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Listing TSX-Venture : GNH.V

ISIN: CA3809261058


Homepage: http://www.goldenhopemines.com/


Kurs 01.03.2010: CAD 0,26

52 Wochen: CAD 0,03 - 0,30

Aktien ausstehend / voll verwässert: 82,4 Mio. / 95,5 Mio.

Marktkapitalisierung: CAD 21,4 Mio. / CAD 24,8 Mio.


Kurzbeschreibung (Englisch):

Golden Hope Mines Limited is a junior exploration company listed in Canada on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol GNH and in the U.S. on the Pink Sheets under the symbol GOLHF.

Golden Hope Mines is focused on growing shareholder value through the acquisition, exploration and development of potentially large-scale gold and base metal projects. The Company’s project consists of the Bellechasse gold belt in Southern Quebec, Canada. The property is located on a mineralized belt that is mostly owned by Golden Hope Mines Ltd. and which includes the Bellechasse (Timmins) gold deposit, the FSG volcanic VMS target and a number of recently claimed Serpentinite (Ultra-Basic) geological formations. The Company aims to explore and develop this flagship project into a world class gold asset.

Golden Hope Mines Ltd. is actively exploring the Bellechasse region with the objective of defining resources and completing NI 43-101 reports on those deposits.


FANTOMAS
Man kann eigentlich nur warnen. 103.000 Dollar in Cash laut dem letzten Filing. Naja, einer von den 30.000 Explorern in Kanada. Nunja beim Filing, da waren es noch 66 Mio. Aktien. Also dürften sie - vergeblich - noch ein wenig gebuddelt haben. In Quebec, klar, Gold in Travemünde entdeckt.
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.037.267 von derbewunderer am 01.03.10 23:19:47@ derbewunderer

Also dürften sie - vergeblich - noch ein wenig gebuddelt haben.


NEWS von heute:

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Golden-Hope-Mines-Ltd-iw-40749…


Golden Hope Mines Ltd. Announces Bulk Sample Results on Its Bellechasse-Timmins Property


TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - 03/01/10) - Golden Hope Mines Ltd. (TSX-V:GNH - News)(PINK SHEETS:GOLHF - News) is pleased to announce its bulk sample results on the T1 portion of the Bellechasse-Timmins mineralized zone.

The simple average of values for samples from within the mineralized portion of the T1 zone exposed at surface is approximately 3g Au/metric tonne (2.998) using a 0.5g/t cut-off. The mineralized area exposed at surface has a strike length of about 100 metres and a maximum width of approximately 48m.


The results from each of the trenches are presented in the table below;



Zone Trench Sample From To Length Bulk
Number (m) (m) (m) Sample Results
(g/ t Au)

T1 09A 09A #1 0 3 3 0.446
09A #2 3 5 2 2.616
09A #3 5 7 2 2.762
09A #4 7 9 2 8.122
09A #5 9 11 2 10.56
09A #6 11 13 2 5.588
09A #7 13 15 2 1.196
09A #8 15 17 2 2.502
09A #9 17 19 2 5.879
09A #10 19 21 2 8.75
09A #11 21 23 2 2.384

T1 09D 09D #1 0 3 3 0.418
09D #2 3 5 2 0.415
09D #3 5 7 2 0.477
09D #4 7 9 2 0.548
09D #5 9 11 2 6.923
09D #6 11 13 2 2.074
09D #7 13 16 3 1.231

T1 09D1 09D1 #1 0 2 2 1.622
09D1 #2 2 4 2 1.074

T1 09D2 09D2 #1 0 2 2 11.98
09D2 #2 2 4 2 3.578
09D2 #3 4 6 2 2.735
09D2 #4 6 8 2 0.307
09D2 #5 8 10 2 0.127
09D2 #6 10 12 2 0.181
09D2 #7 12 14 2 0.426
09D2 #8 14 16 2 0.084
09D2 #9 16 18 2 0.145
09D2 #10 18 20 2 0.312
09D2 #11 20 22 2 0.607
09D2 #12 22 24 2 0.357
09D2
#13-14 24 28 2 0.962
09D2 #15 28 30 2 0.083

T1 09E 09E #1 2 4 2 0.025
09E #2 4 6 2 0.174
09E #3 6 8 2 0.594
09E #4 8 10 2 0.722
09E #5 10 12 2 3.057
09E #6 12 14 2 1.664

T1 09F 09F #1 0 2 2 0.387
09F #2 2 4 2 0.996
09F #3 4 6 2 1.344

T1 09G 09G #1 2 4 2 0.426
09G #2 4 6 2 0.774
09G #3 6 8 2 0.531
09G #4 8 10 2 0.309


These results help to define the limits of mineralization at surface and give valuable information to assist in the correlation of gold values from existing diamond drilling and down-hole hammer work.

The Company and its geological team are encouraged by this information which supports earlier work and historical results suggesting reliability of grade estimators improves with sample size.

The T1 mineralized zone has been intersected 300m below surface where diamond drilling shows brecciation of the diorite, frequency of quartz veining, and gold distribution similar to that observed near surface in shallower diamond drill intersections.

Brecciation is confined to the competent intrusive rocks. Mineralization does not extend appreciably into the host sediments. Exposure of the mineralized diorite of the T1 zone at surface is limited by intruded sediments both to the southwest and to the northeast. Geological and geochemical data suggest mineralization within the diorite extends beneath the sediments in both directions.

Parallel mineralized zones that lie to the southeast have been traced for more than 300 metres along strike and are open in both directions, suggesting a similar strike potential for the T1 zone.

Additional data are posted on the Company website at www.goldenhopemines.com.

James E. Tilsley, P.Eng. is acting as the qualified person (QP) for Golden Hope Mines in compliance with National Instrument 43-101 and has reviewed the technical contents of this release.

About Golden Hope Mines Limited:

Golden Hope Mines Limited is a mineral exploration company that seeks to grow shareholder value through the acquisition, exploration and development of potentially large-scale gold and base metal projects suitable for underground and/or open-pit mining. The company's focus is in Quebec, Canada. The Bellechasse gold project in Quebec includes the Timmins 1, Timmins 2 and Ascot gold zones, the new FSG volcanic environment targets and a number of recently claimed ultra basic/serpentine bodies. For further information on Golden Hope Mines Limited please visit www.goldenhopemines.com.

Forward-Looking Information:

This release includes certain statements that may be deemed "forward-looking statements". All statements in this release, other than statements of historical facts, that address future production, reserve potential, exploration drilling, exploitation activities and events or developments that the company expects are forward-looking statements. Although the company believes the expectations expressed in such statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those in the statements. Factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements. These include market prices, exploitation and exploration successes, and continued availability of capital and financing, and general economic, market or business conditions. Investors are cautioned that any such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements. For more information on the company, investors should review registered filings at www.sedar.com.

The TSX Venture Exchange does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Contact:
Golden Hope Mines Limited
Frank Candido President, Director
514-750-8218416-864-0175 (FAX)


FANTOMAS
Oh, toll von 0,20 auf 0,25 gelaufen, welche Performance. Es gibt ja wohl keine Ressourcen oder gar Reserven - welch garstig Wort. Nicht mal ein guter Chart, einer von 30.000 Kanada Explorern, die alle nichts finden werden. Wer es denn zocken will, der soll. Exploration Companies finden kein Gold, das ist nicht ihr Job, sie verbrennen es. Die Gier nach diesem dämlichen Metall, das zu nichts taugt, wird wohl nie sterben, sei es drum.

Übrigens, in Kanada ist keine dieser Firmen kreditwürdig. könnte das Gründe haben?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.037.324 von derbewunderer am 01.03.10 23:38:23@ derbewunderer

Oh, toll von 0,20 auf 0,25 gelaufen, welche Performance. Es gibt ja wohl keine Ressourcen oder gar Reserven - welch garstig Wort. Nicht mal ein guter Chart


Na ja, von CAD 0,05 auf CAD 0,30 (6-Bagger) in 6 Monaten finde ich eigentlich eine ganz gute Performance.

Du scheinst aber "bessere" Eisen im Feuer zu haben ?

Kannst ja mal den einen oder anderen Wert mit nennen, wenn es Dir nichts ausmacht.

FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.037.297 von Fantomas96 am 01.03.10 23:28:39Überfläche auf ein paar Quadratmetern mit mittelprächtigen Ergebnissen.

The simple average of values for samples from within the mineralized portion of the T1 zone exposed at surface is approximately 3g Au/metric tonne (2.998) using a 0.5g/t cut-off. The mineralized area exposed at surface has a strike length of about 100 metres and a maximum width of approximately 48m.

Ganz toll, findet man auf dem Schrottplatz in Travemünde auch.

Aber es ist ja Gold. also kaufen!!!!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.037.344 von derbewunderer am 01.03.10 23:49:48Ganz toll, findet man auf dem Schrottplatz in Travemünde auch.


Echt ???? 3 Gramm Gold pro Tonne auf dem Schrottpatz ? In Travemünde ?

Na hoffentlich hast Du Dir da auch ein bißchen was vom Grundstück gesichert ! :laugh:

FANTOMAS

P.S.: Wie war das gleich noch mit der Performance von Deinen Favoriten ? :confused:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.037.357 von Fantomas96 am 01.03.10 23:56:09Die Performance wird dann verraten, wenn ich raus bin, Ausnahme, momentan favorisiere ich Curcas Oil, mehr so ein Öko Trip von mir, heute 9 Prozent im Plus, Kursiel 0,51 Cent - wenn mam seriösen Quellen glauben darf. Ach so,und ich ein shorte ein wenig VW, nebenbei.
Frisches Geld in Höhe von knapp CAD 1 Mio. gab es hier durch ein PP im Dezember 09:

http://www.goldenhopemines.com/uploadfiles/Press%20Release%2…


FANTOMAS


P.S.: Und wenn es hier mit dem Gold nicht klappt, könnten sie es ja auch mal mit Biofuel aus Pflanzenanbau versuchen. :D
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.037.324 von derbewunderer am 01.03.10 23:38:23
"Oh, toll von 0,20 auf 0,25 gelaufen, welche Performance. Es gibt ja wohl keine Ressourcen oder gar Reserven - welch garstig Wort. Nicht mal ein guter Chart, einer von 30.000 Kanada Explorern, die alle nichts finden werden. Wer es denn zocken will, der soll. Exploration Companies finden kein Gold , das ist nicht ihr Job, sie verbrennen es. Die Gier nach diesem dämlichen Metall, das zu nichts taugt, wird wohl nie sterben, sei es drum. ..."


Das die meisten nichts nennenswertes finden &nochviel weniger das dann auch mal gewinnbringend abbauen können ist klar -aber was Du geschrieben hast ist doch einfach Quatsch.

Aber Curcas Oil kaufen. :laugh: :D

Gruß
Popeye
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.037.660 von Popeye82 am 02.03.10 06:44:01und dem habe ich nichts hinzuzufügen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.037.344 von derbewunderer am 01.03.10 23:49:48
....Ganz toll, findet man auf dem Schrottplatz in Travemünde auch....


DARAUF solltest DU dich dann konsequenterweise auch fokussieren
und weniger auf ´riskante börsengeschäfte´

in diesem sinne viiiiel erfolg !!!!

:D;)
Golden Hope Mines Announces Positive Results from the Geochemical Survey in Bellechasse, Quebec


http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Golden-Hope-Mines-Announces-iw…


TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - 03/04/10) - Golden Hope Mines Limited (TSX-V:GNH - News)(PINK SHEETS:GOLHF - News) carried out soil gas hydrocarbon geochemical surveys over and adjacent to the Bellechasse-Timmins gold deposit in Bellechasse Township, southeastern Quebec during the fall of 2009 and the early winter of 2009-2010.

Results of test surveys that covered the possible extensions of known mineralized zones were reported on January 05, 2009. Encouraged by those results the Company undertook fill-in soil sampling in December, 2009 and in January 2010 a program of snow sampling was completed over areas that had been stripped of soil and overburden in the early 1990s.

Results from both the fill-in soil sampling and the snow sampling have been received. A composite interpretation of data from all three surveys has been prepared and is posted on the Company website at www.goldenhopemines.com.

Initial interpretation of these data suggest fifteen or more areas showing anomalous gold indicator responses that warrant additional exploration. Some of these anomalies overlie the expected extensions of known gold mineralization and others suggest previously unknown auriferous structures may be present.

Recent compilation and reinterpretation of existing diamond drilling data indicate frequent repetition of parallel zones of brecciation and quartz veining in the diorite intrusives for at least 500 metres across strike to the southeast of the T1 zone. Geochemical results from extensions of the sampling grid north of the St-Joseph road suggest the possibility of similar parallel structures north and northeast of the T1 and Ascot zones in ground not yet explored by the Company.

Frank Candido, President, Golden Hope Mines Ltd. states "These geochemical results indicate a strong possibility that there are undiscovered parallel mineralized structures both to the northwest and to the southeast of the T1 and T2 zones. The gold indicator anomalies to the north of the St-Joseph road lead us into virgin territory where there is no record of previous prospecting. These are very encouraging developments that greatly enhance the exploration potential of this part of the Company's extensive claim holdings in the Beauce-Bellechasse area. The potential to greatly expand upon our already identified zones has been significantly enhanced by these results. These and other targets being worked on by our exploration team guarantee an exciting field season in 2010."

About Golden Hope Mines Limited:

Golden Hope Mines Limited is a mineral exploration company that seeks to grow shareholder value through the acquisition, exploration and development of potentially large-scale gold and base metal projects suitable for underground and/or open-pit mining. The company's focus is in Quebec, Canada. The Bellechasse gold project in Quebec includes the Timmins 1, Timmins 2 and Ascot gold zones, the new FSG volcanic environment targets and a number of recently claimed ultra basic/serpentine bodies. For further information on Golden Hope Mines Limited please visit www.goldenhopemines.com.

Forward-Looking Information:

This release includes certain statements that may be deemed "forward-looking statements". All statements in this release, other than statements of historical facts, that address future production, reserve potential, exploration drilling, exploitation activities and events or developments that the company expects are forward-looking statements. Although the company believes the expectations expressed in such statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those in the statements. Factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements. These include market prices, exploitation and exploration successes, and continued availability of capital and financing, and general economic, market or business conditions. Investors are cautioned that any such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements. For more information on the company, investors should review registered filings at www.sedar.com.

The TSX Venture Exchange does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Contact:
Golden Hope Mines LimitedFrank CandidoPresident, Director514-750-8218416-864-0175 (FAX)fcandido@goldenhopemines.com or info@goldenhopemines.com www.goldenhopemines.com


FANTOMAS
Und hier och ne aktuelle Karte nach dem jüngsten "staking rush" (interessanterweise ist Osisko auch dabei!):





FANTOMAS
So, nach dem ein US-Investor eine größere Position liquidiert hat und wir uns zwischenzeitlich im Bereich von CAD 0,18 wiedergefunden haben, scheint es jetzt wieder bergauf zu gehen:






GNH bleibt einer meiner Top-Favoriten für 2010 !

Frohe Ostern !

FANTOMAS
Die Finazierung mit 2 Investoren scheint kurz vor dem Abschluß zu stehen, deshalb kommen wir hier nicht richtig vom Fleck.

Bin mal auf den Preis und die Höhe gespannt (man munkelt über CAD 4 Mio.).

Das sollte dann erstmal für weiters Drilling / Bulk Sampling reichen.

FANTOMAS
NEWS

Golden Hope Announces Its First Phase 2010 Drill Campaign


http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Golden-Hope-Announces-Its-iw-7…


TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - 04/13/10) - Golden Hope Mines Limited (TSX-V:GNH - News)(PINK SHEETS:GOLHF - News) is pleased to announce that the first 2000m phase of the 2010 field season diamond drilling program on its properties in the Bellechasse-Beauce area of southeastern Quebec began today.

Favourable snow conditions permit this early start at the Bellechasse-Timmins deposit, where substantial tonnage of gold-bearing quartz-filled breccias in diorites have been outlined during the past three years.

This initial 16-hole program is designed to follow the extensions of previously investigated zones (T1 and T2A&B) to the northeast and to the southwest, and to further explore the other 8 parallel zones that are known from surface exposures and diamond drilling.

Work to date has located mineralized zones within an area 300m along strike and confirmed that parallel structures repeat in the Bellechasse-Timmins diorite for at least 600m across the 045 degrees regional structural trend. Our data indicate additional parallel zones may occur both to the northwest and to the southeast of the explored area. The strike length of each of the known breccia zones remains to be established.

Soil gas hydrocarbon geochemistry completed early this year suggests more than a dozen additional drill targets in the immediate vicinity of the T1 and T2 zones, and several more in previously unexplored ground.

Diamond drilling elsewhere on the properties will begin toward the end of the month after completion of this first phase of the drilling program when improved field conditions are expected to allow access to more remote sites.

"We are extremely excited about the exploration season ahead. Our accumulated knowledge of both the property and the deposit permits us to target our program and deliver results much more efficiently. The Timmins deposit keeps getting bigger and our expectations have increased accordingly." states Frank Candido, President, Golden Hope Mines Limited.

About Golden Hope Mines Limited:

Golden Hope Mines Limited is a mineral exploration company that seeks to grow shareholder value through the acquisition, exploration and development of potentially large-scale gold and base metal projects suitable for underground and/or open-pit mining. The company's focus is in Quebec, Canada. The Bellechasse gold project in Quebec includes the Timmins 1, Timmins 2 and Ascot gold zones, the new FSG volcanic environment targets and a number of recently claimed ultra basic/serpentine bodies. For further information on Golden Hope Mines Limited please visit http://www.goldenhopemines.com/.

Forward-Looking Information:

This release includes certain statements that may be deemed "forward-looking statements". All statements in this release, other than statements of historical facts, that address future production, reserve potential, exploration drilling, exploitation activities and events or developments that the company expects are forward-looking statements. Although the company believes the expectations expressed in such statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those in the statements. Factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements. These include market prices, exploitation and exploration successes, and continued availability of capital and financing, and general economic, market or business conditions. Investors are cautioned that any such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements. For more information on the company, investors should review registered filings at http://www.sedar.com/.

The TSX Venture Exchange does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Contact:
Contacts:Golden Hope Mines LimitedFrank CandidoPresident, Director416-750-8218416-864-0175 (FAX)fcandido@goldenhopemines.com or info@goldenhopemines.comhttp://www.goldenhopemines.com/



FANTOMAS
Und noch ein RT-Chart, falls es hier mal spannender werden sollte:


GNH.V




FANTOMAS
Golden Hope Mines Quickly Advances Towards Completion of the First Phase of Drilling on Bellechasse-Timmins 2010

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Golden-Hope-Mines-Quickly-iw-2…

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - 04/22/10) - Golden Hope Mines Limited (TSX-V:GNH - News)(PINK SHEETS:GOLHF - News) is pleased to announce that 7 of the 16 drill holes of its first phase 2010 diamond drilling program announced on April 13, 2010 have been completed for a total of 1090 metres.

The purpose of this first phase of drilling is to test for extensions of zones T1, T2A, T2B and Ascot and to explore the road zone which lies between T1 and the Ascot structures. Additional drilling will be done to investigate the Soil Gas Hydrocarbon geochemical anomalies indicated by surveys performed between October 2009 and the end of January 2010.

Based on the actual outputs of the drilling contractor Forage Mercier Inc., the company expects that this stage of the 2010 drilling program will be completed during the first week of May 2010.

About Golden Hope Mines Limited:

Golden Hope Mines Limited is a mineral exploration company that seeks to grow shareholder value through the acquisition, exploration and development of potentially large-scale gold and base metal projects suitable for underground and/or open-pit mining. The company's focus is in the Bellechasse/Beauce Region of Quebec, Canada. The Bellechasse gold project in Quebec includes the Timmins 1, Timmins 2 and Ascot gold zones, the new FSG volcanic environment targets and a number of recently claimed ultra basic/serpentine bodies. For further information on Golden Hope Mines Limited please visit http://www.goldenhopemines.com/.



FANTOMAS
Larry´s Bericht vom "Site Visit"-Trip einer kleinen Investorengruppe:

Thank you, Frank and Sasha, for hosting our motley crew. I hope you enjoyed having us as much as we enjoyed being there.

Lads and lassies, I will be doing site visits until the day I die, if it is up to me. And may that day be far off.

First, general impressions. The GNH field office is neat, clean, and in excellent repair. The staff all visibly and palpably enjoy not only their own jobs, but also working together on this project. And there were many times when there was great excitement swirling around, especially when they were looking at the core they were pulling. More on that in a moment.

The soil gas hydrocarbon mapping is proving to be a very efficient drill targetting tool. They were drilling 24/7 while we were there, and were on hole 9 (of a planned 16 hole program in this phase) as we left. The only hole that missed was one that was collared based on surface structures. They drilled 50 metres on strike from visible outcrop, and that one missed because the intrusive had such a steep plunge. A step-out hole was done to undercut the first, and that one did hit the intrusive. All the other holes they drilled were blind but for the SGH data evidence. The old way of doing things failed, and the new way has not yet failed. Jim Tilsley told me that he thinks soil gas hydrocarbon geochemical testing is the most exciting innovation in mineral exploration during his career, and that spans about 50 years.

The big news, really, is the drilling. All of the current drilling is designed to give strike extension to known zones, add infill data between known zones, and to sample newly identified zones. They are pulling some core with very large intercepts of the type of rock that has previously been shown by assay to host the gold. Visible gold is occasionally encountered in historic drill core, but it's rare, so until the assays are done, not much more can be said about the new core. But, Jim Tilsley's eyes bugged wide when he as looking for the first time at some core pulled two or three days ago now. From a single hole (road zone) they had pulled about 50 metres (approx 36 metres true width) of the very type of diorite/quartz brecchia (I hope I've used the right terminology to describe what is a jumble of diorite and quartz) that Jim had already described to be the ideal gold host rock. This is the widest intersection they've ever hit, and the best potential gold host at the same time. As we left, they had repositioned the drill to undercut this hit, to see if it continues to depth. Without the soil sampling, they'd never have known to even drill it. It lies under the road that runs between the Timmins and Ascot surface outcrops. You'd never have any reason to suspect it was there, otherwise. And the best soil targets in that local area have not yet been drilled. Those are another 200 metres up the road.

The drillers actually stopped work for a while, explained how all the equipment worked, and let us crowd around as they pulled core and loaded it into core boxes. A special thanks goes out to those hard working men.

We walked the bulk sample zones and area (Timmins 1, 2a/b, 5 and 88) for most of one afternoon. It was pouring rain, and nobody noticed. It was that interesting.

All of the soil and sedimentary cover was stripped there, years ago. So, the surface is mostly exposed diorite and quartz, with some infilling sediments. The sediments are shale, by the way, and this property is under claim by Jumex for shale gas (separate rights), but there's so much diorite screwing up the shale that it'll never be an issue. Bad for Jumex, good for us. Anyway, there is quite a disturbed surface, with boulders too big to be crushed in the bulk program, interspersed with piles of rubble, bulldozed piles of shale debris, "roads", and old drill collars and everything else. Jim told us that visible gold was occasionally found in the debris, and he told us what to look for. We had an informal contest to see if we could find some, and within 20 minutes, Corvette had found some. Damn sweet! I had a mental list of things I wanted to do when I was there, and seeing VG in unsorted samples was one of them. Sam brought it to me because I had a jeweller's loupe with me, and I confirmed it as gold before the geos verified it.

One impression I obtained from the visit is just how large the prospective area really is. Despite the many years of work on the property, it's still very much a grassroots exploration play. So far, they have not found the non-mineralized edges of this large geological structure. There are parallel veins turning up in soil surveys that were not previously known to exist from surface work. There are strike extensions open on both ends. There are similar structures seen in outcrop some kilometres away, with only the most preliminary work yet done on them. And they have a continuous band of claims all along this trend. Plans are going forward to do more soil surveys, and if indicated, drill those new areas later this year. I can hardly wait for that to happen.

I don't know what more to talk about, really. I don't want to get repetitive. Maybe some questions will draw out some more detail.

Lar




Sehr interessant, wie ich finde !

FANTOMAS
Schönes Volumen heute und + 12,8%:

GOLDEN HOPE MINES LTD(CDNX: GNH.V)
Last Trade: 0.22
Trade Time: 3:59PM EDT
Change: 0.03 (12.82%)
Prev Close: 0.20
Open: 0.21
Bid: 0.22
Ask: 0.22
1y Target Est: N/A
Day's Range: 0.20 - 0.23
52wk Range: 0.03 - 0.30
Volume: 2,595,250
Avg Vol (3m): 330,600





FANTOMAS
Und jetzt die letzte große Finanzierungsrunde vor dem "Lift-off" ?

Shares (kein Flow-through) zu 0,18 mit Warrants zu 0,25.

Die Drills gehen 24/7 und bei halbwegs guten Ergebnissen sollte die Trading Range zwischen 0,18 und 0,25 verlassen werden.


http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Golden-Hope-Mines-Limited-ccn-…

Golden Hope Mines Limited Announces Private Placement Financing

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - April 29, 2010) - Golden Hope Mines Limited (TSX VENTURE:GNH - News; PINK SHEETS:GOLHF - News) announces that it intends to complete a non-brokered private placement financing of units ("Units") at a price of $0.18 per Unit for gross proceeds in the amount of up to $2,000,000 (the "Offering"). Each Unit consists of one common share of the Company (a "Common Share") and one Common Share purchase warrant (a "Warrant"), with each Warrant entitling the holder thereof to acquire a Common Share at the exercise price of $0.25 per Common Share for a period of up to 24 months following the closing of the Offering. In addition, the Company has the option (the "Over-Allotment Option"), exercisable in whole or in part to offer for sale additional Units for additional gross proceeds of up to $2,000,000. If the Over-Allotment Option is fully exercised, the total gross proceeds of the proposed Offering would be $4,000,000.

The Company intends to use the net proceeds of the Offering to continue the development of its key projects and for working capital purposes. The Company may pay finder's fees in connection with the financing.

The Common Shares, the Warrants and the Common Shares issuable upon the exercise of the Warrants are subject to resale restrictions. Closing of the financing is subject to receipt of regulatory approval, including the approval of the TSX Venture Exchange.

About Golden Hope Mines Limited:

Golden Hope Mines Limited is a mineral exploration company that seeks to grow shareholder value through the acquisition, exploration and development of potentially large-scale gold and base metal projects suitable for underground and/or open-pit mining. The company's focus is in the Bellechasse/Beauce Region of Quebec, Canada. The Bellechasse gold project in Quebec includes the Timmins 1, Timmins 2 and Ascot gold zones, the new FSG volcanic environment targets and a number of recently claimed ultra basic/serpentine bodies. For further information on Golden Hope Mines Limited please visit http://www.goldenhopemines.com/.



FANTOMAS
Neue Claims-Map der Beauce Region.

Da findet ja ein ganz schöner "staking rush" statt.

Warum wollen da wohl so viele Landrechte erwerben, kann ich mir gar nicht erklären ? :D

http://www.goldenhopemines.com/UserFiles/Beace_Area_Claim_Ma…


FANTOMAS
Und warum erweitert Golden Hope ihr Bohrprogramm VORZEITIG um 2000 Meter ?

Die werden doch wohl nichts Ungewöhnliches gefunden haben ? :confused:


http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Golden-Hope-Mines-Extends-its-…


Golden Hope Mines Extends its Drilling Contract for an Additional 2000 Meters


TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - 04/30/10) - Golden Hope Mines Limited (TSX-V:GNH - News)(PINK SHEETS:GOLHF - News) is pleased to announce that it has extended it current drill contract on its Bellechasse-Timmins property for an additional 2000m. The current Phase 1 drill campaign of 2000m announced on April 13, 2010 is quickly approaching completion and the company is pleased with the efficiency and quality of work provided by Forage Mercier Inc., the drill contractors. The company has completed 12 of the 16 holes planned for the Phase 1 drill campaign.

