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1168 Postings, 5004 Tage s5g1jkWolfden Resources -- der Highflyer 2007

 
  
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27.12.06 10:29
Nach einer Empfehlung in einem bekannt gutinformierten Börsenbrief würde mich nicht wundern wenn hier demnächst was losgeht.

Nachfolgend eines der aussichtsreichsten Projekte :

High Lake Copper/Zinc Exploration Program


Location

The High Lake Project is located in the Kitikmeot region of Nunavut, approximately 550km north-northeast of Yellowknife, NWT. The closest population center is Kugluktuk, located 175km west-northwest of the property. The property is approximately 45km south of the Coronation Gulf.


Size of Property

The property is comprised of a combination of mineral leases, mineral claims and Inuit owned lands and consists of:

Area covered
15 Mineral leases 1,710 ha.
IOL Land Package 6,171 ha,
4 Mineral Claims 1,607 ha

Also earning in to 70% of the Blackstone Resources James River property just south of the above claims. This area totalling approximately 15,354ha



Ownership

100 % Wolfden Resources Inc.


Previous Work

The original High Lake deposits, consisting of the AB & D Zones were discovered in the mid 1950\'s though airborne reconnaissance prospecting by Kennarctic explorations. From 1956 to 1957, 52 diamond drill holes totaling 7149 m were completed in conjunction with mapping, sampling and TURAM surveys.

A second round of exploration began in 1991 with Aber Resources operating the property in conjunction with Kennecott Canada. During the 1991-1993 period, magnetic, electromagnetic, and gravity surveys were conducted, along with surface mapping, sampling and drillhole re-logging. In addition, 63 NQ diamond drill-holes were drilled on the property and surrounding showings.

Collectively this work defined two, near surface zones of mineralization; the A/B-zone and D-zone and led to a drill-indicated resource of 5.3 million tones averaging 4.05% Copper, 2.36% Zinc, 1.76 g/t Gold and 31.73 g/t Silver.


Project Overview

Wolfden acquired the property in 2000 and began work in 2001. Through the 2001 - 2005 exploration seasons, Wolfden conducted ground and airborne Geophysical Surveys, as well as diamond drilling. To-date, Wolfden has drilled 218 diamond drill holes. Highlights of Wolfden\'s program include the discovery of the "West Zone", a previously un-identified zone located approximately 1.5km to the west of the AB & D Zones. The discovery of the West Zone has added approximately 10.0 million tonnes to the historical resource of 5.3 million tonnes. Prior to the 2005 drill program, indicated resources (NI-43-101 compliant) at High Lake were 14.3 million tonnes grading 2.34% Copper, 3.53% Zinc, 1.01 g/t Gold and 75.69 g/t Silver which has a copper equivalent of 4.70% Copper. The inferred resource is 1.3 million tonnes grading 1.17% Copper, 3.35% Zinc, 0.78 g/t Gold and 764.52 g/t Silver which has a copper equivalent of 3.29% Copper. Ongoing exploration and infill drilling continues to add tonnage and additional prospective targets.

Wolfden is currently undertaking a pre-feasibility study which proposes a combination of two open pit developments to target the A/B and D zones, with an underground development proposed for the West zone and the deeper extents of the A/B zone.

In 2005 approximately $15 Million was spent on exploration and development. The 2005 exploration program consisted of regional prospecting, ground geophysical surveying including magnetic and electromagnetic surveys. Several areas of interest were identified, including the North Zone, South Zone, Lake Zone, Cairo showing, the Sand Lake area and several targets located on the Blackstone Joint Venture ground. Exploration drilling, concentrated on areas of interest surrounding the High Lake camp and the West Zone including the 007, Gambler and Swell Zones. Additional drilling focused on promising geophysical anomalies. In total 62 holes, totalling 19,950 meters were drilled in 2005.

