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http://www.goldcorpholdings.com/

Goldcorp Holdings Co.
5709 Manatee Ave
West Bradenton, FL 34209

Phone: 941-761-7819


Pink Quote/OTCBB

Primary SIC — Industry Classification
1040 - Gold and Silver Ores


State Of Incorporation : Delaware

Jurisdiction Of Incorporation : United States

Company Officers
Pierre Quilliam, Chairman, CEO, CFO
Allan Breitkreuz, Dir., EVP, Fin., EVP, Dev.


SEC Reporting Company
CIK : 0001444839

Fiscal Year End : 12/31

Estimated Market Cap
$564,102 as of Dec 31, 2009

Outstanding Shares
181,968,263 as of Jul 31, 2009

Authorized Shares
1,000,000,000 as of Jun 30, 2009

Overview

We were originally formed as Montrose Ventures, Inc. in the State of Delaware on May 25, 1989. On April 23, 1996, our name was changed to Java Group, Inc., which tried and failed to start a chain of coffee bars. On September 1, 2004 our name was change to Consolidated General Corp., which tried to buy tier 2 and 3 professional sports teams, including the Vancouver Ravens lacrosse team and the San Diego Sockers soccer team. On August 7, 2007, our Certificate of Incorporation was amended and restated, pursuant to which our name was changed to Goldcorp Holdings Co.

On September 14, 2007, we acquired an interest in 174.82 acres of land on War Eagle Mountain in Idaho from two of our major shareholders for a total of 90,000,000 shares of our common stock.  We acquired a 100% interest in 103 acres, and a 29.166% interest in 71.82 acres. We have also acquired 70 lease claims on War Eagle Mountain from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, each of which covers approximately 20 acres, or approximately 1,400 acres in total.

On October 11, 2007, we entered into a lease of our mineral rights to Silver Falcon, which is responsible for all mining activities on War Eagle Mountain.  We are entitled to annual lease payments of $1,000,000, payable on a monthly basis, a monthly nonaccountable expense reimbursement of $10,000 during any month in which ore is mined from the leased premises, and a royalty of 15% of all amounts paid to Silver Falcon from the processing of ore mined from our properties.  The lease provides that lease payments must commence April 1, 2008, but that Silver Falcon may extend the commencement date to July 1, 2009, in which event the lease term will be extended by an equal amount of time.  Silver Falcon currently expects to begin actual operations in December 2008, and to begin lease payments at that time.

Link to Silver Falcon's WebCam at the mining site --- http://www.silverfalconmining.com/VideoStill/Diamond_Creek.html

Description of Mining Properties

The War Eagle-Florida-Delamar Mountain trend is an east to west continuum with very tight high grade silver and gold mineralization to the east and increasing volume and decreasing grade to the west. The three peaks all show the same veins.  Kinross Gold Corporation purchased Florida and Delamar Mountains, and Delamar Mountain, the western most of the three, had been successfully open pit mined from 1977 to the late 1990s.

The principal Oro Fino Vein can be described by thinking of War Eagle Mountain as a loaf of bread that has been tilted sidewise 8 degrees. Now consider that one slice of bread represents the Oro Fino Vein which is 2000 feet deep and up to 10,000 feet long.

Ore mineralogy found within the veins on War Eagle Mountain is identical to the regimes found on the other two mountains. The only key difference is the rock or precursor host rock. The granodiorite core on War Eagle (Granite) contains the veins whereas extrusive volcanics predominately host the mineralization on the other two mountains.  This means that the shafts on War Eagle Mountain are more stable, with minimal need to shore the walls with timber, as the Oro Fino Veins are compressed between very stable granite rock formations, which means the shafts left by the prior miners are still in mining-ready condition.  Evidence of this fact can be found within the Sinker Tunnel Complex. Throughout its 8,000 to 10,000 feet in length, almost no timber is used for shoring/bracing the walls or ceilings.  Based upon records from the 1800s, and records of the current open pit mining operations on Florida and Delamar, mineral ore from War Eagle Mountain was obtained in greater amounts from far less material removed.

