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ein sehr interessantes Unternehmen wie mir scheint

Bannerman vs Xemplar Energy ein interessanter Vergleich . . . :)
mit dem kleinen Unterschied, das bei Bannerman im Januar ein resource update
von 100 (+ X) mln lbs ansteht

Uramin wurde mit einer ähnlich großen resource (Trekkopje uranium project
in Namibia) von Areva für 2.5 Mrd übernommen

unter den Nachbarn von Bannerman befinden sich unter anderen:

Rio Tinto

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 32.817.514 von DaenischeSuedsee am 19.12.07 17:55:13ein paar andere Nachbarn sind XE, WME und Extract Resources
Fat Prophets initially recommended buying Bannerman

08 Nov, 2006

"Bannerman Resources caught our attention as one of the most prospective
exploration plays that we have seen."

This work has increased the strike length of identified uranium mineralisation
to more than 37km, with a feature known as the Goanikontes dome hosting
22km of this strike length. This works has also found another one of the 12
anomalies, known as Anomaly 11, to be much larger than expected, at 15km
in strike length.

What all of this means is that Bannerman's Welwitschia Project hosts large-scale
targets of outstanding potential. Ongoing drilling work is sure to provide enormous
excitement for Members, in our view.
Bannerman's Swakop River project meanwhile is just as attractive and surrounds
another world-class uranium deposit, Paladin Resources' Langer Heinrich uranium

. . :rolleyes: . . still flying under the radar ?? Hm, vielleicht auch besser so, Geduld wird
sich hier auszahlen, Ende Januar steht ein signifikantes resource update an und
durch Xemplar wird auch Bannerman in den Focus vieler Instis gelangen

große Aufregung bei Xemplar wegen Rio Tinto


Bannerman ist deutlich besser aufgestellt und mit weniger als der halben Mk bewertet

A grand Namibian plan

When Bannerman Resources managing director
Peter Batten describes an open pit in Namibia
similar in size to that of Rossing, the world’s largest
open pit uranium mine, his vision seems ambitious
– but also achievable. By Kate Haycock

"The current resource stands at 27 mlbs, with the company targeting
a resource upgrade of over 100 mlbs by mid-January 2008 followed
by a final resource estimate by March 2008 targeting over 160 mlbs
BAN may be one of the very few bargains left!!!

Paladin now able to look for some bargains

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January 15, 2008

oTHE uranium producer Paladin Energy is expected to resume its focus on acquisitions now that it has overcome production issues at its brand new Langer Heinrich mine in Namibia.

The mine, one of the first of a new breed of uranium mines since a recent increase in the price of the nuclear fuel, was unable to meet its original production forecast last year after a failure of its leach tank liners.

"We were in suspension [as a company]," said the managing director of Paladin, John Borshoff. "We couldn't do other things until we got our credibility back and our performance where we said we would be."

Paladin yesterday said it had met its second-half production target of 295 tonnes of uranium from Langer Heinrich.

The mine's production is expected to reach its nameplate capacity of 1179 tonnes this year before a planned expansion to 1678 tonnes.

Mr Borshoff said the board expected to approve the $US40 million ($44.7 million) to $US50 million expansion next month and to complete construction by the end of the year.

"When you look at the guidance of all the uranium companies around the world today, Paladin is one of the few that is maintaining its guidance for 2008," he said. "I think that's a tremendous achievement."

The construction of Paladin's second mine, Kayelekera in Malawi, should be completed by the end of the year. Mr Borshoff said Paladin should produce about 1723 tonnes of uranium from the two mines next year, rising to 2267 tonnes in 2010.

The company, which last year bought the Queensland uranium explorer Summit Resources, has renewed its focus on acquisitions after working through the teething problems at Langer Heinrich.

Since the uranium spot price has fallen from last year's record high of $US138 a pound, the value of many uranium stocks has dived. Mr Borshoff said the drop in the uranium price to its current level of $US90 a pound was "not one iota" of a concern, with the projected strong demand for nuclear power. But the fall in the share prices of uranium companies may help Paladin further its ambitions of buying more projects, particularly in North America.

On Friday Deutsche Bank analysts deemed Paladin their "preferred pick" within the uranium sector with an $8.25 target price.

The analysts said: "We forecast strong earnings growth from the company's stated production guidance and recognise that further upside opportunities are available to the company via production expansions at both Langer Heinrich and Kayelekera."

Paladin shares closed 6c lower at $5.95, after trading to $6.18.
Bannerman Resources Ltd. Reports Goanikontes Anomaly A Operational Cost Reductions
Friday January 18, 2:47 pm ET

Bannerman sees Goanikontes A major uranium producer
Sunday, January 20, 2008; Posted: 05:32 PM

Sydney, Jan 21, 2008 (RWE via COMTEX) -- BNNLF | news | PowerRating | PR Charts -- (RWE Aust Business News) Bannerman Resources (ASX:BMN) has results from the scoping study at its Namibian project, Goanikontes Anomaly A, which shows the potential to be a major producer of uranium on the world scene.

The project is ideally located close to existing uranium mines and major infrastructure and the study has outlined the potential for an economic and robust project.

The case study for on site acid production is part of the ongoing work that is refining the details for the project economics in areas identified with the potential to reduce the operating costs in the proposed processing plant.

On site acid production not only reduces the project costs but includes the security of supply against third party acid procurement and produces a significant component of the overall project power requirements.

Further improvements to the operating costs may be achievable and the work required to assess these improvements will be included within the scope of the Bankable Feasibility Study scheduled to commence in February 2008.

Bannerman is continuing to progress the project towards development in line with the schedule.

A resource update for Goanikontes Anomaly A will be completed this month.



Sydney - Wednesday - January 23: (RWE Aust Business News)


The market has certainly lost confidence when a miner announces that a new uranium discovery has the potential of a major producer but the shares buckle in the current selloff. Shares of Bannerman Resources Ltd (ASX:BMN) yesterday slumped 93c to $2.25 on what should have been a bullish report in any other period.

But the market has fallen 12 sessions in row and every company has been vulnerable to a downturn. On Monday, Bannerman Resources declared it sees its Namibian project, Goanikontes Anomaly A, as a major uranium producer based on results from a scoping study.

The project is ideally located close to existing uranium mines and major infrastructure and the study has outlined the potential for an economic and robust project. The case study for on-site acid production is part of the ongoing
work that is refining the details for the project economics in areas identified with the potential to reduce the operating costs in the proposed processing plant. On-site acid production not only reduces the project costs but includes the security of supply against third-party acid procurement and produces a significant component of the overall project power requirements.

Further improvements to the operating costs may be achievable and the work required to assess these improvements will be included within the scope of the Bankable Feasibility Study scheduled to commence in February.

Bannerman is continuing to progress the project towards development in line with the schedule. A resource update for Goanikontes Anomaly A will be completed this month.


Shares of Bannerman Resources yesterday slumped 93c to $2.27. Rolling high for the year is $4.14 and low 1.30. The company has 132.5 million with a market cap of $298.2 million. But the weakness in the company may not all be due to current market conditions.

In December, Bannerman Resources reported that a company incorporated in Namibia, Savanna Marble Close Corporation, had commenced proceedings in the High Court of Namibia against the Namibian Minister of Mines and Energy, Bannerman's 80 per cent-owned subsidiary Bannerman Mining Resources (Namibia) (Proprietary) and an individual known as Robert D Wirtz who has no connection with Bannerman.

The proceedings sought to seek an order reviewing and correcting or setting aside the decision taken by the Minister of Mines and Energy in Namibia to grant Bannerman Namibia Licence EPL3345 with exclusive mineral rights for the nuclear fuel group of minerals over the area covered by Savanna's EPL3045, or alternatively, orders that the decision by the Minister of Mines and Energy to grant Bannerman Namibia EPL3345 be declared null and void.

Savanna is also seeking the costs of the application. Bannerman said EPL3045 held by Savanna only entitles it to mine stone known as "dimension stone". It is not entitled to explore for or mine any nuclear fuel minerals.

About three months ago Savanna applied to have nuclear fuels added to its licence. This application has not been dealt with and in Bannerman's view is unlikely to be granted. Savanna's EPL3045 is situated north of the Swakop River not near the company's Goanikontes Anomaly A deposit. The area which is the subject of the notice does not overlap on the current drilling program and will not have an impact on the exploration and development work planned by Bannerman Namibia.

Bannerman is not expecting any delays to the current schedule from this action. Savanna has applied for a mining licence indicating the area of economic interest for dimension stone sits on the northern boundary of the company's licence EPL3345.

The mining licence application does not cover any uranium targets currently in the company's inventory. Prior to the commencement of the proceedings Bannerman Namibia had taken advice in relation to many of the matters that are the subject of the proceedings, has formed the view that the proceedings have no proper foundation and are unlikely to succeed. The proceedings will be vigorously defended. Bannerman pointed out that under Namibian law it is possible, and quite common, to have overlapping mining permits for different minerals.

Apart from the Savanna dimension stone prospecting licence there is also a mining licence for copper, a prospecting licence for limestone and an application for mica. Bannerman Namibia does not expect that Savanna's right to mine dimension stone will affect Bannerman's ability to explore for and mine uranium in the overlapping parts of its licences.
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oh- jetzt gibt auch einen thread
hatte vor paar monaten schonmal geschaut
da gabs noch keinen
ein interessanter wert
reserven etc sehen gut aus
produktion ja erst ab 2011
von daher kann man das ganze in der nächsten zeit noch von der seitenlinie aus betrachten
mal schauen was der u308 preis noch so veranstaltet
Haywood gives a $4.50 taget

Haywood have just started covering BMN.

The report below is worth a read

Mar 03, 2008 16:14 ET

Bannerman Resources Announces Equity Financing

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - March 3, 2008) -

Bannerman Resources Ltd. (TSX:BAN)(ASX:BMN) ("Bannerman" or the "Company") announced today that it has filed a preliminary short form prospectus with securities regulatory authorities in Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba in respect of a public offering of ordinary shares (the "Offering"). The Offering will be conducted through a syndicate of underwriters, led by Haywood Securities Inc., and including GMP Securities L.P., Cormark Securities Inc. and Thomas Weisel Partners Canada Inc.

The Offering will be priced in the context of the market with final terms of the Offering to be determined at the time of pricing. Bannerman plans to use the net proceeds from the financing to develop its Goanikontes uranium project in Namibia, other exploration costs and for working capital and general corporate purposes.

Trading in Bannerman's shares will be temporarily suspended on the Australian Stock Exchange pending finalization of the terms of the proposed Offering.

The Offering is subject to certain conditions including, but not limited to, the entering into by Bannerman and the underwriters of an underwriting agreement and the receipt of all necessary approvals, including the approval of the Toronto Stock Exchange and the Australian Stock Exchange.

The Offering is expected to close on or about March 27, 2008.

These securities have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "U.S. Securities Act"), or the securities laws of any state of the United States and these securities may not be offered or sold, directly or indirectly, within the United States or to or for the account or benefit of a U.S. person (as defined in Regulation S under the U.S. Securities Act) without registration under the U.S. Securities Act and any applicable state securities laws unless an exemption from registration is available. This news release is not an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy the securities in any jurisdiction.

About Bannerman

Bannerman Resources Limited is an emerging international uranium producer with projects in Namibia and Botswana and an interest in a license in Australia. The Company's major focus is on the exploration and development of a uranium project in Namibia.

Bannerman is currently focused on accelerating the development of its primary asset, the Goanikontes uranium project located in the world-class uranium country of Namibia and situated on a trend southwest of the Rio Tinto Rossing mine. A bankable feasibility study is planned for 2008 with production planned to commence in 2011.
West Australian Metals in Stuttgart! (während der „Invest“)
Die interessanteste Uranstory des Jahres! West Australian Metals, einer der
größten Uranexplorer in Namibia, stellt das dortige „Marencia Projekt“
vor. „Marencia“ erstreckt sich über 700 km² mit hohem Potential für
sekundäre und primäre Uranvorkommen. Hier werden über 100 Millionen Pfund
Uranoxid vermutet, davon sind bereits 15 Mio. per JORC Studie nachgewiesen.
Neben australischen Experten arbeiten an dem Projekt auch deutsche Geologen.
Das Gebiet grenzt unmittelbar an Areva / Uramin. Infrastruktur und
verkehrsmäßige Anbindung gelten als optimal.

Also: Informationen aus erster Hand! Chairman, Technischer Direktor und ein
deutscher Geologe stellen das Projekt vor und beantworten Ihre Fragen.