Wolfden\'s environmental field program also continued to collect data to form the basis of the projects Environmental Impact statement, a program ongoing since 2003. This information will be used in the EIS to document current environmental conditions and to determine potential environmental impacts of the project. Studies ongoing during the 2005 field season include: climate studies, terrain and vegetation studies, archaeology, wildlife studies, freshwater fish and fish habitat, marine fisheries and mammals, groundwater studies, hydrogeology, and water quality and sediment studies.

Engineering studies were also ongoing during the 2005 season, with drill testing of sub-surface conditions taking place at proposed dam sites, and at potential infrastructure locations. Geotechnical information was also collected in areas of proposed open pit development and underground development.

Continued exploration in 2006 will focus on several new targets in the surrounding region and aim to further increase known resources. Areas showing favourable geology will be mapped and prospected, tested with surface geophysics and any significant anomalies will be drilled.

In addition, Wolfden will continue working with Gartner Lee Ltd and Wardrop Engineering to advance its environmental baseline work, and mine development. Wolfden is actively working towards submitting an environmental impact statement and a prefeasibility study for the project in 2006.


Ongoing Exploration


West Zone

The West Zone, discovered by Wolfden in 2003, lies approximately 1.5 km west of the D Zone. To date, the West Zone has been defined by over 100 drill holes along a 700m strike length. Since the initial discovery, drilling has focused on defining the main sulphide ore body on roughly 50 meter centers, up to depths of 600-700m below surface.

Drilling has shown that the West Zone deposit consists of two parallel, sheeted ore bodies, the Main West Zone ore body, and the much smaller, overlying, 007 Zone ore body (a.k.a the \'West Extension"). Both ore bodies are steeply west dipping sheets of massive sulphides. The Main Zone has a strike length of approximately 250m and plunges to a depth of 700m where it remains open. There is a 50-75m overlap of the 007 orebody on the southern edge of the West Zone. The 007 Zone has been drilled along a 350m strike length and up to 200m depth where it pinches out.

In August 2005, HLW-05-171 intersected a broad zone at a down hole depth of 925 m, grading 4.4 % Cu, 2.18% Zn, 0.8 g/t Au, and 66.7 g/t Ag over 27 m. The nature and composition of alteration and mineralization encountered in this hole is indicative of a "feeder zone", the first time such alteration has been seen in the West Zone. This is encouraging when considering the depth potential that the deposit has. Wolfden is currently drilling two deep holes to continue testing the West Zone at depth.

Sand Lake

The Sand Lake prospect is located 11km North of High Lake on the High Lake Greenstone Belt. The main showing is a 100m X 150m gossanous outcropping of strongly chlorite altered tuffs at the foot of a 100m thick diabase sill. Mineralization consists of disseminated to massive pyrite with disseminations of chalcopyrite, bornite, and sphalerite. Historic grab sampling of this outcrop returned values as high as 1.12% Cu, 0.41% Pb, 1.8% Zn and 130 g/t Ag, respectively. Several strong EM anomalies lie in the Lake southwest of the main showing and have been the focus of previous drilling campaigns.

In May 2005, Wolfden Resources conducted a UTEM survey over Sand Lake and outlined several EM anomalies, one of which coincides with the main showing. In June 2005, a drill rig was mobilized to Sand Lake and three holes were put into the showing/EM anomaly. All three holes intersected thick sections of strong cordierite/chlorite/serecite alteration and encouraging VMS style mineralization. The best hole intersected 21.0 meters of 2.71% copper starting at a downhole depth of 105m. The hole furthest South intersected 2.5m of 2.64% Cu, 3.52% Zn, 81.54 g/t Ag and 0.3 g/t Au. The Sand Lake Zone remains open for expansion.

In August 2005, Wolfden geologists prospected the Sand Lake area. Exciting new zinc mineralization was discovered in angular float boulders 200m south of the main showing. The mineralization consists of 5-15cm thick bands of massive pyrite/sphalerite in chlorite/serecite/silica altered tuffs, assays range up to 14.16% Zinc and 27 g/t silver. The mineralization was also traced to the North where it disappears under the diabase sill approximately one hundred meters North of the nearest drill hole. Two assays of selective, in-situ mineralization were collected from the northernmost outcrop. One sample returned 1.2% Cu, 146 g/t Ag and the other ran 0.44% Pb, 7.6% Zn, 30 g/t Ag.

