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Vom Graphit-Boom profitieren: Standard Graphite

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4186 Postings, 3250 Tage carpe_diem# 200

 
  
    
05.04.12 13:58
Nichts zu danken, sehr gerne. Das hoffe ich doch mal schwer ;-)  

4186 Postings, 3250 Tage carpe_diem# 199

 
  
    
05.04.12 14:16

Gesagt, getan! siehe Absatz 2 in # 199- genau so sind sie jetzt vorgegangen! Damit dürften sie für dieses Jahr vollständig finanziert sein. Der PP-Kurs ist außerordentlich gut, wenn man bedenkt, dass wir vor 2 Wochen noch knapp über 50 kan. Cent standen. Überragende Arbeit von den Verantwortlichen!

April 05, 2012 08:00 ET

Standard Graphite Announce Brokered Private Placement for Up to $3,000,000

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - April 5, 2012) - Standard Graphite Corp. (TSX VENTURE:SGH) (the "Company") has entered into an agreement with Industrial Alliance Securities Inc. (the "Agent"), for a Brokered Private Placement on a "best efforts" basis for gross proceeds of up to $3,000,000 (the "Offering").

The Offering consists of the issuance of a maximum 3,529,411 units at a price of $0.85 per unit (the "Units").

Each Unit will consist of one common share at a price of $0.85 and one-half of one common share purchase warrant (each whole warrant, a "Warrant"). Each Warrant entitles the holder to subscribe for one common share at a price of $1.10 for a period of eighteen (18) months following the closing of the Offering. The Warrants are subject to an accelerated expiry which comes into effect once the shares trade above a weighted average price of $1.35 for any twenty consecutive trading-day period, subsequent to four months from Closing. In the event of an accelerated expiry, the expiry date will be the earlier of the regular 18 month expiry date and the 30 days from the date the Company advises the placees of the accelerated expiry.

The net proceeds from the issuance of the Units of the Offering will be used by the Company to incur expenditures on the Company's Quebec and Ontario high priority graphite properties.

At the closing of the Offering, the Issuer shall pay to the Agent a fee equal to 7% of the gross proceeds received by the Issuer from the sale of Units sold pursuant to the Offering. The Issuer shall grant to the Agent compensation options entitling it to purchase that number of Common Shares equal to 7% of the total number of Units sold pursuant to the Offering, exercisable in whole or in part at the price of the Units for a period of 18 months from the closing of the Offering.

The Offering is scheduled to close on or about April 17, 2012 and is subject to certain conditions including, but not limited to, the receipt of all necessary approvals including the approval of the TSX Venture Exchange. All securities issued pursuant to the Offering will be subject to a four month and one day hold period from the date of closing of the Offering.

http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/...sx-venture-sgh-1640790.htm

 

2708 Postings, 3351 Tage VollzeittraderAlso heute wieder Rakete ;)

 
  
    
05.04.12 14:19

4186 Postings, 3250 Tage carpe_diem# 203

 
  
    
05.04.12 14:26
Kann gut sein, dass sie heute wieder an die 1 CAD-Marke heran läuft. Eine Konso auf das PP-Niveau bei 0,85 CAD würde dem Kurs aber auch gut tun. Schauen wir mal ;-)  

4292 Postings, 3769 Tage kuroLöschung

 
  
    
05.04.12 14:27

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Kommentar: Namensverunglimpfung

 

 

4186 Postings, 3250 Tage carpe_diem# 193

 
  
    
05.04.12 14:27

"Standard is focusing its activities in areas with proven graphite potential in eastern Ontario and western Quebec. The acquisition of the new claims in Quebec, announced today, is part of a wider, and aggressive, company strategy to avoid putting all its ‘exploration eggs’ in one basket, diversifying the prospecting areas, such that it does not have to rely on one project alone to secure an important find; it has a many possibilities. Standard is interested in targeting primarily open pit mines.

Here we go!

 

4186 Postings, 3250 Tage carpe_diem@ kuro

 
  
    
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05.04.12 14:30
Bitte tragt das woanders aus, hat nichts mit Standard Graphite zu tun.. danke  

2708 Postings, 3351 Tage VollzeittraderKuro...

 
  
    
05.04.12 14:31

was habe ich denn da abgezogen?? Bin gestern morgen rein und vorhin wieder raus?? Jetzt hau ab hier und lass uns in Ruhe! Dieser Wert ist keine Zockerei, sondern ein Investment!

