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  • robsharp2002 robsharp2002 Jan 12, 2012 7:51 AM Flag

    $1660 AU, GRC presentation

    $1,660 should give Au some resistence so you shorts can rest easier for a few days. All you have to worry about now is the 43-101 and the new buyers that will now be unhandcuffed.

    By the way, for those of you that are up, GRC is giving a presentation this morning, which is why I am up at 4:45AM west coast time. I believe they start 8:15 EST. Here is the link:

    http://www.wsw.com/webcast/dahlman11/goro.ob/

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    • From my post in January:
      <<With each day of research on Gold Resource Corp, I am coming closer and closer to making an open offer to one of the shareowners on this message board.
      And that offer will likely be that I will buy at a guaranteed 10% premium, a gold coin and a silver coin with Gold Resource's name on it that has been delivered as a dividend in-kind.
      I am a collector of such items. If I do buy the coins, I will put them next to my combination screwdriver/balance with the Enron logo on it in my office at home.>>

      This is an open offer. I am willing to purchase any divdend-in-kind coins (gold or silver) at a 10% premium to its current assay value.
      Any shareholders or former shareholder who are in possession of these coins please feel free to contact me for sale at my yahoo email address.

      Thank you.

    • > deep enough to reach Singapore

      OK, so you are just an a-hole.

    • <<Huh? GRC produced 6,371 ounces of gold and 841,820 ounces of silver in Q3. Common sense says that unless there is some negative variable otherwise, they should produce approximately the same amount in future quarters. There is no need to use any statements from management.>>

      Engy: Sure, Amadeus. Sorry, I missed that. I appreciate your interest in my opinion.

      Amadeus: Glad you agree with me that GORO should perform just as well in 2012, if not better, than Q3.

      Amadeus

    • <<Huh? GRC produced 6,371 ounces of gold and 841,820 ounces of silver in Q3. Common sense says that unless there is some negative variable otherwise, they should produce approximately the same amount in future quarters. There is no need to use any statements from management.>>


      Sure, Amadeus. Sorry, I missed that. I appreciate your interest in my opinion.

      <<Add in that it is a known fact that epithermal deposits tend to increase in ore grade as you dig deeper.>>

      With this logic, I understand that when they get deep enough to reach Singapore there will have been phenomenal deposits uncovered. But disregard any costs to get there. In this regard, please cosider my next post to you.

    • Still waiting for an answer, Engy ...

      Amadeus: "I don't know PRECISELY what the future will bring. But I can tell you the future will bring something MUCH more akin to the current production numbers than akin to past production numbers."

      Engy: Is that right? And your data for coming to this conclusion are..? Please elucidate on why it is common sense to come to this conclusion?

      Amadeus: Huh? GRC produced 6,371 ounces of gold and 841,820 ounces of silver in Q3. Common sense says that unless there is some negative variable otherwise, they should produce approximately the same amount in future quarters. There is no need to use any statements from management.

      Add in that it is a known fact that epithermal deposits tend to increase in ore grade as you dig deeper. That means that with each quarter we should see an increase in ore grade and, therefore, an increase in the number of ounces produced for the same amount of effort (TPD) and days of production.

      So Engy, do tell me what is wrong with this common sense analysis above.

      And yes, Q4 numbers will be slightly lower than Q3. Everybody here is expecting that.

      Amadeus

    • "and why will they be lower? going to blame it on the holidays? "

      No blame needed, Drama Queen. It is a simple fact that there are approximately 2 weeks less of production in Q4 due to the Christmas break than there were in Q3. Plus, metals prices were down from Q3, as you have been shouting from the rooftop incessantly.

      So I am fully expecting slightly lower numbers for Q4. Not disastrous, as you have been predicting.

      Amadeus

    • Well if they take 2 weeks off do you think they are going to produce more in that time? Fool

    • And yes, Q4 numbers will be slightly lower than Q3. Everybody here is expecting that.
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      and why will they be lower? going to blame it on the holidays? always making excuses.

    • >>No I was referring to a stock in that sense. But with a lottery, No matter how much your up you have the same odds of winning as anyone else.<<

      And with a stock, it doesn't matter if you're up 2,000% or not. The stock can still perpetually depreciate forever after.

    • 7 quarters of production + several years of work give a pretty good record with which to make some projections.

      Yes, I believe much of the detail included in filings can be misleading. Not a specific reflection of GRC's filings.

      If you go back 5 years, you should be able to attribute a massive amount of value creation to the Reids, acquisition of at least one ultra profitable asset, installation of a mine quickly and cost effectively, production achievement, best-in-industry economics, favorable dividend policy, etc.

      What have you managed to find? Some deadlines slipped, a couple slip-ups that were corrected, unfamiliar mining accounting? Is that it?

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