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Wishbone Gold – projects news, here’s perhaps why the market reaction Big Dave

Wishbone Gold (WSBN) has stated states that it “is pleased to announce positive first assay results from the maiden drilling program at the company's Red Setter gold-copper project in the Patersons Range area in Western Australia” and ramper-in-chief David Lenigas doesn’t see why the market has reacted as it has – the shares currently down to 4.7p to sell, though adding that someone’s sell is another person’s buy.

Wishbone Gold – further encouraging visual drilling results at Red Setter project, Big Dave “just in shock”!

We noted just earlier this week on Wishbone Gold (WSBN) as the shares rose up to 14p that we continued to consider that drilling excitement and ramping building could take the shares up to a target to sell of around 20p. They are currently a bit further closer on the back of a “Encouraging Visual Drilling Results at Red Setter”-titled announcement.


A heartfelt and sincere apology to Mr David Lenigas

If I have ever suggested that Mr David Lenigas is a shameless penny share promoter and all round spiv prone to grotesque exaggeration whose clumsy ramping has helped to turn AIM into the sewer that it is, I should like to apologise. And I mean that most sincerely. The tweet below, about a stock where I may have a minor interest, although that in no way influences me, shows that Mr Lenigas is a world class mind whose pithy objective analysis of mining stocks makes him a national treasure. Let the record stand corrected.


Wishbone Gold – encouraging sample tests from initial drill, and Red Setter project underway: Buy

Wishbone Gold (WSBN) has announced initial samples from the current Wishbone II project in Northern Queensland, Australia. It states that the drilling “confirm[s] the presence of elevated copper, coincident with visible oxidised copper and primary chalcopyrite mineralisation… logging of the Reverse Circulation chips confirms the presence of a felsic, high level, crowded porphyry intrusion often found associated with productive, high-level gold systems in the Ravenswood-Charters Towers district, such as at Mt Wright and Mt Leyshon”. This sounds encouraging.


Yet another apology to Mr David Lenigas, a National Treasure and our leading objective analyst of mining shares

If this website has ever suggested that Mr David Lenigas is a fat Aussie spiv or a shamless promoter of penny shares who is often economic with the truth I must apologise. Not in the least bit influenced by my own ownrship of oodles of shares in Wishbone Gold (WSBN), the tweet exchange below clearly shows that Sir David - as he will soon surely be - is easily the leading objective analyst of small cap mining stocks, not only in Britain but in the world today. What cutting insight hee shows once again. Breathtaking!

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