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Stillwater Mining Co. Message Board

  • xgin xgin May 10, 2011 11:38 PM Flag

    Fast Money on CNBC

    Sorry, no links. I listen to it on Sirius radio at work. Yesterday, someone on the program recommended it and today (same person?) said short it down to 18 because SWC had a PE of 30 and didn't deserve to be at this price. Guess that's what makes the market.

    I can hardly wait until Japan's car companies get back in gear faster then Nov, the dollar starts to weaken again, China's demand continues to increase, more prople recognize there is a deficit in production, people who would have invested in PAl find they need to be in the one strong company in North America, and best of all, all the froth from last year is out of the stock. I mean, just look at how few posts there are here now! In at about an average of $20.45 or so.

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    • Raj says buy, buy,buy!

    • Yesterday during lunch Stephen said buy.

      On the evening version Tim said sell. Tim is basing it on Backward PE where as Stephen recommended buying it on forward pricing of especially Pt. Not sure if he said anything about Pd.

      Although I like Tim’s view points his last few calls have been so so…..

      The deficit issue related to both these metals is vastly misunderstood / under reported (good thing) and is closer to a tipping point than most realize.

      I am sure those following SWC are well aware of some of these facts. Also, Pt & Pd have bigger issues with the cost of extraction going up exponentially, especially in South Africa.

      Also, BHP has commented on the SAFETY issues facing the South African mines as well. When these metals make their move is anyones guess.

 
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