Wann: 12.April 2008, 17 Uhr
Wo: Hotel Mövenpick, 70629 Stuttgart Airport, Flughafenstrasse 50, (Nähe
Messe und Flughafen) Im Anschluss Imbiss und Möglichkeit des persönlichen

Weitere Informationen: http://www.wametals.de – dort können Sie auch
Infos per Mail anfordern. Oder direkt unter: westaustralianmetals@web.de

West Australian Metals ist in Frankfurt, Berlin und Sydney gelistet.
Frankfurter Börse: WTT / ISIN:AU000000WME4 - Sydney ASX.com: WME

interessant . . . Bannerman hat bereits 70 Mio pfd JORC, in der direkten
Nachbarschaft der Rossing Mine von Rio Tinto und wird noch in diesem
Jahr 100 Mio pfd + x nachweisen und hat schon die Bankable Feasibility
Study in Arbeit . . .

Sydney - Wednesday - April 2:
(RWE Aust Business News) -

Bannerman Resources (ASX:BMN) has been advised by director Nathan McMahon
and other shareholders that a portion of their shareholdings are subject
to an equity finance contract with Opes Prime, in receivership by the ANZ
Bank (ASX:ANZ).

The company cannot provide surety of the total number of the
securities affected by the Opes margin lending, however, following an
analysis of the register, identified two holdings which it believes may
be potentially linked to the Opes facilities.

These shares represent 10.3pc of the issued capital.
Mr McMahon has informed the company that entities associated with
him have margin lending arrangements with Opes under which 14,722,097
ordinary shares representing 10.2pc of the issued capital are pledged as
collateral which are held in these ANZ Nominees accounts.

The key terms of the Opes facilities as understood by Mr McMahon
were that of a standard margin loan facility, whereby equity securities
were given as collateral for funds advanced to clients and a security
value for the collateral was determined by Opes.

The current status of the ownership and control of the securities
is unclear at this time.

No other directors or executives have any margin loan
arrangements secured by the company's shares.

kriegt Ihr das mit dem Seitenumbruch noch mal hin ?? oder soll man sich hier 'nen Wolf scrollen ??
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 33.855.236 von DaenischeSuedsee am 10.04.08 11:33:10Korrektur: HAYWOOD Research Report
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 33.855.303 von DaenischeSuedsee am 10.04.08 11:38:20Namibia: Work On Desalination Plant to Start


4 April 2008
Posted to the web 4 April 2008

Petronella Sibeene

NamWater has announced that the construction of a second plant to desalinate salty seawater for domestic and industrial use in a project worth overa billion Namibian dollars in the Erongo region will commence in October.

The desalination plant will supply water to about 12 new uranium mines expected to start operating in 2010.

Managing Director of NamWater, Dr Vaino Shivute,yesterday said the unprecedented increase in uranium demand globally since 2000, has aroused interest among companies to explore uraniummining in Namibia.

Mines in the pipeline such as Valencia, Goanikontes, Husab, Marenica, Tubas and Tumas and fiveothers are expected to open in the Erongo region starting 2010. Rössing and Langer Heinrich mines are expected to increase their production in the coming few years and will also get water supply from the desalination plant.

They will consume about 53million cubic metres per annum exceeding the utility's nationwide supply of 67 million cubic metres per annum.

This will be the second desalination plant in that region.

In November last year, NamWater and UraMin announced a joint undertaking to construct a seawater intake and brine disposal system.

The plant to be commissioned end 2009 will supply about 20 million cubic metres per year to Trekkopje Mine.

The capital cost for the project announced yesterday is estimated at N$1.48 billion.

Considering the huge financial outlay involved, Shivute said NamWater is likely to go the market to borrow. A financial consultant has already been appointed.

NamWater will recover the money from the mining companies either as capital payment upfront or water tariffs.

The funds will be used for putting up a system for seawater intake,building the plant itself, pipes, pump station, reservoirs and also for power supply.

"It is not true that NamWater is subsidising water to the mines. They are prepared top pay," he said.

Upcoming mines guaranteed they will buy water from NamWater and recover thecosts within the shortest period of the mine's lifespan, NamWater said.

Last year, NamWater appointed a desalination consultant and prequalification bidders have already been completed.

The tender documents were completed and preferred bidders were presented with the documents last month.

The commissioning date for the desalination plant is early 2010.

While the mining industry depends heavily on energy supply in order to operate big machines, Shivute said an inter-ministerial committee comprising of members of NamPower and NamWater was established to coordinate requirements from the ministries and parastatals. NamPower assured it would by the third-quarter of next year have enough electricity for the mines.

The desalinationproject will facilitate enormous growth in uranium mining in the country resulting in economic growth, said Shivute.

It is estimated that about 3000 Namibians will secure jobs in the industry.

Shivute also indicated that the design of themuch-anticipated desalination plant will be in such a way that itminimises the brine discharge into the sea.

"A stringent environmental management plan will be imposed by NamWater onall the engineering contractors that will be employed on the project,"Shivute added.

Meanwhile, coastal water demands will still be met from the Kuiseb and Omdel aquifers.

zur info...

Vom 15.05.2008
Daumen hoch für Bannerman Resources
Das australische Explorationsunternehmen Bannerman Resources Ltd hat nach jüngsten erfolgsversprechenden Untersuchungsergebnissen für das Goanikontes-Uranprojekt 41 Kilometer südlich von Swakopmund eine positive Resonanz von internationalen Analysten bekommen.

Die Uranförderung in Namibia, hier bei der Rössing-Mine, bleibt trotz des gesunkenen Weltmarktpreises weiterhin interessant und lukrativ.
Wir stufen Goanikontes als eines der wichtigsten Uranprojekte weltweit ein”, so die Meinung eines renommierten kanadischen Brokers. Bannerman ist an der Börse von Toronto notiert, einer der beliebtesten Kapitalsammelstellen für Explorationsfirmen weltweit. „Die Untersuchungsergebnisse von Goanikontes A haben bislang erhebliche Uranablagerungen gezeigt. Wir gehen davon aus, dass der bislang geschätzte Umfang der U3O8-Ablagerungen von 72,2 Millionen Pfund demnächst deutlich nach oben revidiert wird”, fuhr er fort. Triuranoctoxid (U3O8) ist das erste Zwischenprodukt, das beim Abbau von Uranerzen gewonnen wird.

Das Goanikontes-Projekt ist das derzeit wichtigste Projekt von Bannerman Resources, einschließlich Explorationsaktivitäten in Australien und Botswana. Bannerman hat nach aktuellen Daten hier bislang 333 Probebohrungen durchgeführt und ist dabei, seine Untersuchungen auszuweiten. So hat das Unternehmen nach eigenen Angaben damit begonnen, auch beim Rössingberg Probebohrungen durchzuführen.

Im Zuge des enorm gestiegenen Uranpreises, der im Juli 2007 bei über 130 US-Dollar je Pfund seinen vorläufigen Höchststand erreicht hat, inzwischen allerdings auf rund 70 US-Dollar gefallen ist, hat sich das Gebiet südlich von Swakopmund in der Nähe des größten Urantagebaus der Welt, Rössing Uranium von Rio Tinto, zu einem Mekka für Uranexplorationsgesellschaften aus aller Welt entwickelt. Obwohl dies zu starken Protesten von Umweltschützern geführt hat, sind inzwischen eine Reihe Explorationsprojekte erfolgreich abgeschlossen und der Minenbetrieb aufgenommen worden, wie im Falle der Mine Langer Heinrich vom ebenfalls australischen Unternehmen Paladin Resources.

Auch das Goanikontes-Projekt ist bislang auf wenig Gegenliebe bei Umweltschützern gestoßen. Zudem ist es zu einer gerichtlichen Auseinandersetzung mit einem hiesigen Minenbetrieb über den Grenzverlauf der Welwitschia-Prospektierlizenz (EPL 3345) gekommen, die das Goanikontes-Projekt umfasst. Die EPL 3345 deckt eine Oberfläche von rund 500 Quadratkilometer ab. Im Rahmen dieser Prospektierlizenz will Bannerman insgesamt zehn potenzielle Lagerstätten untersuchen. Die Regierung hat sich trotz aller Kontroversen bislang konsequent für die Interessen der ausländischen Explorationsfirmen eingesetzt.

In einer Projektübersicht auf seiner Internetseite geht Bannerman Resources davon aus, dass es rund 70 Prozent seines Elektrizitätsbedarfs selbst decken und daher von der regionalen Stromnotlage nicht stark betroffen sein werde. Zudem wird angedeutet, dass die von NamWater gebaute Meerwasserentsalzungsanlage nördlich von Wlotzkasbaken eine entscheidende Rolle in der Wasserversorgung der Bannermann-Projekte spielen soll.

Neben Kanada und Australien ist Bannerman Resources Ltd seit dem 2. April dieses Jahres auch in Namibia an der Börse notiert. An diesem Tag ging die Bannerman-Aktie (Kürzel: BMN) bei fast 14 Namibia-Dollar aus dem Handel. Inzwischen hat sie auf 11,32 Namibia-Dollar (13. Mai 2008) abgespeckt. Die Aktie sei relativ illiquide, werde also wenig gehandelt, ergab gestern eine Nachfrage bei einem hiesigen Broker. Anlagen in Explorationsgesellschaften seien gemeinhin höchst spekulativ, auch wenn sie von Marktbeobachtern mit dem positiven Prädikat „sector ourperform” – wie im Falle von Bannerman Resources – bewertet werden.
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Re: News Releases - Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Bannerman Resources' Resource Drilling Finalised at Anomaly A
Exploration Commences for Additional Production Capacity


Perth, Australia -- June 24, 2008 -- Bannerman Resources Ltd (ASX: BMN, TSX: BAN) ("Bannerman" or the "Company"), a uranium exploration and mine development company focused on projects in Namibia, is pleased to report that resource drilling has now been completed at Goanikontes' Anomaly A and that senior geological staff have mobilised to the Perth Company office to begin final resource estimation work.

Drill rigs have now been mobilised to explore prospects which have been identified beyond the principle uranium deposit at Goanikontes' Anomaly A. In all, fifteen prospects have been identified to date with targets prioritised based on historic drill results (where available), ground and airborne radiometric surveys and geological mapping. This marks the commencement of an exciting new exploration phase for the Company. It is the Company's intention to define additional significant uranium resources with proximity to the Anomaly A deposit.

Additional Uranium deposits could provide for;

-Enhanced and additional ore to supplement the Anomaly A project, -Additional resources to underpin a possible Stage 2 expansion beyond the envisaged 15Mt p.a. mining and milling operation at Anomaly A, -A much larger resource base for an additional stand alone plant elsewhere on the lease, utilising shared infrastructure and management capabilities.

Drilling at Anomaly A totalled 441 RC holes for 117,198 metres and 47 Diamond Core holes for 18,123 metres over the 2.3 kilometre strike that has been defined for the resource estimate. This represents the culmination of over 18 months of continuous drilling and has identified one of the world's largest known uranium deposits.

The Company expects to announce an updated resource estimate in Q3 2008. To this end, the completion of resource drilling and the mobilisation of senior geological staff to the Perth office to work with RSG Coffey Mining are major milestones.

The final resource will mostly comprise chemical assay data, including results from significant width and depth extensions that were not included in the interim resource estimate announced in January, 2008 and will also include core and RC drill hole results from infill drilling completed on a 50 metre by 50 metre grid.

This new resource estimate will be the basis of the definitive feasibility study being completed by GRD Minproc, however, mineralisation at Anomaly A remains open to the North, South, West and at depth. One diamond core rig will remain in the area testing these extensions and collecting samples for geotechnical and metallurgical test work for the feasibility study currently under commission.

Peter Batten, Managing Director says, "It is important to recognise that the Anomaly A project is in fact a single pit that does not yet include all the known mineralisation. The geological sequence hosting the Anomaly A Project is known to continue and in some cases repeat itself along strike and down dip. It would be more accurate to describe Anomaly A as the first open pit in the Project area."

Bannerman is currently establishing a sample preparation laboratory, to be run by an independent commercial laboratory firm, in Swakopmund for the exclusive use of the Company. It is expected that this facility will greatly expedite the processing of drill samples.

Exploration drilling on the other prospects has now commenced with drilling being conducted at Oshivelli, Rossingberg and at Ombuga South.

