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Impact Silver - IPT.V - WKN: A0HGWG

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    • Ich wunderte mich gestern über den plötzlichen Kurseinbruch und dachte schon warum man hier nicht schonender
      verkauft. :boese:
      Der Grund ist wohl die Ausweitung der Privatplatzierung vom Juni, weil es sehr großes Interesse gab.
      Die zweite Runde zu einem etwas erhöhten Preis.
      Der Markt (wer immer das auch sein mag) scheint es mit Fassung zu tragen. :whistling:

      saludos
      Dateien
      dieser Forenbeitrag wurde CO2-neutral erstellt, zum Ausgleich fahre ich ein KFZ mit Emissionshintergrund

      Dieser Beitrag wurde bereits 4 mal editiert, zuletzt von Real de Catorce ()

    • Einfach nur der ganz normale Wahnsinn...

      Was mir auffällt, sie ist noch explosiver geworden, als 2016.

      Habe noch ein Teil verkauft, nun mehrfacher Freiläufer [smilie_love]

      Denke, sie ist mal reif zum Ausatmen....ich werde versuchen, etwas tiefer die gesamte Position wieder zu kaufen, wäre dann praktisch die Nummer 1 im Depot.

      Man sieht, auch wenn diese Dinger jahrelang vor sich hindümpeln...aber wenn Silber steigt, steigt auch IPT [smilie_blume]



      Carpe Diem
    • goldseiten.de/artikel/422704--…cing-of-4.95-Million.html

      Bin vorhin hierüber gestolpert.... Während die erste Tranche im Juni preislich noch nachvollziehbar ist/war, frage ich mich schon, weshalb die dritte Tranche für 29 Cents plus Optionen hergeschenkt wurde. Seit 3 Wochen ist der Marktpreis zwischen 40 und 50 Cents.

      Das erinnert mich an eine Zeit vor rund 15 Jahren. Da hatte ich die Idee, einen grösseren Betrag für solche PP's zu verwenden. Da gibt es ja genug davon. Allerdings wollte ich auf Nummer todsicher gehen und auf einem anderen Konto die Aktie gleichzeitig shorten, was mir bei solchen kleineren Aktien nicht möglich war. Ich gehe davon aus, dass dies für die Bankster/Grossinvestoren kein Problem darstellt, weder das Zeichnen noch das Shorten.

      IPT shorten bei 0.48, zeichnen für 0.29. Am Ende der Mindestlaufzeit der gezeichneten Aktien alles glattstellen. Das Ergebnis ist ein völlig risikoloser saumässiger Gewinn und zusätzlich hat man noch die Optionen....

      Es ist einfach, wenn man zum Club gehört
    • Also was hier neue Aktien & Optionen ausgegeben werden, dürfte rekordverdächtig sein. Mehr als die Hälfte aller Unternehmensveröffentlichungen diesbezüglich [smilie_happy]

      impactsilver.com/s/NewsReleases.asp

      Diese Woche wieder Optionen für das Management bis 2024 unter dem aktuellen Kurs.


      An alle Investierten: ihr seid hier ausschließlich kurzfristig drin, weil das Ding tatsächlich und trotz ständiger Verwässerung unglaublich an Anstiegen im Gesamtmarkt partizipiert, oder? Habe selten ein Unternehmen mit weniger Substanz und derartiger Trading-Performance erlebt.

      Fundamental hab ich nämlich eben Angst bekommen.

      Aus dem August:


      The Company reported revenues of $2.8 million, a decrease of 11% from same period in 2018, with weak metal prices and lower production offset by improved grades. Net loss was $2.8 million which includes a one-time write-down of $1.7 million of exploration and evaluation assets as the Company reduced its land package size to save on biannual concession taxes. IMPACT continues to have no long-term debt and a strong balance sheet.
      ....

      Financial Overview
      • Revenue for Q2 2019 was $2.8 million compared to $3.1 million in Q2 2018, an 11% drop year over year with improvement in silver head grade offset by lower silver prices and fewer ounces produced.
      • Operating expenses for Q2 2019 were $3.0 million, a substantial decrease from Q2 2018 at $3.8 million.
      • Mine operating loss before amortization and depletion improved to $0.2 million in Q2 2019 compared to $0.7 million in the same period of 2018 as cost reduction and improving head grade at the mill continue to help combat lower silver prices.
      • Net loss for the quarter was $2.8 million, largely due to $2.1 million of non-cash expenses including a reduction of mineral concession holdings from 357 km2 to 167 km2, resulting in a one-time write-down of $1.7 million. All active mines, facilities, and most of the 5,000 identified historic mine workings and high potential prospect targets have been retained.
      • The Company's cash position at June 30, 2019 was $0.8 million.


