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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 32.639.296 von Martin12345 am 02.12.07 08:30:51News von Freitag,

100% Exercise of Great Panther "I" Warrants
Friday November 30, 12:44 pm ET

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(MARKET WIRE)--Nov 30, 2007 -- GREAT PANTHER RESOURCES LIMITED (Toronto:GPR.TO - News) is pleased to announce that one hundred percent of its two-year "I" warrants issued in November 2005 have been exercised, prior to their expiration date today.

In addition, all agents' warrants issued in connection with the November 2005 placement have also been fully exercised. Total proceeds of the "I" warrants and agents' warrants were $4 million.

These proceeds have been and will be used to further mine development and resource delineation, to fund production increases at the Company's 100% owned producing mines at Topia and Guanajuato, and to continue expansion of the resource base at the Mapimi Project in Durango, Mexico.

Great Panther is currently drilling three projects from surface and is conducting a deep underground drilling program at the Guanajuato Mine, where the first results have confirmed the depth continuity of high grade silver-gold mineralization (GPR news release, November 29, 2007).

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Kaare Foy: Executive Chairman

GREAT PANTHER RESOURCES LIMITED

This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and forward-looking information within the meaning of the Securities Act (Ontario) (together, "forward-looking statements"). Such forward-looking statements may include but are not limited to the Company's plans for production at its Guanajuato and Topia Mines in Mexico, exploring its other properties in Mexico, the overall economic potential of its properties, the availability of adequate financing and involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements to be materially different. Such factors include, among others, risks and uncertainties relating to potential political risks involving the Company's operations in a foreign jurisdiction, uncertainty of production and cost estimates and the potential for unexpected costs and expenses, physical risks inherent in mining operations, currency fluctuations, fluctuations in the price of silver, gold and base metals, completion of economic evaluations, changes in project parameters as plans continue to be refined, the inability or failure to obtain adequate financing on a timely basis, and other risks and uncertainties, including those described in the Company's Annual Report on Form 20-F for the year ended December 31, 2006 and reports on Form 6-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission and available at www.sec.gov and Material Change Reports filed with the Canadian Securities Administrators and available at www.sedar.com.

SEC 20-F Statement Filed; Standard & Poor's Listed
Great Panther Confirms Depth Continuity of High Grade Mineralization at Guanajuato Including 2,017 g/t Silver and 8.16 g/t Gold Over 10.3 Metres in Underground Sampling

http://biz.yahoo.com/iw/071129/0334162.html
Hallo !

Interessanter Wert, bei der MK sicher unterbewertet, die Gehalte von Gold & Silber in der letzten Meldung sind wirklich sehr gut !!

Ein klarer Kauf, wie leider so viele Firmen die in Mexiko aktiv sind !

Pirat
Ich glaube das wird das Jahr von Great Panther !

Im neuen Morgan Bericht scheint ein update zu sein der von einem user auf stockhouse folgendermassen zusammengefasst wird:

Great Panther is featured on this month's Morgan Report.
I will only go into generalities for the protection of subscriber's interests.

The complexities of Guanajuato are addressed.
Also mentioned are the additions of a new mine manager,
chief geologist,chief accountant and new plant superintendent through recent hirings.

Production is calculated on Topia and Guanajuato,increasing at both and higher grades and deeper drilling at Guanajuato.

David says the 43-101 on Mapimi is due out esrly January 2008 so if anybody is recently confused
as to that date David usually commands some respect in reporting accuracies.

Interesting,but not news to me is the big upside in David stating that
GPR believes that Mapimi is a 100 million oz deposit,rivalling Penasquito.

Great Panther is now in a position to avoid further dilution going forward.Well,w e all know how that goes but it looks clear sailing for now,which is a breather.

Tehe dropping of the frivolous lawsuit is mentioned.

Production increases at both Guanajuato and Topia and Mapimi potential should make 2008 an interesting year for GPR.

All in all,long time shareholders that have held and suffered should get a break this year.

Personally,I believe that Great Panther is of such promise but has had to address many,many issues in the past 18 months.

My wish is that the company sees itself as holding the great potential in assets-namely Mapimi and Guanajuato-and stops over delivering and then apologising.

We all can accept the junior market meltdown and GPR issues.

We need and deserve clarity and success in confidence that this brings.

GLTA
Die Warrents wurden auch ausgeübt,


Great Panther Sees 100% Exercise of "J" Warrants
Thursday January 3, 3:36 pm ET

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(MARKET WIRE)--Jan 3, 2008 -- GREAT PANTHER RESOURCES LIMITED (Toronto:GPR.TO - News) is pleased to announce that 100% of its two-year "J" warrants issued in December 2005 have been exercised.


In addition, all agents' and finders' warrants issued in connection with the December 2005 placement have been fully exercised. Total proceeds of the "J" warrants, agents' and finders' warrants, were $7,949,511. These proceeds are in addition to the $4 million received from the exercise of 100% of the warrants attaching to the November 2005 placement, as announced on November 30, 2007.

As some of the proceeds from the exercise of the warrants were previously received, funds have been and will be used to fund mine development, resource delineation, and production increases at the Company's 100% owned producing mines at Topia and Guanajuato, to continue exploration and expansion of the resource base at the Mapimi Project in Durango, Mexico, and for general working capital purposes.

Great Panther is currently drilling two projects from surface and is conducting a deep underground drilling program at the Guanajuato Mine, where the first results have confirmed the depth continuity of high grade silver-gold mineralization (GPR news release, November 29, 2007).

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Kaare Foy: Executive Chairman

GREAT PANTHER RESOURCES LIMITED

This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and forward-looking information within the meaning of the Securities Act (Ontario) (together, "forward-looking statements"). Such forward-looking statements may include but are not limited to the Company's plans for production at its Guanajuato and Topia Mines in Mexico, exploring its other properties in Mexico, the overall economic potential of its properties, the availability of adequate financing and involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements to be materially different. Such factors include, among others, risks and uncertainties relating to potential political risks involving the Company's operations in a foreign jurisdiction, uncertainty of production and cost estimates and the potential for unexpected costs and expenses, physical risks inherent in mining operations, currency fluctuations, fluctuations in the price of silver, gold and base metals, completion of economic evaluations, changes in project parameters as plans continue to be refined, the inability or failure to obtain adequate financing on a timely basis, and other risks and uncertainties, including those described in the Company's Annual Report on Form 20-F for the year ended December 31, 2006 and reports on Form 6-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission and available at www.sec.gov and Material Change Reports filed with the Canadian Securities Administrators and available at www.sedar.com.
So jetzt warten wir auf den update der 43-101 Resource Calculation vom Mapimi-Projekt.

Wenn die Vorraussagen stimmen, dann sind dort wenigstens 40 Mio Oz als nächste Kalkulation zu erwarten.

Great Panther ist für mich der bisjetzt unterschätzte Höhenflieger im Silberbereich 2008.
Great Panther Provides Update on Resource Estimates
Tuesday January 15, 12:45 pm ET

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(MARKET WIRE)--Jan 15, 2008 -- GREAT PANTHER RESOURCES LIMITED (Toronto:GPR.TO - News) wishes to provide the following update on the NI 43-101 resource estimates being prepared for the Company by Wardrop Engineering (Wardrop) of Vancouver, B.C.

Wardrop has now delivered preliminary numbers for an updated NI 43-101 compliant resource estimate for the La Gloria and Las Palmitas Zones on the Mapimi Project in northeastern Durango State, Mexico. The new estimate includes the twenty-nine core holes, representing 6,298 metres, completed during Great Panther's Phase I drilling program in the first half of 2007. In the current estimate, Wardrop has used different parameters than in the previous resource, estimated in 2006 from the 1997-98 reverse circulation and core drilling of Coeur d'Alene Mines Corp., and has changed portions of the geological interpretation. As such, the Company is reviewing the new estimate with Wardrop personnel. It is anticipated that this process could take several weeks.

The resource update for the Topia Mine will include certain drilling and underground sampling by Great Panther conducted since the 2006 resource estimate but will need to account for any material mined out of the 2006 resource. Wardrop has informed the Company that the new estimate is now expected in late February / early March.

In addition, a second drill is being added to the deep underground drilling program at Great Panther's Guanajuato Mine, where initial drilling and underground development have encountered strong silver-gold mineralization. The second drill will speed up the delineation of a new deep resource where there has been no previous mining. It is the Company's objective to have the first NI 43-101 resource estimate for this area by the end of 2008.

Robert F. Brown, P.Eng. and Vice-President of Exploration for Great Panther and its wholly owned subsidiary, Minera Mexicana El Rosario, S.A. de C.V., is designated as the Qualified Person for the Mapimi Project, and the Topia and Guanajuato Mines under the meaning of NI 43-101 and has reviewed this news release.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Robert A. Archer, President & CEO

This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and forward-looking information within the meaning of the Securities Act (Ontario) (together, "forward-looking statements"). Such forward-looking statements may include but are not limited to the Company's plans for production at its Guanajuato and Topia Mines in Mexico, exploring its other properties in Mexico, the overall economic potential of its properties, the availability of adequate financing and involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements to be materially different. Such factors include, among others, risks and uncertainties relating to potential political risks involving the Company's operations in a foreign jurisdiction, uncertainty of production and cost estimates and the potential for unexpected costs and expenses, physical risks inherent in mining operations, currency fluctuations, fluctuations in the price of silver, gold and base metals, completion of economic evaluations, changes in project parameters as plans continue to be refined, the inability or failure to obtain adequate financing on a timely basis, and other risks and uncertainties, including those described in the Company's Annual Report on Form 20-F for the year ended December 31, 2006 and reports on Form 6-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission and available at www.sec.gov and Material Change Reports filed with the Canadian Securities Administrators and available at www.sedar.com.

SEC 20-F Statement Filed; Standard & Poor's Listed
Mist, die Woche war hart.

Erst diese Verzögerung der 43-101 für Mapimi und dann dieser grottenschlechte Markt.

Das einzig positive in Guanajito scheinen sie etwas beim Tiefendrilling gefunden zu haben, umsonst holen die kein 2. Drillrig hinzu. Dazu die Aussage per 31.12.2008 eine 43-101 Ressourcenkalkulation zu Guanajito zu haben.

Wenn dies gelinkt haben sie endlich zu allen 3 Projekten eine Ressource.

Für mich ist GPR auf diesem Niveau ein absoluter Kauf.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 33.105.973 von MickyMouse1 am 19.01.08 19:25:16Derzeit gibt es neben GPR noch eine Menge Juniors die man kaufen kann. Verrückte Welt. Gold in der Nähe des ATH´s und Silber so hoch wie schon seit 30 Jahren nicht mehr. Auf der anderen Seite die Juniors die von Tief zu Tief fallen.
Ich beobachte GPR nun schon seit 2 Jahren. Ich wollte schon mindestens 3x kaufen jedoch schienen sie mir immer ein wenig zu teuer. Nächste Woche hol ich mir welche ins Depot. :)
Aus Guanajuato erwarte ich mir noch eine Menge guter Drillings.

Was mir ein wenig Sorgen macht ist, dass der Silberpreis demnächst wieder mächtig runtergeshortet wird. Ted Butler lässt grüßen.

Die Rohstoffe dürfen nicht weitersteigen, denn sonst würde zuviel Geld in den sicheren Hafen wandern.

Was passiert, wenn im 2. Halbjahr die Kreditkrise so halbwegs verdaut wurde? Viele könnten sich wieder von Gold und Silber trennen und woanders investieren.

Was soll dann die Juniors wieder beflügeln?

Grüße
Martin
RE: GPR

tach zusammen, ich bin nach langer Abstinez gestern wieder bei GPR eingestiegen, und sehe in 2008 grossen Potential.

Gruß,

SOM :D
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 33.139.931 von SOM.you. am 23.01.08 10:52:32Gratuliere, dann hast du wenigstens die aktuelle Marktschwäche ausgenutzt.

Ich habe bereits Anfang Januar gekauft, da ich dachte Mapimi Update kommt eher. Nun bin ich mit einem Durchschnitt von 1.30 CAD
hier drin.
Aber das macht nichts, denn Ende des Jahres wird man wissen selbst die 1.30 waren noch absolute Einstiegskurse und Glückwunsch denen die gestern für 0.90 gekauft haben.
RE: MickyMouse

naja, der Chart sieht immernoch bitter aus, und es wäre reiner Zufall, wenn die Aktie nicht noch weiter runtergeht und erstmal einen Boden ausbildet.



Da man den idealen Einstiegzeitpunkt ja bekanntlicherweise nie findet, habe ich einfach man eine Position gekauft.

Gruß,

SOM
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 33.106.055 von Martin12345 am 19.01.08 19:48:17Grüß dich Martin!

GPR wird seinen Weg gehen! Die Minen Produzieren soweit ich weiß schon auf ökonomischen Niveau und die Ausweitung der Ressourcen ist durchaus abzusehen. Momentan nach NI43-101 so ca. 27Mio oz Ag Eq!

Na ja, die Juniorproduzenten habens momentan generell nicht so leicht. Wird sich allerdings bald ändern - MUSS sich ändern!

Mal gucken, wo sich der Boden bildet :confused:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 33.151.511 von mrbk1234 am 24.01.08 07:50:09Du vergisst bei deiner Ressource nach 43-101 dass sie

1. Keine Ressource zu Guanajito ausweisen obwohl von dort die Hauptfördermenge kommt. Hier kommt Ende des Jahres die 1. Ressource

2. Das ein Update zu Mapimi ansteht. Momentan 22 Mio, von einer Stelle aus der Firma habe ich erfahren, das man mit einer Verdoppelung dieser Ressource rechnet. Also rund 45 Mio.

3. Das die 43-101 zu Topias upgedatet werden soll in den nächsten Wochen.

4. Das eine Neuentdeckung angekündigt ist, an der GPR 30% hält, die Explorationskosten aber der Partner zu 100% alleine trägt.

Egal was der Chart momentan sagt GPR ist absolut unterbewertet und es muss schon mit dem Teufel zugehen wenn wir Ende des Jahres bei nicht mindestens 2 CAD stehen.
Schöner Schlusskurs gestern:

OTCBB (USD) 3,40 +13,33% +0,400 @101.650 trades
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 33.154.144 von MickyMouse1 am 24.01.08 11:50:08Keine Frage, interessanter Wert.

Von wem hast du deine Infos?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 33.163.862 von mrbk1234 am 25.01.08 05:57:00das sollte hier nicht rein! Sorry!
Great Panther Sets New Production Records to End 2007
Monday January 28, 1:45 pm ET

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(MARKET WIRE)--Jan 28, 2008 -- GREAT PANTHER RESOURCES LIMITED (Toronto:GPR.TO - News)(the "Company") reports that both of its 100% owned Mexican mines saw major turnarounds in the fourth quarter to end 2007 with several new production records. Operational highlights include:

- Highest monthly head grade at Guanajuato since the Company took over the operation, at 161g/t silver and 1.23g/t gold in December - a 50% increase over the average for 2007.

- Highest monthly recoveries at Guanajuato of 77.6% for gold and 84.2% for silver in December.

- Second highest monthly production at Guanajuato in December, at 78,383 silver equivalent ounces (Ag Eq Oz).

- Quarterly production at Topia was 171,823 Ag Eq Oz - a 16% increase over the third quarter and roughly equaling the previous quarterly record from Q1 2007.

- Total production for the fourth quarter was 346,729 Ag Eq Oz, a 50% increase over the same period last year.

- Total production for the year of 2007 of 1,336,629 Ag Eq Oz exceeded total production for 2006 by 109%.

- New appointments of General Mine Manager, Chief Geologist and Plant Superintendent at the Guanajuato Mine.

- Francisco Ramos, formerly VP Operations, appointed new VP Business Development.

(Silver equivalents for all of 2007 were established using prices of US$600/oz Au, US$12/oz Ag, US$0.60/lb Pb and US$1.50/lb Zn. These will be revised for 2008.)

The Guanajuato Mine produced 127,624 oz of silver and 946 oz of gold from 45,773 tonnes in the fourth quarter. The December average ore grades of 161.2g/t silver and 1.23g/t gold represent a 50% increase in the silver equivalent grade as compared to the average for 2007. The increase in grade is a direct result of new grade control measures which, in turn, resulted in decreased output from the San Vicente area of the mine, a source of lower grade material, and more focus on the higher grade areas. Consequently, the monthly production actually increased by 55% from October to December despite a 33% decrease in throughput at the plant over the same period. This strategy is continuing into 2008 with the focus shifting to increasing tonnage while maintaining the now higher grades.

December output at Guanajuato was the second highest of the year, at 78,383 Ag Eq Oz, and the processing plant metal recoveries, of 77.6% for gold and 84.2% for silver, and concentrate quality, were the highest to date. As such, average recoveries for Q4 increased to 71.2% for gold and 77.1% for silver compared to 70.5% and 73.1%, respectively in Q3. A metallurgical test program is continuing in order to find ways of further improving the performance of the plant to increase precious metal recovery and concentrate quality at the higher output levels.

Mine development was focused on the Guanajuatito area in the northwest portion of the mine property, at the deep Clavo de Cata in the central part, and at the San Vicente, Promontorio and deep Rayas areas in the southeast sector of the property. While the easily accessible San Vicente area provided lower grade ore for the start up of the operation, production from this area has been reduced significantly now that new grade control measures have been implemented and higher grade material is available from other areas in the mine. At Guanajuatito, silver-gold mineralization discovered by Great Panther in a 2005 surface drilling program is being developed on the 20 metre level and is accessible by ramp. At the Clavo de Cata, mining is underway on the 430 metre level where the Company is developing the downward continuation of a significant orebody. As reported on November 29, 2007 this zone has returned grades of up to 2,017 g/t silver and 8.16 g/t gold over 10.30 metres in underground sampling while diamond drilling below this continues to intersect strong mineralization. At the deep Rayas area, on the 365 metre level, high grade pillars are being mined while development continues to access other production areas and to provide access to, and prepare, drill stations for a deep drilling program. All three of these high grade zones are open to depth.

At the Topia Mine, better vein widths and higher grades saw quarter over quarter production of silver increase by 26% to 82,850 oz, gold by 88% to 241 oz, and lead by 5% to 427,700 lbs. Zinc production decreased by 1% to 445,300 lbs. This equates to a 16% increase in overall production to 171,823 Ag Eq Oz. Overall head grades increased by 27% to 340g/t Ag, 0.9g/t Au, 2.63% Pb and 3.16% Zn (746g/t Ag Eq). Recoveries at Topia in the fourth quarter averaged 85.1% for Ag, 71.0% for Au, 88.0% for Pb and 84.1% for Zn, compared to 82.4% for Ag, 71.4% for Au, 91.4% for Pb and 81.4% for Zn in the third quarter. A total of 8,528 tonnes was processed from the Company's mines in Topia in Q4 while 2,699 tonnes were custom milled for a local miner. This represents a 10% decrease in tonnage from the previous quarter, yet the quarterly output effectively equaled the highest ever (Q1 2007 - 171,891 Ag Eq Oz) due to the higher grades.

