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Atacama Resources International Inc (PK)

Atacama Resources International Inc (PK) (ACRL)

0.0065
-0.0003
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Updated: 13:51:10

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Current Price
0.0065
Bid
0.0056
Ask
0.0065
Volume
1,188,000
0.0055 Day's Range 0.0068
0.0005 52 Week Range 0.0092
Market Cap
Previous Close
0.0068
Open
0.0068
Last Trade
10000
@
0.0065
Last Trade Time
13:45:23
Financial Volume
$ 6,870
VWAP
0.005783
Average Volume (3m)
471,874
Shares Outstanding
992,752,435
Dividend Yield
-
PE Ratio
-16.67
Earnings Per Share (EPS)
-0
Revenue
-
Net Profit
-618k

About Atacama Resources International Inc (PK)

Sector
Management Consulting Svcs
Industry
Management Consulting Svcs
Headquarters
Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA
Founded
1970
Atacama Resources International Inc (PK) is listed in the Management Consulting Svcs sector of the OTCMarkets with ticker ACRL. The last closing price for Atacama Resources (PK) was $0.01. Over the last year, Atacama Resources (PK) shares have traded in a share price range of $ 0.0005 to $ 0.0092.

Atacama Resources (PK) currently has 992,752,435 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of Atacama Resources (PK) is $9.93 million. Atacama Resources (PK) has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -16.67.

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120.00011.56250.00640.00790.00524718740.00691997CS
260.00361124.913494810.002890.00920.00254657610.00616308CS
520.000712.06896551720.00580.00920.00054588700.00487487CS
156-0.0123-65.42553191490.01880.0380.00055671070.01330551CS
2600.0044209.5238095240.00210.050.000516920330.01412562CS

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ACRL Discussion

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reko01 reko01 5 days ago
Whatever floats your boat.
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gitreal gitreal 5 days ago
If it weren't 100 million degrees outside, I'd be out looking at some real gold mines, not sitting in the AC trying to cool my brain. Oh wait, I forgot that I live in Flagstaff....it's only low 80's, maybe I should venture outside.
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reko01 reko01 5 days ago
Wow, no one has anything better to do today, but hang out here. Hard core invested.
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JALchicago JALchicago 5 days ago
Nope
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Jack_Herer Jack_Herer 5 days ago
Don't get your panties in a twist, Janet.

So, you didn't answer my question: are you not the least bit worried that the Atascammers claimed to have started some drilling 4 months ago, touted 3-day assay turn-around time at some 'special' lab, but have not released a single technical PR with assays signed off by a QP?? Looks pretty dodgy to me...

Assays? We don't need no stinkin' assays...
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Phillipssamsung Phillipssamsung 5 days ago
Your guess on that point would be as good as mine. Goodnight. Long day of raucous footie fan behaviour.
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JALchicago JALchicago 5 days ago
Phillip is on here begging ….β€œJack, DM me and Gitreal”….ha ha.
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gitreal gitreal 5 days ago
I always assume that company management for these penny scams post on social media like Ihub, pretending to be just another "long". Is that true here as well?
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Phillipssamsung Phillipssamsung 5 days ago
They are preoccupied by anyone who knows more than they do, who is not a liar, who has irrefutable facts and can distinguish between a scam and a legitimate investment. They will attack the messenger because their facts cannot be refuted-its typical scam tactics. Talk about anything except the company in the hopes a silent investor reading these messages will be persuaded that it is better to lie and try to make money than to invest in something that is real and requires a bit of effort. I have stopped paying attention to the likes of Jal and egghead and babblingbabblehead I don't need to read their bs on a daily basis.
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gitreal gitreal 5 days ago
You seem a little preoccupied by Jack.....are you jealous of the fact he knows more about geology, exploration, and mining (especially in the area of ACRL's supposed claims) than you and all the pumper clowns could ever possibly know, collectively? Pretty ironic that a geologist with no financial interest in ACRL has done so much to shed light on all the shady ACRL shenanigans.

Maybe next time you invest in a shitty OTC "mining" company, make sure they promote mining properties not so close to home.....the best mining scams hype mining operations or claims that nobody could possibly visit, or research.....like in areas of cartel-controlled Mexico, or in Peru, or Indonesia, or Zimbabwe. Those kinds of scams do so well because nosy investors and critics will never visit, information is very hard to come by, and the scammers can be assured their lies will go mostly unchallenged.