About Golden Hope Mines Limited:

Golden Hope Mines Limited is a mineral exploration company that seeks to grow shareholder value through the acquisition, exploration and development of potentially large-scale gold and base metal projects suitable for underground and/or open-pit mining. The company's focus is in Quebec, Canada. The Bellechasse gold project in Quebec includes the Timmins 1, Timmins 2 and Ascot gold zones, the new FSG volcanic environment targets and a number of recently claimed ultra basic/serpentine bodies. For further information on Golden Hope Mines Limited please visit http://www.goldenhopemines.com/.


FANTOMAS
Und hier mal noch was "Visuelles" (core box vom Site Visit einiger Investoren vom 22.04.2010):




Falls das Foto nicht funktioniert, hier noch der Link:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/43545156@N06/4565474941/



FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.437.020 von Fantomas96 am 30.04.10 21:34:58
Oder sie haben rein gar nichts gefunden -&hoffen so wenigstens noch eine Entdeckung zu machen. :laugh: Kleiner Scherz. ;)

Gruß
Popeye
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.437.569 von Popeye82 am 30.04.10 23:33:05popeye,

wirklich nur ein Scherz?:confused:
Woran soll man- in den heutigen Zeiten- noch glauben?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.437.573 von Timesystem1002 am 30.04.10 23:34:34
An Dich selber. ;) Zu den Ergebnissen +dergleichen kann ich Dir nicht viel sagen, da würde ich mich an Fantomas halten.

Gruß
Popeye
So, damit hat Golden Hope nicht nur die 100% an den Claims (die waren übrigens mal an Osisko veroptioniert, bevor sich diese auf Malartic konzentriert haben. Jetzt ist Osisko aber wieder durch das Bowmore JV sehr aktiv beim Staking in der Beauce Region (s. Karte in einem vorherigen Posting), da "riechen" einige wohl wieder das Gold!), sondern auch alle Royalty Payments für eine mögliche Produktion zurückerworben.
Warum sollte ich das wohl machen, wenn ich hier nicht eine gute Chance dazu vermuten würde ?


Golden Hope Mines Limited Closes Acquisition of Royalty Interest in Beauce Region of South Eastern Quebec

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Golden-Hope-Mines-Limited-ccn-…

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - April 30, 2010) - Golden Hope Mines Limited ("Golden Hope") (TSX VENTURE:GNH - News; PINK SHEETS:GOLHF - News) is pleased to announce that it has closed the acquisition of the 10% net proceeds royalty (the "Royalty Interest") in regard to certain of its mining claims located in the Townships of Panet, Ware and Bellechasse, Quebec, from Gold Belt Mining Ltd. ("Gold Belt") previously announced on April 16, 2010. The Royalty Interest had previously been granted to Gold Belt by Golden Hope pursuant to a memorandum of agreement dated April 23, 1985.

Golden Hope purchased the Royalty Interest pursuant to a royalty purchase agreement and a royalty assignment agreement in exchange for 250,000 common shares of Golden Hope. The common shares issued under the transaction will be subject to a four (4) month hold period. Golden Hope intends to cancel the Royalty Interest.

About Golden Hope Mines Limited:

Golden Hope is a mineral exploration company that seeks to grow shareholder value through the acquisition, exploration and development of potentially large-scale gold and base metal projects suitable for underground and/or open-pit mining. The company's focus is in Quebec, Canada. The Bellechasse gold project in Quebec includes the Timmins 1, Timmins 2 and Ascot gold zones, the new FSG volcanic environment targets and a number of recently claimed ultra basic/serpentine bodies. For further information on Golden Hope Mines Limited please visit http://www.goldenhopemines.com/.


FANTOMAS
Und noch ein paar "Site Visit Trip" Reports:

http://agoracom.com/ir/GoldenHope/forums/discussion/topics/4…

I better get started...
posted on Apr 24, 10 03:48PM
I have a bit of time and I have so much to share I'll just get into it.

I arrived in Montreal on Wednesday to attend a tradeshow for my real work. Sasha met up with me for a couple of drinks in Old Montreal and Frank met the two of us for dinner.

So, a Wednesday night in Montreal on a game night for the Habs in the playoffs. Let's just say that the town was a wee bit quiet, and both of these guys convinced me that they would rather hang out with a minor shareholder like myself than be watching the game. Class acts to say the least.

Anyways, for me it is a whole other level of investing when you can get to know the people as friends, and share some great (albeit overcooked as the chef was for sure - off that night to watch the game) food and wine and interact on a social level, talk about family, interests, blah blah. For me it fosters trust and understanding. I actually am not so sure if I will ever meet someone as charismatic as Frank C. He is at the top of my list, and I think I know some incredibly charismatic people. I don't care who you are - you will like him, and the guy had me in stitches for 3 days.

I drove with them from Montreal to Quebec on Thurs monring. Frank was trying to get a hold of Tilsley late on Wednesday over dinner to get final information and clarification for the NR which was released on Thursday. They never showed me the NR, only said it needed to be verified and sent out first thing on Thurs. They got it done very early, sent it out and picked me up at the hotel. Come to think of it, I still haven't read it but I know it was an update on drilling.

So, we drive along some highway in PQ. 930am hits, the market opens and apparently I become a mute. Franks phone starts buzzing, ringing, dinging and Sasha is hooked up to his laptop through his phone and is exchanging emails and placing calls etc. It's insane. He's talking to everybody you can think of. His field crew, his investors, potential investors, his wife, institutions, people we are meeting and on and on...for 2.5 hours straight. Ok, the guy is not lazy.

We get to the airport in Quebec to get the rentals cars and pick everyone up, and everything is organized and we split into 2 cars and off we go to Beauce.

Gorgeous rolling hills and landscapes, but more or less lots of farms and little villages. Not much in the way of major civilization although I would bet that Lac Echemin is quite a hub of activity in the summer time.

We arrived at their office at 1pm and met Dany, the field supervisor. Slyvan, the office manager. And Jim Tilsley, the head geologist. Apparently Paul, the other geologist was unable to make it but is heavily involved.

The office is meticulate. Nothing fancy be any stretch. It's an old building of which they share with a Source store, believe it or not and they have an apartment upstairs with a kitchen a couple of bedrooms. There are 3 very large drafting tables and maps on the wall and a few map filing cabinets. There is also a selection of samples on the counter, several of which you can see visible gold in. Anyways, looks like a great place to work.

We settle in, and check into the hotel/bed and breakfast/bar that is literally next door. It was like this town had been waiting for us for 50 years. After, we head over to the main drilling site that holds Timmins 1, 2, 88 Zone, Ascot etc. It takes about 20 minutes and it's 2 lane highway and a dirt road for about 1 km and you're there. It's not remote in the slightest and you are either passing farms, villages, or forest on the way. GNH actually owns this part of their property by the way, and this site is basically being utilized as the model for discovery for the rather large portion of claims they have in this region.

Frankly, when we arrived it seemed so small. I'd seen the pictures but I was picturing acres and acres of stuff, but you can literally stroll from Timmins to the Ascot, to the 88 Zone to the T2 zone. I'm kind of thinking thinking, hmm, is this really all that substantial?

Tilsley is holding court by the big trench from the bulk samples and starts to explain the property. There is a drill going on the top of the hill that was apparently moved at approximately 1am by the drill crew with the guidance of Dany.

Tilsley is mainly talking about the various kinds of rocks, and all sorts of stuff which I will not even begin to discuss here, lest I embarrass myself. I'm am sure that the Hoov will break all this down for us to hear in the near future. In short, there are 3 things going. Overburden, sediment and quartz. We want the quartz because in this kind of situation, that is where the gold likes to hang out. Soon after this, I can see Yukon Cornelius over yonder hammering at big chunks of quartz and looking for gold. In about 10 minutes there are about 6 more of us flipping over rocks and trying to break them and asking either Dany, Tilsley or Hoov what we are looking at.

It's basically an unspoken race to find visible gold. In the end we were all losers until Corvette, who hadn't asked anyone anything, confirmed that the pin size fleck he saw on a rather large piece, was in fact VG - Visible Gold.

On a side story, a highlight was watching JT (Jim Tilsley) grab an interesting piece of quartz and try to find some VG for us. The way he was looking at it, and chipping off certain parts I was actually pretty certain he was going to find it on that rock. He said that he'd like for all of us to be able to see it for ourselves as clearly there was an interest from the group.

By the way, there was 10 guests along for the trip.

Jim starts to explain the Timmins deposit and the quantity of gold that they believe/know is there. It's suprisingly substantial as I knew going in, but I guess the real volume comes from the fact that this all goes at least 1 km down in the ground. Unfortunately, I was not paying too much attention at this point as I have made a personal plan to NOT try to understand much about the geology. Seriously, I commit enough time to this as it is (obviously) so I'll let them know what they are doing - just tell me what the grade is baby!

My version? Well, JT explained that he KNOWS that the grade is 3g/t but given the nature of the rock and reporting procedures, that at this early stage of the game that if he were get a 43-101 done it could only show at 2g/t - and that he ethically and morally does not want to endorse a compliant grade that he factually knows is wrong. This, by the way is one of the greatest challenges that they face. It's not insurmountable, but it is a real challenge. The reason this is, is because of the nature of the deposit, which is nuggety. There is gold district called Juneau that is similar to this.

Ok, the twins just woke up from their nap....more of my drivel later. :)

brattymack
http://agoracom.com/ir/GoldenHope/forums/discussion/topics/4…


Bellechasse/Timmins Update
in response to Just arrived in La Belle Province by YukonCornelius
posted on Apr 24, 10 04:13PM
What a fantastic trip! The day started with a news release that drilling was proceeding at a break-neck speed. They weren't kidding on that one - the current drill-crew is drilling 1.5-2 holes per day and is working round the clock to accomplish this (two crews working 12 hr shifts each). The hope is that we will be able to retain this current crew for phase II of the drilling to maintain the momentum of this program.

After Frank and Sasha picked us up at the airport we drove immediately to their exploration office in Ste-Justine, a quaint town nestled in the heart of the Southern Townships. The office was immediately next door to the one hotel in town - a bed and breakfast style home where the office was the living room of the family that ran the establishment.

The exploration office was a two-story building on the main drag. The small front entranceway housed numerous shelves (floor to ceiling) that displayed the various rock and mineral types that were found in the Bellechasse-Timmins zones, and of course eight pairs of muddy boots that demonstrated some of the challenges of exploring the Beauce in the Springtime.

The entranceway opened into a giant map room dominated by multiple drafting style tables covered in claim maps that demonstrate the sheer magnitude of the land-holding for this small exploration company. The walls were similarly decorated with maps and models of mineralization and a bookshelf filled with soil gas hydrocarbon data. One of the tables on the left hand side of the room proudly displayed several core samples, some of which contained visible gold. Jim Tilsley met us in the map room and led us upstairs to the second floor where we enjoyed a tasty lunch of cheese, smoked meats, and bagels before departing on our tour of Bellechasse/Timmins.

The site was about a 20 minute drive from the office. The light drizzle of rain didn't dampen our enthusiasm. Jim Tilsley walked us around the site at Timmins T1 and T2 zones including the trench sites used for bulk sampling, followed by the new drill hole collars designed to test the SW extension, and then we moved on to the T5 zone. We could see the quartz veins containing the mineralization as they came to surface on various parts of the property and were allowed to to poke through the trenches to see who would be the first to find gold mineralization first hand (congrats to Sam (Corvette) for that honor).

We walked up the road to the top of a hill on the SE side of the property (Ascot zone) where the drill crew was hard it. We watched them pulling core from a depth of 45m and were delighted to see that we had broken though the sedimentary rock and into the quartz vein believed to host the mineralization in the Ascot. Apparently the highest gold grades are in the quartz that has not broken into the sedimentary rock intrusion but where it remains surrounded by diorite. Thus the depth of the sediment determines how deep you will need to drill to get to good mineralization at each location. Also, the topographic surface of each quartz zone is a bit serpentine in nature coming to surface at some places (ie Timmins 1) and then dipping and diving I was stricken by the number of historical collars in this zone and it was explained to me that there is even historical bulk sampling data from the Ascot zone that was reported in 2007 as the result of hammer drilling along the Ascot vein. Wait a minute - this is great, historical drill results that correlated with soil gas hydrocarbon results - why didn't I catch this earlier?

We next walked over to the "field of dreams" where all of the piles of crushed rock from the bulk sampling are stored. The whole bulk sampling process was explained as we moved past these piles into zone88 (south end of the property) where we were shown another bit of land with acreage similar to Timmins 1-2 that remains to be fully explored in the subsequent drill programs. So it begins to start sinking in - the "zones" as they are referred to are parallel veins of quartz running NE-SW along the lengthwise axis of the claim blocks each ranging in width from 5-50m wide and plunging (according to Tilsley) to depths greater than 1000 m (the maximum depth for economical recovery at these grades). Note - we still need deep drilling to verify this mineralization is found at depth. The amount of gold present on this property (assuming that all of the quartz contains similar grades of gold as Timmins 1/2 and the depths are accurate) is 3-5 million oz. Then we look 8 km to the East toward Laval's mountain and another 20 km to the west and realize that GNH holds all of those claims along the same theoretical strike of these veins/zones. That is when it starts to hit you- the potential magnitude of this play is phenomenal if the mineralization indeed extends along the legth of their properties. We left that afternoon tired and very excited and reconvened at the exploration headquarters for a Tilsley-esque wine and cheese before going off to dinner a a local restaurant. The evening finished with a few late games of pool with our new friends that took some of (present company included) well past our normal bedtime.

The second day was as equally impressive as the first with our first visit to the core shack and core processing warehouse. This was the site of the bulk sampling and all core logging. This operation reflects the care and expertise of Mr Tilsley and his well trained crew. We also watched Tilsley look at some core for the first time. The core in question was taken from a region called the road zone (see SN comments on his reaction). The gist is that there is a new parallel quartz zone with real widths of 35-40 m directly underneath the road between the Ascot and Timmins deposits - a new zone with those widths (if the results show good mineralization) will greatly increase the tonnage in the immediate area of Timmins/Ascot deposit above the predicted levels shown above.

Finally we were taken to prospective claims/anomalies on the more SW portion of their properties and again as we looked back toward Laval's Mountain we were struck by the possibility that these veins may be part of a connected mineralized system. Tilsley admitted that we have no evidence they are not connected. His way of saying "wouldn't it be cool if they are actually are connected (and mineralized)".

We pressed hard on the issues of appointing new directors and I would say this was the only area where the company was not completely transparent on this visit. The discussions amongst ourselves centered around the need for some serious mining types on the BoD to help raise money from the mining community, promote this company within that same community, and help get GNH to the next level. We hope our comments and questions were heard as the constructive criticism as they were intended as we collectively hold a respectable stake in the future of GNH.

In all I am grateful for the hospitality and generosity of this company and look forward to watching the next several months of exploration and promotion to see if we can prove up Tilsley's dream for this property (and the entire Beauce region).

Best,

Scott
(aka YukonCornelius)
Nochmal bratty:

http://agoracom.com/ir/GoldenHope/forums/discussion/topics/4…


More on the site visit....
posted on Apr 26, 10 01:11PM
I'd better keep this in points. I was hoping to get all of this out asap.

- So as I mentioned, they can only show 2g/t on a 43-101 when it is actually 3g/t. This is a challenge they need to overcome. The best way to do this is to find people who understand the nature of this mineraliztion. Regardless, this is small potatoes when compared to some of the upsides.

- The drillers they have on-site are amazing. This is hard work but they have been going 24/7 since they started and will probably have this phase 1 complete within 2 weeks. Apparently Tilsley does not want them to leave so we can expect that Phase 2 will begin shortly thereafter. I think they are like a 3 week on, 2 week off kind of thing. We should know a lot more about the ground here in short order.

-A funny story. I'm walking back from the 88 Zone and Tilsley and Hoov are in front of me. I'm rinsing my boots off in any puddle I see as we head back to the cars, so I have my head down and I am just listening to them speak. Now, I like to think I have a decent command of the English language but these two guys are speaking in tongues. I'm not really trying to figure out what they are talking about, I know I could always just ask Hoov to give me the laymens terms later. Well, after about 4 minutes of this I can tell their banter has changed. Remember the scene from Goodwill Hunting when the math prof and Matt Damon start crossing off numbers and letters and solving a complex math problem, finished with a high-5? I kid you not, these guys were literally finishing each others sentences with words I've never heard of before. Like more than 10 times! It was as though 2 aliens from another world had landed beside each other and they were so happy to have someone to talk to.

-Town Hall Meeting. While the visiting group and Tilsley stayed back, and enjoyed wine and cheese and peppered Hoov and Tilsley with questions the GNH crew went to Lac Echemin for a Town Hall meeting. They were gone, seemingly forever. Long story short, about 50 people showed which is less than before (100), which is less than beofre that etc. Reason being, this proactive approach has developed a great rapport with the community. Apparently Frank did his thing, but the people there wanted the local, Dany to answer most of their questions. It all went very well with a small few asking the same questions in a different way - which is how these things go. There was concerns about the Chinese buying in and taking over etc...that kind of thing. There was one resident that was particularly vocal, so Frank announced that HE was going to be the very first person he calls when they need to ask for permission - which got a laugh and ended some of his concerns.

- Dinner. When the guys got back, we went for dinner across the street and about 100 steps across the road. Great service. I recommend the alphabet soup.

-Drinks after the bar. Never play pool against anyone from this group other than myself, and maybe Yukon. Just a word of advice. So, this is classic. The bar is actually in the basement of this mini-home/hotel B&B. The door is locked! Frank knocks on the door repeatedly until some girl opens it. Some words of French were exchanged and in we go! Holy smokes, this is a one of a kind. It was fun to hang out with the members here and the crew from GNH - all great people I assure you. My highlight was going out for some fresh air with Sylvan, the office manager. I wasn't prying but I asked him how he likes working for Goldenhope. Ok...this guy reels back, rolls his eyes and just gets right into it. 'I love it'. He literally starts pumping both fists upside down and says how he loves going to work everyday, and that he gets to work with his best friend, and he feels like he is a part of something so great, and how so much has changed with Frank as president, and that he loves working with everybody (all said with French accent, of course). I asked about the vibe from the locals, and he said that is just so positive, and there is such a great feeling in the community (paraphrasing) and on and on. Just simply glowing about it. And, for the record he has seen Motley Crue 10 times to Dany's 11 and told me that I must come out to Quebec City for the festival. Hmmm...sounds pretty good and perhaps another site update?

I'll continue on another post...
bratty, die Dritte (es geht doch niichts über Investoren, die von ihren Erlebnissen einer Besichtigung der Firma und ihrer Properties berichten):

http://agoracom.com/ir/GoldenHope/forums/discussion/topics/4…

...and more...
posted on Apr 26, 10 02:51PM

Core Shack. We got up and went to the core shack on Friday morning. Spotless. Looks like a library it so so organized. As someone mentioned before, Dany came back with a load of core in his pickup truck and we able to look at the boxes as they were being opened, and watch Tilsley take a look for the first time. I concur, that he was suitably impressed with the results from the road zone. He takes his job very seriously and even I could see that he seemed to be pleased with what he saw. This is when they were talking about another substantial mineralized zone.

The Geology - So, as much as I have looked at the geochem maps, the results and pored over everything, I must admit that I do not know, or care for understanding how these anomolies occur. I just want to know how much gold is there and if there is more. I'm next to Hoov again (is this a theme? I'm not a stalker I swear) and ask him about these samples we are looking at. He does the Hoov thing and breaks it down simply for me and says that what they are looking for is parallel veins, and then he shows me on the Geochem map how you can start to see a pattern of which they are trying to prove. Ahhh, I see. So the blotches on the geochem doesn't mean those are gold zones, but what they mean is that this is where potentially these zones crop upwards and reveal themselves on the survey. Kind of like a Lochness monster diving up and down in the earth. Or, rather, 8 Lochness monsters swimming side by side. Yes, kind of like that. So...this Timmins deposit which I was thinking could grow by 3 fold with the geochem might actually be more like 6 fold.

Potential - Okay, so much of the property that GNH actually owns is what we all see on the maps on the website. Since they own this property they are at their discretion to do what they will with it. So, it's a model. Right now they are doing the geochem, poking holes, bulk sampling and assaying to see if this model works. From what I gather, it's looking pretty good and if there is any gold at all in this 1st phase of drilling - then we are a new level, because it will prove that the geochem tells us where to go.

So, the funny thing is - the Timmins Zone and this property is not even likely to be the best target and in fact, by the looks of it, it's not. As the geochem points out, the areas open to the Northeast look much better.

But even funnier (in a filthy rich, I rule the world funny) is that this rich area is nothing but a teenie portion of the claims that they hold that make this almost insignificant. I actually don't like saying this, and I can tell you for a fact that nobody involved in this project likes saying this - but the potential in my limited view towards what we are dealing with is nothing short of 'unbelievable'.

I use the word 'unbelievable' because near the end of our tour I hadn't spent much time talking to Tilsley as he was surrounded by many members of the tour - and I knew that I only had 1 or 2 questions for him, but I didn't know how to ask them. Hoov helped me out when he said how a scientists mind works.

Hoov said that a scientist doesn't ever think something is, until they know it isn't. Or rather that Tilsley does not believe anything about this property until he can prove with absolute 100% certainty that there is no other option but to believe it is what it is believed to be. He takes a hypothesis, which is something like that this is a gold bearing quartz zone that is connected along some line and continues open at depth. You can't get this guy to crack or waiver from anything other evidence that he has proven - so rarely do his answers give you a sense of the big picture.

So...we are standing on some claim many kilometres away from the Timmins Zone and I clue in that we are trying to prove that this zone is connected to the other zone. Everyone is walking together up a hill and there is just a wee moment of silence so I get my chance. 'So Jim...IF these mineralized zones were to be connected....in your opinion what would that signify as far as relative gold deposits that you have witnessed in your career?' His reply....'Well...IF these zones were connected, it would be THIS (he is putting his fingers together pinching with a little gap between them) close to being 'unbelievable'. So, everyone laughed at how he avoided my loaded question but I felt as though I got a decent answer.

My next question was 'IF this were to be one mineralized zone, in your entire career, how would rank as far as discoveries are concerned?'. Now I'll have to be honest because I don't remember the exact words because there were some chuckles as to my again, loaded question but I'm pretty sure the answer came down to it being something like that he would have never seen in the world.

Ok, now I get it. Uh ya...this is pretty significant.

Going forward. Frank has got lots of work to do, but if I could break it down in a few lines it's this; Raise the SP, and then raise some money. Already been done and I think that the recent PP is the last call for the train. This money will be spent in short order showing what is in the ground, and I can tell you from what I saw, and how streamlined their process is, that this is going to go very well and very fast. Once the information is released then the promo train needs leave the station. If there is just a bit of the potential realized, that should go very easy.

How easy? Well...I've been following this for several months now. One of my best friends is an executive at Barrick and reports to Aaron Regent. I remember him saying that they don't deal in Canada because all of the deposits are too small for them. I also have a few connections and other friends that manage lots of money and they have friends etc. I haven't said a peep to any of them about GNH. Well, that's close to changing and if and when Frank gives me the green light I'm going to start to tell them, because I believe in it and am willing to put my rep on the line for it. I think if Tilsley can start to prove what's in the ground is good, the promo part will come real easy and it will happen very fast. I'm just saying. In the grand scheme of things I'm a nobody, but the drill tells the story and you cannot argue with it. It's great to see CMM take off lately, when many of us here knew that there was great potential. Maybe the market is a bit slow sometimes? I also think we are at least a few months away from the the big promo push, and I'd prefer if they waited for the drill campaign to be over before they spent company dollars on IR and travelling.

As always I've got more rambling...but that taps me for now. Thanks for reading what I've wrote!

b
Eine gute Zusammenfassung aus dem:




Golden Hope's Bellechasse Gold Project - December 2009 (Vol. 79, No. 4)

http://www.icmj.com/article.php?id=667&keywords=Golden_Hope…


Golden Hope's Bellechasse Gold Project

by Leonard Melman


In terms of providing a high level of support for mining enterprises, the province of Quebec ranks among the elite governmental jurisdictions in North America, and it is within this province that a Canadian junior mining company, Toronto-based Golden Hope Mines, has focused their efforts.

What makes Golden Hope’s situation somewhat different from many other companies active in that province is the fact that their major property, the Bellechasse (Timmins) gold project, is not located to the north and west of the St. Lawrence River, as are most other mining projects within “La Belle Provence,” but rather to the east and south of that great river in an area known as the “Beauce” (pronounced “boce”).

The Beauce is located in the Appalachian Mountains in a geologic region characterized by potential economic ore bodies hosted in zones of fracturing and brecciation in the older intrusives or other pre-existing competent rocks. Although the region has been somewhat overlooked in recent years, the Beauce actually has a lengthy history of mining activity, going back to 1828, when the first gold rush in North America took place in the form of alluvial mining along the Gilbert River. After a lengthy quiet period, Eastern Metals discovered a gold-copper-nickel-cobalt deposit in 1949, and in 1950 gold-bearing quartz veins were found on the Ascot property located within the company’s present holdings.

Golden Hope’s Bellechasse claims cover some 110,000 acres stretching along 110 kilometers (67 miles) and their particular areas of interest are the Timmins gold deposit comprised of “Timmins 1” (T1), “Timmins 2” (T2), “Ascot” and the “88 Zone” as well as the “FSG Zone,” a polymetallic target that contains a new target area developed through a relatively recent geochemical identification process. The company has chosen to focus their current efforts on the Bellechasse (Timmins) Gold Deposit.

Exploration activities have been directed through their field office in the town of Sainte Justine, located about 110km east of Quebec City and within sight of mountain ridges across the border in Maine. During our late October visit to the project area, Chief Geologist James Tilsley, P. Eng., served as our escort. We also had the opportunity to interview company President Frank Candido at length during this visit.

Tilsley explained that the four ore zones at Bellechasse appear to be part of one mineralized system, separated by intrusive core, sediment roof pendants and/or fault offsets. The mineralized zones have been traced through an area measuring approximately 150 meters by 450 meters.

While some exploration work took place at the Bellechasse project area from 1950 through 1976, intensive exploration efforts began in 2003-2004 when the T1 mineralized zone was drilled in a joint venture effort with then partner Osisko Mines. Osisko later dropped out to focus their efforts in western Quebec, and Golden Hope raised sufficient capital to proceed with a “down the hole hammer” drill program in 2006, which revealed the nuggety nature of the gold mineralization. This was followed up with an airborne survey over both Bellechasse and the Lac Etchemain area in 2007, along with additional drilling in 2007 that further defined the edge of the T1 mineralized intrusive.

In 2008, the company completed their diamond drill program at T1 and T2, defining two new mineralized zones. Results from this program included assays of 3.48 grams per tonne (g/t) gold over 8 meters; 3.42 g/t over 4 meters and 2.317 g/t, also over 4 meters.

Since mineralization at Bellechasse occurs close to the surface, the company has been able to use surface trenching as an efficient and cost-effective exploration tool, and a substantial portion of their 2009 work went into the development and completion of a bulk sample program.

One of the reasons for proceeding with a sizeable bulk sample is that company geologists believe previous drill sampling work may have missed some of the gold found in narrower veins and only a larger sample could be effective in discovering the true quality of the ore. Tilsley indicated that previous drill core samples had returned overall values of about two grams per tonne, but he believed the current large trenching program could duplicate trench sampling on the order of the 3.8 grams per tonne achieved in a 2007 trenching program.

Work on the new program began during summer 2009, with the goal of processing 700 metric tonnes of rock. By late fall the program was completed across seven new trenches at T1 and T2 and rock obtained from the trenches was crushed on-site by a mobile crushing and screening plant.

