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2565 Postings, 6303 Tage PaiMeiAktuelles OB Kurs zZ -20%

 
  
    #76
14.03.11 00:33
Dennoch: Ich stocke hier auf! Ich habe bereits Stücke zu 0.095 AUD und 0.096 AUD ergattern können ;-))
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211 Postings, 5255 Tage lerocker@PaiMei

 
  
    #77
14.03.11 00:40
.... ich muss erst umschichten, bevor ich die verlockenden Kurse hier abschöpfen kann!
Blöd, das nur gerad die meisten meiner anderen Werte dem ASX-Ausverkauf letzte Woche erlagen (MZM, MAT, BSM .... .-)

viel erfolg ,

greetz,
lerocker  

2565 Postings, 6303 Tage PaiMeiPanikverkäufe ???

 
  
    #78
1
14.03.11 01:17
Der Kurs ging noch weiter 'runter. Derzeit 0.088 AUD. Ich habe weiter zugekauft, da ich von PEN überzeugt bin. Die Ereignisse in Japan sind äußerst dramatisch, werden aber aus meiner persönlichen Sicht, nichts am Uranbedarf und an der weiteren Verwendung von Atomenergie etwas ändern. Hier meine Käufe von heute Nacht:
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2565 Postings, 6303 Tage PaiMeiRussen und Chinesen ...

 
  
    #79
2
14.03.11 21:44
... weichen laut "heute"-Nachrichten (von heute) nicht von ihren Plänen ab, weiter AKWs zu bauen.  

211 Postings, 5255 Tage lerockerHigh Grade Uranium Confirmed !

 
  
    #80
1
15.03.11 00:09
viele gute Meldungen in denkbar schlechtem Umfeld - mal schauen, obs hier etwas beruhigt!

http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20110315/pdf/41xfjxhlyw79pn.pdf

hoffe, morgen Möglichkeit zum Umschichten zu finden - wenn der Kurs dann noch unten ist, lege ich ne dicke Schippe nach !

viel erfolg allen hier!

greetz,
lerocker  

211 Postings, 5255 Tage lerockerJapan Atom-Katastrophe - aus dem NEWS-Ticker

 
  
    #81
16.03.11 13:04
paar Infos zur allg. Stimmungslage im Hinblick auf Atomenergie:


[11:07] +++ Umfrage: Große Mehrheit hält Atomkraft für unverzichtbar +++
Trotz der Atomkatastrophe in Japan hält eine große Mehrheit der Bundesbürger die Atomkraft für unverzichtbar. 71 Prozent gaben dies in einer Forsa-Umfrage für das Magazin «Stern» an.

[12:21] +++ Finnen halten an Ausbau von Atomkraft fest +++

Bin auch ein Freund grüner Energie - so ganz ohne AKW´s und das bereits am besten morgen, wird es aber nicht gehen!

greetz,
lerocker  

1622 Postings, 5291 Tage heller-goisernalso

 
  
    #82
1
16.03.11 17:19
gehandelt wurde unser Invest ja nicht schlecht Heute Nacht im Aussi Land.Na ja auch kein Wunder nach dem gestrigen Absturz.
Peninsula Energy, Argosy Minerals and Peak Resources top the Proactive Investors Rippers list today
Wednesday, March 16, 2011 by John Phillips  The Australian market puffed out its chest today and said I am not going to be pushed around by global concerns, as the All Ordinaries bucked the global trend of falling bourses and added 35 points to 4645.

Of the top 50 stocks by market capitalisation, 28 finished in the green, 20 in the red and 2 closed where they opened.

On the markets, The Proactive Investors Ripper award for the biggest percentage gainer went to Peninsula Energy (ASX: PEN) with a 41% leap.

Other stocks adding a twinkle in investors eyes and heading north on the fast bound train to Moneysville included; Argosy Minerals (ASX: AGY) and Peak Resources (ASX: PEK), which both added 31%.

The Dippers award, or biggest percentage faller on the day was shared between Paramount Mining Corporation (ASX: PCP) and Advanced Surgical Design & Manufacture (ASX: AMT) which both fell 32%, as Central Asia Resources (ASX: CVR) was off 24%.

Topping the most actively traded stock was Empire Oil & Gas NL (ASX: EGO), again!, with 452 million shares changing hands, closely followed by Peninsula Energy (ASX: PEN) with 422 million, Focus Minerals (ASX: FML) 90 million, Telstra (ASX: TLS) 85 million and Axiom Mining (ASX: AVQ) 79 million.

