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Company Overview

West African Minerals Corporation (formerly Emerging Metals Limited) is focused on investing in natural resources companies and/or physical resource assets. The Company recently acquired 100% interest in Ferrum Resources Limited, a company which has built a portfolio of iron ore assets in Africa. The Company aims to become a major international iron ore mining and exploration group.

West African Minerals holds a 60.35% interest in six iron ore exploration licences that cover an extensive lease area of approximately 6,000 square kilometres in an emerging iron ore province in Cameroon, West Africa. In Sierra Leone, the Company has a 75% interest in five iron ore exploration licences. West African Minerals’ tenements are strategically located in close proximity to current advanced iron ore exploration projects and, as such, are well positioned potentially to contain mineralisation and benefit from the infrastructure being developed in the region.

West African Minerals plans to continue to identify and evaluate other possible opportunities for the acquisition of interests in natural resources projects or physical resource assets on a worldwide basis. The Directors will seek opportunities for investment in projects and companies which are, in their opinion, undervalued and may benefit from the experience and knowledge of the West African Minerals’ Board.

West African Minerals’ strategic objective is to acquire holdings in natural resources companies and/or physical resource assets which the Directors believe are undervalued. The Directors intend to take an active role in the management of such investments and estimate that they will be held for periods of up to five years.

The Company is seeking to acquire interests in natural resources projects (including but not limited to all metals, minerals and hydrocarbon projects) or physical resource assets on a worldwide basis. Projects may include (without limit) exploration permits and licences, processing plants, mines or oil and gas fields, which may be achieved through acquisitions, partnerships or joint venture arrangements. Such investments may result in the Company acquiring the whole or part of a company or project, and may include the Company taking strategic equity stakes in both public and private companies.

The Company’s investments may take the form of equity, debt, convertible instruments, licence rights, options or other financial instruments as the Directors deem appropriate. Forward transactions and derivatives (including puts and call options on individual positions or physical resource assets) may be used to gain exposure to resources or the securities of companies falling within the Company’s investment policy or to seek to generate income from the Company’s position in such resources or companies, as well as for efficient portfolio management. The Company may hedge exposure to foreign currencies if considered appropriate for efficient portfolio management. The Company would not however contemplate investments or acquisitions that carry a high degree of contingent risk or liability that is capable of imposing financial obligations upon the Company that it could not reasonably expect to meet.

The Directors believe that their broad collective experience in the areas of acquisitions, accounting, corporate and financial management together with the opinion of consultant experts in the evaluation and exploitation of natural resources projects who will assist them in the identification and evaluation of suitable opportunities, will enable the Company to achieve its strategic objective.

West African Minerals, through its wholly owned subsidiary Ferrum Resources Limited (“Ferrum”), holds an indirect 60.35% interest in six permits for the exclusive rights to explore for iron ore and associated minerals in areas referred to as Dja, Djadom, Lélé, Binga, Minko and Sanaga in Cameroon covering a total area of approximately 6,000 square kilometres (the “CMC Permits”). All the permit areas lie nearby either existing railway lines or a proposed railway line from Mbalam to Kribi.

The CMC Permits are held by Compagnie Minière du Cameroon SA, which is 95% owned by CMC Guernsey Limited, a 63.53% owned subsidiary of Ferrum. Ferrum has four joint venture partners in CMC Guernsey Limited: Deltec Bank & Trust Limited (2.35%), Generation Resources Limited (9.41%), Generation Resources Holdings Limited (10%) and Plinian Guernsey Limited (14.71%). Plinian Capital Limited is the managing operator of CMC Guernsey Limited. The principals of Plinian include Mr. Bradford Mills, who was the former CEO of Lonmin plc and has over thirty years of experience in the resource industry and Mr. Anton Mauve, who is a qualified geologist with over twenty years of experience in the resource industry.

The iron ore deposits of southern Cameroon, northern Congo and northern Gabon together form part of the Congo Craton Iron Province, an emerging iron ore target that is being explored in all three countries. The CMC Permits are situated in southeastern and southwestern Cameroon, on the northern edge of the Congo Craton. Those in the southeast are relatively close to, or abut, properties held by Sundance Resources and Afferro Mining and appear from published maps to be underlain by broadly similar geology. Local geologists have so far visited only the Dja, Djadom and the easternmost part of the Sanaga permit areas. Their activities were limited to assessing access to the properties and collecting six grab samples from the Sanaga licence, which yielded results between 14% and 54% Fe (magnetite-BIF).

The contiguous Dja and Djadom permit areas lie to the east and north of Sundance Resources’ Mbalam project, which has an Inferred and Indicated Resource of high-grade haematite of 521.7 million tonnes at 60.7% Fe. Historical aeromagnetic data indicate a continuation of the total magnetic intensity signature eastwards from the Mbalam project into the Dja and Djadom licences.

