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geomessenger_2000 72 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 26, 2014 5:56 PM Member since: Feb 6, 2000
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  • geomessenger_2000 by geomessenger_2000 Jul 26, 2014 5:56 PM Flag

    lets pretend it will turn out fine...
    and we have created a system with good and smart folks at the top...
    while all the evidence suggests otherwise...and the maelstrom grows faster...

    good luck with your escape and safety plans...folks...

    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 by geomessenger_2000 Jul 25, 2014 5:58 PM Flag

    left leg or right leg amputated?
    solar energy to earth versus mars?
    satellite gravity interpretation of pore water hundreds of miles beneath satellite?
    my health needs versus the "average" needs?
    what kind of weapon of mass distruction is sold to who by whom?
    the actual difference between a republican and a democratic politician in action?

    good thing we're all friends...

    geo

  • Reply to

    where have all the flowers gone...

    by geomessenger_2000 Jul 23, 2014 8:40 AM
    geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Jul 25, 2014 11:01 AM Flag

    ah..."box cut"...$500/ton ore sought...share volume and price up again this morning...
    the campfire is throwing off a flurry of sparks...overwhelming the glowing insects...
    ha...

    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 by geomessenger_2000 Jul 25, 2014 10:48 AM Flag

    most likely, landslides are the biggest worry....

    hopes for the safety of all those in the vicinity...

    "nature is a harsh mistress"...

    and man and beast plug on...

    geo

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  • Reply to

    another fine mess you got us in ollie

    by edmundaronson Jul 25, 2014 7:24 AM
    geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Jul 25, 2014 10:00 AM Flag

    edmund...right here and now...Pretium is (IMO) a vastly better buy than Couer...

    the deposit can be mined at a profit...with the funds in hand...and the current shareholders
    do not need...nor likely should ever need to go for additional funding hat in hand...to eek
    value from their tenement rights...

    yep...the Pretium management has its game plan...which seems convoluted to me...but
    that is only because they and we are operating in a most convoluted political world...right now...

    grade and sunk costs to get a door to those higher grades are what counts most...
    where the thing goes from that situation IS the poker game...

    debt, market volatility, and political intrigue are burdens that make the job work, rather than joy...

    high grade in hand equals joy...

    geo

  • Reply to

    we have to bypass the "gatekeepers"

    by geomessenger_2000 Jul 20, 2014 11:07 PM
    geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Jul 24, 2014 8:50 PM Flag

    somebody noticed...GORO...

    print your cloud of points...notice those outside the bounds of the cloud...inspect those...

    they are the winners AND the losers...AND you can tell which are which...

    ANOMALIES are important...the cloud of similars are NOT...

    and TIME is the ONE other factor that we ignore to our detriment...

    the fourth dimension...

    maybe the Twilight Zone and Rod Serling control that...

    ah ha...regardless...GORO has the stage right now...CDE does not...

    geo

  • Reply to

    where have all the flowers gone...

    by geomessenger_2000 Jul 23, 2014 8:40 AM
    geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Jul 23, 2014 3:38 PM Flag

    While the Jones boy is skipping along the sidewalk, Senor Friedland's safari seems to be on a
    sudden rebound this afternoon.

    Light on the horizon of the "heart of darkness" or just some fireflys?

    We'll see, eh, vcaritas. Take care,

    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 by geomessenger_2000 Jul 23, 2014 8:58 AM Flag

    you're going to have to "frack"...
    if you organize doing it sooner...you'll have insider engineers...doing it and regulating it...
    if you await the political imperative...you, your economy AND your environment will LOSE...

    for sure...reality is TOO big for political BS and virtual tinkering...

    wealth is still measured in units of work...real output of ENERGY which produces everything else...

    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 by geomessenger_2000 Jul 23, 2014 8:40 AM Flag

    y'all think rare earths, niobium, molybdenum and uranium are better than precious metal games?

    only if you play their explorer price volatility well...IMO...

    be agile...very agile...AND very open minded...

    geo

  • Reply to

    Facts talk; B.S. walks

    by snook_lite Jul 22, 2014 9:53 AM
    geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Jul 22, 2014 4:28 PM Flag

    on the way, they can play "Appalachian Spring" on their walkmans...I suppose...

    ah, geo...you're imagination is politically incorrect...once again...

    also reflecting upon those whom are "snookered"...of course...

    happy trails and wild travails...

    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 by geomessenger_2000 Jul 22, 2014 9:58 AM Flag

    to really make a new gold mine?

    Pretium is already there sampling the high grade. And they have a shelf registration for how much
    additional capital raising? How much instantaneously needed to continue to play around before
    really mining the goodies?

    Ah...perhaps some of the goodies are still in the shareholders' pockets as coin?

    Gold rush for the easy to get goodies....

    Some folks that drop in hereabouts sometimes mention that too...

    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 by geomessenger_2000 Jul 20, 2014 11:07 PM Flag

    "Insofar as the New Mine Plan contains a preliminary economic analysis that is based, in part, on inferred mineral resources, the New Mine Plan does not have as high a level of certainty as would a plan that was based solely on proven and probable reserves.Inferred mineral resources are considered too speculative geologically to have the economic considerations applied to them that would enable them to be considered for estimation of mineral reserves, and there is no certainty that the inferred mineral resources will be realized."

    There's no certainty that the projected costs and product prices will be realized, either. Mining it closer
    to the known financial structure seems at least as reasonable as spending money extending that production
    into the future. Too bad they didn't figure this out sooner. Goro continues to turn money back to its
    shareholders, as dividends. They operate knowing there are only best guesses, not sure things. Perhaps
    Goro has good management, good engineers and good exploration staff? Or are they just lucky, and CDE
    just unlucky?

