Here's part of an article from The Australians Robin Bromby.
I thought it was weird that nobody here is covering this.GME Resources has 1.2 million tonnes of contained nickel and 75,000 tonnes of cobalt.
GME is capitalised at a touch over $75 million, but one broker who has run the numbers reckons the resource is worth about $25 billion at present prices ($US32,652/tonne for nickel on Thursday night).
Of course, it's the same laterite nickel that felled Centaur Mining & Exploration and just about did the same to Anaconda Nickel (now Minara). But GME's latest annual report indicates the company is thinking of a novel and cheapish means of treating the laterite - heap leaching. Interestingly, Minara is due to have a heap leach demonstration plant ready next month as an alternative strategy to its complex existing technology.
The other problems are that GME's resource is spread over nine deposits and it doesn't have a treatment plant. But our broker believes it can't be long before someone takes a crack at GME to get hold of that resource.