The Oro Fino Vein system is known to extend at least some 12,000 feet in a NS direction and has been observed to vary greatly in thickness (from 0.5 ft to 25 ft) and mill grades of 0.5 to 1.25 Troy ounces of gold per ton on average. As is typical for this kind of precious metal bearing quartz vein system, several large "pockets" of very rich ore concentration occur scattered throughout. These are called "Hot Spot" locations where mill grades of up to 25 Troy ounces per ton are encountered, with some areas showing grades as high as 90 to 300 oz gold/ton.

The depth of the Oro Fino vein system is known to be in the 2,000 ft area, with only about the first 500 to 1100 feet of depth actually mined on approximately 15% of the total known length. Estimates of potential reserves start from 500,000 ounces of gold, although this is based purely on historical records. Recent surveys and drilling activities have tended to confirm these historical records. There is a rough 1:14 ratio of Gold to Silver.

The Cumberland mine, also part of the War Eagle Mountain structure, sits on top of a clearly separate vein system. This vein is 100 to 200 feet east of the Oro Fino Vein. The Cumberland Vein is oriented N-S, dips 60 degrees to the east, and is one to twelve inches thick. Very rich ore, some as high as 9 ounces of gold to 40 ounces of silver exists within this vein. 

The Poorman mine, also on the War Eagle Mountain, sits on top of an identical vein to the Oro Fino Vein, but about 1,000 feet to the west of the Golden Chariot shaft.  This vein is mostly silver.

The Oro Fino Vein system has approximately 6 other vein systems associated with it, while some 40 additional main vein systems are known to exist on the War Eagle Mountain.

The core of War Eagle Mountain is a large dome-like structure made up of intrusive granodiorites or quartz-monzonites, probably several thousand feet thick.  The rocks are similar to those of the Cretaceous Idaho batholith which occupies a large portion of central Idaho. The belief is that the War Eagle Mountain is an outlier of the batholith, separated by extentional tectonics and displaced southwest toward to its present position.  The Oro Fino Vein system is found within this lithologic unit.  

The gold and silver bearing veins of War Eagle Mountain, including the Oro Fino Vein, are steeply dipping to subvertical in attitude and are generally oriented in a NS to NW-SE direction. The vein structures cut the youngest widespread lithologic unit, dated by potassium-argon at 15.6 - 15.7 million years. Potassium- argon dates on the vein material in the Florida mine and War Eagle Mountain area indicate an age range between 14.8 - 15.2 million years. Their origin is probably related to a Middle Miocene eruptive episode, representing the last and waning stages of activity. The textures, mineralogy and geometry of the veins all indicate that they are "epithermal" deposits. This means that, according to the current interpretations, the minerals were deposited by hydrothermal fluids at relatively shallow depths and low to moderate pressures.  Temperatures were originally thought to be around 50-200 degrees Celcius, but it has been realized since that many of the "epithermal" deposits were formed at temperatures well above 200 degrees C. The effect of the so-called "hyper-enrichment" is to produce multiple pockets of bonanza ore, or highly-enriched spots.

 

 

Poorman Load Claim
“The Poorman Lode Claim” (Patent dated October 2, 1880) situated in Section 8, Township 5 South, Range 3 West, Boise Meridian, in Owyhee County, Idaho , designated by the Surveyor General as Lot No. 37, recorded in Book 5 of Patents, at page 13, in the Office of the Owyhee County Recorder, to wit;

An undivided Twenty-Nine Decimal Point One Hundred Sixty-Six percent (29.166%) ownership interest as tenants in common in real property located in Owyhee County, ID, more particularly described as follows: With magnetic variation at 18 degrees 45 minutes East, beginning at Corner No. 1, a granite stone 24 x 10 x 9 inches in size, marked “37" from which a stone in mound of stones, marked with 5 notches on the South side and 4 notches on the East side at the corner common to Sections 4, 5, 8 and 9 in Township 5 South of Range 3 West, Boise Meridian bears North 68 degrees 33 minutes East at the distance of 405 feet;

