Asante Gold - Douglas' neue Perle


Seite 1 von 4
Neuester Beitrag: 05.05.20 20:15
Eröffnet am: 02.12.12 13:49 von: evens Anzahl Beiträge: 78
Neuester Beitrag: 05.05.20 20:15 von: zorrro Leser gesamt: 12.972
Forum: Hot-Stocks   Leser heute: 5
Bewertet mit:
3


 
Seite: <
| 2 | 3 | 4 >  

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensAsante Gold - Douglas' neue Perle

 
  
    #1
3
02.12.12 13:49
Da meines Wissens im deutschen Handel diese Perle erst von 3 Personen erworben ist, werde ich hier ab und an mlal ein bißchen was einstellen.

Jeder der mit Goldexploreren in Ghana sich beschäftigt dürfte PMI Gold ein Begriff sein. Die Firma wird 2014 mit der Goldproduktion starten, und mit den generierten Einnahmen Kurse von 3-5 Dollar rechtfertigen.
Zu verdanken ist dies zum größten Teil Doulgas Macquarrie der PMI über den Krise 2008 gebracht hat, indem das Unternehmen fast hopps gegangen wäre. Damals Stand die Aktie zum Teil unter 3 Cent (ja das waren Kaufkurse! :-)) Die Entwicklung seitdem kann sich jeder anschauen.  

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensAsante Gold

 
  
    #2
02.12.12 13:57
Aus mir nicht ganz nachvollziehbaren Gründen wurde Douglas in 2011 aus dem Unternehmen gemobbt, und hat auch gleich seinen Freund und Großinvester Mr. Miller mit "abgezogen". Darauf ist m.E. die schlechte Jahresperformance bei PMI Gold zurückzuführen.

Seine neue Firma Asante hat Liegenschaften im gleichen Goldgürtel erworben, direkt neben Perseus und PMI Golds Millionen-Unzen-Minen.

Darüberhinaus hat sich Asante eine Gewinnbeteiligung bei PMI Gold gesichert, über ne Aktienfinanzierung mit derzeit 100% Kursaufschlag (Die Banken wissen schon was sie tun!) Die alten Beziehungen sind also noch vorhanden.  

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensAsante Gold

 
  
    #3
02.12.12 13:58
Jeder der sich ein Bild von Asante macht, wird erkennen, dass hier bei der erst seit nem halben Jahr gelisteten Firma mit derzeit rd. 5 Mio Euro Marktkapitalisierung ein unvermeidlicher Ten-Bagger vorliegt!

Habe meine xxx tausend Anteile im Sack und genieße die Entwicklung. 2013 wird die Dollar-Marke mit Sicherheit fallen!

Soviel zur ersten Info

Gruß evens  

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensAsante - Musterdepotaufnahme

 
  
    #4
05.12.12 19:30

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensAsante - Review

 
  
    #5
05.12.12 19:31

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensCEO erhöht Anteil und hält nun 23 % der Anteile!

 
  
    #6
08.01.13 22:35
Vancouver (British Columbia), 8 Januar 2013. Asante Gold Corporation (TSX-V: ASE; FRANKFURT: 1A9) (das Unternehmen) gibt bekannt, dass Douglas MacQuarrie durch die Ausübung von Warrants zu einem Preis von 0,25 $ pro Aktie auf direkte und indirekte Weise 1.000.000 Stammaktien erworben hat. Die Aktien wurden zu Investitionszwecken erworben.

Nach den oben genannten Transaktionen besitzt Douglas MacQuarrie auf direkte oder indirekte Weise 4.474.000 Stammaktien, 250.000 Aktien-Warrants und 300.000 Aktienoptionen, die nach der Ausübung dieser Warrants und Optionen etwa 22,77 % der emittierten und ausstehenden Stammaktien des Unternehmens auf teilweise verwässerter Basis entsprechen.

Für das Board:
Douglas R. MacQuarrie
President & CEO  

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensHab heute auch nochmal zugeschlagen!

 
  
    #7
08.01.13 22:35

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensNur nochmal zur Erinnerung!

 
  
    #8
08.01.13 22:38
Demnächst erwerb einer 1%- Beteiligung an PMIs Obotan-Mine durch Kapitalerhöhung zu
0.50 Dollar je Aktie.

Das sind über 100 Prozent Aufschlag zum derzeitigen Handel!  

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensPresentation

 
  
    #9
10.01.13 18:00

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensAlte News - aber mit informativem Bericht

 
  
    #10
15.01.13 20:11

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensAsante Gold - a history of success!

