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NioCorp Developments Ltd

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NorCalTommy NorCalTommy 15 minutes ago
Omni-Blow Hard...... take a couple minutes off your negative rant and smell the possible roses..... not sure how i missed all of your profound MB postings in the past, don't remember seeing you around the NioVille message board until recently.....unless you are yet ANOTHER alias of one of our resident fly's..... buzzing around all day and spreading cheer and misinformation...... loser.....
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OmniPro OmniPro 17 minutes ago
C'mon DM and everybody. You don't see another well-timed, manipulative gesture to ease the pressure? MS and his clowns have REPEATEDLY played everybody with meaningless gestures.....for 10 years. IF and UNTIL we see an iron-clad financing program, I believe NOTHING from corrupt MS and his banditos....
Do not get manipulated again. It's well-timed manipulation, bc MS and his BS team need a pump for a few days....to cash-in....lying, manipulative scumbags
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NorCalTommy NorCalTommy 22 minutes ago
DOA has no position in NB he says..... He's just here to help all of his 'flock' with non-stop bashing every day.... what a friend..... we all need lots of friends like DOA..... here's a toast to friends like DOA....... who will always be there for you..... to help you thru the tough times in your portfolio.......

Uhm..... no THANKS!!!! shoooo fly shoooooo.....

NCT
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PutzMueler PutzMueler 1 hour ago
Yes but its the right kind of fluff..(finance-fluff)
And it's right there!

duh lol

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All Aboard !

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Did you notice, the after hours reset @ $2.10
Half way between high and low
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The_Gman The_Gman 1 hour ago
Wondering if this could be related to a request for another loan under the EXIM Engineering Multiplier Program (EMP)? They need to be credit-worthy and JP Morgan would maybe be the ones to make that determination to EXIM? Might not be something they can make public? Just speculating. Certainly appears something is in the works given the time constraints on the recent loan.

The EMP will finance feasibility studies, pre-construction design, engineering, architectural and environmental services undertaken prior to commencement of the implementation phase of a physical project, supporting the award of major equipment supply and construction contracts and development of technical and environmental & social information that required to facilitate EXIM’s future consideration of requests to support the implementation of foreign projects. These services must support projects that have the potential of generating subsequent U.S. export orders of at least double the amount of the original pre-export service contract(s), or $10 million, whichever is greater.

The EMP provides added advantages by including an automatic entitlement of maximum local cost support and the buyer’s right to “roll-over” medium-term EMP financing into a long-term credit if EXIM finances the U.S. export orders associated with the project. If the underlying project goes forward with U.S. goods and services, EXIM may extend a loan or guarantee for the project to the foreign buyer. The financing undertaken under the EMP can then be rolled into the subsequent financing of the project, on standard terms applicable to the nature of the project. Transactions that cannot meet the eligibility requirements of this program (because, for example, the transaction would not likely generate sufficient subsequent U.S. export orders) remain eligible for support under EXIM's standard medium-term guarantee.

The buyer must be a creditworthy entity and the underlying project must be eligible for EXIM support. Moreover, the Bank looks at the foreign buyer's ability to finance all stages of the project, whether or not the actual project is to be supported by EXIM.

https://exim.gov/solutions/loan-guarantee/emp
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LCP77 LCP77 1 hour ago
Sad and pathetic. You couldn’t be happier? It is just fluff.
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PutzMueler PutzMueler 1 hour ago
I assume when you are on an advisory board like EXIM Bank, part of your reimbursement, is first dibs

I couldn't be happier with todays NR
OK, I could, but it would have to be 2016

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JP Morgan is on the Sub-Saharan Africa Advisory Committee(Finance) vs
BNP Paribas, North America(Finance)
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monocle monocle 2 hours ago
It isn't nearly as vague as those nda's from 10 years ago. Remember those?

https://www.niocorp.com/niocorp-signs-confidentiality-agreements-credit-suisse-morgan-stanley/

Niocorp is working with EXIM, JP Morgan has a history of successfully engaging with them. They would not engage on Niocorp's behalf, in any capacity, unless they expect to get paid right?

