The grade will be what it will be and it is crazy to spend so much time speculating on it. I am sure there are more important things related to this mine anyway.
You did not miss anything. the 14 number is something that is being made up by the so called make pretend pumpers. Of course these pumpers have shown their true color so many times, that they can hard be considered true pumpers. Even a pumper has to be able to tell the truth sometime. Lets take a wait and see position on the grade and sometime down the road, a few months from now we may get a true number.
Yeah they think they can keep on piling on debt just our government and there will be no consequences. Oh my will they ever wake up to a shock one day.
Yeah but as you must have made a minor observation by now, speculation will not cut it. You are a big dreamer but many dreams do not come true. Take note this time and you will save yourself the mistakes you usually make.
"Adding more debt or bankruptcy". Adding more debt in such a situation as this only makes bankruptcy a certainty. They just buy some time.
I do not know how many more crisis situations may have to take place for the naive to wake up to the fact that gold is not a safe haven, never has been, and probably never will be. Clearly the one time Goldman employee is not all that concerned about profits because he is lining his own pocket along the way and has little concern for stockholders. That is not too much different from how the CEO of Rby behaves. Gold selling at the current prices most likely does not allow those larger mines to come up with a profit anyway.
Even if you are right, that will do little for this stock. You seem to think grade is everything. This is in line with your narrow minded way of thinking. You will find out soon enough. You will see. Truth be known a higher grade may be already included in the stock price.
If I thought that Rby would ever see $5.00 a share again or anything close to it I would not object to paying $1.02, $.99 or even $1.25 per share. However I seriously doubt that a price like that will never happen. A lot is going to have to happen to cause this stock to ever see $2 a share.
That is easy to say now. But should the stock fall to $.60 a share you might be singing a different tune. Lots of people say buy a stock when it is cheap. But few if any can ever explain what is cheap.