 
  
    #11
28.01.13 17:47
http://www.northernminer.com/news/...-of-success-in-ghana/1002017753/

Asante Gold has a history of success in Ghana
VANCOUVER — At first glance Vancouver-based Asante Gold (ASE-V) appears similar to a number of junior explorers hoping to make the next discovery in the West African nation of Ghana. Take a closer look, however, and a key difference emerges: Asante is the next project for Ghana-veteran and former PMI Gold (PMV-T, PVM-A) CEO Douglas R. MacQuarrie.

PMI made headlines in mid-December when it agreed to merge with fellow Ghanaian gold company Keegan Resources (KGN-T, KGN-X) and form a developer with US$343 million in cash and roughly seven million ounces in measured-and-indicated gold resources across two projects.

MacQuarrie has been exploring West Africa for the past 18 years, and raised over US$45 million during his tenure at PMI. He is credited as a key player in securing exploration rights and developing PMI's flagship Obotan gold deposit in southwestern Ghana, which holds 44.8 million measured-and-indicated tonnes grading 2.16 grams gold per tonne for 3.11 million contained oz.

Shortly after he resigned as managing director of PMI in April 2011, MacQuarrie wrapped up a purchase agreement for a 22-sq.km slice of land called the Fahiakoba concession along the western margin of the Ashanti gold belt in central Ghana.

Situated along the AshantiAyanfuri gold trend Fahiakoba is an interesting piece of mineral real estate, with Perseus's Mining's (PRU-T) multi-million ounce Edikan gold project lying roughly 6 km southwest and AngloGold Ashanti's (AU-N) long-running Obuasi gold mine sitting around 22 km to the northeast. Under terms of the agreement Asante paid US$52,000 and agreed to spend US$1 million in exploration over a five-year term subject to a 3% net smelter return royalty (NSR).

Though surface mining of buried channels along the nearby Ofin River is ongoing, no modern exploration techniques have been attempted at Fahiakoba. Since at least 70% of the property is covered by transported-alluvial material Asante relied on two helicopter-flown geophysical surveys to outline potential structural trends and conductive zones — a strategy that has a history of success in Ghana.

The company outlined roughly 20 km of favorable shear zones along its concession, and began wide-spaced scout drilling in early 2012. Asante also punched 399 auger-soil holes to test saprolite for gold mineralization under river gravel and alluvium cover. Results from a maiden diamond drill program were released in June, with 3 of 14 holes hitting narrow zones of gold mineralization.

Assays were highlighted by Hole FAH12-005, which cut 0.5 metres grading 289 grams gold at 200 metres depth; and Hole FAH12-003 with an intercept of 1 metre averaging 7.34 grams gold from 41 metres depth.

"The initial drill results have confirmed that the Akropong and Edikan shear zones locally contain anomalous to highly-anomalous gold mineralization where they cross our Fahiakoba concession," MacQuarrie said following the release, explaining that Asante was also looking at acquisitions to augment its presence in Ghana. "The positive early results from the drilling, auger soil sampling and ground geophysical programs suggest that numerous high priority drill targets will be outlined.”

Asante kick-started a second drill program at six gold targets on the northeastern section of its property in mid-September. The targets have reported strike lengths of between 200 metres and 600 metres and are "co-incident with structural 'breaks' that have been interpreted from airborne and ground geophysical surveys." The company expects to complete an additional 12 holes over 2,500 metres during its second round of drilling, with results scheduled for late January.

MacQuarrie's ties to PMI will also continue under a royalty relationship that could provide Asante with reliable cash flows to fuel exploration. The company arranged to purchase a 1% NSR at Obotan for US$22.5 million in mid-November in an all-stock transaction that will see Asante issue 45 million shares valued at 50¢ — both the Fahiakoba acquisition and royalty deal were completed with Ghana-registered Goknet Mining, where MacQuarrie sits as managing director.

Asante wagers its NSR at Obotan could generate as much as US$3.7 million in annual revenue assuming the operation meets its production estimates of 220,000 oz. of gold per year and spot gold prices remain around the US$1,700 per oz. level.

The company maintains a tight equity structure with 20 million shares outstanding and 32% insider ownership. That could change, however, with Asante's fully-diluted position potentially jumping to 77 million shares outstanding following the royalty acquisition and pending warrant exercises at 34.7¢ per share.

Asante has traded within a 52-week range of 15¢ and 65¢ and maintains a $4.8 million market capitalization at the time of writing. The company has trended within a tighter 20¢ to 30¢ range to start 2013, and closed at 24¢ per share at press time.

Read more at http://www.stockhouse.com/bullboards/...mp;t=LIST#CdCG2CdbMWwohuQV.99  

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensDie Ruhe vor dem Sturm!

 
  
    #12
30.01.13 17:53
Rechne jeden Tag mit der Verkündung der Obotan-Beteiligung!