Got assays yet?
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JALchicago JALchicago 5 days ago
Wow, you sound pretty upset that Jacks been BS you about ACRL the whole time…..it’s OK little buddy, nobody goes through life without being let down by their chat room friends. Hopefully your more careful about the friends you pick in the future.
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Phillipssamsung Phillipssamsung 5 days ago
Wow quite the pummeling on the share price. That link was interesting and clearly illustrates how far they went to in their attempts to misle investors. I would have loved Tobe a fly on the wall in someones office when they tried to explain away some of the serious fabrications which is basically the entire summary. I am betting the stock promoters wont even mention that link-it is indefensible. They probably tried to sell the story. If it wasn't for the Euro championship I would go back through the old posts to see who thenhyped it and who still around six years later lying through their teeth. Egghead for sure. His shell cracked and he is in the Atacama Sanitorium for Mental Midgets.
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JALchicago JALchicago 5 days ago
Jack you see what you did? You lied and even though I told Phillip not to hold his breath on news from you about the conference he did and that personality died and now we got this one again! This personality that he uses writes even longer messages that nobody reads!!!!
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Decemberschild Decemberschild 6 days ago
LOL I gotta tell you after checking in here after being away I just have to laugh at the old players all still trying to pump up this pos. For the nostaligic among you, for a nice list of the bullshit Glen and company have put out in attempts to force-feed naive investors, this is the best one. A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away I sent this into the regulator in Canada and discussed it on the phone with a staff member who found it all to be very interesting. I remember we stopped at around six or seven breaches of Canadian securities law. It was easy, I just asked for each point if that was allowed to be said. I guess this document along with several other stupid things they have done under various management since this document was put out there is the big reason that CTO is still hanging over investors heads. Just look at the bullshit it contains. I skiimed through a lot of the last posts checking for names and see the golden egg is still around though he seems quiet of late. I had to laugh when I saw the skiluc make a return but only one post? Guess he wants more money to push this shit out there. Next thing you know old weezer will be back gasping his lies. So if I read some of this later postings they have actually or supposedly drilled? I wonder if they took any salt shakers with them? I just read there is renewed interest in Bre-X again and that maybe the guy who fell out of the helicopter is now living in the Cayman Islands. Maybe he is giving advice to wannabe's.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cdtRFtx1fSmjvmatx9DzkfCLXC3_kMjd/view

The link probably will be killed soon but that's okay the regulators have it all anyway.

Oh, reko-retread, don't get excited, its all bs but I know how much you like licking your finger and seeing which way the wind blows before offering up an opinion. Its a good thing you are a Canucklehead otherwise you would have been buying this crap all the way down so you should buy the regulators a big Christmas present and thank them for saving your butt. Maybe you are part of the management team since you live in BC. Hey are you Glen?
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reko01 reko01 6 days ago
All I can say is if you can't wait another 5 to 10 years, take your earnings now if you're up. And if your bags are full, sit back and enjoy the clown show.
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Jack_Herer Jack_Herer 6 days ago
Yep, although we don’t know definitively how much, if any, they’ve drilled, nor where. The lack of an official, technical, QP-signed PR and assays is concerning.

From a greenfields discovery to production is usually a minimum of 10 years, sometimes considerably longer. And they have yet to make that initial discovery.
But you know that….
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reko01 reko01 6 days ago
They just started this drilling game. They need money. It's tough to get right now. It will bebyears before they will announce a reserve full of whatever they are digging for. People seem to think this happens overnight. Lmao. To all the millionaires that acrl is gonna make, nothing gets thrown in your lap. Ya might want to take some earnings now if you're up. I would that's forsure.
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Jack_Herer Jack_Herer 6 days ago
Not specifically preaching to you Reko, you appear to understand the fundamentals of this business.
This is directed more at the likes of Jacinda, Rotten Eggs, Touchy-Feely, Baboon, Skillet et al who favour crayon drawn rivers-of-gold maps over true geological understanding.

To be clear, I am not stating the possibility of a gold discovery at THE TANNAHILL!!! or Atascama 3 near KL is ZERO. But given their LOCATION and geological setting, a "significant' (potentially economically exploitable) discovery is a looooooong shot, and if there is a discovery it's likely to be small to tiny. These properties are absolutely not in "elephant country" geology...

Just the geo-facts, Jacinda. No BS.

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reko01 reko01 6 days ago
You don't need to preach to me. I may be a greenhorn, but I'm learning.
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Jack_Herer Jack_Herer 6 days ago
Absolutely true. Location, location. location!

THE TANNAHILL!!! is no where near KL, being ~ 33 km to the NE. Not even in the same greenstone belt.
In this neck of the woods, for significant gold deposits you want to be on or just north of either the Cadillac-Larder Lake fault zone (which runs along the southern edge of the KL gold camp, or the Porcupine-Destor fault zone which runs just south of the Timmins camp and along the Golden Highway east of Matheson.