Based on what we know about the current state of Niocorp's finances they can't afford to pay anyone anything. So what do they know that we don't? Must be something right? Hopefully?
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ge11 ge11 2 hours ago
NH....if you believe your scenario is accurate....stick with it.....But take the time to read the PR....it states that no loan will be closed until the board approves.

EXIM approval process, no loan application is final until EXIM’s Board of Directors give its final approval.
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NavyHusker NavyHusker 2 hours ago
Please feel free to explain why they use vague language then instead of concrete terms. "Engages" JPMC - what exactly does this mean and what are they doing? Did they close a loan deal or not?

Financing was "imminent" years ago but never happened. Clear concise press releases would be refreshing. But then it would be harder to hide their failures.
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LCP77 LCP77 2 hours ago
Yet we still have that pesky loan default issue. After hours didn’t do much at all. Either NB pays $1.4mm next week with the money they borrowed 7 weeks ago (after paying a million in fees and giving up 600,000+ warrants at $3.25 lololol) or they default. Nice look for a borrower seeking funds. Y/L have them over a barrel. One thing you can be sure of is that new money to advance a project is not happy about it being used to pay loan sharks. Stick a fork in it. This chick is toast.
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PutzMueler PutzMueler 3 hours ago
BNP Paribas buys Exane, who buys JP Morgan

And everyone hangs out at EXIM Bank

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/exane-asset-management-buys-jpmorgan-183803588.html
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PutzMueler PutzMueler 3 hours ago
JP Morgan Chase is on the EXIM advisory board, you don't see a synergy there?

And so is

Mauricio Gonzalez
Head of Export Finance, North America
BNP Paribas
Representing: Finance

Synergy -- BNP Paribas Exane and Stellantis
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ge11 ge11 3 hours ago
Really......this is your take....LMAO

For all we know, Mark could have walked into a JP Morgan Chase office without an appointment to ask who he could talk to about a loan and never talked to anyone who could even set up a meeting let alone make a decision. That would also qualify as NioCorp "engaging" JPMC
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NavyHusker NavyHusker 4 hours ago
I don't like how much they use vague terms like "engages". What specifically are they doing?

For all we know, Mark could have walked into a JP Morgan Chase office without an appointment to ask who he could talk to about a loan and never talked to anyone who could even set up a meeting let alone make a decision. That would also qualify as NioCorp "engaging" JPMC. Doesn't mean anything will happen just like nothing happened with the German government loan from a decade ago.

It sounds nice, but still too vague to get excited yet.
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danieldeubank danieldeubank 4 hours ago
NioCorp Engages J.P. Morgan to Assist with EXIM Financing of Elk Creek Critical Minerals Project

https://www.niocorp.com/niocorp-engages-j-p-morgan-to-assist-with-exim-financing-of-elk-creek-critical-minerals-project/
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Demolition Man Demolition Man 4 hours ago
C'mon man I am not a fan of mark either but how can you say this is not at least a little bit of positive news?? You must give credit where credit is due and this is coming from me who thinks we have a trash, lazy, and greedy team. I will never forget or forgive this team for the R/S and SPAC deal and believe they all should of all been fired on the spot. But let's at least see where this news can take us....
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Dead On Arrival Dead On Arrival 4 hours ago
I am wondering who was the go between when the SPAC was conceived. MS,CS,JPM were all part of Mark's inner circle. Hope this new news will help Niocorp. On a side note, JPM is not exactly high on the moral compass. They make the hyenas at GX look like choir boys.
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bernice bernice 4 hours ago
No Position here and writing much. You are a joke like your Name.
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Dead On Arrival Dead On Arrival 4 hours ago
Hopefully it is good news for my friends who are underwater on this POS. I have no position in any stock of Mark's. If it makes you happy, I am getting waffled on LWLG.
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OmniPro OmniPro 4 hours ago
Of course, everybody's getting all excited again. Mention 'JPM' is 'engaged' and everybody goes wild. You have NO idea what 'assist' means? NO idea what terms might be! Remember: JPM has a fudiciary responsibility to their shareholders as well, so do not be foolish and assume any 'assistance' by JPM will be good for NB investors...if JPM is underwriting any part of a prospective 'loan.' EXIM as a stand-alone guarantor, would be in NB's best interest....
Don't count on a deal with JPM getting done, unless you want to have your other testicle removed....lol
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bernice bernice 4 hours ago
I know, this is Not a good news for you, lol.
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Dead On Arrival Dead On Arrival 4 hours ago
You have been passed out under a bush for close to a year. I am sure you sleep quite well.
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Demolition Man Demolition Man 5 hours ago
Putz, One would think this should be incredible news, but nothing seems to help our share price. We are close to trading in the teens for a NioCorp All TIME LOW share price.. Silver lining, we made mark and crew who cannot sell water to a man dying of thirst in the desert multi-millionaires in the process....I will say as for banks it does not get much bigger than JP Morgan Chase Bank so I am thinking this is very positve news!!!

