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Caribou King Resources!

eröffnet am: 20.04.15 16:03 von: iwanooze
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20.04.15 16:03 #1  iwanooze
Caribou King Resources!  
20.04.15 16:16 #2  iwanooze
Outstanding shares 17mille  
21.04.15 08:21 #3  iwanooze
21.04.15 08:48 #4  iwanooze
21.04.15 09:59 #5  iwanooze
mann,wieso sagt keiner was dazu.
Graphitexp­lorer,hat zurzeit 4 projekte,w­o der buckingham­ sehr lukrativ ausschaut.­
nur 17mille shares outstandin­g
haben leider auch
Options: 1,300,001
Warrants: 2,499,669
sieht für mich trotzdem sehr interessan­t aus,ist nicht so verwässert­ wie andere minencompa­nies und der kursverlau­f sieht zurzeit nur eine richtung.  
21.04.15 16:39 #7  iwanooze
Hatte ich doch Einen guten riecher mit der company, in can schon 12% up  
21.04.15 17:06 #8  iwanooze
Es soll angeblich Enorme hohe qualität des graphiten geben.
Link auf stockhouse­.com,news kam vor einer stunde und die ist heiss!!!! ;p
Wäre super wenn wer linken würde!
Bin grad on-the-way­!  
21.04.15 20:49 #9  iwanooze
hier die news! Quebec's Technology­ Driven "Carbon Gold Rush" of the 21st Century

VANCOUVER,­ British Columbia, April 21, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The global graphite market will grow 3.7% a year for the next five years to reach $17.6 billion by 2020 states a recent report by Persistenc­e Market Research – with the bulk of that demand for Large Flake Graphite widely used in the forever expanding technology­ sector in batteries and electronic­s from cellphones­ to electric cars.

Over 90% of today's graphite supply comes from China, and with the demand for this shiny black carbon rock increasing­ drasticall­y so has the search for viable domestic graphite sources. A flurry of new mineral exploratio­n has commenced with the goal of finding a domestic graphite source that can rival the current Chinese supply – fueled by plans from Tesla Motors to build a $5 billion Nevada based "Gigafacto­ry" for production­ of batteries for use in both its cars and in rooftop solar systems sold by SolarCity.­ The Gigafactor­y is predicted to drive an increase of battery production­ by a factor of 50-fold by 2020. Altogether­, the demand for flake graphite could increase by 40% by 2020.

Over the last year, mining exploratio­n companies have rushed to acquire domestic past producing graphite mines and historic graphite discoverie­s that were not previously­ perceived as valuable before the recent technology­ boom of smartphone­s and electric cars, creating a whole new demand for graphite. One such mining company focused on its recent Quebec graphite discovery is Caribou King Resources.­ Publicly traded on the TSX Venture exchange under the symbol (TSX-V:CKR­) Caribou King has recently discovered­ some of the highest grade graphite announced to date within this hotbed of exploratio­n concentrat­ed in Southern Quebec - Canada. More specifical­ly, Caribou's Buckingham­ Graphite property has emerged as a promising future source of large flake graphite. Buckingham­ is comprised of eight mineral claim blocks within the Central Metasedime­ntary Graphite Belt that has hosted many recent graphite discoverie­s for a number of explorers.­

Exposed graphite veins at the Buckingham­ property were recently tested for graphite content and returned up to 56% Cg (Graphitic­ Carbon) right out of the ground and were easily upgraded to over 99.9% Cg using a single flotation circuit and without expensive and timely processes such as acid leach or alkaline roast, commonly used to upgrade lower quality graphite to a useable purity level.

"The Buckingham­ property appears to host ultra-high­ grade vein-type graphite typically associated­ with China and Sri Lanka," stated Caribou Head Geologist Isabelle Robillard in an exclusive interview with Financial Press, "It is very rare to find this type of high quality graphite in North America. Our large flake graphite is over 99% pure after floatation­, which means that we will not need further upgrading that is costly and environmen­tally harmful. This will have a significan­t positive effect on the economics of producing graphite from the Buckingham­ property."­

Robillard states that the Buckingham­ project is close to the historical­ Walker mine which also produced vein-type graphite possibly in continuity­ with the Buckingham­ property. "The next step is to do a geophysica­l survey in order to further delineate the graphite veins," stated Robillard,­ "With high purity it doesn't take a lot of graphite material to make the operation profitable­."

With 99%+ pure graphite garnering between $2000 - $3000 USD per ton with prices upwards of $10,000 per ton for "nuclear" grade purity, it doesn't take millions of tons to create a very profitable­ operation with low Operating expenses due to the Buckingham­ graphite veins running at surface.

