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Westmoreland (Flaggschiffprojekt)
Laramide holds 100%

•51.9 million pounds of uranium (U3O8)
•(NI 43-101 compliant resource) - 36 million pounds U3O8 Indicated and a further 15.9 million pounds U3O8 Inferred, with average grades of 0.089%
•Compelling economics even at lower uranium prices
•Expected to produce more than 3 million pounds per annum
•Excellent Metallurgical Results – high uranium recovery
•Located in a world-class mining province
•OPERATING COSTS (Scoping Study): Years 1 to 6 (per lb U3O8) 24,38 AUD / Years 7 onwards (per lb U3O8) 32.27 AUD
(mehr dazu siehe auch weiter unten im Link zur Präsentation)

Northern Australia Uranium Project

Murphy Joint Venture


La Jara Mesa
•The project has a mineral resource estimate of 10.4 million pounds of uranium of Measured and Indicated (NI 43-101 compliant)

La Sal
•Significant mine infrastructure in place
•Production potential of 400,000-500,000 pounds per annum

Uranium Resources Inc. Royalty

Capital Structure (Jan. 2012)
Shares Issued Outstanding: 70,8 Mio.
Options: 4,2 Mio.
Warrants: 4,1 Mio.
Fully Diluted: 79,1 Mio.

Cash & Investments (31.12.2011)
9 Mio. CAD

Presentation: (Jan. 2012)


John Booth, Director and Chairman
Mr. Booth is a partner with Conservation Financial International; an FSA authorized, UK based alternative asset manager that he joined in 2004. He is also the Chairman of Buy FX Ltd., an online Foreign Exchange matching service, based in Bermuda, which he co-founded in 1998. A qualified lawyer in Ontario, New York and DC, John articled on Bay Street with Aylesworth, Thompson in 1989 before moving to London to join the structured finance group of the non-dollar derivatives capital markets desk at Merrill Lynch International. He has also worked for ICAP, ABN AMRO Bank, CIBC, the World Bank and Climate Change Capital at various points during a 20 year career in financial services. He has experience with both public and private equity, M&A, structured finance, and capital markets and has co-founded three finance sector start-ups during his career - one sold, one merged and one in its fifth round of funding. John holds a BSc (Hons) in Biology and Environmental Science from the University of Guelph, LLB & JD from the joint international law program at the Universities of Windsor and Detroit and LLM in International Finance, Tax and Environmental Law from Kings College, University of London.
He also serves on the board of directors and audit committees of both H2O Innovation (HEO.V) and Maya Gold and Silver (MYA.V) and on the board of the Ottawa RiverKeeper charity. John currently resides in London, England.

Marc Henderson, President, Chief Executive Officer & Director
Mr. Henderson has an economics degree from the University of Colorado. He has more than 20 years experience in running junior mining companies. Marc has been President of a number of public companies, including MineFinders from 1987 to 1994 and Republic Goldfields Inc, listed on the American Exchange, from 1988 to 1994. While at MineFinders, he was responsible for acquiring the Dolores property, which contains in excess of 2.0 million ounces of gold and 160 million ounces of silver.

Peter Mullens, Vice President of Exploration & Director
Mr. Mullens has a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in Geology, from Monash University in Australia, and is a member of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. He has worked in the industry for over 20 years in a number of different roles. Peter’s experience includes 6 years as a Mine geologist for Rio Tinto and Mt Isa Mines at Broken Hill and Mt Isa in Australia. In addition his career has brought him to Asia and several South and Central American countries.
Peter was District Manager Argentina, and then for all of Central America for Mt Isa from 1994 to 1997. He followed this with a 6 month consultancy in China. He spent 5 years as an independent consultant geologist based out of Lima, Peru, before returning to Australia in 2004, where he designed and supervised the Laramide’s exploration program.

Scott Patterson, Director
Mr. Patterson joined First Service Corporation in February 1995 and has held several senior positions before being appointing to his current role of President and Chief Operating Officer. From May 1993 to January 1995, Scott was an investment banker at Loewen, Ondaatje, McCutheon Ltd., and prior to that he was at Bankers Trust. Mr. Patterson is a Chartered Accountant and was employed at Price Waterhouse from 1983 to 1987. Scott joined the Board of Laramide in 1995.