Geh zu Ralos, deiner Insobude! Man man man!

 

4186 Postings, 3250 Tage carpe_diem# 202, Finanzierung

 
  
    
05.04.12 14:32

Sie bauen wieder eine lukrative Warrant-Klausel in das PP ein, gut für das zukünftige Kapitalmanagement und die Verwässerung.

"Each Warrant entitles the holder to subscribe for one common share at a price of $1.10 for a period of eighteen (18) months following the closing of the Offering. The Warrants are subject to an accelerated expiry which comes into effect once the shares trade above a weighted average price of $1.35 for any twenty consecutive trading-day period, subsequent to four months from Closing. In the event of an accelerated expiry, the expiry date will be the earlier of the regular 18 month expiry date and the 30 days from the date the Company advises the placees of the accelerated expiry."

http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/...sx-venture-sgh-1640790.htm

 

4186 Postings, 3250 Tage carpe_diemNeues von der Grapehene Front

 
  
    
05.04.12 14:34

Carbon Nanotubes Produced by Rolling Graphene Nanoribbons

April 4, 2012 (Source: Azom) -- Scientists from Harvard University, US and the NanoScience Center from the University of Jyväskylä, Finland have identified a new method for producing nanomaterials. The research has been funded by the Academy of Finland.

In this research, narrow and lengthy graphene nanoribbons were twisted to produce carbon nanotubes using computer simulations. Espoo-based Finnish IT Centre for Science (CSC) provided the computers for the research.

The simpler strategy of twisting the ends of a backpack’s strap results in a strong mechanism on nano, micro and macro scales.

The experimental control, which was not possible before, can be achieved by using this method. A variety of carbon nanotubes can be produced using this method including encapsulation of molecules into the tubes and fabrication of tubules from nanoribbons.

Although the rolling mechanism remained undiscovered, carbon nanotubes have been called as ‘rolled-up graphenes’ for over 20 years. Now, atom-by-atom growth mechanism is being used for the production of nanomaterials, including nanotubes.

The findings have been published in Physical Review B journal, with an “Editor's Suggestion" status. It has also been given importance in the Physics journal of American Physical Society.

The Academy of Finland provides funding for deserving scientific researches and acts as a strong basement for research in Finland. It provides total support to the Finnish researchers across all scientific disciplines. 

http://www.graphiteblog.com/2012/04/...graphene-nanoribbons.html#more

 

24 Postings, 3447 Tage BonnieBELINDA@vollzeittrader

 
  
    
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05.04.12 14:37

...naja, auch Raketen fallen vom Himmel  :-); Ich habe Standard Graphite  direkt an der TSX gekauft. ( Wegen des größeren Handelsvolumens). Schaue ich mir die Entwicklung des Handelsvolumens an den deutschen Börsen an, so fällt mir der zeitliche Zusammenhang im März mit der "Road show" von Standard Graphite Corp. in Deutschland auf. Es könnte sein, das der Kurs wegen des zu erwartenden geringeren Handelsvolumens gegenüber den Vortagen weiter nachgiebt. Ich werde mich aber nicht auf einen Kurs festlegen wollen, wo die Korrektur in eine Konsolidierung übergehen könnte. Nach Ostern werden wir dann sehen, ob die "Rakete" noch genügend Treibstoff  hat :-).

 

4186 Postings, 3250 Tage carpe_diem# SGH Peers: Ausstehende Aktien & MarketCap

 
  
    
05.04.12 14:46

2708 Postings, 3351 Tage VollzeittraderFMS, SGH und NGC bisher dick im grünen

 
  
    
05.04.12 16:03

Bereich! So gehe ich doch gern ins lange Wochenende! Werde jetzt mal die Sonne genießen!

Ich wünsche allen "Graphitern" ein schönes Osterwochende! Leider muss ich Arbeiten =)! Aber Feiertagszuschlag muss man ja mitnehmen!

Bis nächste Woche Dienstag!

 

20232 Postings, 3944 Tage Balu4u@ Vollzeittrader

 
  
    
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05.04.12 16:50

einen hätte ich noch: Lomiko Metals

Könnte das nächste Osterei werden! Und damit Frohe Ostern.

