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Heb het short percentage eens bekeken ik had het hoger verwacht,bij zo een aandeel.
Zie ook dat er 3% gecoverd is,netjes :)
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Munnybunny schreef:
21 jul 2020 17:46
Hod $2,42
Heb 1/2 verkocht 200% die zijn binnen! Woohoo 🙌 🥳
Ik weet wat ik subiet weer drink 🥂
Freeeeeee munny vanaf hier💰
Zware tegenvaller dat de ROD negatief is. Voor diegenen die na de mooie rit van $0,80 tot $2,60 zijn blijven zitten of tijdens de daling pas zijn ingestapt kan ik hun ontgoocheling begrijpen. No one's to blame.
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Munnybunny schreef:
28 nov 2020 18:35
Munnybunny schreef:
21 jul 2020 17:46
Hod $2,42
Heb 1/2 verkocht 200% die zijn binnen! Woohoo 🙌 🥳
Ik weet wat ik subiet weer drink 🥂
Freeeeeee munny vanaf hier💰
Zware tegenvaller dat de ROD negatief is. Voor diegenen die na de mooie rit van $0,80 tot $2,60 zijn blijven zitten of tijdens de daling pas zijn ingestapt kan ik hun ontgoocheling begrijpen. No one's to blame.
Idd! Dat is mijn gedacht ook.
IK had maar vroeger (een deel) moeten verkopen bij de positieve FEIS.

Blij je hier te zien! Ik weet dat je nog een free ride hebt, maar moest je deze niet hebben. Wat zou jij nu doen? Bijkopen of afwachten?
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Hier kwamen ze in elk geval op de watchlist voor eventueel een speculatieve positie in te nemen. Zal afhangen van orderboek komende dagen
Zonder wrijving geen glans.

And yet it takes only the smallest pleasure or pain to teach us time’s malleability.

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KraFtaVerK schreef:
28 nov 2020 23:37
Hier kwamen ze in elk geval op de watchlist voor eventueel een speculatieve positie in te nemen. Zal afhangen van orderboek komende dagen
Orderboek is gewoon een pure vorm van manipulatie van partijen die een gedeelte verkocht hebben en ze goedkoper proberen te coveren, is al 30 jaar zo.

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Northern Dynasty Minerals: Pebble Partnership Prepares Appeal of US Army Corps of Engineers' Record of Decision on Alaska's Pebble Project

VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / December 3, 2020 / Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (TSX:NDM) (NYSE American:NAK) ("Northern Dynasty" or the "Company") reports that its 100%-owned, US-based subsidiary Pebble Limited Partnership (the "Pebble Partnership") is preparing a comprehensive and substantive ‘request for appeal' ("RFA") with respect to the US Army Corps of Engineers' ("USACE") issuance last week of a negative Record of Decision ("ROD") for the proposed Pebble copper-gold-molybdenum-silver-rhenium mine in southwest Alaska.

The ROD issued by the lead federal regulator for Alaska's Pebble Project on November 25, 2020 denied the project a ‘dredge and fill' permit under the Clean Water Act on the grounds that its ‘compensatory mitigation plan' ("CMP") is non-compliant and the project is not in the ‘public interest.' The Pebble Partnership has 60 days to submit its application for administrative appeal to the USACE's Pacific Ocean Division Engineer headquartered in Hawaii.

"We will take a significant proportion of the time allotted to us to complete an exhaustive review of the administrative record pertinent to the Pebble Project Environmental Impact Statement ("EIS") and ROD, to prepare a comprehensive and substantive appeal and submit an RFA to the Division Engineer," said Ron Thiessen, Northern Dynasty President & CEO.

"It is our view that this decision, the process by which it was reached and the facts upon which it is based stand as a significant outlier from standard USACE precedent and practice. We believe there is a sound basis for this permitting decision to be overturned."

Thiessen confirmed that Northern Dynasty and the Pebble Partnership intend to challenge the USACE's permitting decision on procedural, substantive and legal grounds. Among the substantive issues to be raised is Northern Dynasty's contention that the ROD - and, in particular, the Public Interest Review ("PIR") findings upon which it is based - are fundamentally unsupported by the Pebble Project EIS.