Thence, from said Corner No. 1, South 5 degrees West, 858 feet to a point, from which a shaft bears West at the distance of 10 feet, 1,500 feet to Corner No. 2, a granite stone 24 x 9 x 7 inches in size, marked “37," from which the Empire Hoisting Works bears North 58 degrees East at the distance of 615 feet, and Idlewild House bears South 80 degrees East at the distance of 1,000 feet;

Thence from said Corner No. 2, South 85 degrees West, 100 feet to Corner No. 3, a granite stone 20 x 9 x 7 inches in size marked “37;" Thence North 5 degrees East, 1,170 feet to a point, from which a shaft bears East at the distance of 19 feet, 1500 feet to Corner No. 4, a granite stone 34 x 8 x 6 inches in size marked “37;" Thence, South 85 degrees East, 100 feet to the place of beginning, containing 3.44 acres of land, more or less, and embracing 1,500 line feet of said Poorman Lode.
 

The London Lode Claim
“The London Lode Claim (Patent dated March 12, 1889) situated in Section 8, Township 5 South, Range 3 West, Boise Meridian, in Owyhee County, Idaho, designated as Lot 44 in Mineral Survey No. 714, Instrument No. 219161, Records of Owyhee County, Idaho, to wit:

An undivided Twenty-Nine Decimal Point One Hundred Sixty-Six percent (29.166%) ownership interest as tenants in common in real property located in Owyhee County, ID, more particularly described as follows:

With magnetic variation 18 degrees and 45 minutes East beginning at corner No. 1, a fir post 7 inches in diameter marked “Sur. 714, Cor. 1" in mound of stones from which the quarter corner between sections 4 and 5 in Township 5 South of Range 3 West, Boise Meridian, bears North 54 degrees and 49 minutes East 1,043 feet distant; a “†” on granite rock in place 3 x 3 x 3 feet, marked “Sur. 714 Cor. 1 B.O.” bearing North 49 degrees and 45 minutes West 52.5 feet distant and a “†” on granite rock in place 3 x 4 x 4 feet, marked “Sur. 714 Cor. 1 B.O.” bears North 75 degrees and 30 minutes East 60 feet distant;

Thence, first course, South 5 degrees East 1,272 feet to corner No. 2;

Thence, second course, South 85 degrees West 300 feet to discovery, 600 feet to corner No. 3; Thence, third course, North 5 degrees West 1,272 feet to corner No. 4; Thence, fourth course, North 85 degrees East 600 feet to corner No. 1, the place of beginning; said Lot No. 44 extending 1,272 feet in length along said London vein or lode, and containing 17.52 acres of land, more or less.

Thence from said Corner No. 2, South 85 degrees West, 100 feet to Corner No. 3, a granite stone 20 x 9 x 7 inches in size marked “37;" Thence North 5 degrees East, 1,170 feet to a point, from which a shaft bears East at the distance of 19 feet, 1500 feet to Corner No. 4, a granite stone 34 x 8 x 6 inches in size marked “37;" Thence, South 85 degrees East, 100 feet to the place of beginning, containing 3.44 acres of land, more or less, and embracing 1,500 line feet of said Poorman Lode.
 

