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Hecla Mining Co. Message Board

  • seasonedspecc@ymail.com seasonedspecc Sep 24, 2013 10:26 PM Flag

    Silver Morons Are a Train Wreck

    IMO silver morons mesmerize me. All silver morons think they will win big but are always wrong about everything. All silver morons are missing pieces of their brain. The degenerative nature of silver morons is fascinating. GLTU. SS

    Sentiment: Hold

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    • Do, you did pull the trigger while looking down the barrel of that firearm, you Little POSER BOY!!

    • Can't we have some hope, that is, some hope of profit and success. Nothing wrong with having goals, hopes, and dreams. This is safe money right here. I would rather throw 25k in Helca, then drive a 25k car off the lot and lose 5k the minute it hits the street and after 5 years that 25k plus 5k in increased taxes/insurance is worth a measly 8k, so we will use a little symbolic logic here 25k plus 5k = 30k 30k-22k=8k vehicle value/ cash value after investment with the added sort term high of buying a material object. Now, let's say.....25k in Hecla at 4 dollars a share would give us 6,250 shares which is close to what I own free and clear. Now, with the cost efficacious mining operations of Greens Creek and Lucky Friday will eventually be noticeable in HL's earnings and will inherently transcend into the value of their common stock this next equation is a logical probability within the next five years (with HL reaching 12.00).........25k/4=6250 6250x12.00=75k What would you rather have a five year old car worth 8k or 75k banked? Regardless, of what any jack #$%$ say....I am taking the 75k!

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      • So you bought a new car to Baker, so he could crash it just how he did with LF?

      • "Can't we have some hope, that is, some hope of profit and success. Nothing wrong with having goals, hopes, and dreams. This is safe money right here. I would rather throw 25k in Hecla, then drive a 25k car off the lot and lose 5k the minute it hits the street and after 5 years that 25k plus 5k in increased taxes/insurance is worth a measly 8k, so we will use a little symbolic logic here 25k plus 5k = 30k 30k-22k=8k vehicle value/ cash value after investment with the added sort term high of buying a material object. Now, let's say.....25k in Hecla at 4 dollars a share would give us 6,250 shares which is close to what I own free and clear. Now, with the cost efficacious mining operations of Greens Creek and Lucky Friday will eventually be noticeable in HL's earnings and will inherently transcend into the value of their common stock this next equation is a logical probability within the next five years (with HL reaching 12.00).........25k/4=6250 6250x12.00=75k What would you rather have a five year old car worth 8k or 75k banked? Regardless, of what any jack #$%$ say....I am taking the 75k"

        I forgot one extremely profitable transaction in this scenario........ITEMIZATION!!!! My IRA investment for My Wife and I will total 7.5k.....almost the value of the car. So at 12.00 Hecla share value renders me 82.5k. My biggest concern is whether I hold out for 20 dollars a share or 40.00.......Isn't that just plain insane and crazy?

      • seasonedspecc@ymail.com seasonedspecc Sep 25, 2013 12:24 AM Flag

        IMO silver morons must hope because they have no choice. Silver morons are stuck in ridiculous cost bases and are too dumb or too poor to cut their losses. Every single theory silver morons have trumpeted for the past five years has proven to be worthless. e.g., money printing, inflation, QE to infinity, silver shortage. All a farce.

        IMO four rounds of QE not moving this stock out of the $3 range tells much. Banks are always ten to twenty steps ahead of silver morons. Silver morons as a group are lottery playing rednecks. GLTU. SS

        Sentiment: Hold

 
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