Under US regulatory law, permitting decisions for major development projects must be based on an ‘administrative record' - which, in Pebble's case, includes the Final EIS published by the USACE in July 2020.

When it comes to Pebble's potential economic benefits, water quality impacts, effects on subsistence fishing and hunting opportunities, the likelihood and consequence of a catastrophic tailings storage facility failure, among other issues, Northern Dynasty believes the USACE has based its permitting decision on a PIR that is wholly inconsistent with, and at times diametrically opposed to, findings in the Final EIS.

On the Pebble Project's potential ‘economic contribution' to the Bristol Bay region and State of Alaska:

in supporting documents for its ROD, the USACE claims the Pebble Project's economic benefits are "speculative" and "would be primarily received by the private applicant";
in the Final EIS, the USACE forecast Pebble would make a significant positive contribution to state and local government tax revenues and a profound socioeconomic contribution to the Bristol Bay region:
"An estimated $64 million annually in state corporate taxes during the operations phase. It was estimated that the operations phase could also generate $41 million annually from State mining license taxes. The project could generate $20 million annually (in 2011 dollars) in state royalty payments during the operations phase." (4.3-11)

"The project would generate $25 million annually in state taxes through construction, and $84 million annually in state taxes and royalty payments during the operations phase. The project would generate $27 million annually in severances taxes for the LPB during operations, and annual property tax revenue to the Kenai Peninsula Borough based on assessed value of project-related real property." (ES 47-48)

"Local employment opportunities could offset current trends of outmigration in some communities and provide service fee revenue to maintain or even improve community infrastructure." (4.3-6-4.3-7)

"In addition, an increased revenue stream to the LPB (Lake & Peninsula Borough), along with stabilization of population levels attributable to employment opportunities, could result in improvements to community health care facilities throughout the borough." (4.3-8)

On the Pebble Project's potential effects on ‘water quality':

in supporting documents for its ROD, the USACE claims Pebble would "cause water quality degradation";
in the Final EIS, the USACE found the Pebble Project would protect downstream water quality:
"…permit stipulation requires treated water quality monitoring, to ensure discharged water meets applicable water quality criteria. Assuming these protections are adopted, direct and indirect impacts of treated contact waters to off-site surface water are not expected to occur." (ES-70)

"There would be no effects on any community groundwater or surface water supplies from the changes in groundwater flows at the mine site." (ES 67)

"With few exceptions, predicted changes in habitat in the modeled portion of the upper mainstem Koktuli River (upstream of the Swan River) are near zero or positive, suggesting that project effects from flow changes would not negatively impact reaches downstream of the NFK and SFK confluence, or in UTC." (4.24-13)

On the Pebble Project's potential effects on ‘subsistence fishing and hunting':

in supporting documents for its ROD, the USACE claims Pebble would lead to "reduced subsistence opportunities";
in the Final EIS, the USACE found the Pebble Project would have no impact on subsistence fishing and hunting opportunities:
"Overall, impacts to fish and wildlife would not be expected to impact harvest levels. Resources would continue to be available because no population level decrease in resources would be anticipated." (ES 51)

On the likelihood and consequence of a ‘catastrophic tailings storage facility failure':

in supporting documents for its ROD, the USACE found that in "the event of human failure and/or a catastrophic event (at Pebble), the commercial and/or subsistence (fisheries) resources would be irrevocably harmed.";
in the Final EIS, the USACE found that, based on the engineering design submitted for the Pebble tailings storage facility, it could not establish a failure mechanism that would lead to a catastrophic failure. Accordingly, it did not model the effects of catastrophic failure that would require a "lengthy causal chain of unlikely events." (EIS 100)
"The Applicant's bulk TSF design is different than that of most other historic and current TSFs. The proposed design is especially distinct when compared to most historic mines that have experience large failures." (K4.27-4)

Following receipt of an RFA, the USACE will have 30 days to notify the Pebble Partnership as to whether the appeal is complete. If complete, a Review Officer will be appointed and an appeal conference held between the parties within 60 days of receipt of the Pebble Partnership's RFA.

USACE guidelines indicate the federal agency's administrative appeal should conclude within 90 days.

