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GOLD RESERVE INC (GRZ.V) Message Board

  • buyuranium buyuranium Sep 4, 2013 11:00 PM Flag

    Wisdom of the crowd

    Is beginning to show on this board. Seems like the consensus is building that GRZ will prevail especially in light of the Conoco decision. As oil goes up in value VZ will have a bit more fire power to pay for an award to GRZ and or bring the Chinese in to settle without the burden of a settlement . Either way my money is on GRZ!

    I just don't see GRZ losing in this long hard fought battle, good will prevail over evil.....

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    • But no one is buying. Volume has dried up. It's not acting like a certain 5-bagger...or even a 2-bagger.

      • 1 Reply to slappyjo
      • Jo-Jo,
        Nothing is for sure or easy now. If, as, and when a settlement or judgement comes about it's not like a billion plus will be wired instantly into GRZ bank account it will be sometime before the money actually comes to GRZ. I think management favors some sort of settlement vs. dealing with all the BS of dealing with having to pry the capital out of VZ. who has a thin balance sheet nowadays. Sometime the markets are very inefficient so not everyone follows this opportunity like we do. About low volume noone wants to sell so ther is not a lot of stock available. the huge block that was acquired by one of the top inside shareholders recently shows me that a future settlement of this protracted case will be very positive for patient shareholders. soon we shall see. the Conoco decision has to be a plus for GRZ....

 
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