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  • edwarddpeters edwarddpeters Feb 1, 2012 12:22 PM Flag

    Alaska

    they have had 3 core samples for months now, I just want a little transperency. Good or bad, tell us whats going on.

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    • Drilling was limited there in 2011..As for 2012 no certainty but chances are 2012 as well.

      Mux upcoming activities...

      March 4th..PDAC from Toronto..Mcewen is extremely during this time period

      March 12...earnings announcement..Also during this time period into may...drilling updates from Argentina


      March 27-28..John Tumazos Research Mining Conference...There job is to advise active money managers, thru independent research of the companies mines.

      Spring time..Updates on Reserves from El GAllo.

      Mid year...pre-feasibilty update from El GAllo..

    • edward -

      Why are you coming over to the MUX Thread from Tri-Valley demanding a little transparency ?

      How about a little introduction? or Nice Board you got here, BTW do You know.... Or Since you are from the Tri-Valley Thread, how about some Due Diligence (DD) on the Richardson Project, the mines that are within the Project....Minerals, etc.., to go along with your question.....

      How about calling Tri-Valley IR, Select Resources IR and then filling us in, unless you want to wait until May for the Field Program to resume.

      I know the Core Samples were taken in the 2Q & 3Q last year.... Been a long time, I would have been on the Phone to IR before Thanksgiving...

      There are some hard DD individuals here. Discussing our on going projects and the Merger is their focus right now.

      The Richardson project is a Small Side Exploration Project ("Exploration Lease and Purchase Option Definitive Agreement") for MUX, If not for Tri-Valley too, not a high priority item for Mux shareholders right now.

      I'm interested in knowing if Richardson has any Porphyry deposits similar to Shorty Creek. From an investment standpoint, I like Porphyry deposits because as a rule they contain Gold, and a current favorite of mine for U.S. Territories, MOLYBDENUM. Plus the Byproducts of Palladium and Silver! Porphyry Mineral Systems are 3 to 10 times greater in value than intrusive related gold deposits (Red Lake being one of the rarer exceptions)

      Friendliness, DD, and sharing information are a two way street.

      JW

 
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