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17.03.09 19:08:16
CASCADERO COPPER

MK: 2.4M CAD
letzter Kurs 0.035CAD

per 31.08.08
Cash: 1.9M
Shares: 68.4M
Options: 12.928.000 im Mittel zu CAD 0.21 (tief 0.10)
Warrants: 28.752.000 im Mittel zu CAD 0.215 (tief 0.10)
Buchwert: 11.9M CAD
Liabilities: 271.374CAD (!)

Projects: http://www.cascadero.com

Wer an Cooper (und Gold) in 2009-10 glaubt, sollte hier mal ein Auge drauf werfen. Erscheint mir billig.:)
Problem: iM illiquider Handel. Langsam vorgehen. ;)
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26.03.09 21:56:18


26.03.09: 0,07 CAD!
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30.03.09 14:53:27
lieber russland-investor...

bin gerade dabei, mich ein wenig hier reinzuarbeiten. bin noch jung und noch nicht so lange dabei. kannst du mir sagen, wie ich dieses unternehmen mal analysieren könnte?

lg shelf
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30.03.09 15:09:15
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.879.864 von Shelf am 30.03.09 14:53:27Erstmal diese beiden Dokumente lesen:
http://www.sedar.com/GetFile.do?lang=EN&docClass=5&issuerNo=…
http://www.sedar.com/GetFile.do?lang=EN&docClass=7&issuerNo=…
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30.03.09 18:56:47
vielen dank, die werde ich mir dann mal zu gemüte führen. hoffentlich bin ich danach schlauer :-) möchte jetzt nämlich auch etwas investieren!!
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30.03.09 18:58:00
aber selbst als "Laie" erkenne ich, dass 120% ziemlich viel sind an einem tag :-?
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30.03.09 19:10:09
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.882.193 von Shelf am 30.03.09 18:58:00Ja in D, aber der Kurs wird in Kanada gemacht. Berlin sagt nix aus.

Übrigens würde ich dir nicht empfehlen in diese Aktie zu investieren als Anfänger - ohne die Firma zu kennen. Volumen ist gering und Spread zu groß.
Ansonsten immer die HP anschauen, was da so steht.;)

LG
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30.03.09 20:01:32
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.882.296 von Marvin1992 am 30.03.09 19:10:09danke für die info...

die homepages sehen nur leider alle so gut aus und die schreiben ja nie hin, dass sie bald pleite gehen :-)
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09.04.09 22:31:35
Volumen steigt, Kurs auch. 0.10CAD. :)
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11.08.09 18:09:38
10cCAD und mittlerweile gutes Volumen! :)

Mon Aug 10, 2009
New Argentine Lithium Discovery
The Company drilled one permitted reconnaissance style core hole (GA-09-01) at Guadalquivir, which is located in north western Argentina.

TABLE ONE
LITHIUM ASSAY RESULTS FROM GA-09-01
GA-09-01 FROM TO METRES LITHIUM
(M) (M) (PPM)*
1.5 14 12.5 59
14 64 50 239

*Weighted average

GA-09-01 encountered difficult drilling conditions due to the unconsolidated nature of the host material, lost circulation at 64 metres and was abandoned. The lithium values within the 50 metre interval range from 84.9 to 429.1 ppm. The drill hole ended in lithium mineralization.

The lithium mineralization is not hosted in brine but in fine friable sandstone, pumaceous tuff and conglomerate. The Company has not conducted any mineralogy or metallurgy on the mineralization. The property consists of three contiguous claims aggregating 6,442.5 hectares and is 100% owned by Salta Exploraciones SA.

Exploration from 2004, including mapping, prospecting, trenching and geochemistry was supervised and directed by Dr. Tom Richards PhD., P.Geo, who is the qualified person for the Company's Argentine exploration programs. The drill program was conducted and supported by Salta personnel. All drill core samples were logged and one-half core samples were transported to the Companies office in the city of Salta then packaged and shipped for sample preparation to ACME Analytical Laboratories in Mendoza and Santiago, Chile and then flown to ACME Analytical in Vancouver for assay. Dr. Richards has reviewed the ACME assay file from GA-09-01 and the contents of this news release. Salta Exploraciones SA is the operator of the project and is 50% owned by Cascadero Copper Corp.

Surface sampling by Salta Exploraciones identified the presence of a ~3,000-metre northeast trending mineralized zone that is within a larger area of northwest trending opaline alteration. The Company is excited by the results of this initial drillhole and is planning an extensive follow-up program.

