50 ounces in 6 weeks? If my calculations are correct, that's about 7.5 grams per cubic yard, which isn't bad. The problem is that 1200 cubic yards over 6 weeks isn't good enough. That amounts to about $85k worth of gold over 6 weeks, ($736k annually) which is low for a company with a $13 mil mkt cap. Unless PCFG can process more material, production cost will supersede gross profit. Right now, its a Ma and Pa operation. They need to quadruple the run rate imo.
I would think they should be announcing results soon, maybe the middle of the month. I believe good things come to those that wait. If the results are good; this stock could really move up aggressively. If it breaks $.25 its heading to $ 1.00 if it goes past a dollar who knows. Gold is going to keep climbing way into 2012.