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Hello, Share Bunnies. To describe Prairie (PDZ) mining as speculative is to err on the mild side. Its prospects of rocketing the share price seem good, except for a dispute now in the hands of the Polish courts. Until the dispute is settled, I suppose anything might happen.
Hello, Share Triggers. Let’s review a share which presents green supporters among us a bit of heart searching. Should we buy shares in a company which hopes to mine loads of coke in Poland? We have to bear in mind that coal is the dirtiest mass fuel of all when it comes to the threat of global warming.
Hello Share Smashers. Prairie Mining (PDZ) is a company which does coal in Poland. For those who know my Puritan tendencies, that seems an odd kind of company for my support. Does not coal cause air pollution and contribute to global warming?
Hello, Share Wallowers. In recent months I’ve featured Prairie Mining (PDZ). It has an interest in two projects in Poland where the company hopes to produce coal suitable for turning into coke.
Hello, Share Smirkers. It’s nice when a big bank buys loads of shares in a smallish company as the shares tend to rise in value on the news. This has just happened in the case of one of my earlier commendations: Prairie Mining (PDZ).
Hello Share Splurgers. The name Prairie Mining (PDZ) might give an impression that it’s a green company. Yet it deals in coal. But this coal is ideal for making coke, and from school days I think this is a cleaner alternative to the stuff we burned to keep the ‘frost flowers’ from the inside of our windows in the ‘fifties.
Hello, Share Sweetners. I rarely bring a developing miner to your further scrutiny. I prefer to leave all that to my mining expert colleague Gary. Also, I’ve been burned quite a lot by disappointing mineral and metal finds in the past. But any road up, let’s have a look at this one.
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