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Bobwins EXN vs. ADA



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By Bobwins

Posted: Thursday Oct 18 9:56:02AM 2007

I am still holding both ADA.v and EXN. Nice to see EXN move up. Their high grade deposit seems to be expanding nicely. It is still a low volume operation compared to most base metal operations but the high grade helps offset that. The increased reserves justifies their original decision to build a mine with only a few years of reserves. ADA.v still mystifies me. They have a good sized mill operating at 2,000tpd and decent grades. They have lead and zinc, which both look fundamentally. The minority interests in the other two jr explorers is a big plus and their gold prospects are free! I am gritting my teeth but feel that cashflow will win! Bobwins My recent adds have been zmr.v, srv.to and sst.v. Zmr.v is a copper jr with a feasibility study and recent financing that is projecting a new mine opening in 12-18 months. .20 share price and 120million outstanding is a really low market cap for a copper producer that showed 19 million cashflow in the feasibility at $2 copper. SRV.to is restarting zinc/germanium/gallium mines in Tennessee. Extremely high grade ore with very little waste rock. Startup in December. SST.v is a spinoff from CS.to. Same mgmt team and CS has probably gone from explorer to producer smoother than any other miner I know. CS should explode when their doubled capacity flows thru P&L. SST.v should also jump when their contracted silver production starts showing up. Silver Wheaton business model. Has silver from two sources with 3 million oz a year production. Rumored to have another miner ready to sign. Good luck, Bobwins

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