Wolfden Resources is very encouraged by the new developments at Sand Lake and plans further drilling of the prospect in early 2006.

West West Zone

The West West Zone lies 3.5km west of High Lake and was discovered in May 2004 while prospecting an electromagnetic anomaly from the spring, 2004 Fugro Airborne Survey. A linear gossan with trace Chalcopyrite and Galena was found which prompted a Max-Min geophysical survey to be performed over the area. The survey results were inconclusive and no other work was done that year.

In August 2005, further prospecting to the West of the original gossan revealed much stronger chalcopyrite/sphalerite mineralization with grab samples assaying up to 6.16% Cu, 0.75% Zn, 30.1 g/t Ag and 1.23 g/t Au respectively. The mineralization consists of disseminated to net textured sulphides in chlorite/hematite/epidote altered felsic tuffs. The samples were found along a linear contact between silicious, felsic, lapilli tuffs and a blue quartz eye rhyolite over a strike length of 150m. Wolfden Resources plans to perform a UTEM survey over the new mineralization followed by drilling in 2006.

The Stu Zone

The Stu Zone lies 3.5km WSW of High Lake and approximately 1km south of the West West Zone. It was discovered in August 2005 when a UTEM grid was placed over an electromagnetic anomaly and a large 200m X 300m gossan. The gossan consists of stacked, sub-vertically dipping, lenses of silica/serecite/pyrrhotite punctuated by several thick intervals of very intense biotite/cordierite "Dalmatianite" alteration. No base metals were observed. The UTEM survey results were inconclusive, however, subsequent prospecting approximately 300m North of this grid revealed a linear gossan bearing disseminated chalcopyrite, sphalerite, and galena in felsic tuffs. The mineralization trends North/South and has been traced over a strike length of 250m with widths of two to ten meters. Individual grab samples returned assays up to 6217 ppm Cu, 4180 ppm Pb, 6330 ppm Zn, and 19.7 ppm Ag respectively. Future work will consist of placing a new UTEM grid over the mineralization followed by drilling.

The Cairo

The Cairo Showing lies 1.5km WNW of High Lake and 1.6km North of the West Zone. The area was originally staked and explored from 1988 to 1990 by BHP-Utah Mines to follow up on reconnaissance sample results of up to 6,730 ppb Au and 80.8 ppm Ag. Work on the area consisted of mapping, rock sampling, and soil sampling with the objective of evaluating the potential for precious metal mineralization peripheral to the High Lake VMS deposit. Further sampling could not replicate the Au-Ag highs but anomalous Zn, Pb, and Cu in most of the samples suggested the potential for VMS mineralization.

In June 2005, Wolfden geologists prospecting just North of the Cairo showing found disseminated chalcopyrite mineralization within a large 200m X 100m area of cordierite "Dalmatianite" alteration. Two holes were drilled into this zone from the same set up with encouraging results. The holes both intersected wide zones of cordierite/biotite/hematite alteration with pervasive trace chalcopyrite. A 1m interval of 5-6% net textured chalcopyrite/pyrite was intersected in both holes and delineates a steeply dipping mineralized structure. This mineralization is identical to an intercept seen deep within the West Zone. The assay highlights are as follows:



Hole # Angle From To Interval Cu % Ag g/t
HLW-05-156 -45 94.5m 95.5m 1.0m 2.91% 18.3 g/t
HLW-05-157 -70 184.0m 186.0m 2.0m 3.71% 8.0 g/t
200.4m 201.5m 1.10m 2.25% 7.5 g/t


A third hole HLW-05-159 was placed 200m south of the first two holes. This hole intersected 100m of cordierite/biotite/albite/hematite altered tuffs before entering the High Lake Intrusive Complex.
Future work on the Cairo showing will consist of mapping followed by drilling down-dip and along strike of the mineralized structure encountered in the first two holes.

