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By Bobwins

Posted: Monday Dec 31 4:39:01PM 2007

AOS.v +.17 to C$1.07 Finally AOS.v moves up. Looking forward to a recovery during 2008.

By Bobwins

Posted: Monday Dec 10 9:59:28AM 2007

Is it over? AOS.v dropped like a rock to .69 on 12/3/07. Now .85 Bobwins

By robert1229

Posted: Tuesday Sep 25 9:08:28AM 2007

Mr Bobwins, Not too long ago, you were very helpful in pointing out to me why a particular news item from a mining exploration company was not so meaningful. You explained how a grab sample can mean relatively little in valuing the project. And the stock that had caught my attention at that time (perhaps five or six weeks ago, perhaps a little earlier) wound up not performing well. So I avoided that trouble largely because you steered me away. I am much obliged. Last evening, my attention was drawn to a news item from about 1 week ago. The stock is Canadian Royalties. This is a nickel story, and because the geology as reported speaks about significant nickel percentages over a large field (width and depth), the resource looks valuable. This is not a grab sample story. Yet I understand that it is not the final word, which I believe to be the bankable feasibility study. I was wondering if Canadian Royalties is a company that you are following. The symbol is CZZ, quoted on the TSX. Maybe this e-mail will serve to return a favor to the gentleman who is the most knowledgeable contributor here. Regards, Robert

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