Will this have a negative effect on Sigma's potential business with GE?
Did you read the part that says GNLD will apply for environmental permits next quarter now that the feasability study has been completed? You are right about Molycorp, but this is a different animal with different trainers.
"Probable reserves" - another government bit of foolishness. The company lawyers could invent other terms as "estimated," "projected," etc.. Isn't this really only an attack on the depletion allowance?
Does not need to be an exhibitor to explain value of CIAB. Probably awaiting test results in lab animals and on to testing of people patients before presenting scientific paper. Why waste money on a booth? Besides big pharma and researchers most likely are already aware of what Pharmacyte is doing. The real action is behind the scenes.
When PGH was a Canroy, the company was considered as having derivative kinds of investments and risks, not necessarily dependent on oil and gas for income, I think. This might account for some of management's current thinking and they see new opportunities for investments and acquisitions. With all the crazy wars and forming alliances in the Middle East, Far East, the Russian sphere of influence, even in the Americas and the United States, PGH managers probably see, know, and now use some facts and trends that the average investor does not know.
Which imbecile are you talking about?
Casey, You are obviously worried. Fishing is good for the soul and is much cheaper than spending time on a shrink's sofa. Go fishing for a few days, and spit on the hook for luck. Cheers!
Is it possible the company managers know something that you don't know?
Key word: "acquisitions." What are they buying? Shale fields in Texas? New fields in Belize? Before you get too upset you might ask these questions.
Supposedly you know that this company began as an oil trust that was paying a dividend as high as 14.5% eight or nine years ago. When it was incorporated, it reduced the dividend considerably and has done so again. If you want a corporation that does not pay a dividend, there are plenty of them out there. Maybe you should take a look.
Notice one of the departures is retiring........ for health reasons? Who knows? He probably sold a bunch of shares............. not unusual for a retiree to do so. The other departing executive might have, too.