My forecast is the same. Gold will stay in 1200-1300 range through the whole year. No serious drops below 1200. Small intra-day fluctuations are possible; large breakdown doesn't come up.
PS: It is just a forecast, folks. Take it easy. ROFL
Wait for summer, Kiddo, and buy oil. That's the best opportunity coming this year. Do your DD. Buy financially solid companies only.
Who cares about drilling hits now? Only those stuck in past. Old glory of bulls market when a good drilling hit could move stock 10-20% up on release. Old tales.
Btw, talking about sale value, that's better to use than "true value", if MUX peddles Los Azules now then it means the project could be sold for "fire sale" value only. That's the only scenario available in current PM market conditions, esp. applied to MUX situation.
If "prospective buyers were attracted in past" then they would buy it. That's too simple. If no one bought it, even in time when copper price was higher than now, then it means no takers.
That's the fact that cannot be changed by your hollow allusion to deficient "research". Btw, "true value" is another empty notion.
I posted here for long time, moron.
Btw, I don't think agent Warm cares about MUX or about your little paranoia. He posted few months ago on RBY saying that he is not interested at all in these exciting little gems. ROFLMAO
You bought a falling knife. Take profits in time if you are lucky.
TC is burdened by big debts coincided with low copper price. Moly is break-even at best.
It is close to final flop. There are more solid copper miners around.
Hundred hours? Strange. It takes about few minutes to research ddddumbie. Small-size sleazy creature living in the sewage pond.
Market collapse is not coming in near-term. Btw, "market collapses" are rare events and it is not the best idea to make investment moves based on expectations of the collapse.
Go with market in general and make small adjustment based on own expectations; that's the best strategy. This way you will lose few bucks together with market, on some days when it goes down; but you will make more in most other days.
Coming to quiet season one may try a longer forecast, longer than a week. Earnings season ends and next quarter reporting starts in April only.
Economic numbers indicate the same picture: U.S. economy braked in December and grows again now.
Oil price drop caused immediate negative impact on oil industry and related manufacturing. On the other hand, low energy prices have more gradual positive impact on U.S. services and infrastructure related industries.
Q4 growth slowed to 2-2.5% range and Q1 numbers will be about the same. It will be stronger in sprint-summer time.
Positive forward guidance will continue pushing U.S. stock indexes higher, but it cannot go too fast because valuations are already rich. Expect slow climb in S&P within 2100-2150 range.
March is time to re-position portfolio a bit, take profits on winners of last earning session, re-invest gains to more promising equities; all in limited reasonable ways. Don't make any sharp moves next month. Enjoy spring warmth after long frigid winter. Goodluck, boys.
Both "restricted" stock grants and regular stock options are ways to get more cash out of shareholder pockets. It is a well-known fact. Of course, pumpers will never accept this truth. And, of course, it includes the most senior wizard that, by his own words, never pumped RBY. ROFLMAO
The difference between stock grant and stock option is that stock grant completely takes away the fig list that generally used to justify the practice of robbery. Usually, defenders of stock options say that it stimulates management to pursue higher share price. In case of the grant, management can care less about the share price. Of course, it doesn't stop pumpers, led by the most senior pumper, from unconditional support of "our management".
"Zero strike price" stock option is a hilarious euphemism. It should be called stock grant in plain English. In civilized places it is used only when a company hires new CEO. Granting free shares to existing employees means free ride at shareholder expense.