The miners lead the most traded stocks, with BHP Billiton (ASX: BHP) having 20,300 share 'parcels' traded on the day, followed by Rio Tinto (ASX: RIO) 16,700, Woodside Petroleum (ASX: WPL) 16,400, Commonwealth Bank (ASX: CBA) 16,100 and Westpac (ASX: WBC) 14,700.

Quelle proactivinvestor  

211 Postings, 5255 Tage lerockerganz frisch :Change in substantial holding

 
  
    #83
17.03.11 22:38

140 Postings, 5941 Tage Readwrite48In Australien heute 11Cadcent und mehr als 180 mln

 
  
    #84
1
21.03.11 18:16
Aktien gehandelt und in Berlin - 8,4 EUROcent 50% Ansteg und nur bei FSE und Ariva bleibt 6,7 Cadcent mit +3% - toll!  

211 Postings, 5255 Tage lerockerHigh Grade Intersections Continue from Lance Drill

 
  
    #85
24.03.11 23:36
soviel gute Ergebnisse sollten doch vom Markt belohnt werden, oder drückt das "Umfeld" noch zu sehr????

http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20110325/pdf/01165126.pdf

greetz,
lerocker  

1622 Postings, 5291 Tage heller-goisernNews

 
  
    #86
1
25.03.11 09:41
http://www.pel.net.au/images/peninsul---suolongahn.pdf

lerocker kannst du mal schauen dein link funktioniert leider nicht.
Mfg  

211 Postings, 5255 Tage lerockerBroker Research !

 
  
    #87
2
01.04.11 08:13

2565 Postings, 6303 Tage PaiMeiSchlechte Nachrichten aus Japan ...

 
  
    #88
1
03.04.11 20:24
... nehmen einfach kein Ende. Ich denke, es wird noch einige Monate dauern, bis die Kurse sich bei Uranaktien erholen werden. In den Nachrichten habe ich gerade gehört, dass Deutschland bis 2050 aus der Atomenergie ausgestiegen sein will ...
Andere größere Nationen denken da allerdings etwas anders und bleiben bei ihren Programmen bzgl. Atomenergie. Ein Umdenken vor dem gegebenen Hintergrund sollte nicht ausgeschlossen werden. Meine derzeitigen Verluste bei PEN halten sich in Grenzen (-5.6%), da ich einen sehr günstigen Einstieg erwischt habe. Bei MEY sieht das etwas anders aus, warte aber hier in Ruhe das zweite Halbjahr 2011 noch ab. Der Kursrückgang bei MEY hat mit Japan nichts zu tun.

2565 Postings, 6303 Tage PaiMeiUran Stock Index ...

 
  
    #89
1
04.04.11 22:53

1622 Postings, 5291 Tage heller-goisernNews vom 6/4 öffentliche Bekanntmachung

 
  
    #90
1
06.04.11 13:24
Peninsula Minerals Notice under Section 708A
Wed, 6 Apr 2011 18:32:00 +1000       2 hours, 47 minutes ago

6 April 2011 C omp a ni es An n ouncem e nt O f fi c e Via Electronic Lodgement NOTICE UNDER SECTION 708A An Appendix 3B was released today for the issue of 1,000,000 listed PENOC Options exercisable at 3 cents on or before 31 December 2015 (Options), under a project financing agreement. The Company gives notice pursuant to Section 708A (5)(e) of the Corporations Act that: (a) (b) (c) The Options were issued without disclosure under Part 6D(2) of the Corporations Act. The Company, as at the date of this notice, has complied with the provisions of Chapter 2M of the Corporations Act and Section 674 of the Corporations Act.

There is no excluded information to be disclosed for the purposes of Section 708A (7) and (8) of the Corporations Act. Yours Sincerely Jonathan Whyte Company Secretary For further information, please contact our office on (08)9380 9920 during normal business hours. Level 1, 477 Hay Street, Subiaco WA 6008, Phone: +61 (0)8 9380 9920 PO Box 8129, Subiaco East WA 6008 Fax: +61 (0)8 9381 5064 Peninsula Energy Limited - ABN: 67 062 409 303.
Quelle wotnews  

1622 Postings, 5291 Tage heller-goisernselbst wenn

 
  
    #91
2
06.04.11 16:03
alle momentan im Bau befindlichen Kernkraftwerke stillgelegt werden ,wird momentan nicht genug Uran abgebaut.Hier mal ein Interview mit Mickey Fulp: Long-Term Uranium Nachfrage weiter
von Karen Roche - Der Energy-Bericht
4. April 2011


The peripatetic Mercenary Geologist Mickey Fulp explains that even if all under-construction and planned nuclear facilities are suspended, not enough uranium is being mined currently to supply ongoing demand. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Mickey reveals a number of companies poised to benefit from this long-term fundamental upside.

