Yeah, I'm sure after the EPA Peer Review next week, buyers will be lining up. A fresh wave of dumb money may enter early in the week, but I'm guessing we'll probably see the high-volume days on Thursday and Friday. At least you'll have company.
If you're looking for cheap shares, Thursday or Friday might be a good entry point. Could be wrong, the EPA panel might support the scientific conclusions of NAK (ba dum tssshhhh!). I'll be here all week.
Susan has a secret obsession with the EPA or more likely probably works for the EPA. That organization under the leadership of Lisa Jackson is so LEFT and biased it isn't even funny. I bet Susan has some middle management job with the EPA and that is why she cares so deeply about Pebble being blocked.
If Susan doesn't work for the EPA and isn't short the stock, then I am at a loss for an logical explanation.
Again, there's a reason why the stock sold hard after the EPA announcement. You can't grasp what's happening in front of you because you have next to zero mining investment experience.
The EPA has never been weaker, just look at what's occurring with hydraulic fracking across the nation. If the EPA were doing its job, folks wouldn't have methane coming out of their water faucets. You want to fabricate blame at the "lefties" for your failures as an investor because it's provides some sort of comforting answer. The reality is, you're not very good with your money.
Why didn't you set a sell-stop with NAK when it dropped from $20.00 to $2.20? I know the answer, but it appears you don't have the self-awareness to understand.