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Overlooked Moly Producer Primed for Major Upside Print E-mail
Written by Peter Spina   
Tuesday, 08 May 2007
It is my pleasure to introduce you to the stock report below. It has been over a year since I last introduced you to Win-Eldrich Mines, TSX-V: WEX back in early 2006 (the report was viewed nearly 13,000 times). Much progress has been encountered in the time I reported to you on this near-term moly producer. Through all the laborious efforts from those involved at the Ashdown project, we can finally see the long-awaited reward from the Ashdown mine. This is a resourceful article to update you and discuss potential valuations in the company.


Is it Finally Time to Buy Moly? Print E-mail
Written by Andrew Mickey, Q1 Publishing   
Wednesday, 27 August 2008

The recent correction in commodity stocks has caused a lot of investors to ask themselves tough questions. The across the board sell-off in commodities has sparked a big debate about how “super” the supercycle really is.

Moly Prices: $ Up, Down, Sideways? Print E-mail
Written by Ken Reser   
Wednesday, 17 January 2007
Overview:   The mining pundits have during this heady time for the most part repeatedly called it wrong when it came down to anticipating the staying power of Molybdenum prices and the sustained increase of world demand that isn’t going away anytime soon.  From early 2005 onward I read the first of many analysts calling for a return to the single digit price range for the silvery metal and we still have many thinking the same thing today.  It does seem however that those who are involved in the production of Moly, as well as many of the end users are not buying it.  (the story that is)  No the end users are buying Moly and although we saw a drop in sales demand thru the last 2-3 months because many of these end users were well stocked and although this is the time of refitting and refurbishment for many steel mills, the price still fell very little from $28.00 area to $25.00 range and has since held. 
Moly seen over USD 40 per pound in 2009 Print E-mail
Written by Steel Guru   
Monday, 11 August 2008
Win-Eldrich Mines (TSX-V: WEX) - A Primary Moly Producer Print E-mail
Written by Investor Voices LLC   
Tuesday, 03 July 2007

WEX is highly leveraged to the price of Moly. If Moly goes up/down $5/lb, WEX’s cash flow per share increases/decreases $0.20 per share. It is my estimation that the price of Moly will continue its bullish trend due to tight supply and increasing demand. At $40/lb Moly, WEX could be generating $1.40 per share in cash flow.

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