I see on yahoo that Motley Fool has an article with an EXK tag on it. The title is something like Find Your Valuation Somewhere Else or something like that. Motley Fool's website is blocked at work here. Would somebody mind posting what they said about EXK?
I feel for you, been there and have been blocked before:)
Unfortunately Yahoo didn't post the whole article even though my handle shows up as having posted. Sorry:(
Long of it was about Cliff, their problems, writedowns and dividend cuts. bionutcase posted the meat about EXK.
btw, I always discount investment advice from the Fools because of scmucky come-ons ike these: You could make 10% a year, year in and year out, and build REAL wealth!
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Anybody know if any analysts follow EXK? On Scottrade under the earnings section quarterly earnings estimates are no longer listed, just a yearly summary. EXK's stock price certainly has been a disappointment evern pairing it with the price of silver breakdown. Much greater percentage loss here. Double down or wait for a lower price?
For the greatest bargains in mining, meanwhile, I urge value investors to take a long and careful look through the miners of gold and silver. A prolonged but moderate consolidation in gold and silver prices has accompanied an overdone thrashing of equity valuations among even the highest-quality operators in those industries. I couldn't possibly condone an investment in Cliffs Natural Resources, for example, while shares of It was written by Baker whom is extremely bulling on EXK in a past article also.
Endeavour Silver offer multi-bagger potential with a far lower risk profile. Goldcorp offers a comparable dividend yield to Cliffs' adjusted payout, but it boasts an incomparably healthy balance sheet and far superior upside potential in the price of its principle product.