"We believe the Pebble Project as proposed can meet the high environmental standards enforced in the Clean Water Act and other federal statutes, including co-existing with the world-class subsistence, commercial and sport fisheries of Bristol Bay," Thiessen said. "Perhaps more importantly in the near-term, we believe the findings of the Record of Decision released by the USACE last week are both inconsistent with, and in places wholly contradictory to, the administrative record established for federal permitting decisions at Pebble by the Final EIS published in July 2020.

"We believe the facts are on our side, and we intend to pursue every avenue of appeal available to the Company with vigor and determination."
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Het succes van de Northern Dynasty Minerals (NAK) ligt in lithium
3 december 2020 Uson Abdilazhanov mijnbouw voorraad , nak

Vergeet de impact van EV-batterijen op de winning van lithiummineralen, aangezien de meerderheid van de consumenten elektronische apparaten zijn die we allemaal in ons dagelijks leven gebruiken. Geëlektrificeerde auto's zullen inderdaad niet snel en gemakkelijk de lithium-ionbatterijen beschadigen, terwijl duizenden hun smartphones elke dag kapot maken. Zelfs nu is er zoveel vraag naar lithium dat de mijnwerkers niet kunnen voldoen aan de waanzinnig gestelde orders van metaalverwerkende bedrijven.

Er komen mooie dagen voor de NAK in het geval van miljarden contracten met accufabrikanten. Alleen de mineralen uit de Noordelijke Dynastie hebben een voldoende aantal moderne, door technologie ondersteunde activa nodig om mineraalrijke gronden verder en dieper te graven. Momenteel is de VS gesloten voor exploratie, maar Afrika en Azië verwelkomen altijd buitenlandse investeringen, tenzij de stabiliteit krimpt als gevolg van verschillende veranderingen.

Het einde van november was verschrikkelijk voor de NAK-aandelen. Desalniettemin kan de tweede week van december een keerpunt zijn voor de NAK, aangezien de brede kansen naar de mijnbouwbedrijven in andere continenten glimlachen. Hoe lang wachten trouwe aandeelhouders op een grote verandering? Hoogstwaarschijnlijk zullen ze het binnenkort onder ogen zien.
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Northern Dynasty Minerals (NYSE:NAK) – For investors who are open to more risk, the gold mining sector includes speculative stocks such as NAK. Investors may be waiting a long time to see a payoff from NAK, however, as speculative stocks go, they have an interesting story that surrounds the Pebble Project. Interest in the stock has been accelerating in recent years due to the company's interest in this area which some experts believe holds some of the largest measured and indicated reserves of gold and other precious metals. Estimates suggest 71 million ounces of gold could be potentially available for eventual extraction. But, the company faces an uphill battle to get the project into development. However, NAK just closed an $11.5 million bought deal that gives it the financial resources to move ahead with the engineering, feasibility and environmental studies that it needs to move ahead in the permitting process.
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HC Wainwright Lowers Northern Dynasty Minerals (NYSEAMERICAN:NAK) Price Target to $3.25
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Northern Dynasty Minerals logoNorthern Dynasty Minerals (NYSEAMERICAN:NAK) (TSE:NDM) had its target price reduced by equities research analysts at HC Wainwright to $3.25 in a research report issued on Friday, The Fly reports. The firm currently has a “buy” rating on the mining company’s stock.

A number of other research firms have also recently weighed in on NAK. TD Securities lowered their price objective on shares of Northern Dynasty Minerals from $1.70 to $1.15 and set a “hold” rating for the company in a research report on Monday, November 9th. Zacks Investment Research cut Northern Dynasty Minerals from a “hold” rating to a “sell” rating in a research note on Thursday, November 26th. Two investment analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, one has issued a hold rating and two have issued a buy rating to the stock. Northern Dynasty Minerals has an average rating of “Hold” and an average target price of $2.23.

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NAK opened at $0.36 on Friday. Northern Dynasty Minerals has a one year low of $0.32 and a one year high of $2.49.