About Bannerman
Bannerman Resources Limited is an emerging uranium producer with interests in two properties in Namibia, an African country considered to be a premier mining jurisdiction. Its principal and most significant asset is its 80% interest in the Goanikontes project situated on a trend southwest of the Rio Tinto Rössing uranium mine.

Bannerman is focused on accelerating the development of one of a very large uranium deposit at Goanikontes, Namibia. A mine plan is contemplating low cost uranium production using proven processing techniques. The scoping study completed in December 2007 describes robust project economics using conservative uranium prices. A definitive feasibility study is currently underway by GRD Minproc. The company expects to bring its starter asset at the Goanikontes deposit into production by 2011.

As well, the area offers tremendous exploration potential. Exploration of an initial fifteen identified targets has commenced and will continue through the development stages of the Goanikontes starter asset.

Please visit the Company website at www.bannermanresources.com

For further information please contact:
Peter Batten
Managing Director
Bannerman Resources Ltd.
Ph: +61 (08) 9381 1436
Em: peter@bannermanresources.com.au

North America
Ann Gibbs
Investor Relations
Bannerman Resources Ltd
Tel: 1 416 388 7247
E: ann@bannermanresources.com

The information in this report that relates to the Exploration Results, Mineral Resources or Ore Reserves of the projects owned by Bannerman Resources Ltd is based on information compiled by Mr Peter Batten, who is a Member of The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and who has sufficient experience relevant to the style of mineralisation and types of deposits under consideration and to the activity which is being undertaken to qualify as Competent Person as defined in the 2004 Edition of the "Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves" and as a Qualified Person for purposes of National Instrument 43-101 of the Canadian Securities Administrators.. Mr Batten consents to the inclusion in the report of the matters based on his information in the form and context in which it appears.
Copyright (c) 2008 BANNERMAN RESOURCES LIMITED (BAN) All rights reserved. For more information visit our website at http://www.bannermanresources.com/ or send mailto:questions@bannermanresources.com

das hatte ja die Wirkung eines Treibsatzes, sieht so aus als wird bei Bannerman
alles wieder in's Lot kommen . . . ;)
super wert
ein ver10facher ist hier drin
kennzahlen sehen super aus
wenn der uran preis mitspielt
This article may assist all those on-lookers, in deciding a position in Bannerman.

Battle for uranium resource hots up.

WINDHOEK - The battle for uranium oxide or yellow cake is heating up after the Ministry of Mines and Energy's decision to issue a mining licence to Bannerman Mining Resources Namibia.

In December 2007, another mine, Savanna Marble CC filed a lawsuit against the Minister of Mines and Energy and Bannerman Resources Limited, challenging the validity of a licence given to Bannerman to mine uranium.

The bone of contention is that the area in which Bannerman is licensed to mine uranium, overlaps the area in which Savanna is licensed to mine dimension stones.

In its lawsuit, Savanna Marble is seeking an order to declare the granting of the licence given to Bannerman null and void.

International stock market company Tradingmarkets.com reported recently that Savanna Marble is challenging the granting of this licence because it wants to mine uranium in that very same area itself.

The area in question is situated in the Erongo region, just outside Swakopmund.

Bannerman's mine is situated at Goanikontes towards the Namib Naukluft Park.

The chairman of Bannerman, Geoff Stanley, stated in an update on this matter on his company's website last week that even Namibian Minister of Mines and Energy Erkki Nghimtina is strongly opposed to Savanna's claim.

He said both his company and the Minister of Mines and Energy agree that Savanna's claim should be rejected prior to any substantive hearing of the case, on the grounds that Savanna is guilty of serious and unacceptable delays in waiting for two years to bring proceedings against the respondents.

"The application is without merit and will fail," he stressed.

In an effort to reassure shareholders, Stanley said: "Currently, the company has no debt and sufficient cash to fund the ongoing feasibility study into the development of the project."

"The company has continued to achieve its targets at the Goanikontes Uranium Project in the Erongo Region.

The company believes the resources at Goanikontes Anomaly has the potential to underpin one of the largest uranium-producing operations in the world," he added.n in Bannerman.

Here's a Link to the Company in mention Savanna.

LETTER TO SHAREHOLDER vom neuen CEO unter nachfolg. link...


...da kommt wieder musik rein....IMO !!!

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.053.774 von hbg55 am 24.11.08 17:34:12
...mit heutiger vorlage aus USA/ CAN wirds MORGEN
auch bei den AUSSIS krachen - drum HEUTE noch REIN !!!

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.053.871 von hbg55 am 24.11.08 17:42:04

......und SO starten wir dann auch FEST in den neuen tag mit
nem sprung über den aud 0,50- widerstand.....

Number (s) Time
Last Traded Price Volume Change Value Number
of Trades

35 - 37 10:11:27 am 52 91,000 0.5 $47,320 3
33 - 34 10:10:47 am 51.5 567 0.5 $292 2
31 - 32 10:08:22 am 52 9,000 3 $4,680 2
28 - 30 10:00:29 am 55 5,794 0.5 $3,187 3
27 10:00:29 am 54.5 86 0.5 $47 1
25 - 26 10:00:29 am 54 4,120 0.5 $2,225 2
1 - 24 10:00:25 am 54.5 155,000 $84,475 24:eek::eek:


...allen interessierten an BMN sei auch die brandakt.
pres. zum annual general meeting unter nachfolg. link
zu empfehlen........


mit dem heutigen tag mit SK von 0,58 sollte uns
endgültig der sprung ÜBER die aud 0,50 gelungen sein.....

Number (s) Time
Last Traded Price Volume Change Value Number
of Trades

119 - 121 5:07:14 pm 58 10,725 1 $6,220 3
118 3:58:07 pm 59 8,650 0.5 $5,104 1
115 - 117 3:58:07 pm 58.5 40,000 1 $23,400 3
112 - 114 3:53:23 pm 57.5 11,350 0.5 $6,526 3
111 3:52:35 pm 57 9,100 0.5 $5,187 1
106 - 110 3:52:07 pm 56.5 14,100 0.5 $7,967 5
105 3:48:04 pm 57 900 0.5 $513 1
104 3:46:04 pm 56.5 2,816 1.5 $1,591 1
103 3:44:17 pm 55 9,357 1 $5,146 1
102 3:44:17 pm 56 2,695 1 $1,509 1
99 - 101 3:44:17 pm 57 50,000 1 $28,500 3

....´bevors´ die GLOBAL player machen, bietet sich hier
akt. eine TOP- chance....IMO !!!

so seihts auch ein HC- veteran......siehe nachfolg. auszug...

As to a takeover ... man, BMN must be looking juicy ATM!

Every time I see the Swakop River EPL surrounding PDN's Langer H .... I just smile!! That must be such a temptation to PDN, because the extension of LH, and the host alaskite to their resource is all on BMN land!!

Any attempt at a takeover would have to be initiated at around $1 per share at the moment. That would be nowhere enough, as sufficient shares are held by directors and friendly hands to hold out for higher prices.

One year ago, I would have said $5-$7 would get you BMN ... Today its a different story. I would say that a $3 - $4 final offer might make it!

But each day that the world market recovers, each day that BMN recovers, and advances the project will improve that. A removal of Savannah, will change the landscape altogether.

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.071.999 von hbg55 am 26.11.08 10:51:14zum besseren verständnis nachfolg. aussage mal die
entsprechende praghik !!!

......Every time I see the Swakop River EPL surrounding PDN's Langer H .... I just smile!! That must be such a temptation to PDN, because the extension of LH, and the host alaskite to their resource is all on BMN land!!.....

17 December 2008
Settlement of Savanna Litigation
Perth, Australia – 17 December 2008 – Bannerman Resources Ltd (ASX: BMN, TSX:
BAN) ("Bannerman" or the "Company") advises that its subsidiary Bannerman Mining
Resources (Namibia) Pty Ltd (“Bannerman Namibia”) has entered into an agreement to
settle the litigation against Bannerman and others brought by Savanna Marble CC
(“Savanna”) and certain associated parties (the “Savanna Parties”).
Under the terms of the settlement agreement, Savanna has agreed to discontinue the
review application in Notice of Motion A338 of 2007 in the High Court of Namibia. As
previously announced to the market, Savanna had sought a declaration that the grant by
the Minister of Mines and Energy of Namibia of the Company’s Exclusive Prospective
Licence (“EPL”) 3345, on which the Etango Project is situated, was void.
This settlement removes a very real threat to the Company’s timetable for the
development of the Etango Project and any possibility of losing the licence.
Bannerman CEO Mr Len Jubber said that the Bannerman board of directors was
unanimously of the view that settlement of the Savanna litigation represented a much
better outcome for Bannerman than proceeding to trial.
“While we were very confident in our legal position, we could not ignore the reality that the
delay in finalising the litigation was going to significantly complicate our ability to advance
our development plans for the Etango Project and our other interests in Namibia.
“Apart from the time, effort and expense associated with the litigation we were also
cognisant of the risk, no matter how small, of an adverse outcome from the proceedings”.
“The settlement of this litigation removes a significant potential roadblock for us and will
allow us to progress discussions with all stakeholders – including various arms of the
Namibian government and potential investors and partners – free of the impediments that
the litigation created.”

Details of settlement agreement
Under the terms of the settlement agreement, in consideration for the termination of the
proceedings, Savanna is entitled to receive up to A$3.5 million cash and 9,500,000 fully
paid ordinary shares in Bannerman
A$3 million cash will be paid to Savanna upon completion of the Deed and a further A$0.5
million is contingent on the grant of the Mining Licence.
To ensure that the interests of Savanna and the company are more closely aligned, the
shares to be issued to Savanna will be issued in two tranches. The first tranche of
5,500,000 shares will be issued on completion of the Deed with the balance of 4,000,000
shares (subject to Bannerman shareholder approval) being issued on the grant of a Mining
Licence in relation to EPL 3345.
Bannerman will seek the approval of its shareholders to issue of the second tranche of
shares under the terms of the settlement agreement at a General Meeting expected to be
held in February 2009
. If Bannerman shareholder approval for the issue of the second
tranche of shares is not obtained by the date on which the Mining Licence is granted, then
within 15 business days of the grant of the Mining Licence, Bannerman must pay to
Savanna an equivalent value in cash based on the volume weighted average Bannerman
share price over the 10 trading days prior to, and the 10 trading days immediately after,
the date on which the Mining Licence is issued.
Under the terms of the settlement agreement, the Savanna Parties undertake to withdraw
applications for the issue and amendment of Exclusive Prospecting Licences overlapping
EPL 3345 and to refrain from bringing review actions in the future that would impact
Bannerman’s title. Savanna will have the right to continue with its existing dimension
stone business and the parties will co-operate with respect to applications to the Mines
Department in Namibia to ensure that this outcome is achieved.
Len Jubber
Chief Executive Officer
bah- das ist teuer und leider zieht sich das noch bis Februar hin- aber trotzdem ultra wichtig, das mal vom Tisch zu kriegen. Wer weis, wie der Case da hinter den Kulissen wirklich aussah und wer Offizielles da noch die hand aufgehalten hat oder Druck gemacht hat.
Nein, trotz des ersten Schocks, es ist eine gute Entscheidung.
Unbelastet in die Zukunft würd ich das nennen.
Einer ne Ahnung, auf was für cash wir dann sinken?

da haben die Aussis was falsch verstanden, um das auszugleichen, müssten wir mindestens 10% höher steigen:(
könnte ausserdem noch eine KE nachziehen

.......schon gleich nach börseneröffnung sahen wir aud 0,82
bevors wieder runter ging, aber machen grad neuen anlauf
ÜBER die 0,80 zu kommen

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.219.229 von Ikar am 17.12.08 01:16:45

........und wie wird DAS in AUSSI- land kommentiert - dafür
nachfolg. mal ne kostprobe eines BMN- veterans........

I cant believe we are here at Dec 18 2008, close to the BFS, Anomaly nearly driled out, Ondjambo (MASSIVE potential) drilling to start, possible off-tekes or JV's not far off, and potential predators no doubt sniffing around now that Savanna is gone .... and we are at $.70 cents.

Its certainly been an amazing year ... in a much different way than I expected. The ship has turned though. Three or four great announcements in a row. BMN has got its mojo back ... its now just a matter time.

2009 will be good!


Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.219.246 von Ikar am 17.12.08 01:32:59
....schöner tages- verlauf mit SK aud 0,80 der im HC
zb so kommentiert wird........

Strong capping again sitting on 80 & 80.5

The big boys suddenly want in again!! Oh how things change!!


