or have a better place to put it. MVG has the goods. A few yrs.ago, it hit a high of $18/share, when silver was cheaper and MVG's position was nowhere as bright as it is now. MVG commands the highest optimism of any stock in my portfolio, which is well into the 6 figures; almost 100% of those stocks are in gold and silver companies. Silver was $50/oz. in'80. Above ground stocks are widely believed to be almost or non-existant. More and more uses are being found for it. The coming mania(the last one was 30 yrs. ago! IT'S TIME!) will propel silver well past $50/oz, making the "dot-com" market look like a joke. Right now, I am envisioning $30/share, and ultimately,that may be conservative. Don't even think of approving a buy-out at anywhere near the current price.The best scenario would be for MVG to "go it alone".