We were able to climb a low hill and observe the extent of the stored material, which has been placed in 84 bulk sample heaps of from five to fifteen tonnes in a neighboring flat area. Each mound was marked and then further processed in a nearby facility to create smaller samples to be sent to a commercial assay laboratory. As this is written, samples have already been processed and sent to a lab, and Golden Hope is awaiting assay results.

The company is also involved in a revolutionary new program, known as the “SGH Project,” developed by Activation Laboratories Ltd. of Ancaster, Ontario. As explained by geologist Tilsley, SGH is a deep penetrating geochemistry that involves the analysis of surface samples from potential mineral or petroleum targets. The program is designed to indicate mineralization at depths in excess of 200 meters and provide a cost-effective method for anomaly identification that can then be used in tandem with geophysics to improve success rates.

Using this technique, Golden Hope was able to identify a new prospective area, which has been identified as the “FSG Area,” where four strong gold and base metal anomalies have been identified. Weather permitting—and Quebec is noted for long, snowy winters—the company plans to begin development work at FSG during November 2009. This program will include stripping, trenching, blasting and sampling.

Golden Hope is combining all historic data along with current results in order to complete an NI 43-101 compliant resource estimate for Bellechasse as soon as possible and later programs might include bulk sampling to a depth of 100-200 feet to further confirm grades.

Candido stated that one of his goals was to raise awareness of the Beauce area itself since he believes that it holds significant development potential, and should a number of other companies get involved, a “regional” excitement similar to areas such as “Eskay Creek” in northern British Columbia or the “Ring of Fire” area near James Bay in Northern Ontario could take place. He noted that several companies were newly active in exploration and staking in the area, and similar further developments could serve two purposes; to increase the geologic knowledge of the region and also to facilitate the raising of future capital requirements.

At present, projections would be for an open-pit operation utilizing mineralization located close to surface, but Candido mentioned that further plans included drilling at depth to between 500 and 1,000 meters to increase the potential for future underground mining and also to further explore the new targets identified through the SGH geo-chemical program. He did make clear that at least for the present, Golden Hope would focus on gold rather than polymetallic bodies.

One other area of company interests is near the Chaudiere River, which was also the site of early 19th century alluvial gold operations. Company geologists noted that these gold placers lay down-drainage from serpentine ore bodies and previous investigation suggests that gold is associated with these ultrabasic rocks. Copper, nickel, cobalt and platinum have been associated with ultrabasic rocks, but Candido noted that in line with company strategy, the focus will remain on gold development for the present.



FANTOMAS
Resource World Magazine Mai 2010:

Artikel über Golden Hope Mines und die Beauce Region -

zum Download:

http://www.zshare.net/download/75709205caa80a88/


FANTOMAS
Und hier die Online-Version der aktuellen Resource World Magazin Ausgabe (mit Ring of Fire Titelstory und Beauce Region):

http://www.resourceworld.com/online/Vol8_Iss5/


Viel Spaß beim Lesen.

FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.525.299 von Fantomas96 am 15.05.10 07:20:43
Hallo Fantomas,

Mal eine etwas themenfremde Frage -wie machst Du das, dass die Links gleich direkt(!!) auf die Sedar Dokumente verlinken?? Ich bekomme das selber so nicht hin. :(

Gruß
Popeye
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.525.989 von Popeye82 am 15.05.10 12:50:01Hallo popeye,

Du mußt das Dokument selbst laden und dann in der Adresszeile oben im Fenster mit einem rechten Mausklick die Adresse kopieren.

Dann im Posting mit "URL einfügen" pasten.

Fertig !

FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.525.989 von Popeye82 am 15.05.10 12:50:01Sorry, nicht ganz korrekt.

Das gewünschte file anklicken und die Adresse in dem Auswahlbildschirm, wo man den Code eingeben muß, kopieren (also bevor Du das eigentliche Dokument öffnest).

Diese kopierte Adresse (enthält "getfile") dann ins Posting kopieren.

So sollte es funktionieren.

FANTOMAS
Golden Hope Mines Limited to Present at the Source Capital Group Small Cap Virtual Conference


http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Golden-Hope-Mines-Limited-to-i…


TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - 05/18/10) - Golden Hope Mines Limited ("Golden Hope") (TSX-V:GNH - News)(PINK SHEETS:GOLHF - News) announced today that Frank Candido, President, will be presenting at the Source Capital Group Small Cap Virtual Conference at 2:45 pm EDT on May 19, 2010. The presentation will provide a corporate overview, including Company update and future outlook.

The Source Capital Group Small Cap Virtual Conference will showcase emerging small and micro cap companies in a live forum with a question and answer session to follow the presentation. The virtual conference will be held from May 18-19, 2010 and will be broadcast at the conference website (http://sourcegrp.com/conference/confsect2.html). Shareholders, potential investors, analysts, brokers, and industry professionals are encouraged to attend by visiting the conference website.

Investors interested in additional information or scheduling a one-on-one conversation with Golden Hope Mines Limited can visit www.sourcegrp.com/conference/confsect6.html.

About Golden Hope Mines Limited

Golden Hope is a mineral exploration company that seeks to grow shareholder value through the acquisition, exploration and development of potentially large-scale gold and base metal projects suitable for underground and/or open-pit mining. The company's focus is in Quebec, Canada. The Bellechasse gold project in Quebec includes the Timmins 1, Timmins 2 and Ascot gold zones, the new FSG volcanic environment targets and a number of recently claimed ultra basic/serpentine bodies. For further information on Golden Hope Mines Limited please visit http://www.goldenhopemines.com/.

About Source Capital Group, Inc.

Source Capital Group, Inc. is a full-service financial institution, specializing in middle-market investment banking transactions, distressed and high yield debt securities, investment management, mortgages, and business lending. Source has provided equity, debt, and structured finance solutions to both public and private companies in a variety of industries, including energy, oil and gas, telecommunications, technology, biotech, and consumer goods. Source Capital Group, Inc. was founded in 1992 and is headquartered in Westport, Connecticut. Member FINRA/SIPC. To learn more about Source Capital Group, please visit: http://www.sourcegrp.com/.


FANTOMAS
Die am 29. April angekündigte Finanzierungsrunde zu CAD 0,18 mit Warrants zu CAD 0,25 (KEINE Flow-through shares !!!) wurde zu fast 50% überzeichnet !!! :D

Ein sehr guter Vertrauensbeweis in GNH und jetzt hat man genügend Cash (+ $ 3 Mio.), um das 2010 Explorationsprogramm mit Vollgas voranzutreiben.

http://www.goldenhopemines.com/uploadfiles/Private%20Placeme…


May 28, 2010

Golden Hope Mines Announces Private Placement Oversubscription



Golden Hope Mines Limited ("Golden Hope" or the "Company") (TSX
VENTURE:GNH)(PINK SHEETS:GOLHF) is pleased to announce that the overallotment
option (the “Over-Allotment Option”) issued under the private placement that it
announced on April 29, 2010 (the “Private Placement”) has been partially exercised and,
accordingly, that the Private Placement has been oversubscribed. The Private Placement
was announced for $2,000,000 with the Over-Allotment Option of up to an additional
$2,000,000. As a result of this exercise of the Over-Allotment Option, the Private
Placement has been oversubscribed for total gross proceeds of $2,921,990. The Over-
Allotment Option was exercised to purchase 5,649,000 units of the Company (each a
"Unit") at a price of $0.18 per Unit for gross proceeds of $1,016,820.
Each Unit is comprised of one common share of the Company (each a “Common Share”)
and one Common Share purchase warrant (each a “Warrant”). Each Warrant is
exercisable into one Common Share at a price of $0.25 per share for a period of 24
months.
Under applicable securities legislation and policies of the TSX Venture Exchange, the
Common Shares and the Warrants issued upon the exercise of the Over-Allotment Option
are subject to a hold period expiring on September 29, 2010.
In connection with the closing of the Over-Allotment Option, the Company will pay
finders’ fees in the aggregate amount of $101,682 and will issue 508,410 additional
Warrants, each exercisable for one Common Share at a price of $0.25 for a period of 24
months.
“We are extremely pleased to have successfully closed the Private Placement. We are
also pleased that the placement was oversubscribed. Access to hard cash financing
continues to be difficult in junior exploration especially in light of the continued volatility
in the capital markets. We believe that having this capital is a vote of confidence in our
company, its team and especially the quality of our exploration project in South Eastern
Quebec” states Frank Candido, the President of Golden Hope.
Golden Hope will use the proceeds from the Private Placement and Over-Allotment
Option exercise to advance the exploration on its Bellechasse/Beauce project in Quebec.
About Golden Hope Mines Limited:
Golden Hope is a mineral exploration company that seeks to grow shareholder value
through the acquisition, exploration and development of potentially large-scale gold and
base metal projects suitable for underground and/or open-pit mining. The company's
focus is in Quebec, Canada. The Bellechasse gold project in Quebec includes the
Timmins 1, Timmins 2 and Ascot gold zones, the new FSG volcanic environment targets
and a number of recently claimed ultra basic/serpentine bodies. For further information
on Golden Hope Mines Limited please visit www.goldenhopemines.com.


FANTOMAS
Mitschrift der GNH Präsentation auf der Source Capital Virtual Conference:


Good afternoon. Thank you for attending the Spring 2010 Source Capital Group=s Small Cap Virtual Conference. This is the 2:45 pm time slot for Golden Hope Mines. It is my pleasure to introduce the president of Golden Hope Mines, Frank Candido. Sir, the floor is yours.



Slide #1





Thank you very much. My name is Frank Candido and I am the president of Golden Hope Mines Limited. We are going to start with Slide # 1, which is the slide entitled, The Leader in the Beauce, Quebec. It is very important. We just put that there in the last two months and the reason that we did that was because we were the only player in the Beauce, Quebec. The Beauce is about 40 kilometers or about 20 some odd miles away from the Maine border in Southeastern Quebec, bordering on Maine USA, and up until about 8 months ago we were really the only company in that area. Now there has been this staking spree that has occurred around us, and dozens of companies have come and staked every piece of land around us. We thought it was important to mention that we are the leader because we have been there the longest.


We are going to move on to slide # 2, and that is your typical disclosure slide and so you can read that when you have a second, and then we are going to quickly flip to slide #3. Golden Hope is a fully reporting issuer in Canada. We are listed in the TS Angventure. The ticker symbol is GNH. We are also listed in the US on the pink sheets as a foreign issuer, GOHF, it simply allows U.S. shareholders to access our company through the public markets by transacting in the U.S. rather than having to open a Canadian brokerage account. As I said we are a gold exploration company and our focus is our Southeastern Quebec, Canada, just a few miles from the Maine, USA border.






Slide 2




Slide #3




Emergence of the newest mining camp, perhaps that is a little forward thinking, but the fact remains that we are looking at here is that we are not simply looking at a small gold deposit, but what we are looking a multi-million ounce potential, and it looks like we have the type of mineralization that goes on and on for miles. So the mining camp, perhaps a little early to be talking about it , but certainly not something that we are discounting at this point in time. Recently, in the month of May, so earlier this month, we were featured in Resource World Magazine, you can look that article up at www.resourceworld.com The title of the article, which was mentioned on the cover, is Quebec Staking Rush. Again, this has to do with the fact that so many companies have entered an area where Golden Hope has really been there for some twenty-twenty-five odd years with really limited amounts of success but has really started to move forward in a very quick and efficient fashion in the last three years. So you can look that article up and see some of those companies that are staking around us.


Slide #4





We are going to move on slide #4, this is just a quick map of our claims and as you can see from the map our claimsBwe have a large claim group. Today if you were to look at a similar map which doesn=t just focus on what Golden Hope=s claims are you will see that there are many other companies that hold the claims other than Golden Hope Mines now.








Slide #5




Again, we are going to move quickly to slide # 5, on slide #5 our main asset is the Bellechasse-Timmins gold deposit in the Beauce region of Southeastern Quebec. Very important, it is the side of the first Canadian Gold Rush in 1828. It is very interesting, this actually happened before the Klondike did. One of the questions people ask then is, if it was indeed the site of the first Canadian gold rush, why has nothing else happened in the area since that time? It is a legitimate question. Really, our business is all based on leverage. People leverage whatever they can, whether it is the price of gold, whether it is the region that they are in, whether it is proximity to other gold mines, other gold players, whatever it is. It is all about leverage. The Beauce has virtually gone ignored since that time because other areas became hot and people flocked to those areas. Golden Hope, as I suggested, has been in the Beauce since the early 1980s. Again, these were very different marketsBthe 80s and 90s compared to where the market is today. Obviously, the price of gold was nowhere near where it is today, firstly. Secondly, as in any market there were cyclical times and the 90s and part of the 80s can not be considered a bull market for gold, and for that reason companies like ours tend to have a much harder time in terms of raising money or raising interest for their projects, depending on where they fall within that cycle. I have been involved with Golden Hope since late 2006. We have been very lucky in that we have been in a bull market for gold and the price of gold continues to rise. The last few days are irrelevant as far as I am concerned. The general trend is that gold has been rising and for that reason there has been interest, money available for companies like ours to really accelerate exploration.

We have very large tonnage potential, and I underline the words very large for a reason. We have been spending our time in the last three years trying to understand what we had, drilling, using various kinds of drilling, diamond drilling, large hammer diameter drilling. We have done a bulk sample to better understand the grade of what we are dealing with, etc. We have just started a very large drill campaign and the goal of that campaign is to really start to define that large tonnage potential. In May 2009 we wrote a progress report, we called is a progress report because we have to follow the strict rules that govern us by the exchange. We happen to think it is a technical report, but we were instructed to use the word Aprogress report.@ And that technical report at the time (or progress report) of May 2009 suggests the potential of 18 to 30 millions tons of 2 grams average gold, or in US .058 ounces per ton down to 1, 000 meters or 2080 feet. Now, we have drilled as deep as 300 meters. We have not drilled beyond that. But the tip of the drill core suggests that the mineralization continues and for that reason we believe that we are sitting on one of those type of deposits that their really is no bottom on. The bottom will be determined by the economics which will determine the deepest that you will actually mine the gold out of.

So, for that reason we have been using 1,000 meters or 2,080 feet as the deepest that we would go economically with the price of gold being where it=s been in the last eight years. So for us, anywhere in these price ranges, that=s what we would look at economically. We completed a 700 ton bulk sample in December of 2009, just a few months ago Because of the type of drill core that average grade of gold that we have been getting from our drill core is 2 grams per ton. But due to the nature of the deposit, we have known that the larger the drill size, the higher the grade. So we did a bulk sample at surface. We are lucky in that deposit begins near or at surface and that allows us to do a bulk sample at a very cost-effective price as opposed to doing a bulk sample at depths that are much deeper and we got in that bulk sample a rate of 3 grams per ton. So this is now the third time in three bulk samples that have been done historically on the property that we have gotten an average grade of 3 grams or better. So the chances are when this thing gets mined, if and when this thing gets mined, we believe that the grade will be even higher than that. But we are very happy with an average rate of 3 grams, to use that going forward

So on top of this, the area that we are talking about, this Bellchasse-Timins, we have already confirmed 6 to 8 kilometers to the north another target that looks exactly the same and 6 to 8 kilometers to the south of us another target that looks the same. And again these all fall within our claim block. And then the last point is that this recent accelerated staking by many other firms in the Beauce region, the only reason we can think of for this is the success of our program. There is not other reason why all of a sudden all these firms have been flocking to the Beauce to stake land for kilometer upon kilometer or mile upon mile of land, heading south to even further south in Quebec. So we happen to think that the main reason why these firms have been coming is the success that we have had.


We are going to move on to slide #6. Slide #6 is just a map that will show you what a bulk sample looks like and this will show you some of the bulk samples that have been done by Privix and Blackhawk Mining prior to us as well as Golden Hope, and again each of them showing various average grades, all above 3 grams per ton











Slide #6




Slide #7





We are going to move on the slide #7. This is what we are dealing with effectively today, this is what we know currently, and this is what we are building upon. This is Timins 1, the first part of the deposit, and if you like you can reference slide #10 while I am talking, because slide #10 will show where the Timins 1 zone, the Timins 2 zone is, or you can stay on this slide, whichever you prefer. Timins 1 we have drilled to a depth of 300 meters or 984 feet approximately. This drill core shows that the mineralization does not change at any level, whether it is 50 feet or 100 feet or 300 or 400 feet, irrelevant, the mineralization is the same. The only reason why have drilled to that depth and only that depth was economics. That=s the money we had and that=s the deep as we could go. But the tip of the drill core shows mineralization which suggests that mineralization continues to a depth beyond this point. The mineralized area as defined currently goes from 4,000 meters square to 9000 meters square depending on the cut-off grade. The potential tonnage size is about 23 million tons to 1,000 meters or 3,280 feet of depth.

Timins 2 we have drilled to a depth of 225 meters or 738 feet. Again, sorry, we had to scramble to put together some of these measurements outside of the metric, because metric is the standard used in Canada, so where we could we did. So again, similar to Timins 1, the only reason we stopped at the depth was for economics, that was the money we had at the time. Again the drill core shows the same thing: no change in mineralization at any point throughout that core, and the tip of the core shows that mineralization is there, so therefore we can extend it beyond that point. Again, here we are looking 8 million tons to 1,000 meters or 3,280 feet of depth. This is what we are working with out of the core. The drill campaign that we have now, what we are looking to do is to extend this or build upon this. We will get to that in a second, because that drill campaign has begun.

The diamond drill core gives us an average rate of 2 grams per ton. We could, with the data we now have, write a 43101 with the numbers that we are talking about with a 2 gram average grade. The reason we did the bulk sample is that we know, based upon the type of mineralization, that that average grade is higher. So for that reason, we have put off writing a 43101 at this stage of the game because we know that that average grade is higher, as the bulk sample has yielded 3 grams per ton.

With the 2010 drill campaign we were very lucky, as many of you have experienced throughout the country, we had a very mild winter. In least in Canada we have. The northeast United States seemed to get more snow than Canada this year. But in Canada we had very little snow, the snow melted early, and this year we are at least a month ahead of schedule in terms of being able to get to work. This is the Appalachians, the elevation is higher, and it is north of Montreal, where my office is, about a 3.5 hour drive from my office. But the snow did melt early and we have begun the 2010 campaign in April, something we never would have dreamed about last year or the year before.

So we announced the drill campaign. The first part of the campaign was to drill 2,000 meters. We have completed that are already on the second part of drill campaign which another 2,000 meters. We did a bunch of Geochem around the Timins 1 and Timins 2 zones, before we started that campaign--to test, to see where we wanted to drill, and what the ground looked like. The results were extremely encouraging. What it suggested to us is that this mineralization continues to the north and to the south, as well as to the east and to the west. Our geologistsBthis is very importantB our geologists have not been able to define the external limits of this deposit. On other words, this thing looks like it keeps growing and growing and growing, and not just where the minerals are deposited but as a region. Like I said, north of the deposit and south of the deposit we have targets already that look identical to where we are working at now. And in 2010 we are going to uncover this in a very large way. So that Geochem yielded the chart you are looking at on page 10 which shows the Timins 1 and Timims 2 zones and obviously from that we began our drill campaign.

Slide #8




Slide #9





Now one thing I would like to explain is on Page 9. This is an illustration only. But if you were to look at page 9 and page 10 and flip back and forth, the Timins 1 zone and the Timins 2 zone are actually parallel structures, and the 88 zone is another parallel structure. The distance between the Timins 1 zone and 88 zone is approximately 600 meters. Within the 600 meter width from east to west or west to east we have uncovered 11 parallel zones already. These have either been uncovered through drilling, through surface exposure, or through both. We do not have any information as to whether these zones are connected, how wide they are yet, etc. except for the ones that we know already, the Timins 1, Timins 2, and the 88 zone, the three zones that we know already. And those again we have not defined the limits of yet.





Slide #10




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Now, we started drilling going in a northeast direction from Timins 1. Timins 1 we have already identified as a length of 110 meters, by a width of some 55 to 60 meters, to a depth of 300 meters. We have been drilling in the northeast direction, and we have already uncovered another 585 meters of extension from that drill core. In other words, we have not received the assay results yet from that drill core, but we keep hitting mineralization core as we expect to hit. So in other words, we think we can grow this thing very quickly in the next few months through this diamond drilling. We have since stopped at about 585 meters heading to the northeast. We have turned the drill around to head back to the southwest, to start doing some in fill drilling towards Timins 1. The minute we finish that, we expect to finish that by the end of next week, we will continue in that northeastern direction. That will take us toward that Ascot zone very large anomaly on page 10 at the upper left of the chart. We haven=t even hit that, we are about 100 meters away from that.

What looks like is happening, what is looks like, we are increasing in a substantial way, the mineralized area that we already have as a base on this project. The plan also calls to drill some holes at that target at 8 kilometers to the north known as LaValle=s Mountain. We also plan to drill at the target 6 kilometers to the south, to see if we can uncover those two new discoveries within this mineralized belt. It looks like this belt can run from anywhere from 10 to 15 miles of mineralization. I am not suggesting at this point that we know any information as to whether it is continuous, or what the dimensions yet, but it is looking like an entire area is mineralized. The point is that we have a lot of work to do this year in terms of accelerated drilling to start uncovering that potential.




Slide #11




Page 11: The exploration plan. I=ve already started to get into that in terms of what I have been talking about. We have been diamond drilling. We have raised money. We have money in the bank. We are aggressively drilling. As I have suggested we are drilling to the northeast. Along strike we have drilled for 585 meters, along strike to the northeast. We have now turned back to the southwest, heading back towards Timins 1, and at some point we will get that drill back up at the 585 meter mark and continue drilling in that northeastern direction. The campaign goal this year is to drill and expand in a significant fashion to the tonnage potential at Bellchasse-Timins. Again, we have those two other targets that I have mentioned, some 5 miles to the north and 4 miles to the south that we absolutely want to drill some holes in and uncover as two new potential targets or two new discoveries and confirm that mineralization exists there. Again, both of those have areas that look at surface. There is gold present at surface so it gives us a big head start in terms of the work that we do.

If successful, and we have no reason at this stage to think that we are not going to be successful, we may confirm that existence of an extensive structure some 20 kilometers or more, 12 miles or more, which may result in the most significant mineralized gold area in recent North American geological history. A history exists in the area, to repeat from the beginning, this is the site of the first Canadian gold rush. Hundreds of thousands of ounces of gold were mined out of the rivers and tributaries that ran along this property. Almost no work has been done in the area since that time. Golden Hope has been the only player in the area for some 25 years, and again on some very limited amounts of budget throughout that period of time, depending on what type of market they were in. Since I have been involved in 2006 we have spent 8 million dollars or more in the area and continue to spend money, and what we are uncovering could result in the next significant gold discovery in North America. It=s very exciting stuff. We are working towards it very quickly, in a very efficient manner, we have got a great team, and so far the drilling is giving us a lot of joy. We expect to have our first assay results out sometime in the month of June and hope to build upon that and with the significant staking rush that has occurred around us and the price of gold moving in the direction that we like, the stars are aligning themselves in our direction for success.

Slide #12




We will go to page 12 and this is just the results of our chart. If you look at the chart in August of 2009 we were trading at our low, somewhere around the 4 or 5 cent mark, at a mere market cap of 3 to 4 million dollars, a very rough period. 2008 was a very rough period for companies such as ours such as Golden Hope Mines in the junior exploration. When the market got killed, companies like ours got killed even more. Liquidity disappeared, there was no money available for companies like ours. And slowly throughout 2009 the market started to reappear. It was a slow, hard process. But what really kicked it off for us is the bulk sample that we started in September 2009 and completed in December 2009.

We started to gain some momentum in our market and definitely attract more and more shareholders and investors to our story. On a fully diluted basis the company has 160 million shares outstanding, there are 4 million 250 thousand outstanding options, most of those options are 35 cents, well above where the market is, there are 19 million warrants, a large amount of those warrants are actually at 50 cents, not 25 cents, so many of those warrants are also wide outside of the money as well. We have approximately 2 million dollars cash in the bank. Our exploration budget for this year to run anywhere from 1 million and a half to 4 million, 5 million, 6 million, it all depends. The more success we get from the drill core, the higher that number will go. The higher that number goes and the more success we have, the easier it will be to attract funding at ever increasing prices. We are very bullish in terms of what we can produce for the market this year, and in terms of our restority gaining traction. Everyone, at least that we speak to, agrees that gold has some powerful legs and that the junior market will rebound in a very large way. We are positioning ourselves to take full advantage of that.





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Slide #14



The last two slides are dedicated to our team, myself as President, Jim Tilsley is our chief geologist. Jim has been in the business for the last 45 plus years. In fact, Jim wrote a report on Golden Hope Mines in the 80s and early 90s, and was well aware of this deposit for many years. He very much was interested in this deposit. We pulled Jim out of retirement to come back to work for Golden Hope Mines and work on this deposit. As Jim says in his presentation, Awhen he first got involved his objective was to kill it.@ In other words, instead of trying to prove the gold was there he used a scientific approach which was to show that there is no gold there and if it survives that then maybe you really do have something. Needless to say it has survived that approach and it has been growing and growing and growing. Jim has assembled a team: Paul Nicholls has worked for Jim for many years on many different projects. Frank Glass, again, another geologist has worked for Jim on other projects as well. Danny Boilard is a local who has worked for Golden Hope Mines for a number of years. It is very important to have a guy like that involved in our company because he really is the face of the company in the region where we are.

Instead of having guys coming in from Montreal or Toronto, looking like we are the outsiders coming in, and drilling holes, and working on their properties, that run through some of these people=s property, etc., etc., we have a guy like Danny, who can be the face, who is a local, who knows most of the people that live in the region, etc., and for that reason it is a very big advantage for us in terms of getting buy in from the residents that live in the area.

If you have any questions, if you have anything that you need answered, if you need any information, Sasha Asgaray is our internal director of corporate communications, his contact information is there. He can be reached and will get back to you. We are very proactive and will get back to within 24 hours with any information that you may need or questions that you may have. I thank you very much for listening in on this presentation, I open the floor to questions if there are any.

Thank you very much Mr. Candido. We appreciate your presentation on Golden Hope Mines. And now we will open the floor to field some questions from the attendees. And if you have any questions, please click the ask questions tab on the bottom right of your screen, type in your question and hit submit.

The first question is: AIn a region that is so prospective, why was Golden Hope Mines the only company up there until 8 months ago?@

Frank Candido: Well, I basically addressed the question when we started this presentation. I will address it again, but effectively, like I said at the beginning, frankly our industry is all based on leverage and people leverage whatever they can. Companies like ours don=t tend to want to be trail blazers and go into a new region or a new area and try to attract dollars to that area. It is very difficult, already as it is, to attract money to junior exploration. We all know the economics that the major mining companies need the inventory, that the price of gold has been going up, etc., etc. But it is much easier for a company like ours to stake out a piece of ground in an area that has already been known, such as The Abatibies, or Timins, Ontario, or any other large areas, or in the U.S. as well, that are known. And for companies to go into a new region like the Beauce is, it is just a hard sell and so for that reason, I think many companies shied away from it. We=ve stuck to it and I think now that the dividends are going to pay off. One of the big things, in terms of being in a region like that, is that you have lots of time to stake the land you need, and drop the land you don=t. When you are in a hot area, that there is a lot of players in, I mean trying to get a piece of land, that you can work: a) it can be very expensive to acquire it off a prospector or another mining company or whatever, and b) if you drop something you may never get it back. We have had a lot of time to do work over the years and really put together a land package that you seldom see in a junior our size.

