In the movies good always prevails. No longer believe it for real life (no good deed ever goes unpunished) but I still have a little hope. Very little.
It does seem to me to be another nail in the coffin of the US Dollar being the world's reserve currency.
I wonder. I wondered what would happen to silver prices when it started trading on Hong Kong but nothing seems to have happened. The bankers are truly global.
You know what they say about assuming, you are wrong, I have been in sales many years. And I disagree that over promising and under delivering has nothing to do with ethics - it depends on whether he knew it when he made the promise. Just my opinion.
Well, we got the volume today ...smile. Unfortunately, looks like those who sold when there was "none" came out ahead. And it looks like shorts made out like bandits. I'm getting very discouraged with miners. That's a good sign. When I give up and sell all, they will take off.
I thought the market was always thinking ahead? Well, I think it will come back before year end. And they are paying a dividend to help in the wait.
Anne Day purchased 979 shares on January 17 pursuant to a purchase/ownership plan. Anne Day currently holds 6,412 shares or less than 0.1% of the company. Anne Day is AuRico's Vice President of Investor Relations and Communications.
Not my other miners. While all but one of mine are down, this is my second biggest loser. Maybe I just know how to pick em. But I watch several and it seems this is down more than most. Maybe give names?
I see nothing wrong with asking this question of long time holders. He comes across as ethical, truthful but I am a new holder so not sure. That is probably one of the few useful purposes of these boards is to find out how other holders view things like that. Does he over-promise and under-deliver, or the opposite? This is, in essense, asking if this company has good management, do they earn their pay? I would like to hear the opinions of those who have followed this stock for at least a year, preferably more.
As one mostly invested in precious metals miners, "no action" is rather appreciated. I've seen some serious losses in my other investments, so called.
It seems everyone out there expects pretty bad news (1/3 the profit of a year ago?). I would guess that has already been pretty much factored into the current price. Is there any reason to hope for good news, and if not, then when? Thanks, this is an honest question not bashing or pumping.
Was this is reply to my question regarding what is the percentage of OCF of our first dividend? If so, I don't get it.