 

4186 Postings, 3250 Tage carpe_diem# 204

 
  
    
05.04.12 17:34
Da ist sie, die erwartete Korrektur. Der PP-Kurs sollte die nächsten Wochen zu einer Unterstützungszone werden, bis das PP geschlossen wird. Es ist jedoch üblich, dass der Kurs auch etw. schwächer als das PP-Niveau notieren kann, vor allem nach einer solchen Rally.  

24 Postings, 3447 Tage BonnieBELINDA@carpe-diem

 
  
    
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05.04.12 18:34

Ein Kursrückgang war zu erwarten. Allerdings halte ich den Einbruch in dieser Größenordnung, in einer sehr kurzen Zeitspanne, für übertrieben. Die deutschen Anleger folgen eben der TSX. Gewinnmitnahmen sind mit Sicherheit dabei. Ich glaube dennoch, das einige Anleger kalte Füße bekommen haben... . Gegenüber Exploren wie Focus Metals oder Northern Graphite (die wahrscheinlich in 2013 in Produktion gehen werden) hat  Standard Graphite noch keinen festen Boden unter den Füßen (da spielt viel Fantasie mit, um in die Corp. zu investieren). Die nächsten Wochen werden zeigen,ob und  wie nachhaltig sich der Kurs von Standard Graphite positiv entwickeln wird.

 

Erklärung: die genannten Explorer geben meine Meinung wieder und sind keine Kauf- oder Verkaufsempfehlung

 

20232 Postings, 3944 Tage Balu4uSK ca 90 Cent

 
  
    
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05.04.12 22:24

20232 Postings, 3944 Tage Balu4udenke zw. 50 und 60

 
  
    
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06.04.12 01:09

Eurocent wäre ne gute Kaufgelegenheit Gute N8

 

4186 Postings, 3250 Tage carpe_diem# 218

 
  
    
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06.04.12 02:36
Definitiv balu! Volumen in Kanada ist weiterhin exzellent. Bin gespannt, wie sie sich trotz der Schwäche im Junior-Sektor bis zum PP-Close entwickeln wird.

Wenn man sich die Finanzierung anschaut, scheint das Interesse von Institutionen und größeren Investoren sehr hoch zu sein. Das ist eine erstklassige Leistung der Verantwortlichen diesen Deal nach dieser dynamischen Rally weit über dem 3 Monats-Average durchzuziehen. Der Deal wird den Boden für die nächste Rally formen, die Standard weit über den CAD bringen wird.  

4186 Postings, 3250 Tage carpe_diemInformatives Video

 
  
    
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06.04.12 16:15

#1 Analyst Louis James Forecasts on Gold, Silver, Rare Earth Elements & Graphite

April 5, 2012 -- Tracy Weslosky, CEO for Pro-Edge Consultants Inc. (www.pro-edge.com) interviews her #1 ranked analyst Louis James, Editor of the Casey International Speculator about his analysis on market trends for gold, silver, rare metals and graphite investments. He comments on the gold market by saying, "volatility can be your best friend...you need volatility. You want to buy low and sell high. You need things to fluctuate, that's how you buy low in order to sell high." For the silver market, he says that if we see more economic downturn silver will get hit harder than gold because it is an industrial metal not just a precious metal. He views this as a good buying opportunity for silver. With the forecast of impending economic turmoil, he advises going into cash. He also talks about his views on the rare earth element (REE) market by noting that with China's dominance of the REE industry political independence of other countries is at risk. He says that before entering the graphite market it is important to understand company financing and to ensure that the company has experienced people that understand the business..

Video-Link: http://www.graphiteblog.com/2012/04/...e-earth-elements-graphite.html

 

4186 Postings, 3250 Tage carpe_diemGroßartiger Ausblick

 
  
    
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06.04.12 17:06

Graphite Companies Looking for Non-Chinese Supply Sources to Meet Increasing Demand

Received an analyst report from Canaccord (Wendell Zerb et al.) yesterday with a review of the graphite sector and its constituent junior companies. Recent posts on GraphiteBlog have highlighted graphite’s growing applications in lithium ion batteries and this report also notes that the “perceived largest growth area for graphite is associated with lithium ion batteries.” This is supported by various increasing demand projections for graphite including that according to the Chinese Ministry of Science, the Chinese government aims to have 1 million electric powered vehicles on the road by 2015 and that China’s electric car sales will exceed those in the US by 2020.