Great. Our next question we have is: AAre you fully financed for the exploration you have this year?@

Frank Candido: We recently closed the financing which is reflected in our market capitalization currently of approximately 2 million dollars. We have about 2 million dollars in the bank. We had some money in the bank prior to closing that financing, obviously. We put together a budget. And again, budgets in our industry our forever changing again, because depending on success or failure that budget may change. So we put a sort of minimum maximum budget together and again, I will stress again, if there is success that number will accelerate rather than decelerate. So, for that reason the numbers were put together were anywhere between 1 and 3 million dollars. So with the cash we have we are somewhere in between there at this current stage. So far the drill core looks like it is giving us some joy. Again, we have not assayed those results, most of the core has been long, and a lot of the core has been sent out for assaying on and ongoing basis. We know pretty well what to look for, given the experience we have in the region, but when get those results back that budget may change with an upward number, which may mean that we will need to adjust the number in terms of cash that we will need. Again, if we have success than that also changes our market capitalization and ease of access to funds. So, all of those things are moving targets, and so far we are still comfortable with the cash that we have. I hope that answers the question.

The next question we have is: AHas Golden Hope Mines completed their 43101 for the Bellechasse Timins property?@

Frank Candido: Well, it is a great question, it is a question that everybody always asks. It is one of the first questions that people ask. We have not completed a 43101. We are working towards our first resource estimate, and as many of you know the 43101 was born out of a major scandal that occurred in the 1990s Briacks. And what the industry tried to do was to put some parameters in place in terms of the amount of work and the type of parameters that needed to be followed before a company could start talking about resource estimates. We are working towards that. One of the issues that we have had in the past is that we have enough data, drill data, to write our first resource estimate using a 2 gram per ton average, which is the average grade that we get from the drill core. The reason that the average grade from the drill core is lower is than the perceived grade or the grade that we believe it to be as we have demonstrated through this bulk sample is because of the distribution of the gold. We have gold that we have determined is 15% nugetty gold and the rest is fine gold distributed in clusters. As a result, the drilling will always underestimate the average grade. So for that reason, we have shied away from writing a 43101 using the two gram average, because we know that that grade is higher.

Now, there are two elements that we have to look at: Grade and tonnage. If we can substantially increase that tonnage, as we believe we can do, through the diamond drill, in this exploration season, then whether it is a 2 gram average, a 3 gram average, a 4 gram average, won=t necessarily matter all that much from attracting attention to our company. So, from that point of view, what we are looking to do here, is to increase the tonnage substantially and then review what we want to go through the process of writing our first 43101. But I just want to stress that with the data we have, we are currently in the position to write our first 43101, but we are putting it off.

The other thing is, because of this rush to write a 43101, a lot of firms in our opinion prematurely put out resource estimates that the market doesn=t necessarily care about. In other words, if you don=t have something significant to put out in terms of a resource estimate then why bother, just to put out a resource estimate? So, I want to stress that we would like to increase that tonnage potential, and we think that we can do that in this drill campaign, and we will review the writing of our first 43101. So it is certainly on our radar, and we are working towards it, but we currently do not have a 43101.

The next question is: AWhen does Golden Hope Mines plan on finishing their phase 1 drill campaign on its Bellechasse-Timins property?

Frank Candido: Originally, and don=t quote me on the date, but I believe on April 13, 2010, we announced the beginning of our first phase drill campaign. And the first phase drill campaign called for 2,000 meters of drilling. As I said, when we put a budget together, when we put a plan together, that plan is always changing, depending on success or failure. The reason we said we were going to start with 2,000 meters was we were going to look at the 2,000 meters, assess what we found, and then look at phase 2. As we started drilling those first 2,000 meters, and we were getting success, at least visually, we decided to extend the first phase and add an additional 2,000 meters. And for that reason we are still in phase 1. We believe that we will have phase 1 completed sometime in early June. Right now we are looking at the end of the first week in June in terms of the drilling on phase 1 which is 4,000 meters drilling to be completed. Those assay results will start trickling in sometime in June. Usually there is about a 4 week delay between the time that you get them in and the time that you see the results, but those assays as I said are being sent out as those cores are being cut and logged. 4,000 meters, we feel comfortable with the first week in June at this stage.

Great: Next question is; AWhat will it take to get Golden Hope Mines to the production stage?@

Frank Candido: Well, that question is slightly premature. We are an exploration company. So for that reason, we focus on exploration. We are not at this stage looking at production. What it will take to get Golden Hope to production is the proving up of a significant resources and that is the job that we are doing. In the past we were approached in 2007 by a mid-tier, large U.S. based mining company, that came to visit our property and wanted to look at doing a joint venture and potentially a quarry in the property from us. We have had other interests in terms of the work we have been doing on the property. The fact of the matter is that we would like to prove up as much of the matter as we can before we even look at getting into any of those type of talks. So really, production in not something we are thinking about right now. You could easily say that that is a few years away. What we are focused on right now is proving up our resource. That=s our number one focus and production is really not our focus in the near term.

Okay. And the last question we have is: AHow much marketing have you done in the United States?@

Frank Candido: That=s a great question. We have this ticker symbol MOLHF. To be honest with you, we are not even certain how that ticker came to be? Certainly it wasn=t the company that contacted the authorities in the U.S. to have that ticker listed. In Canada we are a fully reporting company. We all know pink sheets and what that implies in the United States, but because we are a fully reporting company in Canada we have audited statements and follow all of the rules of the Toronto Stock Exchange where most of the exploration companies in North America are listed and for that matter a lot of the Australian companies are listed. It is one of the leading exchanges in the world for mining and exploration. The fact is that pink sheet listing is nothing more than a facility to allow Americans to acquire or dispose of Golden Hopes stock through the U.S. without having to open up a Canadian account. We have looked towards marketing in the U.S., certainly there exists a culture in Canada much more mature than that in the U.S., of buying and selling exploration type stocks. It is something that exists up here in Canada. Many, many people have a portion of their portfolio dedicated to gold or other minerals, or oil and gas for that matter, whereas in the U.S. that is not necessarily the case. We think that obviously given what is happening in the economy in the last couple of years that gold predominantly, oil as well, that these type of companies are starting to get a lot more press in the U.S., so we think the timing is good to make some moves in the U.S., exploring the potential of employing different types of resources towards getting exposure south of the border.

So far we have spent zero dollars in terms of exposure south of the border. We have some large shareholders that happen to be American. They way they got into the stock or found out about our company is usually through a Canadian connection, so for that matter we have booked the New Orleans gold show which I think is in September, the first time that we will be attending a U.S. based gold show, outside of the hard acid show that we just attended in New York, a few weeks ago. So this is the beginning of us exploring and starting to take a much more in terms of marketing our company south of the border. So, up until now, to answer your question, zero efforts. Starting now we are looking to make much more of an effort getting our name out in the U.S.

Great. Well this concludes our question and answer session. Thank you vert much Mr. Candido and I will give the floor back to you for your final comments.

Frank Candido: Thank you very much. I appreciate the opportunity. I would like to thank Thorsts for giving me the opportunity to present today. As I suggested, we have spent very little time nor money for that matter marketing our company south of the border. We simply felt that a company in our stage, given the climate south of the border in investing in these deals, it really was not a wise use of our time or of our money to try to do any of that, but given what has happened in the world economy in the last couple of years, given the amount of exposure that gold has had south of the border as well, we think that the time is right for Golden Hope Mines to look at spending more time and resources at getting exposure south of the border. As I said we attend the New York hard acid show a couple of weeks ago, we are going to be in New Orleans this year, we are looking at attending a number of other shows south of the border. The key with Golden Hopes Mines is, in terms of looking at Golden Hopes as a potential investment, yes there is risk. There is risk in all of these type of companies that are in the exploration field. But the point is this, every piece of data that we have put out, continues to point towards mineralized area that keeps growing and growing and growing. We were are in area in which we were alone and now we have plenty of company. We are starting to get press in terms of this area becoming a new area of interest from the point of view of exploration. More money is going to be coming to the area not only by us but by other companies which will continue to bring us exposure. We are having success. We believe that this campaign that we began in April is going to be the beginning of Golden Hopes graduating to the next level in terms of building up a resources and not only building up a resource but bringing exposure to an areaBthree and a half hour drive from Montreal, very easily accessible, electricity, everything you want in infrastructure possible. Not in a remote area, the cheapest type of budget you can possibly have given the access that we have to everything. We believe that this is the exploration campaign that is going to change it for Golden Hope, so I think that Golden Hope is a very good speculative investment for shareholders at this time. Thank you very much, I appreciate the time and I hope you liked the presentation on Golden Hope Mines



FANTOMAS
Schon wieder ne Verlängerung der Drill-Programms (schon die zweite Verlängerung, über 4000 zusätzliche Meter zur ersten Planung) !

Die Jungs scheinen tatsächlich was gefunden zu haben !

Ergebnisse der ersten 2000 Meter müßten in den nächsten Wochen eintrudeln.

Die Spannung steigt !



Golden Hope Mines Further Extends its Drilling Contract as a Result of Recent Exploration Success

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Golden-Hope-Mines-Further-iw-2…


TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - 06/03/10) - Golden Hope Mines Limited (TSX-V:GNH - News)(PINK SHEETS:GOLHF - News) is pleased to announce that it has once again extended it current drill contract on its Bellechasse-Timmins property for an additional 2000m. The company has already completed over 4100m of drilling in 25 holes. The core from the initial drill campaign of approximately 2000m in 14 holes announced on April 13 has been logged, cut and sent out for assaying. Core from the additional drilling of approximately 2000m in 11 holes announced on April 30 is currently being processed.

"We are greatly encouraged by having intersected quartz veining in every hole, with some holes showing visible gold as well. We intend to continue our aggressive drill campaign without interruption as we work to define the continuations of this deposit in what looks to be a very large and extensive structure" states Frank Candido, President, Golden Hope Mines Limited.

About Golden Hope Mines Limited:

Golden Hope Mines Limited is a mineral exploration company that seeks to grow shareholder value through the acquisition, exploration and development of potentially large-scale gold and base metal projects suitable for underground and/or open-pit mining. The company's focus is in Quebec, Canada. The Bellechasse gold project in Quebec includes the Timmins 1, Timmins 2 and Ascot gold zones, the new FSG volcanic environment targets and a number of recently claimed ultra basic/serpentine bodies. For further information on Golden Hope Mines Limited please visit
http://www.goldenhopemines.com/.


FANTOMAS
Heute mit Sprung auf CAD 0,295 fast das 52-Wochen.Hoch von CAD 0,30 erreicht.

Und das mit gutem Volumen von bisher über 1,2 Mio. gehandelten Aktien.

Die Performance der letzten Tage kann sich sehen lassen:





Über +40% in 5 Tagen !!!


FANTOMAS
Anonymus auf der KÄUFER-Seite, definitiv ein gutes Zeichen, vor allem bei steigendem Preis :

Recent Trades - Last 10 of 120
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13:45:57 V 0.285 0.045 500 1 Anonymous 99 Jitney K
13:45:51 V 0.285 0.045 3,000 1 Anonymous 80 National Bank K


FANTOMAS
Die ersten 2010 Drill-Ergebnisse stehen kurz bevor.

Auf dem AGM hat man eine Reduzierung der Optionen für Direktoren von 20% auf 10% der ausstehenden Aktien beschlossen.

Sehr nobel !

Jetzt wurde allerdings gleich davon Gebrauch gemacht (erstmalig seit 2007 wieder Optionen für Direktoren):

3,825 Mio. Optionen zu C$ 0,26 !


FANTOMAS



TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 9, 2010) -

The following corrects and replaces the release that was issued yesterday, June 8th, 2010 at 6:34 pm ET. The previous version noted that Golden Hope Mines Limited had issued 3,825,000 options at $.026. This is incorrect. The correct price should read as $0.26. The complete and corrected version follows.

Golden Hope Mines Limited (TSX VENTURE:GNH - News; PINK SHEETS:GOLHF - News) has issued 3,825,000 options at $0.26 for a period of three years to Directors, Officers, Personnel and Consultants.

About Golden Hope Mines Limited:

Golden Hope is a mineral exploration company that seeks to grow shareholder value through the acquisition, exploration and development of potentially large-scale gold and base metal projects suitable for underground and/or open-pit mining. The company's focus is in Quebec, Canada. The Bellechasse gold project in Quebec includes the Timmins 1, Timmins 2 and Ascot gold zones, the new FSG volcanic environment targets and a number of recently claimed ultra basic/serpentine bodies. For further information on Golden Hope Mines Limited please visit www.goldenhopemines.com.

For more information on the company, investors should review Golden Hope's registered filings at http://www.sedar.com/.

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Contact:
Frank CandidoGolden Hope Mines LimitedPresident, Director514-750-8218416-864-0175 (FAX)fcandido@goldenhopemines.com or info@goldenhopemines.comhttp://www.goldenhopemines.com/Corporate CommunicationsParadox Public Relations1-866-460-0408
Optionen sind raus, die Drill-Ergebnisse immer noch nicht.

Trotzdem hat mein kleiner "Geheim-Tipp" heute mit riesigem Volumen (fast 3,5 Mio. gehandelte Aktien) einen Satz von über +40% gemacht und mit einem SK von C$ 0,365 ein neues 52-Wochen-Hoch markiert (Intraday bis C$ 0,38) ! :)

Sehr beachtlich ! :eek:


GOLDEN HOPE MINES LTD(CDNX: GNH.V)Last Trade: 0.3650
Trade Time: 3:59PM EDT
Change: 0.1050 (40.38%)
Prev Close: 0.26
Open: 0.26
Bid: 0.36
Ask: 0.37
1y Target Est: N/A
Day's Range: 0.2550 - 0.38
52wk Range: 0.03 - 0.38
Volume: 3,420,077
Avg Vol (3m): 424,957


FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.659.447 von Fantomas96 am 10.06.10 00:00:09
moin f96,


GLÜCKWUNSCH & RESPEKT für deine infos samt einschätzung !!!


...hab mich leider von den gewaltigen INSIDER- verkäufen im
frühjahr irritieren lassen :(


nunja, gibt ja zum glück auch noch paaaaar andre TOP- werte;)

werd hier vorerst weiter ´watchen´.......mit chance auf nen
rücksetzer

:p:look:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.659.907 von hbg55 am 10.06.10 08:42:53Schade hbg55,

der Insider war der Ex-CEO, der offensichtlich einfach nur raus wollte.

Auch ich habe einige seiner Shares um CAD 0,20 erwischt.

Nicht schlecht, wenn ich mir die Entwicklung heute (höchster Tagesumsatz ever und Close auf neuem 52-week-high!) und in den letzten Tagen ansehe:


GOLDEN HOPE MINES LTD(CDNX: GNH.V)

Last Trade: 0.44
Trade Time: 3:59PM EDT
Change: 0.08 (20.55%)
Prev Close: 0.37
Open: 0.37
Bid: 0.44
Ask: 0.45
1y Target Est: N/A
Day's Range: 0.36 - 0.46
52wk Range: 0.03 - 0.46
Volume: 5,049,729
Avg Vol (3m): 468,669




FANTOMAS
Ich weiß zwar nicht, wann hier ein Rücksetzer kommt, denn die ersten Drill-Ergebnisse stehen unmittelbar bevor, aber wie ich im März schon einmal schrieb: dies ist einer meiner Top-Tipps für 2010 !

Warum:

- sehr gutes Management

- top Explorations Team (Tilsley war schon in Rente und ist für diese Position wieder eingestiegen)

- neueste Actlabs "gold sniffer" Technology wird eingesetzt (SGH = Soil Gas Hydrocarbon) und führt im aktuellen Drill Programm zu 100% hits

- hierdurch wurde neben den bekannten Zonen bereits noch höher konzentrierte Zonen in 7km Entfernung gefunden (z.B. Beland), die auch in Kürze gedrillt werden

- bulk sampling ergibt Goldgehalte zwischen 3-5 g/t

- bisherige bulk sampling Zonen (Timmins 1 und 2 und 88 Zone) könnten schon zwischen 1-2 Mio.Unzen Gold enthalten.

- sollte ein größerer Gold Belt durch weitere step-out Bohrungen bestätigt werden, hält der Head Geologist Tilsley zwischen 5-10 Mio. Unzen für möglich.

Den (theoretischen) Preis für GNH bei diesem Szenario möchte ich hier allerdings nicht posten, bin ja schließlich kein Pumper ! :)

FANTOMAS
-
James West, Editor von "The MIDAS Letter" gestern auf BNN:

http://watch.bnn.ca/clip311461#clip311461


Und hier mal ein kleiner Auszug aus dem Interview (West ist heute auf einem Site Visit bei GNH):

BNN: On Friday you’re heading to Quebec to meet with geologists from GNH, whats so interesting about that company?

JW: What I like about that is the Bellachase property, they’ve been sampling there, and there is indications that there could be 20 km’s of strike there and that’s attracted a bit of a staking rush by the likes of Bowmore Exploration who is essentially the entire BOD and exploration team of OSISKO and so that validates this theory that there could be a very large deposit there and right now there drilling about 6000metres there and more will follow after that, so the potential of a big discovery there is significant.

BNN: It’s a 30 cent stock right now, where do you think it can go from here if you see just one significant strike?

JW: Ummm, That is not something I care to predict, but if they see a lot of drilling success there, stocks like this have the potential to go 10 and 20 times the money upon a major discovery.


FANTOMAS
Hier mal ein paar aktuelle Photos von einem Site Visit eines privaten Shareholders (Danke Larry!) aus der letzten Woche:

die unregelmäßige Distribution von sichtbarem Gold (VG = visible Gold) im Quarz führt zu dem berüchtigten "nugget effect", der die genaue Goldhaltigkeit des Deposits anhand der Bohrkerne eher unterbewertet (denn man "trifft" die Nuggets nicht immer).

Daher hat das bulk sampling diverser Zonen hier auch höhere Gehalte (bis 3 g/t) als viele Bohrkerne ergeben.








Und hier ein Photo, das die unregelmäßige Distribution von (goldhaltigem) Quarz im Diorit zeigt (hier als outcrop an der Oberfläche):




FANTOMAS
Eine sehr gute Erklärung, warum es sich bei dem Bellechasse-Timmins Projekt wahrscheinlich NICHT um ein "hydrothermal shear-hosted" Goldsystem handelt, sondern vielleicht um ein vielversprechenderes, weil großflächigeres (high tonnage) "hydraulically fractured" Goldsystem !

http://agoracom.com/ir/GoldenHope/forums/discussion/topics/4…


The structural geology of Bellechasse
posted on Jun 16, 10 09:41AM

....according to recent data collection, and its interpretation....

First, a little background. There are many types of hydrothermal gold deposits, depending on both the type of rock that is present, and what's happened to it before the deposit forms, or after it forms. The hydrothermal fluid (water that's hot) is the carrier for both the quartz and the gold, both dissolved. There can be other stuff dissolved, too, various sulphides, carbonates, etc., but let's just stick to quartz, and gold. This hydrothermal fluid is above the boiling point of water, but it remains a liquid because it's under extreme pressure. We use a miniature version of this type of system in pressure cookers. If you contain the boiling water, it boils at a higher temperature due to the contained pressure of the steam, and the food cooks faster. But it goes much further in a hydrothermal system. If the temperature and pressure exceed a specific threshold (the critical point), the water becomes a new state of matter called a super-critical fluid.

A super-critical fluid becomes a super-solvent. It can dissolve vast quantities of substances that would otherwise be very poorly dissolved, if at all. But, both the temperature and pressure have to remain above that critical point, or the dissolved materials instantly come out of solution. They crystallize. (They use this property as a method for decaffeinating coffee. They use super-critical carbon dioxide, which when passed over the beans, dissolves out most of the caffeine (and a little bit of the flavour). When they later depressurize the liquid carbon dioxide, the caffeine instantly crystallizes and falls into a collection area, and that is then sold to soft drink manufacturers.)

The Bellechasse deposit was originally conceptualized as one of the relatively common hydrothermal gold systems, a shear-hosted system. Such a system is said to be structurally controlled; the qold and quartz are found in the fractures of the shear zone. And all a shear zone is, is where two masses of rock are sliding past one another, usually under compressive force, i.e. they're squeezing past one another. The rock cracks and breaks, and hydrothermal fluids flow into any gaps that are available. As the fluids enter voids, the pressure falls, and quartz and gold (if there is any in the fluids) are deposited. That fills the space, sealing it off, and the pressure builds until new voids develop. So, the quartz is deposited progressively, over time. A shear zone is pretty easy to recognize in drill core, because of the way the host rock is damaged by the shearing forces, which grinds the rock up, in so many words.

Jim Tilsley asked Paul Nicholls, the geologist logging the GNH core, to show him the shear zones, as he was not seeing any. The problem was, there weren't any. (A couple of minor shears were found, by they came after the gold was deposited). There was no evidence of the broad-scale fracturing that more typically provides openings for hydrothermal fluids to flow into. But the diorite hosting the quartz is a very strong rock, stronger than granite. So, what fractured the diorite, to allow the quartz to be deposited all through this rock, if it wasn't regional tectonic activity? And why were the fractures so chaotic, running in every direction? The answer is that the hydrothermal fluids themselves did it, via what's called hydraulic fracturing.

Basically, you need three things to be true, for a hydraulic fracturing system to develop. You need a significant source/reservoir for hydrothermal fluids; you need significant pressure (probably into the thousands of atmospheres of pressure, kbars); and you need competent rock (strong, unbroken) to contain the pressure over time. I'm going to lean into conjecture for a moment, but I think that for all of these to be true, the system has to be very large or wide-scale for it to form a hydraulic fracturing system of any significance. At the risk of having created a circular argument, I'll simplify that to say that they're big or they don't happen.....but that's just my thinking at the moment.

So, at Bellechasse, we seem to have had all three things. We had a significant source of hydrothermal fluid (with substantial silica/quartz dissolved in it, and gold and other metals), we must have had significant pressures (probably a couple of kilometres deep in the ground, and driven by regional volcanic activity related to subduction), and we had a competent diorite cap sealing the whole thing in.

At the surface where the super-heated and pressurized hydrothermal fluid contacted the diorite that trapped it, weak spots in the diorite would give way. A crack would form, and propogate very rapidly, like cracks in a shattering window. The hydrothermal fluid would burst into the spaces in the rock, but that would drop the pressure. If it dropped far enough to allow steam to form, there would be an explosive expansion of the fracturing (gas pressure is what makes bombs so destructive; steam occupies well over 1000 times the volume of water). That would near instantaneoulsy expand the fracture system. But the drop in pressure would also cause the quartz and gold to crystallize, not only filling the fractures, but also sealing them up again. The pressure would rise (it's a hydraulic system, with a large reservoir) until further fracturing occurred, but because the quartz is weaker than the diorite, those quartz-filled areas would tend to open further, and the veins would lengthen at their tips because cracks focus the cleaving forces at their tips (think about a stone chip in the windshield of your car). The whole thing would happen extremely rapidly in geological terms, but it would happen in these pulses of expansion/deposition and repressurization.

What we have at Bellechasse are bands of diorite that intruded into the bedding plane of some overturned sediments. If you stick a pencil into the edge of a closed book, it will split the pages apart. The diorite pushed its way between the sedimentary layers, which happened to be nearly vertically oriented, and formed multiple bodies something between the shape of fingers and sheets, as seen at today's surface. And at least so far as we've yet gathered evidence, this Timmins-style hydraulically-fractured, quartz-veined diorite is seen over significant strike lengths. And the soil gas hydrocarbon sampling program suggests that the gold goes with the diorite and quartz over those same strike lengths (including Beland, Sugar Bush, and Laval's Mountain).

Going back the finger/sheet analogy for a moment, if you hold your hand up in front of your face, with the fingers spread a little bit, that may be a way to visualize the fingers of diorite sticking up towards the surface. And just as with your fingers, they're not all the same length. Whereas some diorite in the Timmins/Ascot zone is in outcrop (the taller fingers), we're also hitting diorite/quartz below the surface, in areas where we're not anticipating finding it based on the sheet concept of the diorite (we're finding fingers between fingers). Your fingers also connect down below into a larger body (the palm of your hand). We don't know yet, but this diorite body might become larger the deeper we go, connected both across strike (between fingers) and along strike (in sheets). It could be huge.....we just don't know.

I hope this was helpful, but I'm always open to questions.

Lar



Danke Larry !

FANTOMAS
+150% in 3 Wochen und hier in Deutschland interessiert es keinen? :confused:

Naja, man kann ja nicht immer zu den Gewinnern gehören ! :D

Ich glaube, die Story hier ist immer noch in den Anfängen (selbst zu diesen Kursen) und sehe bei Bestätigung der vermuteten Goldvorkommen durch das aktuelle Bohrprogramm Kurse im Dollarbereich !

Langfristig sollte man sich mal die Ergebnisse und den Chart von Osisko ansehen und mit GNH vergleichen (Osisko ist übrigens auch stark am aktuellen staking rush in dem Gebiet beteiligt!).
Ist zwar noch ein gutes Stück Nachweisarbeit bis dahin, aber m.M. nach bestehen hier mehr als gute Chancen für ein multi-million ounce open-pit deposit.

Zumindest deutet die heutige News auf erfolgreiche Bohrungen hin (abgesehen davon, daß man das Bohrprogramm vorzeitig mittlerweile sogar verdreifacht hat):

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Exploration-Update-Golden-iw-3…

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - 06/17/10) - Golden Hope Mines Limited (TSX-V:GNH - News)(PINK SHEETS:GOLHF - News) is pleased to report that the 2010 diamond drill program is proceeding much ahead of schedule with over 5000 metres of core recovered from 27 holes completed as of June 15th, 2010.

The program began April 13 with an initial 2000 metres planned. This was completed by April 23 with very encouraging results that warranted an additional 2000 metre extension of the contract announced April 30. The third 2000-metre phase of the 2010 drilling program is currently in progress and approaching the half-way mark.

The company's technical team are delighted with drilling progress and greatly encouraged by the data gathered in respect to testing extensions of previously known zones, exploring soil gas hydrocarbon anomalies, and locating new zones of quartz-hosting diorite in previously unexplored ground within the immediate area of the Bellechasse-Timmins deposit.

Gold occurs in quartz-filled breccias in diorite. The breccias vary in width from several metres to approximately 50 metres, some have been traced several hundred metres along strike and intersected by diamond drilling to 300m below surface. Mineralized breccias have been intersected by diamond drilling in an area 600 metres wide and about 1000 metres long. The mineralization remains open along strike to the northeast and to the southwest. The width of the belt favourable for development of additional parallel structures is not yet established.

Diamond drill cores give good geological data, but their small size (approximately 5kg/metre) severely limits their ability to provide robust grade estimators for the breccia zones. Assays of diamond drill cores from the Bellechasse-Timmins zones tend to underestimate the true gold concentration. This is illustrated by comparison of assays of drill cores taken a short distance below surface with assays of bulk samples blasted from immediately overlying trenches. Consequently, for exploration purposes, quartz-bearing zones that show values greater than approximately 100ppb are considered mineralized and warrant further attention.

Exploration work is showing geological conditions similar to those observed at the Bellechasse-Timmins deposit both to the northeast and southwest of the original discovery. Additional drilling is planned to test other gold targets in the approximately 20km Bellechasse Belt.

Drilling is also scheduled for other gold and base metals targets in volcanic and ultrabasic terrains elsewhere on the Company's extensive properties in the Beauce-Bellechasse area.

Both detailed and reconnaissance soil gas hydrocarbon geochemical surveys are continuing along with geological mapping and prospecting at selected locations within the 110km extent of the company's Beauce-Bellechasse properties.

Frank Candido, President, Golden Hope Mines Limited states "We are extremely pleased with the progress made this spring at the Bellechasse-Timmins deposit. Drilling has intersected extensions of known mineralized zones, discovered new mineralized zones, and confirmed the usefulness of the soil gas hydrocarbon geochemistry done last fall and winter. Preliminary drill data suggest at least 13 parallel mineralized zones including the previously known Timmins 1, Timmins 2 and 88 zones. Visible gold has been observed in five drill holes, a great encouragement in a deposit having only about 15% to 20% of the contained gold present in grains large enough to be seen with the naked eye. Approximately 1500 samples have been sent to Activation Laboratories in Ancaster, Ontario and we are awaiting results with great anticipation. This high level of activity assures an exciting and eventful field season."

