Well, it certainly didn't sell off on the news. Currently the machines own LSG, trading it in a range of 3-4 decimal places to the right of zero.
By the way, they have already have revenues of $99 million for 9 months ending Q3. Easy to bash the company. It's a mediocre company with mid-grade gold and a not-great size deposit. That has been the death knell in the weak gold-miner environment of the past 12 months.
If they make good on their story -- focus on production rather than development, continue to lower costs, ramp production + gold is positive / continues its upward trend, it's not a bad company to have a small stake in at this price...wouldn't bet the farm on it.