Of the world’s ten largest graphite producers six are based in China. Of the remaining four, two are based in Brazil, one in Turkey and one in Austria. Of these countries China has the highest annual production capacity of 383,000 tonnes per year followed by Brazil (100,000 tonnes), Turkey (50,000 tonnes) and then Austria (30,000 tonnes). Similar to the rare earth element story, graphite companies from around the world are looking for alternative supply sources to secure future supply to meet increasing demand.

Here are some graphite exploration updates:

Standard Graphite Corp. (TSXV: SGH): With shares trading at $0.90 and a market capitalization of $20.61 million , Standard Graphite is solely focused on exploration and development of its flake graphite properties. The Black Donald project hosts several known graphite occurrences. Its properties in Quebec have yet to be explored with modern techniques and Standard Graphite is currently conducting airborne electromagnetic surveying, and expects to also complete ground geophysics, mapping, sampling and trenching in order to develop a Phase 1 drill program..

Link: http://www.graphiteblog.com/2012/04/...to-meet-increasing-demand.html

 

4186 Postings, 3250 Tage carpe_diem# 218, Finanzierung

 
  
    
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06.04.12 17:17

Da scheint sich die Einschätzung & Analyse zu bestätigen. 

Kommentar vom kanadischen stockhouse Board:

"just talked to the co. and the PP is all sold."

Quelle: http://www.stockhouse.com/Bullboards/...&r=0&s=SGH&t=LIST

 

4186 Postings, 3250 Tage carpe_diem# Graphite and Graphene

 
  
    
07.04.12 14:55

More than batteries: the Aerospace Industry will Play an ever Larger Role in the Development of Graphite and Graphene

Graphite has found many new industrial applications over the past few decades. Graphite is used as an additive in the production of steel, in mechanical lubricants and in a variety of automotive products. In last two years, graphite has been the object of renewed interest, an aspect reflected in sharply rising prices for this commodity in world markets, due to evolving lithium-ion battery technology driven by demand for energy efficient products, particularly the rapid development of electric vehicles.

The future of nuclear energy, as a result of meltdown concerns raised by the 2011 Fukushima reactor disaster, revolves around pebble bed reactors, which use graphite as the moderator. Such has been the advancement of technology that the graphite derived material graphene, when used in a super-capacitor, could soon make chemical batteries obsolete. Industry analysts have estimated that thanks to evolving battery technology demand alone, graphite demand could grow by as much as 400% over the next decade, especially high carbon content (> 95%) large flake graphite, which will require the opening of many new graphite mines a year. It is this type of graphite that will be able to fetch the highest prices, whereas lower grades, finer flake, will continue to be used in such items as lubricants or pencils. However, lower grades of graphite, like its carbon relative ‘carbon fiber’, will see increased demand from the aerospace industry. 

Woven graphite, a material introduced to the market in the past decade, is a veritable alternative to carbon fiber and Kevlar; both of which have been used extensively in military and civilian aircraft applications. The Boeing 787, which has just begun commercial operation, has a fuselage and wings that make wide use of graphite carbon reinforced polymers. The Japanese firm Mitsubishi has designed the wings for Boeing 787 using a graphite epoxy composite. The American space exploration agency, NASA, has predicted that future aircraft will trade aluminum for graphite and carbon fiber composites. Graphene is even stronger than graphite, which makes it ideal for aerospace applications. Its strength and low density makes it essential in reducing aircraft weight and, therefore, fuel consumption. Graphite has already fulfilled this role but graphene offers all of graphite’s advantages with the additional benefit of even greater strength and strain control.  

The latter aspect provides unprecedented safety gains, as the ability to monitor material strain can help predict part failure and avoid potentially disastrous accidents. The problem of how to produce large enough quantities of graphene is close to being resolved and the aerospace industry will soon begin conducting large scale experimentation to devise methods of adopting this new material in regular production. Meanwhile, graphite will see demand grow from airplane manufacturers such as Boeing and Airbus (like Boeing, Airbus has also unveiled an airliner, the A350 XWB, making large use of composites featuring graphite). Graphite is also one of the best materials to make turbofan jet engine shaft seals thanks to its strength, low weight and excellent heat resistance.