This tells me that natural market forces would have taken BMN beyond $1 by now, based on yesterdays announcements. Only the capper is holding her back. But he serves a purpose too, by not allowing the SP to run too quickly & avoids the "Blow Off Top"

So for those holding long term, this is a great sign that BMN is headed back to $1 PLUS prices very soon

Sit back & enjoy!!

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.054.097 von hbg55 am 24.11.08 18:01:42:eek::eek:

weihnachtswoche beginnt frdl. bzw mit SK von aud 0,835

viel bedeutsamer ist, daß damit nicht nur MA10 sondern auch
die mittelfristige MA100- marke überwunden ist !!!

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.249.232 von hbg55 am 22.12.08 09:22:21Na super, es fängt an zu laufen- und? was schreibt Tibbs?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.251.254 von Ikar am 22.12.08 13:40:39
moin IKAR.......jaja unser TIBBS - nicht wegzudenken aus BMN
und macht nen prima job......IMO !!!

heutiger comm. ua........


What a change in sentiment for BMN ... some profit takers early, but buers are relentless & sellers ow making way.

I thought it might hang around 80 sents till the new year ... but looks like I will be wrong.

At this rate we could see $1.00 by then

Great stuff!


......auch in der URAN- branche fängt das UBERNAHME- karussell
an sich zu drehen.......HEUTE bietet FRG für AXU, wer ist der
nächste ???????

dazu folg. comm. ausm SH.........

FRG take over AXU with 80% up for AXU.

PDN take over FNS for 70% Up for FNS.

Time is right for uranium consolidation .

XE , When ? WHO ? What price ?

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.254.203 von hbg55 am 22.12.08 19:27:33dazu noch ext demnächst, UUU von BHP zeichnet sich ab, es geht grade Schlag auf Schlag, wer jetzt in Uranwerten agil ist, kann einen schönen Schnitt machen;)
Denke, das wird auf ext und Bmn schönen Druck aufbauen.
Hey, zumindest wir beide nehmen die Weihnachtsgeschenke wahr.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.254.595 von Ikar am 22.12.08 20:14:36
......Hey, zumindest wir beide nehmen die Weihnachtsgeschenke wahr.....UND ZWAR GEEEERNEHHH !!!

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.253.712 von hbg55 am 22.12.08 18:27:25
........uuuuund kennt sich aus mit unsrer PERLE - auch
so kurz vor XMAS kein zeichen von verschnaufpause, sondern
tagende mit TH........BEEINDRUCKEND !!!!

Trade No. Time Price Volume Value Conditions

1 159 4:10:55 pm 88 6,635 $5,839
2 158 4:10:55 pm 88 2,000 $1,760
3 157 4:10:55 pm 88 1,365 $1,201
4 156 4:10:55 pm 88 2,600 $2,288
5 155 4:10:55 pm 88 1,035 $911

6 154 3:58:33 pm 86 1,400 $1,204
7 153 3:58:33 pm 86 8,600 $7,396
8 152 3:55:02 pm 86 323 $278
9 151 3:55:02 pm 87 1,412 $1,228
10 150 3:54:51 pm 87.5 2,719 $2,379 Crossed


.........BMN scheint XMAS- pause guuuuut bekommen
zu sein - sehen mit aud 0,95 grad neues TH

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.271.973 von hbg55 am 29.12.08 00:48:15hi hbg
:) zum Jahresende kein pennystock mehr ;)
was traust du bmn 2009 zu?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.271.984 von Ikar am 29.12.08 00:52:55

moin ikar.......bin optimist und denk mal, daß
ne verdopplung drin ist;)

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.272.004 von hbg55 am 29.12.08 01:10:38rein Chattechnisch könnte ich mir einen langsamen Gang an die 2 vorstellen mit Rücksetzter an die 1,4- das wäre meine Tradenzielspanne, aber immer unter der Prämisse, was die Grossen machen.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.272.014 von Ikar am 29.12.08 01:16:38

....beobachte seit tagen anstieg der URAN- werte - nicht
nur von BMN.........und denke, daß dafür exakt die GLOBALs
verantwortlich für sind !!!


......ONE is back...mit TH von sogar 1,04 !!!!

Number (s) Time
Last Traded Price Volume Change Value Number
of Trades

245 - 256 4:10:49 pm 101 33,137 2.5 $33,468 12
244 3:57:05 pm 103.5 273 0.5 $283 1
242 - 243 3:55:01 pm 103 6,000 0.5 $6,180 2
241 3:54:54 pm 102.5 4,000 1.5 $4,100 1
238 - 240 3:47:12 pm 101 20,202 1 $20,404 3
237 3:47:11 pm 102 5,000 0.5 $5,100 1
235 - 236 3:47:11 pm 102.5 3,231 0.5 $3,312 2
234 3:47:11 pm 103 1,567 1 $1,614 1
232 - 233 3:46:21 pm 104 8,000 0.5 $8,320 2
230 - 231 3:46:01 pm 103.5 10,000 0.5 $10,350 2
229 3:45:44 pm 103 3,433 0.5 $3,536 1
227 - 228 3:45:22 pm 102.5 3,000 0.5 $3,075 2
221 - 226 3:41:25 pm 102 16,580 1.5 $16,912 6
220 3:36:20 pm 100.5 3,000 0.5 $3,015 1
211 - 219 3:33:32 pm 101 24,500 0.5 $24,745 9
208 - 210 3:27:28 pm 100.5 2,090 0.5 $2,100 3
206 - 207 3:24:58 pm 100 5,000 0.5 $5,000 2
203 - 205 3:22:29 pm 100.5 3,300 0.5 $3,317 3
198 - 202 3:15:54 pm 100 19,000 0.5 $19,000 5

...und NUN können sich auch manch GERs am wert
erfreuen - in FFM akt. 0,55 :D;)

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.272.609 von hbg55 am 29.12.08 09:59:35
....und natürlich sorgt diese entwicklung auch bei den AUSSIS
für mächtigen disk.- stoff - stellvertretend wieder einmal
unser veteran TIBBS......

Couldnt resist .. Beautiful day here in the ALps ... but I had to get to a computer to see what BMN would do!


Still no blowout, gap up, or other signs of exhaustion!! Good stuff.

Currently on the chart we are level with Aug 15, the last day of the 3-day plunge from $1.40 down to $1.00.

That $1.40 level saw a pause before the drop .... that looks to me like the next clear target.

Sooner? ... later< ... Dont know, but it will aim for that target next. As long as BMN can avoid a stron gap up that exhausts the progress.

Nice & easy does it ... very powerful.

Well done all1

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.274.034 von hbg55 am 29.12.08 13:25:49schätze null, niente, das listing drüben hätten sie sich bislang sparen können. Aber erstmal schauen.
Bin gespannt, ob wir hier morgen noch übertreiben- von wegen Abgeltungssteuer, der reine Wahn, was alles momentan hochgekauft wird.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.272.024 von hbg55 am 29.12.08 01:24:17apropos globals- das schöne an bmn finde ich, sie steigen nicht direkt, weil ein global sich engagiert, sondern weil savannah geregelt wurde, weniger, weil ein global sie mehr oder weniger dazu zwang. Das spricht für Eigendynamik, es wird gut aufgenommen und was bessere könnte uns in dieser Lage garnicht passieren.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.274.181 von Ikar am 29.12.08 13:42:58

...schon wichtig gewesen SAVANNAH noch vor ultimo geklärt
zu haben, aber sehe darüber hinaus auch die famose lage
der SWAKOP RIVER- res. um PDNs ´langer heinrich´ als
ausserordl. vielversprechend an ( siehe # 49 !!!!)

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.274.317 von hbg55 am 29.12.08 14:03:34ja natürlich, doch darauf spekuliere ich nur untergeordnet, denn pdn hat sich noch nicht bewegt, zumindest nicht erkennbar. Das Spiel ist bei ext schon weiter. Ausserdem, je später, desto besser.
Apropos- was ist mit can los?- kannst du mir mal den advfn link geben?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.274.393 von Ikar am 29.12.08 14:14:46.....grad weils spiel bei EXT schon weiter ist, hab ich
meine dortige posi in BMN getauscht - sehe HIER entschieden
meeeehr phantasie gegenwärtig !!!!

soooo...und wer vor öffnung des heimatmarktes noch in
CAN aktiv werden möchte kanns hier verfolgen......


...denke mal, daß wir da heute auch nen ansprung bei
kurs- und vol. sehen

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.274.093 von Ikar am 29.12.08 13:33:50sry- das niente war ne verwechslung, danke für den Chart- jupp, hast recht, da sollte es auch abgehen, hab immer nur auf die Aussis geachtet. Bin aus ext nie raus, hab aber auch nur bei bmn andauernd nachgelegt, och, bin zufrieden;)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.274.599 von Ikar am 29.12.08 14:41:04
...kaum zu fassen, wie billig man heute noch in CAN
nachkaufen kann

Recent Trades - Last 10

Time Ex Price Change Volume Buyer Seller Markers

09:58:34 T 0.70 +0.07 5,000 33 Canaccord 89 Raymond James K
09:48:38 T 0.70 +0.07 25,000 79 CIBC 89 Raymond James K
09:48:34 T 0.70 +0.07 5,000 74 GMP 89 Raymond James K
09:48:17 T 0.70 +0.07 10,000 74 GMP 89 Raymond James K
09:37:43 T 0.75 +0.12 3,000 7 TD Sec 89 Raymond James K
09:35:24 T 0.75 +0.12 5,000 74 GMP 89 Raymond James K
09:34:16 T 0.75 +0.12 23,500 79 CIBC 89 Raymond James K
09:32:55 T 0.75 +0.12 26,500 79 CIBC 89 Raymond James K
09:32:55 T 0.76 +0.13 23,500 1 Anonymous 89 Raymond James K
09:30:01 T 0.76 +0.13 95 74 GMP 79 CIBC E

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.275.467 von hbg55 am 29.12.08 16:22:22
....oder mit worten eines SH-users......

Thanks for the information from downunder.
The AUD 1.00 is about CAD 0.85. :eek::eek:

Volume was also heavy at 946,000.
Expect the TSX to jump from their last SP of CAD 0.63.

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.276.972 von hbg55 am 29.12.08 19:38:16

...denke mal, daß da noch paaaar wachsame AUSSIS
sich die schnäppchen in CAN abholen werden :D:D

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.277.142 von hbg55 am 29.12.08 20:02:13

...sieht gaaaaanz so aus, denn es ist laaaaange her, daß
wir solch hohes vol. in CAN hatten !!!

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.277.845 von hbg55 am 29.12.08 21:56:26


.........sahen immmmer wieder CIBC auf der KÄUFER- seite.....

Recent Trades - Last 10

Time Ex Price Change Volume Buyer Seller Markers

15:59:01 T 0.70 +0.07 50,000 79 CIBC 89 Raymond James K
15:55:46 T 0.70 +0.07 10,000 7 TD Sec 89 Raymond James K
15:31:12 T 0.70 +0.07 12,000 79 CIBC 89 Raymond James K
15:30:50 T 0.70 +0.07 38,000 79 CIBC 89 Raymond James K
15:20:03 T 0.70 +0.07 12,000 1 Anonymous 89 Raymond James K
15:19:43 T 0.70 +0.07 38,000 1 Anonymous 89 Raymond James K
14:59:42 T 0.70 +0.07 12,000 79 CIBC 89 Raymond James K
14:37:20 T 0.70 +0.07 23,000 79 CIBC 89 Raymond James K
14:36:55 T 0.70 +0.07 15,000 79 CIBC 89 Raymond James K
14:07:53 T 0.70 +0.07 50,000 79 CIBC 89 Raymond James K

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.278.375 von hbg55 am 29.12.08 23:48:00

.......uuuuund.......WAS machen die AUSSIS mit dieser
vorgabe ????

dürften zunächst mal KNAPP behauptet eröffnen


.......wow..........fulminanter auftakt in DOWN under......
mit über 500k vol. nach knapp 15 min.......