Paul Wilkens, Director
Mr. Wilkens holds an MBA from the University of Rochester and a Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering. Paul brings to the Company over 30 years experience with Rochester Gas and Electric (RG&E), where he served as President as well as in several other senior positions during his tenure. While at RG&E, Paul provided direction and leadership to the company’s electric generation, including the RE Ginna and Nine Mile 2 nuclear power plants. While under his leadership, Ginna received commendations from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for its engineering organization and from the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations for top performance.



Peter Mullen ist auch bei Hodges Resources tätig als Chairman
Dort heisst es über ihn:
Mr Mullens career in mining spans 25 years. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science, majoring in geology, from Australia's Monash University. His experience includes work as a mine geologist for the Rio Tinto and Mt Isa mines at Broken Hill and Mt Isa in Australia, extensive work as an exploration geologist in Australia, Peru, Argentina, Brazil, China and Canada, and corporate roles with Laramide Resources and Aquiline Resources, both listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange in Canada.
From 1994 to 1997, Mr Mullens was District Manager Argentina, then Central America, for Mt Isa Mines. Later, he worked as an independent consultant geologist based in Lima, Peru. In 2002, Mr Mullens joined the board of Laramide Resources, as Vice-president, Exploration and Corporate Development. In that role, he identified and acquired the Westmoreland Uranium Project in Queensland, Australia and assisted with financing and corporate development.
During his time with Laramide, that company's market capitalisation rose from CA$5.0 million to approximately CA$650 million. With Aquiline Resources, Mr Mullens was instrumental in identifying and acquiring the Calcatreu Gold Project, the company's main asset in Argentina. Subsequently, Aquiline's market capitalisation increased from CA$4 million to around CA$400 million.


Letzte Meldungen:

Laramide Completes Second Tranche of Private Placement (06.01.2012)

Laramide Completes Previously Announced Financing (30.12.2011)

Laramide Updates Permitting Status on Its La Sal Project, San Juan County, Utah (11.10.2011)

Buckingham Exploration Inc. Announces Expansion of Lady Ermalina Land Package Through the Acquisition of Additional Claims (05.10.2011)

Buckingham Exploration Inc. Announces Expansion of Lady Ermalina Land Package Through the Acquisition of Additional Claims (30.19.2011)

Chart (Toronto 1 J.)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.705.524 von Last_Man_Standing am 06.02.12 13:45:24Hoppla, das mit dem Chart einstellen sollte ich wohl nochmal üben. Sorry :confused:
Es soll zuletzt größere Insiderkäufe gegeben haben. Einige User aus dem Goldseiten-Forum.de haben sich die Aktie zuletzt zugelegt. Nähere Infos hab ich da aber nicbt gefunden.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.706.523 von branigan am 06.02.12 16:08:59Kenne dazu leider nur diese Seite, wo nur die letzten paar Käufe angezeigt werden:



Filing Date - Transaction Date - Insider Name - Ownership Type - Securities - Nature of transaction - # or value acquired or disposed of - Unit Price

Jan 30/12 Jan 30/12 Henderson, Marc Charles Direct Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 20,000 $0.950
Jan 30/12 Jan 27/12 Patterson, D. Scott Direct Ownership Common Shares 10 - Disposition in the public market -25,000 $1.00
Jan 30/12 Jan 26/12 Henderson, Marc Charles Direct Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 15,000 $0.890
Jan 30/12 Jan 25/12 Henderson, Marc Charles Direct Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 15,000 $0.890
Jan 10/12 Jan 10/12 Henderson, Marc Charles Direct Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 15,000 $0.790
Jan 10/12 Jan 9/12 Henderson, Marc Charles Direct Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 35,000 $0.750
Jan 10/12 Jan 6/12 Henderson, Marc Charles Direct Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 50,000 $0.730
Jan 9/12 Jan 6/12 Booth, John Geoffrey Direct Ownership Warrants 16 - Acquisition under a prospectus exemption 37,500 $1.00
Jan 9/12 Jan 6/12 Booth, John Geoffrey Direct Ownership Common Shares 16 - Acquisition under a prospectus exemption 75,000 $0.800
Jan 10/12 Jan 5/12 Henderson, Marc Charles Direct Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 50,000 $0.730
Mal generell in Sachen Uran-Aktien ein netter und übersichtlicher Bericht zum Ist-Stand:

Uran-Aktien - signifikante Erholung wird immer wahrscheinlicher

Laramide Gains on Speculation Uranium Ban to End: Toronto Mover
2012-02-24 16:44:20.104 GMT