      Und dann kam ja die nächste Finanzierungsrunde. Die hält jetzt vermutlich bis Februar oder März 2020 [smilie_happy]


      Bei 109 Millionen ausstehenden Aktien ohne Optionen, woher kommt da die Kursphantasie? Die Mine hat wohl eine Lebensdauer von 100 Jahren, aber die Produktionszahlen liegen seit 10 Jahren gefühlt auf dem gleichen niedrigen Level. Das ist es nicht verwunderlich, dass die so lange planen. Man dachte ja nicht mal 2011 bei Silber 40-50 USD daran diese auszuweiten. Und ohne ständige PP´s wäre doch schon lange Schicht im Schacht. Mich überkommt da leider immer das Gefühl man macht das alles nur, um dem Management beim Abzahlen seines Häuschens kontinuierlich das Gehalt überweisen zu können. Caldera hatte es vor einigen Wochen im allgemeinen Minenthread richtigerweise schon erwähnt: ich suche seit Wochen anständige Silberminen, aber dieses Vorhaben stößt allmählich an seine Grenzen.

      Kann mal jemand, der hier investiert ist, eine Lanze für Impact Silver brechen?
    • IMPACT SILVER – A COMPREHENSIVE PRODUCTION AND EXPLORATION UPDATE


      It’s been a while since I had the chance to chat with Fred Davidson over at Impact Silver (TSX.V:IPT & US:ISVLF). The Company has been working hard this year by focusing on cash flow positive production and exploration on new targets to expand current resources and find new deposits. Fred and I discuss all of these points with a focus on the strategy for next year.

      kereport.com/2019/11/20/impact…n-and-exploration-update/
    • matthiasch schrieb:

      IMPACT SILVER – A COMPREHENSIVE PRODUCTION AND EXPLORATION UPDATE


      It’s been a while since I had the chance to chat with Fred Davidson over at Impact Silver (TSX.V:IPT & US:ISVLF). The Company has been working hard this year by focusing on cash flow positive production and exploration on new targets to expand current resources and find new deposits. Fred and I discuss all of these points with a focus on the strategy for next year.

      kereport.com/2019/11/20/impact…n-and-exploration-update/


      Und drei Stunden später kamen die Zahlen! Ich muss sagen, damit hätte ich nicht gerechnet: man hat die Kosten tatsächlich in den Griff bekommen. Nach den Abschlachtungen diverser Minen nach Bekanntgabe der Zahlen innerhalb der letzten Wochen bleibt Impact Silver heute zu recht verschont. Sofern der Silberpreis tatsächlich in die Pötte kommt, ist Impact interessanter als ich in #95 dachte. Die Mine läuft ja soweit ich mich erinnere noch über 100 Jahre und ein Vorteil aus den ständigen PP´s und Kapitalerhöhungen gibt es: man ist immerhin schuldenfrei und hat jetzt für Impacts Börsenwert achtbare 4,4 Millionen $ Cash. Ich bin deshalb mal spekulativ eingestiegen und hoffe einfach auf Silberpreise von 25 US$, dann wird es hier richtig interessant.



      IMPACT Silver Announces Q3 2019 Financial & Production Results

      Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - November 25, 2019) - IMPACT Silver Corp. (TSXV: IPT) (OTC Pink: ISVLF) ("IMPACT" or the "Company") is pleased to announce its financial results for the quarter ending September 30, 2019.
      The Company reported revenues of $3.5 million, an increase of 13% from same period in 2018, with planned lower production offset by improved grades and silver price. Mine operating earnings before amortization and depletion improved 177% to positive earnings of $0.7 million compared to a loss of $0.9 million in the same period of 2018. Net loss was $0.2 million and strong mining operating earnings of $0.4 million.
      Fred Davidson, President & CEO of IMPACT stated, "All credits to our mining team this quarter in turning mining operations from negative to positive earnings. Coinciding the execution of operational excellence, improved silver prices within the quarter boosted margins. We also welcomed new investors into IMPACT with our recent $4.95 million financing, taking advantage of the resurging silver interest over summer. As the purest silver producer with over 95% revenues coming from silver sales quarter after quarter and reporting no equivalents, IMPACT will continue to be a great leveraged investment choice for those who believe in higher silver prices. This capital will help IMPACT advance exploration, corporate development work, and production improvements."

      "As a testament to cost reduction efforts and strategy implemented from September 2018, operating expenses in Q3 2019 dropped to just $2.8 million from $4.0 million, a sharp 30% decrease despite only a 5% drop in silver ounces sold. The decrease in land package size while keeping the high potential areas also helps minimize property concession taxes. As large landholders in this prolific silver district, IMPACT is continually in discussions for potential joint ventures and property transactions."

      "IMPACT is well positioned as silver prices and precious metals continues to trend higher. We aim to continue to mine profitable ounces and manage our production costs while selectively exploring for high potential targets based on the high success rate of our past exploration efforts. With higher precious metal prices due to geopolitical turmoil and uncertainty in late 2019, the outlook for the Company has greatly improved."

