under the heading "largest percentage declines." This Company needs a PR firm and someone who can talk to the analysts convincingly. This pattern is really getting old. Buy-Back: Sell-Off. Purchase: Sell Off. Sales: Sell Off; Dividend: Sell Off. Wonder if they got bought out at $8 if the stock would only jump to $7. I don't get it.
Anne Day purchased 979 shares on January 17 pursuant to a purchase/ownership plan. Anne Day currently holds 6,412 shares or less than 0.1% of the company. Anne Day is AuRico's Vice President of Investor Relations and Communications.
To give a counterpoint, consider that it's been outperforming GDX and the other miners by a significant margin (at this point, by more than 25% over the past 6 months). Those sell-offs are muted compared to what's been happening to gold and the other miners.
Not my other miners. While all but one of mine are down, this is my second biggest loser. Maybe I just know how to pick em. But I watch several and it seems this is down more than most. Maybe give names?