The Lélé permit area lies to the west of Mbalam and similarities exist with the geology of Afferro Mining’s nearby Nkout project, which has an Inferred and Indicated Resource of 2 billion tonnes at 32.15% Fe. The Sanaga permit area lies at the edge of the craton in Late Archaean/Palaeoproterozoic greenstone belts and is largely fault-bounded. Mapped occurrences of magnetite-bearing quartzites are shown to be similar to the geological configuration at Legend Mining’s Ngovayang project.

The planned work programme for the CMC Permits includes desktop assessments, aeromagnetic surveys, geophysical and geological mapping and a two phase drilling programme. Exploration will focus on the identification and delineation of haematite-rich direct shipping ore (DSO”). The current proposed exploration programme has been fully funded from the proceeds of a private placement undertaken by CMC Guernsey in July 2011.

Sierra Leone

West African Minerals, through its wholly owned subsidiary Ferrum Resources Limited (“Ferrum”), holds an indirect 75% interest in five exploration licences for the exclusive right to explore for all minerals over a total area of approximately 687 square kilometres in Sierra Leone (the “Sierra Leone Licences”). The Sierra Leone Licences are held by wholly-owned subsidiaries of Ferrous Africa Limited, in which Ferrum holds a 100% interest. Ferrous Africa Limited holds a 25% interest in each of the Sierra Leone Licences in trust for Sierra Resources Ltd to be effected upon completion of a definitive feasibility study on the respective Sierra Leone Licence. The operator of the Sierra Leone Licences is Ferrum.

The four tenements located in the north of the country are underlain by Archaean greenstone belt with potential for iron, gold and possible base metal mineralisation. The remaining concession, which is situated in the south of Sierra Leone, occurs in a region postulated to be prospective for gold. Three of the northernmost Sierra Leone Licences are adjacent to or on strike of the Kukuna project. Cape Lambert Resources Limited recently increased its shareholding in the Kukuna project from 47.4 per cent. to 100 per cent. for approximately US$80 million. The Kukuna project is a haematite deposit in Marampa Group schists with an exploration target of 1 to 2 billion tonnes at 30 to 40% Fe.

The fourth Sierra Leone Licence in the north occurs on strike of the Marampa project of Cape Lambert, a brownfields exploration project located near the historic Marampa mine. The Marampa project has a total Mineral Resource of 680 million tonnes averaging 28.2% Fe.

Ferrum recently completed an airborne magnetic and gamma spectrometric survey over the Sierra Leone Licences. The magnetic and radiometric data has generated geological and structural interpretation maps and defined specific target areas of interest within the licences for ground geophysics and drilling follow-up. A priority target within one of the northern licences is a strong magnetic unit under a cover of 70 metres. Additional 20 magnetic targets are identified for follow-up, with several possible kimberlite or carbonatite pipes. Initial geological mapping and field traversing work has been completed on the licences.

The Sierra Leone Licences are located in geological terrains prospective particularly for iron ore, gold and base metal mineralisation. The proximity to neighbouring iron ore projects is encouraging as are the results of the geophysical survey which identified specific magnetite targets. The proposed exploration programme includes geological mapping, ground geophysics, trenching and geochemistry analysis.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.592.427 von Goldbaba am 13.01.12 19:21:03
Könnte eventuell irgendwann mal interessant werden, aber wär mir aktuell nix.

Vor allem beim Eisen gibt es so eine riiiiiesen Auswahl an Explorer/Developern, da würde ich mir was konkreteres suchen.

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.593.935 von ooy am 14.01.12 08:36:04Bitte um Diskussions-Link,

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.595.047 von Goldbaba am 14.01.12 17:46:49Das ist doch nicht so schwer...
West African Minerals Aktie [WKN: / ISIN: VGG9544K1021]

ich gehe davon aus das es diese hier ist
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.597.537 von Elrond am 15.01.12 23:38:41stimmt.

Siehe auch oben.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.601.091 von Goldbaba am 16.01.12 19:08:04Hallo Goldbaba,

ich dachte, dass Du eher auf Gallium bei EML fixiert warst.

Du bleibst den BIG BOYS treu?

Die Ausrichtung der neuen WAFM ist eine völlig andere als EML.

