>>Surely but they normally don't cease in fill drilling after less then six months and that with only two drills....<<
You're right, but they do cease after having greater resources at their disposal to incorporate future drills.
I'm not taking anything out of context. It's difficult for me to understand exactly where your monkey brain is having trouble seeing reality.
Surely but they normally don't cease in fill drilling after less then six months and that with only two drills.....That was the point and you knew that Ms. Monkey. However, you must revert to your uncontollable urge to quote out of context. In your monkey world you must think that makes you look somehow smart...plus it fufills your O/C disorder of HAVING to respond even if that response is less then your usual garbage.
The preliminary 43-101 by PAH was for near 1.5 mil. I deducted a generous 20 % for base metals... for an AU/EQ of 1.2 mil. Your mantra of only 900k ounces is fantasy so as to suit your bashing...in between your near constant infantile posts consisting of only LOLOL and ROFLMAO.
>>Yes, that part is true. <<
I appreciate your honesty about this.
>>However the company ceased the in fill drilling on Oct 31st<<
Every company that prepares a 43-101 ceases their drilling on the day that they cease their drilling.
>>Still waiting for ur analysis <<
My analysis is a probability-weighted discount cash flow analysis and a comprehensive comparable valuation table.
Both methods clearly indicate that GORO is overvalued.