltera Mining has revealed that a gold-rich vein estimated to be 14 kilometres long and 14 metres wide has been discovered at the company's El Torno Project in Argentina.

Currently a past-producing mine, the report highlights Soltera's confidence that the application of modern techniques will allow for the further extraction of gold from the area, which is in the Andean Cordillera, near the Bolivian border.

The gold mine at El Torno, in the Argentinian province of Jujuy, is rumoured to have been worked by the Incas, the Jesuits and the Spanish.

Within the past year, gold was recovered from the vein in the form of particles and micro-nuggets, which could indicate that the gold is free in the vein, not locked in pyrite grains, the review revealed.

In addition to the El Torno Project, Soltera is currently exploring a second project at Surprise Lake in British Columbia, Canada.
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