I took dragons advice and switched into TC a while back.
Even though I had to lock in a loss on TGB, still happy about it and it's looking pretty darn good right now and for rest of this year. Should have some actual monster earnings this quarter and next, No canoes to tip over and serious CEO now makes it better heheheheheh.
TGB not going anywhere, you really want to own it make some money on TC or something else and use the profits to buy TGB back - it will still be here at $2 or so.....not going anywhere till Russ retires.
You do miss all those tasty TGB dividends though...ummmm ....oh wait.....right......yeah....never mind!
I have no intentions of selling this holding, I know eventually New Prosperity will come on line, if it happens in my life time GREAT, if it does not my kid will inherit it. Its truly a GOLD MINE, and GOLD wont disappear, eventually some one savvy enough will get it approved.
Followed your lead, V, and on Sunday placed sell orders on my 'huge' # of shares (2 K in each account), market order.
For one acct it took a total of four different actions (two at less than 200 shares) to reach the 2K level. Freakin' amazing! All sold at 2.19., bought at avg. of about 2.
Profits allocated to pay off credit card purchase last week of some nice CA 2012 Cabs(Caymus and Mt. Veeder). Hey, isn't that why we all 'invest' in such super duper companies like TGB- in order to cover the costs of wine puchases?
So my personal thanks extended to to Retrograde Russ for making all of this possible!
V, I'm totally shocked to hear that you've finally given up on following to the big payday in the sky this wonderfully performing stock led by Charlatanism's Extraordinary Oaf! Say it ain't so, V!
Meh', I wouldn't be so hard on yourself. Imo, TC is likely a much better play, as they are fully funded, and ramping up towards full production at MM, and are now a well diversified miner/refiner of silver, gold, copper and moly, with the latter two being their bread and butter. I keep an eye on TGB, and have been in and out of it over the years, but like you, am presently out, as I see greener pastures elsewhere at this time.
Patrick Kane last night played on another level than did the Kings.
No doubt in my mind that in terms of handling and passing the puck, Chicago a markedly superior team.
My guess is Chicago wins relatively easily tomorrow in game 7. Not good for Kings fans to hear before game 6 statements of King players that they definitely did not want to play a game 7-kinda like, "We know we won't win in that arena again?"
Your Blackhawks barely missed being knocked out of the playoffs last night had Kopitar's OT shot been about 1 inch to the left.
Kings fans know team had better get it done in game 6 in L.A., because little doubt Chicago would take a game 7 at home. IMO.
Nice to see a series devoid of the all too frequent fighting. Been very entertaining series to watch, no matter which team one prefers.