Hoping/praying something big happens soon :)
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ge11 ge11 5 hours ago
https://www.exim.gov/resources/delegated-authority-lenders

JP Morgan Chase Bank N.A.
Mr. Liam Wyness
Commercial Banking - Trade & Working Capital (949) 400-6727
liam.v.wyness@jpmorgan.com
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming
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bernice bernice 5 hours ago
Yes, this is positiv. We all can sleep well today.
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PutzMueler PutzMueler 5 hours ago
From the NioCorp NEWS RELEASE….

With J.P. Morgan’s experience in helping to successfully craft financing packages with EXIM, we are very pleased to be working with them to continue to push our Elk Creek Project to financing and a construction start as rapidly as possible,

Member of EXIM Board

Christine Kamil
Managing Director
JPMorgan Chase
Representing: Finance

https://www.exim.gov/news/export-import-bank-united-states-board-directors-announces-members-exim-2023-2024-advisory
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Landmark8211111 Landmark8211111 5 hours ago
“ Engages J.P. Morgan to Assist with EXIM Financing of Elk Creek Critical Minerals Project”.

CENTENNIAL, Colorado – May 23, 2024 –NioCorp Developments Ltd. (“NioCorp” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq:NB) is pleased to announce that it has engaged JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. ("J.P. Morgan") to assist NioCorp in seeking debt financing supported by the Export-Import Bank of the U.S. ("EXIM") to advance NioCorp's proposed Elk Creek Critical Minerals Project (the "Project").

NioCorp's application for project financing with EXIM made it through the first of EXIM's three Transaction Review Committee (TRC) reviews in October 2023. In April 2024, EXIM provided NioCorp with a preliminary indicative term sheet for possible financing. While JPMorgan is assisting the Company to advance the sought financing to the next level in the EXIM approval process, no loan application is final until EXIM’s Board of Directors give its final approval.

"With J.P. Morgan’s experience in helping to successfully craft financing packages with EXIM, we are very pleased to be working with them to continue to push our Elk Creek Project to financing and a construction start as rapidly as possible," said Mark A. Smith, CEO and Chairman of NioCorp.
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PutzMueler PutzMueler 5 hours ago
Well if JP Morgan Chase together with EXIM Bank, are going to craft financing packages in relation to the EXIM debt loan application, that is very positive,imo.

Or am I misinterpreting the news release?
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Landmark8211111 Landmark8211111 5 hours ago
Where are we going and WTF are we doing !!???

We are running out of tradable STOCKS and SHARES ! …!
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ALDRADJKD123 ALDRADJKD123 5 hours ago
Still pumping the bs I see…
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TooSoon TooSoon 5 hours ago
NioCorp Engages J.P. Morgan to Assist with EXIM Financing of Elk Creek Critical Minerals Project

CENTENNIAL, Colorado – May 23, 2024 –NioCorp Developments Ltd. (“NioCorp” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq:NB) is pleased to announce that it has engaged JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. ("J.P. Morgan") to assist NioCorp in seeking debt financing supported by the Export-Import Bank of the U.S. ("EXIM") to advance NioCorp's proposed Elk Creek Critical Minerals Project (the "Project").