Mine development, with planning being directed by ongoing diamond drilling, is providing access to a number of high grade narrow veins which are being exploited at the Topia operations. Great Panther expects the output to continue to improve as these veins are developed for production. On the Argentina vein, ramp development has provided access to the production sub-level above Level 2 and will soon access the main level before being deepened further to the 3rd and 4th levels. Ore from the development of the production levels is confirming results from earlier drilling.

The 2007 production of 1,336,629 Ag Eq oz from both of Great Panther's mines includes 800,666 oz of silver, 4,437 oz of gold, 1,620,400 lbs of lead, and 1,867,300 lbs of zinc. This production level represents a 109% increase over production in 2006. Guanajuato produced 710,903 Ag Eq Oz in 2007, a 358% increase over the 2006 production, while Topia produced 625,726 Ag Eq Oz in 2007, a 29% increase over 2006. As mine development increases and continued diamond drilling success establishes new resources at the mines, the Company expects this growth in production to continue through 2008. In addition, management is actively looking at ways to more significantly increase the output from both operations. Current production plans for 2008 indicate output from both operations should exceed 1.75 million ounces Ag Eq.

Robert F. Brown, P.Eng. and Vice President of Exploration for the Company is the Qualified Person for both the Guanajuato Mine and the Topia Mine, under the meaning of NI 43-101. Aspects of both mines relating to mining and metallurgy are overseen by Charles Brown, Chief Operating Officer for Great Panther and its Mexican subsidiary, Minera Mexicana El Rosario, S.A. de C.V.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Robert A. Archer, President & CEO

This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and forward-looking information within the meaning of the Securities Act (Ontario) (together, "forward-looking statements"). Such forward-looking statements may include but are not limited to the Company's plans for production at its Guanajuato and Topia Mines in Mexico, exploring its other properties in Mexico, the overall economic potential of its properties, the availability of adequate financing and involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements to be materially different. Such factors include, among others, risks and uncertainties relating to potential political risks involving the Company's operations in a foreign jurisdiction, uncertainty of production and cost estimates and the potential for unexpected costs and expenses, physical risks inherent in mining operations, currency fluctuations, fluctuations in the price of silver, gold and base metals, completion of economic evaluations, changes in project parameters as plans continue to be refined, the inability or failure to obtain adequate financing on a timely basis, and other risks and uncertainties, including those described in the Company's Annual Report on Form 20-F for the year ended December 31, 2006 and reports on Form 6-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission and available at www.sec.gov and Material Change Reports filed with the Canadian Securities Administrators and available at www.sedar.com.

SEC 20-F Statement Filed; Standard & Poor's Listed
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 33.163.867 von mrbk1234 am 25.01.08 06:01:18Ich habe ein paar mal mit der Firma telefoniert, darüber hinaus hat Doug Casey den Wert auf seiner Liste und bringt diese Facts ebenfalls.
Interessant dabei ist DC hat GPR nur als Hold im Moment, mit der Begründung er will noch ein wenig mehr sehen an Drillergebnissen, hat aber angekündigt sie auf Buy zu setzen wenn die Ergebnisse kommen.
Ich denke es wird folgendes passieren:
1. Wir werden gute Ergebnisse aus Guanayito sehen (aktuell haben sie ein 2. Drillrig eingesetzt, das tun sie nur wenn sie was neues gefunden haben). Wir werden sehen, das sie einen Kupferfund getan haben.
2. Der Markt wird uns höhere Silberpreise schenken.
3. Wenn 1 eingetreten ist, dann wird Doug Casey uns auf Buy setzen.
4. Meiner Meinung nach stehen wir dann über Nacht bei 1.50 CAD.

Also ich denke hier es sieht sehr gut aus.
Great Panther drills 0.35 m of 1,950 g/t Ag at Topia


2008-02-19 16:26 ET - News Release

Mr. Robert Archer reports

GREAT PANTHER EXTENDS SILVER-GOLD-LEAD-ZINC VEINS AT THE TOPIA MINE

Great Panther Resources Ltd.'s continuing drilling from surface and underground at the company's 100-per-cent-owned Topia mine in Durango, Mexico, continues to extend high-grade silver, gold, lead and zinc mineralization along strike, and to depth, on several of the veins that are currently being mined.

Surface drilling throughout the last two quarters of 2007 tested the downdip and strike extensions of six veins. Highlights include downdip drilling on the Cantarranas vein, in hole ST07-061, which intersected 1,950 grams per tonne silver, 1.7 g/t gold, 2.7 per cent lead and 3.01 per cent zinc over 0.35 metre; and the strike extension of the Madre vein, in hole ST07-044, which intersected 502 g/t silver, 3.78 g/t gold, 3.91 per cent lead and 5.47 per cent zinc over 0.40 m.

Underground drilling in the fourth quarter of 2007 focused on the rediscovered Don Benito vein and was highlighted by an intersection of 749 g/t silver, 5.67 g/t gold, 3.71 per cent lead and 4.96 per cent zinc over 1.27 m, in hole UT07-011, including a higher-grade portion of 1,400 g/t silver, 6.84 g/t gold, 4.54 per cent lead and 3.43 per cent zinc over 0.55 m. Holes UT07-010 to 013 (results compiled in the table) were all drilled from the same site along the Dos Amigos ramp area, at approximately the 1,500-level in a fan section, and intersected both the La Dura and the Don Benito veins (see maps on the company website).

Note: Mine levels are named according to their elevation above mean sea level and the town of Topia sits at an elevation of 1,650 metres, such that most mine levels are accessed through adits from the sides of the mountains.


HIGHLIGHTS OF RECENT UNDERGROUND DRILLING

True
From To Width width Ag Au Pb Zn
Drill hole (m) (m) (m) (m) Vein g/t g/t % %

UT07-010 9.80 9.95 0.15 0.15 La Dura 97 2.75 1.94 8.05
13.60 13.75 0.15 0.15 La Dura 406 2.19 11.5 28.6
67.03 67.90 0.87 0.83 Don Benito 35 1.39 0.12 0.81
UT07-011 34.32 35.59 1.27 1.04 Don Benito 749 5.67 3.71 4.96
including 35.04 35.59 0.55 0.45 Don Benito 1,400 6.84 4.54 3.43
UT07-012 6.70 7.07 0.37 0.21 La Dura 270 1.63 6.70 7.46
46.77 47.43 0.66 0.38 Don Benito 222 2.80 1.14 2.04
UT07-013 9.87 10.02 0.15 0.09 La Dura 175 1.48 4.08 8.42
39.60 39.95 0.35 0.20 Don Benito 769 10.10 6.65 4.25


Underground development on the Don Benito vein, accessed from La Dura level 1,585, has opened 70 m of continuous vein. Development to the east, along 40 m of strike, returned 276 g/t silver, 0.39 g/t gold, 4.32 per cent lead and 2.69 per cent zinc, with an average width of 0.61 m. Development to the west along 28 m of strike returned 105 g/t silver, 0.82 g/t gold, 0.84 per cent lead and 2.48 per cent zinc over an average width of 0.49 m. Development along the vein is continuing.

From a review of historic maps and remapping of old workings, the Don Benito vein is open from the 1,585 level, upward to at least the 1,700 level, and, considering the recent underground drilling along Don Benito from the 1,500 level, it is open downward to at least the 1,450 level. This implies a vertical extent of at least 250 m. The known strike extent of Don Benito is approximately 300 to 350 m. Underground drilling is continuing on the 1,500 level and, this month, several surface drill holes will test the Don Benito vein between the 1,585 and 1,700 levels.

Underground development and exploitation are presently taking place on eight mineralized vein structures on the Topia mine property. This includes initial development along the Don Benito vein, continued development along the Recompensa, Argentina, Madre, Cantarranas, La Dura and Animas veins, and commencement of development along the San Gregorio vein.

Surface drilling during the second half of 2007 tested the dip and strike extent of the Madre, La Dura, Animas, Cantarranas and Oliva veins. During 2007, a total of 33 surface holes were completed, totalling 7,422 metres. All of the surface and underground holes presented herein will be included in the new resource report being prepared by Wardrop Engineering, and expected in March.

In the eastern portion of the Perla area, on the Madre vein, five surface holes were completed to test the dip and strike extension of mineralization toward the Carrizo fault. Drill hole ST07-044 intersected 502 g/t silver, 3.78 g/t gold, 3.91 per cent lead and 5.47 per cent zinc over 0.40 m, while ST07-040 intersected 149 g/t silver, 5.08 g/t gold, 2.6 per cent lead and 0.8 per cent zinc over 0.6 m. The deeper holes, ST07-045 to 047, intersected the Madre vein, but with modest gold, and lower silver, lead and zinc values.

The downdip extension of the Cantarranas vein was tested in the Jicara area. Two holes were drilled with ST07-061 intersecting 1,950 g/t silver, 1.7 g/t gold, 2.7 per cent lead and 3.01 per cent zinc over 0.35 m, while the more easterly ST07-062 intersected an old stope. Further drilling is planned for 2008, as access is facilitated by the use of a short ramp from existing infrastructure.

Three holes were drilled to test the downdip extension of the La Dura vein below the 1,585 level. The drill holes reflect the grade of the underground development in this area, with the best results from ST07-042, which returned 307 g/t silver, 1.88 g/t gold, 0.13 per cent lead and 0.48 per cent zinc over 0.3 m.

Farther west along the La Dura vein, in the Dos Amigos area, holes ST07-056 and 057 intersected the La Dura vein at about the 1,400 level, and also discovered a new vein named the La Dura Alta. The best results are from ST07-057, where the La Dura Alta vein returned 1,040 g/t silver, 2.27 g/t gold, 0.3 per cent lead and 0.5 per cent zinc over 0.2 m, and the La Dura vein returned 39 g/t silver, 5.25 g/t gold, 0.3 per cent lead and 0.35 per cent zinc over 0.35 m. Underground development and exploitation in this area are continuing from the 1,420-level and 1,500-level ramp.

Both the surface and underground drilling in the western part of the Topia district continue to demonstrate higher gold grades, in addition to silver, lead and zinc. Given the typically narrow veins at Topia, the higher gold content makes a significant contribution to the value of the mineralization.

Highlights of the recent surface drilling are summarized in the table, and a plan map of veins and mine areas can be found on the company website. Presently the surface drilling is testing both the Santa Cruz and Argentina veins in the northern part of the district, and underground development is also continuing in this area. Following this, the surface drill will test the Cantarranas vein in the Jicara area, following up on ST07-061, and will further test the Don Benito vein. Results of this drilling will be reported when assay data are compiled.


HIGHLIGHTS OF RECENT SURFACE DRILLING

True
From To Width width Ag Au Pb Zn
Drill hole (m) (m) (m) (m) Vein g/t g/t % %

ST07-040 80.60 81.20 0.60 0.20 Madre 149 5.08 2.60 0.80
ST07-042 154.50 154.80 0.30 0.17 La Dura 307 1.88 0.13 0.48
ST07-043 166.50 168.12 1.62 0.92 La Dura 179 1.12 0.13 0.12
including 167.68 168.12 0.44 0.25 La Dura 371 0.55 0.06 0.02
ST07-044 182.45 182.85 0.40 0.26 Madre 502 3.78 3.91 5.47
ST07-047 182.50 183.51 1.01 0.20 Madre 22 3.93 0.14 1.10
ST07-050 67.68 68.03 0.35 0.20 Animas 114 2.58 0.40 0.74
ST07-056 82.00 82.20 0.20 0.16 La Dura Alta 111 2.79 0.30 0.50
ST07-057 105.10 105.30 0.20 0.14 La Dura Alta 1,040 2.27 0.30 0.50
204.85 205.20 0.35 0.25 La Dura 39 5.25 0.30 0.35
ST07-059 366.07 367.10 1.03 0.84 Cantarranas 118 1.14 0.07 0.23
ST07-061 202.45 202.80 0.35 0.18 Catarranas 1,950 1.70 2.70 3.01


Both the surface and underground drilling have been contracted to BDW Drilling of Guadalajara, Mexico. Analysis of the aforementioned drill core was performed by SGS Minerals Services, in its Durango, Mexico, facilities. The company's quality assurance/quality control program includes the regular insertion of blanks, duplicates and standards into the sample shipments. Aspects of the Topia mine relating to mining and metallurgy are overseen by Charles Brown, chief operating officer for Great Panther, and its wholly owned Mexican subsidiary, Minera Mexicana El Rosario SA de CV (MMR). Robert F. Brown, PEng, vice-president of exploration for Great Panther, MMR, is designated as the qualified person for the Topia mine project, under the meaning of NI 43-101, and has reviewed this news release.
Fein langsam und unbemerkt nach Norden.
Das gefällt mir!!
Bald 1,20 CAD??:D
:eek::eek:

Great Panther Extends High Grade Silver-Gold to 600 Metre Depth at Guanajuato With Drill Intersection of 5,773 g/t Ag and 15.45 g/t Au
13:29 EST Tuesday, February 26, 2008


VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Feb. 26, 2008) - GREAT PANTHER RESOURCES LIMITED (TSX:GPR) is pleased to announce that further deep diamond drilling results from core drill-holes EUG07-002 to 007 at the Company's wholly-owned Guanajuato Mine in Guanajuato, Mexico has confirmed the extension of high grade gold and silver mineralization to a depth of approximately 600 metres. This is 170 metres below the current lowest workings and highlights the potential for a major continuation of this world class orebody. Given the historical production of approximately one billion ounces of silver from the upper 400 metres of this deposit, the possibility of extending it by at least another 50% has major implications.

The six holes reported herein, plus the first hole reported in November 2007, were all drilled from the same underground drill site on the 345 level. They tested the down dip continuity, as well as the northwestern limit of the steeply southeast plunging Cata Clavo high grade ore shoot. Seven sub parallel zones of economic grade have been intersected in the drilling, and are named the Hanging Wall 1 (HW 1), Contact, Madre 1 through 4, and Footwall 1 (FW 1). The hanging wall rocks are intrusive diorite in contact with footwall argillites. The contact zone is located close to the diorite-argillite contact while the Madre 1-4 and FW-1 zones are within the argillite. All zones contain pyrite and argentite (silver sulphide), and are hosted within a package of intense silicification, brecciation, and quartz vein flooding up to 60 metres in thickness. The zones vary in thickness and grade from hole to hole but most are present in every hole.

The shallowest holes (EUG07-004 and 005) intersected the mineralized zones immediately under the 417 level, while EUG07-001, 006 and 007 tested the zones 60-70 metres down dip of the 417 level, and EUG07-002 tested the zones 200 metres down dip (-600 level). Hole EU07-003 was stopped prior to reaching the mineralized zones due to a temporary change in priorities but will be completed at a later date. The 417 level was the deepest level of previous mine workings, while current mining on the 430 level is the deepest exploitation in this part of the Guanajuato Mine Complex.

Hole EUG07-004 intersected 683g/t silver and 3.12g/t gold over 1.96 metres in the Contact zone, 1,033g/t silver and 2.88g/t gold over 1.47 metres in the Madre 1 zone and 329g/t silver and 0.92g/t gold over 8.38 metres in a composite of the Madre 2, 3, and 4 zones. At the same elevation, but further northwest, EUG07-005 intersected 1,810g/t silver and 20.6g/t gold over 0.26 metres in the Contact zone, and 203g/t silver and 0.82g/t gold over 5.05 metres in the Madre 2 zone.

The intermediate depth holes include EUG07-001 which was previously reported (November 29, 2007) as containing an Upper Zone (now interpreted as the Contact Zone) of 279 g/t silver and 1.01 g/t gold over 3.63 metres, including a core of 0.55 metres assaying 1,250 g/t silver and 4.47 g/t gold, and a Lower (Madre 2) Zone that returned 609 g/t silver and 1.91 g/t gold over 3.24 metres, including 1.25 metres of 1,010 g/t silver and 2.97 g/t gold. EUG07-001 was drilled to test an area below the 417 level in the Cata Clavo, with the upper zone being 40 metres, and the lower zone 65 metres vertically below the 417 level, respectively. EUG07-007 was drilled to the northwest and intersected 1.56 metres grading 324g/t silver and 1.2g/t gold in the Madre 1 zone and 1.74 metres grading 165g/t silver and 0.5g/t gold in the Madre 2 zone. EUG07-006 drilled farther to the northwest intersected the various zones but with low grades, and likely reflects the northwest limits of the Cata Clavo ore shoot. Drilling is continuing to the southeast.

The deepest hole in this series is EUG07-002, which intersected all seven zones near the interpreted northwestern edge of the Cata Clavo oreshoot, and was highlighted by a one metre intersection grading 5,773g/t silver and 15.45g/t gold in the HW 1 zone. This intersection lies at an approximate depth of 600 metres, 170 metres vertically below the current mine workings and 240 metres down-dip. This opens up a very large area at depth for resource development and exploitation.

The validation of the widely spaced and poorly sampled historical drill holes is important in that 1) those holes indicated a strike length of approximately 300 metres for the Cata mineralization, 2) similar results were obtained below the Rayas and Valenciana Mine and 3) most of the 4.2 kilometre strike length of the Great Panther property has not been explored to depth.

Highlights of drill hole intersections:

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True
From To Width Width Silver Gold
Hole # (m) (m) (m) (m) g/t g/t Zone
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EUG07-001(i) 132.83 136.46 3.63 3.29 279 1.01 Contact
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including(i) 135.15 135.70 0.55 0.50 1,250 4.47
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156.16 159.40 3.24 2.94 609 1.91 Madre 2
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including(i) 158.15 159.40 1.25 1.13 1,010 2.97
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EUG07-002 190.77 191.77 1.00 0.57 5,773 15.45 HW 1
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EUG07-003 incomplete
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EUG07-004 106.86 108.82 1.96 1.96 683 3.12 Contact
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121.96 122.66 0.70 0.70 1,168 5.12 Madre 1
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135.28 143.66 8.38 8.38 329 0.92 Composite
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including 135.28 136.75 1.47 1.47 1,033 2.88 Madre 2
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and 138.46 140.17 1.71 1.71 179 0.51 Madre 3
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and 142.46 143.66 1.20 1.20 622 1.52 Madre 4
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EUG07-005 102.32 102.58 0.26 0.24 145 0.37 HW 1
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109.00 109.26 0.26 0.24 1,810 20.60 Contact
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117.75 118.23 0.48 0.45 485 1.93 Madre 1
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126.03 131.10 5.07 4.77 203 0.82 Madre 2
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including 126.03 127.75 1.72 1.62 324 1.16 Madre 2
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EUG07-006 188.78 189.13 0.35 0.27 421 0.18 FW 1
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EUG07-007 105.72 105.92 0.20 0.17 210 1.17 HW 1
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EUG07-007 141.24 142.80 1.56 1.36 324 1.20 Madre 1
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EUG07-007 148.76 150.50 1.74 1.51 165 0.50 Madre 2
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EUG07-007 191.01 191.60 0.59 0.51 134 0.46 FW 1
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(i)previously reported.