About Golden Hope Mines Limited:

Golden Hope Mines Limited is a mineral exploration company that seeks to grow shareholder value through the acquisition, exploration and development of potentially large-scale gold and base metal projects suitable for underground and/or open-pit mining. The company's focus is in Quebec, Canada. The Bellechasse gold project in Quebec includes the Timmins 1, Timmins 2, Ascot and 88 gold zones, the new FSG volcanic environment targets and a number of ultra basic/serpentine bodies. For further information on Golden Hope Mines Limited please visit http://www.goldenhopemines.com/.

Forward-Looking Information:

This release includes certain statements that may be deemed "forward-looking statements". All statements in this release, other than statements of historical facts, that address future production, reserve potential, exploration drilling, exploitation activities, the size and use of proceeds of the Offering and events or developments that the company expects are forward-looking statements. Although the company believes the expectations expressed in such statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those in the statements. Factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements. These include market prices, exploitation and exploration successes, and continued availability of capital and financing, and general economic, market or business conditions.

Investors are cautioned that any such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements. For more information on the company, investors should review registered filings at http://www.sedar.com/.

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Contact:
Contacts:Golden Hope Mines LimitedFrank CandidoPresident, Director514-750-8218416-864-0175 (FAX)fcandido@goldenhopemines.com or info@goldenhopemines.comParadox Public RelationsCorporate Communications1-866-460-0408


FANTOMAS
Neues 52-Wochen-Hoch auf Schlußkurs-Basis mit Tagespeak bei C$ 0,52 und fast 2,4 Mio. gehandelten Aktien !





FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.701.971 von Fantomas96 am 17.06.10 23:13:38Hallo Fantomas96!
Ich bin seit kurzem (1 Woche) auch dabei und bin verblüfft über diese Performance. Das ist ja unglaublich!
Wie lange mag das noch so weiter gehen.
Meine anderen Werte SLW, SMF, PG und OSK laufen nicht "so" gut.
Viel Erfolg weiterhin!
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.721.523 von elec1 am 22.06.10 18:22:18Wow, noch ein zweiter Investierter aus Deutschland ! :eek:

Schön, dass Du den Weg zu dieser "Perle" gefunden hast !

Du fragtest nach der weiteren Performance.

Schwer zu sagen, ich wartete schon seit einigen Tagen auf eine Korrektur, aber wir steigen stetig mit riesem Volumen.

Das nenne ich Akkumulation !

Schließlich warten wir ja noch auf die Drill-Ergebnisse.

Mr. West vom Midas Letter hat das Feuerwerk gezündet und war am letzten Wochenende auf einem "site visit" bei GNH.

Angeblich sehr begeistert, so dass dieses Wochenende sein Bericht für Abonnenten raus kommen sollte.

Sollte das etwa zeitgleich mit guten Drill-Ergebnissen zusammenfallen, ist hier in den nächsten Tagen noch Einiges möglich.

Schon Wahnsinn, der Chart:




Herzlichen Glückwunsch auf jeden Fall, dass Du hier dabei bist, wird sich auf jeden Fall lohnen.

FANTOMAS
Heute dann noch eine Top-Personalie als neuer Direktor (M&A Fachmann ? Wofür braucht man den denn ? :D )

Der bekommt Optionen zu C$ 0,53 !!!

Und man spricht offiziell mittlerweile von einem "gold belt" !!!

Sehr vielversprechend !


http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Golden-Hope-Mines-Appoints-iw-…

Golden Hope Mines Appoints Marc A. Drouin to Its Board of Directors

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - 06/22/10) - Golden Hope Mines Limited (TSX-V:GNH - News)(PINK SHEETS:GOLHF - News) is pleased to announce the appointment of Marc A. Drouin to the Board of Directors.

Over a career spanning almost two decades, Marc Drouin has worked primarily in the fields of corporate development and mergers & acquisitions. In his various roles, Mr. Drouin has acted as both principal and advisor, and across a number of industry sectors and geographies.

Most recently, Mr. Drouin was Head of Group Business Development, Americas, for Anglo American plc, one of the world's largest diversified mining companies.

Previously, he was Vice-President, Corporate Development at Alcan Inc.

Prior to joining Alcan, and for more than a decade, Mr. Drouin held investment and merchant banking positions principally related to mergers and acquisitions.


Mr. Drouin obtained his Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University and his MBA at York University.

"We are extremely pleased with the addition of Mr. Drouin to our Board of Directors," said Frank Candido, President, Golden Hope Mines Limited. "His background and experience will compliment the current Board as we continue to aggressively grow shareholder value through accelerated exploration and definition of this exciting Bellechasse/Beauce belt in South Eastern Quebec."

The Board has granted incentive stock options to Mr. Drouin to purchase 300,000 common shares of Golden Hope at a price of $0.53 per share for a period of three years ending June 18, 2013.

About Golden Hope Mines Limited:

Golden Hope is a mineral exploration company that seeks to grow shareholder value through the acquisition, exploration and development of potentially large-scale gold and base metal projects suitable for underground and/or open-pit mining. The company's focus is in Quebec, Canada. The Bellechasse gold project in Quebec includes the Timmins 1, Timmins 2 and Ascot gold zones, the new FSG volcanic environment targets and a number of recently claimed ultra basic/serpentine bodies. For further information on Golden Hope Mines Limited please visit http://www.goldenhopemines.com/.

Forward-Looking Information:

This release includes certain statements that may be deemed "forward-looking statements". All statements in this release, other than statements of historical facts, that address future production, reserve potential, exploration drilling, exploitation activities and events or developments that the company expects are forward-looking statements. Although the company believes the expectations expressed in such statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those in the statements. Various factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements. These include market prices, exploitation and exploration successes, continued availability of capital and financing, and general economic, market or business conditions. Investors are cautioned that any such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements. For more information on the company, investors should review Golden Hope's registered filings at http://www.sedar.com/.

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.



FANTOMAS
Nochmal für alle Ungläubigen, um es sich auf der Zunge zergehen zu lassen:

von C$ 0,19 am 27. Mai auf C$ 0,66 heute = mehr als ein 3-Bagger in den letzten 19 Handelstagen !!!


FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.723.077 von Fantomas96 am 22.06.10 23:10:13Hallo Fantomas!
Danke für den Glückwunsch!
Schön wären ja, vor einer möglichen Konsolidierung, gute Drill-Ergebnisse. Das sollte den Kurs noch etwas anheben.
Was hältst du von Fire River Gold?
Beste Grüße
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.724.155 von elec1 am 23.06.10 10:16:26 PRESS RELEASE: Golden Hope Mines Intersects Quartz Bearing Structures at Beland
23.06.10 13:30:35- DJPN

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 23, 2010) - Golden Hope Mines Limited
(TSX VENTURE:GNH)(PINK SHEETS:GOLHF) is pleased to report that diamond drilling
on the Beland 2009 soil gas hydrocarbon anomaly intersected quartz-bearing
structures. The larger zone shows quartz with pink feldspar, minor galena and
chalcopyrite from 189m to 223.5m with fine visible gold observed at 193.7m in
drill hole BB2010-02. The estimated true thickness of this mineralized
intersection is 9.1m.

The same zone was intersected in diamond drill hole BB2010-03 from 18.6m to
41.0m (6.2m true thickness) and has the same character as the intersection in
BB2010-02.

A parallel zone of quartz veining lies in the hanging wall about 20m above the
first. It appears to be slightly more than 2m true thickness. Sampling of these
quartz-bearing intersections is in progress.

The Beland Anomaly lies within the Bellechasse Belt at approximately 6.2
kilometres to the southwest of the company's Bellechasse-Timmins deposit.

"The occurrence of visible gold in drill core from the Beland 2009 geochemical
anomaly is very encouraging. We continue to gather evidence that gold
mineralization occurs at many locations within the Bellechasse portion of the
company's extensive claim position in the Bellechasse-Beauce area of
south-eastern Quebec" commented Frank Candido, President, Golden Hope Mines
Limited.

Geochemical surveys and other information indicate gold targets from Laval's
Mountain in the northeast, to several kilometres southwest of the Beland 2009
Anomaly, a distance of almost 20 kilometres.

The Company's 2010 diamond drilling program in the Bellechasse area began on
April 13th. Approximately 6000 metres of core have been recovered and assay
results are pending. The company is taking advantage of a three-week vacation
period for the drill crews to assess data gathered to date. Drilling is
expected to resume about mid-July and will include testing of other targets
along the Bellechasse Belt.

On February 19, 2010, the company announced the signing a letter of intent
(the "LOI") to acquire from a prospector (the "Prospector") a 100% stake in
certain mining claims ("the Property") located in the Bellechasse-Beauce Region
of Southeastern Quebec. These claims fall within the Bellechasse-Timmins Belt
and begin approximately 7 kilometers southwest of the Company's
Bellechasse-Timmins deposit.

The company has now entered into a property acquisition agreement ("the
Agreement") to acquire from the Prospector a 100% interest in the Property upon
confirmation that the claims have been officially granted to the Prospector by
the Ministere des Resources Naturelles et de la Faune. Under the terms of the
agreement, the Prospector will receive an amount of $2,500 and 125,000 treasury
common shares and will retain a 2% net smelter return royalty, which can be
bought back by Golden Hope Mines at any time, and at its sole discretion, for
the sum of $1,000,000. The transaction is subject to, among other things, the
approval of the TSX Venture Exchange. The securities issued under the Agreement
will be subject to a four (4) month hold period.

About Golden Hope Mines Limited:

Golden Hope is a mineral exploration company that seeks to grow shareholder
value through the acquisition, exploration and development of potentially
large-scale gold and base metal projects suitable for underground and/or
open-pit mining. The company's focus is in Quebec, Canada. The Bellechasse gold
project in Southeastern Quebec includes the Timmins 1, Timmins 2 and Ascot gold
zones, the new FSG volcanic environment targets and a number of recently
claimed ultra basic/serpentine bodies. For further information on Golden Hope
Mines Limited please visit www.goldenhopemines.com.

Forward-Looking Information:

This release includes certain statements that may be deemed "forward-looking
statements". All statements in this release, other than statements of
historical facts, that address future production, reserve potential,
exploration drilling, exploitation activities and events or developments that
the company expects are forward-looking statements. Although the company
believes the expectations expressed in such statements are based on reasonable
assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and
actual results or developments may differ materially from those in the
statements. Various factors could cause actual results to differ materially
from those in forward-looking statements. These include market prices,
exploitation and exploration successes, continued availability of capital and
financing, and general economic, market or business conditions. Investors are
cautioned that any such statements are not guarantees of future performance and
actual results or developments may differ materially from those projected in
the forward-looking statements. For more information on the company, investors
should review Golden Hope's registered filings at www.sedar.com.

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that
term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts
responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:
Golden Hope Mines Limited
Frank Candido
President, Director
514-750-8218
416-864-0175 (FAX)
fcandido@goldenhopemines.com or info@goldenhopemines.com
www.goldenhopemines.com
or
Paradox Public Relations
Corporate Communications
1-866-460-0408

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Nachdem James West (Editor Midas Letter) letztes Wochenende Golden Hope besucht hat, soll er sehr angetan wieder abgereist sein nach der Besichtigung.

Ein neuer Bericht soll an seine Abonnenten dieses Wochenende raus gehen.

Und am Dienstag will er wieder auf BNN über GNH berichten (sehr ungewöhnlich in so kurzer Abfolge, da er erst vorletzte Woche berichtet hat ;) ).

Was war sonst diese Woche:

a) neuer Mergers&Aquisitions Mann als Direktor gekommen (man beachte, dass dieser vorher bei Milliarden-Unternehmen wie Alcan und Anglo-American als Hauptverantwortlicher im Business Development Bereich gearbeitet hat). Optionen hat er zu C$ 0,53 bekommen.

b) man hat mehr "visible gold" gefunden, und zwar über 7km entfernt von der bisherigen Hauptzone (und auch für diesen Fund war die Grundlage die neue "Goldschnüffelmethode" von ActLabs, die SGH = soil gas hydrocarbon geochemische Analyse).

c) damit wird die Wahrscheinlichkeit der These eines "über 20 km langen Goldgürtels" immer höher

d) nur sehr kleine Korrektur diese Woche auf C$ 0,59 mit heutigem Kurs wieder auf Tageshoch von C$ 0,70 geschlossen und nur C$ 0,03 unter dem 52-Wochen-Hoch von C$ 0,73

e) riesen Volumina diese Woche in der Range zwischen C$ 0,55 und C$ 0,73 gehandelt, die Aktie wechselte in "stärkere Hände" !

Und heute dann die "Anschluß-News" zu der James West Story:

Golden Hope Mines Engages Resourcex Group for Investor Relation Services

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Golden-Hope-Mines-Engages-iw-3…


TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - 06/24/10) - Golden Hope Mines Limited (TSX-V:GNH - News)(PINK SHEETS:GOLHF - News) is pleased to announce the engagement of Resourcex Group as a strategic investor relations consultant to the company. Resourcex Group is 100% controlled by Mr. James West, publisher of The Midas Letter. Resourcex will focus on developing and expanding Golden Hope Mines' communications with the investment community through a comprehensive investor relations program.

Resourcex will be paid a monthly fee of $5,000 for professional services for a period of 12 months. The agreement with Resourcex Group is for a 12 month period, which may be extended with the prior written consent of both parties, and may be terminated by either party at the end of any quarterly period. Resourcex Group has been granted 100,000 incentive stock options exercisable at a price of $0.53 per share, for a period of two years. The options shall vest and become exercisable as to one quarter of the number granted on a quarterly basis over the ensuing year. Should both parties extend the contract beyond the initial 90 day trial period, Resourcex Group will receive an additional 100,000 options at a fixed strike price to be determined on the 21st day of November 2010, for a period of two years and will vest and become exercisable as to one quarter of the number granted on a quarterly basis over the ensuing year.

This agreement is subject to acceptance by the TSX Venture Exchange.

About Resourcex Group

Resourcex Group has been providing full service investor relations services since 2004. Founded and operated by James West of The Midas Letter, Resourcex Group's deep history of corporate finance, financial marketing, and institutional and private investor relationships has made the company a highly sought after but very exclusive consultant to emerging public companies in the natural resource sector. Resourcex Group never services more than one client at a time within each sub sector of the natural resource sector, ensuring maximum exposure for its clients. Resourcex Group is a duly registered corporation under the name of 0737077 B.C. Ltd.


Also James West war nicht nur begeistert von GNH, sondern offensichtlich auch umgekehrt, so daß jetzt eine offizielle Coverage draus geworden ist (Interessierte sehen sich mal das Erfolgsportfolio vom Midas Letter an !).

Nächste Woche dann wieder Interview auf BNN und vielleicht erste News mit Bohrergebnissen.

Also ich verkaufe nichts unter C$ 1,00 und selbst das muß ich mir noch genau überlegen.
Hier ist wirklich noch viel Potential.


FANTOMAS
Und wie ich hier so meinen Kommentar schreibe, lese ich doch glatt das Banner hier auf w:o mit der Anzeige von ....., ja genau "Curcas Oil" :laugh:

Die Firma, die mir hier der große Skeptiker und "Experte" , "derbewunderer" , als seinen Top-Tipp genannt hat, als er schwerst über Golden Hope hergezogen ist ("da findet man mehr Gold auf dem Schrottplatz von Travemünde" :laugh: ).

Da habe ich mir doch mal interessehalber den Chart dieses Curcas-Pump angeschaut (von März an, wo "derbewunderer" eine Kursziel von 51 Eurocents ausgerufen hatte, wir befanden uns da gerade bei Curcas bei 32 Eurocents). Ich will ja nicht ungerecht sein, 30% waren dann mit Traden drin:

zum Vergleich habe den Chart von GNH mal mit eingeblendet (mittlerweile +250% !!!):



Soviel zu Performance, mein lieber "derbewunderer" und Deinem Pusherwert.

Da bleibe ich doch lieber bei soliden "Fundamentalwerten" ! :laugh:


FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.740.449 von Fantomas96 am 25.06.10 23:48:46Da bleibe ich doch lieber bei soliden "Fundamentalwerten"

Gratulation , tolle Performance , hätte mir bei 20Cent , gern ein paar ins Depot gelegt , aber leider kein Cash !!!

gruss mike
http://agoracom.com/ir/GoldenHope/forums/discussion/topics/4…


Re: Help the rookie
in response to Help the rookie by hzmn91
posted on Jun 28, 10 10:07AM Use the IP Check tool [?]


I'm not sure anyone really answered the questions the way they were originally posed. I'm going to maybe over-answer here, as I think that you can't have too much information.

Step 1: Field work and geophysics/geochemistry to find prospective drill targets. Starting from rock outcrop, or exposed rock from roadcuts or stripping or whatever, or from soil sampling, you use geophysics like magnetics or IP, or a local grid sampling of soil as used in the soil gas hydrocarbon method, to choose collar locations (the actual pierce point for the drill), and the azimuth and dip (the orientation for the drill). This work is ongoing, but it can take years to get to this point if you're starting from scratch.

Step 2: The drilling. At Golden Hope, they're averaging 70-80 metres of drill core per twelve hour shift, using one drill. Setting up on a new collar can take anywhere from a little under 2 hours, to much longer, depending on how easy it is to get at the collar location from the road, and the accessibility of water (required to be pumped downhole to cool and lubricate the bit).

Step 3: Logging and splitting of the core. Paul Nichols, the geologist doing the core logging for GNH, is a very experienced and knowledgeable geologist. He takes notes of everything he sees, and then transcribes those notes into his computer every night. He is constantly producing maps (plan views, i.e. looking down on the drill site as if from a vantage point in the sky) and sections (looking sideways at the drills piercing the deposit in a cut-away view), to try and understand what's being learned from each drill hole. In some situations, this information feeds back to earlier steps, as new collar locations might be added to the drill program. "The next hole" is a fluid concept, evolving and changing as the information comes in. Paul also marks the core for splitting, and the regions to be included in an individual sample. Within the quartz veining and the surrounding diorite, those are generally 1 metre sections. Two fellows work full time, sawing the core in half, and filling the sample bags according to Paul's instructions. Individual samples are assigned code numbers, and from that point onwards, the true source of that sample is blinded. Samples are sealed into containers, and shipped by secure methods to Actlabs in Ancaster for assay. This process takes longer than the drilling (in the case of Golden Hope), so there is a backlog right now. One hole can be drilled in a day (if they're going well), but it might take 3 days to log and split that hole.

Step 4: Assays at Actlabs. Golden Hope has set up a custom assay procedure, to meet the requirements of Jim Tilsley, as best to control for the nuggetty nature of the gold particles. Each sample has a mass of about 2.5 kg (for the metre-long sections of quartz/diorite). The sample is crushed to a relatively fine powder, and then put through a mesh screen (80 mesh) to sieve out larger particles. That would tend to catch the larger gold nuggets, so the oversize is assayed separately. The remainder is split, and each split is assayed. So, every sample gets assayed three times. Sample blanks (known barren rock) and check assays (samples prepared by Tilsley based on one of the Ascot hammer drill samples, for which he has meticulously determined the grade) are mixed in with the new core samples, for quality control/quality assurance purposes. Assaying would likely take 3-6 weeks, depending on the number to be done, and how busy the alb is with other work.

Step 5: There's a specific word for this next process, and it just doesn't come to mind, but the assays are returned identified only by code number. They have to be entered into a database and unblinded, to show exactly where the sample came from (which hole, and at what depth). One hole might have 100 samples, and each sample has 3 assays. It takes a long time to collate and interpret the assays. Then a human mind has to select an interval of that core, and do statistical calculations to determine grades over specific intervals, and weighted averages over wider intervals still. You can't do any of the stats until all the assays are back for any specific hole. Computer software makes it pretty straight forward, though.

Step 6: Public reporting of assays. This is usually done in the form of a news release. A Qualified Person (Jim Tilsley in this instance) has to review all of the steps, the calculations, the derived statistics, and make some kind of an intelligible report out of them. The assays don't come back from the lab in a format suitable for news release. No, a lot of work is required to create a news release.

Step 7: 43-101 Technical Report? I put a question mark there because we have a bit of a logistical problem. A resource estimate is a relatively simple calculation: grade times tonnage gives you metal in the ground. The tonnage here is no problem. The mass of a cubic metre of pure diorite or pure quartz are easily found, and an estimate of the mass of a mixture of them is relatively straight forward. However, the grade of the gold (in this instance) is not reflected accurately by the assay grades being returned by the diamond drilling program. The sample (the core) is just too small to provide accurate grades. Let me try and explain that.

Consider any book written in the English language. You're going to sample the book, by piercing it from cover to cover, to try and determine how many of the letter "e" are in the book. We know that the letter "e" is the most common letter in the English language, so we should have no trouble with that, right? Let's do a thought experiment. We'll pierce the book with a hair-thin "drill", taking a core sample from each page, from cover to cover. What are the chances that you even hit an "e" on any specific page? With all those other letters, and all the white space, the odds are pretty low. In fact, you might have pierced the whole book, and not hit a single one. Would it be reasonable to conclude that this English-language book does not contain any "e"s, anywhere? Nope, not from that tiny sample.

Now let's do a second sampling, but this time let's imagine that we are taking a core sample 1" (2.5 cm) in diameter, right through the book. I'm going to suggest to you that this might be an adequate sample upon which to estimate the number of "e"s on each page. And then when you collect that page data, and do some statistics, you could calculate a pretty reasonable estimate of the number of "e"s contained in the entire book. I think this larger sample would be an adequate sample size to do that work.

Now, while we're still thinking about that book, what if the letter whose frequency you were seeking to estimate was rather uncommon in the English language. An "x" say, or a "w"? How large a sample would you need to take to estimate the true number in that book? It's conceivable that you might need to take a larger sample than even that 1" diameter core, to get an accurate estimate. Each letter would have a specific sample size requirement.

Now, back to the diamond drilling at Golden Hope. Because the quartz is erratically deposited in the diorite, and the gold is erratically distributed in the quartz (as dicrete particles), we're far more likely to miss the gold particles than to hit them, even if there are lots of particles present in the local zone we're sampling. Each metre of core returns about 5 kg of rock. Jim Tilsley has estimated that, to get an accurate grade estimate of the gold contained in a specific metre of rock, he'd need a sample of between roughly 450 kg to almost 7000 kg, depending on how much quartz was present in the specific sample. To get a sample 450 kg/metre, you'd need to be drilling roughly 20" (50 cm) diameter core. Even if there was such a rig in existence, I don't know how you'd manage the logistics of sub-sampling a sample of that size, to accurately obtain a grade for each metre of core. It's just beyond the scope of economic reality to even consider trying to do that.

At present, it's reasonable to assume a significant under-estimate of grade from core sampling, using diamond drilling of NQ diameter (about 2"). If we come in at 2 grams/tonne, we might really have 3-5 gpt, or perhaps more. However, if you calculate a resource estimate using 43-101 guidelines, you're stuck with the 2 gpt, because you are only allowed to use the assays that you got back from the lab. The diamond drilling method that is the standard method used for these things is simply inadequate to accurately report the gold grade in this deposit. A 43-101 technical report will label us permanently with a specific grade, even though we know it's better than that.

If we can't do much about the nugget effect/grade underestimation problem, we aren't facing the same limitation on the tonnage aspect. We're presently proving up tonnage at a massive clip, with this year's drill program.

Now, about 43-101. 43-101 is a reporting standard, rather than a type of report. 43-101 is often misused that way. Every public report by any mining-related company must be in compliance with 43-101 reporting guidelines. Every press release, everything. But within the 43-101 guidelines is a clause with respect to prohibited reporting. If you've ever read the guidelines, you'd know they were written by geeks because this particular clause is actually about an exception to the 43-101 standards, i.e. an exception to the prohibitions. We can legally step outside the stringent reporting rules of the 43-101 if we state certain things explicitly. We can report a resource estimate (i.e. ounces of gold in the ground) on a conceptual basis, if we then state that the estimate is not 43-101 compliant, and that a Qualified Person has sufficient reasons/data to support the conceptual estimate. We're hoping to see such a conceptual estimate some time soon, but I wouldn't hold your breath waiting for it.

Lar




Thanks Larry !

FANTOMAS
Nochmal Larry zur "Sprengprobenentnahme" :

http://agoracom.com/ir/GoldenHope/forums/discussion/topics/4…


Re: Nagging question in the back of my mind...
in response to Nagging question in the back of my mind... by herbwiebe
posted on Jun 28, 10 12:19PM Use the IP Check tool [?]


Yes, Herb, you've got it right. The trenches were all done perpendicular to the general trend of the quartz veins.

Each blast was a shaped charge, designed to fracture a 2 metre by 2 metre square, one metre deep (very roughly, 10 tonnes of rock). A blasting mat was laid over top of the blast zone to keep the fragments contained in the trench. That worked in all but one instance, where the adjacent blasts were mixed up by the blasting itself, and they were treated as one sample for statistical purposes.

Of course, the actual amount of rock from each blast varied considerably. If the blast produced fragments of rock too large to be lifted into the crusher with the equipment at hand, those "boulders" were pushed aside and ignored. And sometimes the blast loosened much less rock than they'd hoped. In then end, each sample consisted of between 2.5 and 12.5 tonnes of rock. And because it was a cross-vein trenching, the sample could contain quartz, diorite, and sediments....whatever was there.

Each blast sample was mechanically removed from the trench, piled separately, and then individually put through a rock crusher that was brought in for the purpose. The rock was crushed to pass through 2" mesh (roughly 95% of the sample), and any oversize was discarded. Each sample was trucked to a storage area on site, and labelled with the trench position (with a duplicate label in case something happened to one of them). Then, five separate grab samples of about 25 kg each were taken from each pile (one from each cardinal direction, and the top of the pile). Each of those grab samples (five per blast, remember) was individually crushed to 1/4", split using a special device, until representative samples weighing 1-2 kg were collected. 2 of those smaller samples were sent out for assay (i.e. ten per blast), and each sample was pulped and screened to provide one oversize (greater than 80 mesh) and two regular pulps for assay. So each blast yielded 30 assays directly. Samples were also manually collected from the debris remaining at the bottom of the trenches, and those were processed separately. I forget how many assays were taken per manual sample.

The weigted average grade (the statistical average, adjusted for the actual bulk sample size) was 2.99 grams/tonne gold. But that, too, is an under-estimate. To adequately sample each blast, the resultant shattered rock should have been crushed to 1/4" before the five grab samples of 25 kg each were taken. Unfortunately, we have the same under-sampling issue as with the diamond drilling, just in a different context. One 2" cube of rock would yield 8 cubed = 512 1/4" cubes (8 quarter inches in two inches, on each of the length, width, and depth). Tilsley estimates that a 1/4" crush would probably have provided an adequate sample, if each bulk sample could have been made homogenous. So, even the bulk sample was processed with inadequate sampling, but that was a cost-effectiveness decision. To have crushed all of the bulk samples to 1/4" screen size would have been prohibitively expensive. But it does give us a better grade estimate than does diamond drilling, even though the bulk samples included rock that we would probably consider to be waste.

Paul developed a surface polygon based on the bulk samples, with a cut-off grade of 0.5 grams/tonne, and that yielded a surface area of about 4000 square metres on the Timmins 1 zone. Assuming 2.8 tonnes per cubic metre (probably a little low), you'd have 11,326 tonnes per vertical metre of rock within the 0.5 grams/tonne envelope.

Lar




FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.748.655 von Fantomas96 am 28.06.10 23:59:02saubesrscht sag i

GW

hast schon ein feines Näschen wo was zu verdienen ist!