Interessant wird der Wert durch folgendes:

The FT covers the West African Minerals (WAFM) story. It is a bit unusual for the FT to have an article on such a small, obscure company, but the focus of the short piece is on Stephen Dattels and Brad Mills.
Who is Brad Mills? A Telegraph article from last year has a photograph of him and says:-
“..... Mr Mills was ousted by Lonmin’s board in September 2008, at the peak of a hostile takeover battle with Xstrata, the London-listed miner.
Mr Mills had overseen a tripling in the company’s share price since taking the reins in March 2004. His success in turning Lonmin from an unloved offshoot of Tiny Rowland’s Lonrho conglomerate into a FTSE-100 favourite was helped by a global boom in platinum.
But the former BHP Billiton executive has a reputation as a tough, plain-speaking, operations man, well-suited to turning round a troubled but promising business like KazakhGold.”

(Posting bei iii-Polo)

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.609.329 von updax am 18.01.12 12:11:40Hallo updax,

gut Dich wieder anzutreffen.

ich dachte, dass Du eher auf Gallium bei EML fixiert warst.

Du bleibst den BIG BOYS treu?

Die Ausrichtung der neuen WAFM ist eine völlig andere als EML.

Ich hatte kaum eine Alternative, da die EML-Bestände einfach in die WAFM umgetauscht wurden und die EML zu verkaufen war damals nicht so einfach.

Aber wie Du siehst hat sich diese Ausdauer ja super gelohnt.

Ob diese Aktie auch wieder eine derartige Superdividende ausschüttet
wie ihr Vorläufer?
Überraschen würde mich das bei den notorischen BIG BOYS nicht sonderlich.

Ich hoffe Du bist durch diesen Umtausch nun ebenfalls dabei.

Wegen Gallium und Germanium bin ich eigentlich zur EML gekommen,
aber diese Aktivitäten sind ja vorerst abgeblasen worden.
Nein, ich war raus aus EML als sich dort nichts mehr tat mit Germanium etc.

War das jetzt bei EML nur eine Namensänderung oder ein Aktientausch?
Wurde EML 1:1 in WAFM getauscht? - Ich finde dazu keine Info.

Mir scheint, dass Dattels und Mellon WAFM als Beiwerk betrachten. Ihre Hauptaktivität ist das nicht. Noch nicht! :)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.613.895 von updax am 19.01.12 08:08:05Es war ein Umtausch

VGG3032P1036 EMM EMERGING METALS LTD 16.12.2011 VGG9544K1021 EMMW West
African Minerals Corp 19.12.2011 Umtausch 5:1

Aber warum plötzlich das Teil so abgeht, mit derart hohen Umsätzen,
kann ich nicht herausfinden.

Vielleicht planen D&M eine ähnliche Dividendenzahlung wie bei EMM?
Welche damals meine Einstandskosten übertraf.:laugh::confused:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.613.895 von updax am 19.01.12 08:08:05WAFM hat in den wenigen Tagen dieses neuen Jahres um 60 % zugelegt.


Hat das vielleicht auch mit dem steigenden Uranpreisnotierungen zu tun?

(China will weg von fossiler Stromerzeugung und dafür 100 neue Kernkraftwerke errichten.)

Zur Auffrischung:

Gratuliere allen Investierten, in nur wenigen Tagen hat sich dieser Wert verdoppelt.

West Afric Min

ISIN: VGG9544K1021
Symbol: EMMW

heute alleine +30,30 %

Berlin (EUR), 01.02.12 | 09:27
FTSE 100 5,859.73 1.18%
WAFM 17.24 2.93%

+0.49 (2.93%)
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Scheinen gute Nachrichten anzustehen.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.873.188 von Goldbaba am 08.03.12 19:29:05FTSE 100 5,892.75 0.09%
WAFM 20.00 14.29%

+2.50 (14.29%)
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.889.129 von Goldbaba am 12.03.12 18:19:30:eek::eek::eek:


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Bei 0,50 € werde ich über einen Verkauf nachdenken.

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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.905.254 von Goldbaba am 15.03.12 10:54:37Hat jemand Infos warum wir ständ:mad:ig steigen.......ich finde nichts :-[
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.905.557 von Dagobert1875 am 15.03.12 11:38:30 wie geil 200% Plus

super Ergebnisse

und keiner hat die Aktie auf Sicht....................

wie geil ist das denn???????? :cool:

Ich denke mal das Jim Mellon hier die nächste Mega Performance mit erzielt...........
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.100.074 von Dagobert1875 am 28.04.12 11:07:53Highlights
• 27,000 line km of aeromagnetic surveys targeting potentially high tonnage, 60-65% Fe content, hematite-rich mineralisation completed on WAFM’s six exploration properties in Cameroon.
• 30 discrete demagnetised zones covering over 100km2 in total area have been initially identified as potential DSO targets.
• Seven of the anomalies on the south-eastern permits have geophysical signatures similar to other major DSO deposits in the region.
• Board approval given to Phase Two of the exploration programme which will comprise of approximately 400 fifty metre holes (20,000 metres in total) to target DSO material overlying magnetite banded iron formation (BIF) bedrock.
• Government assurances given that the Company will be given equal access to proposed new port and rail infrastructure being built in the country.

