I agree Ultra; considering the abuse TC has given us over time I can be patient with Centerra as well. P
The plan is to fly into Guayaquil on the 29th, then over to Ballenita as a home base and do some prospecting for a month. P
Hey Blake! Belize is a beautiful country, especially south of Placencia where I've traveled and sailed the cayes. With that said, I'll be in Ecuador at the end of July for a month; there's more to offer there even tho Belize is English speaking....... Good Luck. P
It is down due to profit takers and consolidation; Gold is taking a breather and will continue upward momentum. The global markets have lost faith in not only the Fed but Central Banks globally. They have run out of bullets; negative interest rates are becoming the soup de jour and what should have been allowed to happen seven years ago, inevitably, is about to. P
I haven't heard any whispers lately about IKE and came up with this scenario: Perhaps they're looking at selling out of MM for their investment(?) and taking the cash and lower interest rates and putting in IKE right the first time considering their long learning curve with MM and current lower rates. Jump on that boys! P
Just to repost something of interest, do a search on "Fed using banks to short gold and silver to protect dollar from effects of QE". 11/08/14
Speaking from experience Stifel is a pump and dump and a bash and buy scammer; they should be exposed as the pathologic liars they are and shut down by the SEC and people imprisoned. JMO. P
Around the first of March I shared with some friends that the Gold:Silver ratio was around 81 or so, the long term average ratio looked to be around 60, gold was around $1,259 and silver ~$15.50. I held that if gold held steady at ~$1,260 then silver would advance maybe to $21 with the $US weakening as well. Well, it looks like I got "lucky" and my scenario played out somewhat with silver now at ~$17.80 and, IMO, still gaining Mojo. What has changed more significantly since March is the ratio is now ~72, silver is advancing in lockstep with gold as gold, due to global economic stressors IMO, is now the go to "safe" investment vehicle of choice. So, as gold advances, silver still must play catch-up as the ratio is still above the norm. JMO.