Respekt

GG
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.748.682 von GroovelessGolf am 29.06.10 00:09:06Danke für die Blumen.

Ab und zu findet ein blindes Huhn auch mal ein Korn. :cool:

Schön, wenn sich dann das Korn in vier Monaten fast vervierfacht hat ! :D

Der nächste Wert ist auch schon in Bearbeitung, muß aber erst noch ein bißchen recherchieren (wenn er bis dahin nicht schon durchgestartet ist).

Also: stay tuned.

FANTOMAS

P.S.: Hier rechne ich übrigens dieses Jahr noch definitiv mit Kursen über $ 1,00.
Wenn es richtig gut läuft, dann sogar Richtung $ 2,00 (möchte doch auch mal wieder einen 10-Bagger haben ;) ).
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.748.702 von Fantomas96 am 29.06.10 00:22:00Donde? wie wo was?

:confused:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.748.702 von Fantomas96 am 29.06.10 00:22:00Fantomas

sag bei dem neuen Wert rechtzeitig Bescheid.;)

Bei Golden Hope wäre doch nun mal eine technische Reaktion notwendig...oder konsolidiert die bei weiterem Steigflug??;)

Eagle Hill habe ich noch immer im Blick, aktuell wohl alles andere als teuer???
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.748.710 von Timesystem1002 am 29.06.10 00:28:28Eagle Hill hat mich mächtig verwirrt!
Nachdem Fantomas die Sauerei von Noront aufgedeckt hat, damals Windfall an diese zu verschäppern, und zwar mit x Bohrkernen, die von Not nicht ausgewertet wurden!

.....und sich im Nachhinein als oh wie Wunder , super Goldgehalte......kristallisierten...


alles Mafia, was da hinter den Kullissen abgeht


aber Fazit bleibt: Gold und Silber
1.physisch
2.Aktien (aber bitte nur Explorer):D

GG
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.748.719 von GroovelessGolf am 29.06.10 00:39:39Grooveless

aber das spricht doch gerade für Eagle Hill...;)
Klar, blöd für NOT-Aktionäre, kann ich verstehen.:(
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.748.729 von Timesystem1002 am 29.06.10 00:55:35TS
ich hatte das Glück , Noront verpasst zu haben und erst sehr spät eingestiegen zu sein,
als Not von 7 auf 1 zurückfiel......viele haben damals Not wegen Windfall gekauft, dieses
äussert alles versprechene Asset..... was die dann mal unverständlicherweise plötzlich
als unlukrativ dargestgellt haben, mit dr Begründung,mann müsse sich auf Eagle Nest und sonstiges im RoF versteifen.............
Austausch der Personalie etc... wer blickt da noch durch, I dues net ,lol

Gruss

GG
GNH "konsolidiert" wahrscheinlich, wie viele andere Explorer, nach der Veröffentlichung der Bohrergebnisse:

"Buy on rumour, sell on news !"

Die Frage ist nur, auf welchem Level.

Ich warte jedenfalls auf eine gute Nachkaufgelegenheit.

Off-topic:

Eagle Hill ist mit dem Sommerbohrprogramm gestartet und mit C$ 0,21 gerade wieder in einem sehr interessanten Preisbereich.

UC hat gestern auch etwas "gezuckt".

PRB und FNC sind NOCH erstaunlich ruhig, obwohl beide mehrere "heiße Eisen" im Feuer haben.

Nur meine beiden top Uranwerte (HAT, FIS) liefern ein unglaubliches Bohrergebnis nach dem anderen und kommen nicht vom Fleck.

Der "Geheimtipp" TBM ist auch wieder auf "Los" zurückgegangen, hier warte ich auf die nächste Drillrunde.

Viel Glück mit Euren Investments.

FANTOMAS
Die Konsolidierung ist im Gange.
James West (Midas Letter) mußte seinen Auftritt auf BNN verschieben (Flug aus Lima wurde gecancelled), nun für nächsten Mittwoch geplant.
Sein Bericht an seine Abonnenten sollte diesen Freitag rausgehen.

Tja, wo soll man nachkaufen ?



http://agoracom.com/ir/GoldenHope/forums/discussion/topics/4…


answer from bnn:

Thanks very much for the email and for watching!
Unfortunately, James West's flight out of Lima was cancelled this week,
so his interview was postponed.
I'm happy to report though, that James will be in Toronto next week, so
you'll see him on Commodities next Wednesday, July 7.

Be sure to tune in at 11:30AM ET.

All the best,

Colleen McCarthy-Ferreira
Producer



FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.760.739 von Fantomas96 am 30.06.10 22:59:43
"Buy on rumour, sell on news !"

eine Schand diese Aktienkultur!

können die nicht mal an übermorgen denken diese lausigen Zocker!;)

wenn Uran mal wieder sexy wird kenne ich nun 2 gute Werte dank Dir!
Forum U als 3. ist schon drinn als Nachbar, roll gern von hinten und billig auf:D
2010 Stock Market Holidays - Stock Markets Closed

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Übermorgen geht es weiter !


FANTOMAS
So, heute gab es die versprochene "richtig gute" Kaufgelegenheit !

Es ging runter auf CAD 0,45, um dann mit sehr gutem Volumen (über 4 Mio. Aktien) wieder steil bergauf bei CAD 0,65 zu schließen.






Last Trade: 0.65
Trade Time: 3:59PM EDT
Change: 0.07 (12.07%)
Prev Close: 0.58
Open: 0.56
Bid: 0.63
Ask: 0.65
Day's Range: 0.45 - 0.65
52wk Range: 0.03 - 0.74
Volume: 4,158,373
Avg Vol (3m): 968,054


Habe heute nochmal zu CAD 0,51 nachgelegt.

FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.772.176 von Fantomas96 am 03.07.10 00:32:40Hallo Fantomas!
Ich habe leider erst heute geholfen den Preis ein wenig zu heben. :) Aber ich tat es!
nun schaun wir mal!
Nachdem das ursprüngliche Drill Programm von 2000m bereits 2x auf insgesamt 6000m erweitert wurde, sind nun nochmal zusätzliche 3285m (15 Bohrlöcher) beauftragt worden.

Da scheint man mit den bisherigen Funden wohl ganz zufreiden gewesen zu sein ! :D


http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Golden-Hope-Mines-Resumes-Its-…


Golden Hope Mines Resumes Its 2010 Drilling Campaign


TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - 07/12/10) - Golden Hope Mines Limited (TSX-V:GNH - News)(PINK SHEETS:GOLHF - News) is pleased to announce that diamond drilling on its properties in the Bellechasse Belt of Southeastern Quebec has resumed following a short summer break for the Forage Mercier Inc. crews.

The 2010 diamond drilling campaign began on April 13. On June 30, 5232.5 metres were completed on the Bellechasse-Timmins deposit. An additional 633 metres was drilled on the Beland 2009 Anomaly which lies 6.2km southwest of the Bellechasse-Timmins deposit. A total of 5865.5 metres in 27 holes were drilled prior to the summer break. Core logging, sawing, and sampling are in progress, with assay results expected shortly.

Based on information from the work completed to date, 3285 metres of additional drilling in 15 holes is planned for the next four to five weeks. Nine of these holes are spotted to test extensions of recently discovered zones on the Bellechasse-Timmins deposit. The map showing the location of these holes can be examined on the company's web site at www.goldenhopemines.com/userfiles/file/Presentation2010.pdf. In addition, three holes are planned on each of the Sugar Bush and Laval's Mountain gold indicator soil gas hydrocarbon anomalies.

Drilling requirements are reviewed on an on-going basis. Additions to the currently scheduled drilling can be expected as the program progresses.

The Bellechasse-Timmins deposit includes the previously known Ascot, T1 and T2A and T2B zones with at least eight more parallel quartz-filled gold-bearing brecciated zones in diorite either intersected in drill holes, exposed at surface, or both. The area explored to date is slightly more than 600m wide. Mineralization has been traced by diamond drilling from the southwestern outcrop of the T1 Zone approximately 900m to the northeast on the extension of the Ascot/Road Zone and remains open both to the northeast and to the southwest.

The T1 zone is exposed on surface for about 110m and measures up to 50m across strike. The deepest diamond drill intersection is 300m below surface and shows mineralization visually identical to that bulk sampled at surface.

The T2A and T2b zones are up to 30m wide, have been followed for over 300m along strike and intersected by diamond drilling as much as 250m below surface.

The T1 zone is estimated to give at least 11,000 tonnes per vertical metre and the T2A and T2B zones together account for approximately 8,000 tonnes per vertical metre.

Data on the Ascot/Road Zone structure suggests 5600 tonnes per vertical metre for the 400 metre portion drilled. The zone remains open to the northeast.

Diamond drilling is adding to the number of new zones. T1-type, T2-type, and Ascot-type bodies are indicated, and will be defined as the drilling program progresses.

This drilling has indicated extensions to the known mineralization and located new zones in previously unexplored ground. Data have accumulated rapidly, greatly assisting understanding of the deposit.

The mineralization currently being investigated is classified as as:

T1-type: Auriferous quartz filling brecciated diorite in plug-like protrusions from the intrusive.

T2-type: Auriferous quartz filling elongated breccia zones in the body of the intrusive, or in ridge-like apotheosis on the back of the diorites.

Ascot-type: Auriferous quartz in disorganized to massive quartz veins in the volcanic rocks that were intruded by the diorites, probably located above T2-type zones in the intrusive.

The Bellechasse Belt continues to give great encouragement.

The Beland 2009 Anomaly, 6,200 metres southwest of the Bellechasse-Timmins deposit, was tested by three diamond drill holes to investigate the cause of a strong soil gas hydrocarbon response for gold.

The apparent cause of the SGH anomaly is a 9m thick zone of quartz veining which shows traces of galena and sphalerite throughout, with fine visible gold at 193.7m in DDH BB-02. This and two other intersections are being processed. The structures tested are tentatively classed as Ascot-type.

Further drilling at Beland will be considered when sampling results are available.

Laval's Mountain SGH gold indicator anomaly lies 9.25km northeast of the Bellechasse-Timmins deposit. The Sugar Bush SGH gold indicator anomaly is located 5.3km northeast of the Bellechasse-Timmins deposit. The original Beland prospect lies within the company's Bellechasse Belt claim group a little more than 1km southwest of the Beland 2009 Anomaly. Prospecting has shown indication of auriferous mineralization occurring along a strike distance of about 17 kilometres within this part of the company's claims in the Beauce-Bellchasse region.

Other Environments Encountered within Our Claim Group

Ultrabasic Environment

Geological mapping, prospecting, geochemical surveying, and geophysical studies continue on company mineral claims located within approximately 110km of the belt of serpentinites and ultrabasic intrusives from north of St-Fabien to Riviere Cinq near Chute du Bras west of the Chaudiere River.

Geophysical surveying of the copper-nickel prospect at Talon is completed. Geochemical surveying and geological mapping will be completed shortly.

Diamond drilling of a SGH response on Crown Land near St-Luc for both base metals and gold is scheduled as soon as necessary permits are obtained.

Prospecting and geological mapping in the Chute du Bras ultrabasic intrusive continues to follow up auriferous mineralization discovered in the fall of 2009.

Volcanic Environments

Field work continues to confirm the widespread occurrence of predominantly volcanic and volcanoclastic rocks in the Bellechasse area. Geological mapping of the FSG area is almost completed. Geological mapping and prospecting of the large base metal and gold SGH anomaly suggests diamond drilling is required to determine the source of both the gold and base metal responses.

James E. Tilsley, P.Eng is acting as the qualified person (QP) for Golden Hope in compliance with National Instrument 43-101 and has reviewed the technical contents of this release.

About Golden Hope Mines Limited:

Golden Hope is a mineral exploration company that seeks to grow shareholder value through the acquisition, exploration and development of potentially large-scale gold and base metal projects suitable for underground and/or open-pit mining. The company's focus is in Quebec, Canada. The Bellechasse gold project in Southeastern Quebec includes the Timmins 1, Timmins 2 and Ascot gold zones, the new FSG volcanic environment targets and a number of recently claimed ultra basic/serpentine bodies. For further information on Golden Hope Mines Limited please visit www.goldenhopemines.com.

Forward-Looking Information:

This release includes certain statements that may be deemed "forward-looking statements". All statements in this release, other than statements of historical facts, that address future production, reserve potential, exploration drilling, exploitation activities and events or developments that the company expects are forward-looking statements. Although the company believes the expectations expressed in such statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those in the statements. Various factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements. These include market prices, exploitation and exploration successes, continued availability of capital and financing, and general economic, market or business conditions. Investors are cautioned that any such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements. For more information on the company, investors should review Golden Hope's registered filings at www.sedar.com.

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.


FANTOMAS
Und hier im Nachgang noch der Auszug aus dem Report von James West (Midas Letter):


http://www.midasletter.com/news/100707_Golden-hope-mines-exp…



Golden Hope Mines Expands Gold Discovery with 6 Kilometer Step-out
By James West
MidasLetter.com
Wednesday, July 7, 2010

I first wrote about Golden Hope back in 2008 when the company was trading at around $0.12. At the time, I wasn't overly excited about the project, because it just didn't seem to have too much potential in a deteriorating market where investment banks had all but rolled up the carpets and sold the furniture. My subscribers who were paying attention then would now be up over 700% on that investment.

Now I've practically begged company president Frank Candido to engage me as an I.R. consultant because I truly believe that the size potential of this still under-the-radar company has gone ballistic. And as you read on, you'll find that there are many in the industry who agree.

I visited the project on Friday, June 17, 2010, and that visit confirmed what I already suspected. Specifically, that the gold mineralized quartz system that underlies a 20 kilometer stretch of the beautiful and pastoral Bellechasse region of southern Quebec is prolific and (so far) continuous. The potential of this deposit is truly enormous, in my perhaps not so mumble opinion.

Exploration Excellence
I've been around a few exploration programs in my day, and so have what I consider to be a very good eye for organization in such an environment. I'm pleased to report that the entire process and facilities overseen by exploration team leaders Dany Boilard and Paul Nicholls, bear all of the hallmarks of industry best practices. Sample bags, core, grab samples, and pulps are meticulously catalogued and organized – a crucial protocol for understanding the invisible geology beneath one's feet. Interpreting drill core and extrapolating gold distribution figures is a fine art, and Chief Geologist James Tilsley has developed expertise in the craft that is universally acknowledged and respected among mineral scientists.

But while protocol and procedure are very important, it's the data that are of primary concern to investors. Golden Hope's programs have thus far proven successful in terms of proving up mineralization over a vast area.

It's an odd approach, but Jim Tilsley's instructions to his team of geologists and technicians have thus far worked in direct opposition to the essence of the orders.

"My team is tasked with killing this deposit," he says. "I want them to shoot holes in the theory that this is one big district scale potential. I want them to wreck the premise that we are dealing with a newly identified gold belt. So far, they've done a lousy job."

What he means is the more his team tries to come up with data strategies and analysis that might call into serious doubt such theories, he's finding that in every new piece of evidence gathered only strengthens the concept.

Interestingly, the nature of the project's mineralization makes results from drilling less reliable than bulk sampling, and so the company has devoted more time to bulk sampling.

According to the company's press release of June 17 this year:

"Diamond drill cores give good geological data, but their small size (approximately 5kg/metre) severely limits their ability to provide robust grade estimators for the breccia zones. Assays of diamond drill cores from the Bellechasse-Timmins zones tend to underestimate the true gold concentration. This is illustrated by comparison of assays of drill cores taken a short distance below surface with assays of bulk samples blasted from immediately overlying trenches. Consequently, for exploration purposes, quartz-bearing zones that show values greater than approximately 100ppb are considered mineralized and warrant further attention."
Bulk Sampling Results
So what has the bulk sampling program proven? Well, for one, its showing that gold values from surface across all trench sites suggest the accessibility of the ore body and ease of initial exploitation should continuing exploration unequivocally demonstrate the economic viability of the zone.

This main zone, Timmins 1 as it is referred to by the company, sits on land that the company already owns, and so it was of course the logical site to start with the bulk testing.

The Bellechasse-Timmins deposit includes the previously known Ascot, T1 and T2A and T2B zones with at least eight more parallel quartz-filled gold-bearing brecciate zones in diorite intersected in drill holes, exposed at surface, or both. The area explored to date is slightly more than 600m wide. Mineralization has been traced by diamond drilling from the southwestern outcrop of the T1 Zone approximately 900m to the northeast on the extension of the Ascot Zone and remains open both to the northeast and to the southwest.

The T1 zone is exposed on surface for about 100m and measures up to 50m across strike. The deepest diamond drill intersection is 300m below surface and shows mineralization identical to that bulk sampled at surface.

The T2A and T2b zones are up to ~30m wide, have been followed for ~300m along strike and intersected by diamond drilling as much as 250m below surface.

The T1 zone is estimated to give 11,000 tonnes per vertical metre and the T2A and T2B zones together account for ~8,000 tonnes per vertical metre.

Diamond drilling is adding to the number of new zones. T1-type, T2-type, and Ascot-type bodies are indicated, and will be defined as the drilling program progresses.


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FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.816.920 von Fantomas96 am 14.07.10 00:16:27129 Mio Aktien, das sind 72,2 Mio CAD. Fantomas, sind die das wert?
Bisher bohren die doch "nur"?
z.B. SVL steht kurz vor Produktionsbeginn und sind keine 55 Mio CAD wert..., hmmm.
Aber der Markt hat eben immer recht.:confused:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.817.060 von Timesystem1002 am 14.07.10 01:34:32Bin bei SVL nicht auf dem Laufenden, was haben die denn anzubieten an Ressourcen ?

Wieviel wären Dir (oder dem Markt) denn 4 Mio. Unzen Gold (in the ground) wert ?

Noch nichts bewiesen, das ist richtig, aber gute Chancen auf sogar noch mehr !

Vielleicht kannst Du ja mal kurz die Daten von SVL zum Vergleich hier zusammenfassen.

FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.817.060 von Timesystem1002 am 14.07.10 01:34:32moin TS1002,

mit SVL- MK liegst du nicht richtig - fully dil. haben wir lt.
akt. pres. 06.2010 knapp 78mio shares, so daß sich auf basis
gestr. SKs von cad 0,97 eine MK von ca 76mios ergibt !!!



schau mal rein.....sind noch ne reihe andrer int. infos zu
entdecken.........

http://www.silvercrestmines.com/uploadedFiles/images/SVLCamb…

:look:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.817.860 von hbg55 am 14.07.10 09:38:02hgb

Du hast natürlich recht. Ich bin aber nicht von Fully ausgegangen... in der Präsentation rechne Sie auch nur mit Issued&Outstanding...

Auf jeden Fall fangen Sie mit der Produktion an, 35.000 Unzen Gold +600.000 Unzen Silber p.a., dafür erscheinen Sie nicht teuer. Mit der Reserven und Ress. können Sie mit Golden Hope nicht mithalten, muss ich mir noch einmal ansehen.


Gruss ts
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.818.143 von Timesystem1002 am 14.07.10 10:18:44Hallo Timesystem

Du hast natürlich recht. Ich bin aber nicht von Fully ausgegangen... in der Präsentation rechne Sie auch nur mit Issued&Outstanding...

Also ich gehe immer von fully diluted aus, vor allem, wenn die Optionen / Warrants "in the money" sind !

Alles andere ist nur Augenwischerei, denn es gibt Firmen die haben auf ihre "issued and outstanding" nochmal die gleiche Anzahl Optionen und Warrants draufgepackt.

Werden die Optionen nicht "in the money" gehievt in der zur Verfügung stehenden Zeit, gibt es einfach eine Verlängerung oder Preisanpassung.

Verfallende Optionen, die nicht gleich ersetzt werden, habe ich sehr selten gesehen.

Daher bei mir immer "fully diluted" !


Zu SVL:

Resource ordentlich (low grade, not very high tonnage), niedrige Kosten, aber nur begrenzte Produktion (7-8 Jahre) plus bereits gehedgede Finanzierung, trotzdem unterbewertet.

Zu GNH:

kein 43-101, gute Drillergebnisse und noch besseres bulk sampling von 2007-2010, neue Explorationsmethode von ActLabs mit SGH (soil gas hydrocarbon = "gold sniffer"), die offensichtlich eine fast 100% Trefferquote bewirkt (drilling mit 2 Gramm per Tonne , bulk sampling mit > 3 Gramm per Tonne).

Vielleicht ein 20km langer "gold belt" auf der GNH Property. Kurzfristiges Ziel des Managements sind 100 Mio. Tonnen goldhaltiges Gestein (langfristig ein Vielfaches, vgl. z.B. Osisko).

Das wären 100 Mio. t x 2 gpt (konservativ) = 200 Mio. Gramm Au / 32 = 6,25 Mio Unzen Au.

6,25 Mio. Unzen x $ 70 per ounce in the ground (Industriedurchschnitt) = $ 437,5 Mio. MarketCap / 130 Mio. Aktien = $ 3,37 je Aktie !

Soviel zu meiner Bewertung.

Gruß,

FANTOMAS
Als ich dieses Bild sah, mußte ich wieder an den Threadbeginn denken, wo man sich über Goldexplorer lustig machte (Stichwort: Schrottplatz Travemünde).

Ist zwar nicht von der GNH Property, sondern von einem Ort (Balmertown) in der Red Lake Area, wo nach Gold gebohrt wird.

Interessanterweise geschieht das direkt auf einer Strasse durch den Ort.

Schon seltsam, oder ? Da schaust Du orgens aus Deinem Fentser beim Frühstück und blickst auf ein mönstöses Drill-rig direkt vor Deiner Haustür.

Das alles bewirken die Gesetze in Kanada: der Grundstückseigentümer hat nur die "Oberflächenrechte", Besitzer der "mining claims" genießen die höhere Priorität und dürfen auf ihren Claims (deren Grundstückseigentümer sie NICHT sind) nach Bodenschätzen suchen.

So entstehen dann Situationen, wie auf diesem Foto aus dem Ort Balmertown, Red Lake, Ontario:




Im Fall von Osisko ist sogar (fast) die ganze Stadt Malartic umgesiedelt worden, um eines der größten Goldvorkommen in Kanada zu erschließen.

Ich hoffe jedoch, dass Golden Hope versucht, Osisko diesen Titel bald streitig zu machen, 6 Mio. Unzen aus einer einzigen Zone wären da schon mal ein guter Anfang.
Und hier müßte weder eine Stadt umgesiedelt werden, noch gibt es eine Problemsituation durch den Einfluß von First Nations Communitites.

Also: drillen, drillen, drillen !

FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.822.557 von Fantomas96 am 14.07.10 21:50:12
"neue Explorationsmethode von ActLabs mit SGH (soil gas hydrocarbon = "gold sniffer"), die offensichtlich eine fast 100% Trefferquote bewirkt ..."


Hallo Fantomas,

Kannst Du mal sagen, was an dieser Methode anders/besser ist??


Ansonsten: Mir war überhaupt nicht bewusst, welche "Dimension an Spekulation/Erwartungen" hier im Raum stehen. Vergleiche mit Osisiko sind schon ziemlich heftig(oft bemüht, bisher fast immer zu Unrecht) -mal schauen, ob das Tatsache gerechtfertigt ist.

Gruß
P.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.837.685 von Popeye82 am 18.07.10 09:30:29Hallo Popeye,

zur SGH-Methode von ActLabs verweise ich auf ein ausführliches Dokument:

http://www.goldenhopemines.com/userfiles/Activation%20Labs%2…


Ein paar Stichpunkte:

- aus der Forensik abgeleitetes Verfahren
- spürt diverse Metalle/Mineralien anhand von Gasen aus Oberflächenproben bis in Tiefen von über 500 Metern auf
- bereits seit 1997 im Einsatz und auch von diversen Branchengrößen (Western Mining Corporation, BHP-Billiton, Inco, Noranda, Outokumpu, Xstrata, Cameco, Cominco, Rio Algom)unterstützt, scheint dieses System sehr zuverlässig zu funktionieren
- GNH hat hierdurch zusätzliche 4 high-priority targets auf ihrer Property identifiziert, deren Bohrergebnisse jetzt bald veröffentlicht werden (man hörte von einer 100% Trefferquote mit visible gold).


Zum Osisko-Vergleich:

ja, es sind noch "early days" für GNH, aber Osisko hat auch nur 2 Jahre gebraucht, um das Potential von Malartic nachzuweisen.
Osisko hat jetzt 215 Mio. t in der M&I Kategorie mit Goldgehalten von durchschnittlich 1,22 g/t nachgewiesen. Das sind 8,46 Mio. Unzen Gold.

GNH hat durch Drilling bisher ca. 2 g/t nachgewiesen, durch bulk sampling sogar zwischen 3-10 g/t.

Jetzt will man durch Drilling der Timmins Zone (inkl. Ascot, 88 Zone, Road Zone und der aktuell entdeckten Snow White Zone) nur in diesem kleinen Gebiet (1000 x 600 Meter) 100 Mio. Tonnen goldhaltiges Gestein (mit mindestens 2 g/t, also höher als Osisko) nachweisen.
Das wären dann bereits über 6 Mio. Unzen, und dann kommen noch die oben angesprochenen, SGH Targets, wo (nach Gerüchten) bei den 3 weiteren Zonen (Beland, Sugar Bush, Laval´s Mountain) ebenfalls erfolgreich (mit "visible gold") gebohrt worden sein soll.
Sollte das stimmen, könnte von einem durch "hydraulic fracturing" (Chefgeologe Tilsley) entstandenem Deposit über die Gesamtlänge und mit einer Tiefe bis zu 1000 Metern ausgegangen werden. Das wäre dann ein Vielfaches von 100 Mio. Tonnen goldhaltigem Gestein !

Aber wie gesagt, noch "early days" und die 2010 Bohrergebnisse stehen ja noch aus.
Allerdings ist der ursprüngliche Kontrakt über 2000 Meter schon zweimal auf 6000 Meter erweitert worden (27 Bohrlöcher) und kürzlich wurden nochmal zusätzliche 3285 in 15 Bohrlöchern kontraktiert. Könnte man einiges reininterpretieren ! :)

GNH eine weitere Osisko ?
Viel bemühter Vergleich, wie Du schriebst, aber das Potential ist hier definitiv gegeben.

Ich habe mich entsprechend positioniert !

FANTOMAS
Letztes Wochenende gab es einen weiteren "site-trip" von Investoren.

Hier ein paar Auszüge:

http://agoracom.com/ir/GoldenHope/forums/discussion/topics/4…


My report and thoughts on the site visit
posted on Jul 18, 10 12:19AM

First, I had a great time during this visit and that was a combination of who I was with: Brattymac, Dreamer, Fintastic, Skier, Positive Carry, Plumber13&his wife, Youmetree, magicmaster, and Panning4Gold as investors and Frank Candido, Sasha James Tilsley and Dany Boilard for the company. Everyone had something to contribute and combined with terrific weather, made the whole experience one to remember for a long time.

I would like to thank Frank Candido and Sasha for being incredible hosts. These 2 gentlemen where not only very professional at what they do but lots of fun to be with. I believe both will go very far in life. We are lucky to have these guys to guide us in this journey.

Although they are both young for the position and responsibility they carry, they have the skills set to do things right for their shareholders. This can be seen with what I consider to be Frank's best decision: Bringing back James Tilsley! JT did a report back in 1985 or so on the property and when Frank found himself in charge (by default I might add), he knew he needed a geologist that could be trusted with the project. He went thru the historical records and liked the research paper that JT had done and the rest is history as they say. Frank is not a geologist but he knows his weaknesses and finds ways to turn them into strengths. JT being added means that Frank's weakness in Geology is no longer a problem. Frank also knew the BoD was weak but he did not rush out to fill seats just to fill them. Marc Drouin and Bob Stocks are terrific additions that are here because of Frank's personal skills and enthusiasm for the company-the 20km belt potential did not hurt his negotiations though.