NioCorp's application for project financing with EXIM made it through the first of EXIM's three Transaction Review Committee (TRC) reviews in October 2023. In April 2024, EXIM provided NioCorp with a preliminary indicative term sheet for possible financing. While JPMorgan is assisting the Company to advance the sought financing to the next level in the EXIM approval process, no loan application is final until EXIM’s Board of Directors give its final approval.

"With J.P. Morgan’s experience in helping to successfully craft financing packages with EXIM, we are very pleased to be working with them to continue to push our Elk Creek Project to financing and a construction start as rapidly as possible," said Mark A. Smith, CEO and Chairman of NioCorp.
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ge11 ge11 5 hours ago
News


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NioCorp Engages J.P. Morgan to Assist with EXIM Financing of Elk Creek Critical Minerals Project
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CENTENNIAL, Colorado – May 23, 2024 –NioCorp Developments Ltd. (“NioCorp” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq:NB) is pleased to announce that it has engaged JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. ("J.P. Morgan") to assist NioCorp in seeking debt financing supported by the Export-Import Bank of the U.S. ("EXIM") to advance NioCorp's proposed Elk Creek Critical Minerals Project (the "Project").

NioCorp's application for project financing with EXIM made it through the first of EXIM's three Transaction Review Committee (TRC) reviews in October 2023. In April 2024, EXIM provided NioCorp with a preliminary indicative term sheet for possible financing. While JPMorgan is assisting the Company to advance the sought financing to the next level in the EXIM approval process, no loan application is final until EXIM’s Board of Directors give its final approval.

"With J.P. Morgan’s experience in helping to successfully craft financing packages with EXIM, we are very pleased to be working with them to continue to push our Elk Creek Project to financing and a construction start as rapidly as possible," said Mark A. Smith, CEO and Chairman of NioCorp.


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ABOUT NIOCORP

NioCorp is developing a critical minerals project in Southeast Nebraska that will produce niobium, scandium, and titanium. The Company also is evaluating the potential to produce several rare earths from the Elk Creek Project. Niobium is used to produce specialty alloys as well as High Strength, Low Alloy steel (“HSLA”), which is a lighter, stronger steel used in automotive, structural, and pipeline applications. Scandium is a specialty metal that can be combined with Aluminum to make alloys with increased strength and improved corrosion resistance. Scandium is also a critical component of advanced solid oxide fuel cells. Titanium is used in various lightweight alloys and is a key component of pigments used in paper, paint and plastics and is also used for aerospace applications, armor, and medical implants. Magnetic rare earths, such as neodymium, praseodymium, terbium, and dysprosium are critical to the making of Neodymium-Iron-Boron (“NdFeB” magnets, which are used across a wide variety
of defense and civilian applications. @Niocorp $NB

Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and forward-looking information within the meaning of applicable Canadian securities laws. Forward-looking statements may include, but are not limited to, statements regarding the timing and process of the review and diligence of NioCorp’s application for debt financing from EXIM, and NioCorp’s expectation to produce niobium, scandium and titanium and the potential to produce rare earths at the Project. Forward-looking statements are typically identified by words such as “plan,” “believe,” “expect,” “anticipate,” “intend,” “outlook,” “estimate,” “forecast,” “project,” “continue,” “could,” “may,” “might,” “possible,” “potential,” “predict,” “should,” “would” and other similar words and expressions, but the absence of these words does not mean that a statement is not forward-looking.