Number (s) Time
Last Traded Price Volume Change Value Number
of Trades

77 10:11:44 am 95 10,000 0.5 $9,500 1
74 - 76 10:11:16 am 94.5 23,300 2 $22,018 3
72 - 73 10:10:30 am 96.5 1,558 1 $1,503 2
70 - 71 10:10:25 am 95.5 11,851 0.5 $11,318 2
69 10:10:25 am 95 4,000 0.5 $3,800 1
68 10:09:55 am 95.5 4,149 0.5 $3,962 1
67 10:09:55 am 95 851 1 $808 1
66 10:09:47 am 94 6,303 0.5 $5,925 1
64 - 65 10:06:57 am 93.5 3,912 0.5 $3,658 2
62 - 63 10:00:15 am 93 5,149 1 $4,789 2
59 - 61 10:00:15 am 94 10,372 2.5 $9,750 3
56 - 58 10:00:12 am 96.5 20,000 2.5 $19,300 3
52 - 55 10:00:04 am 94 24,332 0.5 $22,872 4
1 - 51 10:00:03 am 94.5 422,162 $398,943 51

.....wie zu vermuten war, sehen wir lehrbuchmäßiges ´durchatmen´
zur eröffnung, wobei gewaltiges vol. zu beobachten ist.......

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.278.485 von hbg55 am 30.12.08 00:34:30

...und schlossen soeben unter gewinnmitnahmen
bei aud 0,945 bzw. nem vol. von 1,25 mio shares

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.278.882 von hbg55 am 30.12.08 09:06:05
....TIBBS- comment dazu.......

Well I was a bit suspicious about the 400k or so that went through on open to smack the price down to the low 90's ... now I am convinced it was co-ordinated to try & trigger stops & get the price to a more manageable level while they continue accumulating. The bot player has pretty much confirmed that ... welcome back! We have mised him the last week

Very interesting! Someone wants BMN badly!

.....moin BMN-lers

wer nochmal in 2008 aktiv werden möchte, hat gleich
in CAN + USA nochmal gelegenheit ´dabei´ zu sein, denn
aller unkenrufe zum trotz schauts für BMN in 2009 gar
nicht übel aus ;)

..........wish you ALLLLLLLLL....HAPPPPY 2009 !!!

euer hbg55 :)
welcome in 2009..........und es meints erstmal
gut mit BMN.......sehen akt. aud 0,91

...moin BMN-lers,

große frage HEUTE - wie wird nach den glänzenden vorgaben
aus USA/CAN der 5. kontinent ins jahr 2009 starten....real !!!

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.302.291 von hbg55 am 04.01.09 23:21:02:laugh:hallo
gutes Neues
bin Gewehr bei Fuss- denn mal schauen
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.302.331 von Ikar am 04.01.09 23:35:47

moin IKAR,

.....letzte taxen schauen ja schon
ziemlich GRÜÜÜN aus - tipp mal nen SK nördlich
der ONE :D:D

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.302.338 von hbg55 am 04.01.09 23:38:01weis nicht- ich zittere sooo, hab einfach Angst:laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.302.347 von Ikar am 04.01.09 23:40:32

...gewisses maß an unsicherheit/ angst stets bei
explorern mitswingend - und ist im übrigen EINE
der ´optimistischen´ grund- weißheiten :D:D

.......auf gehts !!!!

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.302.331 von Ikar am 04.01.09 23:35:47

...willste nochmal nachlegen ????

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.302.413 von hbg55 am 05.01.09 00:16:23hab ich doch schon, für mich läuft es nach Ansage, zumindest hier bei bmn. hab verdreifacht- du überlegst noch? na, muss jeder selbst entscheiden, bei 0,84 könnte man aber eine sichere Basis für Rückfälle erkennen;) nächster Step 1,4, danach 2,4. Kommt auch auf Uranpreis an, mal sehen, ob der sich jetzt wirklich bewegt. Vom Management kommt erstmal jetzt weniger, das Savanah sollte erstmal reichen, denke ich.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.302.437 von Ikar am 05.01.09 00:29:37

...nene, mein überlegungsprozess wurde 2008 abgeschlossen - JETZT
heißt abwarten !!!

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.302.444 von hbg55 am 05.01.09 00:34:10also im gleichen Boot, freut mich
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.302.457 von Ikar am 05.01.09 00:42:43

...siiii, aber könnten meinetwegen geeeern noch paaaar
meeeehr sein, als nur wir beide :D

bytheway......kennst du UEQ - die hebt grad UPPP !?!?

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.302.465 von hbg55 am 05.01.09 00:47:54nein, seh ich mir mal an
apropos, verfolgst du die Aussibörse anders als advfn, börse realtime bid/ask ?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.302.474 von Ikar am 05.01.09 00:50:31

...neee, leider noch keine realtime- seite gefunden - ansonsten STOCKNESS auch ganz gut zur ergänzung, aber ebenfalls
zeitversetzt !!!

...sodale........DIR und andren noch ne gooood night, MICH
ziehts jetzt ins bettl :D:lick:

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.302.481 von hbg55 am 05.01.09 00:55:00danke
UEQ macht Sprünge, schöne Träume
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.302.495 von Ikar am 05.01.09 01:05:50ASX RELEASE
16 January 2009
Perth, Australia – 16 January 2009 – Bannerman Resources Ltd (ASX: BMN, TSX: BAN, NSX: BMN)
("Bannerman" or the "Company") advised, on 17 December 2008 its subsidiary Bannerman Mining Resources
(Namibia) Pty Ltd (“Bannerman Namibia”) had entered into an agreement to settle the litigation against
Bannerman and others brought by Savanna Marble CC (“Savanna”) and certain associated parties.

On January 12, 2009, the Company issued 5,500,000 fully paid ordinary shares to Savanna pursuant to the
terms of the settlement agreement.
In accordance with the requirements of section 708A(5)(e) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Act), under which this
notice is given, the Company confirms that:
1. the Shares were issued without disclosure to investors under part 6D.2 of the Act and without a
prospectus (as such term is defined under the Act) being prepared;
2. the Company as the issuer of the Shares is subject to regular reporting and disclosure obligations;
3. as at the date of this notice, the Company has complied with:
(a) the provisions of Chapter 2M of the Act as it applies to the Company; and
(b) section 674 of the Act as it applies to the Company; and
4. as at the date of this notice, there is no excluded information (within the meaning of sub-sections
708A(7) and (8) of the Act) in relation to the Company.
The Appendix 3B in relation to the issue of the Shares was lodged with the ASX earlier today.
Len Jubber
Chief Executive Officer
Time Ex Price Change Volume Buyer Seller Markers

12:38:16 T 0.70 +0.05 125 2 RBC 74 GMP E
12:38:11 T 0.70 +0.05 1,000 2 RBC 74 GMP K
12:38:11 T 0.70 +0.05 10,500 2 RBC 1 Anonymous K
11:48:20 T 0.65 - 18,500 2 RBC 1 Anonymous K
11:48:20 T 0.65 - 1,000 74 GMP 1 Anonymous K
11:45:07 T 0.71 +0.06 14,500 2 RBC 1 Anonymous K
11:42:48 T 0.71 +0.06 500 2 RBC 1 Anonymous K
11:39:04 T 0.71 +0.06 24,500 2 RBC 1 Anonymous K
11:35:23 T 0.71 +0.06 500 2 RBC 1 Anonymous K
11:34:56 T 0.71 +0.06 24,500 2 RBC 1 Anonymous K

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.478.274 von Ikar am 30.01.09 00:29:46
moin IKAR,

meintest bestimmt nachfolg. NEWS.......gellll ;)



....BEIDE können sich guuuut sehen lassen........IMO

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.479.402 von hbg55 am 30.01.09 09:58:49
...und der kommentar unsres geschätzten TIBBS fällt
dann auch nicht weiter überraschend aus......;)

But I have been buying more the last 3 days ... trading cash though, so I will have to sell at some point.

I notice that the grades at Ondjambo are not great, however that hasnt stopped them from planning 3 more phases of drilling ... why? Well have a look at the grades for Oshiveli, they are excellent!! Much better than initial drilling results.

So whats the score? They know there is a massive amount of uranium in schists down there ... its a matter of finding it. The shchists lie in layers of uranium alaskites that angle down 45 degrees, and after the initial exploratory drilling, the geos get their computer models out & work out where the main bodies are.

People think EXT drilled right into the main dody on their initial drilling, but they didnt. EXT started drilling Rossing S in Feb 2007, then after some problems initial results were released on August 31, with the best result being a grade of 188ppm ... but from this first pass drilling they computer modeled the main body, and they hit it on the next phase of drilling. Great job!

So while initial reults at Oshiveli were so-so, these latest are excellent:

Oshiveli Drilling Intercepts
15m @ 194
48m @ 248
37m @ 230
including 25m @ 296
32m @ 228
including 12m @ 384
including 8m @ 302
53m @ 166
including 5m @ 408
including 25m @ 264
66m @ 240
including 5m @ 443
including 47m @ 286
GSHRC0045 114m @ 229
including 7m @ 305
including 35m @ 296
including 33m @ 406
26m @ 221

Expect the same with Ondjambo. I am expecting Phase 2 & phase 3 results to exceed those at Anomaly A. This is really one massive deposit that goes right around the Dome!

Great stuff

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.515.678 von Ikar am 05.02.09 01:04:38

moin, IKAR........auch noch abissl am rumstöbern - schööööne
entdeckung gemacht....thxxxx:kiss::kiss:

target price von aud 1,50 erachte ICH allerdings als recht
kons. einschätzung :D

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.515.688 von hbg55 am 05.02.09 01:11:54

moin BMN-lers,

trotz tiefroter US- vorgaben machte unser baby einen
kräftigen satz gen norden......mit SK von aud 0,78
gings mit ordtl. vol. sogar nur knapp unter TH ausm handel !!!!

....denke, da werden wohl bald noch news übern ticker kommen

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.554.915 von hbg55 am 11.02.09 09:16:58

dazu mal ein int. beitrag ausm HC- board......

does this count as a break out? 75c??

i mean reality, bmn has to get back to 3.00 to match mc with ext.

i there any reason for bmn to trade at such a massive discount???

Maybe, it just sat there, and sat there, after the savanna fear, and then the savanna share issue, people just waiting to see if sav were going to sell their shares, and maybe, all of that is being brushed aside, rightly so, and BMN will rank again where it ought to.

What is going to drive this, is the sentiment that U is bullish, and that, there is no more reason for the discount, and sideliners, will be getting ready to pay 8-c before they have to pay 1.00 and so on.

But the math, the 3.00 peer target must be in their minds, and dare i suggest that t/o value of bmn at 4 or 5 bucks


....schaumamal, wies sich heute in CAN weiterentwickelt !!!

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.561.951 von hbg55 am 11.02.09 23:09:18schön ausführlicher Bericht, erstmal studieren
erklärt den Anstieg heute
und Tibbsi hat mal wieder ausgeteilt-zwei gefüllte posts:

The grades are are fine. The problem is that people compare them with PDN's Langer Heinrich, but that is wrong. That is a different style of uranium and is mined differently.

Bannerman have an alaskite hosted, bulk-tonnage deposit that will be "bulk-mined" ... hence the grades can be much lower. What you need to look at is production costs per lb ... that is the key. At this stage BMN has costs of $22 p/lb, but they will look to significantly lower that with heap leaching & radiometric sorting. I expect a final cost to be about $19. With long-term U3O8 selling at around $70 p/lb, that is a VERY profitable project. CAPEX is going to be the issue!

As a comparison, check out the other two advanced deposits in the area:

Valencia: owned by Forsyth has 81mlbs @ only 120ppm ... and they are advancing to production as an economical mine. They have a tiny cut-off of only 60ppm too (BMN 100ppm)

Trekkopje: owned by Uramin has 157mlbs @ only 140ppm, and just 80ppm cut-off. They are building the mine as we speak ... also an economical project.
So, looking at BMN with 127m/lbs @ 207 PPM with a 100ppm cutoff ... I am wrapped. remember too they have some excellent high grade portions which they will sort & mine first, so expect initial production to be around 300ppm anyway.

Of course we must mention that Extracts new Rossing South deposit is a beauty with spectacular grades, so it will have a greater profit margin again, probably around $13 p/lb.

These two companies are the pick


A lot of generalities here, & a helluvalot of innacuracy:

"Not sure I agree with the assumption that alaskite ore can be mined for $19/lb."

This is nonsense! RIO have been, and still are, profitably mining Rossing at around $17 p/lb and they are locked into sales contracts at $35 p/lb and below!!

"Industry rule of thumb for Namibia at current long term prices is that calcrete needs to be north of 200ppm (assuming near surface) and that alaskites need to be north of 400ppm (near surface)"

Industry rule of thumb for Namibia! Whose thumb are you talking about!! Show us ONE industry reference to back up that ridiculous statement! Its the opposite way around. Calcrete deposits, especially LH are much more expensive to mine & more importantly peach & produce uranium from than alaskite.