THE TANNAHILL!!! sits in no man's land between these two major crustal breaks and in older, very different geology from the greenstone belts that host the Timmins and KL camps. There is simply no significant gold prospects in this area between the two faults, and quite unlikely a significant (> 0.5 Moz) deposit will be discovered in this geology. IMHO.

Y'all should ask, how did Atascama so easily/cheaply acquire THE TANNAHILL!!!? Because nobody (with any geological smarts) wants it.

Just the geo-facts, Juanita. No BS.

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reko01 reko01 7 days ago
It’s all about location. Kirkland Lake is the centre of the golden mile, and we believe we’re in the right spot to find all the right things to provide companies. Think of us like a store. We find all the necessities to find companies to grow, and we explore for them,” he said, adding they are currently expanding, drilling deeper to find the finer gold.


A store? Heheheheheh oh man.
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Jack_Herer Jack_Herer 7 days ago
Wasn't really a lie Bozo, I didn't specifically say I was there, I just alluded to it. Just yanking your collective chains. No sense of humour?

When it comes to geo/technical matters, just the facts from me Ma'am. It would violate the code of conduct of my professional association to lie about geological matters on a public forum. So rest assured, no lies on geology, but there is some latitude for interpretation based on my professional experiences that could differ from other geo's interpretation. As they say, put three geos on an outcrop and you'll probably get four different opinions/interpretations of the geological history of that outcrop...

So, Juanita, no worries they've not been very forthcoming with assays from drilling conducted 3.5 months ago? Assuming they took a few samples from their drilling (they claimed 2,000 samples), assays should have been back ages ago, especially with the much heralded 3-day turnaround time. It's very curious, no?

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gitreal gitreal 7 days ago
Question....if ACRL has claimed to drill 17 exploration holes, and it turns out they only drilled a couple holes.....or none...what should happen?

Should the CTO ever be lifted if this drilling proves to be a lie??
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gitreal gitreal 7 days ago
No, just you.....someone who seems think it is important whether an anonymous chatboard poster went to a trade show or not.

I didn't know if Jack had gone or not. I guess he pranked us all. For me, makes no difference - I don't own any of this garbage, never have, never will.

Where's those assays?
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JALchicago JALchicago 7 days ago
Phillip, Gitreal is also calling you stupid for not realizing that Jack was full of it.

What else is he lying about. My guess is a bunch!!
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gitreal gitreal 1 week ago
Most folks understand satire but apparently you can't. Whether a chat board poster actually visited a trade show or not.....you're going to base investment decisions on that?

I bet you still believe that they drilled 17 drill holes in the Tannahill, and that they will do the Todora drilling next.
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JALchicago JALchicago 1 week ago
Why would you lie about going to the conference in the first place?

Hope you are still Not holding your breath Phillip. I told you not to. You dead if you are. 😂😂 I am sure you are going to be heartbroken that some guy with a marijuana username on a public forum lied to you.
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Jack_Herer Jack_Herer 1 week ago
Haven't been back to Timmins in 20 years. If you've ever had the 'pleasure' of visiting Timmins, you would appreciate my reluctance to return. So full disclosure - I wasn't at the Timmins Mining Expo, have never met the Atascama clowns, and I have no idea if they drilled or not.

I'm guessing they did some drilling - they obtained a drill permit, posted some pics of a drill rig in the snow and a pic of some (boring) drill core at the Timmins Mining Expo, although it could all be a ruse. I'm skeptical they drilled 17 holes though given the likely cost ($300-500K?). Maybe just one or two holes?
And with the lack of PR's dripping with awesome assays (which should be back by now with their touted mystery lab 3-day turnaround), I gotta conclude the assays weren't terribly newsworthy.

Wonder how long the Bozos will wait for HOT assays before accepting there might not be any coming?
Sure gone quiet. Maybe someone should call the cops for a welfare check?

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Phillipssamsung Phillipssamsung 1 week ago
The scamericious crew have been silent. Did eggheads shellfinally crack or did his sulphuric odor land him in posters purgatory? Jack what did they have to say if you did indeed speak to them?
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Phillipssamsung Phillipssamsung 1 week ago
So they were not drilled? What mini-cores were on display at their table or were those eclairs?
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Jack_Herer Jack_Herer 1 week ago
Assays? Nope? Thought as much...

