Not against intelligent discussion. Just don't care for shorts who trash talk any stock without good reason.
I'm not emotionally involved with TC. However, this is how I see it. . . . I wouldn't necessarily get heavy into a company that strictly mines gold. The time to do that was obviously just before or immediately after the crash. But the important thing to remember is that this is not the case here.
TC is a Moly company. The demand for moly will pick up. Maybe in a few months or maybe in a few years. But THIS YEAR TC will no longer be just a moly company. It will be a Copper-Gold-Moly company. The current valuation or stock price is based on disappointing returns having only to do with Moly. That will change very soon if you're just a tad patient. You're not comparing apples with apples. It's one thing to invest now in a gold company that has been producing gold for the past few years and the stock price is now at a premium. It's quite another thing to invest in a company that is basically Moly and just on the verge of producing a large amount of both gold and copper that the company now ADDS to the current moly-based valuation. So, you're getting in early and benefiting from the addition of gold and copper. Even if gold and copper fall a bit before production starts, it's still NEW inventory they never had before. So, it's my opinion that a worst case scenario is you double your money within a year.