Are you just a super twit. if silver gets to $25 per ounce as you project, what do you think will happen to those miners now producing $2 to $7 an ounce below where CDE is now??
Are you even aware of these low cost producers such SVLC, EXK and AG??
I hope we do get to $25/ounce, and soon, but whether we stay in the low $20's or move to $25, you want to be holding one of those guys. They will provide a profit at either price!
My only question for CDE management is which mine they'll have to close if the price stays at $22/ounce??
a 4/5 increase in silver alone is 100,000,000 to cde and every and 100 in gold 25.million--ag great company yhe last two quarters has had legal wins add to bottom line is more fully valued than cde with more shares matter of fact all these companies have more shares than cde-slvc projected to produce only 2.4 silver equivalent,ag with growing production but from more expensive del toro mine. ag is much more fully valued .. all of these companies are comers exk has done great job at cubo but cde is the most leveraged to silver and gold --cde capex will be only 80 million--bolivian expansion just about finished and rochestor crusher has given record sept production-- don't be fooled by hebba all in as it is quarterly and cde had expansion ,large exploration and it turned a pure gold mine to silver equivalent while production there was down and costs up, also rochestor production was down with crusher issues and replacement-cde has also huge resources that add to value as silver rises the most silver per share than anybody--and is expecting good exploration resuts again this year adding more oz's--a Mexican royalty will effect all ag mines and slvc has only one mine anything can happen also inmexico and exk all in mexico- sivc has short mine life and one project while cde can afford to break even with long life mines and its replacement of ounces a factor around existing infrastructure--