The North Empire Lode Claim
“The North Empire Lode Claim (Patent dated March 12, 1889) situated in Section 8, Township 5 South, Range 3 West, Boise Meridian, in Owyhee County, Idaho, designated as Lot No. 42 in Mineral Survey No. 695, Instrument No. 219158, Records of Owyhee County, Idaho, to wit:

An undivided Twenty-Nine Decimal Point One Hundred Sixty-Six percent (29.166%) ownership interest as tenants in common in real property located in Owyhee County, ID, more particularly described as follows:

With magnetic variation 18 degrees and 45 minutes East beginning at corner No. 1, a fir post 4 inches square, marked “1/695" in mound of stones, from which the corner common to sections 8, 9, 16 and 17 in Township 5 South of Range 3 West, Boise Meridian bears South 10 degrees and 4 minutes East 3,837 feet distant; a granite rock in place 4 x 6 x 4 feet above ground marked “† 1/695 B.O.” bears North 1 degree and 23 minutes East 145.4 feet distant, a granite rock in place, 3 x 5 x 3 feet above ground marked “† 1/695 B.O.” bears North 32 degrees 11 minutes East 156 feet distant, and a shaft bears North 39 degrees and 18 minutes West 177 feet distant; Thence, first course, South 66 degrees 13 minutes West 50 feet to discovery post, 100 feet to corner No. 2; Thence, second course, North 23 degrees and 47 minutes West 359 feet, intersect line 1-2 of Lot No. 37, the Poorman Lode claim, 450 feet to corner No. 3;

Thence, third course, North 66 degrees and 13 minutes East 50 feet intersect line 1 - 2 of said Lot No. 37, 100 feet to corner No. 4; Thence, fourth course, South 23 degrees and 47 minutes East 450 feet to corner No. 1, the place of beginning.

Expressly excepting and excluding from these presents all that portion of the ground herein before described embraced in said mining claim or Lot No. 37, and also all that portion of said North Empire vein or lode and of all veins, lodes and ledges throughout their entire depth, the tops or apexes of which lie inside of such excluded ground said Lot No. 42 extending 450 feet in length along said North Empire vein or lode, the granted premises in said lot containing 0.98 acres of land, more or less.
 

 

The Illinois Central Lode Claim
“The Illinois Central Lode Claim (Patent dated June 20, 1889) situated in Section 8, Township 5 South, Range 3 West, Boise Meridian, in Owyhee County, Idaho, designated as Lot 49 in Mineral Survey No. 747, Instrument No. 219159, Records of Owyhee County, Idaho, to wit:

An undivided Twenty-Nine Decimal Point One Hundred Sixty-Six percent (29.166%) ownership interest as tenants in common in real property located in Owyhee County, ID, more particularly described as follows:

With magnetic variation at 18 degrees 45 minutes East, beginning at Corner No. 1, a fir post 5 inches in diameter marked “Sur. 747, Cor. 1", in mound of stones, the same being the Northeast Corner of the South Central lode claim, unsurveyed, from which “†” on granite rock in place 10 x 10 x 10 feet, marked “Sur. 747 Cor. 1 B.O.” bears South 30 degrees and 48 minutes West 23.5 feet distant, and “†” on the West face of a granite rock in place 5 feet high marked “Sur. 747 Cor. 1 B.O.” bears South 62 degrees and 57 minutes East 1,500 feet distant;

Thence, first course, North 31 degrees and 22 minutes West 1,387 feet to corner No. 2, a fir post 6 inches in diameter marked “Sur. 747, Cor. 2" in mound of stones, situated on line 1 - 2 of Survey No. 715, the Oso Lode claim, from which corner No. 1 of Lot No. 37, the Poorman Lode claim, bears North 21 degrees and 30 minutes West 100.3 feet distant; corner No. 4 of survey No. 695, the North Empire lode claim bears South 14 degrees and 18 minutes West 276.9 feet distant; corner No. 1 of Survey No. 744, the General Hancock lode claim bears South 10 degrees and 18 minutes West 484.8 feet distant; the corner common to sections 4, 5, 8 and 9 in Township 5 South, Range 3 West, Boise Meridian, bears North 47 degrees and 56 minutes East 1,106 feet distant;

