...and S&P is still up 10 points, even after today, from 31 march. Obviously, bo knows nothing, he made his final countdown prediction when the s&p was even lower. if you took his advice and shorted the market, you would have been toast. it's not like anyone here hates sound money and fundamentally good investments.
gold hit 1287 on March 11. Gold closed today @1268 after the massive run up. I didn't say shares.
how's your man bo polny's shemitah triple blood moon equity markets crashing by end of march holding up? gold still isn't higher than it was in the beginning of march...
All Jim Sinclair has are peanuts at this point (a couple of shakers, an 80% complete CIC plant stranded in Tanzania, a broken recreational drone), so I don't think anyone would wager more than peanuts against him.
and thirdly...the photo of a that guy from shop class welding a sheet metal cube (B- on project, tall & skinny weld) is supposed to be the 'money shot' that shows this is really a 1/2 billion dollar company that the Chinese are going to invest in?
by the way... the argument that TRX is so great that institutional investors / big money gals & guys were putting money in under the cloak of darkness (which I would guess we would see soon enough b/c 5% of $37 million is about 1.85 million) is nonsensical 1. because this would spark a raft of insider trading allegations in today's regulatory environment 2. it would imply that the company withheld material information from shareholders or breached its fiduciary responsibility to shareholders (not mining contra to its stated goals) causing the share price to tank.
so you would still be better off having bought the GDX at the beginning of the year (rather than the absolute bottom and not risked investing in a bankrupt company)...Nothing else matters...not even grammar.
deals are secret? trx has an unwanted asset, is encumbered by a huge amount of short term debt, and years behind its announced date of providing a revenue stream with no feasible date in sight to start up--unless of course the chutes and ladders photos are showing you something big...
A. You are right- look at performance. TRX gives you 1/2 the performance of the basket of juniors with no liquidity and certain probability of bankruptcy or dilution:
YTD: TRX, 18.5%, GDXJ, 75.1%
1 YR: TRX, -29.95% , GDXJ, 36.3%
B. If you want to play Hardy Boys junior technical analyst, TRX made it to resistance. Sure, it might break out, but it hasn't yet and is still at a level from which it hasn't been able to break out since last fall.
You can't compare nova gold and Trx because ng is a two billion dollar company and Trx is a worth a 1/2 full parking lot of Nissan versas
CIGA foxgang, looking for a trend in a boiler room stock and the boiler is in the basement of v. M. Luis's house where they were kind enough to put a wifi range extender for jimmy.
don't know why you knock armstrong (correctly), but tout Bo Polny, whose predictions are even less accurate.
Depends on state to which you ship: APMEX does not charge sales tax to New York. But more to the point, price over spot for coins does not betoken a shortage of physical silver at the retail level.