By Christopher Donville
Feb. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Laramide Resources Ltd., a Canadian uranium-mining company, rose the most in seven months on speculation an election next month in Australia's Queensland state will lead to the end of a ban on extracting the mineral.
The shares rose 19 percent to C$1.15 a share at 11:43 a.m.
in Toronto trading, the biggest intraday gain since July 22.
Laramide, which fully owns the Westmoreland project in Queensland, has been prevented from developing it because of the ruling Labor Party's opposition to uranium mining in the state.
The election is scheduled for March 24 and speculation about the outcome is probably why the stock is up today, Toronto-based Laramide's Chief Executive Officer Marc Henderson said in a telephone interview.
"The polling numbers suggest it would be very, very difficult for Labor to stay in power," he said. "We think a change there is going to be very, very favorable to us. We can't make progress with the current administration."


LARAMIDE-URANIUM-SOARS -- Laramide Resources Ltd., a Canadian uranium-mining company, rose the most in seven months on speculation an election next month in Australia’s Queensland state will lead to the end of a ban on extracting the mineral. 300. Moved 11:30. By Christopher Donville.

Miningscout 07/03/2012
Uran: Branche wird optimistischer

Ein Jahr nach der Atomkatastrophe von Fukushima wird die Uranbranche wieder optimistischer. Noch immer sind die Auswirkungen der verheerenden Naturkatastrophen spürbar. Der Uranmarkt hat sich noch nicht von den Tiefs des Vorjahrs erholt, er ist jedoch wieder auf dem Weg der Besserung. Große Uranaktien haben seit Jahresanfang um bis zu 20 Prozent zugelegt. Einzig der Preis für Uran hat seit Fukushima keine großen Sprünge gemacht. Er sackte damals von 70 Dollar je Pfund auf 49 Dollar ab. Aktuell steht er bei 52 Dollar. Kurzfristig rechnen Beobachter auch nicht mit einem deutlichen Anstieg. Die fehlende Urannachfrage aus Japan und Deutschland macht sich bemerkbar. Es fehlt der Nachfragedruck, Angebot und Nachfrage halten sich derzeit in etwa die Waage.

Doch dies könnte sich bald ändern. Momentan liegt die Nachfrage jährlich bei rund 178 Millionen Pfund Uran. Minen produzieren jährlich 140 Millionen Pfund, hinzu kommt wieder gewonnenes Uran, unter anderem aus alten russischen Waffensystemen. Doch Russland wird diese Art des Recyclings im kommenden Jahr aufgeben. Das verschärft die Situation. Zudem wurden einige Projekte nach Fukushima eingestellt oder verschoben. Damit ist die Angebotslage künftig beeinträchtigt. Durchaus möglich ist zudem, dass künftig wieder mehr japanische Reaktoren angeschaltet werden, dies würde die Nachfrage antreiben. Zudem wird die Nachfrage von den weltweit im Bau befindlichen rund 60 Reaktoren profitieren. Kanadische Experten glauben daher, dass die Nachfrage nach Uran bald wieder klar anziehen wird. So sollten 265 Millionen Pfund jährlich keine Überraschung sein. Das wäre ein Plus von fast 50 Prozent im Vergleich zur aktuellen Situation. Für Uranunternehmen wäre dies eine gute Perspektive.

Sorgen um eine Uranknappheit wachsen wieder
23. März 2012

Die Atomenergiebranche rechnet mit einem Aufschwung. Bei Energieversorgern wächst bereits wieder die Sorge über eine Uranknappheit.

Etwas mehr als ein Jahr nach der Naturkatastrophe in Japan mit den fatalen Folgen für das Atomkraftwerk Fukushima rechnet der französische Konzern Areva (WKN: A1H9Y2) mit einer Erholung des Marktes. Als Folge der Ereignisse in Japan hat Deutschland den Ausstieg aus der Atomstromproduktion beschlossen, haben sich weltweit Projekte verzögert. Vom Ende der Atomkraft ist aber heute international nicht mehr die Rede. Im Gegenteil: Weltweit sind viele Atomkraftwerke in Bau oder in Planung. Vor allem Asiens neue Wirtschaftsmächte China und Indien setzen auf die Atomenergie - und sie haben auch wahrscheinlich kaum eine andere Chance, wenn sie den wachsenden Energiehunger der eigenen Volkswirtschaften befriedigen wollen.

