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Timmins Gold Corp. Message Board

  • fb454 fb454 Oct 10, 2012 1:20 PM Flag

    new report

    The Gold Report Interview with Roger Wiegand (10/10/12) "Timmins Gold Corp. is in northern Mexico. . .we recommended it back in February at $1.22/share. That particular company and that stock have been excellent for our readers, traders and investors. We've had some of them in and out of Timmins four or five times. Some people just buy it and sit on it. If you're going to do a buy and hold, that would be one of the few that I would put in that category simply because it is a producer now. It employs about 650 people. The mine continues to expand. It has done everything right from the standpoint of starting and running a business. Timmins' management is superior. We would look for that stock to do much better. It's what I would call a good, growing stock. . .normally, with a company like Timmins, the shares might be $10, $15 or $20, but it is a young company, and it is growing quickly. But, as a producer, not just an explorer, Timmins has everything in position to continue to produce and to grow, yet is priced today somewhat like a junior company would be. It's common for us to see these junior stocks in the $1–3 range and we see a lot of growth on the upside. Its advantages include superior management, solid financing, low-risk geography and being a producer. By being a producer it doesn't have to go out and raise money, even though it is priced like an explorer."

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • As usual - you are full of crap. I emailed Roger Weigand and this is what he wrote back....

      Those numbers are not correct
      We are looking for $4-$5 per
      Share roger

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      On Oct 10, 2012, at 1:32 PM, "" wrote:

      "Timmins Gold Corp. is in northern Mexico. . .we recommended it back in February at $1.22/share. That particular company and that stock have been excellent for our readers, traders and investors. We've had some of them in and out of Timmins four or five times. Some people just buy it and sit on it. If you're going to do a buy and hold, that would be one of the few that I would put in that category simply because it is a producer now. It employs about 650 people. The mine continues to expand. It has done everything right from the standpoint of starting and running a business. Timmins' management is superior. We would look for that stock to do much better. It's what I would call a good, growing stock. . .normally, with a company like Timmins, the shares might be $10, $15 or $20, but it is a young company, and it is growing quickly. But, as a producer, not just an explorer, Timmins has everything in position to continue to produce and to grow, yet is priced today somewhat like a junior company would be. It's common for us to see these junior stocks in the $1–3 range and we see a lot of growth on the upside. Its advantages include superior management, solid financing, low-risk geography and being a producer. By being a producer it doesn't have to go out and raise money, even though it is priced like an explorer."

      If you did say it, what exactly did you mean by: “We would look for that stock to do much better. It's what I would call a good, growing stock. . .normally, with a company like Timmins, the shares might be $10, $15 or $20, but it is a young company, and it is growing quickly

      Why would being a young quickly growing company account for the fact that it trades for $2.73, instead of 10, 15 or 20 dollars per share?

    • what a bunch of nonsense - this guy predicted domestec social mayhem by the end of the summer - where is it?

      So he wrote : "normally, with a company like Timmins, the shares might be $10, $15 or $20, but it is a young company, and it is growing quickly"

      How the hell does that (being young and quickly growing) account for the difference between $2.73 and 10, 15 or 20 dollars per share????

 
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