Sasha got stuck with me for alot of the time and was great company. I pushed him hard on timing of assays but he never took the bait. While staying very professional and fun, he explained where things stood and said the word that is now made famous by JJ: SOON!!!

I was lucky enough to sit beside JT for lunch and had some quality time to ask the questions I wanted answered. I asked him how long he has been mining, his answer, all his life. He then proceeds to tell me he was born on mine and would get paid a dime for every gold nugget he would find after a rainfall. He started doing this at the age of 4-5 years old and has had the gold bug ever since!

He then went on to explain hydraulic fracturing, how super hot water in the form of a wedge with a point as sharp as a single molecule of water would cut thru the diorite like a hot knife thru butter. To make his point, when we got to the site, he picked up a rock that had 2 quartz intrusion in the shape of wedges. To me, I would of not given this rock much thought but with his explanation, I could see and understand what he meant. What a perfect example of hydraulic fracturing and now I get it.

What comes next is very important and needs some blind acceptance at this point. However, knowing JT and his reputation, I would be very surprised if this theory of his proves out to be false. When they are talking tonnage potential, they are always taking this to be from ground level to the 1000m mark. Most of us here, if not all of us have a problem with that since our deepest hole only goes to 300m or so vertically even though some holes are 420m long(50 degree angle or so).

It is hard for us to accept that we should calculate tonnage down to this depth when we do not have even 1 single hole to support the theory. But when you listen to JT talk, he has such a way of speaking that you know that not only does he think or believe this to be true but that it is for him a very plain fact like 2+2=4. He does not waiver at all about this 1000m thing and that is very reassuring. He explains that due to economics, the 1000m level is the financial cut off. When I pointed out that if/when the price of gold increases this will deepen (feeling pretty sure about myself with this statement) he responds: Only if the price of extraction does not climb as fast at the price of gold. This guy has an answer for everything I tell ya. However brilliant he is though, he is the most gracious host and as he explains these things to our group for what must be his upteenth time, he is still excited about telling/educating us and his enthusiasm for the project is impossible to hide.

He explained to me in more details after more probing by my incredulous mind why the 1000m is not an issue even if we have not drilled it yet. For hydraulic fracturing to occur, you need a system so big, that it would be many thousands of meters thick, 2-3 thousand meters minimum and this is why it is very logical to him to be certain about his 1000m of mineralization assertion. After listening to him talk about this for a while, I am now of the belief that he is right and will work with that as a fact until proven otherwise.

We then discussed the 100M tons proven up shortly written in the NR. He pointed out that Timmins 1 has had lots of work done on it historically and recently and we are reasonably assured of 30M tons of rock grading about 3 g/t. He then brought up Snow White and the 6 dwarfs-apparently, grumpy left lol!. He explained that from the early work done on Snow White, it will come in at least as big as Timmins 1, probably a little bigger. These 2 deposits then make up 60-70M tons of ore. They have proven out 12 veins so far. They lost one when they found out that the road zone and the Ascot zone are actually the same zone but then found another vein near zone 88 to bring them back to 12. So he expects these other 10 veins to be 4M tons on average each for 100-110M tons of rock.

Now, there remains lots of work to be done to be able to prove this up but this is what JT currently believes is in the 1kmx600m section that we are drilling presently. Frank said that by Christmas, we should have a very good idea if the drilling has confirmed this and that is the "shortly" that was indicated in the NR. Things can of course change in regards to timing and that is why they did not commit themselves in the NR but this is their plan if things work like they want.

There was a French gentleman there that is now an investor but that used to own his own drilling company and drilled this property for Osisko back in 2003. He felt so strongly about the project back then that he even worked 3 months without getting paid. That said alot to me. The company at that time was running low on funds and he insisted on continuing to drill and he is the one that found Timmins 2. However, this ended up being his last hole on the property as the JV between Osisko and GNH officially ended at that time. However, he believed in the project so much that he always kept his eye on the property and now is an investor in GNH!

He will also be able to help us with our biggest problem which is cutting cores. Our current 2 man team with the equipment they have are cutting 70m per day. He explained that the saw was not ideal and that he would help the company out and try to find us a better saw at a very good price. When he had his own company, his guys would do about 100m average per guy...we are averaging 35 per guy so lots of improvement should be made in this regard in the next little while.

The core that will grade 80-120 g/t according to JT was from Snow White as I understood it, not from Beland. Beland had VG but nothing this high. However, I will comfirm this with the company Monday or if someone from the company reads this and can comment of PM me, it would be greatly appreciated.

While we were there, they were drilling near zone 88 and were pulling diorite/quartz which Dany commented was the best source for higher gold concentration. The pulled about 40ft of this good stuff while we were there. Brattymac had a great anology to explain that the highest grade is not found in pure quartz but in these zones of mixed quartz/diorite. He likened this scenario to fishing and that the fish are not in the middle of the lake where there is only water but rather, they are near drop offs/weed beds and this made alot of sense to me and I thought Brad was pretty smart with this analogy!

As a final note, I want to comment on the teamwork and the enthusiasm that exist by everyone working within this company. The excitement is palpable. JT has told the team that this is like winning the Stanley Cup in your first year as a rookie and that these guys should not expect the rest of their career to be as successful as they are being right now. I think investors would be smart to think in this fashion again. Some of use feel pretty smart for being here since the price was in the teens but it may be hard to repeat this level of success with other investments.

Glorieux

PS: Please keep in mind that for me and most of the group that visited the site, this was our first site visit. We have nothing to compare it too and none of us are geologist or have any or very little experience in geology.


FANTOMAS
http://agoracom.com/ir/GoldenHope/forums/discussion/topics/4…


Site Visit
posted on Jul 16, 10 09:28PM


Awesome stuff, yet again.

Here's a quick update, more to come when I'm feeling less tired.

In a nutshell, this still simply just blows my mind except this time the project is much more advanced and Tilsley appears to be having a much harder time 'killing' the idea that this is not a gold deposit of major significance...and beyond.

They are up to 12 of these parallel zones and open on both sides. I remember when they thought they were good to go 2.

The drill was turning nearer the 88 Zone on what I suppose is now the Snow White zone? There was a drill hole even further south that went underneath the 88 on a 50 degree angle for over 400 metres which found another quartz/diorite zone.

The core shack is meticulously organized.

We had a gorgeous day, and I believe one guest was wearing heeled sandals while touring the property. Not exactly roughing it. Mind you, when comparing the mountains and dangers of some other less civilized and hostile mining regions, we can't forget to bring up the marble sized horseflies that inhabit the Beauce. They don't bite, but they also don't appear to mind landing on your face on occasion.

I have added some photos to the library that you can find by clicking on the PHOTOS bar on the left hand side of the screen.

There is a picture of that incredible VG in the core. JT estimated that this sample would have measured approximately at 120g/t if it were sent to the lab. There's one of our nuggets that we are trying to hit, and I think they expect to find much bigger and better than that.

My personal favourite photo is the picture of some beautiful mountains off yonder. That, my friends was taken from the back of a pick-up truck at the Beland Area and you are looking at Timmins, Ascot, Sugar Bush and finally Laval's Mountain as far away as you can see. There's our potential of 20km of strike....which is pretty wild.

A great quick story - Tilsley said that the Beland area where they performed the Geochem which had the best results of them all, and where they recently found VG (visible gold) was actually a MISTAKE! The co-ordinates on the GPS differ slightly for some reason of exactly 1km, something to do with Quebec and the GPS system...so they meant to do the soil sampling further West by 1km where there is an outcrop of quartz sticking up into the road.

Not bad eh? You miss your target by 1km and you get some of your best results. That's like me sculling my 3 iron 210yds up the centre of the fairway...it's a good miss!

I still maintain that this is looking like it could be the largest gold deposit in the history of the world in the most favourable region of the world to mine it. I guess investors will have to decipher whether or not their DD leads them to believe that this could be true, or not.

Unfortunately, I don't think current management will ever come close to proving this as it would probably take years and millions to drill this entire stretch out...just getting permission to drill on someone's land can take several months by the sounds of it. The have to comply eventually, but it can take time if they refuse to sign immediately.

Great times, and as always - it was a pleasure to meet so many great people and enjoy a night in a very, very busy Quebec City.

Special props to Real for helping guide me for about an hour as we got lost on the way to the hotel and was so positive during a frustrating time.

And to Plumber13's wife. Anytime you want to learn about Golden Hope Mines, just give me a call. I'll dumb it down for you so you can understand it and talk about it in a way that a woman can relate to this story. This is what I said I do for my wife. Eww...the table simply had a field day teeing off on me for that one. Yikes, bad move Brattymack...lol...I didn't mean it like that!

I'll post more stuff later when I'm not feeling so dumb and tired...



FANTOMAS
Und hier noch einer mit ein paar Bildern zum Text:


http://agoracom.com/ir/GoldenHope/forums/discussion/topics/4…


Buy Buy Buy
posted on Jul 15, 10 09:12PM


OK, that is a little over the top as a title but it is how I feel after touching, feeling and seeing the property. I do not have time to go into to much details right now but 3 things that struct me.

1-They intend to prove 100 Million tons of ore with T1,T2, Snow white (new name for unidentified zone), zone 88. It does not include Ascot or anything else. They plan on having this proved up by Christmas. This is about 9M ounces, just crazy but a real possibility, a strong possibility IMO.

2-You see the mountain range on that side over yonder, about 6km away, we own all that. You see the mountain range on this other side over yonder about 8km away, we own all that. It is crazy the land we own up there and this could be another Val D or!


Blick von Beland zu Laval´s Mountain


3-Credibility: Remember the core with 18 VGs. Well, on the other side, it had no VG at all. When they cut it, they could of sent all 18 VGs to the lab and had ridiculous numbers coming back. They did not do this. They cut the core in half to send half the VG to Act Labs and keep the other half. JT did a quick calculation and said that this piece will grade between 80-100 g per ton. These are ridiculous numbers and one of those anomalies that counter balance the zeros we get from assays.


Bohrkern mit "visible gold"



VG hier in Nahaufnahme


Anyways, G2G will post more in depth tomorrow!

Glorieux




FANTOMAS (Bilder mit Unterschriften von mir eingefügt)
EMail Antwort von Sasha (PR) auf Anfrage eines Investors :

http://agoracom.com/ir/GoldenHope/forums/discussion/topics/4…


"Hi Sasha,

I know you can't tell me when assays or news is going to be released but just humour me a little, after all it has been awhile since any substantial news.
So,
a/ would be soon (two weeks)
b/ would be mid-term (by the end of August) and
c/ would be I'm going to piss myself waiting..................

Now Sasha I know that you may not be able to answer the above but just reassure me that all is well and everyone is as positive as they were the last time we spoke (about a month ago).

I know on Agoracom there are a few that post quite enthusiastically and some that have actually visited the site, all with extreme confidence of Golden's future. I am just an anxious shareholder patiently waiting!!!

I trust that you understand the boredom of the moment and can humour me!"

SASHA'S REPLY

Ken,



I am going to have to say somewhere between A and C and most likely in the range of B. We are already well behind my initial estimates for getting results back which has frustrated me plenty. However, progress is being made at a great pace in Bellechasse and we should be on target for our 100Mt. We will also be testing Sugar Bush and Laval's Mountain in the next few weeks.


We are just as anxious as you to get the results. We are all still very very positive and upbeat and we can't wait for the summer doldrums to finish up. I believe that the patient investors will be rewarded with GNH.


Best regards,


--
Sasha Asgary
2010 Stock Market Holidays - Stock Markets Closed

•New Year's Day - January 1, 2010
•Family Day - February 15, 2010
•Good Friday - April 2, 2010
•Victoria Day - May 24, 2010
•Canada Day - July 1, 2010
•Civic Day - August 2, 2010
•Labour Day - September 6, 2010
•Thanksgiving Day - October 11, 2010
•Christmas Day - December 27, 2010 (in lieu of December 25)
•Boxing Day - December 28, 2010 (in lieu of December 26)


FANTOMAS
Und hier ist endlich der sehr lesenswerte Report von James West in seinem Midas Letter:

http://www.midasletter.com/GNH/GNH_Site_Visit_July9_2010.pdf


Einige Zitate:

"Let me state at the outset that I am a paid consultant in
investor relations for Golden Hope Mines as of June 23
of this year. I lobbied hard to get the gig, and its my first
investor relations contract since starting the Midas Letter."


"Now Iʼve practically begged company president Frank Candido to engage me as an I.R.
consultant because I truly believe that the size potential of this still under-the-radar company has gone ballistic."


"I visited the project on Friday, June 17, 2010, and that visit confirmed what I already suspected.
Specifically, that the gold mineralized quartz system that underlies a 20 kilometer stretch of the beautiful and pastoral Bellechasse region of southern Quebec in two layers is prolific and (so far) continuous.
The potential of this deposit is truly enormous, in my perhaps not so mumble opinion."



FANTOMAS


http://www.theaureport.com/pub/na/7075


James West: Financial System Headed South



Source: Brian Sylvester of The Gold Report 08/13/2010


Midas Letter Editor James West is one of the sharpest minds in the gold business, and he puts his money where his mouth is. He owns gold equities, ETFs, coins and even a share of a private Peruvian mine. "Gold is the best investment at this time," he says, a thesis based on the "counterfeiting" of paper currencies and inevitable collapse of the global financial system. In this Gold Report exclusive, James suggests several ways to profit along the way.

The Gold Report: James, in a recent issue of the Midas Letter you said, "The world, according to gold, is in an absolute mess." We're not in a gold price mania, so how can the world be in an "absolute mess?"

James West: You say we're not in a gold mania, but that depends on the perspective of time. If you look at the gold price chart for the last six months, it has appreciated slightly from $1,075 in February, touched a high of $1,260 in June and is now a bit below $1,200. But from the 10-year viewpoint, it has increased about 500%. I would classify this as a very long and slow sort of mania, which might, in technical terms, be a contradiction. Perhaps mania is not the right word. But there has been an ongoing accumulation of gold by a lot of different investment entities around the world since 2000. It continues more or less unabated on a macro level.

TGR: How high do you see gold going?

JW: Well, that's another funny question. When people ask, "how high do you see gold going?" it's like saying, "how long is a piece of string?" It depends on the timeframe. Where is it going to be in 30 days? It could be up $100 or it could be down $100, but it's not going to be at the price it is today. If you're talking a year's time, I think the price is going to be a little bit higher. Gold has been growing at an average of $87 per year for the last 10 years, so if I were going to predict where the price is going to be in five years I would say $1,635. Where is it going to be in 10 years? There are many factors that can come to bear there.

TGR: What sort of factors?

JW: The printing of money is one way to look at inflation. That is going to continue unabated for the near term because all the G8 governments have more or less embraced the idea of quantitative easing or stimulus. I prefer to think of it as counterfeiting. They are printing money that has absolutely no relation to anything of value. No commodity, no currency. There is sort of a tacit collusion going on among the G8 Nations, and especially China. China says, "OK, we'll keep buying your treasuries and we won't sell them as long as you don't give us a hard time about our human rights abuses and our unwillingness to let the yuan float freely against other currencies." That's why I say that the world's in a big mess, according to gold, because you've got this situation where no one can afford to acknowledge the reality.

This tacit collusion has resulted in a collective untruth being the primary foundational circumstance upon which our financial system is built. To me that's like an inverted pyramid. As long as everybody keeps pushing on either side at exactly the right pressure, the pyramid can continue to balance on its pointy little head. But if one side gives even the slightest or pushes a little too hard or gives up on the support that they're giving, then the pyramid becomes much more difficult for the other entities to support and it's going to come falling over.

TGR: That's an interesting metaphor.

JW: That's the metaphor that I like. All of these different G8 entities and financial groups push on the pyramid, keeping it on its pointed head while all the governments keep printing money and pouring it on top, making the pyramid larger and more unwieldy. This is unsustainable. The systemic problems that are causing this unwieldy imbalance have accelerated in the last 10 years. We're headed to a point where this thing is going to fall over because it's built entirely on a falsehood—that we can continue to print money with abandonment and that's the way to run an economy, and nobody's ever going to call the loan.

TGR: Do you think that will ultimately result in a global deflationary scenario or an inflationary scenario?

JW: Both. I mean the inflationary scenario is happening now, as is the deflationary scenario to some extent. We've got all this money flowing into the system, but it's only flowing into selected segments. The banks that have been threatened by real estate loans that are now underwater because of the global devaluation in real estate are the recipients of most of this stimulus. Little of that stimulus is filtering down to small businesses and small employers on Main Street America. None of the benefit of these big institutions being rescued filters down to them. In those segments of the economy, there is a deflationary phase where there is no money flowing in. Nobody is spending money. Nobody’s renovating their homes. Nobody’s getting their trucks tricked out. All these little fringe businesses are stagnating. There's a lot of evidence to support that even in the mainstream media. In the Midas Letter, we find the stories to support the theory that this is all an illusion and these guys at the top of the food chain are in fact crooks. Until there's some major systemic change this is going to continue.

TGR: You talked about a line in the sand. What's the next leg down that will tell us that this line in the sand has been crossed?

JW: There are a few key indicators that everybody follows. First and foremost are the stock markets; they are the canary in the coal mine. The first sign that things are about to go very haywire is when those markets start dropping by 4%, 7%, 10% in a single session. When you see the market dropping off by huge quantities, you know that people are running for the hills. Now it's going to be difficult to see that because the President's working group has all these mechanisms to prevent the market from dropping more than a certain percentage in a day before it's shut down. That gives the government time to come up with something to stem the panic selling, so that indicator is not going to be readily available like it was in 2008 when we saw the Lehman Brothers crash.

Another sign would be when the big hedge funds are cashing in their chips and sitting in cash. Other indicators are already flashing warning signs. The Baltic Dry Index, which is one of my favorites, has dropped by half since the end of May. That means that the movement of commodities has fallen by half since then. Commodities are the building blocks of all industries. When the commodities fall off like that, it's indicative that there's a general absence of demand for raw materials. That's a serious sign that the point of no return has been crossed. You will know the financial stimulus, which had the net effect of offsetting the inevitable, has run its course and can't rescue the system. The deterioration in economic activity levels has resumed. Those indicators are the increased number of foreclosures in metro areas throughout the United States, and the spike in unemployment since mid-2009 that remains high.

TGR: Indeed. You have that graph on www.midasletter.com that talks about the U.S. Department of Labor numbers, which claim about 10% unemployment. But there are other sources on your chart. One says U.S. unemployment in July was 16%, while another one says 24%. Which one do you believe is closest to the truth?

JW: I believe that John Williams' ShadowStats is the closest to the truth. John has been hired by large institutions to predict various things. One of his earliest clients was a large manufacturer of commercial airplanes. They were looking to develop an economic model for predicting passenger miles. They essentially used GDP to predict what that would be, but their model wasn't working effectively. So they hired John Williams, who is an economist, to figure out what was wrong. He realized that the statistics that the government was putting out were not accurate because of their faulty method of determining GDP. He went into the data and fixed the model. Then he started to remodel all the government data and many other sources of data, stuff like retail sales and trade deficits, inflation versus production numbers, durable goods, home sales, housing starts. For all of those there's the government version, and then there's John Williams' version. I know some of John Williams' clients, and they unequivocally state that they put more faith in his numbers than they do in the government's numbers.

TGR: How should people get exposure to gold?

JW: That depends on your risk profile. If you're in the later stage of life and you've got assets that provide some kind of fixed income, then you want to go with the most conservative exposure to gold, which would probably be bullion. The problem with owning bullion is that if you can't protect it, you set yourself up as a target. Barring that, I think the best way to own gold is probably through the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSE:SPY), which actually buys and holds physical gold. But if you're actually going to use gold as an instrument for trading goods, then that indicates that a line in the sand has been crossed and the financial system has crumbled. And you've got this hyperinflationary phase where it takes a wheelbarrow of cash to buy a loaf of bread and an hour later it takes two wheelbarrows. I caution that if you're going to own an ETF and the whole financial system turns to rubbish, an ETF is not going to be tradable. But let's assume that's not the case and you just want to expose yourself to gold as an investment; the conservative position is an ETF or bullion. Moderate risk would be senior gold producers. Higher risk would be junior producers. Highest risk exposure to gold would be gold explorers.

TGR: You hold positions in all three categories.

JW: I hold gold in every position imaginable. I am a participant in a gold mine in Peru. I own shares in milling operations in South America. I own gold dust, gold bullion, gold coins. I have some positions in ETFs. I have some senior producers, some mid-tier producers, some junior producers and some junior explorers.

TGR: Would you consider yourself a gold bug?

JW: No, I wouldn't because I really have no use for gold personally. It's just the best investment at this time.

TGR: Are there any circumstances under which gold is not a good investment?

JW: Oh, absolutely. Let's say we have a world full of economies that shepherd their currencies responsibly and circulate only money that is essentially the equivalent of their GDP and their asset base divided by their population. There would be no reason to own gold. The systems that issue money should own the gold. If we lived in a world where our governments and our financial institutions and systems were trustworthy, there would be no reason to own gold and invest in gold.

TGR: Well, that's not going to happen anytime soon. You hold about 50,000 shares in Western Pacific Resources Corp. (TSX.V:WRP), which is under The Gold Group umbrella. You like the management there, people like Simon Ridgway, Warwick Smith. Is your position in Western Pacific based on who is involved, or is it a combination of who's involved and its assets in Nevada?

JW: It's a Catch-22 because whoever is involved has allowed them access to these assets. The asset that I'm most excited about is this Mineral Gulch in Idaho, which had historical production of 525,000 ounces. These guys acquired the property simply for the cost of staking, which I think was about $28,000. Before this, Curt Everson and Eric Sanderholm were with US Gold Corp. (TSX:UXG, NYSE.A:UXG), which is actually Rob McEwen's company. Before that they were with Nevada Pacific Gold Ltd. and its Magistral mine, which is now part of US Gold. Everson and Sanderholm discovered Magistral, and that's US Gold's most productive asset. Collectively they're responsible for the discovery of over 30 million ounces of gold in their careers. I get very excited when I see a team like that get together with guys like Simon Ridgway and Warwick Smith, who have financed over $300 million in deals in the last three years—when a lot of people couldn't raise a dime. Then I see a project like Mineral Gulch that produced 525,000 ounces in oxide mineralization in a Carlin-style system, where deposits start off small and often get bigger as they get deeper. They could be into 5–20 million ounces in sulfides. That's what they're about to drill on. That's what gets me excited about that company.

TGR: You take something of a brokerage style-approach to investing in these companies. For you, it's not about properties reaching production, it's about the shares appreciating over a given period of time. That's kind of how brokerages look at equities. How much are you looking for Western Pacific to appreciate over the next six months?

JW: Well, let's look at some of the other deals done recently. For example, let's look at Focus Ventures Ltd. (TSX.V: FCV).

TGR: Another Gold Group company.

JW: Yes, that's right. They hit about 20 meters of 5 grams per ton on their Nueva California property in Peru. The stock took off to around $1.40 from $0.60. It was a 100% double. When it does 100% I tend to exit my position, or at least half of it if I think there's a lot more to come. In this case I acquired the Focus shares in September and sold them all in less than six months; I doubled my money as did all of my subscribers. Basically the value proposition of my Midas Letter is that I offer my subscribers "the potential" to double their money or better in 6–12 or 18 months, in 8 out of 10 picks. That's our average. Nobody is going to be 10 for 10. I basically live and work and exist exclusively in the resource industry and have for 20 years, and that's why I can consistently make those calls.

I'm looking at Western Pacific's drill program. We know that they've produced 520,000 ounces from several pits. We know that the previous operators left behind several pits, so Western Pacific's team would drill where they knew they were going to hit gold. Then they would get a lift in the share price, and be able to raise money for an expanded drill program, which would be a responsible way to manage a company. The greater the share price at which they raise the capital, the less dilution they suffer every time the company spends a dollar.

TGR: Back in March, you told us about Antioquia Gold Inc. (TSX.V:AGD). The company was then trading at about $0.40. It's about $0.23 now. Do you still see value there?

JW: Oh, yeah. Absolutely. First of all, Antioquia is in Colombia. The size of some of the deposits there are simply huge. When I first visited the property last year, we were talking about only a 19-square-mile land package on which there was something like 90 artisanal operations actually ongoing or recently closed. We expected to see some great drill results; what we got were some OK drill results. A lot of people ran for the exits because it was Colombia and they expected fantastic results similar to those of Ventana Gold Corp. (TSX:VEN). Instead, they only got Greystar Resources Ltd. (TSX:GSL) results. They got 4.4 meters of 16 grams gold and 11 meters of 5.4 grams. If it wasn't in Colombia, the stock would've probably held on a lot better. Antioquia has a lot of drilling coming up. At the current price, I just can't see why you wouldn't pick up Antioquia and hold it. They are going to continue drilling, and they've got a bigger set of targets now than they had then.

TGR: Another gold play in South America is Colossus Minerals Inc. (TSX:CSI). You've exited your position in Colossus, but management there has proven adept at raising money and creating value for shareholders by taking that stock from around $0.50 to around $6.50 now. Colossus is making a push toward production at Serra Pelada, a high-grade precious metals project in Brazil. Could that stock be poised for another bump up if it brings that project to production?

JW: Oh, absolutely. You know if you want to compare Colossus to another company that's done well, you can compare it to Red Back Mining (TSX:RBI) (which was acquired by Kinross Gold Corp. (TSX:K; NYSE:KGC) since this interview). In 2002, Red Back was trading at less than a dollar. The Lundin Group took it over and also its Chirano gold mine in Ghana. Red Back additionally has the Tasiast gold mine in Mauritania. I wrote about Red Back at $6, and it's now at $26. Colossus has the potential to do exactly the same thing based on the strength of Serra Pelada. I follow guys like Colossus CEO Ari Sussman. He's also got a project in Colombia called Continental Gold Ltd. (TSX:CNL). We wrote that one up at $2-something and it's already trading well over $3. There's another one that's going to go. They bought the choice assets from Grupo de Bullet S.A. in Colombia. Grupo de Bullet was the largest private landholder of gold claims in Colombia, until they passed a law more or less forcing divestiture of anything that wasn't going to be producing income anytime soon. Ari's got the cream of that crop.

TGR: You seem to follow people. Who else do you follow?

JW: I follow George Salamis who was most recently CEO of Rusoro Mining Ltd. (TSX.V:RML), operating in Venezuela. Some would say that George was not a successful CEO because the share price more or less halved in the few years that he was the CEO. But during his CEO-ship, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez told him that he would have to sell most of his gold to the government of Venezuela at half the spot price, which made it impossible to make money. Despite putting 17 million ounces into a 43-101 resource, the company still trades at below $0.40 because they can't get any money out of the country. George got fed up and he left. He's now with Edgewater Exploration Ltd. (TSX.V:EDW); they're part of the Featherstone Group. Featherstone are the guys who put together Terrane Metals Corp. (TSX.V:TRX), which is now controlled by Goldcorp Inc. (NYSE:GG; TSX:G) and is a huge success story. Edgewater is what we refer to as "Red Back Junior" because it's got the Enchi Gold project, 25 kilometers south of the 250,000 oz./year Chirano Gold Mine that Red Back is operating. Red Back owns roughly 9% of EDW, which is a strong indication of their belief in the project.

TGR: Where was Salamis before EDW?

JW: Before he was with Rusoro, George operated mines with Placer Dome and with Cameco Corp. (NYSE:CCJ; TSX:CCO). He's got real-world mining company experience. When you see the combined forces of Featherstone Capital and George Salamis and the Lundin Mining Group, it's going to be a homerun.

TGR: What other companies are you following?

JW: I'm focused on the juniors that have the potential to hit the huge homeruns like Golden Hope Mines Ltd. (TSX: GNH). GNH is operating a project in Québec that has a 20 km. strike length. It looks like it could be a whole new gold belt. It's a great story. In 2003, Osisko Mining Corp. (TSX:OSK) drilled 5,000 meters on the property that Golden Hope is now exploring.