Generally the alaskite is very hard granite-like rock - like at Rossing - and has to be blasted out and must be crushed and milled to get it into a state that can be processed ... calcrete is essentially compacted sand/earth and is much easier to mine and process"

Mate, very general ... Firstly sandstone is a misnomer, it is NEITHER sand nor stone, it is ROCK! Sandstone can be as hard as alaskite depending on the geology. Both sandstone & alskite will require blasting, the difference being sandstone is actually MUCH harder to extract the uranium from than alaskite, and also much harder on equipment than alaskite. In order for PDN to get the U out of LH, it has to be ground extremely fine, and being mainly quartz, it is murder on the crushers & rollers. The uranium from BMN's alaskite is proven to be much easily leacable, not needing fine grinding. LH also has very high carbonate content, and uses up to FOUR TIMES the amount of alkaline & reagents that BMN will need in acid & reagents at Anomaly A, and latest studies show that will decrease for BMN even further.

Many of the projects such as Valencia (Alaskite) and Uramin (calcrete) will require a steep increase in U prices to be viable on a stand alone basis. I seem to remember the original Valencia feasibility results when released assumed U prices north of $100/lb

LOL ... Oh hell! You better hurry and tell Uramin that because they have already started on their mine & desalination plant. They might appreciate the advice!

Many of the projects such as Valencia (Alaskite) and Uramin (calcrete) will require a steep increase in U prices to be viable on a stand alone basis. I seem to remember the original Valencia feasibility results when released assumed U prices north of $100/lb - not a bad bet but another variable to be considered.

Once again utter nonsene! Both have full BFS out showing they are economical at CURRENT U prices, and both moving toward production - something that WOULDNT happen if what you said had an ounce of truth.

Paladin's calcrete deposit is close to the surface ... and is much easier to mine

Newsflash! It doesnt matter how close to the surface the uranium is, what matters is the STRIP RATIO. For example, LH has their ore 20 to 30 metres below surface ... sounds good, nice & shallow! But how wide are the intercepts ... 5m, 10m? BMN might have their ore as deep as 300m below surface, but it starts in parts from the surface! & in fact some of it is ABOVE ground in exposed alaskites. BMN have announced their strip ratio for Anom A already & it is essentially the same as LH, they just go deeper, while LH is spread for many KLM's along the paleochanel. Both will end up removing the SAME amount of dirt.

In fact just about everything you said is wrong! I only agree with your last paragraph as the calcrete & alskite deposits are indeed incompatible. But that wouldnt stop PDN showing interest in BMN as BMN own all the ground around LH, including the primary uranium source for LH.

wow- das ist besser als im Hörsaal!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.569.727 von Ikar am 12.02.09 22:17:56

...war wohl gestern SELL on gooood news - HEUTE
finden wir wieder zurück in die NORD spur !!!

die Lehrstunde ging weiter:)

Issue 1 - Production costs p/lb:

As the Captain has already mentioned, your knowledge on Anomaly A is not up to date. The scoping study was in fact ongoing, & further testing has reduced the projected costs to $22.79 p/lb in January 08.

But now it starts to get interesting! This cost reduction was based on reducing acid usage from 30kg/t down to 26kg/t. HOWEVER, they mention in the Oct 08 Quartely: "However, IMO noted that RC chips tested [In the scoping study] were of a fineness that has likely led to an over-estimation of acid consumption per tonne of material processed. Subsequent test work has shown that a substantial reduction in expected acid consumption to less than 20 kg/t is highly probable. This would losely approximate acid consumption levels published for Rössing Mine. . Then they add: "To date initial results from leach optimisation testing have been received. These interim results have confirmed the amenability to acid leaching and ... also indicate the potential for a substantial reduction in acid consumption compared to previously tested RC chip samples." .... So in other words they are saying: 'We are achieving 20kg/t, so $22.79 is a conservative figure, further reductions are expected!'

Bearing in mind that sulfuric acid is one of the biggest production costs they add: "The Company notes that spot sulphur prices have declined significantly in recent times from historic high levels and are now below those used in the Scoping Study. Spot prices are now quoted at below US$100/t."

Issue 2 - Heap Leaching

Now I have to admit that it is here that I need to take a breath & remain calm!!! You say: "BMN is doing more costly Heap leach trials, that means some ore can't use conventional acid leach process , that will further increase op cost."

"That means some ore can't use conventional acid leach process." ..... Do you honestly know what you are talking about? What exactly is the "conventional" acid leach process? (Take a deep breath Tibbs......)

OK, lets do some basic explanation. There are actually two "conventional" acid leach methods. Bannerman have done their scoping study based on using TANK LEACHING. This is self explanatory. The ore is placed in constructed TANKS, the leaching solution is placed into the tank, and the process begins. Generally it is a continous circuit of tanks, the pregnant solution flowing from one tank to another until completion. The tanks are complex, involving internal propeller mixers, pumps, electronics etc.

Here is a website discussing Tank Leaching: http://wiki.biomine.skelleftea.se/wiki/index.php/Tank_leachi…

Now we come to conventional Heap leaching. Basically, the ore is placed in prepared pads, normally open dugout ponds covered in rubber matting. The solution is sprinkled over the top & then permeates through the "heap" collecting the u3o8 as it soaks through. When it hits the bottom, the pregnant solution drains out & is taken away for separation.

Some info: http://wiki.biomine.skelleftea.se/wiki/index.php/Heap_leachi…

The two processes basically achieve the same result. The difference? Tank Leaching is significantly more expensive, especially in a low grade, bulk tonnage project. You have to build a massive tank reactor assembly. Heap leaching is dirt cheap! Bulldoze the valleys, cover them with matting, drain off to a collection point, & thats it. Tank leaching is faster, but the tank volumes are much smaller. Heap leaching is much slower, but you can make as many as your land area will allow. The end production result will be the same

With this in mind, BMN have announced the following: "The preliminary results of the DFS work have been highly encouraging. The Anomaly A ore is relatively soft and leaches relatively freely at very coarse grind sizes and at ambient pressures and temperatures. The result of this work has highlighted the very real potential for the ore to be treated via heap leaching as an alternative to conventional tank leaching. The significant advantage of processing via heap leach is a substantial reduction in overall capital which should translate to a material improvement in project economics and a broadening of financing options. This is of considerable strategic advantage in the current challenging credit environment.."
zum wochenanfang sahen wir bei den AUSSIS anziehendes
KÄUFER- interesse........wie im übrigen auch bei der
davongeeilten EXT !!!



...abissl lässt sich daraus ableiten, welch nachhol- potential
bei BMN noch vorhanden ist !!!!

.....mal wieder 2 schöne beiträge von ALPHONSUS & TIBBS
ausm HC- board, die dok.welch ausserordl. chance sich akt.
beim BMN- zustieg bieten........

1. http://business.theage.com.au/business/japans-nuclear-sector…

A$77m for a 35% stake in a 23.7m lb project - Quick back of the envelope calculations by my reckoning make that about A$9.28/lb.

Using that per lb value that'd put BMN's 120m lbs at a total worth of cA$1.1b. Obviously thats a fairly raw comparison and light on detail but certainly supports contentions that BMN is well undervalued at current prices.

As Tibb's noted - key question - for how long will this last.

2. Thanks for your figures Alphonsus

Just checking them, they are spot on ... I just upped the Etango resource to 127mlbs from your 120mlbs giving BMN a market cap of A$1.179million, or A$6.30 per share, based on the Japanes consortium purchase of Lake Maitland.

Then remember that Etango is:

1] Still growing & will probably be 200-300mlbs by the time its finished, and

2] They have another 25 km of prospective alaskite anomalies to petentially double that resource again, and

3] They have the Swakof River target deposits which are as large as Langer Heinrich in area, and

4] They are in Namibia. Much better than WA imo, and

5] They are well progressed toward BFS & project go-ahead

Every way you look at it, she is a crazy bargain

.....auch für MICH siehts zzt. nach SCHNÄPPCHEN- zeit aus !!!

new feb 09 corporate update on bmn website

Tibbs Kommentare dazu:
As the heading suggests. Quite often these are the same as retail presentations, but not this time. There is a lot more there!!

Here are my observations:

Slide 4:
New photo "No Entry"
Yeah, nick off you mongrels!

Page 6:
First time I have seen this management position mentioned:
Ivan Saracik, Study Manager – Etango Project
****Mechanical Engineer with +35 years global experience in project engineering and development roles

Page 9:
Political risk chart – Linger on this and not Namibia along with Botswana as Med-Low Risk … amongst some of the best in the world, only USA, Aust, & Europe better. But not shown here is that of these "low risk" countries, Namibia is the most uranium-friendly. Certainly one of the best in the world!

Page 12:
Interesting graphical chart, visually showing the scope of Etango & comparable resources. Never seen this style before!

Page 15:
As a sectional interpretation, shows just how close the resource is to surface. Overburdon is minimal, if non-existent, with most of the waste-rock being the stuff between the layered skarns.

Page 17:
This is a newie too. Interesting to study.

Page 18:
We have seen this before. But I love looking at it to visualise just how massive the "Elephant" Ondjambo is. Three drilling campaigns to come on this deposit this year! Wait till the end of the year. This IMO is going to rock our socks!!!!

Page 19:
Feasibility Study Status
Testing for 3 processing alternatives:
1] Agitated tank leaching
2] Heap leaching
3] Combination of both

WOW!!!!! ..... 89.2 Mlbs eligible for potential RESERVE conversion. This is BIG BIG BIG ...once you can state you have RESERVES, rather than "inferred or indicated" then it attracts serious attention ...this now becomes confirmed serious cash value in-ground.

Page 29:
Critical Mass chart graphically shows resource progress to date. This equates to massive amount of work & cash put into resource - this is crystallising the doll/inground value now in BMN. Our MC is quarter of what it was in Mar 07, yet look where we are up to now!!

Page 26:
Report Card
All the ticks are there – Now look at the last one people & start to get excited:
"Ramping Up Investor Relations"

Page 27:
Peer Group Analysis
Very interesting to compare. EXT is over double in price, so their EV/Res lb goes to $2.20. But they have used an outdated figure from the analysts STILL based on 101.3mlbs. We now have 127mlb. So based on this, BMN’s EV/Res lb drops to $0.40 cents. That’s virtually to the bottom of the list, yet BMN is the most advanced, and excluding EXT is the best resource of the rest – Just a joke really!!! Selling for peanuts atm!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.767.387 von Ikar am 14.03.09 15:21:58

...und HIER nochmal für DIE, die nicht bei HC registriert sind....


Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.771.969 von hbg55 am 16.03.09 09:12:25
...und wie immer ´sehr int.´ was TIBBS ausm HC daraus liest......

The Half Yearly report put out on Friday night was a blandish document (as one expects of these reports) ... but I have picked up a few gems in there.

I cant remember seeing these before:

"Resource extension drilling commenced in January 2009 on either side of the Anomaly A resource area."

So drilling has been going on now on Anomaly A resource extensions for some TWO months already. Great stuff, as we have another possible good news source in the near term!

The previous announcements on the Agitated Tank leaching & the newly proposed Heap leaching option have been sparse. We now have an update:

"Agitated Leach
The second round of agitated leach optimisation testing was completed in late December 2008. The favourable sulphuric acid consumption results in prior tests continued with a likely range of 15-20 kg/tonne compared with 30kg/tonne previously assumed in the Scoping Study. The results also indicate that there appears to be little advantage in pursuing a fine grind as metal extraction is not strongly dependent on grind size."

1] So its pretty much confirmed that agitated tank leaching on Anomaly A ore is consuming up to 50% LESS sulphuric acid than the original scoping study was based on!!
2] This 2nd test confirms the preliminary studies that Anomaly A ore is "soft", and releases its uranium easily from COURSER grind sizes, thus ruducing the need for extra & prolonged crushing. This is VERY significant. It means it will be cheaper in: a/ less time used to crush b/ less labour time needed c/ less acid used d/ less power used e/ less water used f/ less wear & tear on crushers, rollers, and agitators. These are the sort of things that will make Etango an economic mine while still being a lower grade resource.

"Heap Leach
Preliminary scoping level heap leach testwork was commenced late in the half year. The program tested the effect of crushed product size and free acid concentration. On the basis of the encouraging extraction performance demonstrated in this preliminary program, a further optimisation round of testwork on coarser crushed product sizes was commenced."
"The encouraging heap leach amenability testwork has indicated that this process may have the potential to complement or fully substitute the agitated leaching approach adopted to date."

