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Cypress Development Corp. (CYDVF)

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  • M
    Martin
    Latest results confirm the value. DFS will further de-risk the investment. Then likely ALB or equivalent will step in with a deal that even Bill Willoughby will like.
  • C
    Chris
    Started buying at 0.18 in late 2018 and still buying at 1.25. Great being able to keep accumulating. To me this stock is undervalued in a big way. Resource was recently increased, lithium price is multiples of what it was when all previous financial studies were issued, pilot plant has so far demonstrated that lithium can be successfully and economically extracted from clay, large deposit in a mining friendly, safe jurisdiction near to existing infrastructure, close to potential customers. I dont see a real issie re water rights - they are in a better place than everyone in the valley except Albermarle (and the logical thing of course would be for Albemarle to buy them out anyway). What is not to like?
  • D
    Don
    CYP showing good significant results. Pullback to that $1.25 zone was a good sign vs that previous $1.00-$1.05 range.. With the stock now rising above the previous H of $1.39 we could see $1.50-$1.60 range in short order.
  • A
    Andrew
    This is good news, why the silence?
  • m
    meg
    Metals experts are calling for a major shortage that will send prices flying soon. Battery metals like CYDVF will be huge winners. Also, big copper discovery by RMESF should be bonanza for Red Metal shareholders. https://richardacavalli.wixsite.com/greenplanetmicrocaps/rmes-readies-for-copper-shortage
  • D
    Don
    CYP / buy low sell into R ..rinse and repeat
  • D
    Don
    CYP right on stream. pullback to S .. back in at $1.05 watching chart for a stall or go higher ..so far so good. No additional news other than overall better MKTS .. previous R levels $1.40/.45
  • D
    Don
    CYP hitting that $1.40 R level. So now do we see the normal pullback from this R zone or a sideways consolidation move (bullish) .. Time for CYP to show some moxy. I'm still going to play the chart. Good luck all
  • J
    Jozif
    Who sees 3 bucks next year?
  • S
    Scuba
    Perfect time for some PR. Get this stock moving upwards! Seams it has found its bottom.
  • D
    Don
    Buy CYP at S range 1.00-1.05 then sell it at R $1.40 zone for now ..Ill take that 35-40% every time .. then do it over again #$%$ solidifies .. great company taking profits as they appear ..
  • M
    Martin
    Bill has no incentive to announce anything dramatic. Slow and steady is his approach. Expect improvements in the DLE aspect of his program. And a feasibility study out later this year. As long as the price of lithium remains high, and there is no reason why it should drop, then his option to convert lithium chloride to either the carbonate or hydroxide form enables him to be in an extraordinary advantageous position. Of course, these facts, known to relatively few, makes an investment in this equity an extremely long-term proposition and not for the faint of heart.
  • D
    Don
    Based on the current CYP chart looks like we are going to revisit that support range in the $1.05-1.10 zone.. In the absence of any news it could visit that $.95 to $1.00 zone. Watching for another entry zone.
  • D
    Don
    Great news today "VANCOUVER, BC, June 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ - Cypress Development Corp. (TSXV:
    CYP) (OTCQX: CYDVF) (Frankfurt: C1Z1) ("Cypress" or "the Company") is pleased
    to announce positive results from the Direct Lithium Extraction ("DLE")
    portion of its Lithium Extraction Facility ("Pilot Plant") in Amargosa Valley,
    Nevada. Assays received from samples collected during continuous operating
    cycles in March, April, and May, 2022, revealed an average lithium recovery of
    99.5% within the DLE portion of the Pilot Plant. These high lithium recoveries
    were accompanied with high levels of impurity rejection.

    Now based on the feasibility study not due to the end of 2022 how will the price hold up.. Previous spikes have been short lived. Let's see if CYP can sustain itself at higher levels. I bought back in on the touch down in that S range that ran from $1-$1.05 June 17th made a HL but not a HH. In at $1.05 and monitoring chart for a stall or a continuation higher. Next few sessions will be the tell.
  • S
    Snelly
    Big big news today!!!!
  • M
    Martin
    The latest news release reinforces the knowledge that CYDVF is the first company to extract Li from clay in a meaningful way. The dry stacking of the tailings reinforces the company's commitment to water conservation. This coupled with the use of DLE further reinforces the 'green' approach the company is taking. My understanding of DLE is that, once fully tweaked, it can be expanded as modules, thereby satisfying the requirement for production volumes consistent with commercial requirements. Thus all that appears to be required for the FS is the report the the quality of the lithium chloride being produced at the pilot plant can be successfully refined into battery grade lithium carbonate or hydroxide. We should be getting that information shortly.
  • M
    Martin
    The lithium, bound in a clay matrix, is pulverized, filtered, mixed with brine from Albemarle's mine next door, subjected to a form of direct lithium extraction, further refined to eliminate additional contaminants and then, as lithium chloride, shipped to other locations for the final conversion to either lithium carbonate or lithium hydroxide, depending on market needs. Earlier, in talks with Lilac Solutions, another form of direct lithium extraction, it was decided that the terms required by Lilac were too onerous (they usually want a 25% stake) so another form of direct lithium extraction was selected. This form requires a number of additional steps and is not as effective as Lilacs. But that was the decision. Had they used Lilac's approach to tease the lithium out of the clay/brine slurry, it would have been far easier and simpler.
  • D
    Don
    Well the same pattern is back. Good news gets sold. That is the way I play it. I'l take my 40% and and wait for the next pullback to do it again. Have you noticed that each bounce is lower than the previous ones. Ill keep playing that pattern until it fails. The problem with CYP is the extended timelines and progress. Keep it smart.
  • S
    Scuba
    Great news this morning. Hopefully moves the needle in this bear market.
  • J
    Jozif
    Great news!!!