Absolutely agree to both of you. Folks need to call PAL's IR, specifically Linda, but other folks, too. They are pretty accessible through the phone. Call them and put pressure on them to do things that's in the best interest of shareholders.
My opinion is production does not need to be stopped. But selling of produced palladium at current market price MUST be suspended for now. It absolutely makes no sense. More over, the company should utilize the CASH to actively purchase and hoard physical palladium metal from the spot market.
The rationale is the cash was meant to be used to develope new mining projects. That purpose of money usage is no longer legitimate as long as the metals stay at current level so you might as well invest the money in the metals themselves.
I am calling it a novel mining project to produce and mine the ABOVE GROUND palladium mine, i.e., metals available in the spot market and from Switzerland. It is a way much cheaper and cost efficient "mine" to produce, at current low spot price, than trying to dig the underground hardrock mine!