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Bullboard - Stock Discussion Forum Oceanic Iron Ore Corp V.FEO

Alternate Symbol(s):  FEOVF

Oceanic Iron Ore Corp is an exploration-stage company. It is engaged in the acquisition and exploration of iron ore properties in Quebec, Canada. The company focuses on the operations of the Ungava Bay iron property in Nunavik, Quebec which consists of three project areas: Hopes Advance, Morgan Lake, and Roberts Lake.

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Let’s make a deal

Swl1896 (14) | May 08, 2022 09:12 pm

Fe prices are robust now.  High grade looks Solid for mid/long term investors.  Let's get this done.

RE:Let’s make a deal

Jovica (11) | May 13, 2022 06:44 am

Huge FEO insider ownership so expect some type of a deal will get done soon especially during this hot iron ore bull market.   NSX insider ownership was above 75% and sold at 0.38 to St Babara Mine last year.    AVP insider ownership is above 80% i think and sold last week at 0.11.     NLN(Neulion) insider ownership was above 85% and sold at $1.05 years ago.           

RE:RE:Let’s make a deal

Swl1896 (14) | May 13, 2022 07:15 am

It would be a perfect time now.  We could redeploy funds in other beaten down stocks.