Wild......Do you think they dilute just to tick off the shareholders? Or that they dilute without a plan in place? Unless you have a complete and insider knowledge of their books, how to run a profitable mine and their business model, I will simply say I am glad you aren't running this company, because it would have sunk a long time ago. In your world, myopia runs rampant. (Of course, truth be told, I think everything about your posting is agenda driven....a company basher posing as a long.)
Did we lose the ignore feature on these boards? Just when I have reached a point where I have zero interest to see or read any of wild gold's posts, I tried to find the ignore button and it is no longer under "flag". He has gone off the deep end or he simply quit trying to act like he is a long holder of this stock. Ignoring him would not only eliminate his posts, it would eliminate Mr Coldfront bringing all the old ones back on the front page.....it would really clean up the board. Anyone have a clue how to ignore now?
Hilarious rereading this post now. Never trusted some of these posters that appeared seemingly out of nowhere on the board and acted like they were longs but constantly threw doubts at us. Looks like they were simply a crew of hired posters that needed to shake loose a bunch of shares from retail at the 60 cent level before the big run up.
I'm in a gold fund newsletter that you pay an annual fee for. I have seen this kind of action with no news on specific gold mining stocks when the newsletter drops one of their recommendations from their list and adds a new one. That new one usually flies for a couple of days. The newsletter I have hasn't added GSS, but maybe there is a paid newsletter out there that did. Not saying this is definitely the reason, but it is one other possibility besides the valuation or acquisition ones. Whatever it is, I like it!
Wow, it just flew thru the resistance point of 0.85 without hardly a blink. The low of 0.16 a few months ago is becoming a distant memory. One of my top money making investments this year.
Blowout numbers!?! Sure...do what you do best wild gold....set those expectations unreasonably high so that you can be once again be disappointed and whine about it. This qtr is going to be about guidance and subsequent qtrs. I am quite comfortable staying long with 90,000 shares even if this qtr doesn't end up pleasing you.
Right! He wins hands down in the "pathetic" category. One for copying a long time poster's moniker. Two for completely ignoring the current environment of gold and mining companies significant gains since the start of this year. Let's face it, mentioning that wouldn't fit his agenda.
Woulndnt surprise me in the least. You can always count on Boehmer to be there ready and willing to splash cold water in your face, even on a positive day.
Think what you want, but it sure doesn't appear to me that the bought deal isn't holding down the pps today. I own 11 other mining stocks and all are ranging from 2.5 to 7% up today. So GSS is right there with all of them. unless you are an impatient trader, give it time to play out.
What is your definition of "any time soon"? A couple of days, a week, a month?
Personally, I have learned that if you roll with the punches on a string of down days, and the stock is fundamentally sound, you will be rewarded because it will bounce back. Patience and a plan are required when playing in the stock market. There is no room for emotional trading. As many have stated, GSS, like most mining stocks, moves with gold, only in more pronounced up or downs.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Ah, and your real personality is starting to shine. Or did you just assume I was Scottish with that skirt comment. I am a realist too...don't need any sunshine manufactured for me. Read your charts all you want, but I will tell you right now if you think fundamental chart analysis applies here when we all know gold and mining stocks took this recent downslide due solely to Fed comments, then you are not as much as a realist as I am. You appear to trot out your chart analysis when it is convenient to drive home your point. And most of what you have posted of late has a negative lean, despite the current gold environment. If you want to call me a "rah rah" person for believing we don't come anywhere close to retracing to 0.42, knock yourself out.
Wow, that is what you are basing a topic header you put on the board presented as "fact"? Sorry, you can't make a speculation leap like that. Again, there was no such "part 2" of the deal. Flagged.
The only "part 2" of the deal was for BMO to be able to buy an additional 2million+ shares at $0.66, so show me the link or press release of your claim above, otherwise I call bull and report you for fraudulent posting.
I have already noticed and counted 9 mining stocks (all but one gold) that I own or at least follow have now gone green. For those that have been suckered into selling this manufactured drop, their loss. For those of us that took advantage of it, our gain. GSS is down the most of any of my holdings. One more reason to think it is oversold.
Well handline, you have just been given a second chance to get in the metals market you regret not getting into earlier. The Fed minutes have created enough of a panic in gold to offer up a good buying opportunity if you are brave enough to jump in. I suspect this will be a fleeting opportunity.
Agree with both of you. The FOMC crying wolf yet again has presented us with a buying opp I thought I wouldn't see so soon again, so I sold some other stock I had made a nice profit on and bought another 12,000 shares to go along with the extra 18,000 I bought a few days ago. Now sitting with a nice 6 figure sum of shares averaged in below the current price and have no intention to sell until a good price tempts me too much.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I've read enough of your posts now Boehmer to label you a soft basher parading as a long. Sure I could be wrong, but I personally put no credence in anything you say at this point.
And nice timing on announcing the deal after a big up day yesterday of $0.05 and a very good gold day today. Could have been a much rougher day for the pps than it has been.
The risk is on BMO. They would have never done this deal f they didn't feel confident there is more than a good chance at price appreciation. Finance companies like this like to pick the best options out there in putting their money to good use.