...according to many analysts.
Strong possibility of a new QE3 program by the Fed later this month or in Sept.
Should light a fire under equities and commodities like copper and gold.
NAK too should soar as a result...
Very thorough and thoughtful writing! Very refreshing after listening to Susan pontificate and make lightweight arguments, while failing to understand the NGO posturing to their base.
Invoking section 404(c), prior to the intiation of permitting, could arguably be a bigger political powder keg than Keystone.
Susan writes: "There's a reason why you're always wrong and I'm always right ... Sometimes an education can be expensive."
Maybe for you. But for those in the upper academic 2%, combined with proven leadership and motivation, there are a few blessed with a taxpayer fully financed undergraduate and graduate education ... to include a lifetime career path. However, these select opportunities are reserved for only those that demonstrate a sense duty and humility.
Susan writes; "In terms of the EPA playing games, this isn't usually something they do."
Again, you fail to take into account that our federal government has been infultrated by machine politicians that place themselves (and their policies) above the law. After all, they take their lead from the top ... like our Attorney General, Eric Holder, who's now being sued by Congress for his obstruction of justice and contempt of court (Fast and Furious).
Yes, back before Obama and his Czars, I might have agreed with you that the EPA was credible. However, not now. It's nieve and Pollyannish to "not question" the EPA's motives; particularly since their actions are viewed as so "unprecedented".
Again, the Watershed Assessment and Peer Review Panel is a smoke screen to advance an underlying political agenda. Connect the Dots. IMO, the EPA has no intention of invoking a "pre-application Veto" ... but rather, to position themselves for greater federal control during mining develpment negotiations when Pebble finally goes to permitting. In additon, EPA is also trying to buy time to get thru the election without initiating another Keystone Pipeline FUBAR.
Poor,pathetic moronic booby/fresnogirl.there willllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllbe a pebble mine.otb you go.
Educations are always expensive when you ignore what you learn.
"If a man didn't make mistakes he'd own the world in a month. But if he didn't profit by his mistakes he wouldn't own a blessed thing."
“REMINISCENCES OF A STOCK OPERATOR”
There will NEVER be a mine at pebble.
Down 8% on 300K shares is considered crashing?
That is less than 1% of the publicly trading shares outstanding.
Serious, Susan you are starting to drink your own bath water and getting even more ridiculous.
Did you forget to take your medicine today?
NAK is dead money until the EPA makes its decision, or until Anglo pulls out. That's why we're seeing the abysmal volume.
GDXJ, GDX, NEM, GG, SLW, PAAS, PSLV will all soar with new announcements of money printing. NAK is just a spectator now.
Susan writes; "NAK is dead money until the EPA makes its decision ..."
I'm unclear as to "what decision" we are waiting for since NAK hasn't yet submitted a permit application. EPA can not exercise veto action until "after" a permit is submitted. Read page 41 of Northern Dynasty's legal counsel's response (Crowell and Moring LLP) regarding EPA's veto authority under Section 404(c) of the Clean Water Act.
Of course, the EPA won't be forthcoming regarding this legal technicality, and is allowing everyone to believe otherwise. IMO, it's all "smoke and mirrors" and posturing to appease environmentalists and locals. I highly doubt the EPA will drop another political bomb shell on the Obama election team like the Keystone Pipeline "FUBAR" decision which resulted in the recent Chinese purchase of a Canadian oil field.
NAK will continue to trade between $2-$3 range until Pebble decides to submit their permit application; and I predict they will wait until after the election.
“Section 404(c) of the Clean Water Act does not authorize EPA to veto the Pebble Project prior to the "submission" of an application for a Section 404 permit. Until the Army Corps of Engineers receives a permit application for the Pebble Project, EPA "cannot lawfully exercise" its veto authority under Section 404(c) of the Clean Water Act. Both the text and legislative history of Section 404 demonstrates that EPA’s Section 404 (c) authority "does not" extend to pre-application vetoes ...."