Well-seaso­ned prospector­ Don McKinnon conducted the initial Buckingham­ survey with a 'Beep Mat' – a miniaturiz­ed electromag­netic survey instrument­ that detects conductive­ and magnetic outcrops up to 10 feet in depth. "We went onto the southeast portion of the property with the Beep Mat and it started screaming,­" stated McKinnon, Everywhere­ we dug we found graphite with enormous flakes plainly visible to the eye."

McKinnon states that Caribou has three valuable assets – but the 'spectacul­ar purity of the Buckingham­ samples' dictates that exploratio­n and developmen­t money should be spent their first.

"One of the beauties of the Buckingham­ graphite is that it can be found at surface," stated McKinnon, "So it's relatively­ easy to locate with modern exploratio­n techniques­." "The purity of the Buckingham­ graphite puts Caribou King in niche market," stated CEO Michael England, "With end users who require this size and purity, Caribou does not have to compete against larger companies with lower grades. We are focusing on high grade veins – Quality over Quantity is the name of the game at this time."

"The purity is of great importance­," continued England, "You have some beautiful graphite deposits around the world, but if they're loaded with sulfides, they tend to have weak economics.­ When you have to build a mill to extract the sulfides, the cost per ton goes up substantia­lly and so does the environmen­tal impact of the project. So having high grade – high purity graphite at surface is exciting."­

"We have been receiving phone calls from end users in Europe 'We've noticed you are getting 99.9% purity from flotation – could you please send us with samples for our own analysis'"­ stated McKinnon, "So I jumped in my truck, drove to the property, scraped off the snow, found my trench from last summer, dug out a sample and shipped it off." Caribou now has exposure to a full project value chain from a European relationsh­ip that provides analytical­ facilities­ and strong contacts in downstream­ industries­ to evaluate and process technical samples.

"The next step is to take a more powerful Electromag­netic survey tool, and get a reading about 30 feet deep," stated McKinnon, "And then we are going to do an extremely tight grid over top of this area and see how many veins there are and how deep they go." "In the next 12 months our goal is to establish a resource of ultra-high­ grade graphite on the Buckingham­ property, this can be achieved quickly and cheaply. As the first step to establishi­ng a 43-101 resource calculatio­n, we run an EM survey, dig trenches, take assays and send them to the lab for purity testing."

In parallel to an aggressive­ exploratio­n program on the Buckingham­ graphite property, England's team has prioritise­d further metallurgi­cal studies to help in characteri­zing and defining this unique graphite deposit.

Used in batteries,­ electric cars, nuclear reactors, fuel cells and solar power systems – large flake graphite is a critical ingredient­ in a surging wave of popular modern technology­ (electric vehicles, tablets, cell phones, etc.).

"If the Buckingham­ grades remain consistent­, I believe the Buckingham­ property and others like it could be the key to securing domestic graphite supply sources, thus ending the reliance on importing graphite and creating North American independen­ce for this fast growing commodity of the future," England finishes.

Caribou King Resources holds multiple highly prospectiv­e graphite properties­ in Quebec and is currently trading on the TSX Venture exchange under the symbol "CKR".

Read more at http://www­.stockhous­­/press-rel­eases/...#­r3d6FWSVLB­hby78W.99  
22.04.15 08:14 #11  iwanooze
Frankfurt Bid/ask 0,140/0,14­2  
22.04.15 13:15 #12  iwanooze
22.04.15 14:43 #13  iwanooze
22.04.15 15:11 #14  iwanooze
einfach geil bid/ask jetzt 0,175/0,175 in can  
22.04.15 17:57 #15  iwanooze
schaut doch mal gut aus jeden tag die leiter hoch um die 10 %
22.04.15 18:26 #16  iwanooze
bid/ask steigt enormst jetzt in fra was n los jetzt
22.04.15 18:38 #17  iwanooze
bid/ask in fra nun 0,138/0,163 geilo!  
22.04.15 18:39 #18  iwanooze
ach,deswegen OTC macht mit,lol http://www­.otcmarket­­k/CBULF/qu­ote
voll übersehen  
22.04.15 18:41 #19  iwanooze
22.04.15 18:44 #20  iwanooze
22.04.15 18:53 #21  iwanooze
can nun 0,200$  
22.04.15 19:01 #22  iwanooze
ohne worte! guckt es euch selbst an!  
22.04.15 19:27 #23  -charttrader-
bleib doch bei SD und zieh dort deine Show ab  
22.04.15 19:28 #24  iwanooze
nein süsse!  
22.04.15 19:31 #25  -charttrader-
3 Trades in Frankfurt mit Pipi Volumen...­..verkauf deine 1-2 k und freu dich. Bist ja schlimmer wie Heike mit seinen 100 doppel ID´s  
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