A longitudinal section and cross sections of the drill holes can be viewed on the Company's website at www.greatpanther.com. Drilling is continuing from the second of six underground sites located 50 metres along strike to the southeast of the first site. Following the deep drilling at Cata, Great Panther will continue to test the area to the southeast, towards and below the Rayas shaft and under the historically high grade Rayas Clavo, which contained strong gold-silver mineralization down to the 450 metre level in previous workings.

This ongoing program, now budgeted at 16,000 metres in 68 holes, will ultimately test an area between the 400 and 650 metre levels (dip length of 350 metres) along a strike length of 1,000 metres. Results will be released on a regular basis. Mining development on the 430 metre level of the Cata Clavo is continuing and the ramp will be extended to lower levels of the Cata Mine area.

Samples were assayed by SGS at the Company's Guanajuato Mine site laboratory and diamond drilling was contracted to Canrock Drilling, of San Luis de Potosi. Robert F. Brown, P. Eng and Vice President of Exploration for the Company, is the Qualified Person for the Guanajuato Mine Project, under the meaning of NI43-101, and has reviewed these results. The Company's QA/QC program includes the regular insertion of blanks, duplicates and standards into the sample shipments, plus ISO certified laboratory checks.

Great Panther owns a 100% interest in the Guanajuato Mine Complex. Historically, the Guanajuato Mine was one of the largest silver producers in Mexico and encompasses the core of the Guanajuato District, which has produced 1.2 billion ounces of silver and 4.5 million ounces gold.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Robert A. Archer, President & CEO

This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and forward-looking information within the meaning of the Securities Act (Ontario) (together, "forward-looking statements"). Such forward-looking statements may include but are not limited to the Company's plans for production at its Guanajuato and Topia Mines in Mexico, exploring its other properties in Mexico, the overall economic potential of its properties, the availability of adequate financing and involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cgoldse the actual results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements to be materially different. Such factors include, among others, risks and uncertainties relating to potential political risks involving the Company's operations in a foreign jurisdiction, uncertainty of production and cost estimates and the potential for unexpected costs and expenses, physical risks inherent in mining operations, currency fluctuations, fluctuations in the price of silver, gold and base metals, completion of economic evaluations, changes in project parametres as plans continue to be refined, the inability or failure to obtain adequate financing on a timely basis, and other risks and uncertainties, including those described in the Company's Annual Report on Form 20-F for the year ended December 31, 2006 and reports on Form 6-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission and available at www.sec.gov and Material Change Reports filed with the Canadian Securities Administrators and available at www.sedar.com.

SEC 20-F Statement Filed; Standard & Poor's Listed

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:

Great Panther Resources Limited
Brad Aelicks
(604) 685-6465


Email: info@greatpanther.com


or

Great Panther Resources Limited
Don Mosher
(604) 685-6465

(604) 899-4303 (FAX)
Email: info@greatpanther.com
Website: www.greatpanther.com

:eek::eek::eek::D:D:D
RE: GPR

ich finde die Werte ebenfalls traumhaft.
Glück braucht der Mensch. :D

SOM
Wie weit gehts noch? Die Aktie wurde ja wie viele andere runter geprügelt.
Müsste eigentlich normal bei 2 Cad stehen.
Und jetzt diese Ergebnisse.[/b]

Es könnte sein das wir hier sehr schnell nach oben schießen.

Ich stell mal die Beurteilung aus dem Morganbericht vom Januar 2008 rein.:


Great Panther Resources, Ltd.
(TSX: GPR; OTC:GPRLF

Web: http://www.greatpanther.com/s/Home.asp
91,3 Mio. Aktien, komplett verwässert
Letzter Kurs: 1,19 $
Performance 2007: -40 %

Nach einem Jahr rasanten Wachstums 2006, in dem Great
Panther zwei Minen zur Produktion bringen konnte, gibt das
Unternehmen unumwunden zu, daß es als „Start-up“-
Unternehmen zu schnell gewachsen ist. Im Nachhinein
gesehen waren die Produktionsaussichten überaus
ambitioniert. Zu der Belastung des Unternehmens kamen der
Börsengang an der Torontoer Börse Ende 2006 und die
Einhaltung der SOX Vorschriften auf Grund der
Firmenregistrierung nach 20-F in den USA hinzu. Der Fall der
GPR-Aktie unter den Schwellenwert von 2,00 $ hat das Ziel
des AMEX-Listings nach hinten verzögert. Deshalb hat GPR
den Großteil von 2007 damit verbracht, sich auf die
grundlegenden Personal- und operativen Fragen zu
konzentrieren.
GPR hat einen neuen COO und einen neuen CFO eingestellt
und außerdem seine Buchhaltungsabteilung in Vancouver
verstärkt. Um die Produktion zu verbessern, wurden im
Flaggschiff-Projekt Guanajuato ein neuer Minenmanager, ein
Chef-Geologe, ein Chef-Buchhalter und ein Firmenaufseher
eingestellt. Nebenbei bemerkt, der Rechtsstreit, in den GPR
wegen Guanajuato im ersten Halbjahr hineingezogen wurde,
wurde komplett aus dem Weg geräumt. Einige verstimmte
Mitglieder der Minenkooperative, die die Mine an GPR
verkauft hatte, hatten ihre eigene Verwaltung verklagt.
Hinsichtlich der Produktion liegt das Hauptaugenmerk in
Guanajuato auf der Verbesserung der Verarbeitungsgehalte
und der Ausbeuten an Gold und Silber. Neue Gehalts-
Kontroll-Prozeduren wurden eingeführt, eine metallurgische
Studie veranlaßt und unter den alten Minenbauten werden
durch ein Tiefenbohrprogramm neue hochgradige
Ressourcen ausgemacht. Das erste Loch dieses Programms
traf auf eine obere Zone, die über 3,63 Meter 279 g/t Silber
und 1,01 g/t Gold brachte. Dabei war auch ein Kern von
0,55 Metern, der 1.250 g/t Silber und 4,47 g/t Gold enthielt.
Eine tiefere Zone enthielt 609 g/t Silber und 1,91 g/t Gold
über 3,24 Meter, inklusive 1,25 Meter mit 1.010 g/t Silber
und 2,97 g/t Gold. Erste Untergrundentwicklung in dieser
Zone erbrachte 2.017 g/t Silber und 8,16 g/t über eine
Teilweite von 10,30 Metern, während eine Teil-Verlaufslänge
über 38,30 Meter entlang einer Erschließungsstrecke 202 g/t
Silber und 0,63 g/t Gold über eine durchschnittliche Breite
von 3,63 Metern enthielt. Bei Guanajuato geht man davon
aus, daß es 2007 ungefähr 700.000 Unzen Silberäquivalent
(Ag Eq Oz) produziert, verarbeitet werden momentan 500 bis
600 Tonnen pro Tag. Dies ist eine gedrosselte Rate, bis
Betriebsprobleme gelöst sind.
Die Produktion von Topia im Staat Durango, Mexiko, ist
konstant bei 160 bis 180 Tonnen pro Tag geblieben.
Ausschlaggebend hierfür ist die Minenentwicklung, die dem
Unternehmen durch Durchsatzerhöhung ermöglichen wird.
Die Mine sollte 2007 ca. 625.000 Unzen Silberäquivalent
fördern. In Topia laufen Explorationsbohrungen und ein
aktualisierter NI 43-101 Bericht soll durch Wardrop
Engineering im ersten Quartal 2007 (sic!, verm. gemeint
2008, d.Ü) geliefert werden.
Das dritte fortgeschrittene Projekt von GPR, Mapimi (ehemals
Km 66), beinhaltet ein Tagebauziel mit einer NI 43-101
Ressource von 22,3 Unzen Silberäquivalent. 2007 bohrte
GPR 29 Löcher, um die Ressource auszubauen und eine neue
NI43-101 Schätzung soll Anfang Januar 2008 folgen. Die
Firma hat luftgestützte elektromagnetische und eine Boden-IPUntersuchung
letztes Jahr abgeschlossen und zwei
kilometerlange Ziele definiert, die momentan Bohrtests
unterzogen werden. Das Mapimi-Projekt ist geologisch
gesehen der Peñasquito-Lagerstätte von Goldcorp sehr
ähnlich. Great Panther denkt, daß das Mapimi-Projekt
letztendlich das Potential für eine 100 Mio. Unzen
umfassende Ressource hat.
2007 hat Great Panther keine Finanzierungen
abgeschlossen, sondern verließ sich auf die Einnahmen aus
der Ausübung von Warrants und den Mitteln aus den
Verkäufen der Konzentrate von beiden Minen (100 % aller
0,90 $ Warrants wurden ausgeübt und dies hat nun alle
erkennbaren Überhänge vom Markt entfernt.) Erst einmal ist
das Unternehmen in der Lage, für sämtliche Explorationen
und Erschließungen selbst aufzukommen, und somit jegliche
weitere Verwässerung zu vermeiden.

2007 wurde genutzt, das Unternehmen zu stärken, indem
man die Produktion beider Minen, die Ressourcen und das
Potential für eine dritte Mine erhöht hat.

Great Panther ist nun in einer guten Ausgangsposition, 2008
signifikant neu bewertet zu werden.

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 33.486.198 von SOM.you. am 27.02.08 00:40:04RE: GPR

Great panther knallt zu Handelsbegin´n an die Decke.

aktuell CAD 1,41 +16 % :D

SOM
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 33.492.035 von SOM.you. am 27.02.08 15:34:30RE: GPR

jetzt CAD 1,50 :eek:

YESS !

SOM
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 33.492.076 von SOM.you. am 27.02.08 15:36:39RE: GPR

jetzt real time CAD 1,63 :rolleyes:

Was ist denn da im Busch.....oder standen die gestern auf der Leitung ?


SOM
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 33.492.210 von SOM.you. am 27.02.08 15:43:30
Habe die Vorbörse in Can beobachtet und mir hier
noch schnell ein paar für 0,88 € geholt.

Bid : 1.04 AsK:1,12
Jetzt aber schöne Gewinnmitnahmen,
war ja gestern morgen noch bei 1,05 CAd.

Mal sehen wo wir uns heute nachmittag einpendeln.
Am Montag hat A-R Great Panther als Vollanalyse vorgestellt, somit ist der Wert auch in Deutschland nicht unbekannt. Wirklich genial, schon so schnell fast 50%. Der Grund ist wirklich die genialen Drillergebnisse: über 5.000 Gramm Silber je Tonne und weitere sehr gute Resultate.
Bisher hatte Great Panther nur zwischen 120-300 Gramm.
Fazit von A-R:
Eine Wette auf die Explorationsergebnisse" und "möglicherweise noch 1 Mrd. Unzen im Boden, die dazu kommen könnten".

Gruss,
Hoschie
Great Panther indicates 22.29 million Ag eq. oz


2008-03-19 12:59 ET - News Release

Mr. Brad Aelicks reports

GREAT PANTHER RECEIVES UPGRADED MINERAL RESOURCE ESTIMATE FOR LA GLORIA ZONE AT MAPIMI SILVER-LEAD-ZINC PROPERTY

Wardrop Engineering (Wardrop) of Vancouver, B.C., has delivered an updated National Instrument 43-101-compliant mineral resource estimate for the La Gloria/Las Palmitas zones on Great Panther Resources Ltd.'s Mapimi project in northeastern Durango state, Mexico. The new estimate has effectively upgraded the previous resource of 22.3 million silver equivalent ounces (Ag Eq ounces) from the inferred to the indicated category and added an additional 6.3 million Ag Eq ounces in the inferred category for a global resource of 28.6 million recoverable Ag Eq ounces.

The new estimate includes the 29 core holes, representing 6,298 metres, completed during Great Panther's phase I drilling program in the first half of 2007. This program consisted mostly of infill holes focused on the La Gloria zone and adjacent Las Palmitas zone in an effort to confirm, expand and better delineate the previous inferred mineral resource of 4,969,800 tonnes at a grade of 59 grams per tonne (g/t) Ag, 0.13 g/t Au, 0.81 per cent Pb and 1.31 per cent Zn estimated in 2006 by Wardrop from reverse circulation and core drilling of Coeur d'Alene Mines Corp., completed in 1997 to 1998 (see news in Stockwatch on Sept. 18, 2006).

The 2007 phase I drilling at Mapimi has increased the confidence level of the resource, resulting in a new indicated mineral resource estimated at 6,585,900 tonnes grading 28 g/t silver, 0.09 g/t gold, 0.41 per cent lead and 1.14 per cent Zn, and an inferred mineral resource at 2,027,900 tonnes grading 34 g/t silver, 0.13 g/t gold, 0.54 per cent lead and 0.81 per cent zinc. A breakdown of the resources by zone, type (oxide or sulphide) and category can be found in the tables. The final report itself will be posted on the company's website and on SEDAR once it is received from Wardrop (anticipated by early April).

In the new resource estimate, Wardrop has used different parameters than in 2006, such that the new estimate is considered to be more robust. In keeping with the previously reported resource estimate, Wardrop has applied a cut-off grade of 50 g/t silver equivalent (Ag Eq). Metal prices and recoveries used were $9.55 (U.S.) per ounce and 76 per cent, respectively, for silver, $530 (U.S.) per ounce and 70 per cent for gold, 63 U.S. cents per pound and 80 per cent for lead, and $1 (U.S.) per pound and 80 per cent for zinc. Statistically higher grade samples were also removed by capping the assay data at 150 g/t for silver, 3.0 g/t for gold and 4.5 per cent for each of lead and zinc. Wardrop used ordinary kriging and inverse distance squared to estimate the resource, with blocks of five metres by five m by five m being used for the three-dimensional model. Metallurgical recoveries used are the same as for the 2006 resource estimate, which were based upon tests conducted by Silver Standard Resources Inc. in 1999 as part of a property review.

The new resource represents a total of 22,297,800 Ag Eq ounces in the indicated category and 6,305,000 in the inferred category. The uncapped resource would represent a total of 23,661,200 Ag Eq ounces in the indicated category and 6,714,200 in the inferred category. With the benefit of the added drill holes, Wardrop has reinterpreted the geological model of the mineralized zones and, while this has increased the confidence level, it has placed greater physical constraints on the model and, in particular, reduced the interpreted size of the Las Palmitas zone.

The delay in releasing the updated resource estimate is due to the fact that, as part of the review process, it was found that while Great Panther's phase I drilling compared favourably with the reverse circulation (RC) drilling completed by Coeur d'Alene, the latter's diamond drilling returned significantly higher silver and lead grades. This apparent inconsistency necessitated the reassaying of some of the Coeur d'Alene drill core and a thorough check of all databases, statistics, calculations and interpretations. The company is now satisfied that all assays are valid and that the difference in assay levels between drilling programs is due to the fact that the Coeur d'Alene diamond drill holes were mostly drilled into what is now interpreted as a higher grade core of the mineralized zone, while its RC holes and Great Panther's diamond drill holes were mostly drilled outside of this core, on a more systematic basis.

The effect of the higher commodity prices used in the current resource estimate compared with those used in 2006 is that lower grade material now becomes potentially economic, which thereby lowers the average grade of the resource while increasing the tonnage. Thus, the new resource represents an increase in tonnage of approximately 73 per cent while the average grade of the indicated and inferred resources is now 105 g/t Ag Eq and 97 g/t Ag Eq, respectively, compared with 139 g/t Ag Eq in the 2006 resource. As such, the estimated recoverable ounces of silver equivalent have increased by approximately 28 per cent.


RESOURCE GRADES (CAPPED)

Rock group Grade group Density Tonnage Au Ag Pb Zn Ag Eq
tonnes/m3 g/t g/t (%) (%) g/t

Oxide Indicated 2.48 4,272,400 0.09 32 0.46 0.95 99
Inferred 2.48 927,000 0.08 32 0.50 0.80 91
Sulphide Indicated 2.66 2,313,400 0.11 22 0.30 1.50 118
Inferred 2.66 1,100,900 0.16 36 0.57 0.83 101
--------- ---- -- ---- ---- ---
Total indicated 6,585,900 0.09 28 0.41 1.14 105
Total inferred 2,027,900 0.13 34 0.54 0.81 97



CONTAINED METAL AND RECOVERABLE AG EQ

Rock group Grade group Tonnage Au Ag
oz oz

Oxide Indicated 4,272,400 12,036 4,349,036
Inferred 927,000 2,440 967,315
Sulphide Indicated 2,313,400 7,794 1,652,527
Inferred 1,100,900 5,690 1,266,355
--------- ------ ---------
Total indicated 6,585,900 19,831 6,001,563
Total inferred 2,027,900 8,130 2,233,670

Rock group Pb Zn Ag Eq Ag Eq
lb lb grams ounces

Oxide 43,260,764 89,815,540 420,944,817 13,535,203
10,269,078 16,257,856 84,707,530 2,723,715
Sulphide 15,542,659 76,382,524 272,518,009 8,762,637
13,839,819 20,063,455 111,378,052 3,581,288
---------- ----------- ----------- ----------
Total indicated 58,803,423 166,198,064 693,462,827 22,297,840
Total inferred 24,108,898 36,321,311 196,085,582 6,305,003


Great Panther's 2007 phase I drilling determined that the La Gloria and Las Palmitas zones are structurally complex and fault bounded on all sides, including to depth where a shallow-dipping fault system appears to cut off the mineralization at depths of 100 to 200 metres. The La Gloria resource represents approximately 360 metres of strike length with widths of up to 150 metres and may still be open to the southwest. Las Palmitas extends for approximately 200 metres of strike length and is up to 50 metres wide. The width of both zones is greater near surface and appears to pinch at depth, a shape that lends itself well to open pit mining. The level of oxidation lies at 60 to 80 metres below surface.

The work to date on La Gloria and Las Palmitas has resulted in a well-defined resource that can now be modelled for extraction by open pit mining methods. An in-house scoping study has been initiated that will examine basic issues such as permitting, metallurgy, transportation, mining, milling and construction costs. While this will lay the groundwork for later feasibility studies, it is still the company's objective to increase the size of the overall project resource by drilling targets outside of La Gloria/Las Palmitas. The Mapimi project comprises approximately 15,000 hectares, much of which is still unexplored.