So first results are through on heap leaching, and they are "encouraging" enough to warrant consideration of possibly replacing tank leaching ... this will MASSIVELY reduce the original CAPEX requirements of mine development.

All great stuff


....und weil wir laaaaange warten mußten mal wieder die aud 0,80
zu erklimmen, nachfolg. die LAST TRADES von heute......vorerst nur
als zwischenzeitliches TH, aber bin zuversichtlich, daß das noch
besser wird ;)

* Volume Weighted Average Price
Number (s) Time
Last Traded Price Volume Change Value Number
of Trades

238 - 250 4:10:29 pm 77.5 51,090 1 $39,595 13
237 3:59:50 pm 78.5 5,565 0.5 $4,369 1
233 - 236 3:58:23 pm 79 12,800 0.5 $10,112 4
230 - 232 3:53:49 pm 79.5 5,942 0.5 $4,724 3
226 - 229 3:52:03 pm 79 5,099 0.5 $4,028 4
211 - 225 3:48:21 pm 79.5 37,111 0.5 $29,503 15
201 - 210 3:35:22 pm 80 38,604 1 $30,883 10
199 - 200 3:26:17 pm 81 8,679 1 $7,030 2
195 - 198 3:25:49 pm 80 10,000 1 $8,000 4
187 - 194 3:25:38 pm 81 31,955 0.5 $25,884 8

186 3:23:05 pm 80.5 45 0.5 $36 1
185 3:22:24 pm 80 8,175 0.5 $6,540 1
184 3:19:42 pm 80.5 500 0.5 $402 1
180 - 183 3:19:42 pm 80 20,000 0.5 $16,000 4
179 3:18:52 pm 80.5 5,000 0.5 $4,025 1
175 - 178 3:18:45 pm 80 20,500 0.5 $16,400 4
171 - 174 3:16:44 pm 79.5 21,321 0.5 $16,950 4
162 - 170 3:16:26 pm 79 27,500 0.5 $21,725 9
159 - 161 3:07:27 pm 78.5 10,000 0.5 $7,850 3
151 - 158 3:00:18 pm 78 29,888 0.5 $23,313 8

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.772.162 von hbg55 am 16.03.09 09:36:28

....EIN int. aspekt für den heutigen kurs- sprung dürfte
evtl. auch die jüngst gemachte aussage von CAMECOs CEO sein....

Cameco CEO sees uranium supply crunch and M&A

Wed Mar 11, 2009

TORONTO (Reuters) - A uranium supply crunch could be around the corner due to industry-wide cuts to development projects, rising demand, and uncertainty about Russia's plans for its decommissioned nuclear arsenal, the CEO of top uranium producer Cameco Corp said on Wednesday.

Speaking at the Reuters Global Mining and Steel Summit in New York, Cameco Chief Executive Jerry Grandey also said the company planned to take advantage of low valuations among uranium miners to make acquisitions, and said deals worth more than $2 billion were a possibility.:eek::eek:

"We know that if we're going to do a big deal in the M&A sphere we will have to go back and market it to our shareholders, we're perfectly happy to do that," he said, adding that by "big deal" he meant something worth $1 billion to $2 billion or a little more.

Such a deal would position the company to take advantage of what Grandey expects to be a situation where uranium will be in high demand because of cuts among miners left underfunded due to tight credit conditions.

"I think the financial crisis is clearly impacting the ability of every supplier to raise capital," he said.

"When you see project cancellations, you see expansion derail, you see some projects that will just go slower. That is just simply taking away future supply and sowing the seeds of the next spike in the uranium price."

Spot uranium prices have been among the most volatile in the resource sector over the past decade, rising from a low of $7 a pound in 2000 to a high of $136 a pound in 2007. Prices have since come down, and were at $43.50 on Wednesday.

Despite the recent decline, Grandey said the industry's mined output still lags consumption that has risen due to the resurgence of nuclear power as a non-greenhouse gas producing alternative to fossil fuel generation.

....auch die CANs schnappen heute beherzt zu........

Time Ex Price Change Volume Buyer Seller Markers

14:05:57 T 0.63 +0.07 3,500 62 Haywood 74 GMP K
14:05:45 T 0.62 +0.06 5,000 62 Haywood 1 Anonymous K
12:45:06 T 0.62 +0.06 5,000 7 TD Sec 1 Anonymous K
12:12:29 T 0.60 +0.04 7,500 82 Thomas Weisel 9 BMO Nesbitt K
12:12:29 T 0.60 +0.04 9,000 82 Thomas Weisel 7 TD Sec K
12:12:29 T 0.60 +0.04 14,000 82 Thomas Weisel 78 Salman K
11:33:52 T 0.60 +0.04 30,000 1 Anonymous 78 Salman K
11:22:31 T 0.60 +0.04 25,000 62 Haywood 78 Salman K
11:05:45 T 0.60 +0.04 25,000 62 Haywood 78 Salman K
09:58:49 T 0.58 +0.02 20,000 1 Anonymous 1 Anonymous K

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.777.854 von hbg55 am 16.03.09 20:04:03hi hbg,
ja, die wachen auf, aber warten wir erstmal ab, ob sich daraus ein Ausbruch entwickelt. Möchte mal wissen, was die unter uprampen der IR verstehen, klingt erstmal gut.
Dieses Jahr sollte mit News gespickt sein;)
Vielleicht waren da enttäuschte Forsyaner drunter.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.777.946 von Ikar am 16.03.09 20:14:09

moin IKAR, nach heutigem handelstag in AUS läßt sich
begriff AUSBRUCH zumindest schon mal ´ansatzweise´ in
den mund nehmen...IMO

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.779.876 von hbg55 am 17.03.09 07:49:55
.....nachfolg. die LAST TRADES mit SK 0,055......und sahen im TH sogar schon die aud 0,88......

Number (s) Time
Last Traded Price Volume Change Value Number
of Trades

464 - 475 4:10:18 pm 85.5 54,780 1 $46,837 12
462 - 463 3:58:24 pm 86.5 10,000 0.5 $8,650 2
461 3:56:52 pm 86 4,000 0.5 $3,440 1
459 - 460 3:56:52 pm 86.5 11,000 0.5 $9,515 2
450 - 458 3:55:50 pm 87 34,575 0.5 $30,080 9
424 - 449 3:50:04 pm 86.5 52,985 1 $45,832 26
422 - 423 3:24:47 pm 85.5 8,387 0.5 $7,171 2
420 - 421 3:24:27 pm 86 10,000 1 $8,600 2
406 - 419 3:24:21 pm 87 61,397 1 $53,415 14
403 - 405 3:18:43 pm 88 11,363 1 $9,999 3:eek::eek:
396 - 402 3:18:21 pm 87 38,341 1 $33,357 7

394 - 395 3:14:13 pm 86 5,000 1 $4,300 2
387 - 393 3:13:58 pm 87 39,626 0.5 $34,475 7

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.679.653 von hbg55 am 02.03.09 11:38:18

...sieht abissl so aus, als würden gewinnmitnahmen bei EXT
schöööön re- investiert in die völlig unterbewertete BMN ;)

...und nachfolg. auch EIN nicht unwesentlicher faktor
für den UPPP- trend.........

target price cad 1,50
.....innerhalb einer brandakt. studie von CIBC aus 03.2009...


das Orakel Tibbs phantasiert mal wieder?;)

BMN Market cap

In working out the market cap of BMN, and the potential future MC, don\'t be clouded by half-truths, poor research, and double agenda.

Lets get the facts straight, and also lay BMNs future intentions on the table:

Firstly, current tradeable shares on issue:

Then there are the:
1] 4,000,000 to go to Savannah on grant of mining licence
2] 16,340,000 to go to RCF for the 1st $10m tranche (Assuming BMN don’t elect to pay out the convertible note, and/or RCF elect to convert)
3] 15,000,000 director options that are exercisable

Giving us a current FD total of:
192,115,000 units

Then that leaves the 2nd RCF tranche, which I am dismissing, because the latest decision to raise funds has mentioned:

\"The Board is seeking pre-approval to raise, up to a further A$30 million in new capital. We are seeking this approval so that, in the instance of an improvement in market conditions, the Company has the option of raising funds to aggressively advance its exploration and feasibility study activities, and to potentially avoid the need to draw on the Standby Tranche of the RCF facility.\"

So forget the 2nd RCF tranche, it is history!! It gives RCF too much for their loan provision, and in this improving market and a much improved position that BMN finds itself in, it is not worth drawing on.

So what do we have? Well it means at this exact point, the maximum fully diluted MC attributable to BMN is 192,115,000 units. But, with a potential $30million raising to come, if approved. Management have the view that 61.5 cents is too cheap for BMN shares, and they expect an improved SP over coming months, so they hope to raise this cash at a much higher SP, probably around $1, or plus that figure. Assuming in a few months time, a raising of $30million at $1 per share will see BMN with a fully diluted position of 222million units, $40million in the bank, BFS fully funded, and all exploration work funded for the next year or so.

True, this will see the company more diluted than at present and with a higher MC, BUT, in a very strong position by years end. We will have our BFS out on Anomaly A, have the resource confirmed to “Reserve” status, we will by then have results out on much of the drilling campaigns that are underway - or about to get underway, and be cashed up for the next years work program. This type of resource confirmation will be very powerful!! So I would imagine that we will have had some announcements out by then on off-take, J/V’s, or some other form of interest from 3rd parties.

All this for just over 70 cents atm is a steal IMO
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.873.168 von hbg55 am 29.03.09 00:22:47
...die kurse/ vols. triebs last friday nach oben mit
folg. last trades..........und sogar 0,91 im TH !!!

* Volume Weighted Average Price
Number (s) Time
Last Traded Price Volume Change Value Number
of Trades

215 - 225 4:10:08 pm 89 74,368 2.5 $66,188 11
209 - 214 3:55:40 pm 86.5 18,663 0.5 $16,143 6
208 3:53:31 pm 87 2,818 0.5 $2,452 1
207 3:52:01 pm 86.5 30 0.5 $26 1
206 3:50:48 pm 87 2,450 0.5 $2,132 1
205 3:45:49 pm 86.5 5,775 0.5 $4,995 1
204 3:43:37 pm 86 5 0.5 $4 1
201 - 203 3:42:58 pm 86.5 18,593 0.5 $16,083 3
197 - 200 3:42:13 pm 87 7,802 0.5 $6,788 4
196 3:39:28 pm 86.5 3 0.5 $3 1
195 3:32:48 pm 87 2,790 0.5 $2,427 1
194 3:31:51 pm 86.5 1 0.5 $1 1
193 3:26:56 pm 86 2 1 $2 1
192 3:24:45 pm 87 477 0.5 $415 1
191 3:24:35 pm 87.5 1,980 0.5 $1,732 1

...moin BMN- fans !!!

trotz schlechter US- vorgaben setzte sich zum wochenstart der
aufwärts- trend unseres babys fort.

sahen bei nochmaligem vol.- anstieg in der spitze sogar aud 1,04
bevors zum ende der sitzung zu gewinn- mitnahmen kam bzw einem
SK von 0,915

100 - 105 10:22:25 am 98 39,266 2 $38,481 6
98 - 99 10:21:47 am 100 5,500 1.5 $5,500 2
95 - 97 10:21:20 am 101.5 3,935 1.5 $3,994 3
90 - 94 10:19:17 am 100 20,000 2 $20,000 5
85 - 89 10:19:02 am 102 19,500 2 $19,890 5
83 - 84 10:18:15 am 104 18,000 0.5 $18,720 2:eek::eek:
82 10:18:13 am 103.5 7,000 3.5 $7,245 1
81 10:17:56 am 100 7,700 1 $7,700 1
77 - 80 10:17:56 am 101 38,000 1 $38,380 4
71 - 76 10:17:25 am 100 91,477 1 $91,477 6
70 10:16:26 am 99 5,000 1 $4,950 1
64 - 69 10:16:15 am 100 66,625 1 $66,625 6

60 - 63 10:16:13 am 99 7,875 0.5 $7,796 4
59 10:16:11 am 98.5 700 0.5 $690 1
54 - 58 10:15:59 am 98 27,234 1 $26,689 5
47 - 53 10:14:42 am 97 53,489 0.5 $51,884 7

Leute bin interessiert an BNM.
Wie sieht die Sache mit dem Naturschutzgebiet aus. BNM hat bereits die Zusage für die FSB Studie erhalten?