The Bozos here actually believed 17 holes were drilled at THE TANNAHILL!!! and the gold assays would be biggly, lol....
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gitreal gitreal 2 weeks ago
Or over in Kingman.....you'd fit right in there.
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gitreal gitreal 2 weeks ago
It seemed like your Flagstaff question came out of the blue, but then I remembered a post mentioning some list of who all the ACRL critics actually are. So I assume this "list" says I live in Flagstaff?

Maybe we should talk about Yuma. I've been to a few bars down there too. Unfortunately.
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reko01 reko01 2 weeks ago
Nope I don't. I just asked about flagstaff
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gitreal gitreal 2 weeks ago
Do you?
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reko01 reko01 2 weeks ago
So how do I know you live in flagstaff?
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gitreal gitreal 2 weeks ago
I doubt I said that. I just searched my posts for the last 10 years, only mention of Flagstaff I ever posted was a mining scam involving volcanic ash.
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reko01 reko01 2 weeks ago
Go way back in your posts, somewhere you mentioned you lived in flagstaff Arizona. I'm not a mind reader.
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gitreal gitreal 2 weeks ago
Not sure which one that is. Used to be a bar called Collins Pub in Flagg that was like that...20 yrs ago. I don't go to bars much anymore.
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reko01 reko01 2 weeks ago
Was just through there about a month ago. Had lunch at the bar that has American money stapled all over.
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Phillipssamsung Phillipssamsung 2 weeks ago
Its your fault for speaking Factualize the share price fell today. That nation of Factual harbours share price terrorists. If they don't pay their dues they should be invaded! Communists!
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gitreal gitreal 2 weeks ago
Lighten up. Coming through Flag soon? First beer's on me.
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reko01 reko01 2 weeks ago
What bunch of useless goofs. Get a life.
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gitreal gitreal 2 weeks ago
Usually ~ 1 opt, but I've seen 2 and even 3 opt used in some deposits.

That's kinda what I figured. Nothing that ACRL needs to worry about.

But until we see assays, it's a moot point.
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gitreal gitreal 2 weeks ago
Well, I'd invite him over for a beer sometime....next time he passes through Flagstaff. Hot afternoons, high altitude, he needs to be careful about sunburn and dehydration. Some good microbreweries in Flagg........
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Phillipssamsung Phillipssamsung 2 weeks ago
He is saying (in absence of THE LIST)that he knows who you be. Atacama hard-core ( not drill cores, those would be blank) are thick as a brick. You could park s lorry between their ears and not scratch the ear lobes. Nothing in the boot except reams of Atacama share certs worth not much. The expo seems to have hurt the share price. That is a testament to their ambitions
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Phillipssamsung Phillipssamsung 2 weeks ago
The pictures are interesting. Did Greg look for the Todora core? Tweets contain forward looking statements, for example…..
CTO off any day now
Trading on Nasdaq in 2020
Uplisting to TSX
Coast to coast mining
Begin drilling in September (2019)
Boots on the ground (yes sir, there were no feet in the boots)
Productive talks. No that's okay, I'll run and get the Timmies order

I wonder if they told the productive talkers they have been cease traded for six years
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Phillipssamsung Phillipssamsung 2 weeks ago
Someone, somewhere, is on their knees praying for geologic knowledge so they can accuse both of you for being uneducated, unemployable hacks living in their parents basement. When you slam them with facts all that is left them is personal attacks or sarcastic thank you’s. I'm sure the college diploma world reknown highly respected infallible geologic and mining expert is scratching his head trying to interpret your last few posts.
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Jack_Herer Jack_Herer 2 weeks ago
Resource estimations will use a top-cut to minimize the effect (weighting) of localized very high-grades. Usually ~ 1 opt, but I've seen 2 and even 3 opt used in some deposits. Depends on the statistics.

The old adage when dealing with super high-grade systems is to drill for location & mine for grade.

I visited an UG gold mine in Aus where drill holes commonly returned 1,000-3,000 g/t Au over 20-30cm. They'd map out the position and extents of the high grade vein with drilling just to plan the drifts for mining. They didn't bother doing a resource determination from the drilling (other than for a rough idea of what a stope might yield), but just calculated the grade from the tons mined and ounces that came out in the plant after the fact. They didn't bother with reconciliations (of ounces estimated from drilling vs ounces produced), standard practice in mining.

These super high-grade freaks of nature tend to be small though. Like THE TANNAHILL!!!
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gitreal gitreal 2 weeks ago
I wonder how that chunk of core made it into someone's "collection", unsplit and unassayed? Of course, an assay on something like that is almost pointless.....that section of core appears to be 20 or 30% gold (or more?), and what would an assay benefit you? Don't block models discard anomalously high grade results?
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