To this end, the phase II diamond drilling program, which commenced in October, 2007, is testing two large coincident geological, geochemical and geophysical anomalies, namely the Central (Bull's Eye) and North zones. The mineralization at La Gloria/Las Palmitas consists of disseminated pyrite, galena and sphalerite hosted within hydrothermal breccias and stockworks, brecciated sediments and rhyolite associated with a cluster of rhyolite domes. Similar host rocks and mineralization are now known to be areally extensive on the property and the widely spaced phase II drilling has also intersected skarn alteration and mineralization to the north of La Gloria, suggesting that the latter zone may be only a peripheral portion of a much larger intrusive-related system.

The strong chargeability responses within the Bull's Eye anomaly are interpreted to represent alteration halos of widespread disseminated pyrite, containing more discrete zones of silver-gold-lead-zinc mineralization. The La Gloria zone is part of the southern tip of the 2,000-metre-long, by up to 800-metre-wide Bull's Eye anomaly. In addition, the 1,000-metre by 700-metre North zone displays skarn alteration and lead-zinc-copper sulphides on surface and at depth at the contact between rhyolite and limestone, suggesting the potential for higher grade, skarn and/or carbonate replacement-style mineralization. Eighteen holes (Nos. 30-47) have now been completed in the phase II program and assay results are being compiled as they come in.

La Gloria and Las Palmitas are located just a few hundred metres from a paved highway and approximately 100 kilometres from Penoles's smelter at Torreon. This should significantly reduce certain development and operational costs and will be an important consideration as the company examines various production scenarios. Great Panther is earning a 100-per-cent interest in the Mapimi property, subject to a 3-per-cent net smelter returns royalty.

The drilling at Mapimi is being conducted by BDW Drilling of Guadalajara, Mexico. The company's quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) program includes the regular insertion of blanks, duplicates and standards into the sample shipments, plus ISO certified laboratory checks. Robert F. Brown, PEng, and vice-president of exploration for Great Panther and its wholly owned subsidiary, Minera Mexicana El Rosario SA de CV, is designated as the qualified person for the Mapimi project under the meaning of NI 43-101 and has reviewed this news release.

We seek Safe Harbor.


SOM
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 33.689.505 von SOM.you. am 19.03.08 19:04:39Der Kommentar von Doug Casey dazu:

Not many stocks will advance on a day like today (which is great news for Stink Bid speculators), and GPR was no exception, in spite of this encouraging news. Of course, 28.6 million ounces of low grade silver wouldn't excite the market much on a good day for silver, but this stuff sits at surface right up the road from a smelter. And the current resource is based on drilling in just two out of more than a dozen targets--some of which are being drilled as we type, with assays pending. In short, the company is doing what it said it would do with this project.

And this is all value added on top of the company's flagship Guanajuato mine and high grade Topia mine. Excellent drill results from the former of these late last month nearly doubled the stock, making us glad we held on. We're still not ready to issue a new Buy recommendation, but we're very pleased to see the company making progress on the kinds of things that can get the share price headed back north again, and we're still holding.
Great Panther Extends Strike Length of Deep Mineralization at Guanajuato Mine; Drills 10.82 Metres @ 174g/t Silver and 0.75g/t Gold and 1.42 Metres @ 1,482g/t Silver and 5.14g/t Gold

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Mar 25, 2008 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX News Network) --
GREAT PANTHER RESOURCES LIMITED (TSX: GPR) is pleased to announce that continued deep diamond drilling at the Company's wholly-owned Guanajuato Mine in Guanajuato, Mexico is extending the silver-gold mineralization along strike to the southeast. Drill-holes EUG07-008 to 012 were all collared 50 metres southeast of holes EUG07-001 to 007 on the 345 level cross cut to test the down dip and strike continuity of the Cata Clavo. All drill holes intersected significant mineralization in multiple zones with some demonstrating excellent widths and others, excellent grades.

Hole EUG07-008 intersected 1.7 metres grading 395g/t silver and 2.13g/t gold in the HW1 zone but had to be abandoned prematurely due to technical reasons. Significant widths of mineralization were intersected in the Veta Madre zone in holes EUG07-009 and EUG07-010, while in EUG08-011 the Veta Madre consisted of several mineralized splays. EUG07-009 intersected 7.36 metres grading 135g/t silver and 0.47g/t gold, while EUG07-010 intersected 10.82 metres grading 174g/t silver and 0.75g/t gold (including 3.52 metres grading 362g/t silver and 1.58g/t gold) in the Veta Madre zone. Holes EUG07-008 to 010 were drilled to intersect the mineralized zones just below the existing workings on the 430 metre level in order to guide mine development in this area. EUG08-011, drilled below the previous three, intersected 0.33 metres grading 4,280g/t silver and 13.1g/t gold and 1.03 metres grading 176g/t silver and 6.01g/t gold in Veta Madre 1 and 2, respectively.

The HW1 zone was further tested to a vertical depth of 500 metres, in EUG08-012, with three intersections, the best of which returned 1.42 metres grading 1,482g/t silver and 5.14g/t gold. This interval matches well with the high grade intersection located 50 metres to the northwest and down dip in previously reported (Feb. 26, 2008) EUG07-002 which intersected 1.0 metre grading 5,773g/t silver and 15.45g/t gold in the HW1 zone. Highlights are detailed in the table below and maps and sections can be viewed on the Company's website at www.greatpanther.com.

Holes EUG08-013 to 016 were also drilled from this second station and assays are being compiled. Drilling is now continuing from the third of six underground stations, located another 50 metres to the southeast of the second site. To date, every hole in the deep drilling at Cata has intersected good mineralization and the program is confirming wide spaced historic drill data that indicated the extension of silver-gold mineralization in this area for at least 150 metres below the existing workings and over a strike length of approximately 300 metres. Seven sub-parallel zones of economic note have now been identified within a system of intense silicification, brecciation, and quartz vein flooding up to 60 metres in thickness.

Samples were assayed by SGS at the Company's Guanajuato Mine site laboratory and diamond drilling was contracted to Canrock Drilling, of San Luis de Potosi. Robert F. Brown, P. Eng and Vice President of Exploration for the Company, is the Qualified Person for the Guanajuato Mine Project, under the meaning of NI43-101, and has reviewed these results. The Company's QA/QC program includes the regular insertion of blanks and standards into the sample shipments, plus ISO certified laboratory checks.

Great Panther owns a 100% interest in the Guanajuato Mine Complex. Historically, the Guanajuato Mine was one of the largest silver producers in Mexico and encompasses the core of the Guanajuato District, which has produced 1.2 billion ounces of silver and 4.5 million ounces gold.

Highlights of drill hole intersections:Hole # From To Width True Width Silver Gold Zone (m) (m) (m) (m) (g/t) (g/t)----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EUG07-008 90.05 91.75 1.70 1.70 395 2.13 HW 1----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EUG07-009 145.47 152.83 7.36 7.36 135 0.47 V. Madre----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EUG07-010 88.98 89.58 0.60 0.60 300 0.95 HW 1----------------------------------------------------------------------- 144.80 155.62 10.82 10.82 174 0.75 V. Madre-----------------------------------------------------------------------including 144.80 148.32 3.52 3.52 362 1.58 V. Madre----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EUG08-011 134.96 143.50 8.54 7.69 89 1.43 Contact----------------------------------------------------------------------- 145.38 145.71 0.33 0.30 4,280 13.10 V. Madre 1----------------------------------------------------------------------- 148.29 149.32 1.03 0.93 176 6.01 V. Madre 2----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EUG08-012 140.22 141.64 1.42 0.99 1,482 5.14 HW 1----------------------------------------------------------------------- 145.38 147.13 1.75 1.23 315 1.44 HW 1----------------------------------------------------------------------- 156.96 162.54 5.58 3.91 213 0.63 HW 1-----------------------------------------------------------------------
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Robert A. Archer, President & CEO

This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and forward-looking information within the meaning of the Securities Act (Ontario) (together, "forward-looking statements"). Such forward-looking statements may include but are not limited to the Company's plans for production at its Guanajuato and Topia Mines in Mexico, exploring its other properties in Mexico, the overall economic potential of its properties, the availability of adequate financing and involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements to be materially different. Such factors include, among others, risks and uncertainties relating to potential political risks involving the Company's operations in a foreign jurisdiction, uncertainty of production and cost estimates and the potential for unexpected costs and expenses, physical risks inherent in mining operations, currency fluctuations, fluctuations in the price of silver, gold and base metals, completion of economic evaluations, changes in project parameters as plans continue to be refined, the inability or failure to obtain adequate financing on a timely basis, and other risks and uncertainties, including those described in the Company's Annual Report on Form 20-F for the year ended December 31, 2006 and reports on Form 6-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission and available at www.sec.gov and Material Change Reports filed with the Canadian Securities Administrators and available at www.sedar.com.

SEC 20-F Statement Filed

Standard & Poor's Listed

Contacts: Great Panther Resources Limited Brad Aelicks (604) 685-6465 Great Panther Resources Limited Don Mosher (604) 685-6465 (604) 899-4303 (FAX) e-mail: info@greatpanther.com

SOURCE: Great Panther Resources Limited

mailto:info@greatpanther.com

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Der Kommentar von Doug Casey dazu:

The possibility of the new kilos/t intersections connecting to the previous ones is very important for this company, which has had grade control issues at this project. The overall result is clearly one of adding tonnage in an area that can be developed relatively quickly for processing through the company's mill. All to the good. With more results form this area on the way, we're glad we held on, but would still not recommend the stock to newcomers to the play. We look forward to the next round of results.
Great Panther Announces FY2007 Results, Achieves First Mining Profits, Revenues Increase by More Than $10 Million

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Mar 31, 2008 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX News Network) --
GREAT PANTHER RESOURCES LIMITED (TSX: GPR) (the "Company") today reported revenues and earnings results for its year ended December 31, 2007.

HIGHLIGHTS

Mine Production & Development

- 2007 earnings from mining operations (before amortization and depletion of mineral properties, plant and equipment) were $1.4 million compared to a loss of $50,000 in 2006.

- 147% increase in mineral sales revenue to $17.5 million for the year ended December 31, 2007 from $7.1 million for the previous year.

- 109% increase in total production for both mines for the year to 1,336,629 ounces of Silver Equivalent (oz of Ag Eq) from 638,860 Ag Eq oz in 2006.

- 29% increase in production at Topia to 625,726 Ag Eq oz from 483,775 Ag Eq oz in 2006.

- 358% increase in production at Guanajuato to 710,903 Ag Eq oz from 155,085 Ag Eq oz in 2006.

Exploration

- New underground development and deep diamond drilling in 2007 and early 2008 at the Guanajuato Mine confirmed the depth extension of high grade gold and silver mineralization below the old workings to a depth of approximately 600 metres.

- Phase I surface drilling during 2007 on the La Gloria zone at the Mapimi Project yielded an upgraded and expanded NI 43-101 compliant global resource base of 28.6 million Ag Eq oz, comprising an Indicated Mineral Resource of 22.3 million Ag Eq oz and an Inferred Mineral Resource of 6.3 million Ag Eq oz.

Corporate

- Management team strengthened during 2007 with appointments of Charles Brown as Chief Operating Officer, Raakel Iskanius as Chief Financial Officer and Ing. Francisco Ramos Sanchez as Vice President of Business Development.

Financial

- Raised $9.4 million from the exercise of options and warrants.

- Positive working capital as of December 31, 2007 of $10.7 million.

- Repaid all debt related to the acquisition of a 100% interest in the Topia Mine.

Selected Financial Data

(CAD$000's)

This summary of selected financial data should be read in conjunction with the management discussion and analysis ("MD&A") of the audited consolidated operating results and financial condition of the company for the three and 12 months ended December 31, 2007 and 2006.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------- Three Months Twelve Months Ended Ended December 31 December 31-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2007 2006 2007 2006--------------------------------------------------------------------------Revenue $ 5,267 $ 3,876 $ 17,487 $ 7,069Investment in mineral property exploration (expensed)(1) (1,862) (2,279) (6,803) (3,968)Earnings (loss) (6,515) (7,785) (19,701) (15,084)Cash used in operating activities (3,495) (3,948) (12,484) (11,433)Cash generated by financing activities 6,420 1,330 11,996 21,083Cash invested in mineral property costs, plant and equipment (56) (1,115) (3,362) (5,737)-------------------------------------------------------------------------- December 31, December 31,Financial Position 2007 2006--------------------------------------------------------------------------Cash and cash equivalents 5,358 9,208Current assets 12,965 14,755Current liabilities 2,305 2,222Working capital 10,660 12,533Total assets 31,053 32,132--------------------------------------------------------------------------(1) Cumulative mineral property exploration expenditures at December 31, 2007 are $14.8 million, and are not included in total assets.
"We are extremely pleased with our progress during the year on several fronts. Our mineral sales revenue grew to over $17 million, we achieved our first ever mining profit, and most importantly, for the future, the new underground development and drilling activities we have undertaken are showing positive results," stated Kaare Foy, Great Panther's Executive Chairman.

"Both Kaare and I are thankful for all of the hard work that our growing management team has put in over the past year and we look forward to more success as we embark on a new growth phase as an operating and exploration business," added Robert Archer, Great Panther's President and CEO.

Results for the year ended December 31, 2007 may be viewed on SEDAR and the Company's website www.greatpanther.com.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Robert A. Archer, President & CEO

Kaare G. Foy, Executive Chairman

ABOUT GREAT PANTHER RESOURCES LIMITED

Great Panther's mission is to become a leading primary silver producer by acquiring, developing and profitably mining precious metals in Mexico. We are committed to conducting ourselves with fairness and integrity, and managing all business activities in an environmentally responsible and cost-effective manner, while contributing to the well-being of the communities in which we live and work. Great Panther is one of the fastest growing primary silver producers in Mexico with strong leverage to future rises in the price of silver. The Company owns a 100% interest in two operating mines and two high quality exploration projects in Mexico, and employs almost 600 people. With strong, established local management and infrastructure, Great Panther's immediate goal is to realize positive cash flow through progressively increasing production.

FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTS

This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and forward-looking information within the meaning of the Securities Act (Ontario) (together, "forward-looking statements"). Such forward-looking statements may include but are not limited to the Company's plans for production at its Guanajuato and Topia Mines in Mexico, exploring its other properties in Mexico, the overall economic potential of its properties, the availability of adequate financing and involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements to be materially different. Such factors include, among others, risks and uncertainties relating to potential political risks involving the Company's operations in a foreign jurisdiction, uncertainty of production and cost estimates and the potential for unexpected costs and expenses, physical risks inherent in mining operations, currency fluctuations, fluctuations in the price of silver, gold and base metals, completion of economic evaluations, changes in project parameters as plans continue to be refined, the inability or failure to obtain adequate financing on a timely basis, and other risks and uncertainties, including those described in the Company's Annual Report on Form 20-F for the year ended December 31, 2007 and reports on Form 6-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission and available at www.sec.gov and Material Change Reports filed with the Canadian Securities Administrators and available at www.sedar.com.

SEC 20-F STATEMENT FILED; STANDARD & POOR'S LISTED

Contacts: Great Panther Resources Limited Robert Archer (604) 608-1766 Great Panther Resources Limited Kaare Foy (604) 608-1766 (604) 608-1744 (FAX) Website: www.greatpanther.com

SOURCE: Great Panther Resources Limited

http://www.greatpanther.com

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Apr 07, 2008 17:21 ETGreat Panther's Record Output Continues With 431,639 Ag Eq Oz in Q1
Forecasting 1.75 million Ag Eq Oz, including 1.15 million ounces of silver, for 2008
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - April 7, 2008) - Great Panther Resources Limited (TSX:GPR) (the "Company") is very pleased to report that the operations improvement at both its 100% owned Mexican mines continues, with many quarterly production records being broken. The benefits from the ongoing exploration and the mine development at Guanajuato and Topia are now being realized.

Operational highlights include:

- Highest ever metal production of 431,639 silver equivalent ounces (Ag Eq Oz), a 24% increase over the previous quarter, and an increase of 36% over the first quarter of 2007.

- New record for total production of 285,139 ounces of silver, a 35% increase over the previous quarter, and an increase of 59% over the first quarter of 2007.

- Records for silver and gold production from Guanajuato; at 198,663 ounces Ag and 1,369 ounces Au, were up by 56% and 45%, respectively, compared to the fourth quarter of 2007.

- Records for silver and lead production from Topia; at 86,476 ounces and 217 tonnes, were up by 4% and 12%, respectively, compared to the fourth quarter 2007.

(Silver equivalents for 2008 are established using prices of US$800/oz Au, US$16/oz Ag, US$1.15/lb Pb and US$1.00/lb Zn.)

The Q1 2008 production of 431,639 Ag Eq Oz from both of Great Panther's mines includes 285,139 oz of silver, 1,589 oz of gold, 478,400 lbs of lead, and 523,400 lbs of zinc. This production level represents a 24% increase over the previous quarter, and an increase of 36% over the first quarter 2007.

The Guanajuato Mine produced a record 198,663 ounces of silver and 1,369 ounces of gold, from processing 40,393 tonnes of ore with average grades of 1.40g/t gold and 188g/t silver. The ore grades were 74% higher than the 2007 average and the production of silver and gold was 56% and 45%, respectively, greater than in the previous quarter. The turnaround reflects the success of the grade control measures coupled with the higher grade ore sources, a direct benefit from exploring and developing access to the Cata Clavo, Guanajuatito, Rayas and Promontorio mining areas.

The metal output in terms of equivalent ounces of silver, at 267,132 Ag Eq Oz, the processing plant metal recoveries, at 75.5% for gold and 81.5% for silver, and the concentrate quality of 6.40 kg/t silver, were all the highest for any quarter to date. The improvement plans for the Guanajuato plant were initiated in December and further improvement is expected as more modifications are being made. Improvements were made in the crushing plant, to deliver a consistent and finer mill feed; the grinding circuit, by increasing the power draw to produce a finer flotation feed; and in the flotation circuit, where the reagents were replaced in March with the effect of increasing the concentrate quality.

Mine development was focused on deepening the Guanajuatito area in the northwest portion of the mine property, at the deep Clavo de Cata in the central part, and exploratory development of the Promontorio area. Production from Guanajuato is projected to increase further in 2008. The internal, inclined ore hoisting shaft, servicing the 430 Level of the Cata Clavo area, was recommissioned and is now fully operational; cut and fill mining of the Guanajuatito Zona Norte is established on two levels; and exploratory development of two levels at Promontorio is in progress.

