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HOLD

Companies require cash on an ongoing basis and when your stock is at $0.025, the amount of shares you have to issue to keep the lights on becomes greater and greater. When a stock gets below $0.10, it is almost impossible for it to reverse itself. If you own, he would keep it for a while. There is no need to sell it in the 1st part of the year. Use it as a tax loss.

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HOLD

Nickel is not one of the favourite metals right now and the stock has been hit. If you own, he wouldn’t Sell at this time. Nickel prices could take a turn at some point. Doesn’t think the prices will go up for a few years but can’t see the price of nickel dropping either.

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BUY

Stock has been washed up. No one has been a fan if nickel. He wants to see it play out and get into production. He would buy here.

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DON'T BUY
Given his views on Chinese demand, construction, etc. he is not positive on the space generally. He doubts that it will perform very well.
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BUY
Nickel. Expects to see some production coming in the next few months. There is quite of bit of upside here. Have plenty of money to get into production in the event of any cups.
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TOP PICK
Own the Lockerbie mine in Sudbury Ontario. Shut down during the financial crisis but are starting production again later this year and into 2012. Criticism has been that they have a short resource life, which is fair, but are drilling to extend that life. Financing is in place. Trading pretty cheaply here.
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VAGUE
(Market Call Minute) Thinks nickel has bottomed but has to know where they are from a financial perspective.
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SELL
It’s a sell. It’s too small, almost went bankrupt 1.5 years ago.
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DON'T BUY
A crazy stock that bounces up and down like a yo-yo. Too high maintenance for him to be bothered with. It's too volatile, although he's not slamming the stock.
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BUY
Nickel producer with some well advanced exploration projects. Large nickel companies have been taken over which has allowed money to move into smaller companies. If the price of nickel stays where it is, they should all do well.
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COMMENT
It is managing to create better deposit news in its development work in the old Lockerbie mine. There are better quality nickel plays.
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HOLD
Had been very close to going under. New management has been in and fixed the problems. Have hit a couple of good deposits. Now in a recovery mode. If the commodity keeps improving, it should do OK, but don't expect a spike.
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HOLD
Nickel is probably the favourite place to be in the short term. Has the Lockerbie mine which can have surprises.
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COMMENT
Starting production this year. Ran into various problems that affected the share price. Very positive developments recently including raising funds to continue. Could be a takeout. Nickel is a metal that is a good place to be. Will revisit this again.
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DON'T BUY
Had difficulty finding enough capital or enough reserves to make it worthwhile. Prefers bigger companies that have producing assets. Too much speculation.
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First Nickel Inc.(FNI-T) Rating

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