Dann sind Kurse unter 0.30 Dollar Geschichte  

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensUnd noch n Bericht

 
  
    #13
31.01.13 17:48

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensUnd hier ausführlich

 
  
    #14
31.01.13 17:49
hares of Asante Gold Corp. (CVE:ASE) were up nearly nine per cent Friday, having advanced roughly 30 per cent in the past month, as investors look forward to seeing the benefits of a deal inked last fall to buy the 1 per cent net smelter return (NSR) royalty Goknet Mining Company holds on PMI Gold's (CVE:PMV) Obotan gold project in Ghana.
The consideration of the royalty acquisition deal, reached in November last year, is $22.5 million, consisting of 45 million shares in Asante stock, at a deemed value of 50 cents per share.
Asante president and CEO Douglas MacQuarrie, who is also the managing director of Goknet, said earlier this month that he was looking forward to the company’s shareholder meeting to approve the royalty acquisition - and moving Asante forward.
MacQuarrie acquired another 1 million Asante shares for $250,000 in early January, bringing his total investment in the company to about 4.47 million shares, 250,000 share purchase warrants and 300,000 stock options, representing roughly 22.77 per cent of Asante’s stock, on a partially diluted basis - a show of confidence in the junior gold explorer.
PMI Gold has previously announced that the Obotan project has a post-tax net present value of US$387 million, assuming a US$1,300 per ounce gold price, and a 5 per cent discount rate. It also has a projected post-tax internal rate of return (IRR) of 28 per cent, and a capital payback period of just less than 3 years.
Start of construction is targeted for this quarter, for first gold production beginning in 2014, conditional on approvals and financing arrangements.
Average production is slated for 221,500 ounces of gold per year for the first five years, with total production estimated at 2.26 million recovered gold ounces over the 11.5 year mine life.
Project revenue over the life of the mine is forecast at a whopping US$2.9 billion using a $1,300 an ounce gold price, and at US$3.61 billion using a higher price of the yellow metal.
Average cash operating costs are anticipated at US$626 per ounce, and the capital cost estimate for Obotan is US$296.6 million, including a pre-strip mining cost of US$82.2 million.
Asante is also currently exploring the Fahiakoba Concession located in the centre of Ghana's Golden Triangle between Perseus Mining's (TSE:PRU) (ASX:PRU) 280,000 ounce-per-year Edikan gold mine, and AngloGold Ashanti's (NYSE:AU) 315,000 ounce-per-year Obuasi gold mine.
Last September, the company said it collected final assays from a soil auger program on its Fahiakoba mining concession. Auger holes were drilled to depths of seven metres to test for blind gold mineralization within weathered bedrock below widespread alluvial cover.
Anomalous gold values ranged from 25 to 650 parts per billion (ppb), with background levels of 10 ppb gold or less. The assays were part of a 1,200 auger-hole soil geochemical drill program designed to outline additional drill targets.
Asante’s shares were up 2 cents as at about 1:30 p.m. EDT Friday, trading at 25 cents.  

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensInfo auf Deutsch

 
  
    #15
31.01.13 17:56

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensDouglas (der CEO) kauft weiter!

 
  
    #16
31.01.13 19:09
Jan 29/13 Jan 29/13 MacQuarrie, Douglas Richard Indirect Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 14,000 $0.240
Jan 28/13 Jan 25/13 MacQuarrie, Douglas Richard Indirect Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 5,000 $0.265
Jan 28/13 Jan 25/13 MacQuarrie, Douglas Richard Indirect Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 3,000 $0.260
Jan 28/13 Jan 25/13 MacQuarrie, Douglas Richard Indirect Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 11,000 $0.240
Jan 28/13 Jan 25/13 MacQuarrie, Douglas Richard Indirect Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 5,000 $0.250  

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensSchönes Plus

 
  
    #17
31.01.13 22:43
.25 +0.015 +6.38% 14,000 0.25/0.25 0.65/0.15
LAST TRADED:
01/31/2013 13:00 TRANSACTION VOLUME
8000
OPEN
      0.25          §PREV. CLOSE
0.235
BID
      0.26          ASK
0.265§
BID SIZE
      2500          §ASK SIZE
10000
MARKET CAP
5.38 m SHARES OUT
21,511,000  

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensKann den Start der Rakete förmlich riechen!

 
  
    #18
31.01.13 22:44
Keine shares am Markt und Bombennews steht an!  

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensUnglaublich - keine shares verfügbar!

 
  
    #19
06.02.13 20:18
Da bietet man 10% über Pari in Frankfurt, und das einzige was passiert - der Kurs wird hoch getaxt.

Aber is mir klar, dass von dieser Perle zu diesen Preisen keiner seine shares verkauft.
Nicht mal die Gründungsaktionäre, die ihre Anteile noch günstiger erhalten haben. Vor allem die wissen was ansteht!  

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensSo - wieder ein paar eingesammelt!

 
  
    #20
13.02.13 17:45

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensund noch einer sammelt stetig!