In addition, Great Panther Resources has committed to the purchase of two new 3.5 yd3 scoop trams, to be supplied by Atlas Copco for delivery by the end of the 2nd quarter, which will further enhance underground development and production performance.

Underground development is being supported by three small underground diamond drills, and exploration drilling continues in the Cata Clavo area to a depth of 200 metres below current workings, with all drillholes intersecting mineralization and excellent assay results being reported. Further exploration of this and the area between it and the prolific Rayas Clavo will continue through 2008.

In the first quarter, the Topia operations produced 86,476 ounces of silver, 220 ounces of gold, 217 tonnes of lead, and 237 tonnes of zinc, or 164,507 Ag Eq Oz. Silver production was a record 4% above the previous record quarter and 19% above the same period last year. Lead production was also a record, at 12% above the last quarter and 6% above the previous record quarter of a year ago. The Topia plant processed 9,457 tonnes of ore at grades of 326g/t Ag, 0.8g/t Au, 2.80% Pb and 2.89% Zn, and achieved excellent overall recoveries of 87.2% for Ag, 91.0% for Au, 81.8% for Pb and 86.8% for Zn.

The Topia operations are continuing to demonstrate improvements as a direct result of the investment to rehabilitate the many small mines, to explore, with surface and underground diamond drilling, and to develop the veins for production mining. On the Argentina vein, the production sub-level above Level 2 has exposed excellent vein widths and ore grades which confirm intersections from earlier surface drilling, (refer to drill results for A04-04 shown on the Argentina longitudinal section on the Company website at www.greatpanther.com), while the ramp has been extended to access the main level and is being deepened further to the 3rd and 4th levels. A decline has been driven from the Oliva Mine and has accessed the Victoria adit level, a main adit which intersects many veins including the Argentina vein below the 6th level. This level had been inaccessible for many years and it will provide access to the lower levels of the Argentina vein. The Don Benito vein is being developed for production at four locations and is expected to provide a source of higher grade ore, (refer to the plan and longitudinal entitled "Underground Exploration on the Don Benito Vein" on the Company website).

With the ongoing improvements in the mines and plants, the Company anticipates that quarterly production will continue to climb throughout the remainder of 2008 such that the Q1 production is on target to meet or exceed the annual goal of 1.75 million Ag Eq Oz.

Robert F. Brown, P.Eng. and Vice President of Exploration for the Company is the Qualified Person for both the Guanajuato Mine and the Topia Mine, under the meaning of NI 43-101. Aspects of both mines relating to mining and metallurgy are overseen by Charles Brown, Chief Operating Officer for Great Panther and its Mexican subsidiary, Minera Mexicana El Rosario, S.A. de C.V.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Robert A. Archer, President & CEO
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Great Panther Drills 15.94 Metres @ 1,305g/t Silver and 4.60g/t Gold and Discovers New Base Metal Rich Zone in Guanajuato Mine

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, May 05, 2008 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX News Network) --
GREAT PANTHER RESOURCES LIMITED (TSX: GPR) is pleased to announce that deep diamond drilling at the Company's wholly-owned Guanajuato Mine in Guanajuato, Mexico continues to enlarge the dimensions of the Cata Clavo with considerable widths of exceptionally high grade silver-gold mineralization and has discovered a new silver-copper-lead-zinc zone in the lower portion of the orebody.

Drilling was highlighted by hole EUG08-015, which intersected 15.94 metres grading 1,305g/t silver and 4.60g/t gold in the Veta Madre zone. Four of 23 samples within this interval assayed greater than 7,000g/t silver and 28g/t gold with the highest grade sample being 0.25 metres grading 11,815g/t silver and 46.20g/t gold. A second intersection in EUG08-015 returned 254g/t silver and 0.72g/t gold over 5.20 metres, also in the Veta Madre.

Significant widths of good mineralization were intersected in the Veta Madre Zone in hole EUG08-014 which was drilled up dip and off section to the north from EUG08-015. Hole EUG08-014 intersected 4.54 metres grading 166g/t silver and 0.48g/t gold and 2.28 metres grading 347g/t silver and 1.46g/t gold, both in the Veta Madre. Hole EUG08-013, drilled up dip and off section to the south from EUG08-015, intersected 0.32 metres grading 671g/t silver and 3.72g/t gold in the Veta Madre Zone.

A new base metal rich zone was discovered at a vertical depth of 600 metres by core hole EUG08-016, which was drilled to test the Veta Madre zone at depth. This new zone, in the footwall of the Veta Madre, returned 71g/t silver, 0.93% copper, 0.29% lead, and 0.35% zinc over 3.10 metres, including a higher grade portion assaying 162g/t silver, 2.07% copper, 0.42% lead, and 0.39% zinc over 0.44 metres. This is the first time that any appreciable amount of base metals has been encountered in the Cata Clavo and is evidence of metal zoning as the depth increases. Future drilling will continue to test this new zone both up-dip and along strike. Highlights of holes EUG08-013 to 016 are detailed in the table below. Maps, sections and previous news releases can be viewed on the Company's website at www.greatpanther.com.

Drill-holes EUG08-013 to 016 were all collared on the same section as holes EUG07-008 to 012 on the 345 level cross cut to test the down dip and strike continuity of the Cata Clavo, and all intersected significant mineralization with some zones demonstrating excellent widths. Drilling is ongoing and, to date, every hole in the deep drilling program at Cata has intersected good mineralization. Although widths and grades in the drilling are variable, as is typical of vein systems, the program is confirming wide spaced historic drill data that indicated the extension of silver-gold mineralization in this area for at least 170 metres below the existing workings and over a strike length of approximately 300 metres. Seven sub-parallel zones of economic grade have now been identified within a system of intense silicification, brecciation, and quartz vein flooding up to 60 metres in thickness.

Samples were assayed by SGS at the Company's Guanajuato Mine site laboratory and diamond drilling was contracted to Canrock Drilling, of San Luis de Potosi. Robert F. Brown, P. Eng and Vice President of Exploration for the Company, is the Qualified Person for the Guanajuato Mine Project, under the meaning of NI43-101, and has reviewed these results. The Company's QA/QC program includes the regular insertion of blanks and standards into the sample shipments, plus ISO certified laboratory checks.

Great Panther owns a 100% interest in the Guanajuato Mine Complex. Historically, the Guanajuato Mine was one of the largest silver producers in Mexico and encompasses the core of the Guanajuato District, which has produced 1.2 billion ounces of silver and 4.5 million ounces gold.

Highlights of drill hole intersections:-------------------------------------------------------------------------- True From To Width Width Silver Gold Copper Lead ZincHole # (m) (m) (m) (m) (g/t) (g/t) Zone (%) (%) (%)--------------------------------------------------------------------------EUG08-013 153.92 154.24 0.32 0.29 671 3.72 V. Madre 1----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EUG08-014 134.13 138.67 4.54 4.09 166 0.48 V. Madre 1-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 148.70 150.98 2.28 2.05 347 1.46 V. Madre 2----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EUG08-015 134.61 150.55 15.94 14.35 1,305 4.60 V. Madre 1--------------------------------------------------------------------------including 140.78 141.03 0.25 0.23 11,815 46.20--------------------------------------------------------------------------and 141.36 141.81 0.45 0.41 11,100 40.50--------------------------------------------------------------------------and 142.39 142.76 0.37 0.33 11,375 28.20--------------------------------------------------------------------------and 146.93 147.51 0.58 0.52 7,610 31.80-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 169.24 174.44 5.20 4.68 254 0.72 V. Madre 2----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------EUG08-016 268.70 271.80 3.10 1.55 71 0.01 Foot- 0.83 0.29 0.35 wall 2--------------------------------------------------------------------------including 271.36 271.80 0.44 0.22 162 0.01 2.07 0.42 0.39--------------------------------------------------------------------------
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Robert A. Archer, President & CEO

This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and forward-looking information within the meaning of the Securities Act (Ontario) (together, "forward-looking statements"). Such forward-looking statements may include but are not limited to the Company's plans for production at its Guanajuato and Topia Mines in Mexico, exploring its other properties in Mexico, the overall economic potential of its properties, the availability of adequate financing and involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements to be materially different. Such factors include, among others, risks and uncertainties relating to potential political risks involving the Company's operations in a foreign jurisdiction, uncertainty of production and cost estimates and the potential for unexpected costs and expenses, physical risks inherent in mining operations, currency fluctuations, fluctuations in the price of silver, gold and base metals, completion of economic evaluations, changes in project parameters as plans continue to be refined, the inability or failure to obtain adequate financing on a timely basis, and other risks and uncertainties, including those described in the Company's Annual Report on Form 20-F for the year ended December 31, 2007 and reports on Form 6-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission and available at www.sec.gov and Material Change Reports filed with the Canadian Securities Administrators and available at www.sedar.com.

SEC 20-F Statement Filed; Standard & Poor's Listed

Contacts: Great Panther Resources Limited Brad Aelicks (604) 685-6465 Great Panther Resources Limited Don Mosher (604) 685-6465 (604) 899-4303 (FAX) Email: info@greatpanther.com Website: www.greatpanther.com

SOURCE: Great Panther Resources Limited

mailto:info@greatpanther.com http://www.greatpanther.com

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Second Quarter ("Q2"), 2009 highlights from the Guanajuato and Topia silver mines include:

* Total metal production of 499,845 Ag eq oz, a 15% increase from Q2 2008 and a new record.
* Total silver production of 333,358 Ag oz, a 16% increase from Q2 2008.
* Guanajuato metal production of 327,295 Ag eq oz, a 19% increase from Q2 2008.
* Guanajuato silver production of 220,742 Ag oz, a 9% increase from Q2 2008.
* Guanajuato metallurgical recovery of gold, at 84.6%, a quarterly record.
* Guanajuato concentrate quality, at 15,126 g/t Ag and 94.5 g/t Au, a record high.
* Topia metal production of 172,550 Ag eq oz, a 7% increase from Q2 2008.
* Topia silver production of 112,616 Ag oz, a record high and a 32% increase from Q2 2008.
* Topia metallurgical recoveries of silver and zinc, at highs of 88.8% and 87.3% respectively.
* New, lower cost, concentrate sales contracts for Topia.
* First, NI 43-101 compliant, 5 million Ag eq oz, resource for Guanajuato Deep Cata Clavo zone.

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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.766.383 von drgold am 12.08.09 20:13:58Und erhöht Cash Flow

- Net cash provided by operating activities was $0.5 million for the three months ended June 30, 2009. The same period in 2008 resulted in net cash used of $0.2 million. For the six months ended June 30, 2009, net cash provided by operating activities was $1.2 million compared to $0.5 million used in operating activities for the same period in 2008.



"It is most encouraging to see the increase in production, combined with efficiencies which have lead to lower costs, result in all-time record earnings from mining operations of $3 million for the quarter," said Kaare Foy, Great Panther's Executive Chairman.

Langsam sollten auch die Pusherblättchen auf GPR aufmerksam werden.

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Ganze Meldung!

Great Panther Continues Production and Earnings Growth, Reduces Operating Costs

6:23 PM ET, August 13, 2009

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Aug 13, 2009 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- GREAT PANTHER RESOURCES LIMITED (GPR) (the "Company") is pleased to announce the unaudited financial results for the Company's second quarter ending June 30, 2009. The full version of the financial statements and the management discussion and analysis can be viewed on the Company's web site at www.greatpanther.com or on SEDAR at www.sedar.com.

The second quarter of 2009 continued the Company's trend of production, revenue and earnings growth, while continuing to lower operating costs. "Great Panther has increased its overall net positive cash flow from operations in the second quarter through a continuing focus on profitability, while increasing metal output," said Robert Archer, Great Panther's President & CEO.

SECOND QUARTER HIGHLIGHTS

- 15% increase in total quarterly production to 499,845 silver equivalent ounces (Ag eq oz) in the second quarter 2009 from 436,072 Ag eq oz in the second quarter 2008. Year to date production increased to 980,112 Ag eq oz in 2009 compared to 867,711 Ag eq oz in 2008.

- 69% and 52% increase in earnings from mining operations (before amortization and depletion) to $3.0 million for the three months ended June 30, 2009 and $5.6 million for the six months ended June 30, 2009 from $1.8 million and $3.7 million for the corresponding periods in 2008.

- 45% decrease in overall cash operating cost per silver ounce (net of by-product credits) to US$5.73 for the second quarter 2009 from US$10.35 for the second quarter 2008. Cash operating cost per silver ounce decreased to US$6.11 for the six months ended June 30, 2009 from US$9.83 for the same period in 2008.

- Positive Adjusted EBITDA(1) of $1.1 million for the three months ended June 30, 2009 and $2.1 million for the six months ended June 30, 2009 compared to Adjusted EBITDA losses of $1.7 million and $3.1 million for the corresponding periods in 2008.

- Net cash provided by operating activities was $0.5 million for the three months ended June 30, 2009. The same period in 2008 resulted in net cash used of $0.2 million. For the six months ended June 30, 2009, net cash provided by operating activities was $1.2 million compared to $0.5 million used in operating activities for the same period in 2008.

- Successfully negotiated new long term contracts, at more favourable terms, for the sales of Topia's concentrates until December 31, 2010. The new terms have already started to reduce costs at Topia.

- On June 30, 2009, announced completion of the first NI 43-101 compliant mineral resource estimate on the zone known as the 'Cata Clavo' at the Guanajuato Mine. The new Measured and Indicated resource estimate of 5,032,000 Ag eq oz represents only a very small part of the 4.2 kilometre strike length of the Guanajuato deposit.

- On July 21, 2009, announced increase in mineral resources for the Topia mine, supporting a ten year mine life. The 2009 mineral resource estimate comprises Measured & Indicated Mineral Resources of 173,103 tonnes at 552g/t silver, 0.99g/t gold, 5.58% lead and 4.83% zinc (5,458,218 Ag eq oz) as well as 174,562 tonnes of 633g/t silver, 1.03g/t gold, 5.10% lead and 3.84% zinc (5,692,957 Ag eq oz) in the Inferred category.

(1) "Adjusted EBITDA" is defined as earnings before interest expense, taxes, depletion and amortization, and stock-based compensation.

To view the graph accompanying this press release, please click on the following link: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/GPRgraph813.jpg

"It is most encouraging to see the increase in production, combined with efficiencies which have lead to lower costs, result in all-time record earnings from mining operations of $3 million for the quarter," said Kaare Foy, Great Panther's Executive Chairman.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Robert A. Archer, President & CEO

Kaare G. Foy, Executive Chairman
Wed Sep 16, 2009
Great Panther Announces New Strategy to Accelerate Production

GREAT PANTHER RESOURCES LIMITED (TSX: GPR, the "Company") is pleased to announce that its Board of Directors has approved a new 3-year growth strategy focused on an immediate and aggressive increase in production and resources while maintaining profitability. It is anticipated that the new strategy should see the Company's annual production increase to approximately 3.8 million silver equivalent ounces (Ag eq oz) by 2012 from its two existing mines in Mexico. Increased throughput and operating efficiencies should allow for further increases beyond this level such that production upside will remain.

The Company is currently on track to meet or exceed its 2009 target of 2.1 million Ag eq oz and the new plan foresees the production of 2.5 million Ag eq oz in 2010, 3.0 million Ag eq oz in 2011 and 3.8 million Ag eq oz in 2012. This equates to annual increases of approximately 20% and a total increase of more than 100% from 2008 levels. In addition, Great Panther intends to build its resource base at the Guanajuato and Topia operations to support a minimum 10 year mine life at the planned rate -- a minimum of 40 million Ag eq oz.

Using metal prices of US$15/oz silver, US$900/oz gold, US$0.80 lead and US$0.75 zinc, the Company projects annual revenues in excess of CAD$50 million by 2012. Cash operating costs are anticipated to continue to decrease from existing levels towards US$4.00 per oz of silver (net of by-product credits). Capital expenditures for the new strategy are projected to total approximately $22 million over the next 3 years, with an additional $14 million in exploration spending. It is anticipated that the vast majority of this will be funded internally from internally generated cash flow.

In order to achieve this accelerated growth, the Company will invest in new equipment for both mines, plant upgrades and an increased drilling budget. New underground mine development is anticipated to reach more than 10 kilometres at Guanajuato and 5.5 kilometres at Topia. Plant throughput is expected to approach capacities of 1,200 tonnes per day at Guanajuato and 220 tonnes per day at Topia.

At Guanajuato, new development will focus on the deep extensions of the Rayas Clavo, the famous Valenciana Mine, the Cata Clavo and the Guanajuatito Zone and from new targets in between the major orebodies along the 4.2 kilometre trend of the Veta Madre structure. In addition, plans are underway to dewater, explore and develop the San Ignacio Mine, a stand-alone operation in the La Luz District, approximately 20 kilometres by road from the plant and on care-and-maintenance since 2001.

At Topia, production will be increased on several of the 10 veins currently being developed. Specifically, the Argentina, Rosario and San Gregorio veins will provide the largest increases in tonnage.

An estimated total of 65,000 metres of exploration drilling will concentrate on defining resources, looking for vein extensions and testing new targets. Based upon previous experience, the discovery cost per ounce is expected to be about $0.50 or less. Initially, the focus will be on the deep drilling of the Rayas Clavo at Guanajuato, where development of accessways and drill stations is already underway. Surface drilling at San Ignacio and on other targets within the La Luz trend will commence once specific targets have been identified and permits are in place.

As this new strategy strongly emphasizes near-term production growth, the Company has decided to terminate its option on the Mapimi Project in Durango State. An in-house scoping study looked at several options for advancing this project but concluded that the low grades and high capital costs of a new plant precluded a sufficiently attractive return on investment. With US$2.2 million in cash payments due over the next 12 months just to maintain the Mapimi option, plus ongoing exploration costs, the allocation of those funds to delineating resources at the existing mines is deemed to be a better use of the Company's funds. Notwithstanding this decision, the Company will continue to evaluate potential acquisitions where new projects could result in an immediate or near term boost to production.

The ultimate goal of Great Panther's new 3-year growth strategy is profitable growth. The Company is nearing the end of a third successive quarter of record earnings from mining operations and, providing metal prices remain robust, earnings are projected to continue to increase. Great Panther's management considers that the best way to capitalize on an increase in the silver price is to do so by monetizing it through production.

Further details of the new growth strategy will be released as the plan is rolled out. Exploration drilling will be announced as the programs commence and results disclosed as they become available.