The North Zone

The North Zone lies approximately 2.0 km north of High Lake and was discovered by Aber Resources Ltd in 1993. The North Zone consists of a prospective horizon, traceable for 150 meters along strike and at least 200 meters vertically. Aber completed nine diamond drill holes which tested a TEM conductor. The best drill intercepts returned encouraging values of 9.5% and 8.2% Zn over 4.30m and 1.40m respectively and several anomalous gold and silver values.

In 2005, Wolfden performed a UTEM survey over the North Zone, however, results from this survey were inconclusive. Following the UTEM survey, eight NQ diamond drill holes were drilled in order to infill previous drilling completed by Aber and delineate the strike and down dip extensions of the mineralized horizon. Six out of the nine holes drilled at the North Zone intersected numerous thin zones in addition to several anomalous gold and silver values, consistent with Aber\'s 1993 findings. The mineralization consists of finely disseminated pyrite, chalcopyrite and trace amounts of galena occurring as discrete bands running parallel to foliation hosted in a mafic to intermediate tuff. Drilling returned encouraging base metal values. Although the North Zone is currently open at depth and additional definition drilling is needed, Wolfden is not planning to drill this location during 2006.

Blackstone Joint Venture

In the spring of 2003, following the discovery of the West Zone, Wolfden optioned a land package from Blackstone Resources that represents the southern extension of the High Lake/West Zone Felsic volcanic stratigraphy. Beginning in the spring of 2003, Wolfden Resources undertook a program to test the massive sulphide potential of these claims.

To date, work has consisted of prospecting and mapping, two separate airborne geophysical surveys, ground geophysical follow-up of eight airborne geophysical anomalies and diamond drilling. Nineteen diamond drill holes have tested six prominent airborne geophysical anomalies: Fog Lake, Charlie, Natiq, Amagok South, Ced West and Ced South. This drilling has led to the discovery of multiple massive sulphide bodies, however, none of these have contained significant base metal mineralization. In 2003 five drill holes testing conductors identified around Fog Lake intersected massive sulphide mineralization consisting primarily of pyrite and pyrhottite. In 2004 four holes were drilled to test the Charlie anomaly and two holes were drilled to test the Natiq anomaly. Drilling intersected stringer to semi-massive pyrite/pyrrhotite with minor base metal values. In 2005, seven holes were drill to test the Ced Lake West and South anomalies, and one hole was drilled to test the Amagok South anomaly. The CED lake drilling intersected wide intervals of anomalous copper, zinc and silver values, and zones of alteration consistent with VMS style mineralization. Further work is required to fully evaluate the VMS potential of this claim group.


2006 Focus


Presently, Wolfden is preparing an extensive exploration and development program for this year. The 2006 drill program will continue to concentrate on exploration, focusing on three prospective zones: Sand Lake, Cairo Zone and West-West Zone. Also, further delineation drilling on the West and 007 Zones will be completed working towards a full feasibility study. Property wide mapping and prospecting will continue, with geophysical follow-up of airborne anomalies and diamond drilling continuing.



Mehr Projekte unter : http://www.wolfdenresources.com/


Rege Diskussion erwünscht !  
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1168 Postings, 5004 Tage s5g1jkNatürlich

 
  
    #521
19.03.07 14:37
sind 2,44€ bzw. 3,81CAD zu wenig! Aber sicher sind sie!

Dennoch hat Zinifex nur 27% und das sind nun mal nicht genug!

