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bogfit 6 posts  |  Last Activity: Jun 26, 2014 5:18 PM Member since: May 31, 2002
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    RMX drills 6.8 m of 14.1 g/t Au at Phoenix

    by sideline1000 Jun 23, 2014 7:02 AM
    bogfit bogfit Jun 26, 2014 5:18 PM Flag

    "I argued with a few gold geologists over this same issue on that board too."

    Yep, we're all out of step except for the Whiz, who can't seem to make money even when POG $1800. Go figure.

    b.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    RMX drills 6.8 m of 14.1 g/t Au at Phoenix

    by sideline1000 Jun 23, 2014 7:02 AM
    bogfit bogfit Jun 26, 2014 5:15 PM Flag

    "... bogusfit is a nut ...

    There's Whiz's argument in total! -

    "Ignore the man behind the curtain!, he thundered, flashing lights and causing loud booms to confused the visitors.

    OK, I'm a "nut", but it is also "empirically verifiable by anyone who is willing to do the research" that the Great Bonanza"was confined to only three claims among dozens every 30' along the face of Mt. Davidson. It is also verifiable that mines next door were barren, not to say that F2 is barren - I have never made that argument. What I have urged is caution should be used when extrapolating the results from other locations even in the same mining district. The Whiz considers his calculations as Gospel. That just seems un-reasonable to me. Of course anyone who blows off 25K on a long shot options play has neither a record of caution nor of reasonableness of judgement IMHO.

    I think we should use the record as a measure. Anyone interested could I suppose go back over this board's messages and learn precisely when I bot. and when I sold the last @$3.20 in the summer of 2012. I walked away money ahead, not that anyone should care, but the fact is this "nut" made money swing trading this stock for a couple years, while at the same time the Great and Mighty Whiz claims to have dropped to about even after losing that stupid option bet. I haven't seen where he reported any gains with RBY since. So the "nut" walks away smiling all the way to the bank, while the Whiz of Ahs gives up all he had gained over a multi-year period of investing. Which would you like to be? The loser, or the "nut"?

    Let's face it, if Prof. Marbles had a life would he be camped under a bridge roasting a hot dog, and living daily on a message board for a stock in which he has no financial interest? Honest to God you got to feel a little sorry for a man with no more existence than his egotistical and arrogant persona on a MB. Sad!

    b.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    RMX drills 6.8 m of 14.1 g/t Au at Phoenix

    by sideline1000 Jun 23, 2014 7:02 AM
    bogfit bogfit Jun 23, 2014 7:36 PM Flag

    "The key to this is that there are no mines, not just next door, where the coefficient of variance is above 200% to 250% where the linear forecasting used at F2 comes even remotely close to the actual production once in production."

    They say that figures don't lie, but .... well, you know. What surprises me, while acknowledging not a whiz at math myself, is if your system of calculations were correct, accurate, or most important, even reasonably predictive of mine performance, then why doesn't the industry and the real mining experts use the same system and were buying all the Rubicon they could get their hands on? You've been flogging these same predictions for several years, published the same for all the world to read, and yet no one, other than yourself and a hand full of morons on this board you mislead, are impressed. If your calculations were actually so predictive I would think every banker in Canada would be using them and reaching the same conclusions as you, BUT THEY DON'T!!! In my 13 years of investing in the PM market I have never before read of anyone who was absolutely certain that in a particular geological regime there must have been metal deposited in the exactly the same proportions as in another geological environment based at best upon fragmentary data. Much of which is actually immaterial or inconclusive to the economics of the project. No one, only you. Before you point to recent results that fail to blow holes in your theory, let me remind you were singing the exact same song years ago, long before there was any additional data to consider.

    " because you are lazy..."

    Lazy? LOL But I know it is just more name calling when you haven't a valid argument to support, typical Prof. Marbles folding under pressure. You have no idea, but apparently you are once again forming an opinion on fragmentary data, simply because I have better things to do than chase down your crazy ideas, but then there is a whole gold mining industry that is just as lazy as well. One other thing I can't understand why Canacord hasn't hired you to analysis the gold mining sector for them. After all you say you are brilliant and understand mining better than anyone else.