Thence, second course, South 85 degrees West 45 minutes 46 feet, intersect line 1 - 2 of said Lot No. 37, fifty feet to a post at discovery, 100 feet to corner No. 3 from which the mouth of a tunnel bears South 38 degrees and 22 minutes East 255 feet distant, and the mouth of a tunnel bears South 39 degrees and 22 minutes East 104 feet distant; Thence, third course, South 31 degrees and 22 minutes East 90.55 feet intersect line 1 - 2 of said Lot No. 37, 1,387 feet to corner No. 4;

Thence, fourth course, North 85 degrees East 100 feet to corner No. 1, the place of beginning. Expressly excepting and excluding from these presents all that portion of the presents, hereinbefore described, embrace in said mining claim or Lot No. 37, and also all that portion of said Illinois Central vein or lode, and of all veins lodes and ledges throughout their entire depth the tops or apexes of which lie inside of such excluded ground; said lot No. 49 extending 1,387 feet in length along said Illinois Central vein or lode; the granted premises in said lot containing 2.08 acres of land, more or less.
 

 

The South Poorman Lode Claim
“The South Poorman Lode Claim (Patent dated June 20, 1889) situated in Section 8, Township 5 South, Range 3 West, Boise Meridian, in Owyhee County, Idaho, designated as Lot 48 in Mineral Survey No. 746, Instrument No. 219157, Records of Owyhee County, Idaho, to wit:

An undivided Twenty-Nine Decimal Point One Hundred Sixty-Six percent (29.166%) ownership interest as tenants in common in real property located in Owyhee County, ID, more particularly described as follows:

With magnetic variation 18 degrees, 45 minutes East beginning at corner No. 1, a fir post 4 inches square marked “Sur. 746, Cor 1" in mound of stones, from which the corner common to sections 8, 9, 16 and 17 in Township 5 South of Range 3 West, Boise Meridian bears South 24 degrees and 9 minutes East 1,777 feed distant, and a shaft bears North 8 degrees and 30 minutes West 458 feet distant; Thence first course, North 30 minutes West 1,500 feet to Corner No. 2;

Thence second course, North 85 degrees West 300 feet, discovery post, 355 feet intersect line 4 - 1 of Lot No. 43, the Jackson Lode claim, at North 5 degrees East 665 feet from corner No. 1, 600 feet to corner No. 3;

Thence third course, South 30 minutes East, 698.8 feet intersect line 1 - 2 of said Lot No. 43, at South 85 degrees West 194.1 feet from corner No. 1, 1,500 feet to corner No. 4;

Thence, fourth course, South 85 degrees East 600 feet to corner No. 1, the place of beginning. Expressly excepting and excluding from these presents all that portion of the ground hereinbefore described embraced in said mining claim on Lot No. 43, and also all that portion of said South Poorman vein or lode, and of all veins, lodes, and ledges, throughout their entire depth, the tops or apexes of which be inside of such excluded ground; said Lot No. 48 extending 1,500 feet in length along said South Poorman vein or lode, the premises in said lot containing 17.06 acres of land, more or less.
 

 

The Jackson Lode Claim
“The Jackson Lode Claim (Patent dated April 5, 1889) situated in Section 8, Township 5 South, Range 3 West, Boise Meridian, in Owyhee County, Idaho, designated as Lot 43 in Mineral Survey No. 698, Instrument No. 219162, Records of Owyhee County, Idaho, to wit:

An undivided Twenty-Nine Decimal Point One Hundred Sixty-Six percent (29.166%) ownership interest as tenants in common in real property located in Owyhee County, ID, more particularly bounded, platted and described as follows:

With magnetic variation 18 degrees, 45 minutes East, beginning at the discovery, thence South 5 degrees West 260 feet to a point on the South end line of the claim; thence North 85 degrees East 216 feet to corner No. 1, a fir post, 4 x 6 inches, marked “Sur. 698 Cor. 1,” with mound of stone, being also the Northeast corner of the Silver Cord lode claim, unsurveyed, from which “†” on a granite rock in place 4 x 6 feet marked “Sur. 698 Cor. 1 B.O.” bears South 56 degrees and 35 minutes West 99 feet distance; “†” on a granite rock in place 4 x 8 feet, marked “Sur. 698 Cor. 1 B.O.” bears North 5 degrees and 5 minutes East 36.5 feet distant, and the corner common to Sections 8, 9, 16 and 17 in Township 5 South of Range 3 West, Boise, Meridian bears South 24 degrees and 44 minutes East 2,741 feet distant; Thence, first course, South 85 degrees West 381 feet to corner No. 2;

Thence, second course, North 5 degrees East 1,200 feet to corner No. 3;

Thence, third course, North 85 degrees East 381 feet to corner No. 4;

Thence, fourth course, South 5 degrees West 1,200 feet to corner No.1, the place of beginning survey of exterior boundaries; said Lot No. 43 extending 1,200 feet in length along said Jackson vein or lode and containing 10.33 acres of land, more or less.
 

 

The Oso Lode Claim
“The Oso Lode Claim (Patent dated May 15, 1889) situated in Sections 5 and 8, Township 5 South, Range 3 West, Boise Meridian, in Owyhee County, Idaho, designated as Lot 45 in Mineral Survey No. 715, Instrument No. 219160, Records of Owyhee County, Idaho, to wit:

An undivided Twenty-Nine Decimal Point One Hundred Sixty-Six percent (29.166%) ownership interest as tenants in common in real property located in Owyhee County, ID, more particularly bounded, platted and described as follows:

With magnetic variation at 18 degrees 45 minutes East, beginning at Corner No. 1, a fir post 5 inches in diameter marked “Sur. 715, Cor. 1", in mound of stones, from which the corners common to sections 4, 5, 8 and 9 of Township 5 South of Range 3 West, Boise Meridian, bears North 37 degrees and 35 minutes East 905.3 feet distant; a”†“ on a granite rock in place 3 x 4 x 2 feet marked “Sur. 715 Cor. 1, B.O.” bears South 20 degrees and 30 minutes East 105.5 feet distant, and a “†” on a granite rock in place 2 x 3 x 3 feet marked “Sur. 715 Cor. 1 B.O.” bears North 40 degrees and 14 minutes East 30 feet distant; Thence, first course, South 85 degrees West 300 feet to a point from which a point at discovery bears North 5 degrees West 203 feet distant; 315.46 feet, intersect East side line of Lot No. 37, the Poorman Lode claim, from which the Northeast corner of said lot bears North 5 degrees East 97.67 feet distant; 417 feet intersect, West side line of Lot No. 37, from which the Northwest corner of said lot bears North 5 degrees East 115.3 feet distant, 600 feet to corner No. 2;

Thence, second course, North 5 degrees West 1,500 feet to Corner No. 3;

Thence, third course, North 85 degrees East 600 feet to corner No. 4;

Thence, fourth course, South 5 degrees East 1,500 feet to corner No. 1, the place of beginning. Expressly excepting and excluding from these presents all that portion of the ground, hereinbefore described, embraced in said mining claim as Lot No. 37, and also that portion of said Oso vein or lode and of all veins, lodes and ledges throughout their entire depth, the tops or apexes of which lie inside of such excluded ground; said Lot No. 45 extending 1,500 feet in length along said Oso vein or lode; the granted premises in said lot containing 20.41 acres of land, more or less.
 

 

Cape Horn No. #1
Lode Mineral Location located in Owyhee County, Idaho, more particularly described as follows:
100 % ownership interest.

“Cape Horn No. 1,” a lode mineral location situated in Section 4, Township 5 South, Range 3 West, Boise Meridian, in Owyhee County, Idaho recorded in the Records of Owyhee County, Idaho as Instrument No. 218594, and the Idaho State Office of the Bureau of Land Management as Idaho Mining Claim No. 177507, and described as commencing at the monument upon which the location notice is posted, which is the Northeast corner of the claim and monument No. 1;

thence in a South direction 1,500 feet to corner monument No. 2, the Southeast corner of the claim; thence in a West direction 600 feet to corner monument No. 3,

The Southwest corner of the claim; thence in a North direction 1,500 feet to corner monument No. 4, the Northwest corner monument of the claim; thence in an East direction 600 feet to Corner No. 1, the place of beginning. 20.60 acres of land.