For further information please visit the Company's website at www.greatpanther.com, contact B&D Capital at telephone 604 685 6465, fax 604 899 4303 or e-mail info@greatpanther.com.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Robert A. Archer"

Robert A. Archer
President & CEO
Thu Oct 1, 2009

Great Panther Discovers And Develops 3 New Zones At Guanajuato

GREAT PANTHER RESOURCES LIMITED (TSX: GPR, the "Company") is pleased to announce that continued underground development at its Guanajuato Mine in central Mexico has been successful in identifying and delineating three new zones of silver-gold mineralization. The discovery of these three zones within and adjacent to the areas where the Company is already mining emphasizes the potential to expand production and resources along the entire 4.2 kilometre strike length of the property.

At the Cata Clavo -- Alto 2 vein north extension, exploration development on the 430 level, west of the recently reported mineral resource estimate, has advanced 66 metres along strike with an average width of 3.34 metres and average grades of 295g/t silver and 0.98g/t gold. Raise #738 from the 430 level to the 406 level on this zone is complete and along the 28 metres of the raise, the average width (raise width only) was 1.56 metres with average grades of 411g/t silver and 1.7g/t gold. Further underground drilling will be completed to assess the extent of the Alto 2 vein mineralization, both to the northwest and down dip.

In the Rayas area, the Santa Margarita vein is a hanging wall structure parallel to the main Veta Madre. Past work by the previous operator on the 345 level of development on the Santa Margarita vein was sub-economic but recent development by Great Panther on the 390 level intersected gold-rich mineralization in the vein. Initial development on the Santa Margarita vein on the 390 level indicates a "shoot" 52 metres long, 3.4 metres wide (average development width), with assays averaging 5.06g/t gold and 20g/t silver. Ramping on the Santa Margarita vein, to connect to the 435 level, intersected the mineralization along 28 metres of strike, with a 3.4 metre width, and assays averaging 5.3g/t gold and 33g/t silver. Along the second "leg" of the ramp, the zone has increased in strike length and changed from gold rich to gold-silver rich. The first portion of the second leg intersected mineralization along 38 metres, 3.45 metres wide, with assays averaging 5.31g/t gold and 31g/t silver, while the continuation of the same zone encountered mineralization along a further 26 metres, 3.45 metres wide (development width), with assays averaging 5.23g/t gold and 359g/t silver. The full extent of the Santa Margarita mineralization is unknown, although the vein is noted as being 300 metres long in the workings above. An underground drilling program is being planned and is scheduled to commence later in 2009. The Santa Margarita vein comprises two phases - a primary white quartz to breccia phase with electrum, and a second similar phase but with breccia clasts replaced by base metal minerals and acanthite (silver sulphide).

At Los Pozos, a portion of the Veta Madre between the Cata and Rayas Clavos, diamond drilling and a cross cut off of a new development ramp, intersected the Veta Madre mineralization across 12 metres horizontal (8.4 metres true width) grading 348g/t silver and 1.2g/t gold. On the 275 level, intersections of the vein in a series of underground exploratory drill holes indicate this zone to be approximately 65 metres along strike. The average grade of pillars remaining in old workings on the Los Pozos 275 level is 468g/t silver and 1.39g/t gold.

Results of these drill holes and outlines of all three new zones are shown on longitudinal sections on the Company's website.

The discovery and delineation of the three zones described above are a reflection of the concerted and successful efforts of the Company's mine geologists and engineers to fully understand the structural complexity of the Guanajuato mineralized system, to review 400 years of past activities, and to re-evaluate the system in areas of previous exploitation and to depth. The vein widths and grades of the new discoveries are excellent and will allow the Guanajuato operations to further reduce the low cost of producing silver (US$5.06 per ounce Ag, net of by-products in the second quarter).

It is this type of success that gives Great Panther the confidence to embark on its new 3-year growth strategy to increase production to 3.8 million silver equivalent ounces at its two mines by the year 2012. The growth strategy includes an estimated total of 65,000 metres of exploration drilling which will concentrate on defining resources, looking for vein extensions and testing new targets. Based upon previous experience, the discovery cost per ounce is expected to be about US$0.50 or less. The focus will be on deep extensions of the Rayas Clavo, the famous Valenciana Mine, the Cata Clavo, the Guanajuatito Zone and new targets in between the major orebodies along the 4.2 kilometre trend of the Veta Madre structure (see News Release dated Sept. 16, 2009).

Samples were assayed by SGS at the Company's Guanajuato Mine site laboratory. Robert F. Brown, P. Eng and Vice President of Exploration for the Company, is the Qualified Person for the Guanajuato Mine Project, under the meaning of NI43-101, and has reviewed these results. The Company's QA/QC program includes the regular insertion of blanks, duplicates, and standards into the sample shipments.

Great Panther owns a 100% interest in the Guanajuato Mine Complex. Historically, the Guanajuato Mine was one of the largest silver producers in Mexico and encompasses the core of the Guanajuato District, which has produced 1.2 billion ounces of silver and 4.5 million ounces gold.

For further information please visit the Company's website at www.greatpanther.com, contact B&D Capital at telephone 604 685 6465, fax 604 899 4303 or e-mail info@greatpanther.com.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Robert A. Archer"

Robert A. Archer
President & CEO
Hier gibt es den Bericht für das 3. Quartal.

Die Silberproduktion steigt, die Kosten sinken.

Insgesamt sehr erfreulich

http://www.greatpanther.com/s/NewsReleases.asp?ReportID=3722…

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Great Panther kündigt Namensänderung zum 17.12.09 in Great Panther Silver an und will die Produktionskosten senken. Außerdem wird ein Stock-Option Programm für Consultants, Staff und einen Direktor zu einem Ausübungspreis von $0.90 bis zum 02.12.20014 aufgelegt.

http://www.greatpanther.com/s/NewsReleases.asp?ReportID=3750…

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Fr. 18. Dezember 2009
Aktionäre stimmen Namensänderung in Great Panther Silber

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Great Panther Resources Limited (TSX: GPR, das "Unternehmen") freut sich mitzuteilen, daß genehmigten die Aktionäre mit überwältigender Mehrheit die Änderung der Firma seinen Namen von Great Panther Resources Limited to Great Panther Silver Limited in ausserordentlichen Generalversammlung der gestrigen Sitzung.

Keine Änderung des Grundkapitals der Gesellschaft Struktur oder ihr Symbol handelt. Auf den Namen ändern sich mit Wirkung vom 1. Januar 2010 wird die Stammaktien der Gesellschaft weiterhin auf der Hauptplatine der Toronto Stock Exchange unter dem Symbol Handel GPR. Die neue CUSIP für die Stammaktien von Great Panther Silver Limited wird 39115V101 (ISIN CA39115V1013). Die Firma plant, ihre ausländischen Emittenten Status mit den US-Börsenaufsicht SEC erhalten.

"Wir freuen uns, dass unsere Aktionäre so positiv reagiert auf den neuen Namen, und wir erwarten, dass es positive Auswirkungen auf die Anleger und Anerkennung durch den Markt haben. Wie der Name schon wirksam wird, werden wir auch ein neues Logo und kurz danach eine neue, frische Blick auf die Website der Firma ", sagte Bob Archer, GPR President & CEO.

Für weitere Informationen besuchen Sie bitte die Website des Unternehmens auf www.greatpanther.comWenden B & D Capital unter Telefonnummer 604 685 6465, Fax 604 899 4303 oder E-Mail info@greatpanther.com.
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Great Panther drills 2.7 m of 1,051 g/t Ag at Topia


2009-12-29 02:11 ET - News Release

Mr. Robert Archer reports

GREAT PANTHER DRILLS 1,051G/T SILVER OVER 2.7 METRES AND 20.9G/T GOLD OVER 0.35 METRES AT TOPIA MINE

Great Panther Resources Ltd. has released the results of a successful surface core drilling program in six areas at the Topia mine, including the Recompensa, San Gregorio, El Rosario, Cantarranas, San Miguel and El 80 veins. The first-ever drilling at the gold-rich Recompensa vein has demonstrated excellent continuity of the mineralization both along strike and to depth, while drilling on the silver-rich, San Gregorio and El Rosario veins intersected exceptional silver values between 30 and 50 metres below current mining levels.

At the Recompensa vein, four holes were completed along approximately 300 metres of strike length and 50 metres below the existing mine workings. The two easternmost holes are particularly notable, with results as follows:


ST09-094 intersected 94 grams per tonne (g/t) silver, 12.5 g/t gold, 3.86 per cent lead and 1.36 per cent zinc over 0.3 metre (0.23 metre true width).
ST09-095 intersected 76 g/t silver, 20.9 g/t gold, 1.38 per cent lead and 9.79 per cent zinc over 0.35 metre (0.27 metre true width).
The westernmost hole, ST09-092, intersected 0.5 metre (0.2 metre true width) at 67 g/t silver, 7.6 g/t gold, 0.17 per cent lead and 1.04 per cent zinc;

A total of 2,649 metres in 21 NQ size core holes were drilled over the six areas. All significant intersections, plan maps and longitudinal sections are on the company website.

Other highlights include:


ST09-088 at the San Gregorio vein: 0.32 metre (0.18 metre true width) at 4,340 g/t silver, 0.46 g/t gold, 7 per cent lead and 9.6 per cent zinc;
ST09-091 at the El Rosario vein: 2.7 metres (1.73 metres true width) at 1,051 g/t silver, 0.22 g/t gold, 2.01 per cent lead and 7.83 per cent zinc.

At the San Gregorio vein, drilling was focused 30 to 50 metres below the present development along approximately 250 metres of strike length. Of the four holes drilled here, all intersected the vein, with two having exceptional results. ST09-088 intersected 0.52 metre (0.30 metres true width) at 1,503 g/t silver, 0.2 g/t gold, 4.5 per cent lead and 6.26 per cent zinc, including 0.32 metre (0.18 metre true width) at 4,340 g/t silver, 0.46 g/t gold, 7 per cent lead and 9.6 per cent zinc. ST09-089 intersected 1.05 metres (0.52 metre true width) at 498 g/t silver, 0.37 g/t gold, 0.41 per cent lead and 11.64 per cent zinc.

At the El Rosario vein, drilling was focused 30 to 50 metres below the west end of the present development. Both holes had exceptional results with ST09-090 intersecting 0.45 metre (0.22 metre true width) at 1,740 g/t silver, 0.05 g/t gold, 5.45 per cent lead and 8.37 per cent zinc. ST09-091 intersected 2.7 metres (1.73 metres true width) at 1,051 g/t silver, 0.22 g/t gold, 2.01 per cent lead and 7.83 per cent zinc, along with a footwall zone of one metre (0.64 metre true width) at 686 g/t silver, 0.1 g/t gold, 1.72 per cent lead and 11.14 per cent zinc.

The area between the current workings of the Hormiguera mine and the San Miguel mine, Level A, 110 metres vertically apart, was explored with six drill holes. The Cantarranas and San Miguel veins were intersected, along with the newly discovered San Jorge vein, demonstrating good continuity of these narrow veins with highly variable grades.

Further follow-up drilling will be done in 2010 to justify the expansion of mining in this highly prospective area.

The El 80 mine is currently exploiting two silver-rich parallel veins in the hangingwall of the Madre vein. Two holes were drilled below present workings to test the depth potential. Both holes intersected the veins but with low values. Further exploration in 2010 will focus on the lateral and shallower extensions of these veins.

As part of the mine expansion plans (news in Stockwatch Sept 16, 2009), the focus of the surface drill program was to work closely with the mine engineers in drilling areas that were being considered for future development, in order to prioritize areas and to increase the mineral resource. Based on the results of the 2009 drilling program, a more aggressive surface drill program is being planned to expand the mineral resource on veins presently being exploited and to explore a number of highly prospective veins and vein segments elsewhere on the company's extensive land package. Resources have yet to be evaluated for the above six veins (news in Stockwatch July 21, 2009), and a new update, including these drill results plus those from the newly planned drill program, is expected later in 2010.

All Topia mine drill core samples are assayed by SGS at the company's Guanajuato mine site laboratory. Robert F. Brown, PEng, and vice-president of exploration for the company, is the qualified person for the Topia mine project, under the meaning of National Instrument 43-101, and has reviewed these results. The company's QA/QC program includes the regular insertion of blanks and standards into the sample shipments.

We seek Safe Harbor.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.647.303 von grasgruener am 30.12.09 14:13:31Handelsschluß in Deutschland...............:laugh:;):cool:
habe letztes jahr GPR in canada gekauft und nun nach der namensänderung gibt es auch eine neue wkn
laut comdirect kann ich jetzt die alten aktien nicht verkaufen da sie erst in neue umgetauscht werden müssen(neue wkn)
ist es bei euch auch so?
weiss jemand wann GPR die alten in neue umtauschen wird
danke
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.672.911 von dafi1974 am 06.01.10 09:43:13wenn ich schon dabei bin
was ist eigentlich mit Mapimi los
das sollte doch ein 40-100 mln OZ AgEq deposit sein
kann nichts finden
die letzte news gab es glaube ich sommer 2008
kann auch nichts über eine aufgabe des projektes ,verkauf etc.finden
danke
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.672.911 von dafi1974 am 06.01.10 09:43:13bei Consors sind sie noch langsamer.............:cool:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 38.672.960 von dafi1974 am 06.01.10 09:52:02Hi

Hab heute mal wegen Mapimi nachgefragt. Die Antwort kam ebenfalls heute. Im folgenden der relevante Auszug:

As our new 3-year growth strategy strongly emphasizes production growth and profitability, the Company decided to terminate its option on the Mapimi Project in September last year. US$2.2 million in cash payments were due over the next 12 months just to maintain the Mapimi option, plus ongoing exploration costs. The allocation of those funds to delineating resources at the existing mines is deemed to be a better use of the Company’s funds.




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Das ganze gibts zum nachlesen im press-release vom 16. September 2009
:cool:Great Panther produces 2.2 million oz AgEq in 2009


2010-01-11 14:42 ET - News Release

Mr. Robert Archer reports

GREAT PANTHER EXCEEDS PRODUCTION TARGET FOR 2009 WITH RECORD FOURTH QUARTER

Great Panther Silver Ltd. had record 2009 production of 2,202,456 silver equivalent ounces, a 22-per-cent increase over 2008 and 6 per cent higher than the target for 2009 of 2.07 million AgEq ounces. Total metal production for the year includes 1,456,830 ounces silver, 7,151 ounces gold, 871 tonnes lead and 1,057 tonnes zinc.

The fourth quarter production of 625,288 AgEq ounces is a record and a 26-per-cent increase over fourth quarter 2008. It includes 390,026 ounces silver, 2,456 ounces gold, 205 tonnes lead and 248 tonnes zinc. This marks 13 out of 16 successive quarterly increases since the company commenced production in 2006, and 2009 represents the fourth consecutive year of production growth for GPR.

Fourth quarter 2009 highlights include:


Record metal production of 625,288 AgEq ounces, up 5 per cent from third quarter 2009 and 26 per cent from fourth quarter 2008;

Record gold production of 2,456 ounces Au, up 26 per cent from third quarter 2009 and 53 per cent from fourth quarter 2008;

Silver production of 390,026 ounces Ag, within 2 per cent of third quarter 2009 and up 9 per cent from fourth quarter 2008;

Record production from Guanajuato of 470,025 AgEq ounces, up 9 per cent from third quarter 2009 and 37 per cent from fourth quarter 2008;

Excellent metallurgical performance at both Topia and Guanajuato;
New three-year growth strategy planned to increase GPR's production to 3.8 million AgEq ounces and National Instrument 43-101-compliant resources to 40 million AgEq ounces by 2012;
Acquisition of La Prieta concession at Topia should provide increased production by late 2010.


Year-end 2009 highlights include:


Record annual metal production of 2,202,456 AgEq ounces, up 22 per cent from 2008 and 6 per cent above target;
Record silver production of 1,456,830 ounces Ag, up 20 per cent from 2008 and as targeted;
Record gold production of 7,151 ounces Au, up 14 per cent from 2008 and 19 per cent above target;
Highest-quality concentrates produced at record metal recoveries.

Silver equivalents for all of 2009 were established using prices of $850 (U.S.) per ounce Au, $11 (U.S.) per ounce Ag, and 50 U.S. cents per pound lead and zinc. These will be revised for 2010.

Guanajuato mine

The Guanajuato mine had a record-breaking fourth quarter, achieving records for both gold and combined metal production. Metal production totalled 287,101 ounces Ag and 2,367 ounces Au, or 470,025 AgEq ounces, from 39,853 tonnes of ore with an average grade of 271 g/t Ag and 2.14 g/t Au. The quality of ore represents excellent silver values and the highest gold value to date.

Metal production for the year was 1,019,751 ounces Ag and 6,748 ounces Au, or 1,541,220 AgEq ounces, which was 4 per cent greater than planned and a 37-per-cent increase over 2008.

Mining of the Cata Clavo reached the 490 level where development was carried out on the Veta Madre and Alto 1 veins. Stoping from the 460 level advanced well such that production from Cata averaged more than 250 tonnes per day, or 50 per cent of the total Guanajuato production, at grades of 277 g/t Ag and 1.6 g/t Au.

Mining at Guanajuatito focused on the North zone, with cut and fill stoping from the 50 and 80 levels. Ore production averaged 115 tonnes per day at excellent grades of 2.3 g/t Au and 318 g/t Ag.

At Rayas, development focused on new discoveries, the Los Pozos and Santa Margarita structures, which continued to demonstrate significant potential. Development of Los Pozos was extended to the 298 and 310 levels from where 4,600 tonnes were mined grading 340 g/t Ag and 1.9 g/t Au. Production will be accelerated in the first quarter 2010 with the introduction of new mining equipment.

The gold-rich Santa Margarita vein was explored by ramp development below the 390 level with ore grades from development on vein of more than eight grams per tonne Au. It was this source of gold-rich ore that contributed to the higher gold production in the quarter. Gold production from this vein will continue to increase during 2010.

Diamond drilling to explore for extensions of, and better define, the Cata Clavo, around and below the 490 level, was under way in the fourth quarter. Diamond drilling is also in progress to define and explore the Los Pozos structure between the 275 and 345 levels. An extensive exploration drill program will be initiated in the first quarter of 2010 to explore the deeper extensions of the Rayas structures including the Santa Margarita vein.

Plant performance at Guanajuato was excellent in the fourth quarter. Gold recovery, at 86.4 per cent, was the highest to date while silver recovery, at 82.6 per cent, was satisfactory. The quality of the concentrates remained high at 13,488 g/t Ag and 111 g/t Au.

Topia mine

Topia produced 102,925 ounces of silver, 89 ounces of gold, 453,216 pounds of lead and 547,047 pounds of zinc from milling 7,268 tonnes of ore. This equates to 155,263 AgEq ounces, which is 1 per cent higher than fourth quarter 2008. Overall ore grades were maintained at a high level at 481 g/t Ag, 0.46 g/t Au, 2.99 per cent Pb and 3.78 per cent Zn.