Northern Dynasty Minerals (NYSEAMERICAN:NAK) (TSE:NDM) last posted its earnings results on Monday, November 16th. The mining company reported ($0.04) EPS for the quarter.
A number of institutional investors and hedge funds have recently made changes to their positions in the stock. Commonwealth Equity Services LLC grew its position in shares of Northern Dynasty Minerals by 18.1% during the second quarter. Commonwealth Equity Services LLC now owns 82,814 shares of the mining company’s stock worth $118,000 after buying an additional 12,689 shares in the last quarter. Stifel Financial Corp lifted its stake in Northern Dynasty Minerals by 15.3% in the second quarter. Stifel Financial Corp now owns 106,050 shares of the mining company’s stock worth $152,000 after acquiring an additional 14,050 shares during the last quarter. Shepherd Kaplan Krochuk LLC lifted its stake in Northern Dynasty Minerals by 3.5% in the third quarter. Shepherd Kaplan Krochuk LLC now owns 465,800 shares of the mining company’s stock worth $457,000 after acquiring an additional 15,800 shares during the last quarter. Cetera Advisors LLC grew its holdings in Northern Dynasty Minerals by 15.2% during the 3rd quarter. Cetera Advisors LLC now owns 151,500 shares of the mining company’s stock worth $149,000 after acquiring an additional 20,000 shares in the last quarter. Finally, HighTower Advisors LLC purchased a new stake in shares of Northern Dynasty Minerals in the 2nd quarter valued at approximately $29,000.

About Northern Dynasty Minerals

Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. engages in the exploration of mineral properties in the United States. Its principal mineral property is the Pebble copper-gold-molybdenum project comprising 2,402 mineral claims that covers an area of approximately 417 square miles located in southwest Alaska. The company was formerly known as Northern Dynasty Explorations Ltd.
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Dunleavy administration will appeal federal government’s decision to reject Pebble mine permit


The Dunleavy administration will file an administrative appeal to challenge the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers decision denying a key permit for the proposed Pebble copper and gold project in Southwest Alaska.

“The flawed decision by the Alaska District creates a dangerous precedent that will undoubtedly harm Alaska’s future and, any potential project can fall victim to the same questionable standards,” Gov. Mike Dunleavy said in a prepared statement on Friday. “We have to prevent a federal agency, in this instance, the Alaska District of the Army Corps of Engineers, from using the regulatory process to effectively prevent the state from fulfilling a constitutional mandate to develop its natural resources.”

The Corps rejected a permit for the mine in November but left open a path for Pebble to administratively appeal the decision.

Pebble has not yet filed that appeal, said Mike Heatwole, a spokesman with developer Pebble Limited Partnership. It has until Jan. 25, a Corps spokesman said.

The state will ask the Corps’ Pacific Ocean Division to send the decision back to the Alaska District for a “more thorough review consistent with the law,” Alaska acting attorney general Ed Sniffen said.

The division is requiring mitigation measures, steps taken to offset damage to wetlands from the proposed mine, that are simply impossible to meet in Alaska, Sniffen said.


U.S. Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan have denounced the Pebble project for not meeting required environmental standards, and President-elect Joe Biden has said he’ll move to stop it from ever being developed.

Dunleavy has not expressed a position on the mine but has said he supports a fair permitting process. Critics say he and his administration have taken numerous steps showing that he supports the mine.

If built, the mine would be located about 200 miles southwest of Anchorage, near headwaters to the valuable Bristol Bay salmon fishery, generating concern among many Alaskans that development there will threaten the fishery.


As the landowner of the mineral prospect, the state has the right to appeal, said Luciano Vera, a spokesman with the Corps.

Dan Cheyette with the Bristol Bay Native Corp., the Alaska Native regional corporation for the region and a mine opponent, said the state’s decision is another sign the Dunleavy administration is a “cheerleader” for the controversial mine.

The Corps’ decision rejecting the mine does not set a precedent for other Alaska projects, Cheyette said.

“We have always maintained Pebble is unique and different from other projects, given its size and location near one of the world’s greatest sockeye salmon fisheries,” he said. “The Corps got it right in denying the permit, and we believe the appeal process will corroborate that decision.”

Corri Feige, commissioner for the Alaska Department of Natural Resources, said the decision by the Corps has “far-reaching and ominous implications” for Alaska’s right develop its resources.

“The Alaska Constitution specifically directs us to develop our resources in the public interest. When a federal agency arbitrarily tries to deprive us of our rights with the stroke of a bureaucrat’s pen, we simply must challenge that action,” she said in the statement.


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