The forward-looking statements are based on the current expectations of the management of NioCorp and are inherently subject to uncertainties and changes in circumstances and their potential effects and speak only as of the date of such statement. There can be no assurance that future developments will be those that have been anticipated. Forward-looking statements reflect material expectations and assumptions, including, without limitation, expectations, and assumptions relating to NioCorp’s ability to receive sufficient project financing. Such expectations and assumptions are inherently subject to uncertainties and contingencies regarding future events and, as such, are subject to change. Forward-looking statements involve a number of risks, uncertainties or other factors that may cause actual results or performance to be materially different from those expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements. These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, those discussed
and identified in public filings made by NioCorp with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and with the applicable Canadian securities regulatory authorities and the following: NioCorp’s ability to pay the necessary fees in connection with EXIM’s underwriting process, including the expenses of EXIM’s or any other lenders’ legal and other advisors and NioCorp’s own advisors; the completion of the Phase II due diligence process, following receipt of the PPL; the possibility that NioCorp does not receive a final commitment of financing from EXIM on the anticipated timeline, on acceptable terms, or at all; NioCorp’s ability to recognize the anticipated benefits of the business combination with GX Acquisition Corp. II (the “Business Combination”) and the standby equity purchase agreement (the “Yorkville Equity Facility Financing Agreement” and, together with the Business Combination, the “Transactions”) with YA II PN, Ltd., an investment fund managed by Yorkville Advisors Global, LP
, including NioCorp’s ability to access the full amount of the expected net proceeds under the Yorkville Equity Facility Financing Agreement over the next three years; unexpected costs related to the Transactions; the outcome of any legal proceedings that may be instituted against NioCorp following closing of the Transactions; NioCorp’s ability to continue to meet the listing standards of the NASDAQ; NioCorp’s ability to operate as a going concern; risks relating to NioCorp’s common shares, including price volatility, lack of dividend payments and dilution or the perception of the likelihood any of the foregoing; NioCorp’s requirement of significant additional capital; the extent to which NioCorp’s level of indebtedness and/or the terms contained in agreements governing NioCorp’s indebtedness or the Yorkville Equity Facility Financing Agreement may impair NioCorp’s ability to obtain additional financing; covenants contained in agreements with NioCorp’s secured creditors that may affect its
assets; NioCorp’s limited operating history; NioCorp’s history of losses; the material weaknesses in NioCorp’s internal control over financial reporting, NioCorp’s efforts to remediate such material weaknesses and the timing of remediation; the possibility that NioCorp may qualify as a passive foreign investment company under the U.S. Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”); the potential that the Transactions could result in NioCorp becoming subject to materially adverse U.S. federal income tax consequences as a result of the application of Section 7874 and related sections of the Code; cost increases for NioCorp’s exploration and, if warranted, development projects; a disruption in, or failure of, NioCorp’s information technology systems, including those related to cybersecurity; equipment and supply shortages; variations in the market demand for, and prices of, niobium, scandium, titanium and rare earth products; current and future off take agreements, joint ventures, and
partnerships; NioCorp’s ability to attract qualified management; the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic or other global health crises on NioCorp’s business plans, financial condition and liquidity; estimates of mineral resources and reserves; mineral exploration and production activities; feasibility study results; the results of metallurgical testing; the results of technological research; changes in demand for and price of commodities (such as fuel and electricity) and currencies; competition in the mining industry; changes or disruptions in the securities markets; legislative, political or economic developments, including changes in federal and/or state laws that may significantly affect the mining industry; the impacts of climate change, as well as actions taken or required by governments related to strengthening resilience in the face of potential impacts from climate change; the need to obtain permits and comply with laws and regulations and other regulatory requirements; the timing and
reliability of sampling and assay data; the possibility that actual results of work may differ from projections/expectations or may not realize the perceived potential of NioCorp’s projects; risks of accidents, equipment breakdowns, and labor disputes or other unanticipated difficulties or interruptions; the possibility of cost overruns or unanticipated expenses in development programs; operating or technical difficulties in connection with exploration, mining, or development activities; management of the water balance at the Project site; land reclamation requirements related to the Project; the speculative nature of mineral exploration and development, including the risks of diminishing quantities of grades of reserves and resources; claims on the title to NioCorp’s properties; potential future litigation; and NioCorp’s lack of insurance covering all of NioCorp’s operations.

Should one or more of these risks or uncertainties materialize or should any of the assumptions made by the management of NioCorp prove incorrect, actual results may vary in material respects from those projected in these forward-looking statements.

All subsequent written and oral forward-looking statements concerning the matters addressed herein and attributable to NioCorp or any person acting on its behalf are expressly qualified in their entirety by the cautionary statements contained or referred to herein. Except to the extent required by applicable law or regulation, NioCorp undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date hereof to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events.

