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whatisallthisthen 7 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 8, 2016 10:49 AM Member since: Jan 22, 2013
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  • Reply to

    trucks Question

    by mookster65 Jul 4, 2016 1:00 PM
    whatisallthisthen whatisallthisthen Jul 8, 2016 10:49 AM Flag

    1300 * .031 * .875 = 352.6 oz of recovered gold.

    Say using the silver as a by product towards production they lower costs to ~500/oz making revenue ~800/oz

    352.6 * 800 = 282100 over six months

    Counting savings in salary and benefits they probably made close to that on your redundancy

  • Reply to

    Agreement with AMT

    by saildone Jun 20, 2016 4:35 AM
    whatisallthisthen whatisallthisthen Jun 20, 2016 2:12 PM Flag

    You left off

    E. AMT can not sell the shares it receives for six months or for less than 56 cents.

    F. Both AMT and LODE have the right to cancel the agreement at anytime without penalty.

  • whatisallthisthen whatisallthisthen May 18, 2016 1:38 PM Flag

    " If the PPS increases over the set price then they will earn less than nine million shares. That is what "up to" indicates"

    The press release does give that impression but if you read the 8K it is clear that the 9M shares are valued at $5M and are not subject to price changes. The "up to" is because LODE may not opt to utilize all $5M in services and is not obligated to transfer all the shares to ATM.

    But I do have a question on the 8K. Given ATM can not sell any share for six months and then can not sell for less than $0.56 per share and given that either ATM or LODE can terminate the agreement at any time, if the agreement is terminated does that release ATM from the restriction to not sell for less than $0.56 per share?

  • Reply to

    LODE vs PGLC

    by gains222 May 6, 2016 3:58 PM
    whatisallthisthen whatisallthisthen May 9, 2016 12:15 AM Flag

    Blues knows what he is talking about when he talks about RBY because he is talking from personal experience. You can find his posts on the old RBY message board under the user names twitter_trader, stevie_b_hawaii, honolulu_trader, and steviehonolulu. (man, he loves him them user names and those are just the ones he owns up to being him, no counting the other aliases he creates)

    A couple interesting posts on the RBY board:

    6/13/2015

    If 1.04 prints and breaks down, kiss the baby goodbye. Throw what ever you can to hold
    1.08/1.09. My plate is full at this level. If 1.04 prints, I will double down and ride the storm out.
    (RBY now trades as RBYCF @0.039)

    Or this one entitled Long AAPLTWTR & PYPL on 7/22/2015

    AAPL 120.76 in after hours yesterday
    TWTR 35.92 today
    PYPL 39.16 today

    My 3 Amigos
    (at least pay pal is holding up)

    Apparently blues has not always been the swing trader that he makes himself out to be,

  • Reply to

    LODE vs PGLC

    by gains222 May 6, 2016 3:58 PM
    whatisallthisthen whatisallthisthen May 6, 2016 4:24 PM Flag

    PGLC is still in the exploratory phase while LODE has been in production for three years.

    PGLC is working on having something that LODE never had:

    "This Pre-Feasibility Study will formalize the work currently being done to move Relief Canyon into production, and is a key step to allow the Company to define reserves at Relief Canyon under Canadian National Instrument 43-101."

    Big difference

  • whatisallthisthen whatisallthisthen May 5, 2016 5:57 PM Flag

    If you go to the investors page of their web site and read the LODE_Overview_March_1_2016w.pdf you'll find a road map of their plans for the next two years on page 28.
    They have "Complete Lucerne Feasibility & Expansion Plan" boxed out for early 2017 so I assume they intend to start mining in mid 2017 and should see gold pour in late 2017.
    They also box out "Complete Dayton Permitting & Commission Dayton Mine" in late 2017.

  • whatisallthisthen whatisallthisthen May 5, 2016 10:58 AM Flag

    So instead of losing an estimated .03 per share they lost .02 per share. Question is did they beat the estimate because they had more revenue than expected or because of diluting the number of out standing shares?

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