Mit einem Aufschwung der Atomenergiebranche dürften auch weitere Unsicherheiten bei den Aktien der Uranförderer weichen. Stattdessen könnten Sorgen wieder wachsen, ob ausreichend Uran zur Verfügung steht - das könnte die Preise für den radioaktiven Rohstoff steigern. Areva selbst berichtet von steigender Nervosität bei Betreibern von Atomkraftwerken in Sachen Rohstoffversorgung.

March 26, 2012 07:00 ET
Laramide Comments on the Queensland State Election

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - March 26, 2012) - Laramide Resources Ltd. (TSX:LAM) ("Laramide" or the "Company") is pleased to provide the following update to shareholders in regards to the positive impact of the recent Queensland State election, which was held on Saturday, March 24th.

Laramide's flagship Westmoreland Project, situated in northwestern Queensland, has been unable to proceed to development while the Australian Labour Party ("ALP") was in power. Following five consecutive terms in office, the ALP was defeated in Saturday's election as the Liberal National Party ("LNP") and their leader, Campbell Newman, won a landslide victory, securing 77 of 89 seats in the state parliament.

While the new Queensland state government has not stated what its policy will be with respect to uranium development, were the state party to adopt the Federal LNP position, which is supportive of uranium mining, this would have materially positive implications for Laramide. Western Australia followed similar circumstances when the LNP state government defeated the ALP in 2008.

Marc Henderson, President and Chief Executive Officer, commented, "Westmoreland is one of the largest and highest quality uranium development projects in Australia - or in the world, for that matter - and would clearly benefit from clarity over its prospective development path and timeline. We look forward to a constructive dialogue and working relationship with the new Queensland government and congratulate Mr. Newman on his unprecedented victory."

To learn more about Laramide, please visit the Company's website at www.laramide.com.

Resource Capital Research 27 March 2012
Uranium Sector Review March Quarter 2012

LAM's share price has risen strongly in the past few months, in part reflecting anticipation of the LNP win in QLD in last weekend's election. Westmoreland should be a major beneficiary of the expected change in uranium policy. RCR valuation C$2.30/share.

weiter siehe Seiten 19+20:
New Mount Isa Mayor on uranium push
By Chrissy Arthur
Updated May 01, 2012 09:12:20

Mount Isa Mayor Tony McGrady has says he will be talking to the Queensland Government "at every opportunity" about developing a uranium industry in the state's north-west.

Mr McGrady, a former Labor state government minister, has long been a supporter of the sector and pushed for the former Bligh government to overturn bans on uranium mining in Queensland.

He says he is not a uranium "lobbyist", but he is advising two uranium companies.

"I am on the advisory board of two uranium mining companies," he said.

"I haven't decided what I am going to do, but what I can say is that I will be [a] full-time mayor.

"At the same time I will also be promoting the uranium industry, or the mining of uranium, because to me it is all part of the business development of north-west Queensland.

"At every opportunity - the same as I will be taking up the matter of trying to develop the Legend project [a proposed phosphate project] and any other economic development proposal I can see for my area.

"This is what local government is about, doing the best you can for the people you represent.

"Whatever I can do to promote this industry I certainly will."

Meanwhile, Mr McGrady says he is seeking advice on whether he can retain a director's position on the Townsville Port Authority.

He says he would like to remain on the Townsville Port board because most of Mount Isa's minerals are exported through the facility.

"The previous government had a policy whereby any person who was on local council could not sit on the board of a government-owned corporation," he said.

"Quite honestly, every tonne of product that comes out of Mount Isa goes through the port of Townsville.

"I think it would be in the interests of this community if I were to retain this position, though I am not quite sure of the legalities of it."

The Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ) says there is nothing legally wrong with Mr McGrady keeping his role with two uranium companies.

LGAQ spokesman Greg Hallam says it is a matter for Mr McGrady about whether he continues those jobs.

"The Local Government Act is very clear - Mr McGrady is able to continue in those roles, there is nothing to stop him doing that," he said.

"But he would not be able to vote on any matter before the council concerning those two companies.

"The most important thing is it's lawful but there is nothing illegal about that."

May 3, 2012

Auszug: :(


The Natural Resources and Mines Minister of Queensland, Australia has stated that uranium is not among the new government’s mining priorities. Noting that there were other mining and energy issues as “being significantly higher priority than uranium mining”, Minister Andrew Cripps has apparently splashed water on the hopes of a quick removal of Queensland’s uranium mining ban.

