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Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (NDM.TO)

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    Robert
    I think running the car in an enclosed garage is the least painful and most considerate way to go.
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    Sacketts of Idaho 2
    Love the proposed permitting bill! At the very least, it addresses the absurd timeline of environmental permitting by the US government
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    Frank
    you can take away the posts but you will never ever keep The Frank down.............
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    Frank
    long live the salmon! she can have her copper green delusions and someone else can eat her sockeye sushi. 2,000 page full of science facts and modern day mining techniques says so vs the EPA page and a half of predetermined subjective selective emotional talking points.
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    Frank
    the era of free money and spending to infinity and beyond is over. with over 30 trillion in debt, at call it almost 4% across all maturities now, we are talking over $1 trillion just in interest. that is the entire budget of the military alone. and the federal reserve still has $9 trillion of said debt on their balance sheet they monetized that they need to unwind. monetized as in printing money out of thin air to buy and unwind in as to dump on the market and drive rates even higher as there are only so many buyers willing to lend to a nation gone mad who believes there are no consequences for its reckless spending.
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    Jeremy
    How far are they going to drive this down into the dust..
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    Myaamia
    The energy crisis in Europe did not begin with Russia's special military operation in Ukraine, it began almost a year earlier with the "green" agenda, Putin said.

    Sounds familiar. For Pebble the Green New Deal was April 2013, when the EPA pre-emptively vetoed the Pebble permitting process.
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    Frank
    as in The Constitution, We the People, and The Republic for which it Stands i.e. not the grifters.......
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    Myaamia
    Why are major mining companies so intent on securing new supplies of copper? Quite simply, they are running out of ore.

    Without new capital investments, Commodities Research Unit (CRU) predicts global copper mined production will drop from the current 20 million tonnes to below 12Mt by 2034, leading to a supply shortfall of more than 15Mt. Over 200 copper mines are expected to run out of ore before 2035, with not enough new mines in the pipeline to take their place.
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    Eric
    $NAK share price at $0.23 is still overvalued with a market cap at $125mil. There’s likely no surprises coming with the EPA announcement by December 2nd. It’s essentially a death sentence.
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    Myaamia
    The Pebble deposit occupies 2,388 acres.
    The Sovereign State of Alaska contains 101,000,000 acres within its Sovereign Borders
    Pebble acreage occupies 0.000023644% of Alaska acreage.

    A historical reminder for the Hee Haw Guys. Pay attention to the word Sovereign. Under the USA Constitution, Sovereignty has been honored except for the “O” & “B” regimes.

    The area around Pebble was secured by the Sovereign State of Alaska during the Cook Inlet Land Exchange of 1974 - a three-way land swap involving the federal government, the Sovereign State of Alaska* and the Cook Inlet Region Inc. (CIRI), an Alaska Native regional corporation. The Sovereign State of Alaska secured land including what is now Pebble, explicitly for its mineral potential.

    *Unlike the open borders States of Arizona, California, New Mexico, and Texas under the current regime, the Sovereign State of Alaska has borders. I’m looking forward to January 2023 when the USA returns to Constitutional Sovereignty.
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    Reginald
    This is the lowest share price since I've been following this stock - several years now. Is it b/c of the market in general, or the Friday syndrome, or new worries about possible bad news in re the imminent election?
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    Freedom
    "Davos launching new push for permanent climate change lockdowns" ..doesn't mean they will succeed.
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    CallMeLisaB
    $NAK Has $12.92 Million in cash. $NAK 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-Silver-Rhenium project comprising 1,840 mineral claims that covers an area of approximately 274 square miles located in southwest Alaska, 17 miles from the villages of Iliamna and Newhalen, and approximately 200 miles southwest of the city of Anchorage. The company was formerly known as Northern Dynasty Explorations Ltd. and changed its name to Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. in October 1997. Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. was incorporated in 1983 and is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.
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    Frank
    broader market update - the hardest thing about trading/investing is checking your emotions out at the door before entering. if one uses charts and ignores all the noise around them it can give one an edge in The Worlds Greatest Game some say. with that said it is looking to me more and more like the lows are in for the broader markets unless some unforeseen exogenous event occurs which is not out of the question. the aforementioned is stickily for entertainment and educational purposes only and not investment advice. CPI report is imminent so i risk looking like an immediate fool but am okay with that as i somehow manage.
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    Frank
    would not take much from here to cause a panic at the NAK NAK sort of speak within a half penny today of the lows and 12.5 million shares still short. greed is a powerful emotion and with the NAK NAK cash flow problem resolved for the near term without share dilution, mid terms fast approaching, and the sackett 11 case on the highest court of this land come later this fall. i would not be surprised if we get another short squeeze as volume is just not there for a flush. i am wondering what jeremy is doing here...............
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    Frank
    as i am a man of my word, as that is what it really comes down to in a society (i.e. trust, honesty, respect, empathy et al), the gif file beatings are on hold until further notice as the moral has improved on the NAK NAK board and certain individuals did not or were unsuccessful in the past 24 hours of removing The Franks post. this is like training a puppy but we will get though it like everything else until we do not.
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    Frank
    the nak nak on the edge of 25 us cent major support. broader market consensus is for retest of lows and lower. i do not sense "panic" but the fear and bearishness is off the charts rightfully so. all eyes on the (bank owned and not so) federal reserve this week. they are part of the problem not the solution but that is a story for another day. will they go 75 basis or a full point? would it not be nice to have a time machine to take a peak what next week or next year looks like? well in The Worlds Greatest Game there is no peaking............
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    Robert
    And there it is! .25.
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    Frank
    for the flip floppers out there, aka traders, that are playing off the 24 us cent level. if you got stopped out just below 25 us cent and reentered the trade with the same initial play book i salute you. risk management is key in these changeling market times we face. for the longer term gang we have mid terms and sackett ii on deck and a rogue and lawless EPA waiting to see which way the wind blows before they double down on the illegal and unconstitutional "preemptive veto" urinating on amendments 9 and 10 while defecating on various other established legal precedents such as contract law and States Rights.