Ich meine wenn die Uranlagerstätte im naturschutzgebiet liegt und die Umweltbehören Probleme machen, dann ist da nur hoffnung und fantasie dahinter.

Was habt ihr für Facts?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.876.982 von commodityleviathan am 30.03.09 09:12:06

moin CL.......bin mir da nicht gaaaaaanz sicher, aber sehe da bei
BMN nur geringe risiken, da die haupt- proj. im URAN- freundlichen
namibia liegen !!!

anders als zb. in CAN,USA, AUS herrschen dort recht liberale
bestimmungen, die ua auch grund für die starke aktiv. div.
explorer bzw. producer dort ist.

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.877.069 von hbg55 am 30.03.09 09:21:46das ist so namibia ist uranfreundlich. sehr sogar. projekte in kanada etc. fasse ich nicht an. nur jene in afrika. niger hat auch uranvorkommen, jedoch tiefe gehalte. aber politisch unsicher. rebellen etc. forget it.

habe mir alles ein wenig angeschaut.

bannermann ist mit den ressourcen von 106 mlb sehr günstig bewertet im vergleich zu extract. extract hat zwr 200 mlb (ok es werden 300) vermutet aber da 60% anteil anderer kalahari sehe ich dort zwar aufwärtspotenzial aber bei bannerman mehr!

eben wäre da nicht das naturschutzgebiet wo es noch risiken geben könnte. und was war der streit mit savanna. dieser beendet.

die einzige firma die noch in frage käme ist mantra resources. haben gute projekte. ca 9% gecovered vom aussichtreichstten projekt. im moment ressourcen von 36 mlb bestätigt. könnte ein "sleeping giant" sein.

bannerman scheint sehr interessant zu sein. ich warte noch bis ich von euch mehr infos betreffend naturschutzgebietszeugs savanna erhalte. die aktie sieht für mich im moment völlig unterbewertet aus.

PS: falls ihr nach goldinvestments sucht. schaut euch mal etruscan resources an. die haben super projekte. cash flow, hohes potenzial an ressourcenausweitung zur zeite ca proven and probable ovn 800 K. plus Reserven von ca 4 mio unzen xau. plus noch diamantenbeteiligung etc. 14'000 km2 land. und das mit einer market cap von 60 mio cad. hab heute ein paar geordet.

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.883.109 von commodityleviathan am 30.03.09 20:40:30hi,
das war doch die News dieses Jahr, das Savannah geregelt wurde, zwar teuer, aber es ist vom Tisch. Das mit dem Naturschutzgebiet hatte ich auch mal gelesen, aber hatte in Erinnerung, das es auch geklärt war. Das ganze Gebiet ist ein großes Naturschutzgebiet und bedenke, wer da alles schon abbaut. Ich wühle da mal nach.
Under the terms of the
settlement agreement, Savanna agreed to discontinue its review application in the High Court
of Namibia by which Savanna had sought a declaration that the grant by the Minister of Mines
and Energy of Namibia of the Company‟s EPL 3345, on which the Etango Project is situated,
was void. This settlement involves payments and the issue of shares to Savanna (as
Bannerman has previously disclosed) and has removed the threat to Bannerman‟s title to the
Etango Project.

in Namibia, an African country considered
to be a premier mining jurisdiction.

Social and Environmental Impact Assessment
A series of community participation meetings were conducted during the half year. No critical issues were
identified during this process.
The first stage of the environmental assessment was completed and the results
serve to provide input to the completion of the next level of assessment.

The Namibian exclusive prospecting licences expire in late April 2009 and are in the process of statutory

In accordance with the Minerals (Prospecting & Mining) Act, 1992 (Act No. 33 of 1992)
applications for the renewal of both EPL3345 and EPL3346 were submitted to the Ministry of
Mines and Energy on the 23rd of January 2009.

Areas within the Namib-Naukluft National Park, which includes the Etango and Swakop River
Projects are granted for exploration, subject to appropriate environmental commitments.

An environmental contract must be completed with the Department of Environment and
Tourism by applicants for EPL‟s, MDRL‟s and ML‟s. Environmental impact assessments
(where relevant) must be made with respect to land disturbance, protection of flora and fauna,
water supply, drainage and waste water disposal, air pollution and dust generation.

- und die haben sie für ihre EPL also, alles weitere ist zu früh, das geht zum Ende des Jahres hoffentlich mit der Mining Licence über die Bühne. Erstmal im September die feasability und dann macht das erst Sinn, sich drum zu kümmern.
Nicht dass die wahrscheinlich gerade nicht dran arbeiten, es bringt aber nichts da jetzt eine entgültige Umweltverträglichkeit einzureichen.

Environmental Liabilities
The southern portion of the Etango Project Area (EPL 3345) falls within the Namib-Naukluft
National Park and the northern portion of the tenement falls within the West Coast
Recreational Area.
According to Speiser (2006), activities in the licence area are covered by a number of acts,
policies and bills. These include (amongst others):-
- The Namibian Constitution – Article 95.
- The Minerals (Prospecting and Mining) Act, No 33 of 1992.
- The Environmental Assessment Policy, 1994.
- The Environmental Management Bill, 2004
- South African Legislation still in force since Namibian independence in 1990 – Specifically the Nature and Conservation Ordinance, No. 4 of 1975.
- The Policy for Prospecting and Mining in Protected Areas and National Monuments.

A detailed Environment Clearance and Environmental Management Plan („EMP‟) was required to be submitted to the Ministry of Environment and Tourism („MET‟) to meet the environmental licensing of the Project. The EMP was prepared by independent consultancy
A. Speiser Environmental Consultants in July 2006
(Speiser, 2006). The plan included a detailed summary of potential environmental impacts and a list of the mitigation measures that would be taken for access and works on the licence area. A bi-annual environmental audit report is also required for the Project. The EMP was approved on 28th July 2006.
Bannerman Resources Ltd understands that the relevant Ministries allow mining and exploration in the park areas and is unaware of any current regulations that may significantly restrict access to the Projects areas for exploration. It is important to note that other exploration and mining activities are currently underway within the Namib-Naukluft National Park by companies such as Extract Resources Limited (exploration activities) and Langer Heinrich Uranium Pty Ltd (mining and exploration).:eek:

also ich bin wunschlos glücklich, eine Regierung und Legiislative, die dafür bekannt ist, Uranfreundlich zu sein, alles bisher mögliche an Lizenzen und Umweltlizenzen ohne Probleme bekommen und weitere schon eingereicht mit bisher keiner Aussicht auf Rückweisung, und den Wink auf die Nachbarn, die teils schon abbauen. Was fehlt dir noch?- ein 3/4 Jahr? war Spass:laugh:
ach shit-
Half Yearly Report - to December 31, 2008

National Instrument 43-101
Technical Document - Etango Project, Namibia
February 2009 Resource Update

Also hab recherchiert.

Bannerman ist meiner Meinung nach ein lukratives Investment.

Frage, wie war es nur möglich dass der kurs auf die 14 cent cad gesunken ist. krass. schade, dass ich dies nicht vorher entdeckt habe. ein grosser sprung von 14 cent auf 80 cent. dennoch ist bannerman unterbewertet. ob jetzt ein guter einstiegspunkt ist, ist fraglich.

wie seht ihr dass so? jemand bereit jetzt aufzustocken?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.898.351 von commodityleviathan am 01.04.09 16:10:53

moin CL, hab hier im board genügend leute kennen gelernt, die
beoachteten und beobachteten in der hoffnung auf DEEEEN ´richtigen´
zeitpunkt des einstiegs - dazu sag ICH schlichtweg BLÖDSINN !!!

fahre meine strategie seit geraumer zeit so, daß ich in mehreren
tranchen kaufe und verkaufe......und bin zufrieden damit :lick:

wenn DU bis jetzt nicht zugestiegen bist, haste zb den AUSBRUCH heute verpennt - und DAS, obwohl du vom wert überzeugt bist
wie ich herausgelesen habe.

gleich 2 NEWS zu beginn des Q2 lassen unser baby heute ÜBER die
ONE- marke springen......bis hin zu einem SK von aud 108,5 bei
stolzen 2,4 mio vol. !!!!



Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.903.027 von hbg55 am 02.04.09 09:02:31;) danke hbg
hier werde ich mit Gewinnmitnahmen warten, das Potential ist langfristig nicht mal angekratzt. Einerseits wird von einem lukratives Investment gesprochen, andererseits lässt sich eher eine kurzfristige Investmentstrategie aus der Frage erkennen. Den Widerspruch muss er selbst klären.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.903.120 von Ikar am 02.04.09 09:12:41

moin IKAR........ist schlussendlich JEDENMANNS entscheidung, wie
er seine invests tätigt - doch für MICH stellt BMN ne neue TOP-
chance dar, nachdem ICH bei EXT leider viiiiiel zu früh rausging

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.903.027 von hbg55 am 02.04.09 09:02:31das mit dem anstieg ist so. hab ihn verpennt. hab gestern in kanada noch nen auftrag aufgegeben. aber dieser ist nicht gegangen.
Ich trade in Kanada, da dies von den Gebühren her viel attraktiver ist für mich.

hatte nen komisches Bauchgefühl gestern, dass BMN steigen wird heute. war bei HRG high river gold auch so. hatte nen ungutes gefühl stig aus bei .17 vorgestern. etz sind diese schon bei .12. bald kann ich wieder rein unter 10:-) high river gold müsst ihr euch mal anschauen. mit einem kleinen betrag risiko eingehen, dort könnte sich langfristig sehr viel geld verdienen. haben produzierende minen, mit hohen gehalten in russland. 2.2 proven and probable und 3.3 mit indicated and inferred mio unzen gold. leider haben diese finanzprobleme. 137 mio usd schulden. aber severstal ist mit 50% eingestiegen und haben nun letzte woche keinen weitere finanzierung gegeben. severstal wäre ja selber blöd wenn diese ihre 50 mio investition aufs spiel setzten. das ist nur taktik.

zurück zu bannerman

Na dann muss ich es heute versuchen oder nochmals bis morgen warten. Ich steig mal ein mit einer Tranche, wird sicher so sein, dass ich dann pech habe und morgen der kurs 10% sinkt. najaaa, aber irgendwann muss ich ja kaufen.

Market cap etz schon auf 170 mio.......
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.904.154 von commodityleviathan am 02.04.09 11:01:07

...hi CL........ist klar mit CAN - hab da auch meine stücke
geholt !!!

wie zu sehen ist nimmt der handel dort stetig zu und hoffe, daß
DU heute mehr erfolg hattest und deine st. bekommen hast !!!

Recent Trades - Last 10

Time Ex Price Change Volume Buyer Seller Markers

15:53:21 T 0.90 +0.15 3,000 62 Haywood 33 Canaccord K
15:42:00 T 0.90 +0.15 5,000 62 Haywood 1 Anonymous K
15:40:32 T 0.90 +0.15 20,000 62 Haywood 1 Anonymous K
14:35:19 T 0.88 +0.13 1,500 74 GMP 33 Canaccord K
14:32:36 T 0.90 +0.15 2,000 74 GMP 33 Canaccord K
14:32:36 T 0.90 +0.15 1,500 88 Scotia iTRADE 33 Canaccord K
11:08:14 T 0.95 +0.20 500 2 RBC 9 BMO Nesbitt K
11:08:14 T 0.94 +0.19 3,000 2 RBC 74 GMP K
10:15:47 T 0.90 +0.15 500 88 Scotia iTRADE 2 RBC K
10:14:38 T 0.88 +0.13 3,000 74 GMP 9 BMO Nesbitt K

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.911.128 von hbg55 am 02.04.09 23:45:18Ich hab ein paar Stücke geholt bei 0.90 cad.

ärgere mich über den kursverlauf von nwt uranium. ihr wisst ja extract, 40% kalahari.
niger uranium mit 15% beteiligt an kalahari, nwt uranium mit 35% beteiligt an niger uranium. durch den kursanstieg von extract profitieren die anderen niger und nwt durch einen hebeleffekt.

aber bin nicht eingestiegen, dass ganze ist mir zu blöd. warum solli ch eine firma kaufen nur wegen einer beteiligung die sich sehr positiv auswirken kann?! projekte von niger und nwt haben mir zuwenig substanz.

bannerman in aust. bei 1.14 eröffnet...leicht minus...extract werden wohl auch bald gewinnmitnahmen kommen.