Einfach abwarten und man wird hier mit mehr belohnt werden  

164 Postings, 4721 Tage mr.pechgrubeviele werden ..

 
  
    #522
1
19.03.07 14:43
vielleicht jetzt wieder einsteigen, nachdem das angebot zum zweiten mal nicht angenommen wurde. das zeigt doch die stellung vom ceo. sehe eher positiven zeiten entgegen!

mfg
 

1168 Postings, 5004 Tage s5g1jkda gehen

 
  
    #523
19.03.07 14:46
schon einige Pakete übern` Tisch

Volumen
14:39:59 2,37 10000
14:39:39 2,37 10000
14:38:38 2,38 25800
14:37:14 2,37 46500
14:30:46 2,36 11500
14:27:17 2,35 4000
14:23:53 2,37 28500
14:21:55 2,36 10000
14:18:04 2,36 5000
14:13:04 2,36 5000
 

164 Postings, 4721 Tage mr.pechgrube3,81 cad für zinifix

 
  
    #524
19.03.07 15:56
hat doch das rennen gemacht, wurde gerade verbreitet durch BB.
das war eigentlich zu einfach, wo bleibt da die fundamentale bewertung??

mfg  

1168 Postings, 5004 Tage s5g1jkAbwarten...

 
  
    #525
19.03.07 16:02
schau dir mal die Umsätze an seit 14:30Uhr ca 1Mio Aktien umgesetzt, und
das bei steigendem Kurs,
das spricht für sich!

Des weiteren, Zinifex benötigt 66,6% an Wolfden,besitzen aber bis jetzt nur 27%
Ich glaube kaum das in der Spanne 3,70CAD bis 3,81CAD soviele Aktien liegen
das es ihnen reicht!

ich warte erst mal ab, ab jetzt kann man nicht mehr verlieren!  

13 Postings, 4649 Tage BeToJoRodas sehe...

 
  
    #526
1
19.03.07 16:08
ich ähnlich. Zinifex hat es bis jetzt mit "sämtlichen Tricks" nur auf 27% gebracht. Ich denke, dass momentan nicht mehr allzu viele "Zittrige" Aktien halten.

Folglich dürfte das dem Kurs eigentlich "gut tun"... ;-)

Die Umsätze "riechen" nach mehr!!!  

164 Postings, 4721 Tage mr.pechgrubedas stimmt natürlich..

 
  
    #527
19.03.07 16:30
es wiederspricht sich etwas mit den umsätzen, rsr hatten geschrieben das man 36 tage zeit hat um zu verkaufen bzw das angebot dann von der bank anzunehmen. sollte das eine finte sein?!

mfg  

4611 Postings, 4640 Tage chinaloverich bin raus,

 
  
    #528
19.03.07 16:35
habe soeben zu 2,39 verkauft.werde meinen gewinn in sabina investieren da ich in den nächsten wochen mehr gewinnpotenzial sehe wie bei wolfden.
der kurs von wolfden wird die nächsten 36 tage eher seitwärts laufen.

wünsche allen investierten weiterhin viel glück.

vielleicht kommt ja noch ein zweiter bieter ins spiel?

thanks an alle die für diesen informativen Wolfden Threat beigetragen haben.
 

13 Postings, 4649 Tage BeToJoRoich frag mich...

 
  
    #529
1
19.03.07 18:39
ob die ganzen größeren Umsätze von heute auf "Erfüllungsgehilfen" von Zinifex zurückzuführen sind oder ob es sich hier um "neue" Investoren handelt???

Sollte es sich um Zinifex handeln, wird der Kurs wohl weiterhin steigen, weil sie allmählich mit der Übernahme "Ernst machen".

Sollte es sich um "neue" Investoren handeln - wieso kommen die gerade jetzt??? Wissen die vielleicht mehr? Waren die vielleicht schon mal dabei und hatten nur Angst, dass der Kurs wegen dem "Übernahme-Zirkus" fallen kann? Steigen die dann jetzt höher wieder ein als sie raus sind?? Kaum, oder???

Normalerweise dürfte ja keiner mehr verkaufen! Schließlich stand der Kurs ja schon ein paar Prozent höher und man hat die Shares auch behalten.

Alles in allem bin ich sehr positiv gestimmt!

Wie seht ihr die Lage und wie interpretiert ihr die Umsätze???  

1168 Postings, 5004 Tage s5g1jkWolfden....

 
  
    #530
19.03.07 18:45
Wahnsinns Volumen in Can (ca. 5Mio Stück) und D (1,7Mio Stück)

mal ein kleiner Gedankenanstoss...Zinifex hat 27% aller Shares...schaut euch mal an wie sie sich zusammensetzen...13,5 Mio Inmet, 6 Mio Goldcorp. und einige Millionen der Vorstände...

