• DGRI

    nehme den titel mal auf die watchlist.

    liquide ist anders bei nicht mal 30k USD in der hand, aber wer weiss, vielleicht stimmen die news aus den letzten statements, dass sie vorraussichtlich ziemlich viel cash haben und clever investieren (Aultra war nicht verkehrt) - dann wiederum kann man ja als "pinky" tun, machen und schreiben was man will...


    Takethemoney wrote:


    b00n wrote:

    du bist dir bewusst dass diese aussage nicht auf DGRI sondern auf cgfia gedacht war ;)?

    ok danke! jetzt schon...cgfia hät bei einer permit von der Mill wohl heftig performt...

    bei DGRI trade ich nun schon ne zeit lang mit..paar infos über DGRI haste ja bestimmt schon im Penny Stocks Thema gelesen. PCFG passt auch dazu, sieht nicht schlecht aus.

    Grüessli *wink*


    Takethemoney wrote:

    @ boon, wie schätzt du DGRI allg. ein? Potential, kursentwicklung etc?


    ii neeeed a dollar, a dollar :D

    schwierige und lange geschichte die DGRI...

    How To Value DGRI

    Gold exploration companies with 43-101 reports typically obtain market caps based on the proven and probable ounces of gold in the ground.

    $30-40/oz on the pinksheets

    $75-100/oz on the TSX

    $200/oz on the AMEX

    $300/oz+ on the NYSE

    The $/oz goes up as the credibility of the stock exchange rises.

    For SA I, if we get 1M proven and probable ounces look for a $30-40M market cap. If we get 2M proven and probable ounces look for $60-80M market cap..etc. The whisper is we may come in at 4M ounces, which is why you are hearing calls for $120-160 market cap, which would be about $3.00 PPS as the company is buying back shares presently and likely getting the O/S down to near 50M.

    I got this from the S EI board from the sticky there this is how they factor stock price anyone care to do the math for DGRI?


    February 9, 2010

    Dutch Gold Resources, Inc.(DGRI.PK) has announced extremely impressive results from

    its recent NI 43-101 compliant mineral report covering an initial portion of its Basin

    Gulch Project. This exciting project is located in Granite County, Montana about 19 road

    miles west of Phillipsburg, which is northwest of Butte, MT.

    Estimated mineralized gold volume for the discovery block totals 633 million tons

    grading 0.012 ounce per ton (OPT) gold with a contained volume of 7,600,000 ounces of

    gold. Within this mineralization is higher-grade volume of 108 million tons grading 0.026

    opt gold, containing approximately 2,800,000 ounces of gold. The mineralization

    contains locally significant associated silver mineralization that was not included in these


    since we are an OTCQB we are on the tsx scale of $75 per oz

    so is that 2.6m oz gold x $75 = $195,000,000 of market cap ?

    Share Structure update on Nov 9th:

    Shares Outstanding: 196,624,030 a/o Nov 09, 2010

    Float: 95,603,987 a/o Nov 09, 2010

    Authorized Shares: 500,000,000 a/o Sep 30, 2009


    $1-$2 based on the other boards formula

    etwas gummig.. und outstanding glaubnicht aktuell, wurde kleiner

  • Allg.

    How to Value a Junior Miner’s Gold in the Ground

    At any given time, we know the international spot price for an ounce of refined gold but what about the gold an exploration or mining company has in the ground – how do we value that? Words: 748

    In further edited excerpts from the original article* Louis James and Andrey Dashkov (http://www.CaseyResearch.com) go on to say:

    There are several different ways to value a junior miner’s gold in the ground:

    1. Given sufficient data, you can estimate a reasonable net present value (NPV) for a project and deduce what each of the company’s ounces should be worth. To do this, you need to know annual output of the proposed mine, proposed capital expenditures, energy and other costs, and many more things. Unfortuneately, for most deposits held by the junior companies we tend to follow, there’s just not enough data available.

    2. Another approach is to compare the value the market is giving a company per ounce of gold in hand against the average value the market gives companies with similar ounces. The most obvious way to define “similar” ounces in the ground is to use the three resource and two mining reserve categories defined by Canada’s National Instrument NI43-101 regulations – the industry standard. These are combine these into three broad groups:

    a) Inferred:

    The lowest-confidence category, based on just enough drilling to outline the mineralization.

    b) Measured & Indicated (M&I):

    These higher-confidence categories have been drilled enough to establish their geometry and continuity reasonably well.

    c) Proven & Probable (P&P):

    These are bankable mining reserves – basically Measure and Indicated resources with established value.

    So, what does the market give a company, on average, for an Inferred ounce of gold? M&I? P&P?

