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geomessenger_2000 88 posts  |  Last Activity: 9 hours ago Member since: Feb 6, 2000
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  • geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 9 hours ago Flag

    ah, so...the price ratio of McDonald's to Coeur's price change since New Years is just about 4...how spectacular is that for a theoretically mature company peddling an American
    favorite, now around the world? silver and gold have a longer history of world wide use...

    even retired, Ronald is doing better than Dobie's sidekick...golden arch-rivals?...

    or something...it is gonna rain on our parade here soon enough...about time for
    El Nino to kick up its heels and diminish our drought...

    cheers,
    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 15 hours ago Flag

    sure would be nice to own the McDonalds franchise on the southside edge of Tonopah...

    beat the heck out of mining profits...

    geo

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    geo

    by edmundaronson 18 hours ago
    geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 17 hours ago Flag

    edmund...5 years 'till production from flatreef maybe...1.75 billion clams front end...a lot for even the jefe
    to manage...but it will be a game changer...no doubt about it...

    the mining game is now totally about access to electricity...energy is big time...already, the Northern Nevada
    miners built one power plant...before Tesla's germ of an idea and throw weight changed that game...and
    South Africa has no reasonable way to advance its mining without changing its structure to make Eskom
    work and/or to allow alternates...and around the world, big miners are making that adjustment...Mexico
    even recognizes that it needs to revamp its upstream O&G procedures...which will produce downstream
    new Mexican sources of natgas for new turbine electricity generation...

    mining will not be about labor costs, but rather in-house power facility capital, going forward from here...
    and none of us can afford the political nonsense of our electric utility situations...whether in Texas, Ontario
    or South Africa...our politicians are all a crazy lot of paid government middle men by paid corporate
    middlemen...the regulators are no longer fair referees...

    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Sep 16, 2014 9:06 AM Flag

    edmund...I assume you own some west kirkland...question...pgm? where/what?

  • geomessenger_2000 by geomessenger_2000 Sep 15, 2014 9:28 PM Flag

    can you imagine that, as a simple investor?

    that various elements migrate, some vertically to the surface from depth...

    that old faults reactivate with new equilibrium conditions after the ice retreats...

    that features like those can be seen (measured) by their modifying the earth's surface...

    that reading these situations is more artistry than using "technical charts" to predict market changes...

    that all of these type hard to prove situations are worth doing...

    the equation science does not yet exist...BUT dedicated artistry fills the gap...when it is applied...

    it doesn't much matter what you believe...only what the rest of us apply...successfully...

    consider it always DONE...follow the SUN...

    or breathe the COAL dust...

    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 by geomessenger_2000 Sep 15, 2014 11:56 AM Flag

    price keeps climbing now...

    he can't be blue about that...

    with a focus these days upon Africa...

    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 by geomessenger_2000 Sep 12, 2014 2:38 PM Flag

    your winning lottery ticket is on its way...

    as was my fortune in my latest fortune cookie...which was completely empty...

    smile....

    geo

  • Reply to

    tesla elecrtric car battery plant to nevada

    by edmundaronson Sep 12, 2014 6:31 AM
    geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Sep 12, 2014 8:27 AM Flag

    no personal income tax...revenue comes from business and property taxes...which means those are
    the support for all the expansion of services necessary to a rapid population growth...and or migration...

    if the new company doesn't pay its fair share from the gitgo...who will be expected to support those
    new services from the gitgo?....

    ya' all listen to the lies the politicians keep telling...and the average guy is more and more enslaved...IMO...

    geo

  • Reply to

    tesla elecrtric car battery plant to nevada

    by edmundaronson Sep 12, 2014 6:31 AM
    geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Sep 12, 2014 7:59 AM Flag

    total bullfeathers, edmund...
    the plant will be at Fernley...and that is a small town east of Reno...to support commutes from
    the Reno area, the Interstate will require expansion...at least 15 miles along the Truckee River
    Valley...an expensive proposition...plus one to the other closest small town...Fallon...and all
    the support facilities...schools, etc, that will be required...who do you think will initlally pay for
    the costs of all of that?....those big thinking politicians giving away breaks when the facilities
    will bring huge new costs to the folks already there...it is pure fraud...IMO..at least tax the
    newcomers same as everyone else...

    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Sep 10, 2014 9:57 AM Flag

    edmund...would that make you "the well seasoned investor"?...

    this thread is wearing thin...so many entertaining folks were once posting...
    once upon a time this was an oasis...now it is only a mud hole...
    and we few are the last of the toads where once hippos dwelt...

    Hecla and other environments do call...that is positive...

    and coal is only yelling into the wind...

    keep on keeping on with your program, ed...wherever that may take you...

    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Sep 9, 2014 12:26 PM Flag

    geez, what a view from Mt. Lincoln... with all those little mines...with Fairplay,
    Leadville and Breckenridge out there and down below...those miners were a
    hearty lot, indeed...

