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  • tedd222 tedd222 Dec 19, 2012 10:57 AM Flag

    Spokane 3

    Tom, thanks for posting. I will add comments I have thought of since or did not yet post. Regarding the value and need to join the Amex, in the process UAMY did acquire 2 new excellent directors. They are well versed in the industry and attended the Mexico field trip and were in Spokane last Saturday. The company did address some of the Seeking Alpha issue in an 8-K SEC filing September 28 of this year. It was very even keel and explanatory. It can be found via Yahoo and I am not sure if we ever discussed it here. Everything UAMY does is slow and steady and even keel. It was felt that Seeking Alpha indulged in half-truths and innuendo and surreptitious investigation techniques worthy of a Ruppert Murdoch enterprise. The Murdoch reference is mine.

    Before Spokane, I did have the question if the company needs to be more aggressive with regard to issues since now having become a listed company. I no longer have the question. They have been around since 1969. Why change now? It seems they can mine efficiently and sell what the mine. That should take care of the in/out traders in the long run.

    Zeolite…Not discussed at the meeting, but I do believe more can be done with this aspect of their company. I discussed it in NY, it was discussed informally amongst a few if us in Spokane. However, that may be a down the road as it is a more complicated marketing issue. Zeolite has many uses and requires sales experts for each of those uses. I did not bring up spinning of the business.

    However, as noted, John is not about to let go of under-realized corporate assets that belong to shareholders.

    The web site needs to be simplified and be turned into a marketing tool. One Japanese company whose representatives came to Mexico have become customers. I did not see anyone from Global Hunter at the meeting. There were maybe only 3 outside shareholders. I personally think both weather and location hinder attendance. Location won’t change, having a meeting earlier in the year couldn’t hurt, and I will bring it up.

    One of the directors noted all miners have done poorly this year. As the major powers print money, commodities will do better. The strong dollar has hurt commodities. The use of antimony has remained steady.

    If something is not clear, please ask.

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    • As a fan of Fox News] i am not happy aboutf the Ruppert Murdoch reference. Given the "slow and steady" nature of management [totally agree with the description] the question in my mind is ---why all the hype a year ago at this time?

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      • You think Fox News, I think British newspapers...one closed, his executives have been arrested, etc. Hype...I do not know. And I am now agreeing with you. If you have a hype man, his job is to generate hype. I said earlier the Russell, Amex, etc. inclusion may have been way ahead of its time. Reasonable current earnings...and you are an earnings guy...could not sustain the hype. The traders took advantage of that. The longs don't care. We are believing that there is enormous wealth in the company's key property. That wealth can not materialize as rapidly as the stock price rose. It is mining...mining and digging take time especially for a smaller (growing) company. I feel that as the mining produces product to process and increasingly greater profits, we will see increased mining efforts and increased profits. To some extent the stock valuation from this year was counting on a big eureka moment coming quickly. I suppose I am in here long now (I don't really trade) because I would hate to have that eureka moment arrive the moment I was out. (Or short.)

      • You think Fox News, I think British newspapers...one closed, his executives have been arrested, etc. Hype...I do not know. And I am now agreeing with you. If you have a hype man, his job is to generate hype. I said earlier the Russell, Amex, etc. inclusion may have been way ahead of its time. Reasonable current earnings...and you are an earnings guy...could not sustain the hype. The traders took advantage of that. The longs don't care. We are believing that there is enormous wealth in the company's key property. That wealth can not materialize as rapidly as the stock price rose. It is mining...mining and digging take time especially for a smaller (growing) company. I feel that as the mining produces product to process and increasingly greater profits, we will see increased mining efforts and increased profits. To some extent the stock valuation from this year was counting on a big eureka moment coming quickly. I suppose I am in here long now (I don't really trade) because I would hate to have that eureka moment arrive the moment I was out. (Or short.)

 
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