End of April
Lawsuits by Enviro-Whatevers 2 Daze Later
Thrown out of Court by End of May (No Standing)
Constructions Permits in Early June
BUYOUT in Early July by TCK @ $3.00-$3.50 or Higher
With the Permits In-Hand the Old LTV Plant is worth THAT at a Minimum.
You won't have a choice. Neither will I. When Glencore votes their shares THAT will dictate the Deal.
We should get a Spike Down RIGHT BEFORE the FEIS Issues.
That is how the Market works. It will be a tremendous BUYing Opportunity.
You're a pumper.
Definition of 'Smart Money'
Cash invested or wagered by those considered to be experienced, well-informed, "in-the-know" or all three. Although there is little empirical evidence to support the notion that smart-money investments perform any better than non-smart-money investments do, many speculation methods take such influxes of cash very seriously.
Investopedia explains 'Smart Money'
Because insiders and better-informed speculators typically invest more, smart money can sometimes be spotted by greater than usual volume, especially when little or no public data exists to justify it. Knowing who the smart money is and when and where they're investing can be of great benefit to retail investors who want to ride the smart money's coattails.
Did you see greater than normal volume? Massive insider buying? Is there other reasons that PLM is rising, perhaps improved nickel prices? Improved public opinion? Promising EPA response?
'Smart Money' if such a thing exists, will show up after permitting and likely after the stock is above 5$. Rooting for a buyout at 3$ would be a disaster after waiting this long to get approval. Glencore
Isn't going to buy the entire company, though investing enough for controlling interest is a possibility. And, PLM isn't going to be sold (to anyone else) without Glencores approval.
If PLM is above 10$ within two years after starting to mine, I'd be very disappointed.