This serves as negative news for Summit Resources’ (SMM-ASX) Valhalla project, Laramide Resources’ (LAM-TSX) Westmoreland project, and Deep Yellow’s (DYL-ASX) Mount Isa project. All of which were hoping for a quick, positive change to the uranium policy in Queensland following the election of the Liberal National Party. However, this is a net positive for the industry as potential supply from Queensland remains locked in the ground.

Laramide cheers Queensland's decision to end U ban

2012-10-22 09:22 ET - News Release

Mr. Marc Henderson reports


Laramide Resources Ltd. has provided a company update to shareholders following Queensland's decision to overturn of the decades-long ban on uranium mining. The government decision is a very positive development for Laramide and the company's flagship Westmoreland project, situated in northwestern Queensland, one of three known deposits in the state.

Queensland Premier Campbell Newman and the Minister for Natural Resources and Mines, Andrew Cripps, announced in a joint statement on Monday, Oct. 22, 2012, that the state government will convene a three-member implementation committee to oversee the recommencement of uranium mining in Queensland. Premier Newman said the decision followed sustained public debate on uranium mining in Queensland, in addition to the strong support for the uranium industry from the Federal Australian Labour Party government.

Marc Henderson, president and chief executive officer, commented: "Westmoreland is one of the largest and highest-quality uranium development projects in Australia -- or in the world, for that matter -- and will now clearly benefit from clarity over its uranium mining position and our development path and timing. We look forward to a constructive dialogue and working relationship with the Queensland government as this policy change is implemented and we commend Mr. Newman and Mr. Cripps on this important decision."

There has not been uranium mining in Queensland for approximately 30 years, while other states such as Northern Territory, South Australia and Western Australia have created successful uranium industries.

quelle: http://www.stockwatch.com/News/Item.aspx?bid=Z-C%3aLAM-20054…

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"the proof that we are massively undervalued
10/23/2012 9:47:23 PM

"What if the stock price were, $5.00 per share..............then we would have a capvalue of $357.5 million ..................now this divided by the same 52MM pounds of uranium......equals...........$6.88/lbs............

If we were to have average revenues of say $62/lbs then this would represent a 11% net, net, margin it sounds plausible...................but return is too low for risks taken...............let's say we want a 30% return...

We expect the price of uranium will go to say $90/lbs a 30% margin would be $27.00/lbs......total value of the uranium, 52MM pounds would now be worth (52mm/lbsX$27=$1.4Billion).................or 1400/70.7=$19.80/share(shares outstanding 70.7million).

Now do you really understand the potential upside here, my estimate of max value within 24 months or sooner is $16.00.............that's why I say that the current $1.00 price is way too low and allows for a lot of shareholders to get in real cheap..................but Lam has so much upside that even a current price of say $2.00, would still allow for a $4.00 in a year, without too much sweat..........(this is the type of return that the pros expect if they are going to invest in an offering)"

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This is "The Stock" another view
10/24/2012 8:35:10 PM
"Paladin Uranium (PDN) forecasts that next year they will have an average revenue of $64/LB for uranium sales..

If this were in fact the case, and we assume a 20% margin, then Paladin would be increasing their cap value by the factor of (20%*$64/LB)or $12.80 of profit for every pound sold.....................

If we assume that LAM will sell 5,000,000LBS per year to start with, then they would book a profit of $12.80X5,000,000LBS===$64,000,000 of profit in the first year of production....at 5 time earnings....we would have a capitalization of $320,000,000..............or 4.10/share......market value of share say, $5.50..................

Now if were able to get $90/LB on sales, with no additional costs, we would have a margin of say 57% and we would then have, a margin in absolute terms of 57%X90=$51.30........................with the same sales volume as 5,000,000LBSX51.30=$256,000,000...........at 5 times earnings the market cap would be $1.3 Billion...and share value would be $18.11/share........market value say, $19.00...

I am not posting this to pump the stock, quite frankly it does not need pumping. It is the purest uranium play in Australia today. I just want all to know the magnitude of the profits that could be flowing in the near term. This is a multi- bagger....................

There is a lot of room to move between, $5.50/share and $19.00/share....................Do not let the pro's steal your shares, hang on this stock has a lot to offer......................with a very talented management team"

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