When will Anglo scale back their capex due to lower copper prices? The market is expecting it, but we don't know which project will get the axe.
$240M market cap for NAK, $1.5B "projected" investment from Anglo, and yet split the ownership 50/50. The highest comedy.
The market is telling you something, but are you really listening? The answer, of course, is no. You are not listening.
I expected more.
You need to lose the "becuz", multiple question marks, and whatever those dash/arrows are supposed to communicate. My 7-year old niece has higher communication skills, and I'm not exaggerating to make you feel bad.
I do appreciate that you've made this post the highlight for this board today, hopefully some people will listen. Capital can still be preserved. The market is saying something, only a few will listen. Unfortunately, the emotional longs will likely be slaughtered.
better stick with your daytime NAK "basher" gig --- your pretenses at psychobabble are pathetic and pretty stupid (I'm being generous becuz I don't want to bruise your inflated ego) ---> bet you missed a bunch of therapy sessions with your shrink as a kid and you're trying to compensate for your truancy ---> think you should first get your GED, no ??? See you in the Fall when NAK will be a low hanging "cherry" just waitin to be picked // :O)
HEY ! ------> wicked witch of the west ---> what's there about 67 million oz. AU and smart $$$ you don't git !!! ever consider talkin to a FP (that's fin. planner or family "shrink" "in your case) --- but get a life and some elementary smarts before opining --- please ??? // :O) //
It doesn't seem like you've done your homework. Let me give you some help. This is a copper play. Many times, significantly lower copper prices translates into projects getting shelved (usually high risk projects). This is how a mining company operates. Walking away from an investment occurs all the time. Unlike the EPA assessment against NAK, there is precedence.
Due diligence is hard, huh.
One positive, executives at NAK did very well the past few years. Newsletter writers who had private placements did very well the past few years. I guess the only folks at the table who haven't done well are you... the longs who only sell when their capital has completely evaporated.
Instead of bashing susan, why don’t you address the issues she raised?
Or does you’re servitude as a bagholder and pump monkey prevent you from being objective? Silly question.
Either way, remember this scooter:
There will NEVER be a mine at pebble.