    To answer this, we combed through every company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX-V) and pulled out the ones with 43-101-compliant gold resource estimates (or mostly gold) – no silver, copper, etc. Of these, we kept only those with resources that fall almost entirely into only one of our three broad groups: Inferred, M&I, and P&P leaving us with about 90 companies to calculate some averages on and we got these numbers:

    • US$20 per ounce Inferred

    • US$30 per ounce for M&I

    • US$160 per ounce for P&P

    Armed with this information, if you didn’t know anything else about an M&I resource (political risk, type of ore, etc.), but you saw that the company that owned it was trading at $10 per ounce, whereas its peers are valued at around $30 an ounce, you can conclude that there must either be something very wrong with the project or the stock is a great speculation.

    If there’s nothing wrong with the project, there’s an implied growth potential in the stock price, based on the difference between what the company is getting per ounce and the market average for similar ounces. In this case, it would be:

    $20 x # Ounces ÷ # shares.

    As a matter of perspective, a few years ago the market was giving a company about $25 per ounce Inferred, $50 for M&I, and about $100 for P&P. Then, when gold ran up over $1,000 before the crash of 2008, these valuations went out the window, and some companies were getting over $100 for merely Inferred ounces – do we have your attention now?

    Conversely, just after the crash, there were companies having a hard time getting $10 for M&I. That was clearly a sign that it was time to buy, and we did, with gusto.

    It’s also why, when the Mania phase gets underway, we’ll be selling into it as gold approaches the top; we will not be attempting to time the top. It’s far better in this business to be a day early than a day late.

    Today, the market is willing to pay more for advanced and producing stories ($160 P&P) but is discounting earlier-stage stories, hence the lower M&I valuation than in previous years ($30). These figures will change again as the market’s appetite for risk changes.

    Bottom line

    We often get asked what an Inferred, or M&I, or P&P ounce is worth in the ground. The $20, $30, and $160 figures are only rough guides, and you must consider the reasons why some ounces are given more or less by the market, but they’re a good starting point.



    Dutch Gold Completes First Phase of Jungo Drilling Project

    Dutch Gold Resources, Inc. (Pink Sheets:DGRI) (the "Company") (http://dutchgold.com) today announced that it will complete Phase One of its previously announced drilling program on or before January 10, 2011. The Company is pleased that the project

    will be completed within budget and in an acceptable time frame.

    The initial angled core hole is being drilled on the Jungo property to begin to create a three dimensional model of the geology exposed by the previous trenching. The hole will be drilled to undercut trench JPT3, which was excavated in 2010. In particular, the hole will focus on the orientation and downward development of the volcanic venting exposed in the trench. Among the mineralization encountered in the vent breccia was a ten-foot zone that assayed 2.58 grams of gold and 89 grams silver. The company expects to complete the initial core hole by the fifteenth of January.

    "We expect to have results from the drilling analyzed by the end of January 2011, beginning what the Company believes to be a very active exploration and development

    year," said Daniel Hollis, CEO.


    "We expect to have results from the drilling analyzed by the end of January 2011, beginning what the Company believes to be a very active exploration and development

    year," said Daniel Hollis, CEO.

    hm das müsste bis dahin eigentlich spekulationsplatz bieten..


    hmmmmmmgrml.. also wenn das jungo drill projekt nichts bringt, wirds wohl subpenny werden. defacto totalverlust.

    mein ep 0.01364

    technisch rechne ich mit heftigen ausschlägen, in den nächsten tagen, eher nach oben als nach unten... bullflagformation am anbahnen!?


    DGRI`s beteiligung in AGDI scheint zu lohnen.

    Aultra Gold, Inc. Announces Exploration Program for Recently Acquired Project in Quebec

    MONTREAL--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aultra Gold, Inc. (OTC BB: AGDI), operating internationally as Shamika2Gold, announced today that it has set forth an exploration program in Quebec, Canada. The program includes drill definition and field work to facilitate the completion of an NI 43-01 technical report. As announced in its Dec. 20, 2010 press release, Shamika acquired 23 exploration licenses covering a total of 13.91 km2 located in Woburn Township, Quebec, Canada.

    The Company intends to raise gross proceeds of up to $750,000 in a non-brokered private placement financing (the "Offering") by issuing 1,500,000 units (the “Units”) priced at $0.50 per Unit to a private investor (the “Investor”). Each Unit consists of one common share (the “Common Shares”) and one-half (½) purchase warrant (the “Purchase Warrant”). Each whole Purchase Warrant will entitle the Investor to acquire one Common Share at a price of $0.75. If the closing price of the Common Shares of the principal market on which the Company shares trade is equal to or exceeds $1.25 for a period of 20 consecutive days, the Company will be able to call the exercise of the Purchase Warrants from the holders or they will automatically expire.

    The gross proceeds of the Offering will be used for eligible exploration expenses such as drill definition, field expenses and completion of technical report for its Quebec project mentioned above.