The said corner monument No. 1, upon which the location notice is posted, is situated about 2,180 feet in a South 75 degrees, 4 minutes East direction from the West ¼ corner of Section 4, Township 5 South, Range 3 West, Boise Meridian, lying in the Northwest ¼ of Section 4, T5S, R3W, B.M.
 

 

Silver Falcon has contracted with Innovative Precious Metals Technologies, Ltd. to process all ore derived from War Eagle Mountain, and to purchase any minerals derived from the ore at market prices, as determined in the contract.  Under our lease agreement with Silver Falcon, we are entitled to a royalty of 15% of any amounts paid Silver Falcon by the processor.


 

Seasonality of Business

Weather conditions will affect the ability of Silver Falcon to mine ore from our property.  Generally, from November to April of each year the road leading to the property is impassable because of snow.  Silver Falcon plans to mine and deliver more ore to the smelter than it can process when the roads are passable to ensure a steady stream of revenues throughout the year.


 

We Are Required to Share Our Profits Derived From Properties In Which We Do Not Own 100% Fee Title.

We only own a 29.166% undivided interest in 71.82 acres of land on War Eagle Mountain.  Under Idaho law, we are required to pay the other joint tenant owners of the land their pro rata share of any revenues we derive from minerals extracted from their property, less operating costs we incur.  We do not have any formal agreement with the majority owners of the 71.82 acres of land on War Eagle Mountain regarding the allocation of revenues between 71.82 acres in which they have an interest and the other acreage we own or lease on War Eagle Mountain, or the determination and allocation of costs properly chargeable against revenues allocated to their interests. Accordingly, there is a possibility that we may get into disputes with the majority owners of the 71.82 acres of land on War Eagle Mountain, which could adversely affect our profitability.   

Due Diligence Resources:

Bureau of Land Management LR200 Search and Report System -- http://www.blm.gov/lr2000/index.htm
General Land Office Records -- http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/
 

 NEWS

March 11, 2010 -- Silver Falcon Mining, Inc. (SFMI) Reports on Its Meeting With GoldCorp Holdings, Co.
http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/Silver-Falcon-Mining-Inc-SFMI-Reports-on-Its-Meeting-With-GoldCorp-Holdings-Co-1130228.htm

