wolf, I made plenty trading RBY until almost 2 years back when I made the mistake of believing that management might actually get the mine into production by the last half of 2014. I finally dumped those shares last month for tax purposes. Bought CLR and XLE near their bottom. Losses in RBY have have been more than recouped.
wolf, you obviously have not kept up with pio and gmm's comments from the past several years concerning traders (especially traders in RBY).
"Bashers like myself are the enemy of RBY are the enemy?" Now there's a really intelligent observation.
Calif, remember this is dddddddddurbin your dealing with here. He of very limited intellegence, to the point where he thinks that Yahoo message board posters have a bigger influence of RBY's stock price than managements performance. .
No, I actually have a large group of fellow players who actually enjoy getting out for some exercise and socials engagement.
My guess is you never move more than 20 ft from your computer screen.
If you are talking about short term and algorithm trading, then yes technicals play a very important part. As far as long term investing is concerned, not so much (McDoanalds is a perfect example.. Their fundamentals stink, which is being reflected in their revenue. and SP).
Fundamentally speaking, algorithm trading is/will have dire consequences on traditional investors and investments..
But pio, these guys are traders. They are the enemy of RBY. I'm trying to rid the board of the trader enemies so that the SP of RBY will go up to $8 where it belongs.
Remember, you heard it from wolfie right here on the Yahoo message board. The ONLY source you need for informative technical market analysis (fundamentals be damned).
gambler, you're kidding me right. You're still hanging out and holding on to this sad excuse of a mining company? And with the king of losers himself, shitown? Wow, I thought you were smarter than this.
I guess misery loves company
......... why sewells and wolfie are not working in Vancouver or on Wall Street instead of hanging out on a Yahoo message board with a few of their groupies?
Never mind that is (was) supposed to be a producing gold company that has been the victim of some incredibly poor management decisions. It's all about the charts.
Wolf is a legend in his and a few of his other small minded followers.
sewells, the real "insult" and the only "fact" that should be obvious to all but the most naive on this board, is that you continually try to pass off your biased and unsubstantiated claims as facts.
As months pass by, your posts are becoming less factual and more delusional. You are egomaniac who has become obsessed with hearing his own voice and whose life revolves around a 2 bit mining company. A sad picture indeed.
And yes, you have definitely earned this "criticism"
You might want to re-read your earlier post on this thread containing your swamp land analogy. I think you pretty much presented your findings as a "sure thing".
Maybe if you had stated that the only ones who have benefited thus far from RBY's incompetent management (among other things) were short term traders you would have been correct.
Instead you insinuate, that based on your speculative analysis, RBY is a "no brainer" of an investment.
Simple and correct thinking is good. Simple by itself, not so much.
Sewells seems to forget that the majority of development in Florida has been done using swamp land.
That short of depends on how successful you have been with short term trades in this speculative venture. As far as investment is concerned, this has been a major loser for most.