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Update to the CHAPTER ONE of THE REST OF THE STORY

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/21644826/CHAIN%20OF%20EVENTS.pdf

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Excellent article by Jack Lifton and be certain to read the comments section and Jack's responses to those comments

 

http://www.techmetalsresearch.com/2012/03/rare-earth-bull/

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TheYeti

 

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Yeti - I apologize for giving you an unnecessary difficult time on another bull board. I indeed apologize.

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PROJECTED GWMG EARNINGS 2013-2014

 

How many have seen this?

 

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/21644826/EARNINGS_PROJECTION_BOND_ISSUE_DILUTION.pdf

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PRESENTATION BY GARY BILLINGSLEY AT OBJECTIVE CAPITAL RARE EARTH CONFERENCE

 

This presentation does not work if you do not have the proper add-ons or in some browsers - IE works

"Click in view the video" below the opening frame.

http://www.gwmg.ca/html/news/presentations/index.cfm

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MOST COMPELLING INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY IN THE RARE EARTH SECTOR TODAY

There is four parts to this article

 

 

http://seekingalpha.com/article/502471-great-western-minerals-group-valuation-actually-is-great-part-i-of-iv

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A five part video interview with Jack Lifton on Rare Earths

 

http://video.sae.org/11484

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RARE EARTH PROCESSING 101

 

Interesting comment at the end of the article below

"Investors, therefore, should take heed: while there’s no shortage of junior Rare Earths competing for your dollars these days, the real value lies with companies that have existing processing capacity and everything –the facilities, infrastructure, expertise, and proven hydrometallurgy – already in place. Without that, your REs are just a bunch of rocks."


http://www.kitco.com/ind/Kidela/may10201...
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THOSE OF YOU INTERESTED IN RARE EARTHS

 

May want to spent some time a read these reports by Byron Capital

 

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/62919518/Publica...

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/62919518/Publica...

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FUNDS RELEASED FROM ESCROW

Great Western Minerals Group now fully funded to complete the SKK development along with constructing a rare earth Separation and Extraction Plant at Vredendal,South Africa.

 

http://www.gwmg.ca/html/news/media-releases/index.cfm?ReportID=203439

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GWMG VALUATION IS ACTUALLY GREAT

 

For those who have not read this, a must read.  A four part article.

http://seekingalpha.com/article/502471-great-western-minerals-group-valuation-actually-is-great-part-i-of-iv

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Great Western Minerals Group Reports Additional High Grade Assay Results and Drilling Update from Steenkampskraal Rare Earth Project
 
SASKATOON, Sept. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - Great Western Minerals Group Ltd. ("GWMG" or the "Company", TSX:V - GWG) is pleased to announce updated drill results for the Company's Steenkampskraal rare earth Project in South Africa. 
 
Highlights include: 
 
•Assays varying from 0.02 to 45.81 weight percent ("wt.%") Total Rare Earth Oxides ("TREO") with an average of 17.74 wt.% TREO from underground channel, resource drill hole and exploration drill hole assays. 
•Within the drill program being reported, covering 83 drill holes, true thickness varied from 0.02 metres to 6.67 metres and averaged 0.92 metres. 
GWMG President and Chief Executive Officer Jim Engdahl said, "Steenkampskraal continues to yield outstanding results with new mineralization, assay results that continue to be exceptional and massive continuity of the vein system. The consistency of high grade assays that we have now reported in three separate news releases further strengthens our already high level of confidence in the potential for a very robust project at Steenkampskraal." 
 
ASSAY RESULTS: 
 
Detailed tables and a map are located on the GWMG website at www.gwmg.ca/gwmg-nr-18-sep-12.html
 
The area targeted by Underground Channel Sampling is the historic mine area as is referred to as the "Main Mineralization Zone".  Assays reported for core and channel samples in this disclosure are weighted-average composites by interval length across each mineralized intercept (consisting predominantly of the mineral monazite) whether in drill core or in an underground channel. 
 
Highlights of Underground Channel Sampling (Table 1): 
 
•Assay results vary from 3.61 to 45.12 wt.% TREO. 
•Weighted average for all channel samples is 21.01 wt.% TREO. 
Highlights of the Resource Drill Hole program (Table 2): 
 
•Assay results vary from 0.02 to 41.67% wt.% TREO. 
•Weighted average of 11.91 wt.% TREO.  
Highlights of the Exploration Drill Hole program (Table 3): 
 
•Assay results vary from 0.02 to 45.81% wt.% TREO. 
•Weighted average of 13.93 wt.% TREO.  
 
Drill Program Summary:
The historic main mineralization zone stretches approximately 400 metres along strike and to a depth of approximately 120 metres. 
 
In total, the REE-bearing Monazite vein has now been well delineated over a strike length of 900 meters and down-dip to an average depth of 125 meters.  Importantly, mineralization remains open to the east and at depth along most of the trend
 
Great Western Minerals Group Ltd. is an integrated rare earth processor. Its specialty alloys are used in the battery, magnet and aerospace industries. Produced at the Company's wholly owned subsidiaries Less Common Metals Limited in Birkenhead, U.K. and Great Western Technologies Inc. in Troy, Michigan, these alloys contain aluminum, nickel, cobalt and Rare Earth Elements. As part of the Company's vertical integration strategy, GWMG also holds 100% equity ownership in Rare Earth Extraction Co. Limited, which owns a 74% equity interest in the Steenkampskraal Mine. In addition to an exploration program at Steenkampskraal, GWMG also holds interests in four active rare earth exploration and development properties in North America. 
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Here is my opinion as to what may take place

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/21644826/THIS_MAY_BE_THE_PLAN.docx
 

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Hello Mr. Wwwater : )

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That .25 cents was a half decent price

 

 

If it's volume starts picking up here (which it has been),

It could be breaking out (from it's 2yr-old "downtrend")

 

 

Is currently trading at .30-.31

 

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Currently Jan 14th

 

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Wow.....Man. Forget GWG

This KIV looks so much better  !

 

 

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