Metal production for the year was 437,079 ounces Ag, 403 ounces Au, 1,919,816 pounds Pb and 2,331,015 pounds Zn, or 661,236 AgEq ounces, which was 12 per cent greater than planned and within 4 per cent of 2008.

Ore was mined from 12 separate small mines. Production from the San Gregorio and El Rosario veins contributed one-third of the silver production and new development on both veins will ensure further improved production in 2010. Production from the Argentina vein will also increase as accelerated development and stoping are facilitated by the addition of new mobile equipment in the first quarter.

The plant performance at Topia was excellent in the fourth quarter with record metal recoveries of 91.6 per cent for Ag, 83.9 per cent for Au, 94.5 per cent for Pb and 90.4 per cent for Zn compared with 91.2 per cent for Ag, 79.8 per cent for Au, 93.0 per cent for Pb and 89.3 per cent for Zn in the third quarter of 2009. In addition to processing 7,268 tonnes from the company's mines, 2,450 tonnes were custom milled for a local miner, thereby increasing revenue and keeping unit costs down.

Results of an exploratory diamond drill program were very encouraging and a new program will be conducted in the first quarter of 2010 to extend the mining potential of known veins and explore other veins. The acquisition of the 94-hectare La Prieta concession in the Topia district was a strategic move that should lead to additional production later this year, once the vein has been drilled and a mine plan put in place. La Prieta is within easy trucking distance of the Topia plant.

Outlook

Great Panther Silver has initiated its new strategy to accelerate production and increase resources at both Guanajuato and Topia. The new plan forecasts increases to 2.5 million AgEq ounces in 2010 and to 3.8 million AgEq ounces by 2012. In the fourth quarter of 2009, the company successfully raised the financing required to initiate and accelerate this strategy. Consequently, new equipment has been ordered and is being delivered to the mines, and exploration drill programs will start in the first quarter of 2010. Great Panther Silver is confident that the targets outlined in its new strategy will be achieved or exceeded.

"We are extremely pleased by the 2009 production results and our entire production team is to be commended for an outstanding effort," stated Robert Archer, president and chief executive officer. "With new equipment being delivered over the next six months, development will continue to ramp up throughout the year, leading to significant production increases as outlined in our new three-year growth strategy. In addition, we are preparing to begin the new deep drilling program at Rayas in Guanajuato, in order to build our resource base. With a strong treasury and robust metal prices, Great Panther has an excellent future."

Robert F. Brown, PEng, and vice-president of exploration for the company, is the qualified person for both the Guanajuato mine and the Topia mine, under the meaning of National Instrument 43-101. Aspects of both mines relating to mining and metallurgy are overseen by Charles Brown, chief operating officer for Great Panther and its Mexican subsidiary, Minera Mexicana El Rosario S.A. de C.V.

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Trey Wasser: More Stars in the Mexican Precious Metals Universe (Part II)
Source: Interviewed by Karen Roche, Publisher, The Gold Report 01/11/2010
As we learned in Part Iof Trey Wasser's interview, his Mexican Gold & Silver ExplorersModel (MSG) tracks junior explorers and producers as they define anddevelop precious metal assets and bring them into profitableproduction. Trey's model-based index has enjoyed a 250% increase sinceinception in January 2007—including no loss in the 2008 crash—so heclearly has a keen eye for what it takes to make a winner. Read on asTrey willingly shares insights on lots of his favorites in Part II ofthis exclusive interview.

TGR: Why don't we start Part II with some of your current top picks in from the MSG Model?

TW: Absolutely. Two of my standout companies are Capital Gold Corp. (TSX:CGC;OTCBB:CGLD; Frankfurt:CGU) and Fortuna Silver Mines Inc. (TSX.V:FVI),due to their impressive profitability. Capital Gold produced about50,000 ounces in their year ending July 31 and reported over $10million in fully taxed net profits. John Brownlie, who has been withthe company since 2006, was just made President and COO in September.He is arguably one of the best operators amongst the juniors. He builtthe El Chanate mine in Sonora on time and on budget. It is now one ofthe lowest cost mines in the industry with a cash cost of just $330.Its reserves have grown from about 400,000 proven and probable (2P)ounces when the mine was built to more than 1.5 million 2P ouncestoday. They have just installed a new crusher module and built a secondleach pad. They should produce about 70,000 ounces in calendar 2010.The residual leaching from the old pad could add another 20,000 ounces.They are unhedged and at current gold prices will generate cash flow ofabout $40 million. The stock is selling at less than five timescalendar 2010 cash flow and less than eight times earnings.

Fortunais another well-managed company. Their production and profitabilityprofile is based on their Caylloma Mine in Peru, but they have a veryexciting project—San Jose—in Oaxaca State. They have built animpressive resource and begun mine construction. San Jose will bemostly financed from their treasury and from cash flow from Caylloma.We were set to visit the property last June, but had to cancel due tothe H1N1 flu outbreak. I am looking forward to seeing this project thisspring.

TGR: In Part I, you mentioned adding Oro Gold Resources Ltd. (TSX-V:OGR) and Rochester Resources Ltd. (TSX-V:RCT) to the model. What stage are these companies in? Early Explorers, Advanced Explorers or Producing Explorers?

TW:I added Oro Gold to the Early Explorers category, and have Rochester inthe Advanced Explorers category. If you look at the model itself, thereare stated criteria that can move a company from one category toanother. To some degree, though, a bit of it is subjective. Forinstance, I don't move an Early Explorer up just based on the resourceand having a 43-101 resource. Those are among the criteria, but if Isee some stumbling blocks in the development or feel they aren't makingenough progress moving a project toward economic feasibility I won'tmove them up. For example, if they still have a lot to do in the way ofmetallurgical testing, dealing with access and surface rights issuesand water issues and other potential permitting problems, I may keepthem in the Early category even if they have a bigger resource thansome Advanced Explorers.

TGR: You say Rochester is an Advanced Explorer? Aren't they producing?

TW:Rochester does have some production, but it's very small so far. Theyhave had issues with feeding their mill from narrow underground veins.They have just raised some capital and have a new mine plan andexploration program. I look for the company to move up to the ProducingExplorers category as their story unfolds this year when they reallyramp up production and start showing earnings or at least cash flow. Sothis was a bit of a selective placement on my part, but it allows me tomove them up and alert my clients that they are executing. One of theexciting things at Rochester is that Eduardo Luna is now President andCEO. He was Goldcorp's president of Mexican operations (Luismin) and isone of the most respected mining names in Mexico. He could have pickedfrom many companies in Mexico to run. He chose Rochester and put hisown money in the deal. I always like management with "skin in thegame." Eduardo's goal is to grow production and resources at Mina Real,which is in Nayarit State, in the same way he built mines for Luismin.

TGR: Have you added anything else to the model lately?

TW: In addition to Oro Gold and Rochester Resources, I've recently added Silvermex Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: SMR)to the Advanced Explorers. Silvermex is a new management story. CEODuane Nelson has just brought on Mike Callahan and Art Brown to helphim manage the company. These are retired Hecla executives who couldmake this a very exciting story in 2010. Duane also added two new boardmembers, Joe Ovsenek and Ken McNaughton. They both work for Silver Standard (TSX: SSO; Nasdaq: SSRI)and have been involved many significant discoveries and minedevelopments. This quality of people doesn't get involved in a juniorcompany unless they really see something they like.

Silvermexhas an option on the San Marcial property, a near-surface deposit ofover 20 million ounces of high- grade silver in Sinaloa State. Theyalso just bought the old Rosario Mine from Aurcana Corporation. This isa mine that was operated by Grupo Mexico in the 1990s and was shut downdue to labor issues and low metal prices. The infrastructure at Rosariowill allow Silvermex to fast-track San Marcial into production. Thereis also a couple of years' worth of production left behind by Grupo atRosario that is very economical. There is significant explorationpotential at the old mine, at San Marcial and within the district.Either of these projects on their own may not have been developablewithout a lot more exploration, but together they make a very powerfulstory and a near-term silver producer.

TGR: What's the Oro Gold story?

TW:Oro Gold is managed by a group who worked for Placer Dome. They arevery smart and have a project outside of Mazatlan called Trinidad. Thisis an old Eldorado Mine that is very difficult rock to drill, but Ithink the Oro Gold people are figuring out the deposit and it is goingto be pretty big. The grades and widths are very impressive.

TGR: Would you give us updates on some of the other companies in your model?

TW: Sure. Great Panther Silver Limited (TSX:GPR)has done a lot of drilling at their Guanajuato Mines and they're seeingsome very good grades and widths. But it's much deeper, so they'regoing to have a lot of cap-ex to build new shafts and ramps to accessthe ore. This is a silver mine with gold credits, which I like.Meanwhile, they have continued to do a very good job at their TopiaMine-making improvements to lower cash costs and increasing resourcesthere. But that is a poly-metallic mine and as we discussed in Part I,it's challenging these days to get cash costs down on silver whenyou're dealing with lead and zinc concentrates and having to send it tothe smelter. But Topia's grades are over 450gpt silver with 3% lead and3% zinc, so they are able to deal with the processing costs. They havesteadily increased production for the past four years; hopefully theywill now start showing some significant profits as well.


I really like First Majestic Silver Corp. (TSX:FR; OTCQX:FRMSF).They have done some things to come around the smelter issues at theirthree poly-metallic mines—and by the way, I have just moved FirstMajestic from the watch list to the Producing Explorers. On a recenttrip I was able to spend some time with Keith Neumeyer, FirstMajestic's president and CEO. They have three mines—all withsilver-lead-zinc ore. They have made some significant improvements atall three of them to increase production. As I have said, removing thebase metals can be uneconomical, so First Majestic has installed leachsystems to remove the silver and pour silver dore bars onsite. Thefloatation cells are still in place, but the lead and zinc concentratesare not produced, unless they are economical. This allows them toincrease both production and profitability. They have an excellent teamin Mexico and have been building resources at all their mines. Theyrecently purchased Normabec Mining who owns the old Real de CatorceSilver mine in San Luis Potosi State. I have visited this property andit has huge potential. Keith tells me they are going to slow downcapital spending and focus on profits this year. They could generate$30 million in free cash flow.

Another one I'm looking to move up in the model this year is Timmins Gold Corp. (TSX.V:TMM).They just did their first pour at the San Francisco Gold Mine inSonora. I'm going down to see the mine in operation in late January. Ithink they're behind schedule and somewhat over budget, but $1100 goldpretty much solves those issues. Timmins also has some very interestingexploration properties through Mexico. So I look for this to be a veryattractive growth story as they get San Francisco into production andhave the cash flow to develop some of these other properties.

TGR: Any other companies come to mind that are exciting right now?

TW: I've been to Paramount Gold and Silver Corp. (NYSE-A, TSX:PZG)'sSan Jose project a couple of times. I think they have a great team inMexico. They're well-funded now and have just begun to release theresults from a large drilling program. It's a very interesting area.It's very near the Palmarejo Mine just brought online by Coeur d'Alene Mines (NYSE:CDE)and is the same type of deposit. As I mentioned in Part I, it'schallenging for junior companies to explore at depth in Mexico on thesenarrow epithermal vein systems. To really be economical, they need tofind ore shoots called clavos or mantos in Mexico. These are placeswhere the mineralization has pooled along the vein. These sometimesoccur where the veins flex or shift, where multiple veins intersect orwhere multiple mineral producing events occur over time. When they findthese, they can grow quickly into developable deposits that are muchmore economical to mine. Paramount has found three that they're doingadditional drilling on. If they can expand those clavos, or find more,they should have a very developable deposit. I issued a full report onthem in April at $.,when they completed a financing with AlbertFriedberg.

Animas Resources (TSX.V:ANI)is another. It's an Early Explorer, so I'm watching the drill results.Its situation is similar to Paramount's, but Animas is earlier in theprocess of trying to find the economic mineralization in the deeperveins at Santa Gertrudis. Results have been somewhat slow coming out onthat property, but they're very active now and have had a couple ofdrill rigs turning down there. If they're successful and they prove upthat some of the deep Nevada-style Carlin-type deposits are runningdown into Sonora, that deposit could get very big, very fast.

MAG Silver Corp. (TSX:MAG) (NYSE:MVG)is moving along very well—there is no question they will be moving intoproduction—with Fresnillo, their joint venture partner, on their inZacatecas project. It's kind of a typical good news-bad news story fora junior company when they have a major as a partner. They are at themercy of their partner regarding the timing and news flow. And as Imentioned in Part I, Fresnillo is showing no mercy dealing with MAG.They are well-funded at this point, and are doing exploration in someother areas. They've probably got one of the best teams in Mexico withPeter Megaw's group (Minera Cascabel) advising on their explorationprograms. They have a new property in northern Chihuahua that I havenot visited yet. That project, called Cinco de Mayo, is showing somevery good initial results. They don't have a resource defined yet, butthey are exploring for carbonate replacement deposits (CRDs), which canget very big.

Speaking of large CRD deposits, I recently visited Excellon Resources' (TSX-:EXN)La Platosa mine. This is another deposit that was originally discoveredby Minera Cascabel and is arguably the highest grade deposit in Mexico.The average grades at La Platosa run about 986 gpt silver with 9% leadand 10% zinc. Needless to say, at those grades the lead and zinc addsome significant by-product credits to the silver and reduces theircurrent cash costs to $3 per ounce. Unlike most companies, this is an"all in" cash cost that includes corporate G&A and explorationcosts. They have a very active exploration program and are adding tothe mine life while also exploring the district. They recentlypurchased Silver Eagle Mines and picked up a newly refurbished mill atMiguel Auza, about 200km away. They paid $5MM for Silver Eagle and gota $15MM mill and $24MM in Mexican tax losses. They are crushing the LaPlatosa ore and trucking it to Miguel Auza, which is producing about200TPD. They are currently permitting an onsite mill and have all theequipment already at the mine. This mill will be capable of closer to350TPD and cash costs will go even lower, probably to a negativenumber. New management is really focusing on getting corporate expensesin line. Excellon has a current market cap of about $150MM. When thenew mill is built, I think they will be producing about 3MM ounces ofsilver at a
or negative "all in" cash cost. That means potentially$50MM to $60MM a year in cash flow and some huge profits. It has allthe ingredients so I added EXN to the Model right after the visit.

TGR: Any other Early Explorers?

A couple of other companies in the Early Explorers category are making some very good progress. One is Riverside Resources Inc. (TSX-V:RRI),which has several assets in Mexico. They operate under a projectgenerator model. They go out and find properties and then look forjoint venture partners to put up most of the money for exploration.John-Mark Staude, the company's President and CEO, is a very smartgeologist who has worked in Mexico almost exclusively for the last 20to 25 years. He's got a very good team. They have a database of all theMexican properties that are either in private hands or public handsthat might be coming available. They are in a joint venture with Kinross Gold Corp. (K.TO; NYSE:KGC),which owns about 9% of the Riverside Resources. In certain areas ofMexico, mostly in Durango and Zacatecas, Kinross has the first right ofrefusal on all the projects Riverside brings in.

But Riverside Resources has several projects that are under joint venture with other companies, too—including Geologix Explorations Inc. (TSX-V: GIX) on its Libertad Gold Project in Sonora and Arcus Development Group Inc. (ADG: TSX-V)on its Chapalota property in Sinaloa—and they're continually bringingin new properties. They have another property that I visited that Ilike very much called El Capitan, in Durango State. They've drilledabout eight holes there and it looks very promising. I think they'regoing to drill some additional holes, to outline a resource, so theycan get more value for their shareholders by improving the projectbefore they joint venture it out. They are already doing this withtheir Sugarloaf property in Arizona.

Another company making really good progress is Nayarit Gold Inc. (TSX-V:NYG). The company is run by a couple of ex- Gammon Gold Inc. (NYSE:GRS; TSX:GAM)people, so it's very well managed. I've visited their Orion project innorthern Nayarit, about two hours from Mazatlan, several times. Thedeposit is very interesting. Again, it's one of these epithermal veinsystems that can be very expensive for a junior to explore, but theyhave outlined one clavo on a very long vein system that now has a43-101 resource of 432,000 ounces. It's a combination silver and gold,maybe a little more silver-oriented. As I said, the key to theseepithermal vein systems is finding that first clavo to really establishthe project as developable. And in this case, the deposit is near thesurface so it will be more economic to mine than many others. Theirfeasibility study should be out in the couple of weeks and I'm prettysure that Nayarit will be moving up to the Advanced Explorers this year.

Another company that I've just added to the watch list and intend to visit soon is Corex Gold Corp. (TSX-V:CGE). They have a project on the Santana property in northern Sonora that's not too far from Alamos Gold Inc. (TSX.AGI)'sMulatos Mine. The results there so far are very interesting. If I likethe project, you will likely see them in the Early Explorers later thisyear.

TGR: You mentioned that you also look at energy stocks, is there anything there you are following?

TW:My primary focus at this time is clearly Mexican silver and goldcompanies and energy has been relegated to only special situations thatare still mining related. I think that the uranium market is veryinteresting, longer term. The supply/demand for uranium has only oneway to go as the rest of the world is "warming up" to nuclear power. Ireally think that the U.S. is going to have to consider more nuclearenergy if we seriously want to deal with carbon emissions and energyindependence. We currently operate the world's largest fleet of nuclearreactors, which produce 20% of our electricity. The U.S. currentlyconsumes 56 million pounds of uranium annually, but only produces 4.5million pounds. So without adding a single new reactor we are shortabout 50MM pounds of uranium a year. That is hardly energyindependence-especially considering that we have one of the world'slargest resource bases of the metal. Most of our uranium currentlycomes from Russia, who has indicated that they will not be renewingcontracts in 2013 as they wind down the dismantling of their nuclearweapons stockpile. This secondary source made up the bulk of theworldwide mining/consumption shortfall-which was about 70MM pounds in2008. Both the Democrats and Republicans are exploring ways to workuranium mining into their separate versions of the new energy bill. Itis not going to happen tomorrow, but I think that uranium mining willsee resurgence in this country.

I had a chance to visit a property in New Mexico recently with Mickey Fulp. I have tremendous respect for Mickey and he covers a uranium company called Strathmore Minerals (TSX-V:STM).Strathmore has two major properties that have had significantexploration and the deposits are outlined, if not defined. This is notan exploration story, but a permitting and production story. Mickey andI toured their Roca Honda property outside of Grants, New Mexico. It isunder joint venture with Sumitomo. The Japanese are very motivated tosecure uranium resources and they have committed a minimum of $50MM toadvance the project following a positive production decision. RocaHonda has over 33MM pound of very high grade ore and will likely getmuch larger when development and production commence. They have justsubmitted the permit which in and of itself is a milestone. These aresome very smart and experienced uranium guys and seeing the extent ofthe permitting process was a real eye-opener. Grants has a long historyof uranium mining and I believe this project will be permitted in thenext two years.