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ALDRADJKD123 ALDRADJKD123 5 hours ago
Yep, it was so great…..crash and burn with Nioturd. Soon to see the 1’s again. Notice the Nioturd Pump Clown Crew diminishing…..
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monocle monocle 6 hours ago
Popcorn, that's what I should have bought LOL. I'm down almost 5%
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OmniPro OmniPro 6 hours ago
Yes, I am a bored member Wagner. And hey, just closed at $2.00 PS....only $.02 off all-time low. And approx a 40,000 share dump in the last minute. Niiiiice....
We have been hood-winked royally and MS is a m'f'r....
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wagner wagner 6 hours ago
How can a board member only write negative on one stock since he started here...?
I guess he is bored
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OmniPro OmniPro 6 hours ago
And plz remember NCT. Second largest depository in North America, right? And can only get $2m investment....in 5 years? Hahahaha......No PE $....NO institutional $.....NO NOTHING (virtually). So, what is the problem? Either ppl do not believe (in) MS and his dogsh.. 'management' team....and/or ppl do not believe the materials/elements are in the ground TO THE EXTENT CLAIMED....and/or they do not believe this 'company' will be profitable. Bottom line: NO ONE IS INTERESTED IN FUNDING ELK CREEK! You tell me why (virtually) ZERO investment. EXIM will not fund this 'project' c just like Solyndra, China will price-fix and NB will be toast....which was my point....but you somehow missed it.......
Only a few pennies from all-time low. Keep holding NCT
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wagner wagner 7 hours ago
I guess some shorter never brought a stock that was under the water until the new valuation came out. Right now this share price without any positive fantasies....

Exim and partner will change this
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LCP77 LCP77 7 hours ago
One thing I know for sure is that I’m going to buy some popcorn.
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OmniPro OmniPro 7 hours ago
NCT: you are FULL of wishful thinking. There is no Niocorp/NB. It's a house of cards worth almost ZERO now. You keep holding my friend. You'll be around $.06 PS within a year....just like IBC.....keep holding....give those bastards ALL your hard-earned $.....
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OmniPro OmniPro 7 hours ago
Near all-time low SP, right boys? Keep holding. And don't worry, I'm not buying this dogsh..
EXIM will never fund BS/liar MS and corrupt 'management' team. My only regret, believing that snake oil SOB MS.....
All-time low on the horizon....then a RS....to wipe everybody out totally....that's who MS is....you cannot run from his record.....
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PutzMueler PutzMueler 8 hours ago
I don’t want premarket news I want a halt after the open if it goes to tomorrow. NO GAP
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monocle monocle 9 hours ago
I guess D-Day is actually tomorrow morning pre-market, but it is looking like they are going to come up empty. I did not expect them to meet the minimum requirements for five straight days, but I did expect some sort of news.

And they all got raises and bonuses.
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NorCalTommy NorCalTommy 9 hours ago
Omni slow pro- Nice try but comparing Niocorp's CE's & REE's to Solyndra is an apples to oranges comparison at best, and an ignorant attempt at a bash at worst......
NB will be producing elements for many applications and across many industry sectors i.e., defense, automotive, infrastructure, etc......., it is not a single application end-use, unlike Solyndra, which was a house of cards and gubment funded/collusion slush project from minute 1...... thank the climate hysteria crowd for that..... hopefully the gub'mint has learened lots of lessons since that corrupt debacle...

NCT
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douginil douginil 9 hours ago
Nice article The_Gman, thanks
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PutzMueler PutzMueler 10 hours ago
I thought I recognized you. Solyndra gave it away eom
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OmniPro OmniPro 11 hours ago
Landmark: remember Solyndra? Many similarities with NB....
First federal loan guarantee under Obama program....approx. $570m 'loan' allocated in 2010.....for 'proprietary' solar panel
'Polysilicon' was the golden-egg to deliver those best-in-class solar panels....
What happened? The loan was allocated. China engaged in price-fixing and within a year, Solyndra filed for Ch 11 BK hahahaha
The same thing will likely happen with NB. Do you REALLY think EXIM trusts MS and his gang of thieves with $800m? If so, you're out of your mind....
Like NB, Solyndra was a start-up company with little private investment.....no one would touch it
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