Again, your meth-addled brain has trouble performing basic cognitive function.
The WMD's were moved to Syria, under agreement with Hafez Assad. Iraq's stockpile basically consisted of various binary nerve agents.
As for Iraq being responsible for 9/11, I don't think they ever made that connection, merely pointed out that one of the hijackers visited Iraq.
Are you sad that Saddam is gone...?
Is that why you are all steamed....?
Somebody had to be the sacrifical lamb for America's wrath aside from Al Queda, and the Taliban. It was so nation-states would learn there would be a price to pay if the US even suspected such nation was sponsoring terrorism. Too bad we didn't fhyuck up Iran too.
Crawl back into your mommies womb, ok Sean Penn.....
Sentiment: Strong Buy
What the fhyuck is a lib, progressive idiot doing owning a mining stock?
Please sell you shares and go buy some stupid solar stock.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
This has sold off 10+% since its recent 4.00 interim high. Most of the selling has been on light volume.
Are there continuing concerns about when they will actually start production? Concern about how much cash they will have before copper revenues start coming in? And/or, is this just a case of no news so the pps simply drifts lower. Since the cc won't be until early Nov., I hope we don't drift for 6 more weeks. Some good news would be helpful before the cc.
If you are a trader today is the day to load the boat, next week will be green. If you are long then just wait for a couple of years and sell at 15.
My hunch is the growing belief that QE will be reduced starting this month with further reductions to follow. There was a belief (hope) that the reduction would be delayed but US growth indicators are sufficiently positive for the Fed to initiate a series of reductions. That in turn is pulling all metal prices down including gold and copper. Without positive company news to offset the drop in metal prices the stock will continue to drift down. The line in sand is $3.40 which currently represents the 200-day moving average. If the stock falls below that it will most likely spur further selling.
I found his complete transaction history. It seems every time he has been able to sell he has done so. It seems he just wanted out. He bought 53K and sold them as soon as he was even on them. I am long in this company, but find it very strange/scary. He is a Director and CPA so I would think he knows the numbers better than anyone in this company.
09/05/2013 6,600 Disposition at $3.81 per share. 25,146
09/03/2013 40,900 Disposition at $3.8 per share. 155,420
08/29/2013 2,500 Disposition at $3.8 per share. 9,500
08/27/2013 53,000 Disposition at $3.81 per share. 201,930
03/03/2013 17,025 Award at $0 per share. 0
05/16/2012 53,000 Acquisition at $3.77 per share. 199,810
05/06/2012 3,376 Derivative/Non-derivative trans. at $5.53 per share. 18,670
02/24/2012 7,463 Award at $0 per share. 0
05/06/2011 2,411 Derivative/Non-derivative trans. at $11.26 per share. 27,148
05/06/2011 6,000 Award at $0 per share. 0
01/07/2011 55,000 Disposition at $14.6 per share. 803,000
01/07/2011 55,000 Derivative/Non-derivative trans. at $7.47 per share. 410,850
05/06/2010 15,000 Award at $0 per share. 0
08/18/2009 110,000 Disposition at $15.26 per share. 1,678,600
08/18/2009 110,000 Derivative/Non-derivative trans. at $7.42 per share. 816,200
Your buy below $3, sell above $3 worked for a while there, I will give you that. But as a trader of TC, this is looking a lot like the decline into the $2s that we had after last earnings. TC is frankly terrible at sharing news to get investors excited so I see nothing that will generate much green in the near term - save for a turn around in metal prices, which I am not qualified to predict. I like TC long term, but in the short term I personally think folks should be cautious and expect more red. But for the sake of the longs, I do hope you are right.
look at the chart, 3.50 seem to be the support, on top of this, TC has five down days on the roll on no news good or bad, so the odd favor an uptrend next week. I doubt that TC will be back below 3 again unless some really bad news from the company.