The Energy Report: What impact will the damage to the Fukushima nuclear facility in Japan have on the spot price and/or market valuations for uranium companies?

Mickey Fulp: Currently, it is unknown what the fallout (pun intended) from this nuclear incident will be both economically and geopolitically. At the very minimum, Japan has lost a significant portion of the energy output from one facility. Eleven nuclear reactors out of the country's 55 are shut down currently and at least two will never produce electricity again. That energy capacity will need to be replaced by other electrical sources.

Globally, this is the third nuclear plant incident in more than 30 years. The first was Three Mile Island. While nothing of real consequence happened, it did change the perception of nuclear safety. The second incident was Chernobyl where the reactor melted down, resulting in serious environmental and health impacts. That reactor was an obsolete and inadequate design with no containment vessel and was never used in the West. Although Japan's Fukushima plant was using some older technology and we still don't know what the full damage will be, it will not be anything near the Chernobyl disaster.

Anti-nuclear organizations will be emboldened by this situation while pro-nuclear concerns likely will remain so. Looking forward, who knows what the impact will be? Will we see some older reactors come offline? Probably, however, most countries can't afford to shut them down because electrical demand will not decrease. Will we see some reactors in the process of construction stop construction? Perhaps. Will we see nuclear facilities that are planned but not yet started be delayed or waylaid? That seems likely.

TER: If reactors under construction or planned are postponed or abandoned, how much will that impact the demand for uranium? Could we see a uranium price crash?

MF: It wouldn't surprise me if we saw a drop in the spot uranium price and stocks. I don't think it will diminish much uranium demand in the short or midterm, because the fundamentals haven't really changed. There is still a shortage of uranium. We haven't mined enough uranium for 25 years and our current mine supply deficit is 30% of total yearly demand. We've been operating on depleting private and sovereign stockpiles and the conversion of Russian warheads to nuclear fuel rods. The Russian program ends in 2013 and stockpiles are getting depleted to low levels. So, even if all the reactors under construction, planned and proposed, are scuttled, we'd still need more uranium for the reactors that are online currently than we are presently mining.

TER: Do you see any scenario in which the Japan incident will impact uranium prices significantly?

MF: We saw spot prices crater to a low of $49/lb. on March 16 before recovering to $60/lb. on March 21. There will be a price impact but, as for significant damage to the nuclear energy industry, it is way too early to tell. Frankly, I do not know. I do know that current reactors need to replenish stockpiles of uranium periodically and that we don't mine enough at this time. Demand, most likely, will still be there over the short, mid and long term.

TER: Will other energy commodities increase due to this nuclear scare? Specifically, I was thinking about natural gas, which is in abundance and really cheap.

MF: We have a mixed bag of energy prices now and lots of volatility. As the uranium stocks sold off, solar, wind and natural gas stocks took off briefly before reality set in. Solar cannot provide baseload electricity because of night and wind cannot because it does not blow constantly at the same velocity 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for 365 days a year. We don't have the natural gas transportation, storage and filling infrastructure to convert electrical plants or vehicles quickly.

Coal has been the real winner in 2011 with supply disruptions causing rapid rises in price, but it is our dirtiest form of energy and a major pollutant worldwide. Oil prices are high at over $100 a barrel and major volatility is likely to continue due to Middle East turmoil. We also have the ecofascists who preach "clean and green," but then launch lawsuits to stop solar plants in the Mojave Desert and offshore wind farms on the East Coast. What do the NIMBYs (not in my backyard) want, all of us to just freeze in the dark?

In my opinion, we desperately need a viable domestic uranium industry as we strive to reach energy independence in the U.S. I trust that the American people and its politicians and policymakers will continue to ensure that all forms of energy, including nuclear power, play a part in this mix.

TER: You have written that your two favorite uranium companies are Strathmore Minerals Corp. (TSX:STM; OTCQX:STHJF) and Mawson Resources Ltd. (TSX:MAW; OTCPK:MWSNF; Fkft:MRY). Let's talk about them. In your December Musing, "The Mercenary Geologist's Uranium Review Q410," you felt that Strathmore Minerals was the most-undervalued uranium developer listed on the North American exchange. You wrote, "Rest assured, given the current time and price that I am not selling." The stock chart shows it's been jumping around a bit since December. Can you give us an update?