      Financial Overview (Quarterly)
      • Revenue for Q3 2019 was $3.5 million compared to $3.1 million in Q3 2019 a 13% increase year over year, a significant improvement due to better grades, and higher silver prices.
      • Mine operating earnings before amortization and depletion improved 177% to positive earnings of $0.7 million in Q3 2019 compared to a loss of $0.9 million in the same period of 2018 as a result of cost reductions, improving head grades at the mill and higher silver prices.
      • Operating expenses for Q3 2019 were $2.8 million, a substantial decrease of 30% from $4.0 million the same period in 2018 as a result of ongoing efficient improvements at the mill and mine sites.
      • EBITDA (Earnings before Interest, Tax, Depreciation & Amortization) was $0.3 million compared to ($1.4) million Q3 2019, a 123% improvement.
      • Net loss for the quarter was $0.2 million compared to $1.5 million in Q3 2018, a significant improvement and one-time expenses were non-operational (financing costs).
      • The Company's cash position at September 30, 2019 was $4.4 million.
      • During the quarter, Company closed a non-brokered private placement for aggregate gross proceeds of $4.95 million.
      • The Company has no long-term debt.
      Production Overview
      • Silver production was at 174,577 ounces in Q3 2019 compared to 179,479 ounces in Q3 2018 due to lower tonnages mined which was offset by higher grades. Average mill feed grade for silver was 182 grams per tonne (g/t) in Q3, a 10% increase from 165g/t in Q3 2018.
      • Throughput at the mill in Q3 2019 was 34,946 tonnes, a 17% decrease from 42,230 tonnes in Q3 2018 due to prioritizing of higher grade ore materials.
      After a challenging start for silver in 2019, in Q3 there was a surge in silver prices over $19/oz for part of the quarter which helped with higher revenue per tonne to our current concentrate buyer, Samsung C&T, while cost controls continue.
      Revenue per tonne sold for Q3 2019 was $105.12 per tonne, a substantial 55% increase from $68.02 in Q3 2018, indicating operating success with a renewed focus on grade and profitable ounces as well as higher silver prices. Cost continues to be a focal point with direct cost per tonne declining in Q3 2019 to $82.33 from $88.71 representing a 7% reduction.
      The largest contributor to mill feed this quarter was the Guadalupe Mine adjacent to the plant. A successful refurbishment of the main mine shaft this quarter allowed for a much higher capacity and lower hauling costs. The Guadalupe Mine restarted production in September 2018 as part of the Company's focus on cost reduction and head grade. Guadalupe produced 44% of Q3 2019 feed with average grades ranging from 165 to 205g/t silver.
      Ongoing exploration during the quarter saw success at San Ramon. On September 11th, 2019, IMPACT announced drilling results of 2.14m of 418 g/t Silver and 1.58m of 1,393 g/t Silver. This round of underground drilling extends the mineralization 50m below the current San Ramon Mine workings. The zone remains open to depth and along strike for further extension.
      At Guadalupe Mine, recent work discovered numerous exceptional native silver specimens between levels 15 and 30 in an area on the main Lipton vein named the Jewelry Shop. Photos can be accessed here http://www.impactsilver.com/s/Production_Guadalupe.asp

      Additional exploration drilling is planned on a number of targets including San Ramon, Renovacion and Manto America. Recent processing tests at Capire resulted in a positive preliminary Dense Media Separation (DMS) study at the Capire project and 200 tonnes per day (TPD) pilot mill. Announced on August 26, 2019, an initial DMS test on a crushed sample of lightly-diluted mineralization from the Capire deposit showed that 25% of the sample mass could be rejected to a coarse waste stream whilst retaining over 99% of silver, lead and zinc minerals, and over 97% of copper and gold in a DMS concentrate. A second test on a low-grade (below current cut-off, or waste grade) sample showed that over 42% of the mass could be rejected whilst retaining 93% of silver and lead minerals and 79% to 92% of copper, gold and zinc in a DMS concentrate. These results suggest that the addition of a DMS preconcentration plant to the Capire process flowsheet could unlock some significant operating cost improvements that would subsequently allow a lowering of cut off grade and access to otherwise uneconomic areas of the Capire deposit. With test production of over 30,000 tonnes in 2014 and a turn-key operation status, Capire represents a potential near-term production expansion decision should silver prices continue to trend upwards.
      George Gorzynski, P.Eng., a Qualified Person under the meaning of Canadian National Instrument 43-101, approved the technical content regarding exploration work in this news release.
      A recorded conference call reviewing the financial and production results of the nine months ended September 30, 2019 will be available on the Company website on November 26, 2019 at www.impactsilver.com/s/ConferenceCalls.asp.

      The information in this news release should be read in conjunction with the Company's unaudited condensed consolidated interim financial statements and Management's Discussion and Analysis, available on the Company website at www.impactsilver.com and on SEDAR at www.sedar.com. All amounts are stated in Canadian dollars unless otherwise specified.