Report 10

Report 10: Another Ride

This Week:
Last Friday’s close $1.53
This Friday’s close $1.65


Institutional Info
-Investors: 74
-Shares: 46,073,450

Short Interest
-Shares: 22,977,600
-Days To Cover 6.9
– Prior 23,920,200
Change -4 %

Welcome to the Tenth NAK Report

Hope everyone enjoyed their weekend and rested up for battle this week. Obviously those who said sell now because there will be no news till the 3rd quarter or mocked investors/traders for taking positions in the $1.50s must not have realized research firms and third party articles can be news. Traders could have taken plenty of profit when we reached the $1.90 range at the beginning of the week.
Who really knows how it will turn out week to week other than those at the top that are ready to click that mouse at any time and release another hit piece weather for the good or bad. At this point I feel we’re just part of their game until we reach the next step.Was that just another hill in this rollercoaster ride that will eventually level out so players can now take their next profit when they cash in their $2 puts?  I guess time will tell… I think the real momentum  will happen at the start of the 3rd quarter when people start anticipating the announcement…
Good Luck
NAK Long

From a great member…..
Before you take any bashers opinion seriously on these boards read their previous post history and see how lost they are. Some of these basher said Facebook was worthless. Some posted on Jan 2016 when nak was 1.68 that it would be .68 the next week and nap climbed to 3$ plus. The basher have no idea and are short the stock. Smart money is invested here. Institional ownership is up 15 percent. NAK management have kept their promises to date. These basher will tell you the cantor report is a paid fluf piece but the kerisdale report is bible. Come on, do a little home work. Learn how mining companies are valued. Shorts have dug themselves a hole here. Institional are still accumulation. I have a friend in the mining sector who said More institional are having angico eagle mines confirm info on NAK so they can invest. Management have stuck by this project for years, they said before the veto was lifted that it would be lifted and a partnership is in the works. When that announcement comes see how many bashers will be posting that day. Remember their names so you can block and forget them.glta. If your short it’s not to late to cover and join the winning team. The upside here will cover your losses. Forgive my typos this was phone typed.

Previous close $1.75
Open-   $1.56
High      $1.80
Low-      $1.56
Close-    $1.79
Volume    7,865,500

Open-   $1.81
High      $1.97
Low-      $1.66
Close-    $1.68
Volume    10,719,861

Open-    $1.64
High-     $1.78
Low-      $1.64
Close-   $1.68
Volume- 4,304,169

Open-   $1.69
High-    $1.77
Low-     $1.67
Close-   $1.73
Volume-  3,268,895

Open-   $1.73
High-    $1.74
Low-     $1.62
Close-   $1.65
Volume- 3,712,625



From the NAK News Network and friends

The department is the lead agency for all matters relating to the exploration, development, and management of mining, and, in its capacity as lead agency, shall coordinate all regulatory matters concerning mineral resource exploration, development, mining, and associated activities. Before a state agency takes action that may directly or indirectly affect the exploration, development, or management of mineral resources, the agency shall consult with and draw upon the mining expertise of the department.

President Trump May Limit the Length of Environmental Reviews

June 8, 2017
OAN Newsroom

The administration is considering enforcing environmental review length limits as part of its effort to streamline the project approval process.

The plan would roll back regulations that slow down projects, and streamline construction approval and the permit process.

The goal would bring the timeline from as long as 10 years down to two.

On Wednesday, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao said the administration’s infrastructure task force has already identified dozens of proposals to reduce time delays and cost.

‘Homework assignment’ — how Pebble lobbied Trump’s EPA

Kevin Bogardus and Dylan Brown, E&E News reporters
Greenwire: Thursday, June 8, 2017

Developers of a controversial Alaskan mine set out early to lobby President Trump’s U.S. EPA to reverse restrictions the Obama administration had proposed putting on the project.

Peter Robertson, a top lobbyist for Pebble LP — the developer of the Pebble mine in Bristol Bay, Alaska — emailed and met with a senior EPA official to discuss the project, according to records released in response to a Freedom of Information Act request by the Natural Resources Defense Council. The documents illuminate that the latest push in Pebble’s decadelong lobbying campaign bore fruit, as the company and EPA reached a deal last month to allow the project to enter permitting……

Ending Obama EPA’s ban on Alaska’s Pebble Mine is right for American energy

The Environmental Protection Agency is again drawing the ire of environmentalists, this time by lifting an Obama-era ban on development of Alaska’s Pebble Mine. It’s part of a dramatic pivot driven by the Trump administration, with rule changes, proposals and executive orders all intended to realign U.S. public lands policy with the White House’s development-minded approach.
If the changes are implemented successfully, the administration has the opportunity to create much-needed jobs in the western half of the country. And if the Pebble Mine is any example, it could finally unchain the United States from what has been a dangerous dependency on critical mineral imports…..

Stossel: First it was NIMBY, now it’s BANANA
Jun 9, 2017
A few weeks ago, the New York Times ran a big photo of a bay in Alaska with the headline, “In Reversal, E.P.A. Eases Path for a Mine Near Alaska’s Bristol Bay.”
While this was just another of their stories about how Donald Trump will poison America, it caught my eye because of the big photo and because I once reported on that mine.
Attempted mine, I should say. No holes have been dug……

3 Surging Penny Stocks You’ll Want Nothing to Do With

If you’re a long-term investor, you’ve been handsomely rewarded over the past eight years by hanging onto your high-quality stocks as the bull market roared higher. Though the likes of Johnson & Johnson, Apple, and Facebook aren’t going to skyrocket by 2,000% in a year, they provide strong, sustainable business models that are time-tested and allow long-term investors to sleep well at night.

Empyrean Capital Partners LP Holding in Northern Dynasty Minerals Lt (NAK) Has Upped as Market Valuation Declined, Williams Cos Del (WMB) Stock Rose While Aravt Global Lowered Position by $41.04 Million

June 10, 2017 – By Clifton Ray

Aravt Global Llc decreased its stake in Williams Cos Inc Del (WMB) by 47.12% based on its latest 2016Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC. Aravt Global Llc sold 1.32 million shares as the company’s stock rose 7.09% with the market. The institutional investor held 1.49M shares of the public utilities company at the end of 2016Q4, valued at $46.27M, down from 2.81M at the end of the previous reported quarter. Aravt Global Llc who had been investing in Williams Cos Inc Del for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $24.84B market cap company. The stock increased 1.57% or $0.45 on June 9, reaching $29.39. About 4.77 million shares traded. Williams Companies Inc (NYSE:WMB) has risen 40.20% since June 10, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 23.50% the S&P500……

Thank You D, Mike S, John W and more. for passing on info
Shareholder Views

A great member asked me to pass this compiled a list of MF articles he has created over time. He points out the pattern clearly shows the bitterness of this group of MF writers
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Thank you for reading and good luck
NAK Long

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