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Arizona Lithium Limited (AZL.AX)

ASX - ASX Delayed Price. Currency in AUD
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0.10500.0000 (0.00%)
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  • R
    Ross
    Why have the Hualapai and the 21 other Arizona tribes convinced BLM to delay, for 13 months now, any decision on the latest drill-and-fill proposal from this company? In simplest terms, they have a hydrologist report that describes the threat to the Cofer Hot Springs on land owned by the Hualapai. When you cut through all the comparisons to the irrelevant Nevada litigation, it comes down to this: Are you entitled to do something on your property, that cuts off the water supply to your neighbor?

    Not that it’s the company’s property, of course. It belongs to the people of the United States. And it’s not that this is a rare place to find lithium, which is as common as dirt in many Western locations. BLM might allow mining outside of a radius of two or three miles from the tribal-owned land. But drill results from other companies indicate that the clay is not nearly as rich in lithium, the farther from the springs you move.
  • W
    Wog
    Future looking bright for AZL. Nice move today after recent Gov announcement. This project will be one of the best in the USA
    Bullish
  • W
    Wog
    Great trading today, AZL finishing strong with a 22% gain.
    The usual downrampers retreat into their dens in a state of shock.
    Militant eco warriors such as Deep Green Resistance bang their heads in disbelief (again).
    Resistance is futile
    Bullish
  • b
    bj
    Metals experts are calling for a major shortage that will send prices flying soon. Battery metals like AZLAF will be huge winners. Also, big copper discovery by RMESF should be bonanza for Red Metal shareholders. https://richardacavalli.wixsite.com/greenplanetmicrocaps/rmes-readies-for-copper-shortage
  • t
    treyvan
    I made some positive gains today from this stock
  • C
    Chester
    Has everybody abandoned ship?
  • C
    Chester
    Trying to stay positive. You know, Keep Hope Alive. In the mean time, $.04+. Not Good.
  • R
    Ross
    Probably take a couple weeks to settle back into the nickel range. This stock is going nowhere fast, but there are so many other places to make money on battery metals.
  • W
    Wog
    Boom! People like Ross believe an Australian mining company has no right to be in Arizona, and mining companies have no pull when it comes to land/mining acquisition
    https://au.finance.yahoo.com/news/1-u-court-upholds-arizona-154017221.html
  • C
    Chester
    If anything this has taught me to take a real hard look before I leap. I’m the Still Life Photographer who did the Cowards Shoe Catalog that required no retouching, no color correction. They had the Buster Brown for kids. I Shot that job with my 8X10 Deardolf. The company was takin over by, yup, Australians. The first thing the did was cut ties with all the creative people and bring two of there own set them up on Madison Avenue as there creative. Not nice. I’m just remembering.
    Neutral
  • C
    Chester
    Thank LIACF is up and climbing. From $.27.
  • C
    Chester
    Well now it’s below $.5. No news from AZLAF. Any thoughts? Anybody?
  • R
    Ross
    I didn’t realize how fragile the lithium mining industry could be until the Australians building a geothermal system at the Salton Sea said it might just put them out of business if California imposed a one-time tax of $20 on the lithium that goes into a Tesla Model 3 battery.

    Higher fuel prices have probably already made it impractical for AZL to truck Wikieup clay to its rented Tempe workshop, where they hope to figure out what to do with it. If they wanted eventually to build a plant closer to the mine, I doubt they could afford to deliver the needed equipment.
  • C
    Chester
    I didn’t think much of it before but the fact is these guys don’t live here. It’s just a dollar and whatever. They pack up and home is at the end of a long flight. They still got nice paychecks for their time spent here. This is a real lesson.
  • C
    Chester
    I take my hat off to the smart, savoy investor’s who never get caught in deals like this.
  • R
    Ross
    My favorite part of the Big Sandy application for BLM approval is where they admit, “The drill-holes and bulk sampling site are located where metals reserves are more likely to be encountered or where sub-surface information is less understood and where geologic anomalies may be present.” In other words, they’re cherry-picking the drill sites. If they did this with Phase 1 and Phase 2, no wonder they warn investors not to extrapolate the results to cover the whole claim. How gullible can people be, to think that a 4% sample is just a random survey of the entire property?
  • R
    R
    Why would we let a foeighn company mine n the USA
    I have not looked
    They do not have the money to mine
    nothing stopping them getting the Chinese to tale majority ownership and control
    Hopefully a new republican takes over in the state and sends them packing
  • C
    Chester
    I just read on anther board that Musk made a comment about the need for more refined lithium. Any info out there about it?
  • R
    Ross
    Those of a prudish nature cast aspersions on the huge amount of income from sports gambling that flows to the state of Arizona, which gives away some of it to lithium labs; and the smaller amounts that the state’s 22 Indian tribes are allowed to share. Few of them know that there is also legal gambling on elections and politics, conducted not under state auspices but by political scientists doing research on voter attitudes and polling.

    What’s not yet offered on PredictIt are minor issues like what might eventually happen with AZL’s application at BLM. But I will go on record with what I think the current odds would be. It’s unfortunate that the only way to vote is by trading shares, which have other elements baked in.

    Chance of BLM decision:
    In July 10%
    By October 25%
    After November election and before December 31: 60%

    BLM decision:
    100% denial 10%
    Partial denial 40%
    Approval 50%

    Court appeal of partial or full approval:
    With injunction 80%
    Without injunction 20%
    Bearish
  • W
    Wog
    Fantastic news overnight,
    Judge Du denied the motion to vacate the BLM for Lithium Americas and Thacker Pass, setting a precedent for future mines in the USA upholding president Bidens plans to end reliance on China for future Lithium supply.
    Buckle up AZL holders, the future looks bright!
    This took 18 months to pass, we are within expected time frames.
    Bullish
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