Their second flagship project is called GasHills and is in Wyoming. This is also in the permitting stage but in isin a district that has seen over 100MM pounds of historic production.They already have 17MM pounds identified which can be mined in an openpit. The property includes several other areas of known mineralizationand is 70 miles from the idle Sweetwater Mill owned by BHP Billiton.BHP is trying to sell the mill and if I am right about uranium miningin the U.S., it will be re-opened. The Gas Hills assets will be veryvaluable to whoever ends up with Sweetwater.

Strathmore has manyother non-core assets that they are selling off to avoid share dilutionas they move towards production. They just sold one property for $30MM,yet the entire market cap of Strathmore is only is only about $55MM.Selling this property will probably allow them to permit both RocaHonda and Gas Hills without selling additional equity.

Uraniumstocks have been pretty strong recently despite the metal pricedropping to $45. I think that anyone investing in uranium needs to betaking the long-term view and Strathmore is an excellent way to play it

TGR: Any other standouts in your MSG Model you want to talk about?

TW: Pediment Gold Corp. (TSX:PEZ) (OTCBB:PEZGF) (FSE:P5E)has done an excellent job of advancing two projects in Mexico, SanAntonio and La Colorada. They have been building resources at bothprojects through exploration, but they are also moving towardfeasibility by dealing with surface rights and water issues.

SilverCrest Mines Inc. (TSX.V:SVL),likewise, has done a great job of building resources and developingtheir project with minimal dilution to shareholders. It's now fullyfinanced and has begun construction at Santa Elena. They are pouringconcrete and have all the equipment standing by to build a heap leachmine. They should be pouring gold by June.

Another company whose project I like very much is Grayd Resource Corporation (TSX-V:GYD).Their La India project, in Sonora State, continues to grow and theyhave been adding some seasoned Mexican mine builders, including RitchHall to their management and advisory team. Ritch made me a lot ofmoney in Metallica Resources and he is now Chairman of Grayd. He hasbrought in several of the guys who helped him build Metallica and theyare doing everything right at Grayd. La India is another of my probabledestinations during the first quarter of 2010.

TGR: Judging from several sites you've mentioned, 2010 is shaping up as another busy travel year for you and DD Tours.

TW:Indeed it is. Nothing is cast in stone yet, but these are interestingand exciting times in Mexico. At $1100 gold and $18 silver, a lot moreprojects are coming into play.

TGR: Via con Dios, Trey.

C.F.(Trey) Wasser III spent 20 years as a bond salesman and trader withMerrill Lynch, Kidder Peabody and Paine Webber, specializing incorporate cash management for many Fortune 100 companies andinstitutional money managers. He counts some of those sameinstitutional money managers among his clients today, in his capacityas President and Director of Research for Pilot Point Partners LLCand President of Due Diligence Tours. It is via DD Tours that Treytakes analysts and fund managers on periodic site visits to juniorminers' properties in Mexico. An entrepreneur who is also active in theDallas real estate development market, Trey formed III-D Capital LLC in1993 to assist early-stage technology companies develop business plansand secure venture capital financing. That work evolved into a range ofconsulting assignments and finance activities for mining companies. Healso serves as a pro-bono consultant for a number of regulatoryagencies, including the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority(FINRA), which is the largest independent regulator for all securitiesfirms doing business in the United States
guten morgen
hat einer von euch schon die neuen aktien ins depot geliefert bekommen?
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also freundlich bleiben

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Thu Mar 18, 2010
Great Panther Silver Reports Fourth Quarter Net Profit Of $1.0 Million
GREAT PANTHER SILVER LIMITED (TSX: GPR; the "Company") is pleased to announce the unaudited financial results for the Company's year ending December 31, 2009. The Company will be filing its annual audited consolidated financial statements and management's discussion and analysis on March 19, 2010, following which the full version of these documents will be available to be viewed on the Company's web site at www.greatpanther.com or on SEDAR at www.sedar.com.



"The Board is very pleased to see the Company's first quarterly net profit of $1.0 million. And in terms of production, gross revenues, net operating profits and positive cash flow, 2009 was the Company's fourth successive all-time record year," said Kaare Foy, Executive Chairman.

Fourth Quarter Highlights

* Record metal production of 625,288 silver equivalent ounces ("Ag eq oz")(1), up 5% from the third quarter of 2009 and 26% from the fourth quarter of 2008.

* Record gold production of 2,456 oz Au, up 26% from the third quarter of 2009 and 53% from the fourth quarter of 2008.

* Silver production of 390,026 oz Ag, within 2% of the third quarter of 2009 and up 9% from the fourth quarter of 2008.

* Record production from Guanajuato of 470,025 Ag eq oz, up 9% from the third quarter of 2009 and 37% from the fourth quarter of 2008.

* Net income of $1.0 million for the three months ended December 31, 2009 compared to a net loss of $1.2 million for the same period in 2008.

* 80% increase in mineral sales revenues to $9.9 million for the three months ended December 31, 2009 from $5.5 million for the same period in 2008.

* $3.7 million increase in earnings from mining operations(2) (excluding amortization and depletion) to $5.2 million for the three months ended December 31, 2009 from $1.5 million for the same period in 2008.

* 37% decrease in cash cost per silver ounce(3), net of by-products, for the three months ended December 31, 2009 to US$4.80 from US$7.58 for the same period in 2008.

* $3.7 million increase in Adjusted EBITDA(4) to $3.0 million for the three months ended December 31, 2009 from an Adjusted EBITDA loss of $0.7 million for the same period in 2008.

* Acquisition of a 100% interest in the "La Prieta" concession in the Topia District to provide increased production by late 2010.

Year End Highlights

* Record annual metal production of 2,202,456, up 22% from 2008, and 6% above target.

* Record silver production of 1,456,830 silver ounces ("oz Ag"), up 20% from 2008, and meeting target.

* Record gold production of 7,151 gold ounces ("oz Au"), up 14% from 2008, and 19% above target.

* Highest quality concentrates to date, produced at record metal recoveries.

* 41% increase in mineral sales revenues to $31.7 million for the twelve months ended December 31, 2009 from $22.4 million for 2008.

* $10.7 million increase in earnings from mining operations (excluding amortization and depletion) to $15.0 million for the twelve months ended December 31, 2009 from $4.3 million for the same period in 2008.

* 46% decrease in cash cost per silver ounce, net of by-products, for the full year 2009 to US$5.58 from US$10.25 in 2008.

* $14.9 million increase in Adjusted EBITDA to $7.0 million for the year ended December 31, 2009 from an Adjusted EBITDA loss of $7.9 million in 2008.

* New three-year strategy announced to accelerate annual production to 3.8 million Ag eq oz, increase National Instrument ("NI") 43-101 compliant resources to 40 million Ag eq oz, and invest $22 million in capital expenditures and $14 million in a 65,000-metre diamond drilling program for both mines.

* Closed an equity offering for gross proceeds of $12.3 million on November 17, 2009.

Exploration Highlights

* Announced completion of the first NI 43-101 compliant mineral resource estimate on the zone known as the 'Cata Clavo' at the Guanajuato Mine. The new indicated resource estimate of 5,032,000 Ag eq oz, plus 285,000 Ag eq oz in the inferred category, represents only a very small part of the 4.2 kilometre strike length of the Guanajuato deposit.

* Increase to NI 43-101 compliant measured and indicated resources for Topia to 5.5 million Ag eq oz, and inferred resources to 5.7 million Ag eq oz, sufficient to support a 10-year mine plan.

* Surface core drilling successfully extended known high grade mineralization in six areas at the Topia mine, including the Recompensa, San Gregorio, El Rosario, Cantarranas, San Miguel, and El Ochenta veins.

* Successful mine exploratory development at Topia, including three areas hosting high grade silver-gold-lead-zinc mineralization along the San Gregorio, El Rosario and Don Benito veins which are already contributing to increased silver production.

* Continued underground development at Guanajuato was successful in identifying and delineating three new zones of silver-gold mineralization, all of which are currently being developed for production. The Alto 2 Zone in the Cata area, Santa Margarita in the Rayas area and the Los Pozos Zone between Cata and Rayas will all make significant contributions to production in 2010 and beyond.

2010 Outlook

Great Panther has initiated its new strategy to accelerate production and increase resources at both Guanajuato and Topia. The new plan forecasts increases to 2.6 million Ag eq oz in 2010 and to 3.8 million Ag eq oz by 2012. In the fourth quarter of 2009, the Company successfully raised the financing required to initiate and accelerate this strategy. Subsequently, new equipment has been ordered and is being delivered to the mines, and exploration drill programs have started in the first quarter of 2010. Great Panther is confident that the targets outlined in its new strategy will be achieved or exceeded.

The Company will continue to provide silver equivalent totals but the volatility of metal prices in recent months has made this an inconsistent basis for comparison with past and future production, such that individual metal production will also be presented. The Company has used metal prices of US$11/oz Ag, US$850/oz Au, US$0.50/lb Pb and US$0.50/lb Zn for 2009 silver equivalent calculations. These have been revised in 2010 to US$16/oz Ag, US$1,000/oz Au, US$0.80/lb Pb and US$0.80/lb Zn.

Some highlights from the 2010 plan include:



Operations produced 1,456,830 silver ounces at a cash operating cost of US$5.58 per oz of silver, net of by-product credits, for the year 2009. This compares favourably to the forecasted range of US$6.00 to US$6.50 per silver oz, is well below current metal prices of approximately $17/oz Ag and represents a significant improvement over the 2008 cash cost of US$10.25/oz Ag. The cost per oz of silver is dependent upon mine site operating costs, silver production, the cost of smelting and refining, the relative value of the Mexican peso against the US dollar and the value of by-product credits.

Management anticipates that unit costs will continue the current downward trend and Great Panther remains on course to achieve costs of US$4.00/oz by 2012. Cash flow generated from mining activities will be reinvested in operations for exploration and capital expenditures to increase resources and production. Surplus cash flow will be available for potential acquisitions as the Company continues to grow.

Both operations have demonstrated the ability to achieve higher silver production at a lower cost per ounce and with a higher profit margin. The Company's emphasis will be on maintaining positive operating cash flow while developing and exploring to continually increase metal production. The Company's production strategy is to increase silver production by 20% year-on-year at continually decreasing unit costs.

Mr. Robert Archer, President & CEO said today, "I am extremely proud of the entire Great Panther team for a tremendous year of record production, financial results and resource growth, culminating in the Company's first quarter of positive earnings. As we are bullish on near-term metal prices, the acceleration of our 3-year growth strategy should result in continued strong performance for Great Panther in the years ahead."

For further information, please visit the Company's website at www.greatpanther.com, contact B&D Capital at telephone 604 685 6465, fax 604 899 4303 or e-mail info@greatpanther.com.
sehr enttäuschende kursentwicklung nach den guten news. erstmals ein quartal mit schwarzen zahlen, trotzdem schwache entwicklung. ich bleibe trotzdem drin, wobei mir andere silberwerte, wie bspw. OK besser gefallen!
Das Unternehmen hat gestern für das erste Quartal 2010 die Produktionsergebnisse der zwei zu 100% eigenen mexikanischen Projekte Guanajuato und Topia bekanntgegeben. Im Vergleich zum ersten Quartal des Vorjahres stieg die Produktion um 10% an und erreichte 526.949 oz Silberäquivalent. Diese Zahl setzt sich zusammen aus 357.131 oz Silber, 1.598 oz Gold, 640.200 Pfund Blei und 760.640 Pfund Zink. Verglichen mit dem vorangegangenen 4. Quartal 2009 verzeichnete man aber einen Rückgang der Produktion von 16% wegen niedriggradigerem Material aus Guanajuato.

Im zweiten Halbjahr 2010 erwartet das Unternehmen durch den Einsatz neuer Ausrüstung in den Minen eine erhöhte Effizienz und damit einen weiteren Anstieg der Produktion.

Bei Guanajuato und Topia werden außerdem derzeit Explorations-Bohrprogramme durchgeführt. Im vierten Quartal wird dann eine Aktualisierung der Ressourcenschätzungen erwartet.


Quelle: http://www.minenportal.de/artikel.php?sid=9555

Gruss, dsl62
Great Panther Silver - Abwärtstrendlinie genau im Visier

Das kanadische Minenunternehmen Great Panther Silver Ltd. arbeitete sich sukzessiv von den markierten Tiefstständen des Jahres 2008 an die seit Dezember 2006 bestehende Abwärtstrendlinie heran. Aktuell steht eben diese als primär zu bezeichnende Abwärtstrendlinie im Chart-Blickpunkt und folglich sollte bzw. muss man diese Aktie fest im Auge behalten. Denn zum einen deutet sich mit dem Überwinden dieser Trendlinie ein strategisches Kaufsignal an und zum anderen behauptete Great Panther Silver stetig den 200-Tage-Durchschnitt bei aktuell 0,7716 Dollar. Soweit so gut, weitere Details wie gewohnt im nachfolgenden Fazit.

Fazit:

Neben der eingangs erwähnten Situation deuten auch die klassischen Bollinger-Bänder aufgrund ihrer Verengung einen nahenden Impuls an. Rein charttechnisch betrachtet gestaltet sich das derzeitige Setup durchweg bullisch und in Folge dessen sollte mitsamt nachhaltigem Ausbruch über die primäre und bei aktuell 0,9297 Dollar verlaufenden Abwärtstrendlinie rasch weitere Aufwärtsbewegungen folgen können. Die ersten Kursziele oberhalb der runden 1-Dollar-Marke befinden sich bei 1,12 Dollar und anschließend rund 1,25 Dollar. Hingegen ein überraschendes Abtauchen unter das Niveau von 0,75 Dollar bereits zur Vorsicht mahnen sollte. Rückschläge bis wenigstens 0,60 Dollar sollten in diesem Fall einkalkuliert werden. Wobei insbesondere bei Kursen unterhalb von 0,60 Dollar sich im sprichwörtlichen Sinne die Verkaufsschleusen öffnen würden. Abschläge bis hin zum Kursniveau von ca. 0,40 Dollar sollten sodann nicht überraschen.

Long Szenario:

Das grundlegend positiv erscheinende Setup löst sich mit Kursen oberhalb der 1-Dollar-Marke deutlich auf und initiiert Anschlusspotenzial bis zunächst 1,12 und anschließend 1,25 Dollar. Ein Ausbruch über 1,25 Dollar verspricht mittelfristig erhebliches Kurspotenzial bis zu den Kurshochs des Jahres 2006 um 2,45 Dollar.


Short Szenario:

Sollte Great Panther Silver unter die Niveaus von 0,75 Dollar fallen, drohen umgehend weitere Kursverluste bis zur Kursregion um 0,60 Dollar. Wobei gerade ein Abtauchen unter 0,60 Dollar die Chartsituation deutlich eintrübt und zusätzliches Rückschlagspotenzial bis wenigstens 0,40 Dollar generiert.


© Christian Kämmerer
Technischer Analyst und Redaktionsmitglied


Charts könnt Ihr Euch unter dem Link ansehen.

Gruss, dsl62

Quelle: http://www.minenportal.de/artikel.php?sid=9673
Great Panther Silver Ltd.: Reingewinn von 1,3 Mio. CAD

Das Unternehmen hat die ungeprüften finanziellen Ergebnisse des am 31. März 2010 geendeten Quartals bekanntgegeben.


Das erste Quartal im Überblick:

• In den drei Monaten konnte Great Panther einen Rekord-Reingewinn von 1,3 Mio. CAD verzeichnen.

• Der Umsatz erreichte 7,9 Mio. CAD. Im Vorjahreszeitraum waren es 6,3 Mio. CAD.

• Das adjustierte EBITDA lag bei 1,9 Mio. CAD - eine Steigerung um 98% im Vergleich zum ersten Quartal 2009.

• Es wurden 526.949 oz Silberäquivalent (357.131 oz Silber, 1.598 oz Gold, 640.200 Pfund Blei und 760.640 Pfund Zink) produziert.

• Der Verkauf von Silber belief sich auf 319.196 oz.


© Redaktion MinenPortal.de


Quellen: http://www.minenportal.de/artikel.php?sid=9853
http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/Great-Panther-Silver…

Gruss, dsl62
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.506.453 von Dudo62 am 12.05.10 12:05:48Hallo Dudo62, Du scheinst Dich mit der Aktie auszukennen. Ich bin im Blog von Udo Wolf auf diesen Wert gestoßen und setze mich gerade damit auseinander. Warum bekommt sie im Augenblick so viel Prügel?

Gruß, B.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.581.771 von Bollodotz am 25.05.10 21:20:38Sali Bollodotz,

war ein paar Tage weg. Ähmm, auskennen wäre übertrieben. Bin durch einen Tipp aufmerksam geworden. Ich glaube Rohstoff-Journal und habe dann weitere Artikel dazugefunden. Ich habe nur eine erste kleine Position gezogen (3K).

Verprügelt würde ich das nicht nennen. Es sieht bei allen anderen auch nicht anders aus. Im Mai verlassen die meisten Inverstoren die Explorer und Minienaktien. Die Range lag bisher zwischen 0,80 und 0,93 CAD. Also alles im grünen Bereich noch. Werde wohl im Laufe des Sommers noch mal aufstocken.

Gruss, dsl62
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.600.895 von sunsuyo am 28.05.10 16:40:07Bei einem geschätzten KGV von derzeit ca 20 kann ich die sexy Seite dieses Wertws nicht so recht erkennen - Wer klärt mich auf ?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.608.394 von ernestokg am 31.05.10 13:28:12Hi Ernestokg,
man kann die Junior-Silberproduzenten nicht einfach mit dem KGV bewerten. Entscheidend ist das Potential (Silberproduktion in den nächsten Jahren; Resourcenerweiterung; finanzielle Situation und Entwicklung: Cashbestand, Cash-Flow, Cash-Costen pro Tonne, Projektfinanzierung, Verwässerungsgefahren u.a.). Hier ist Great Panther Silver im Vergleich zu anderen Juniors (z.B. Fortuna, Endeavour) sehr günstig bewertet (sprich "sexy" :lick:).
Und wenn der Silberpreis auch noch steigt, wird Great Panther überproportional profitieren (ähnlich hohe Silberproduktion wie obengenannte Juniors bei einem Drittel der Marktkapitalisierung).
Think about,
Bomin
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.633.478 von Bomin am 04.06.10 15:28:11Gute Antwort !

Danke !

Werde hier weitere Rechere betreiben.


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