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12 hours 13 minutes ago #120577 by Hoss
Hoss replied the topic: zonte metals
Alex. I was figuring the 95 cents on drill speculation, like GGI did going to $5.00.

If Zonte drilling hits then I would expect higher prices.

Sometimes it is easier to figure the speculation than whether the drills hit. At 95 cents ZON would still be valued less than TORQ, but TORQ could be much higher ahead of drill news also. Going to be a fun summer

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13 hours 3 minutes ago #120576 by Gambler
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I was looking on Zonte's web site and they now show Wings in relation to TORQ, I don't remember that being there before, but here it is. TORQ calls this the Gander zone

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13 hours 7 minutes ago #120575 by DearJohn
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GoldnBoy wrote: The Gander Zone is considered by many to be the most prospective for gold exploration in the province.


Must be one of the reasons Zonte and Ryan are both there. I remember when ZON first got Wings, it has been a long time waiting to see this drilled.

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13 hours 13 minutes ago #120574 by alexgreat
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Hoss great point. Your 95 cents prediction seems low? No?

I have been watching TORQ and something is up. Insiders have been buying up the stock big time, grabbing millions of shares. They must have big expectations for drilling this summer in NFLD. You know what would happen if there was a couple million shares of buying in ZON

TORQ insiders slowed down last couple months, must have their mitts full

www.canadianinsider.com/node/7?menu_tick...Q+%7C+Torq+Resources

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13 hours 27 minutes ago #120573 by Hoss
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Guys some nice finds and you are on the right track. I believe NFLD will be the hot play in 2018, out doing BC's Golden triangle. Zonte could be to NFLD what Garibaldi was to the triangle.

Also watch TORQ, their Gander project buts up against Zonte's Wings. TORQ will be drilling this summer too. It does not get any better than to have Shawn Ryan drilling next to you. If TORQ drills and hits before ZON does, ZON stock will rocket launch. And if ZON drills first it will still see a strong move because all the Ryan, TORQ followers will be watching ZON. Zonte could see stronger moves because about 1/2 as many shares outstanding

I was around for the Voisey's Bay madness and what we could see here in NFLD will blow most of you away. You will be all kicking yourself you did not buy more stock here. BTW, I picked up another 10k today.

I remember something I seen on Ryan last year so looked it up from Northern Miner July 2017 www.northernminer.com/news/shawn-ryan-tu...dor-gold/1003788336/

“I staked so many claims in Newfoundland that their system crashed. It was down for two weeks,” Ryan said with a chuckle. “By then the word was out that Shawn was in Newfoundland, so everyone had two weeks to grind and think about what they wanted to stake. When the system came back online another 8,000 claims were staked that day.”

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14 hours 37 minutes ago #120572 by Gambler
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Thanks GB, I dug this up from NFLD geological survey

Was surprised they were 6th largest copper producer in the world.

Newfoundland has had a long history of mineral production which began in the 1800's. The copper industry in the Notre Dame Bay area, which made Newfoundland the sixth largest copper producer in the world, for a time in the late 1800's, was established by prospectors. The Tilt Cove Mine was found by a fisherman who was using heavy boulders (massive copper ore) for ballast in his boat. The Betts Cove, Little Bay and Pilley's Island Mines in Notre Dame Bay and the Terra Nova Mine in Baie Verte were also discovered during this period.

www.nr.gov.nl.ca/nr/mines/prospector/matty_mitchell/gold.html

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14 hours 45 minutes ago #120571 by GoldnBoy
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Frazer Institute ranks NFLD ahead of Ontario and BC for mining attractiveness.

The island can be broken down into 4 geological zones: (NL Ministry of Natural Resources) I believe Zonte's Wings is in the Gander zone

Starting on the western most portion of the island, we have the Humber Zone, which hosts Mid-Paleozoic extensional cover basins, Siluro-Devonian plutonic & volcanic rocks and Early Paleozoic rift, slope, shelf and foreland basin-facies carbonate and siliciclastic rocks.

The Dunnage Zone sits on the Humber Zone’s eastern border and hosts Silurian marine to terrestrial volcano-sedimentary basins, Cambro-Ordovician marine volcanic and sedimentary rocks of arc and back-arc origin, including ophiolite.