    I dunno. Time has told, and time will continue to tell. Perhaps the rules (hoops) imposed upon folks
    make it difficult for those folks to prosper? Perhaps we could all do with less folks looking over our
    shoulders and telling us what to do in our fields of expertise? Maybe simpler would produce better
    focus on the part of everyone?

    geo

  • Reply to

    show me...

    by geomessenger_2000 Jul 18, 2014 12:57 PM
    geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Jul 19, 2014 9:36 PM Flag

    someday...lpet...change IS possible...

    I'll be watching for that.

    Good luck,

    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 by geomessenger_2000 Jul 18, 2014 12:57 PM Flag

    why AEM's share price should not continue to outperform CDE's...
    over the next six months as it has over the past six months...

    the past significantly...by the way...

    yep...just one metric...but...meaningful...eh?

    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 by geomessenger_2000 Jul 9, 2014 8:44 AM Flag

    that is the thought process that MAY start a huge upward price run for CDE...
    whenever CDE produces a turn around glimmer for the average investor...

    so...therein lies the conundrum...is CDE, a star sapphire, a fine ruby, or something else...
    and does that matter at all to its share price?

    we shall see...and it is intriguing to continue to watch...

    and see which bench of tools the gemologist is walking towards...

    ha...the time for action is likely NOW...if it isn't somewhat belated already...

    geo

  • Reply to

    CDE will pull back to $8/sh

    by b.csky Jul 8, 2014 7:56 PM
    geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Jul 9, 2014 8:07 AM Flag

    bcsky...yep...CDE's chart pattern is as you say...but the $hui shows a lower new year's low than its
    more recent one...an upward trend...

    I do not own CDE shares nor am I likely to change that soon. They have underperformed many
    other companies in this sector, and your interpretation of where their price might go is not a
    particularly uncommon investor sentiment. Why fight the trends?

    So...good luck to you too...if we keep all the different scales in view, we may pick up a few crumbs...

    geo

  • Reply to

    CDE will pull back to $8/sh

    by b.csky Jul 8, 2014 7:56 PM
    geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Jul 8, 2014 9:19 PM Flag

    the trend is NOT down for many of the precious metals miners...even the $HUI/$SPX ratio has had
    a double bottom...and is now well above its second low...in my interpretation meaning that regardless
    the overall market gyrations, my investment in good precious metals miners should outperform my
    investment in many decent market performers...going forward from here...

    our perspectives diverge hugely...

    may mine be right...

    geo

  • Reply to

    freeze the links...

    by geomessenger_2000 Jul 7, 2014 10:09 PM
    geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Jul 8, 2014 8:58 PM Flag

    sam...I appreciate that perspective...it does not fail the rhyme test of some other things I
    think I know...but I had interpreted some others perhaps wrongly, in retrospect...

    of course, I know the Santa Fe community Ortiz cultural environment...and talk about pipe dreams...
    perhaps that should have been sufficient in itself...

    still...as an explorer with parallel goals and enthusiasms...I wish all those attempting this
    almost impossible dream of recovering wealth from mother earth success in their
    endeavors...and being judgemental about the techniques attempted is not my favorite
    occupation...even if I know I would do it differently...

    and ... nope ... I have not, nor had, financial skin in this particular corporate game...

    thanks again...

    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Jul 8, 2014 1:42 PM Flag

    mainly...the pgm game involves what happens in South Africa and the timing of perceptions
    regarding that...after the damaging strike on some of the pgm miners, a second larger ranging
    strike trying to match that settlement is occurring...and these strikes are damaging South
    Africa's ability to get and make capital investments that will expand its quality job base...

    IF South Africa survives all this, there are two companies that are well positioned to produce
    pgm's profitably from their new northern Bushveld deposits...PLG and IVN.to...both are led
    by exceptional folks and are partnered with Asiatic brain and money folks...AND their new
    deposits are EXCEPTIONAL in thickness with great grades...Ivanhoe's Robert Friedland's track
    record is phenomenal...listen to PLG's latest presentation...and hear the excitement in M. Jones'
    voice as he verbally drifts on about the new drilling on the flexure gravity targets (dense rocks)
    that I think he thinks will report even more exceptional results very shortly...and PLG doesn't
    need those for its program to be successful (current mine ongoing and future better northern
    Bushveld deposit)...

    IF these SA deposits are green lighted by decent political climate...no need for me to mess with
    the little nickel pgm games I've got in my idea back pockets...and I have not dropped a single
    share of my PLG and IVPAF holdings which are huge...look at the charts and use your
    chart skills...IF these SA deposits and the other SA pgm mines shut down...then y'all will
    need to use your investigation skills to understand the range of these deposits...and that
    most will be as coproduct with nickel sulfide deposits...and history suggests to me that
    many of those will be very small high grade pods in a few special belts around the world...

    but, for me, most of my mining bucks are in shares of Platinum Group Metals and Ivanhoe
    Mines (Friedland's African adventures)...more than gold, silver and the like...

    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 by geomessenger_2000 Jul 7, 2014 10:09 PM Flag

    we are what we are, eh pat?...

    time...place...experiences...linkages...

    timmins...tucumcari...truth or consequences...

    good luck on Mogollon...ya' need a tramway...and a favorable community at its base...
    and a geophysical means of exploring the mountain for the expanded vein in the favorable
    volcanic unit...

    and perhaps the same geophysics down in the Summit...

    ya' got the rest...enthusiasm, capability, the right places and the right rocks...

    ya' were castaway from the guys on the beach...which is fine, IMO...

    but ya' still have roots...that's all right...

    good luck,

    geo

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