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#2526  Sticky Note The gaming industry in Colombia is right now carmine_langone 05/03/14 09:51:17 PM
#3646   CHANGE, is enough of a hint to anyone. GOLDLAND 12/21/14 09:34:07 AM
#3645   RE: The worse it looks, the more carusso 12/21/14 12:42:48 AM
#3644   I own both BUT wouldn't touch SFMI right GOLDLAND 12/20/14 08:44:26 PM
#3643   Goldland u buying sfmi also or just ghdc silkman 12/20/14 08:42:02 PM
#3642   The worse it looks, the more I buy. :) GOLDLAND 12/20/14 06:29:54 PM
#3641   It's where it was 2 Fridays ago, and carusso 12/20/14 04:48:08 PM
#3640   Another horrible close to the day/week... Its risky Rocketstocks 12/20/14 10:51:46 AM
#3638   nope .14 carmine_langone 12/19/14 01:50:02 PM
#3636   TYPO, you mean .014 beachlifeguy 12/18/14 04:12:43 PM
#3635   From my experience chart patterns are not reliable Rocketstocks 12/18/14 08:36:24 AM
#3634   A Descending Wedge can sometimes break upward sharply. carusso 12/18/14 07:38:21 AM
#3633   Good. carusso 12/17/14 11:44:00 PM
#3631   .14 IN THE NEXT WEEK!!!!!!!! carmine_langone 12/17/14 11:24:18 PM
#3630   Visual charting and technical analysis? Is Pierre's name GOLDLAND 12/17/14 11:21:20 PM
#3629   GOLDLAND --- FYI only, i've no ability to carusso 12/17/14 11:00:19 PM
#3628   2-1 GOLDLAND 12/17/14 10:53:28 PM
#3627   and what odds on THAT? carusso 12/17/14 10:50:26 PM
#3626   There are 3 different parties that can/will run/bring GOLDLAND 12/17/14 10:30:47 PM
#3625   You don't have to convince me. This is GOLDLAND 12/17/14 10:12:35 PM
#3624   Anyone wanna place odds on 0.14 within 3 months? carusso 12/17/14 10:07:22 PM
#3623   I'm praying it takes 1 last dip under .01 GOLDLAND 12/17/14 06:45:52 PM
#3622   Again, a small amount of volume knocks it Rocketstocks 12/17/14 04:08:30 PM
#3621   Has that feel about it, doesn't it? carusso 12/17/14 01:04:42 AM
#3619   Like i said, its a house of cards... Rocketstocks 12/16/14 04:08:01 PM
#3618   LMAO... Yeah right... Promoters never hold long, cause Rocketstocks 12/16/14 01:42:58 PM
#3617   The 40 million shares will NOT hit the market...IMO GOLDLAND 12/16/14 01:33:45 PM
#3616   The O/S should be over 200 million now. Rocketstocks 12/16/14 12:10:00 PM
#3615   GHDC, did 1 for 10 R/S in Mar hondaboost 12/16/14 11:22:00 AM
#3614   Musical Shares Bushwacher 12/16/14 11:10:27 AM
#3613   were up 1000% from the bottom , my carmine_langone 12/16/14 10:09:44 AM
#3612   If we break above the close of the dtrader117 12/16/14 10:03:15 AM
#3611   blue skys ahead but ill take green skys lol carmine_langone 12/16/14 10:02:08 AM
#3610   pieer is gone and out of stock , carmine_langone 12/16/14 10:01:03 AM
#3609   ghdc looking good yet again! Nobody is in dtrader117 12/16/14 09:55:36 AM
#3608   Hope it's NOT from Pierre. Lol GOLDLAND 12/16/14 09:26:36 AM
#3607   im hearing huge volume tomorrow carmine_langone 12/15/14 11:22:17 PM
#3606   .035 tomorrow ? carmine_langone 12/15/14 11:01:37 PM
#3605   stock goes to teens in decemeber carmine_langone 12/15/14 10:16:58 PM
#3604   wow what a close ,closed at the high carmine_langone 12/15/14 07:45:22 PM
#3603   3 is my lucky #.....weeeee GOLDLAND 12/15/14 03:23:09 PM
#3602   lets hope for a 3 cent close weeee carmine_langone 12/15/14 03:09:18 PM
#3601   Brother, My life is already all-in. My life GOLDLAND 12/15/14 02:30:53 PM
#3600   Heard the same thousands of percent higher, right Rocketstocks 12/15/14 02:27:38 PM
#3599   Nothing to do with carmine...NOTHING. U will have GOLDLAND 12/15/14 02:26:51 PM
#3598   because carm says so ...silly beachlifeguy 12/15/14 02:25:23 PM
#3597   It's gonna last. Oh boy, is it ever. GOLDLAND 12/15/14 02:24:59 PM
#3596   The better question is... How LONG is it Rocketstocks 12/15/14 02:22:06 PM
#3595   Why are we going UP? Lmao GOLDLAND 12/15/14 02:08:14 PM
#3593   What happened to that death spiral, because of GOLDLAND 12/15/14 02:00:37 PM
#3592   I thought that funding news that came out GOLDLAND 12/15/14 01:57:56 PM
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