The Gander Zone is found in two spots on the island, amongst or in the middle of the Dunnage zone and on the Dunnage Zone’s eastern border. The Gander Zone is considered by many to be the most prospective for gold exploration in the province. The Gander Zone is host to Silurian synkinematic granitoids and high-level Devonian plutons, Silurian metamorphosed Early Paleozoic quartz-rich terrigenous siliciclastics; Ordovician magmatic rocks.

Finally, the Avalon Zone makes up the eastern most portion of NL. It hosts Devonian terrestrial basins, Cambrian shallow-marine, shaley platformal cover, latest Neproterozoic (post-560 Ma) pull-apart basins and related peralkaline magmatic rocks and Neproterozoic (760-565 Ma) volcano-plutonic arc complexes and siliciclastic sedimentary basins overlain by shaley deltaic rocks.
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14 hours 56 minutes ago #120569 by ron
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Gambler wrote:

i really think 2018 will be a great year,drill results from the cross hills and wings point projects could surprised everyone here,i'm also anxious what will come out deeper from the second drill


ron, I agree that NFLD could surprise for 3 reasons.

1 - nobody thought multi-million ounce deposits could be found there until Marathon Gold did it so the whole area is under explored and what do you think attracted Shawn Ryan there, and right beside Zonte I might add.

2 - most of us knew that the Jest project in Yukon was a low grade target around 0.7 g/t, but Wings in NFLD could be much higher grade. Marathon's average is 1.88 g/t.

3 - Cross Hills is totally unique for NFLD so if drills hit, that would be a total surprise and another 1st for NFLD


can't agree more with you Gambler,the cross hills project could be a serious kicker as the wings project,anxious to see what they will deliver.

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15 hours 52 minutes ago #120568 by Gambler
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i really think 2018 will be a great year,drill results from the cross hills and wings point projects could surprised everyone here,i'm also anxious what will come out deeper from the second drill


ron, I agree that NFLD could surprise for 3 reasons.

1 - nobody thought multi-million ounce deposits could be found there until Marathon Gold did it so the whole area is under explored and what do you think attracted Shawn Ryan there, and right beside Zonte I might add.

2 - most of us knew that the Jest project in Yukon was a low grade target around 0.7 g/t, but Wings in NFLD could be much higher grade. Marathon's average is 1.88 g/t.

3 - Cross Hills is totally unique for NFLD so if drills hit, that would be a total surprise and another 1st for NFLD

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20 hours 31 minutes ago #120565 by alexgreat
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flynn wrote: sounds like a side bet, im game.


not challenging price prediction that is a tough one to predict, but I would say we see at least 6 news releases by end of October, excluding quarterly financial reports

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1 day 15 hours ago #120564 by ron
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alexgreat wrote:

flynn wrote: if we have no news pending in the next 6 months, at most an announcement of an drill program, then we have to wait for results. Past news releases like those have done nothing.
of course I want zon to pop, but before 2018 is over? change my $1.45 to 29 cents.


I have to disagree and you may want to check time lines further. ZON ran from 13 cents to over 45 cents on news of Jest acquisition and early exploration. The stock corrected to 25 cents and ran back up to a high of 38 on exploration results and start of drilling. It tanked on drill results.

The stock was 16 cents when Cross Hills was announced, it is now at 22 cents. That is an increase of 31% while most other junior miners have gone down in price.

There will be drill news starting on 2 projects and results. We should expect a minimum of 5 news release between now and October and that considers nothing from Yukon or Colombia


totally agree with you alexgreat,hoping that your prediction comes in at $5.35,i really think 2018 will be a great year,drill results from the cross hills and wings point projects could surprised everyone here,i'm also anxious what will come out deeper from the second drill program in the McConnells jest project,and imagine if the columbia settlement is resolved,as RonS mentioned speculation will enter in the mining stocks if gold goes over $1500 an ounce,so let's sit down tightly.

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1 day 15 hours ago #120563 by ron
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flynn wrote: sounds like a side bet, im game.


for those below $1,the skeptics will be confounded..lol...

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