Labrador Iron Mines Holdings Ltd.

LIM-T

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Analysis and Opinions about LIM-T

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BUY
BUY
January 25, 2010
The big picture is that China needs a lot of iron ore and paying very good prices for it and demand looks huge in foreseeable future. Prefers Consolidated Thompson (CLM-T).
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The big picture is that China needs a lot of iron ore and paying very good prices for it and demand looks huge in foreseeable future. Prefers Consolidated Thompson (CLM-T).
BUY
BUY
January 21, 2010
Iron ore is hot. Positioning of assets in Labrador are fabulous.
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Iron ore is hot. Positioning of assets in Labrador are fabulous.
COMMENT
COMMENT
January 15, 2010
Chart shows a long sideways trading motion at about $1.60-$1.90. Had a huge breakout with a lot of volume and price increase. Possible it can pull back to probably $4.20-$4.10 before taking off again.
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Chart shows a long sideways trading motion at about $1.60-$1.90. Had a huge breakout with a lot of volume and price increase. Possible it can pull back to probably $4.20-$4.10 before taking off again.
COMMENT
COMMENT
May 30, 2007
There are 2 major bidders for this company. Company announced their production for the year will take a little bit of shortfall. Wait to see if there is another bid by Xstrata, otherwise consider selling.
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There are 2 major bidders for this company. Company announced their production for the year will take a little bit of shortfall. Wait to see if there is another bid by Xstrata, otherwise consider selling.
SELL
SELL
May 28, 2007
Being acquired by Xstrata. Doesn't expect there will be much more upside.
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Being acquired by Xstrata. Doesn't expect there will be much more upside.
HOLD
HOLD
May 24, 2007
Had forecasted that even with Xstrata’s $18.50 bid, it would probably go to the mid-$20. His model price is $40.
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Had forecasted that even with Xstrata’s $18.50 bid, it would probably go to the mid-$20. His model price is $40.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
May 15, 2007
(A Top Pick July 17/06. Up 328%.) This was forming a base when he recommended it. Its peers had already taken off.
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(A Top Pick July 17/06. Up 328%.) This was forming a base when he recommended it. Its peers had already taken off.
COMMENT
COMMENT
April 24, 2007
Being acquired by Xstrata. The questions if there would be any higher bid coming in.
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Being acquired by Xstrata. The questions if there would be any higher bid coming in.
HOLD
HOLD
April 19, 2007
There is a bid by Xstrata at $18.50 a share. Wouldn't surprise him if another bid came in. He would hold to see what happens.
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There is a bid by Xstrata at $18.50 a share. Wouldn't surprise him if another bid came in. He would hold to see what happens.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
April 13, 2007
Being acquired, so would-not be a buy now.
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Being acquired, so would-not be a buy now.
SELL
SELL
March 29, 2007
Being acquired by Xstrata. There could be some upside, but as the general manager and board have agreed to the transaction, he would tend to sell into this market.
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Being acquired by Xstrata. There could be some upside, but as the general manager and board have agreed to the transaction, he would tend to sell into this market.
WAIT
WAIT
March 21, 2007
There is a possibility that China will have a reduced need for steel and nickel prices will pull back. This is a great nickel company going forward, but is currently to high-priced. Look to buy at 15%-20% lower.
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There is a possibility that China will have a reduced need for steel and nickel prices will pull back. This is a great nickel company going forward, but is currently to high-priced. Look to buy at 15%-20% lower.
WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
March 2, 2007
A midsize company that will be caught up in the merger wave. Concerned about how safe they are geographically.
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A midsize company that will be caught up in the merger wave. Concerned about how safe they are geographically.
BUY
BUY
February 15, 2007
It is in the right spot, nickel. They own nickel sulphites, which are good. Concentrating their operations in Botswana and South Africa.
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It is in the right spot, nickel. They own nickel sulphites, which are good. Concentrating their operations in Botswana and South Africa.
COMMENT
COMMENT
February 7, 2007
Primarily nickel and the outlook for nickel is incredibly bullish right now.
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Primarily nickel and the outlook for nickel is incredibly bullish right now.
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