Commenting on the results of the recently completed aeromagnetic survey and geophysical interpretation, Brad Mills, Executive Vice-Chairman of WAFM, commented:

“We are extremely pleased with the quality of data we have received from the detailed aeromagnetic survey of our six Cameroon permits. Preliminary geophysical interpretation of this data has highlighted a number of large, demagnetised areas that are highly prospective for hematite DSO ores. The significant size, abundance and quality of these aeromagnetic anomalies are extremely encouraging. Next steps will involve a significant programme of RAB drilling to test the most prospective of these targets in conjunction with a fixed wing gravity survey to better define the thickest concentrations of hematite mineralisation.”

Stephen Dattels, Executive Co-Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, said:

“The number of targets identified, and their geophysical signatures, confirm that the licences in Cameroon are highly prospective and suggest the Company has the potential to be a significant iron ore producer in West Africa. The close proximity of some targets to the coast will be a strategic advantage, potentially reducing the lead time to, and costs of, production. In addition, the welcome correspondence received from the Government of Cameroon provides great comfort to management and shareholders that WAFM will be able to access infrastructure in-country. Although the project is only at an exploration stage, access to infrastructure goes a long way to ensuring that, if results on the ground continue to be positive and the Company moves from exploration, to development, to production, the Company can process and export its production on competitive terms and maximise shareholder value.”

Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Results

West African Minerals Corporation (AIM: WAFM), the iron ore exploration company with interests in Cameroon and Sierra Leone, is pleased to report that it has received independent interpretation of the results of its detailed, high resolution, aeromagnetic survey conducted on its six exploration properties in Cameroon. The aeromagnetic survey represented Phase One of the Company’s exploration programme in Cameroon. WAFM, through its 95 per cent. owned subsidiary Compagnie Minière du Cameroun SA, owns six exploration permits granting the exclusive rights to explore for iron ore and associated minerals in areas referred to as Djadom, Dja, Lélé, Minko, Sanaga and Binga in Cameroon covering a total area of approximately 6,000 square kilometres.

As announced by the Company on 16 March 2012 the aeromagnetic survey was targeting potentially high tonnage, 60-65% Fe content, hematite-rich mineralisation, that is regionally known to occur as a cap overlying, and derived from weathering and oxidation of, underlying banded iron formations (BIF).

The helicopter-borne aeromagnetic survey, which completed 27,000 line kilometres, was carried out by South African company New Resolution Geophysics, and the results have been interpreted by The MSA Group (“MSA”), the exploration and mining consultants retained by the Company, lead by Dr Brendan Clarke, the Geological Operations Manager of The MSA Group and associate consultant Dr Ian Basson.

MSA’s geophysical interpretation of the data has identified 30 discrete demagnetised zones overlying magnetite-enriched bedrock which are considered by our geophysical team to represent potential DSO targets. Importantly, 10 of these targets are on the near coastal concessions of Binga and Minko, close to a planned deep water port at Kribi, reducing significantly the time to, and cost of, processing and production of high grade iron.

The remaining 20 potential DSO targets are located on the Company’s south-eastern permits. Seven of these anomalies have geophysical signatures similar to that of the Mbarga Deposit on the adjacent Mbalam exploration permit held by Sundance Resources.

Two of the largest anomalies on the Djadom and Lele concessions are interpreted as being demagnetised, and therefore potentially hematite-rich areas, overlying the hinge zones of large banded iron formations.

Following receipt of the interpretation results the Board of WAFM has approved Phase Two of the exploration programme in Cameroon. In particular the Directors have approved 20,000 metres of RAB drilling over six months to test for the presence of DSO. The Phase Two programme will include approximately 400 fifty metre holes, targeting DSO material overlying magnetite BIF bedrock. The results of this drilling will, if positive, drive infill and resource definition drilling programmes on the most prospective targets.

Further details regarding the results, and the MSA interpretation, are available on the Company’s website at www.westafricanminerals.com, under the “Presentations” tab in the Investor Centre section of the website, titled “Technical Presentation of WAFM Cameroon Aeromagnetic Survey and Interpretation dated April 24, 2012”.

Access to Infrastructure

In addition, the Company is pleased to report that it has received correspondence from Mr Emmanuel Bonde, the Minister of the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Technological Development and the Secretary General of the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Technological Development confirming the Republic of Cameroon’s commitment to providing the necessary infrastructure to support all mining in the country, and ensuring the Company will have access to the infrastructure on equal terms, including the proposed harbour and railway infrastructure, once completed. Copies of the letters are available on the Company’s website at www.westafricanminerals.com. Previous news, reports, commentary and announcements on the proposed development of infrastructure in Cameroon had suggested infrastructure projects would be developed by private groups, potentially excluding some operators from access.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.100.074 von Dagobert1875 am 28.04.12 11:07:53wie geil 200% Plus

das war ein Volltreffer,
gelingt nicht immer..

