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    New video up:
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    JT that article was from March 2017 so much has changed since then.

    Barry FitzGerald: why it’s time to revisit these High Purity Alumina stocks
    https://stockhead.com.au/columnists/...lumina-stocks/

    HPA pricing used by ATC financial modeling US$27/kg vs current trade price of US$40/kg which could earn ATC's proposed 4500tpa plant US$133m/year. Reminder ATC's MC is a mere A$83m at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silu View Post
    JT that article was from March 2017 so much has changed since then.

    Barry FitzGerald: why it’s time to revisit these High Purity Alumina stocks
    https://stockhead.com.au/columnists/...lumina-stocks/

    HPA pricing used by ATC financial modeling US$27/kg vs current trade price of US$40/kg which could earn ATC's proposed 4500tpa plant US$133m/year. Reminder ATC's MC is a mere A$83m at the moment.
    Yes great buying ... like so many resource sector companies of late ....just need my biggest holding IRC / NKP to crack on and I'll get me 100k AUD worth of ATC
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBmurc View Post
    Yes great buying ... like so many resource sector companies of late ....just need my biggest holding IRC / NKP to crack on and I'll get me 100k AUD worth of ATC
    At the beginning of the year I sat down and wanted to buy some shares that I believe will be my retirement fund with a 10-20 year horizon. ATC is definitely one of them - the first plant is only the start in my view. I can see it happen that over the next 2-3 years other additional plant sites will be identified.

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    Scary,

    limited funds. limited approval, works have started.


    Hopefully just some small kinks an iron will easily fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carpenterjoe View Post
    Scary,

    limited funds. limited approval, works have started.


    Hopefully just some small kinks an iron will easily fix.
    Care to expand?

    Not sure I know about any organisation with access to unlimited funds ... and what exactly is limited about their approvals?

    But sure - there is risk ... as in any other business venture.

    The industry might find a cheaper replacement for HPA ...
    The process might (despite lots of due diligence) not work as well as envisaged on a grand scale
    The sky might fall in and nobody needs LED's, smartphone screens or high capacity batteries anymore

    But than - there are unlimited opportunities as well : a huge increase of the market for HPA separators in vehicle batteries due to a rapidly increasing electric vehicle mrket, new application for high capacity batteries like e.g. a power bank for electric networks; new generation of smartphones needing more unscratchable glass screens, new applications for saphisglass, LED lighting still only in the beginnings of its reign, ...;

    Anything in particular you would want to highlight?
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    patent for ATC's HPA production process granted:

    https://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/201810...1pdhd0qh43.pdf

    It took them 4 years, but well worthwhile. This will make life for copycats a bit more difficult and expensive ...

    Well done, Iggy & team!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackPeter View Post
    Care to expand?

    Not sure I know about any organisation with access to unlimited funds ... and what exactly is limited about their approvals?

    But sure - there is risk ... as in any other business venture.

    The industry might find a cheaper replacement for HPA ...
    The process might (despite lots of due diligence) not work as well as envisaged on a grand scale
    The sky might fall in and nobody needs LED's, smartphone screens or high capacity batteries anymore

    But than - there are unlimited opportunities as well : a huge increase of the market for HPA separators in vehicle batteries due to a rapidly increasing electric vehicle mrket, new application for high capacity batteries like e.g. a power bank for electric networks; new generation of smartphones needing more unscratchable glass screens, new applications for saphisglass, LED lighting still only in the beginnings of its reign, ...;

    Anything in particular you would want to highlight?
    Pretty sure they haven't gained building consent from local authorities.

    Stage targets and amounts seem to be changing.

    I feel i have been feed information after the fact, regarding exact finance timeline.

    I dont hate this investment prospect, but i will be careful digesting future information/timelines the company is going to release.

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