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  • just4dummies just4dummies Aug 3, 2005 11:00 AM Flag

    Another way CCJ

    You can look out as far as you feel like, but all you really need to know is the price trend. If you see an uptrend in thorium stocks, then get in early and buy with both hands and just hang on. You can be the genius. But, if you're not in on CCJ, why would you keep telling people about YOUR thing. Why not just go enjoy your peer group? This is the U crowd, and most of us are just following the long term uptrend. If you're missing it, that's no reason for us to be concerned about something that hasn't even gotten off the ground yet so far as most seem. So, let us know when you become a successful investor in some thorium stock, and let the rest of us enjoy our continuing growth industry, while you keep on missing it. I hope you live a long life, so you can make some money in the future. Lot and lots of luck.

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    • Dear just4dummies-

      You sure read a lot into another poster's investment success and experience from one yahoo post. Hope you base your investment DD on more than that...

      I would be interesting to compare your recent success with mine. You may have done well--I certainly have.

      No where in my post did I mention investing (now) in Thorium production. In fact I am in CCJ and other juniors, and will be for some time to come. The S/D situation in U is significant and upon us now. So you are preaching to the choir about that and that fact that the CCJ board is a U crowd. I know that, and you might have saved your effort typing if you had been on this board long enough to read past posts.

      As to Th, there is no reason this board can't discuss long term issues that affect energy and especially nuclear energy. My post was of that nature--not one discussing what to buy next week.

      Good luck with your investing decisions.

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