Bei Nutra-Pharma hänge ich noch in den Seilen..
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.105.644 von Goldbaba am 30.04.12 19:54:23Bin gespannt wann der erste Börsenbrief in Deutschland den Wert entdeckt......aber
wenn es so weiter geht wie bisher..... ;-) wer brauch da noch nen Börsenbrief........
Mal schauen wann und was als nächste News kommt....

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.113.078 von Dagobert1875 am 02.05.12 22:18:12Wie geil.......heute schon mal ein hoch auf 42,38 GBX.........

Das is ja ne Konsolidierung auf richtig hohem Niveau...... :)

Vielleicht sind ja im Bohrkern schon direkt Diamanten gefunden worden

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.116.643 von Dagobert1875 am 03.05.12 17:16:02Hmmmmmmmm bin wohl doch der einzige!!!!!!

Sie steigt und steigt und steigt :laugh:

Sie verdoppelt sich und das wieder und wieder.

Natürlich bin ich da auch dabei.

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.122.604 von Goldbaba am 04.05.12 19:35:44Oh schön....naja dann sind wir halt zu zweit:)

Ich denke das Stephen Dattels nach seinem Erfolg mit Uramin mal wieder
ein Zeichen setzen will!!!!

Mit Uramin hat er ja Anleger auch schon beglückt ....... :cool:

Stephen Dattels ist einer der besten im Minengeschäft.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.125.008 von Dagobert1875 am 05.05.12 17:26:46London:


Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.152.611 von Dagobert1875 am 11.05.12 13:32:20London:


Wie geil ist das denn...............

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.152.803 von Dagobert1875 am 11.05.12 14:03:1747,88 ich lach mich weg........über eine Million Umsatz

Sie steigt und steigt und steigt und ich bin endlich mal von Anfang an dabei :-)

Über 300Prozent und die nächste mega News kommt erst noch......
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.153.565 von Dagobert1875 am 11.05.12 16:01:35Sorry nicht Umsatz sondern Volumen.......
Und was für schöne Blöcke :-)
Wollte eigentlich bei 0,45 raus,
aber der Aufwärtstrend ist ungebrochen.

Jetzt kommt auch Nutra..
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.154.160 von Goldbaba am 11.05.12 17:39:12Ich denke Stephen Dattels wird uns sehr erfreuen........ :cool:

Bin auch froh das ich drin geblieben bin.....vielleicht wirds
wieder so wie bei Uramin.....5-7 Euro wären doch nich schlecht!!!

Käufe auf so hohem Niveau ohne News.......da kommt was und andere
wissen mehr!!!!

Aber wir sind ja schon seit 10 cent dabei :laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.154.262 von Dagobert1875 am 11.05.12 17:58:0651 in London......... und kein Ende in Sicht...

So langsam bekomme ich Angst....

Was mach ich bloß mit dem ganzen Geld :-)

600 PROZENT....das ist ja mal nen Inflationsschutz :-)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.160.680 von Dagobert1875 am 14.05.12 10:13:52London 55,50 ich dreh ab.
Bin grad für ne Woche auf Sylt und kann gar nicht so viel Ausgeben wie ich nur an kurssteigerung pro Tag hab.....Sau geil
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.162.769 von Dagobert1875 am 14.05.12 16:42:46Ich liebe es.........

London 58,50 :-)

Ich weiß es wird langweilig......aber bin ja eh faßt allein hier....

Nach der nächsten News kommen wohl die 2 Euro nahe....
Na ganz so alleine bist Du nicht,
immerhin bis jetzt 63 Klicks.

Heute Plus 47 %...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.163.716 von Goldbaba am 14.05.12 20:05:09Naja...die meißten Klicks fallen doch auf uns....schaue faßt stündlich rein.

London 58,25..... war sogar schon ein Kauf zu 61,50 gleich zur Eröffnung dabei.

Da muß doch was kommen oder was meinst du?

75% der Aktien sind ja eh in festen Händen........

Will halt nicht zu früh verkaufen....wenn sie es wie bei Uramin schaffen....und ich bin schon
bei 1,50 Euro raus....dann beiß ich mir in Arsch....
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.165.790 von Dagobert1875 am 15.05.12 10:22:51Die schütten gelegentlich unglaubliche Dividenden aus,
bei EM war diese höher als mein Einkaufspreis,
mit der Dividende habe ich dann meinen Bestand erhöht,
allerdings kam danach nichts mehr...


Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.166.854 von Goldbaba am 15.05.12 13:26:04Da wird mit mini Stùckzahlen der Kurs gedrückt......
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.171.664 von Dagobert1875 am 16.05.12 10:43:10Überrascht nicht sonderlich, wenn wir uns die "Großwetterlage" angucken.

Eine Krise reflektiert möglicherweise eine vergessene Anpassung,
an den Zeitgeist, welcher an der Evolution der Menschheit webt.

Und wir sehen es wurde nichts verstanden,
da ist keine Flexibilität, kein neues Denken.

Politiker sind halt leider keine Visionäre,
bei Staatsmänner wäre das anders,die sind Instrumente für das Leben,
für das Wohlergehen der Bevölkerung,
außer vielleicht LF, bei den Linken,
der schon vor Lehman Finanzkontrollen forderte
und warnte.

Na ja, eine kleines akzeptierendes Klagelied..

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.172.421 von Goldbaba am 16.05.12 12:53:52So langsam sehen wir wieder Höchstkurse:-)
Immer wieder schön anzusehen wie mit Minniorders gedrückt wird
und danach mit größeren Blöcken abgefischt wird.......herlich.....
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.195.499 von Dagobert1875 am 22.05.12 10:54:25Na da is ja die News auf der im Vorfeld schon großes Interesse war :

West African Minerals Corporation (AIM: WAFM), the iron ore exploration company with interests in Cameroon and Sierra Leone, is pleased to announce that it has reached agreement to acquire the 5% interest (the “Minority Interest”) not previously in its control in Compagnie Minière du Cameroun SA (“CMC Cameroon”) (the “Acquisition”). Following completion of the Acquisition, CMC Cameroon will become an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company.

CMC Cameroon owns six exploration permits granting the exclusive rights to explore for iron ore and associated minerals in areas referred to as Djadom, Dja, Lélé, Minko, Sanaga and Binga in Cameroon covering a total area of approximately 6,000 square kilometres.

On 25 April 2012 the Company announced positive results of its recent aeromagnetic survey on the Cameroon properties and is proceeding with Phase Two of its exploration programme comprising approximately 400 fifty metre holes (20,000 metres in total) to target direct shipping ore (DSO) material overlying magnetite banded iron formation (BIF) bedrock.

Stephen Dattels, CEO and Executive Co-Chairman of WAFM, commented:

“We are delighted to have reached agreement to acquire the minority interest in Cameroon. The acquisition results in the project being 100% owned by West African Minerals with full operational control of this major asset. Given the recent positive results from the aeromagnetic survey we believe this is in the best interests of all shareholders.”

On completion of the Acquisition WAFM will issue to the vendors a total of 18.5 million new ordinary shares in the Company (“Ordinary Shares”) representing approximately 6.7 per cent. of the enlarged share capital (the “Consideration Shares”). Based on the closing price of an Ordinary Share traded on AIM on 21 May 2012 of 54.75 pence, the Consideration Shares are valued at approximately £10,128,750.

Completion of the Acquisition is expected to occur within 10 days and is subject to all regulatory requirements being fulfilled. The Consideration Shares will rank pari passu with the existing Ordinary Shares and application will be made for the Consideration Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM which is expected to occur on or about 31 May 2012.

The principal vendor of the Minority Interest is Colosseum Holdings Limited, a company in which Mr Gualtiero Giori is indirectly interested. Mr Giori, a founder of CMC Cameroon, is a non-executive director of WAFM. As a result, the Acquisition is a related party transaction under the AIM Rules.

As a director of the Company Mr Giori is subject to a lock-in pursuant to which he has agreed not to dispose of his interests in Ordinary Shares before 9 January 2013 (being the period of the lock-in for all Directors following the readmission of the Ordinary Shares to trading on AIM on 9 January 2012).

In view of the significance of the Acquisition which provides full ownership and operational control of the Company’s major asset in Cameroon, the Independent Directors (being the Board excluding Mr Giori) consider, having consulted with Beaumont Cornish Limited, the Company's Nominated Adviser, that the terms of the Acquisition are fair and reasonable insofar as the Company’s shareholders are concerned.

As at 30 September 2011 CMC Cameroon’s total assets and net liabilities amounted to US$95,639 and US$177,218 respectively. In the six months ended 30 September 2011 CMC Cameroon made a loss before tax of US$99,533.