 
  
    #21
26.02.13 19:16
Filing
      Date§ Transaction
      Date§ Insider Name Ownership
      Type§ Securities Nature of transaction # or value acquired or disposed of Price
Feb 20/13 Feb 19/13 MacQuarrie, Douglas Richard Indirect Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 3,000 $0.250
Feb 15/13 Feb 14/13 MacQuarrie, Douglas Richard Indirect Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 7,000 $0.250
Feb 6/13 Feb 5/13 MacQuarrie, Douglas Richard Indirect Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 2,500 $0.250
Jan 31/13 Jan 31/13 MacQuarrie, Douglas Richard Indirect Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 2,500 $0.250
Jan 31/13 Jan 29/13 MacQuarrie, Douglas Richard Indirect Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 5,000 $0.240
Jan 31/13 Jan 29/13 MacQuarrie, Douglas Richard Indirect Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 10,000 $0.235
Jan 29/13 Jan 29/13 MacQuarrie, Douglas Richard Indirect Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 14,000 $0.240
Jan 28/13 Jan 25/13 MacQuarrie, Douglas Richard Indirect Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 5,000 $0.265
Feb 22/13 Jan 25/13 MacQuarrie, Douglas Richard Indirect Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 10,000 $0.265
Jan 28/13 Jan 25/13 MacQuarrie, Douglas Richard Indirect Ownership Common Shares 10 - Acquisition in the public market 11,000 $0.240

www.canadianinsider.com  

669 Postings, 3921 Tage blublubso..

 
  
    #22
20.03.13 08:19

ich bin jetzt auch mal dabei - wenn auch nur mit Kleingeld - mal sehen was noch alles passiert :-)

 

34 Postings, 4711 Tage unicornmit Douglas

 
  
    #23
21.03.13 05:36
kann man gutes Geld verdienen. Aber wenn er aussteigt, sollte man folgen !   Siehe PMI ! Die krebst nur noch so vor sich hin ...  

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensRichtig erkannt - gutes Management ist das A und O

 
  
    #24
21.03.13 19:25
Bei PMI gehts etwas drunter und drüber.
Bin da auch noch Aktionär - zum Glück wurde die geplante Fusion abgesagt. Lauter Dilletanten am Werk.

Jetzt verzögern se auch noch den Royalty-Deal mit Asante!  

777 Postings, 4482 Tage evensHier die news dazu

 
  
    #25
21.03.13 19:25
Asante Gold updates on PMI Gold royalty deal, still awaiting consents
1:49 pm by Deborah Bacal In November last year, Asante said it would buy the 1 percent royalty Goknet Mining Company holds on the PMI property, for consideration of $22.5 million in stock. Asante said in a statement Thursday that Goknet has not yet received the necessary third party consent, and that it will take "all actions" necessary to obtain the approval.
Asante Gold Corp (CVE:ASE) has updated shareholders Thursday with respect to the previously announced acquisition of a 1 percent net smelter return (NSR) royalty on PMI Gold's (TSE:PMV) Obotan gold project in Ghana, saying the royalty holder has not yet received the necessary consent for the deal.
In November last year, Asante said it would buy the 1 percent royalty Goknet Mining Company holds on the PMI property, for consideration of $22.5 million in stock.
Asante said in a statement Thursday that Goknet has not yet received the necessary third party consent, and that it will take "all actions" necessary to obtain the approval.
Goknet has referred the matter to binding arbitration, the statement said, with a decision expected by the end of April.
According to the release, Goknet has confirmed to Asante that it holds a 2% NSR royalty interest in all the concessions held by PMI Gold and its subsidiaries on the Asankrangwa gold belt in Ghana, including all the concessions and mining leases that make up Obotan.
PMI Gold has previously announced that the Obotan project has a post-tax net present value of US$387 million, assuming a US$1,300 per ounce gold price, and a 5 per cent discount rate. It also has a projected post-tax internal rate of return (IRR) of 28 per cent, and a capital payback period of just less than 3 years.
Start of construction is targeted for this quarter, for first gold production beginning in 2014, conditional on approvals and financing arrangements.
Average production is slated for 221,500 ounces of gold per year for the first five years, with total production estimated at 2.26 million recovered gold ounces over the 11.5 year mine life.
Asante also noted Thursday that the private placement financing of up to $2 million announced last November will  not be undertaken at this time, as it anticipates that enough working capital will be available from the exercise of outstanding warrants that are now priced "near market".
The gold junior is also currently exploring the Fahiakoba Concession located in the centre of Ghana's Golden Triangle between Perseus Mining's (TSE:PRU) (ASX:PRU) 280,000 ounce-per-year Edikan gold mine, and AngloGold Ashanti's (NYSE:AU) 315,000 ounce-per-year Obuasi gold mine.  

Seite: <
| 2 | 3 | 4 >  
   Antwort einfügen - nach oben