Yes, you should ignore all of the ugly fundamentals and buy more! EPA veto, Anglo walking, possible Anglo leadership change, persistent downward trend for all base metals (copper, moly), terrible location, high energy-intensive, massive infrastructure and construction costs, significant public opposition, significant private donor opposition with deep pockets, constant EPA scrutiny, and of course, NON-STOP LITIGATION from fishing industry, environmental groups, native corps, etc. which will likely delay any reasonable startup date (well past the NAK optimistic date of 2020).
By the time the mine opens (which will likely be never), the bull market will be over. Repeat: the bull market will be over. But hey, don't tell lotto ticket players the odds of winning, they want to believe the dream.
Lots of luck, you desperately need it. Other Alaska projects that will be open many, many years before NAK: THM and NG. You can bank on that. I certainly am.