Vor allem steht dort...27% der vollverwässerten Aktien...somit von 95 Mio. Aktien...25 Mio Aktien...Hmm...besitzen nicht Downie und Co. 5 Mio Shares...(Aktien plus Optionen?) und warum willigt Sabina nicht mit ein?

Und wenn man sich die Zugeständnisse von Downie gegenüber Zinifex mal so im nachhinein betrachtet...könnte diese jetzt Vereinbahrung mit Downie/Inmet/Goldcorp. nicht auch ein Teil des Spiels sein?

Wenn ich mir jetzt die 27% von Zinifex anschaue...haben sie eigentlich nicht eine Aktie übern Markt gekauft!


Last Ten Trades Time Price Shares $ Change Buyer Seller

13:11 3.740 50 OLT Dundee Canaccord
13:04 3.740 50 OLT Dundee RBC
13:04 3.740 300 +0.230 UBS Securities RBC
13:03 3.740 5,600 +0.230 UBS Securities TD Securities
13:03 3.740 8,400 +0.230 CIBC TD Securities
13:01 3.740 3,600 +0.230 CIBC CIBC
12:59 3.740 40,000 +0.230 CIBC CIBC
12:58 3.740 10,000 +0.230 CIBC Jennings
12:57 3.740 19 OLT Dundee Goldman
12:57 3.740 400 +0.230 CIBC Goldman

UBS ist die Hausbank von Zinifex.

 

1168 Postings, 5004 Tage s5g1jkKanada...

 
  
    #531
19.03.07 21:33
Schlusskurs: 3,72CAD
Change: 5,98%
Change: +0,21CAD
Volume: 5,287,626
Bid 3,72CAD
Ask 3,73CAD
Size Bid/Ask: 999/623

Breaking News:
Wolfden Resources Inc. Announces Entering Into a Support Agreement With Zinifex Limited

http://www.stockhouse.com/news/news.asp?newsid=4999453&tick=WLF


 

403 Postings, 5266 Tage LoewenmaennchenSchöne

 
  
    #532
20.03.07 15:37
Umsätze heute! Langsam wird es spannend. Eisern dabei bleiben bringt doch etwas. Grüße an Oil auf w.o. Gute Arbeit!

Gruß Loewe  

1168 Postings, 5004 Tage s5g1jk.....

 
  
    #533
20.03.07 15:54
hier wird schön aus dem Ask gekauft, egal ob da 50k, 100k oder sogar über 200k
drin stehen!

Ich bleib dabei, hier ist das letzte Wort noch nicht gesprochen!

Ich gebe meine Shares nicht her!  

13 Postings, 4649 Tage BeToJoRoUmsätze

 
  
    #534
1
20.03.07 22:38
Habt ihr euch heute mal die Umsätze in Frankfurt angeschaut?
Da waren 4 echte Kracher dabei, 2x ca. 250.000 Stück, weitere 2x ca. 150.000 Stück.
Da wanderten mit 4 Trades mal eben 2 Mio € übern Tisch
Die gestrigen und heutigen Umsätze in D wurden nur einmal überboten, das war als wir zwischenzeitlich beim ATH in D waren (2,50 €).

Hier ist was im Busch, wenn ihr mich fragt!!! Wahrscheinlich kommt erst jetzt die "zweite Halbzeit" oder, noch besser, da es sich ja um eine kanadische Firma handelt, das "zweite Drittel" (für die Nicht-Sportler: Drittel gibt´s beim Eishockey, Eishockey ist in Canada Nationalsport)... ;-)

 

127 Postings, 5050 Tage BlixKursexplodiert

 
  
    #535
23.03.07 14:24
Der Kurs wird nächste Woche einen gewaltigen Rutsch nach oben!!! Ich schätze mal wie letzets Jahr - Ende November. Ich verwette meinen Arsch darauf. *grins* <- oder der von meiner Freundin ;-) Ich verkauf kein Stück von Wolfden.

