Fission Energy

FIS-X

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April 5, 2013

50%-51% on the joint venture on the Pattison Lake in Athabasca. Have a discovery which is looking very promising. Looks like they may have discovered a very large, high-grade, shallow deposit. Have a lot of cash so they can afford to do a lot of exploration in the area. Very speculative.

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50%-51% on the joint venture on the Pattison Lake in Athabasca. Have a discovery which is looking very promising. Looks like they may have discovered a very large, high-grade, shallow deposit. Have a lot of cash so they can afford to do a lot of exploration in the area. Very speculative.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
March 6, 2013

Sold their Waterbury deposit to Denison Mines (DML-T) and for that they got .355 shares for each of their shares, which is worth about $.47 now. They then made a discovery in the Athabascan basin of high-grade uranium next to Alpha Minerals. Results have been very encouraging. If it’s as good as he thinks it is, this is a pretty good bargain

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Sold their Waterbury deposit to Denison Mines (DML-T) and for that they got .355 shares for each of their shares, which is worth about $.47 now. They then made a discovery in the Athabascan basin of high-grade uranium next to Alpha Minerals. Results have been very encouraging. If it’s as good as he thinks it is, this is a pretty good bargain

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HOLD
March 11, 2010
Uranium. Had a discovery in the Athabascan basin in Saskatchewan of high-grade mineralisation. Small at 40-100 meters long by 15-30 meters wide by 20 to 50 meters deep. Very profitable if you can mind them effectively. Could be a long time before they are taken out.
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Fission Energy (FIS-X)
March 11, 2010
Uranium. Had a discovery in the Athabascan basin in Saskatchewan of high-grade mineralisation. Small at 40-100 meters long by 15-30 meters wide by 20 to 50 meters deep. Very profitable if you can mind them effectively. Could be a long time before they are taken out.
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