The main shaft in a turbofan engine rotates at near supersonic speed, generating a lot of heat, which can cause lubricant to leak if the seals fail. Graphite seals are more resistant than traditional ones; they generate less friction and ideal in such high temperature environments. Graphite and graphite coated composites can also be used in aircraft gearboxes and typically in any application where a high speed rotating shaft is involved. Graphene will probably replace all of the carbon fiber presently being used in the aerospace industry and the aerospace sector will lead the efforts to develop this new and stronger material.          

Quelle: http://www.graphiteblog.com/2012/04/...-of-graphite-and-graphene.html

 

4186 Postings, 3250 Tage carpe_diemGraphit.-Sektor: Ausblick verbessert sich weiter

 
  
    
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07.04.12 15:23

Continued Expansion in the Graphite Space: More Canadian Juniors for Rapid Growth
 
Details  Published on Friday, 06 April 2012 05:42
By Nathan Pearson and Rachel Harrison ResourcexInvestor.com. April 4, 2012

With the graphite space exploding like a supernova, junior exploration companies are snapping up prime real estate to sink their eager drills into across Canada and beyond. It’s an exciting time for investors and investees alike as we find ourselves in the eye of a perfect storm in which insufficient supply is beginning to clash with ever-increasing demand. From rapid industrial advancements in developing nations to a host of burgeoning green technologies, graphite seems to be at the center of it all.

Why Graphite Matters

Graphite is one of three types of carbon, alongside amorphous—such as coal and charcoal—and diamonds. Graphite also exists in amorphous form, as well as crystalline flake and lump/vein and is classed by grade, mesh and moisture content. Not only found within pencils, graphite is used extensively in steel manufacturing as well as applications such as brake linings and clutches, lubricants, crucibles and plastics. But that’s only half the story. Newly emerging and green technologies are sending the demand skyward as lithium-ion batteries, fuel cells, solar panels, pebble bed nuclear reactors and graphene become technologies of today rather than tomorrow.

What is it about graphite that makes it so suitable for a wide variety of applications? The reasons are numerous: it’s an excellent conductor of heat and electricity, is extremely resistant to strong acids as well as thermal shock, is a phenomenal lubricant, is highly refractive and has the highest natural strength and stiffness of any known material.

And then there’s graphene. These one-atom-thick sheets of graphite make up the thinnest and strongest material ever developed: two hundred times stronger than steel and several times tougher than a diamond. Because it conducts both electricity and heat better than copper, it has vast potential in applications such as LCD touch-screen technology, transistors, solar cells and data and energy storage units.

A Perfect Storm:

Supply and Demand Graphite demand has been rising at a steady rate of five percent per year for the last decade, due largely to the rapid industrialization of developing nations such as China and India. Another factor is the lithium-ion battery, needed to satisfy the First World’s thirst for consumer goods such as laptops, cameras, cell phones and mp3 players, as well as electric and hybrid vehicles, which can require up to seventy kilograms of graphite per vehicle. Surprisingly, the lithium-ion battery takes twenty to thirty times more graphite than lithium to produce. These factors have a Canaccord research report stating that, “Annual flake graphite production will have to increase by a factor of six by 2020 to meet incremental lithium carbonate requirements for batteries”.

Seventy percent of the world’s graphite is currently exported from China. The problem lies in a combination of depleted reserves, a need to fuel their own growing steel and automotive industries and a steep twenty percent export duty and seventeen percent VAT. This has contributed to the price of graphite doubling since 2010 and nearly tripling since 2008. Prices for graphite are determined by flake size and purity—with premium product being large flake, high carbon graphite—and currently commands up to $3000 per tonne.

The remaining thirty percent of graphite production takes place in countries such as India, Brazil, North Korea, Madagascar, Sri Lanka and Canada, but not nearly enough sources exist to meet the burgeoning demand. It is estimated that up to twenty-five more mines worth of new production could be needed. It is for this reason that the British Geological Survey has declared graphite a critical material and the European commission included graphite among the fourteen materials it considers high in economic importance and supply risk..

Quelle: http://www.graphite-investor.com/others/...ors-for-rapid-growth 

 

4186 Postings, 3250 Tage carpe_diem# 224, Ausblick

 
  
    
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07.04.12 15:25

"..It is estimated that up to twenty-five more mines worth of new production could be needed." 

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