Wünsch Euch noch ein schönes Wochenende

Blix  

13 Postings, 4649 Tage BeToJoRoUmsätze

 
  
    #536
23.03.07 14:31
Hier wandern ja mit einer Regelmäßigkeit Pakete übern Tisch, dass einem die Farbe aus dem Gesicht fällt... und der Kurs ist "eingefroren"... hmmm???

Hat hier jemand mal ne plausible Erklärung auf Lager???  

60 Postings, 4628 Tage crassus"wette" blix

 
  
    #537
24.03.07 18:18
Ich glaub den "Arsch" deiner Freundin wirst du verlieren ;-)  

7438 Postings, 5061 Tage 2teSpitzeWirklich eigenartig, was da bei

 
  
    #538
24.03.07 20:51
Wolfden abläuft. Da bin ich mal bei ner Übernahme dabei, und dann sowas. Mal gespannt, was die nächste Woche passiert.

Hacke, Spitze, 1, 2, 3!!!

 

11 Postings, 4791 Tage router1@all

 
  
    #539
01.04.07 12:10
Hallo an alle,
wann gibt es wohl wieder mal was neues von Wolfden?
Die Übernahme scheint ja wohl gedanklich für die meisten abgeschlossen zu sein, aber stimmt das denn überhaupt ?
Kann mir da jemand weiterhelfen, denn ich habe meine Shares noch ....  

60 Postings, 4628 Tage crassusWolfden

 
  
    #540
02.04.07 09:45
"Glaube" das die Übernahme durch Zinifex,zum vereinbarten Preis,am laufen ist.
Wirst also bald Post von deiner Bank bekommen.
Aber wer weiß, vieleicht kommt ja doch noch ein Bieter ins Spiel.
An der Börse soll ja bekanntlich alles möglich sein....  

13 Postings, 4649 Tage BeToJoRoÜbernahme - was nun?

 
  
    #541
03.04.07 23:52
Also ich werde, auch wenn ich Post von der Bank bekomme - NICHT verkaufen!

Selbst wenn die Übernahme vollzogen ist (bzw. werden soll) gibt es meiner Meinung nach keinen Grund, zu verkaufen. Im Gegenteil, der Kurs "kann" meiner Meinung nach fast nicht mehr fallen, denn diejenigen die verkaufen wollten, hätten das ja längst tun können bzw. sind dann auf das Angebot eingestiegen... Zinifex wird wohl kaum die Shares dann unter dem Kaufpreis wieder abgeben...

Also ich denk - dabei bleiben!!! Verkauft wird erst ab 3 €... ;-)  

61 Postings, 4684 Tage MaxxPowerPost von der Bank

 
  
    #542
20.04.07 14:03
Hallo an alle...

Kann mir jemand hier sagen ob so ein Übernahme-Angebote Steuerfrei ist, also wenn ich es annehmen würde und noch kein ganzes Jahr in bin.
Schon mal Danke.

mfg

 

13 Postings, 4649 Tage BeToJoRoPost von der Bank...

 
  
    #543
03.05.07 17:20
Ich hab von meiner Bank noch nix bekommen...

Habt ihr eure Shares verhökert??? Hat jemand schon Erfahrung mit solchen Übernahmen???
Wie sieht es aus, wenn die Frist des Kaufangebotes verstrichen ist???

Die lief doch am 02. Mai ab, oder???  

6409 Postings, 4889 Tage Ohiowolfden .... 2,67 €

 
  
    #544
04.06.07 20:38
wunderschön und gleichmäßig geht der kurs nach oben  

2197 Postings, 5147 Tage Mathi0304warum passiert hier nichts ??

 
  
    #545
19.07.07 16:56
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Auf ein gutes,reiches neues 2007 !!

Euer Mathi0304

Die meisten Menschen der Welt
wären glücklich,
wenn es ihnen so schlecht ginge
wie den Deutschen.  

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