Following the issue of the 18,500,000 new Ordinary Shares, there will be a total of 277,449,579 Ordinary Shares of no par value in issue with voting rights. The Company does not hold any Ordinary Shares in Treasury. Therefore the total number of Ordinary Shares in the Company with voting rights will be 277,449,579 and this number should be used by shareholders in the Company as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the share capital of the Company under the Financial Service Authority's Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.197.767 von Dagobert1875 am 22.05.12 18:12:42Is das geil.....gestern und heut ein paar Teilverkäufe getätigt und 400% .........mitgenommen:-)

War wohl zu früh....aber der Rest bleibt ja bis die 5 Euronen da sind ;-)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.200.834 von Dagobert1875 am 23.05.12 12:12:29Oh ja....war zu früh.....aber was man hat das hat man......

Die restlichen Aktien laufen und laufen.....was für ein geiler Wert!!!!

London schon faßt die 0,70 :cool:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.202.228 von Dagobert1875 am 23.05.12 16:51:48Wie langweilig.....sie steigt ja schon wieder.....:-)

Schon die 73 in London.......
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.205.157 von Dagobert1875 am 24.05.12 10:02:34Das Bauchgefühl fühlt 2 €...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.205.734 von Goldbaba am 24.05.12 12:07:29Ja denk ich auch......obwohl vier auch nicht schlecht wären :-)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.206.353 von Dagobert1875 am 24.05.12 14:22:15An der Heimatbörse ist der Kurs scharf eingebrochen,
ist was bekannt?
Naja ...... Mit 200.000 Stücken den Wert um 10 % gedrückt um dann mit ein paar größeren Paketen bei nur noch minus 5% geschlossen...da mach ich mir keine gedanken. Es war wie immer....sell on good news....bin im faßt hoch mit der hälfte raus und werde wieder einsteigen wenn sie noch etwas zurück kommt.Schau dir das Orderbuch in London an....dan lachst dich kaputt was da so vor sich geht.:cool:

Die 2 Euro werden kommen...dafür wird Dattels schon sorgen
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.241.072 von Goldbaba am 01.06.12 23:00:55Und nach 400 % Plus in so kurzer zeit.....kann der Wert auch mal um 20% zurück kommen. Allein wieviel davon in festen Händen sind ist der Hammer......
400% plus dann 20% minus, da kann man ja 1 Mal 100% streichen!
was ist in England los? seit 3 Börsentagen keine wirklichen Kurse, wer weiss genaues?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.250.661 von Schloemer am 05.06.12 13:31:46Großbritanien Londoner Börse Diamond Jubilee Feiertag
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.317.461 von Goldbaba am 25.06.12 14:59:37Ach ja ....... wie geil.... wir steigen mal wieder...... :cool:

Mal sehen wann wir den Euro erreichen
Gut geil zu sein, warum nicht?
Extra Energie
und fast täglich etwas mehr..
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.331.244 von Goldbaba am 28.06.12 14:49:11Wenn es hier nicht noch zu ner Übernahme kommt.....ähnlich wie bei Uramine :-)

Ein geiler Tag heute.......
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.344.409 von Dagobert1875 am 02.07.12 18:35:46Das ist doch schòn......hier ist ein 1000% er...
und keine Idioten im Thread.......

Wie schòn das wir so unbekannt sind und mein
Schätzchen still und heimlich immer weiter steigt :-)
Hallo zusammen,
sehr interessant und vor allem ruhig hier;)

Wäre jemand so nett und könnte einen RT-Chart einstellen?


gruß brocki
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.346.773 von brocklesnar am 03.07.12 11:40:44Wie langweilig...........wir steigen schon wieder........

Jetzt haben wir achon die 85 in London :-)

Mittlerweile mein bester Wert den ich hatte.........
Außer ne Option natürlich.......
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.351.215 von Dagobert1875 am 04.07.12 11:47:5688 :-) Ohne weiteren Kommentar
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.351.719 von Dagobert1875 am 04.07.12 13:43:0791 :-) wieder ein geiler Tag.......

Wieder News die anstehen....oder doch schon ne Übernahme im Anmarsch..

Naja hauptsache es geht nach oben.....warum auch immer...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.354.953 von Dagobert1875 am 05.07.12 11:05:39Gewinnmitnahmen sind die Vitamine der Anleger.

Bin daher vor über einem Monat raus, habe aber noch ein
beobachtendes Auge auf diesen interessanten Wert gelegt.

Schätze mal, vor dem Jahreswechsel könnte es nochmal spannend werden.

Allen noch Investierten ein glückreiches Händchen.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.592.938 von Goldbaba am 11.09.12 23:19:42Das ist mir zu gefährlich......bin bei einem Euro mit der
hälfte raus......!
Bei 800 % Gewinnmitnahme kann mir mit der anderen hälfte ja nichts mehr passieren.

Bei 60 Cent würde ich sogar nochmal wieder nachkaufen.....

Allen alles gute......aber es sind hier ja zum Glück kaum investierte :)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.595.593 von Goldbaba am 12.09.12 15:05:53So langsam schleicht der Kurs wieder klammheimlich nach oben :)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.702.662 von Dagobert1875 am 11.10.12 15:40:10In Zeiten wie diesen machen manche Mauerblümchen das große Rennen.