Another one that recently got my attention was NioGold Mining Corp. (TSX.V:NOX; OTC:NOXGF.pk). I've been in and out of it several times. They just did a deal with Aurizon Mines Ltd. (TSX:ARZ; NYSE.A:AZK) based on their Malartic gold project, which is also in Québec. NioGold has done this joint venture with Aurizon where they're going to partner up and bring an enhanced level of exploration to Malartic. NioGold CEO Mike Iverson has been patiently connecting dots between all of these smaller, older mines for the last five years. He's finally drawing the attention of Aurizon, which isn't a major but a mid-tier producer. It's a brand new day for NioGold and it's trading at about $0.30. There's one that could easily be a double. That could happen in weeks. If it goes to $2.60 it's a "ten bagger," which is sort of the Holy Grail in resource investing.

TGR: Could you leave us with one more pick?

JW: Minera IRL Ltd. (TSX:IRL) is another one that I should've mentioned. It just recently listed on the TSX. It's been trading on the AIM Board in London for several years. It's got projects in Peru and Colombia. I know one of the directors, Frank Kelly, so I've been getting the details on these projects and following their progress. I just think it's going to be a winner.

Publisher of Midas Letter, James West has devoted 20 years to helping small companies in the resource sector—helping them raise money, further their projects, build their identities and get their stories in front of investors on the lookout for quality investments with excellent returns.

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DISCLOSURE:
1) Brian Sylvester of The Gold Report conducted this interview. He personally owns 3,500 shares in Antioquia Gold.
2) The following companies mentioned in this interview are sponsors of The Gold Report: Antioquia, Aurizon, Goldcorp, Western Pacific, Terrane and Colossus.
3) James West: I personally and/or my family own shares in the following companies mentioned in this interview: Golden Hope Mines and NioGold. I personally and/or my family am paid by the followinh companies mentioned in this interview: Golden Hope Mines and NioGold.
Schon wieder eine Erweiterung des Drill-Programms ! Seltsam ? :D


Golden Hope Mines Limited Extends its 2010 Drill Campaign by an Additional 5000 Metres

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Golden-Hope-Mines-Limited-iw-2…


TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - 08/18/10) - Golden Hope Mines Limited (TSX-V:GNH - News)(PINK SHEETS:GOLHF - News) is pleased to announce an additional 5000 metres of diamond drilling on its properties in the Bellechasse Belt of Southeastern Quebec.

The 2010 diamond drilling campaign began on April 13. On June 30, 5232.5 metres were completed on the Bellechasse-Timmins deposit. An additional 633 metres were drilled on the Beland 2009 Anomaly which lies 6.2km southwest of the Bellechasse-Timmins deposit. A total of 5865.5 metres in 27 holes were drilled prior to the summer break.

On July 12 the company resumed its diamond drill campaign and announced an additional 3250 meters of diamond drilling in 15 holes, of which 8 holes (2081.3 metres) are now completed. This portion of the current campaign has focused exclusively on the Bellechasse-Timmins portion of the mineralized Bellechasse Belt.

Included in the remaining portion of the previously announced drilling of July 12 as well as the additional 5000 metres currently planned are holes on the Sugar Bush and Laval's Mountain gold indicator soil gas hydrocarbon anomalies as well as 2 deep holes of approximately 700 metres each at Bellechasse-Timmins. By drilling these deeper holes, the company hopes to confirm that the deposit has mineralization at depths between 500 and 600 metres below surface. The deepest hole drilled to date at the Bellechasse-Timmins deposit is BD2010-127 (434m) of the current campaign. The core showed visible gold at approximately 390m. The end of this -55 degrees hole reached a depth of 355.5 metres below surface.

Golden Hope Mines continues to carry out further soil gas hydrocarbon geochemical surveys over and adjacent to the Bellechasse-Timmins gold deposit. These geochemical surveys have proven to be an effective tool for establishing further drill targets. The SGH surveys have permitted the company to follow the mineralized zones along strike as well as to define the different structures within these zones. The mineralization is still open in every direction. In order to reach its goal of defining the large tonnage potential of the Bellechasse-Timmins deposit, a total of 1100 additional soil samples have been collected to the northeast and southwest of Bellechasse-Timmins covering an approximate area of 1.3 square kilometres. An additional 329 samples were also collected in various other prospective areas to test their potential. Results of these surveys should be received within 4-6 weeks.

The company is also currently analyzing and interpreting drill data from the previously completed drill campaign and expects to report the results to the market as soon as possible.

"We continue to be very encouraged by the drill campaign so far. Our drill plan is expanding more aggressively than previously expected and we are excited by this opportunity to define this deposit, which keeps on growing with every drill hole. We are well capitalized and want to use the funds as effectively as possible to deliver value to our shareholders" states Frank Candido, President, Golden Hope Mines Limited.

James E. Tilsley, P.Eng is acting as the qualified person (QP) for Golden Hope in compliance with National Instrument 43-101 and has reviewed the technical contents of this release.

About Golden Hope Mines Limited:

Golden Hope is a mineral exploration company that seeks to grow shareholder value through the acquisition, exploration and development of potentially large-scale gold and base metal projects suitable for underground and/or open-pit mining. The company's focus is in Quebec, Canada. The Bellechasse gold project in Southeastern Quebec includes the Timmins 1, Timmins 2 and Ascot gold zones, the new FSG volcanic environment targets and a number of recently claimed ultra basic/serpentine bodies. For further information on Golden Hope Mines Limited please visit www.goldenhopemines.com.


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Nach James West (Midasletter) ist jetzt offensichtlich auch J. Taylor (miningstocks.com)

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mit von der Partie:

Golden Hope Mines Limited

Business: Exploring for gold in Beauce region of Quebec

Traded TSX: GNH

U.S. OTC: GOLHF

Initial Price 7/30/10: US
.534

Shares Outstanding: 101,136,216

Market Cap: $57.7 million

Fully Diluted: 129,711,987

Cash Position: $2.3 million

Progress Rating: “C”

Telephone: 416-363-1240



Web Site: www.goldenhopemines.com



The story here is fairly simple. Golden Hope Mines is on to what could turn out to be one of the most exciting new gold discoveries and district plays in Canada this year. The company’s project consists of the Bellechasse Gold Belt in Southern Quebec, Canada. The property is located on a mineralized belt that is mostly owned by Golden Hope Mines Ltd. and includes the Bellechasse (Timmins) Gold Deposit, the FSG Volcanic VMS Target and a number of recently claimed Serpentinite (Ultra-Basic) geological formations. The location relative to Quebec City and Montreal is shown on the map on your left. The company had very encouraging drill results reported last year with grades around 2 grams per tonne. However, given a nugget effect, it is myunderstanding that average grades from bulk tonnage have been closer to 3 grams/tonne. Currently a very aggressive drill program is being carried out

with some 20,000 meters expected to be completed this year. And with that, hopefully the company can compile a 43-101 resource. What’s exciting the people close to this project are the favorable, widely space results. Prospecting has shown indication of gold mineralization occurring along astrike distance of about 17 kilometers within a part of the company’s claims in what is known as the Beauce-Bellechasse Region. On September 14, I have scheduled Frank Candido, the president of Golden Hope, to participate in my radio show, Turning Hard Times into Good Times. By then the company should have reported quite a few drill results.

The report I get from the field is that the drill core looks favorable, but of course the truth will be in the assays. For now, recognize this is a highly speculative exploration play that brings with it considerable risk. However, as exploration plays go, this looks like a very good bet to come up with something big. The potential for outlining a multimillion-oz. near-surface gold deposit in what is the most pro-mining environment in the world makes this one stock you may want to consider owning a few shares of. If it hits big, even a few shares will sweeten your portfolio very considerably.


The property map below shows the extent of the Golden Hope claims. Using the 20-kilometer scale above, you can quickly get a sense of how large this area play is. This has been an area of Quebec that has had little attention paid to it until now. Given Golden Hope’s exploration success, a staking rush has been set on fire in this region. And returning to the area is one of the most impressive new growth companies in Canada—namely, Osisko Mining Corporation, which had been in this area but dropped their claims. Osisko is planning to produce more than 600,000 ounces per year starting in 2012. The dropping of its claims in the Bellechasse area created a headache for Frank Candido when he set out to promote Golden Hope. He was frequently asked the following question by wise guy investors. “If your property is so good, why did Osisko leave?” Not only has Golden Hope’s successful drill results given hope for its own success, but Osisko is back and a host of other companies

also have joined the fray in search of the yellow metal in this largely ignored area of Quebec.



MANAGEMENT


Frank Candido, President, Director - Mr. Candido has played an extensive role in the restructuring and recapitalization of Golden Hope Mines Limited since mid 2006 through his numerous contacts in the financial industry, both with institutional and accredited

investors. Mr. Candido joined the Board of Directors at Golden Hope Mines and became Vice President in October 2007. Mr. Candido was then named President in August 2009.

Mr. Candido's career in corporate finance began as principal/partner of Optimus Asset Management Inc. (“Optimus”), a Montreal based company that he co-founded in 1994. Optimus is a firm specializing in the financing and consulting of early stage and micro cap companies both private and publicly held.

Mr. Candido is a graduate of both Concordia University and McGill University in Montreal, Canada. He has successfully completed his CSC (Canadian Securities Course) and his Series 3 (United States) as a registered Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA).


James E. Tilsley, P.Eng. Chief Geologist – QP - James Tilsley whose career experience has spanned the globe has over 45 years experience as a Geologist. Mr. Tilsley has worked on exploration, development and evaluation of mineral deposits and mineral environments in North, Central and South America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, Indonesia and Greenland. A prolific contributor to industry journals, Mr. Tilsley’s has an impressive breadth of expertise.


Dany Boillard - Field and Logistics Manager - Mr. Boilard has been a prospecting exploration consultant on the Bellechasse belt since 1988. Mr. Boilard has experience in the exploration of base metal and precious metal environments in the Appalachians (the Bellechasse belt) and for Diamonds in Nunavut. Mr. Boilard is experienced in all aspects of exploration; from grass roots exploration

to grade evaluation process and methodology. Mr. Boilard possesses strong leadership and organizational capabilities.


William C. Needham – Director - Mr. Needham is Managing Director of ALCO, LLC, a corporate advisor to several developing companies. Over the years, Mr. Needham has served as an independent director to a number of public and private companies. He has served on both audit and compensation committees.

Mr. Needham spent 12 years at the investment-banking firm of Oppenheimer & Co., where he held numerous positions, including directing functions of the back office, the syndicate department, and as a registered broker, managing accounts of institutional and high-net-worth individuals and as a specialist in the firm’s corporate leveraged buy-out business. Mr. Needham holds a BA degree from Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut. Under an AIESEC Fellowship in international

banking, he worked in England and Norway with Privatbanken A/S.



The Bottom Line


This is a high risk/high reward exploration play. With good results from some 20,000 ft. of surface drill results, the market could begin to price these shares much higher by the end of summer. An allocation of up to 5% of one’s portfolio can wisely be put into a stock like this during a bull market in gold. As I have been saying, this is a gold share bull market of a lifetime. If Golden Hope is successful in their goal of outlining a multimillion-dollar deposit, a ten- or twenty-fold rise in the price of these shares is not out of the question. Even higher returns than that are not out of the question. Investors must be prepared, however, for delays and even disappointments in their “payday.” That simply goes with the territory when it comes to investing in this high risk/high return sector. If you can’t accept that risk, then focus more on the producers.



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GOLDEN HOPE MINES LTD(CDNX: GNH.V)Last Trade: 0.66
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Bid: 0.65
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Jay Taylor Update vom 27.August 2010:



Golden Hope Mines Ltd.

Business: Exploring for gold in the Beauce region ofQueec

Web Site: www.goldenhopemines.com


This past week I visited Golden Hope Mines’ Bellechasse property located about 120 kilometers southeast of Quebec City. I took the time to visit this property because I believe it could become a major gold deposit in an area of Quebec that has not received much gold exploration attention until now, when early work by Golden Hope is suggesting a major new gold belt for this gold rich province may be in the making.


The potential of Golden Hope’s property to host a very major gold deposit seems to be quite high given:
a) bulk sampling and trenching results,
b) drill results and
c) a 17- kilometer long-strike length of the gold bearing structure on Golden Hope’s Timmins/Ascot claims shown in the map below, not to mention numerous other claims of promise in the district also shown on the map below.


The blue lines shown on the map represent the host gabbro, diorite rocks for gold. What is shown of course is on the surface so those dioritic structures may spread out horizontally at depth. But note on surface the extensive area within the green claim boundaries where those blue lines occur. Those are for sure drill targets for Golden Hope. Again, the 17 kilometer structure we are talking about covers only a small area of claims by Golden Hope and so far, within that small area, only a tiny amount of it has been drilled.


Golden Hope’s prospects have many things going for it that many projects do not have. When I visited the property, we drove by road right to it. There is abundant power and water and labor in the area. There is no apparent metallurgical problems with the company’s gold mineralization that would lead to low recovery grades or to any environmental issues. And as noted, the province of Quebec is second to none when it comes t omining legislation and an even-handed approach between environmental responsibility and the economic needs of the province. I only wished the U.S. would be so sensible in its approach to clean and responsible mining.


Golden Hope’s Challenge


Good as its prospects appear to be at this stage of its development, investors need to be aware that Golden Hope has one challenge important challenge it will need to address. If it can explain the technical issue of the “nugget effect” effectively to the market, it need not be a problem. If it is unable to do so however, it could mean the company fails to realize the full market value for its stock.

For those of you who may not be familiar with what we mean by a “nugget effect” it has to do with the erratic distribution of gold in the ground. When gold mineralization is disseminated over a large area and is evenly distributed, then you can confidently say that drill hole data are representative of gold mineralization throughout a deposit.

However, if you have some larger specks or “nuggets” of gold that appear sporadically in a deposit, once in a while you may have a drill core that provides a spectacular reading of gold and many others that have very low readings.

In the case of Golden Hope, thus far drill results are showing an average of about 2 grams of gold per tonne. However, the bulk sampling of those same structures at surface provided an average grade of 3 grams per tonne or a 50% increase over the drill samples. The problem for the company is that they are permitted by regulation to report only drill core and to factor only drill core into their resource calculations. To a great extent that makes sense since bulk sampling is only from surface and drill core is at depth. So, without bulk sampling at depth, it is impossible to say with 100% certainty that the grade at depth is equal to the grade at surface. Yet it appears highly likely that is the case, at least given the geological theories being proposed by the company’s head geologist and given what is known about drill core assays at depth.

Don’t get me wrong. Surface deposits grading below 2 grams can make for profitable mining operations if the geometry and other conditions are appropriate for low-cost, open pit mining. But if the structures are not sufficiently wide such that a large amount of waste rock needs to be mined and milled, a higher grade may be required to render a project economically viable. In fact, there is a second area on the company’s claims that is or soon will be drilled in which the company’s geologist believes may have the kind of dimensions that could allow it to be an open pit mine. But if the company can effectively educate the markets to understand the likely potential (if that indeed is the case) for this deposit to be of a much higher grade than what is revealed by diamond drilling and NI 43-101 numbers, these shares should then over time more fully reflect the upside potential for this ocmpany’s Belleghese prospect.In my summary in my initial recommendation of this stock I said the following:

“The Bottom Line: This is a high risk/high reward exploration play. With good results from some 20,000 ft. of surface drill results, the market could begin to price these shares much higher by the end of summer. An allocation of up to 5% of one’s portfolio can wisely be put into a stock like this during a bull market in gold. As I have been saying, this is a gold share bull market of a lifetime. If Golden Hope is successful in their goal of outlining a multimillion-dollar deposit, a ten- or twenty-fold rise in the price of these shares is not out of the question. Even higher returns than that are not out of the question. Investors must be prepared, however, for delays and even disappointments in their “payday.” That simply goes with the territory when it comes to investing in this high risk/high returnsector. If you can’t accept that risk, then focus more on the producers.”

How do I feel after having visited the company’s property and had a chance to speak with the company’s lead geologist this past week? I think my initial “Bottom Line” summary is about right. However, having visited the property and having seen the extensive area and realizing how big this thing could be, I now feel the odds of success in outlining a major deposit may be somewhat higher than I initially thought.

That said, as with all junior exploration companies, the cost of proving up a deposit is considerable. So, the ability to generate interest from the investment community in this company’s project by effectively conveying the upside potential beyond NI 43-101 numbers will be very important in driving the share price higher and in that way efficiently funding (minimal dilution) the company’s future exploration activities. Indeed, the one thing I came away with following my visit to the Golden Hope project is that the major challenge facing management now is properly marketing the prospects of this company’s Bellechese property in light of the statistical challenges with respect to reporting gold values given NI-43-101 regulation. I will be watching this company’s progress carefully in the weeks and months to come with great interest.
If the drill holes continue to provide 2 grams per tonne over a large area and if future bulk sampling on surface continue to provide values of 50% or more from those same drilled structures, it will help me in my mind to become confident that the real grade here is more like 3 grams (0.0965 oz/ton) than 2 grams (0.0643 oz/ton). At today’s gold prices, that translates into a difference of between $116 per ton and $77 per ton.

Regardless, at this juncture, this is an exciting exploration play that has the potential to become one of Canada’s more outstanding new gold discoveries. We should know a lot more as current drill results pour in and hopefully you will tune into Turning Hard Times into Good Times when I interview Frank Candido on September 14th.



FANTOMAS
52 Wochen Range: 0,04 CAD-0,74 CAD, ich habe nur davor "Angst", wir stehen fast oben...
Kann natürlich immer weitergehen...bis zu dem Tag, als alles anders war.
Fundamental hat Fantomas sicherlich Recht.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.063.988 von Timesystem1002 am 29.08.10 20:16:09Das ist auch meine Angst TS!

hab GNH auf der watch

aber


da gibt es auch Stimmen die sagen zu Hoov (dieser Experte aus Agoracom)
100% mistrused him... he speeks with forked tounge...

ich werde erst mal zuschauen bei GNH und auch bei TME

Gruss

GG
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.064.202 von GroovelessGolf am 29.08.10 22:04:13mistrusted?
weiss gar nicht obs das Wort gibt....anyway

Hoov ist sicherlich einer derer ,die ozz die Ahnung haben und ich glaube eigentlich nicht, dass er irgendwelche Anleger in die Irre leiten will, um finanzielle Vorteile daraus zu schlagen.

GG
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.064.210 von GroovelessGolf am 29.08.10 22:09:20Tja, Leute, der CAD 0,20-Zug ist leider vor 3 Monaten abgefahren !

Wir sind Nahe am 52-Wochen-Hoch und die über 11.000 Meter an Drill-Ergebnissen stehen noch aus.

3 Mio. Unzen Gold bis Weihnachten ?

Unmöglich ?

Wir werden sehen !

Und Larry (Hoov) Hoover ist zwar nah dran an der Company und hat diese schon bei Kursen deutlich unter CAD 0,20 empfohlen, aber meine Aussagen beruhen auf meiner eigenen Recherche.

Die nächste Finanzierung ist über CAD 1,00 und es gibt einiges Back-up von Bay Street und angesehenen Analysten.

Die Appalachians werden das nächste große Gold-Camp in Kanada und es gibt hier noch einige weitere interessante Player (muß aber da erst meine Due Dilligence noch beenden).

Aber wer sich nicht traut, auch ok, vielleicht kommt sie ja nochmal auf unter CAD 0,50 zurück, dann werde ich auf jeden Fall nachlegen.

Kann aber genauso schnell in die andere Richtung gehen.

FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.064.202 von GroovelessGolf am 29.08.10 22:04:13ich werde erst mal zuschauen bei GNH und auch bei TME


Nicht TME, obwohl die auch interessant sind.

Schau lieber genauer zu TBM !

FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.064.315 von Fantomas96 am 29.08.10 22:58:54YES

TRIBUTE MIN TBM meinte ich

die kleine Klitsche im Ring of Fire, völlig unbescholten und taucht plötzlich hier auf...

Ich schätze deine plays sehr Fantomas, vor allem Deine nicht reisserische Art von wegen fundamentalen sondern seitens der intellektuelllen Art, jemandem etwas schmackhaft zu machen, ok wir sind hier bei Aktien, sonst hätte ich gesagt kauft Silber physisch ,
da kann man nix falsch machen im Moment, ausser man vernachlassigt die teuren Koalas Cocaburras und weicht auf die Billigware aus,die nur Unzen ausweisen....

Soo long

GG
GG

Deine Aussagen - gerade auch bezügliich Fantomas- kann ich nur ausdrücklich unterstützen.
Auch von mir besten Dank.

Grüsse
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.064.307 von Fantomas96 am 29.08.10 22:56:08Die Appalachians werden das nächste große Gold-Camp in Kanada und es gibt hier noch einige weitere interessante Player (muß aber da erst meine Due Dilligence noch beenden).

Damit Fantomas nicht die ganze Arbeit alleine machen muss... :laugh:

Kurze Recherche in der Mittagspause:

Auf dieser Karte...

http://www.fancampexplorationltd.ca/images/SEQCMAPLG.jpg

sieht man, welche Firmen neben GNH noch in der Gegend aktiv sind.

Thread zu Fancamp:

http://www.wallstreet-online.de/diskussion/1133052-1-10/fanc…


Neben Fancamp und „unknown“ ist das noch Bowmore/Osisko....

http://www.bowmorexploration.com/index.php

“THIS WEBSITE IS CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION” :confused:


http://www.osisko.com/en/press/2009/05/19/364/osisko-mining-…

Bowmore hat keinen Thread auf WO, nur Osisko:

http://www.wallstreet-online.de/diskussion/1129598-1-10/osis…

Allerdings würde ich Osisko nicht als Beauce-Spekulation sehen, dazu ist das Projekt derzeit noch zu unbedeutend.

Wer ist „unknown“!? Weiß da jemand näheres?

Freundlich Grüße
supernova
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.067.136 von supernova1712 am 30.08.10 14:06:16Supernova,

die FNC Karte ist von Februar (vor dem großen staking rush).

Hier mal eine neuere Variante:

http://www.goldenhopemines.com/UserFiles/Beace_Area_Claim_Ma…


Bowmore ist quasi Osisko (Osisko ist Mehrheitseigner und das Board besteht fast ausschließlich aus Osisko Management).

Es gibt noch viele private Prospektoren, die hier strategisch wichtige Claims in der Vergangenheit gestaked haben und diese z.T. jetzt an Explorer abgeben.

Für alle Interessierten dieses Area Plays empfehle ich folgenden Artikel aus dem Resource World Magazine, Mai 2010.

http://www.goldenhopemines.com/userfiles/media/RW_8-5_Quebec…

Alle Area Player aufgeführt, mal ein bißchen googeln und Homepages scannen !

Lohnt sich !

FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.064.346 von GroovelessGolf am 29.08.10 23:12:13GG,

danke für die Blumen !

Ich teile halt gerne meine Recherche-Ergebnisse und bin am Austausch interessiert.

Und schließlich gibt es hin und wieder ein wenig Geld zu gewinnen (aber auch zu verlieren !).

Physisches Silber ist gut, gehört auf jeden Fall mit ins Portfolio.


FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.071.135 von Fantomas96 am 30.08.10 23:28:18Wäre ja das erste mal gewesen, dass FNC eine aktuelle Homepage hätte :laugh:

Danke für die beiden Links, Fantomas.
Ich glaube, mit ein paar GNH und meinen FNC habe ich die Beauce vorerst mal ganz gut abgedeckt. Oder?

Freundliche Grüße
supernova
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.074.084 von supernova1712 am 31.08.10 14:13:10Ja, gute "Abdeckung" in Beauce, obwohl......

Nee, bin mit meiner Recherche noch nicht ganz durch !

Auf jeden Fall tut sich hier einiges und definitiv mehr als auf dem Schrottplatz in Travemünde !

FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.078.620 von Fantomas96 am 31.08.10 23:29:48Hi F96!
war es nicht Wanneeickel?:laugh::laugh:

hab heute USA / US Silver nachgelegt und verteuert, konnte nicht anders...
die producieren noch dieses Jahr 3 Mios oz AG

Werde GNH aber beobachten und bei einem ev.Absacker zuschlagen, kann mir grad noch 5 k leisteerade rosig isn, dann ist aber Senze,lol
Cash muss noch n bisserl in Reserve bleiben, will nicht wieder wie 2008 dastehen und nur zugucken..


Soo long

GG
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.078.648 von GroovelessGolf am 31.08.10 23:42:14Na, da war vorgestern ja noch ne Chance unter $ 0,60 (einer hat 1.5 Mio. PP shares zu $ 0,18 für einen 3-Bagger liquidiert und hält jetzt noch Warrants zu $ 0,25).

Glaubt Du, es geht dieses Jahr nochmal richtig in den Keller ?

Ich nicht !

Wir bekommen kein zweites 2008 mehr, meiner Meinung nach.

Aber Inflation in 2011 und weiter steigende PM Preise.

FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.092.918 von Fantomas96 am 03.09.10 06:49:23ja da hatte ich leider kein bid drin bei 0,56

muss mich nun sputen, bevor BE kommen...

will ja keine 2.Osisko verpassen:D

GG
GNH ,die beschäftigt mich grad...

hab jetzt ne Order in den unteren 50ern drinn, mal sehen, ob sich noch einige Cans von
Ihren shares trennen wollen, schliesslich haben wir langes Wochenende,Montag ist Lebertag oder is it LabourDay?:laugh:

Die armen GNH Shareholders haben Bauchschmerzen ....hoffe ich ...hehe

Was mir an GNH super gefällt ist, dass die in D nicht gehandelt werden,
und dass die hier neben FNC liegend eventuell ein riesiges Goldvorkommen
im sicheren Canada neu declarieren können... wenn Tonnage und Grades stimmen


Ev. muss ich ja teurer rein

probier das aber mal aus heute noch,quasi mit so einem stinky bid

soo long

GG
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.098.313 von GroovelessGolf am 03.09.10 19:45:35Das hat wohl nicht gefunzt....bin gespannt...wenn's nochmal so kommen würde, lege ich auch noch mal nach!

H__S
Bitte einsteigen und die Türen schließen !

Dieser Zug verläßt in Kürze den Bahnhof !





FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.129.617 von Fantomas96 am 09.09.10 22:55:21Hallo Fantomas,
ja, gut möglich. Evtl. kommt ja schon heute vorm WE so etwas wie "Kaufpanik" auf bei den Cans...
We will see....

Mit den Bohrergebnisse ist sicherlich nicht vor Oktober zu rechnen, oder ???

Gruß H__S
Ich tippe auf erste Bohrergebnisse in der nächsten Woche und danach sollte es in schöner Regelmäßigkeit News geben, ist aber nur so eine Vermutung.

Immerhin drillen die ja schon seit April (mittlerweile so um die 8000m gedrillt).

Bin gespannt.

FANTOMAS
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.135.066 von Fantomas96 am 10.09.10 21:33:37Wird schon Hand und Fuss haben, sonst hätten Sie das Drillprogramm wohl kaum verlängert...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 40.135.141 von Homer__Simpson am 10.09.10 21:45:33....und weiter gehts....jetzt CAD 0,71 :lick:

....bald geht die Post ab !
Transkript vom gestrigen Jay Taylor Interview mit Frank Candido (CEO):


Begin:

Jay Taylor - Welcome Frank.

Frank Candido - Thank you. Thanks for having me.

J.T. - I was with you, I drove up to your properties SouthEast of Quebec citya number of weeks ago. You definitely have something that’s very promising there.We’ll talk about that in just a second.Let me just say that Golden Hope Mines trades on TSX under GNH I believe. And over the counter under GOLHF where I purchased my shares.

F.C.-About 103 mil outstanding shares. Actual price is .69c (currently in mid .70’s).

J.T.