Always the same ole, same ole whining Hebrew canards and name calling nonsense ----- antisemite, bigot, racist, hater ---- you folks always trot out the same ole shopworn and threadbare stuff ---- try to come up with something original for a change ///// You folks cannot go to toe to toe with the TRUTH b/c the TRUTH stands on its' own merits and you folks NEVER deal with the TRUTH very well (or at all) --- just the way it is and always has been and always will be ----- it's just a Hebrew character defect. Why don't you get together at YOM KIPPUR services at sundown TONIGHT (13 Sept) at synagogue and chant (X's three) the Kol Nidre "prayer" with your fellow Hebrews and again petition Yahweh to absolve you of all vows, oaths and obligations that you swear during the coming year, i.e., ask God to annul your vows and oaths before you make them ---- which is what Yom Kippur and the Kol Nidre "prayer" is all about . That would be a far better use of your time than trying to debate and annul the TRUTH that the Mossad imploded WTC 1, 2 and 7, using controlled demolition on 9/11 /// GL to you, Moshe, and enjoy a "baruch" Yom Kippur and please always remember that Jesus remains "The "KING of GENTILES and JEWS" and that Jesus loves us ALL EQUALLY /// :o)
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Billy Ray Valentine: Okay, pork belly prices have been dropping all morning, which means that everybody is waiting for it to hit rock bottom, so they can buy low. Which means that the people who own the pork belly contracts are saying, "Hey, we're losing all our damn money, and Christmas is around the corner, and I ain't gonna have no money to buy my son the G.I. Joe with the kung#$%$ grip! And my wife ain't gonna f... my wife ain't gonna make love to me if I got no money!" So they're panicking right now, they're screaming "SELL! SELL!" to get out before the price keeps dropping. They're panicking out there right now, I can feel it.
Well just proof Oscar Wilde was right. "Before engaging in a battle of wits, make sure your opponent is armed". I am certainly not going to waste any more time answering your drivel. BTW tell whichever idiot white supremacist propagandist taught you about Kol Nidre, he got it all wrong. It doesn't absolve us of our oaths and obligations to our fellow man, only those we make directly to God. But debating theology with you is the last thing I want to waste my time doing. Just know this - The Mossad knows your IP address! Be afraid! be VERY afraid!
He's paying off his bookies.
Goldcorp still own's 8% of TC, so when they sell, then we can worry.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Thompson Creek Metals Company Inc.
(TCM-T, TC-N) C$3.79
Assuming Coverage; Maintaining REDUCE
We are assuming coverage of Thompson Creek Metals and revising our
molybdenum price forecast lower. We now model an average price this year
of $10.33/lb (from $10.94/lb), decreasing to $9.00/lb in F2014 and beyond
We are assuming coverage of Thompson Creek Metals Inc. (TCM-T, TC-N)
with a 12-month target price of C$0.50/share (down from C$1.00).
Thompson Creek Metals is a North American focused molybdenum producer
with two operating mines — the Thompson Creek (100%) mine in Idaho and
the Endako (70%) mine in B.C. The company is also in the process of
commissioning its large-scale Mt. Milligan (100%) copper-gold mine in B.C.,
where it commenced concentrate shipments last month.
Based on our forecasts, neither of the company’s molybdenum mines is
economically sustainable at spot metal prices, which we believe have further
downside risk in the context of a forecasted 10% increase in new mine supply
beginning next year.
To this end, the company has stopped stripping activities at Thompson Creek
and the mine is expected to wind down by the end of next year. We believe
that Endako is unprofitable at current spot prices, despite recent cost
improvements and increased production, and would only be sustainable at
molybdenum prices exceeding $13.00/lb (~35%–40% higher than spot).
We believe that Mt. Milligan is a good asset, but ramp-ups of large milling
operations have been plagued by underperformance in recent years and, in
any case, we do not expect it to generate sufficient cash to repay
approximately $1bln in debt maturities between 2013 and 2019.