MF: Strathmore is continuing to work toward a feasibility study at Roca Honda in New Mexico and a mine permit application in Gas Hills, Wyoming. The company likely will monetize some of its other seven non-core development assets in the next 12 months. I still expect the consolidation of uranium developers in New Mexico within the next year or two. A private European investment fund divested of its Strathmore holdings in early 2011, and that depressed the stock price. It took a while for the company to chew through this, and then it went as low as $0.63 in the four-day selling frenzy after the Fukushima incident. STM has recovered nicely in recent trading sessions and is now trading at about $0.75.

TER: You mentioned that your other favorite company in the uranium sector is Mawson Resources. You alerted readers about Mawson on November 17 and those who acted on your alert got more than a double in four days from $1 to over $2. What's in store for Mawson in 2011?

MF: Mawson had a phenomenally quick double based on project news, my BNN appearance, a Mercenary Musing alert and the San Francisco Hard Assets show that allowed the company to show off its wares. After the initial run-up to $2.68 and profit taking that took it back to about $2, it ranged between $1.75 and $2.25 before dropping to $1.16 in the aftermath of the Japan disaster. Mawson recently announced final 2010 surface sample results from the Rompas project in northern Finland. The results are impressive, with bonanza-grade gold and uranium values. The stock moved when the company received permits for shallow drilling and is once again in the $2.10 range. Rompas could be a major new discovery or perhaps just a curious surface anomaly; more likely, it will be something in between. Now, we will wait for results from the drilling and what the old truth tool will tell.

TER: Do you have any new ideas in uranium space?

MF: Of course, I am always looking for beaten-up stocks that have strong fundamentals and solid underlying value. My recent favorite is Uranium Energy Corp (NYSE.A:UEC), a new in-situ recovery (ISR) uranium producer in South Texas. Although still early on, its first quarter of production came in with cash costs of $18/lb. Given uranium's current spot price of $60, it looks like a potential winner to me. It is the one stock I am accumulating on sector weakness for long-term investment and anticipate a plan to grow this junior producer into something bigger in the near future.

TER: In your last Mercenary Musing, which is available to your free email subscribers, you wrote, "Putting in stink bids and patiently accumulating as the market rises and falls is always a legitimate strategy." In general, what constitutes a "stink" bid-20% from the recent price, 25% off the price?

MF: To me, a stink bid is a bid lower than the stock's normal or recent range that implies a lack of interest, a market correction, some sort of selloff, a dormant period with no news or, perhaps, breaking below the 50- or 200-day moving average. Rest assured, I am now closely watching the uranium space for contrarian opportunities.

Michael S. "Mickey" Fulp is the author of The Mercenary Geologist. He is a certified professional geologist with a B.Sc. in earth sciences with honors from the University of Tulsa and M.Sc. in geology from the University of New Mexico. Mickey has more than 30 years experience as an exploration geologist searching for economic deposits of base and precious metals, industrial minerals, coal, uranium, oil and gas and water in North and South America, Europe and Asia. Mickey has worked for junior explorers, major mining companies, private companies and investors as a consulting economic geologist for the past 23 years, specializing in geological mapping, property evaluation and business development.
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9 Postings, 4972 Tage Mrshuffles@heller

 
  
    #92
1
06.04.11 18:51
Gut recherchiert , danke..hoffe, dass der Staat Wyoming in dieser üblen Zeit, nicht den Schwanz einzieht und abbaugehnemigungen, die schon fast sicher waren, wieder in der Schublade verschwinden lässt. Mal sehen'  

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    #93
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06.04.11 19:49

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1622 Postings, 5291 Tage heller-goisernstarker Handel heutein australien

 
  
    #95
1
15.04.11 08:53
Topping the most actively traded stocks was BCD Resources (ASX: BCD) with 93 million shares changing hands, with ABM Resources (ASX: ABU) 59 million, Peninsula Energy (ASX: PEN) 51 million, Millennium Resources (ASX: MOY) 38 million and Alcyone Resources (ASX: AYN) 36 million  

1622 Postings, 5291 Tage heller-goisernDrilling Results vom 20 / 4

 
  
    #96
1
20.04.11 06:12

2565 Postings, 6303 Tage PaiMeiToller Newsflow!

 
  
    #97
1
21.04.11 09:53
PEN ist und bleibt für mich ein Top-Invest und Punkt.

1622 Postings, 5291 Tage heller-goiserninteressante Präsentation mit Gus Simpson

 
  
    #98
1
24.04.11 08:19

1622 Postings, 5291 Tage heller-goisernappendix 3 B vom 27/4

 
  
    #99
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27.04.11 16:18

211 Postings, 5255 Tage lerockerQuarterly Activities Report

 
  
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28.04.11 00:57

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