roaree, I thought I'd better add a disclaimer for this morning's post. I've been extremely busy at work this past year & am a bit overwelmed with domestic issues when I get home. My post this a.m. was based on a quick scan of the techs. so as always, be sure to do your own DD.
Nice catch. Barnes said a. the acquisition of Silverstone makes SLW a monopoly with its model.
b. they have about 430M in house chasing 100M in debt--their poised to acquire accretive assets if the situation arises. And the situations look good for the acquisition of silver by product from mineral mines whose main benchmarks haven't recovered, and could use just under $4 an ounce for silver byproduct which may be coming to fruition because of increased production, to make up for decreased profit margin...
c. When asked about the future POS, he declined the newscasters declination moniker "optimist" and said he was a "realist", and his realism included the overt fact that with govt's all over the world printing fiat money, eventually, win lose or draw, however effective those dollars, inflation will mean silver will be "$25, $30, even $40 an ounce".
The interviewer said "WOW" and concluded the interview.