Bill McWilliam
President
Cascadero Copper Corp
604-924-5504
604-999-0391
Bill@Cascadero.com

http://www.cascadero.com/s/NewsReleases.asp?ReportID=359305&…
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11.08.09 18:12:22
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.756.464 von Russland-Investor am 11.08.09 18:09:38
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13.08.09 23:21:17
13.5c! Mittlerweile knapp 300% Plus! :)
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28.08.09 15:30:16
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28.08.09 15:33:04
Mon Aug 24, 2009
Argentine Exploration Update
El Quevar Yaxtche Silver Deposit

In March 2006, Salta Exploraciones SA ("SALTA") entered into an option agreement with SILEX Argentina S.A. ("SILEX"), a subsidiary of Apex Silver Mines Corporation ('APEX") that enabled APEX to earn a 100% interest in SALTA's interest in its Castor-Quevar silver prospect in north western Argentina. Cascadero Copper holds a 50% equity interest in SALTA.

A Chapter 11 Joint Plan of Reorganization (the "Plan") filed by APEX became effective on March 24, 2009. Under the Plan, Golden Minerals Company, a newly-formed Delaware corporation, became the successor to Apex assets, including the option agreement with SALTA. Golden Minerals trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the ticker AUM.

The SALTA properties (El Quevar II and Castor) form part of the Yaxtche mineral system and are subject to an option agreement signed March 16th 2006, between SALTA and SILEX. To exercise its option to acquire 100% of Salta's interest in the properties, SILEX has to pay an additional US$1.6 million on or before March 16th 2011 and grant SALTA a 1% NSR royalty on production from the properties. SALTA intends to use the cash, if paid, to assist in financing the exploration of its portfolio consisting of 46 mineral properties in north western Argentina.

AUM published a 43-101 Technical Report dated January 31-09 regarding the silver resource at the El Quevar Yaxtche deposit as outlined in TABLE ONE below.

TABLE ONE
RESOURCES YAXTCHE SILVER DEPOSIT
(see Link!)


This resource is based on 45 core holes in a 700 metre east west trending zone that dips -50o to the north and is up to 50 metres thick. The resource is within a larger mineralized shell that grades >25 g/tonne silver. The sulphide zone has low, medium and high sulphide phases. The high-sulphide zone averages 823 g/tn (26.5 oz) silver, 0.58 g/tn gold, 1.60% lead, 1.70% zinc, 0.18% bismuth, 0.40% antimony and 0.82% copper.

The cut-off grades were determined by using a silver price of US$12 per ounce ($0.39 per gram), 65% recovery for the oxide material by leaching and an open pit mining cost of US$1.75 per tonne. Processing is set at US$20 per tonne. The recovery for mixed and sulphide material is expected to be between 90 to 95% available by a crush-grind-flotation circuit. The cut-off grade was determined for underground mining at a cost estimated at US$25 per tonne plus US$20 per tonne processing cost. The mineralized zone is open to depth and along strike.

On August 10th 2009 AUM issued a news release outlining the progress at El Quevar subsequent to the 43-101 Technical Report referred to above.

"During the second quarter, the Company continued its drilling program on the El Quevar silver project in northwestern Argentina. The Company recently completed a 63-hole core drilling program totaling about 8,000 metres. The drill program focused on providing infill drill intercepts in the central area and defining strike extensions of the high-grade Yaxtche mineralized zone to support up-dated resource estimation and provide information for preliminary engineering studies. These holes were primarily designed to provide additional intercepts within the original drill pattern, which was spaced about 50 metres apart. This new drilling will provide intercepts spaced 25 to 30 metres apart and provide more information about the continuity and grade of the known mineralization. This drill program also tested extensions to the east and west of the main mineralized zone. Results confirm that the zone extends at least 450 metres further west and 350 metres further east of the previously defined 750 metre long central zone, and is still open in both directions.