    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Sep 9, 2014 12:18 PM Flag

    zinc or swim, edmund?...been looking at metal trends while on the beach?...

    ah...so...your silver bull can be a better play than some of the others, eh?

    explains your look into Ivanhoe, too...

    wonder what is out there still in Leadville...Gilman...

    cheerio,

    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Sep 9, 2014 10:46 AM Flag

    a good move, IMO...edmund...

  • geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Sep 9, 2014 8:39 AM Flag

    edmund...they only need worry about perception if they are soliciting for more cash...

    IF they can operate and get positive cash flow from that...both survival and expansion are in the cards...

    IF not, they are at a financial competitive disadvantage...

    SPIN doesn't matter with this BIG guy, IMO...just do it will work fine...

    geo

  • Reply to

    insider buying by management and director

    by edmundaronson Sep 6, 2014 2:46 AM
    geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Sep 6, 2014 4:51 PM Flag

    These guys have much of their financial future tied up with CDE. Wouldn't it be wise
    for them to invest much of their capital savings in some other companies and sectors?
    Bravado sometimes is useful, but probably not in this case. I doubt that such would change
    coal's, edmund's, or geo's actual and/or herein posted attitudes toward CDE. Sarcasm
    about this share buying is just one more of your wasted efforts, coal. But, then my reply
    may well be the same thing. Ah, well...it is what it is...as the saying goes.

    geo

  • Reply to

    It is about the silver price future.

    by geomessenger_2000 Sep 5, 2014 11:12 AM
    geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Sep 5, 2014 3:18 PM Flag

    edmund...your investigative reporting is exceptionally thorough...and certainly valuable to some
    of us...CDE is not in a position to be hyping any of its activities...and no larger established
    companies with the breadth of CDE's activities wish to advertise those (except to manipulate
    other competitive corporate high-ups on the golf course...poker in the sun)...and no telling
    what interpretations might be placed on that knowledge?....such as mine...here and now...

    I believe that CDE is envisioning one of these alternative scenarios in its future...continued
    precious metal price stagnation OR very soon sharp price escalation...and they know which,
    and betting on the favorable is the only viable situation at this stage...

    almost the same as the individual putting his money into the market...because the bank deposit
    pays nothing and has now downside after Cyprus and our current leadership philosophies...

    geo

  • Reply to

    It is about the silver price future.

    by geomessenger_2000 Sep 5, 2014 11:12 AM
    geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Sep 5, 2014 2:42 PM Flag

    Edmund...CDE has brought money to these parties...and obtained interests for that. The
    groups involved needed funds to accomplish their exploration plans and be able to follow up and
    survive a longer time if things don't turn around soon, and this kind of joint venture MAY provide
    that. When those costs escalate rapidly, it really does make financial/engineering minds worry
    and pull the plug before what needed to be done is completed. Things can get very ugly, very
    fast under financially stressed situations in the exploration/development world. Experience speaks,
    here. Paint your wagon...and leave the ghost town behind you.

    geo

  • Reply to

    It is about the silver price future.

    by geomessenger_2000 Sep 5, 2014 11:12 AM
    geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Sep 5, 2014 2:30 PM Flag

    Edmund...CDE still hasn't shown that it can make a profit in the current conditions with its
    current mines. So, it has changed up its operational plans-emphasizing focus on grass roots
    exploration activities which it hasn't had much of before. Think Sunshine Mining, Pirquitas in
    Argentina, and then right before failing, emphasizing the addition of a grass roots exploration
    project near Austin, Nevada. This kind of vibrating and emphasis on new direction has been
    a harbinger of top management losing faith and focus, which has sped declines in my experience.
    I didn't wish to get so explicit, but YOU asked. We'll see how it turns out.

    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 by geomessenger_2000 Sep 5, 2014 11:12 AM Flag

    If the price does not have an ascendancy into $24 within this year, it seems to me that CDE will
    not be able to maintain the agressive exploration support stance that it has recently adopted. That
    may be CDE's bet. If so, it appears to be contrarian even to the usually bullish "gold bugs" current
    attitudes. Is this a desperation move or a prescient one? I hope for prescience.

    One thing seems certain. With Tesla's move into Reno, operational costs in Northern Nevada will
    surely escalate, and that would seem to create some additional adversity for that mining community. Timing
    is everything, eh?

    geo

  • geomessenger_2000 geomessenger_2000 Sep 4, 2014 10:27 AM Flag

    Mike Jones should soon know if his proposed "M" zone deposit creates the gravity anomaly in the
    Platinum Group Metals northern Bushveld extension area they are exploring. Seems as if there
    could eventuate quite the race between the two mine development groups for access to all the
    other resources needed to make the mines develop faster and more profitably. I hold shares in
    both, but the shallower nature of PLG's deposit could give it an edge. We'll see.

    geo

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