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  • agtavy agtavy May 3, 2012 10:24 AM Flag

    tick tock

    how about his share holders suffering? down 60%. i wonder if that was part of his 'huge plan' and why he didnt tell everyone about THAT months ago. maybe i am just too dumb to comprehend.

    i do well in my job every day and no one calls me a mastermind. yet your blind faith (and losses) still allow you to consider a failed ceo who has done nothing a success.

    keep telling yourself that as your portfolio bleeds red daily

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    • Agtavy
      Maybe you need to review some of the other PM companies when talking about share-holder-value and preservation.

      Companies, CEOs do not control share price, its unlawful to manipulate, ... jail time and large fines are the consequences, ... its the large mutual funds, hedge funds, institutional investors that effect its share price, ... its supply and demand and right now, the supply for all the PMs is larger then demand, this is when investors should be accumulating shares, not selling!

      What is effecting all these gold stocks right now is the manipulation around the world and you know all these things agtavy, ... we talk about things like this everyday.

      The attention you get from others is what your really after or missing, probably away from these message boards, ... or you are so in the red that you speak this way out of anger, fear and frustration.

      Making money from MUX since its highs is not an issue for those that do a little bit of T/A homework, Ive been offering it free of charge for the past several months, the pivot-points that I post are met with great accuracy.

      Learn to use the tools that's free here online, ... the gaps and pivot points are just a couple of good tools that are almost fool-proof.

      Anyone that sits in front of a screen and complains about losses, ... also has time to improve ones financial position in my humble opinion.

      GLTY agtavy

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      • "
        Companies, CEOs do not control share price, its unlawful to manipulate, ... jail time and large fines are the consequences, ... its the large mutual funds, hedge funds, institutional investors that effect its share price, ... its supply and demand and right now, the supply for all the PMs is larger then demand, this is when investors should be accumulating shares, not selling!

        What is effecting all these gold stocks right now is the manipulation around the world and you know all these things agtavy, ... we talk about things like this ever"

        STOCKMAN: On the one hand you say that it is unlawful to manipulate and will result in jail time and large fines. You suggest that the weak share prices are just the result of supply and demand. But in the very next paragraph you refer to "the manipulation around the world" that is affecting the gold stocks' prices.
        Show me where JPM's well documented manipulation of the silver market has gotten them jail time or large fines. Even if the price of company stock shares is not directly manipulated, still the coordinated manipulation of the underlying metals prices affects gold company profits and stock prices. But there is strong circumstantial evidence that share prices are being driven down by computer algorithms controlled by the "too big to fail" banks and market makers in collaboration. More knowledgable people than I have traced the patterns of central bank intervention in the suppression of metals prices, as well as the naked short selling (illegal...but no jail time) in the stocks.

        In conclusion, if "demand" is weak for gold stocks now, it is BECAUSE investors, who would naturally gravitate toward these investment vehicles in the current environment, are being spooked by the criminal illegalities that are being permitted, condoned, and even encouraged by the socalled regulatory agencies. Instead of keeping markets honest and open, they are promoting dishonest manipulations which put an absolute damper on demand.

      • The drop today in MUX isn't because of "weekend news" and somehow sellers "know something"...Have you looked at the $HUI or any other gold stocks today for that matter? Everything is down..Now there are some things that I don't like about MUX, such as Argentina exposure and the market cap at close to 900 Million at $3.30..Seems like a lot given the earnings, And for the amount of resources I'd like to see fewer shares outstanding...But this selloff is the entire gold sector.

 
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