Eine meiner anderen potentiellen Raketen, Nutra Pharma, hat in diesen Tagen
sogar eine noch höhere Schubkraft entwickelt. (300 %)

Na ja war vorherzusehen.
Da geht ja heut wieder was.........1,6 Millionen...da stehen bestimmt News an.
Gravity survey indicates large scale anomalies on WAFM’s southeast Cameroon licenses

West African Minerals Corporation (AIM: WAFM) is pleased to report on the progress of the exploration and scout drilling programme over its large magnetic anomalies in south-eastern Cameroon. The programme is part of a Phase 2 scout drill programme comprising up to 500 holes (22,500 metres) aimed at verifying the iron ore targets identified by Phase 1 geophysical work.

In Phase 1, a 27,000 line km aeromagnetic survey completed in April 2012 identified WAFM’s Lélé and Djadom concessions as having significant large scale potential. These were interpreted as being demagnetised and therefore potentially hematite-rich areas, overlying the hinge zones of kilometre-scale folds in postulated Banded Iron Formations (BIF). A number of the anomalies bear geophysical signatures similar to other major DSO deposits in the region, including strong continuity of magnetic anomalies with the Mbarga resource eastwards onto WAFM’s Djadom permit.

In order to refine this magnetic work and better define targets, a 5,000 line km fixed wing airborne gravity gradiometry survey (Falcon ™) was flown over portions of the Djadom and Lélé iron ore exploration permits in November and December of 2012.

The interpretation of this gravity gradiometry survey, by independent consultants, has identified numerous density anomalies co-incident with the previously delineated aeromagnetic anomalies. The magnetic anomalies are interpreted as being regionally extensive BIF similar to those hosting the neighbouring Mbarga deposit, while areas of high density contrast identified in the gravity survey, which are co-incident or adjacent to the magnetic anomalies, are interpreted as being areas of potential hematite enrichment of the BIF. Prioritised targets, comprising dense, weakly to non-magnetic material at/near surface and in association with magnetic source material (i.e. BIF), will be preferentially targeted as part of the Company’s strategy to delineate deposits of hematite-rich direct shipping ore (DSO) derived from the oxidation of the primary BIF deposits.

To date, 52 reverse circulation percussion holes have been drilled in the southern part of the Djadom permit, as part of a widely-spaced scout drilling programme. Fourteen of the 52 holes have intersected significant BIF horizons, and of these 14 holes, five have intersected hematite-rich material either as cap material overlying a BIF protolith or as discrete horizons within a BIF package. Several of these hematite-rich intersections are located within the priority density targets defined by the gradiometry survey. Assay results for these intersections are expected over the next month.

The findings of the gravity survey have significantly enhanced the Company’s ability to prioritize and confidence to select drill targets. As a result, approximately 5,000 metres of drilling covering approximately 98 square kilometres of combined gravity and aeromagnetic anomalies in this area will be undertaken over the next two months.

The technical information contained in this announcement has been reviewed by Dr Brendan Clarke, the Geological Operations Manager of The MSA Group. Dr Brendan Clarke is a Member of the Geological Society of South Africa and a Professional Natural Scientist (Pr.Sci.Nat) registered with the South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions. Dr Clarke has sufficient experience relevant to the style of mineralisation under consideration and to the activities which are being reported, to qualify as a Qualified Person for the purposes of this announcement.

Schon einmal sehr vielversprechend......vor allem regelmäßiger Newsflow :)
- One of 2012’s best performers with a stonking gain of 500 per cent, West African Minerals edged up 0.25p to 52.5p after founder and entrepreneur Stephen Dattels forked out £255,000 on a further 500,000 shares at 51p a pop. He now sits on 26.7million shares or 9.3 per cent. The firm owns iron ore licences in Cameroon and Sierra Leone. Assay results on a big copper reserve in the Cameroon are expected by the end of March.
Still und heimlich gehts wieder nach oben.......... ;)
Man konnte schön zu 10 pence einsammeln ;) was für ein Geschenk....
-glückwunsch, wenn Du für 10 CENT (pence?) gekauft hast-
-infos gibt's hier leider keine-
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 45.436.259 von crash13 am 12.09.13 14:52:08Hier gibt es mehr zu lesen......


Hier sind hochkarätige Personen investiert...die wirklich Ahnung haben.
Außerdem kein mir bekannter BB hat die Aktie auf Sicht.

Meine ersten 800 % habe ich schon eingefahren. ;)
-bin auch schon lange dabei; habe leider nicht beim hype verkauft.
immerhin noch im plus-

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