Of the last 37 holes drilled in the central part of the Yaxtche zone at El Quevar as of July 29, 2009, 27 hit significant silver mineralization of better than 100 grams per tonne, with assays pending on six holes. Eight of the last 37 holes in the central part of the zone intersected greater than 1.0 kilogram (>32.2 ounces) per tonne of silver, with grades up to 8.6 kilograms (276.5 ounces) per tonne, including a 22 meter intercept of 932 grams (30 ounces) per tonne of silver. A total of 26,000 metres in 141 holes have been drilled at El Quevar to date. The field work at El Quevar has also identified several more target areas believed to have potential for the discovery of additional silver mineralization. The Company plans to drill test the areas believed to be more promising in the coming months. The Company plans to update the mineral resource at El Quevar in the third quarter of 2009 and has initiated engineering studies in support of a preliminary economic assessment for the project."

As of June 30th 2009 Golden Minerals had issued about 3.3 million shares and had US$17.8 million in working capital of which $15.7 million was cash.


Bill McWilliam
President
Cascadero Copper Corp
Office = 604-924-5504
Cell = 604-999-0391
Bill@Cascadero.com


http://www.cascadero.com/s/NewsReleases.asp?ReportID=361039&…
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03.09.09 15:18:00
Wed Sep 2, 2009
Argentine Exploration Update

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Drill Program Commences on Campo Viejo Argentine Silver Prospect

Salta Exploraciones SA (SALTA), a 50% owned subsidiary of Cascadero Copper, entered into an option agreement with Silex Argentina (SILEX), a 100% owned subsidiary of Golden Minerals Company (AUM-TSX; GDMN.PK) regarding a property called Campo Viejo. In early August 2009, Golden Minerals initiated a 1,100 metre core drilling program at Campo Viejo to test several surface mineralized structures to determine continuity of surface mineralization to depth. Exploration by SALTA on Campo Viejo was carried out from 2005 to 2007. The property consists of 3,000 hectares and is located in northwestern Argentina approximately eight kilometres north of and adjoins Golden Minerals' El Quevar Project, part of which, Castro-Quevar is also subject to an option agreement between SALTA and SILEX. See Cascadero news release dated August 24th 2009.

GEOLOGIC SETTING

Campo Viejo is hosted within the core of the Quevar stratovolcano complex in the eastern part of the regionally extensive Nevado de Quevar caldera complex. Grey dacite and andesite occupies the margins of the stratovolcano, and its core region is underlain by volcanic and hypabyssal quartz-eye, biotite with feldspar dacite. The dacitic rocks occur mainly as pyroclastics, with flows dykes and domes.

The central part of the Quevar stratovolcano is underlain by an high-sulphidation alteration and mineral system that measures some 10 km north-south and to 5 km east-west. The whole of the upper parts of the high-sulphidation alteration assemblage is exposed in over a 1,000 metre cross-section in the central part of Quevar. The highest levels of the mountain are underlain by kaolin, massive to porous alunite, opal and native sulphur that represent the upper-most parts of a high-sulphidation system. The lower levels of exposure within the Quevar stratovolcano comprise the alteration assemblage of kaolin, illite, alunite, quartz (opal, massive and common vuggy-silica) and barite. Precious metal mineralization is directly associated with the lower alteration assemblages. This relationship infers that the whole of the high-sulphidation alteration system should exist below the present level of erosion.

Mineralization within this alteration zone is more intense in its southern parts. Early stage mineralization includes an assemblage of quartz, pyrite, cassiterite and calcite followed by pyrite, an assemblage of argentite, silver sulphosalts, galena and stannite and is associated with advanced argillic alteration. A later stage is typified by zinc and pyrite. Nevado de Quevar is part of the Bolivian silver-tin mineralization system marked by the giant Cerro de Potosi silver-tin mines. Quevar appears to represent the most southerly known of this mineral belt.

PREVIOUS WORK

Earliest evidence of mineral exploitation is evidenced by Inca-Jesuit workings. Two small silver mines began operation in 1939 but there is no documentation of production. In the mid-1980s to late 1980s, Utah de la Americas and BHP respectively explored the area. SILEX is currently working on SALTA's Quevar II and Castor properties to the south. According to a recent Golden Minerals news release core drilling results at Quevar II and Castor are promising.

Prospecting in the late 1990s discovered a number of highly anomalous silver showings previously unrecognized. Silver values to 8,000 ppm as grab samples were discovered in vuggy alunite-quartz lenses, pods and masses, commonly but not invariably associated with barite and anomalous mercury. Many of these alunite-silica systems grade out into argillic and into pure acid-leach silica systems, both of which assayed values of silver. Of interest, there appears to be an inverse relationship between the silver and the lead, although lead remained highly anomalous. The area that presently constitutes the western part of the Campo Viejo prospect was included in SALTA's reconnaissance exploration.