    "One might suggest that you change your moniker to bogusfit."

    Wow, how clever of you! Did it take you long to think that one up? Looks to me like all you did was put us in the middle. I've already given you a couple suggestions of a moniker appropriate for your lack of integrity and I'd be happy to take the time to think up another, but gee, I'm just too lazy. LOL

    b.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    RMX drills 6.8 m of 14.1 g/t Au at Phoenix

    by sideline1000 Jun 23, 2014 7:02 AM
    bogfit bogfit Jun 23, 2014 3:15 PM Flag

    " the 43-101 figures for F2"

    Did I read this right? Sewell is pumping 43-101 figures now? Wow! Magical transformation of Prof. Marbles into the Wizard of Ahs right before our very eyes. Never thought I would see the day.

    Now just WHICH mine next door are you referring to? McEwen's old Red Lake mine or Placer Gold's old Campbell mine? They are different although situated in basically the same geological setting, which of course F2 is not. Didn't I explain to you how the MacKay's Bonanza at Virginia City was located under only three contiguous claims, and how the mines "next door" were practically barren, and we are talking TWO FEET NEXT DOOR, not a couple miles away.

    I guess the rest of us are allowed to use 43-101 now that the Wiz has given his approval. LOL

    b.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    jaz - sad sac

    by daviddoig99 Mar 31, 2014 9:32 AM
    bogfit bogfit Jun 21, 2014 11:36 AM Flag

    I really can't understand that level of simplicity. That’s as if I were to mistake every no life, egotistical long term loser post as had been written by Prof. Marbles himself, and that would just be silly. I know as many others do that there is also a sorry cadre of losers who invested in Rubicon YEARS AGO, and have not only lost all the potential gain that could have been realized in other investments if they only had been able to accept the fact that the Phoenix ore body has a different geological history than Goldcorp’s Red Lake mine, and that coarse gold deposits are difficult to develop. It is beyond reason to argue that Phoenix isn’t a coarse gold deposit and that the mine has been especially difficult to move forward. Those are facts that are clearly established, however the Wizard of Ahs and his diminutive minions continue to delude themselves (and others in the Wizard’s case) wishin’ and a hoppin’ that their $5 shares will be worth $3 again someday.

    Personally I’m looking forward to next year when both the gold market and Rubicon’s prospects should improve. Since I sold RBY at $3.50 I have a bit of room to wait for a profitable entry point, especially when RBY chart is in a downturn. Until then I’m up 85% this year with NCU.TO a local copper development here in Nevada. I know that Rubicon is up about 56% YTD, but worry as it is has now fallen about 20% below its high for the year.

    I rotated out of PM at the first of the year and bot. Cu. My advice: If you bought this year (even at its high) I would recommend holding but not adding. If on the other hand you bought 2, 3, 4, or 5 years ago, I would recommend selling and never buying another share of stock ever again – you’re just too stupid (or stubbornly arrogant in Sewell’s case) to play this game – and win! JMHO

    b.

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    jaz - sad sac

    by daviddoig99 Mar 31, 2014 9:32 AM
    bogfit bogfit Jun 19, 2014 10:53 AM Flag

    Somehow I missed the silly notion that I was posting under an alias other than the one I used to remove the 1 star slurs the rat pack was giving me. I occasionally check the message board to see which idiot has used my name in vain, but I missed the mischaracterization that jaz (?) was my ID. I read one of his posts and see no similarities in writing style or approach to the subject. This ridiculous idea must have arose in a unstable and uncertain mind. It seems some such as Sewell see a boggy man under every post, haunted by the memory of how he lost his rear end on a incredibly stupid option play, and how his fantasying F2 has cost far too many for far too long.

    I know that after the lows early this year that today some Rubicon investors must be in the black, (to them I say congratulations) but at the same time I know it isn't any of these long term "investors" who have been flogging me as well as this dead horse for years now. Significantly, it also happens to be the same bunch of losers who continue to slam me long after I've moved on to more profitable investments.

    But watch what you say. I will return and find you out, and then the truth will be spoken once more. LOL

    b.

    Sentiment: Sell

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