No, no, no. It's not possible. We can't be over $5 again. Are we in danger of actually closing over $5? Gee, a stock earning over $1 a share and paying a dividend has no business being over $5. It should be staying around $4.50 where it belongs. (Not $7 or $8.)
I look at the financials and this looks like a well run company, making a profit, low debt and high leverage to increases in the pog. What am I missing this could easily be a 15-20 dollar stock? I will appreciate any insight the board could provide in this regard.
A debt-free gold mine, with a P/E of 5?
It pays, a regular dividend, too?
Pushing to the top of it's trading range & resistance at 5.
3 big bullish 'buying spikes' of volume, = I do believe -this baby has 'bottomed'!
It may base, between 4.5-5.0 but once it breaks through 5 -the sky's the limit!
No 'hawkers' & 'pusher's on the board, = another good sign.
Who knows how long it'll fluctuate here, but it looks like far more 'upside' than down... imho
For full disclosure: "Yes! I'm in"! :)