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  • johnnywilks72 johnnywilks72 Oct 20, 2010 10:55 AM Flag


    It is going to take some time to learn that. I have never doubted his reasoning, however I have always thought there is more to it than meets the eye. Time will tell. Lets not forget that he also had the shares held by Lexam disposed of in recent months too.

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    • Hello Endo - As one of Canada's richest citizens, Robert McEwen operates on a different level than the retail investor. In general, every need and want of this man was satisfied long ago. The opportunities available to Mr. McEwen are vast. His primary concerns are TIME and HEALTH. I am not alarmed Robert McEwen sold his shares of Rubicon. I wish Mr. McEwen great success in other ventures.

      With the departure of Robert McEwen, ALL options are available to Rubicon - Buyout, Production, Joint Venture and Future Exploration. I like the idea that ALL options are availble to our company.

      A friend from college married the son of Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys. As a billionaire, I can assure you Mr. Jones is operating at a level well beyond normal citizens. It is wise to learn from great businessmen. It is also wise to consider opportunities in front of our nose. I have chosen to watch the Rubicon story unfold. Next step - reaching the core of F2. Good fortune to Rubicon's investors - GoldMetalMania

      P.S. - As always, there are NO GUARANTEES!

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