Previous values obtained from the Campo Viejo zone of mineralization included a number of silver assays to 90 ppm taken from a prominent ledge of acid-leach alunite and silica. Of interest, from all the previous samples taken by SALTA from the Nevado de Quevar area, anomalous gold has been noted only from the Campo Viejo area, where values of 260 ppb to 1,000 ppb occur in surface grab samples from outcrop. The central and northern parts of the Nevado de Quevar alteration system have not been subject to systematic prospecting and the Campo Viejo claim covers most of this ground.

DETAILS OF SILEX-SALTA OPTION AGREEMENT

On October 27th 2008, SALTA and SILEX entered into an option agreement whereby SILEX can earn a 60% interest in Campo Viejo over a period of four years by paying US$600,000 ($50,000 paid) and spending US$1 million on exploration which includes 1,000 metres of drilling. Once SILEX provides notice of the expenditure and the investment (First Call), SILEX may at its sole discretion form a 60/40 joint venture with SALTA; or, SILEX may acquire an additional 20% interest in Campo Viejo by preparing a feasibility study within 3 years of the exercise of the First Call in the Option Agreement. If SILEX chooses the latter option then it will make a onetime payment to SALTA of US$250,000. In addition, if SILEX chooses to form a 60/40 Joint Venture, SALTA has a 90-day period to agree to the Joint Venture or to convert its 40% interest to a 3% net smelter return royalty (NSR) on precious metal and a 1% net smelter return royalty (NSR) on base metal. SILEX has the right to purchase 50% of the precious metal NSR for US$2 million and 50% of the base metal NSR for US$1 million within 3 years of commencement of production. To keep its NSR purchase rights in full force SILEX shall make annual payments to SALTA of $US100,000 the total of which shall be deducted from the first NSR payment if SILEX exercises its purchase right in the first three (3) years.

Exploration on Campo Viejo from 2005, including mapping, prospecting, and geochemical sampling was supervised and directed by Dr. Tom Richards PhD., P.Geo, who is the qualified person for Cascadero's and SALTA's Argentine exploration program. The field work was conducted and supported by Salta personnel. All samples were transported to SALTA's office in the city of Salta then packaged and shipped for sample preparation to ACME Analytical Laboratories in Mendoza and Santiago, Chile and then flown to ACME Analytical in Vancouver for assay.

Bill McWilliam
President
Cascadero Copper Corp
Office = 604-924-5504
Cell = 604-999-0391
Bill@Cascadero.com

http://www.cascadero.com/s/NewsReleases.asp?ReportID=362006&…
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03.09.09 20:35:06
Nach bis zu 400% Plus in 6 Monaten nun heute bei 17.5cCAD kann begonnen werden den Einstand oder etwas mehr je nach Riskobereitschaft rauszunehmen. Rest laufen lassen! Diese Strategie ist oft richtig bei schnell stark steigenden Werten.

Anschlusskaufmöglichkeit mit dem Gewinn: TSU:CA bei 5-6cCAD! Potenzial auf 6Monate: ebenfalls 100-500% Prozent.
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04.09.09 21:48:40
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.914.413 von Russland-Investor am 03.09.09 20:35:06Das gilt noch mehr heute: +600% 24.5c... Einsatz rausnehmen. Rest laufen lassen. :)
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26.09.09 09:55:48
TSU hat nun seit Anfang Sept. bereits + 170% gemacht. Wer möchte nimmt den Einstz dort raus und reinvestiert bei 14cCAD wieder in CCD CCD. Bekommt fast das Doppelte CCD und hat trotzdem weiter nochmal das 1.7fache an TSU extra. Kompliziert, aber massiv verdient! ;)
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26.09.09 11:58:57
Wed Sep 23, 2009
New Gold Discovery Las Cuevas Argentina
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02.10.09 15:09:58
Und wieder bei 19cCAD! :)
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24.02.10 12:40:15
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.786.063 von Russland-Investor am 17.03.09 19:08:16Bald ist Jahrestag;) mit 1000% Plus?! Kürzlich neues Jahreshoch bei 25cCAD und ziemlich starke letzte Tage...
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11.04.10 11:58:11
Nächster Anlauf...
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12.04.10 16:54:49
Wieder 0.25CAD...und jetzt?!!;)


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