This sounds like a lot of reality and GMM is never going to join the real world. He is having far too much fun in his imaginary world. He probably really hopes to own some of this stock someday.
That first pour could be a long time coming while they keep needing and finding ways to dig up more cash.
Show me when I said management is great. This must be ddd again. Did you take your meds today? Get off those drugs and you might make it.
Yeah but just think, I could be wrong as much as you are. Do you really want me to make an #$%$ of you once more? I have made one of you now much more than I normally do. I have no problem backing you in the corner and making a fool of you and I can keep it up if you wish. One would think you would gradually grow tired of advertising your ignorance on a public board, but you never do.
Why would they need $12 million to explore a property that has long been explored? They spent hundreds of millions as it was exploring F2. That $12 million is for Adams Lake or one of the other properties. At least that is my understanding.
The risk remaining to get to production. Now that is the big item. We do not want to overlook this.
It very well could be that the investing public anticipate a favorable ruling and that is built into the current price. I have thought that for some time. That would also be part of the reason for the big pull back in the price yesterday.
Grassy Narrows loses Supreme Court logging rights decision
SCC finds that Province of Ontario has jurisdiction over logging not First Nation or Federal government
The Canadian Press Posted: Jul 11, 2014 9:05 AM ET Last Updated: Jul 11, 2014 10:01 AM ET
Supreme Court to decide on Grassy Narrows logging dispute
Grassy Narrows takes logging fight to Supreme Court
Grassy Narrows First Nation on alert for logging
Treaty vs. title: First Nations' new Tsilhqot'in choice
Read the Supreme Court's decision
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The Supreme Court of Canada has upheld the Ontario government's right to permit industrial logging on the Grassy Narrows First Nation's traditional lands.
Friday's 7-0 ruling comes on the heels of a historic judgment in the Tsilhqot'in case in British Columbia that changed the way governments must deal with First Nations over land where aboriginal title is claimed.
You are right. And yes JP Morgan said they had seen enough of the gold run for today so they are slapping it back down. We may see $1318 again soon.
Just how much can this company do with $12 million to discover gold on another property? They will spend many times that much before they know there is any gold to speak of on another property. They burn through that amount of cash very fast.
Sewells I am sure I forgot more logic than you could ever know and still have about 5 times as much as you can ever expect to have. Again you use so darn many words and still did not say anything. I repeat that gold has no intrinsic value. And I am sure we both know what that really means. Maybe you would like the statement that gold has no fundamental value. That has been said many times before too. They both are correct. It is such a useless commodity, that many people go all the way through life and never own any. You can not eat it, automobiles do not run on it, and it really serves no purpose other than some folks are fascinated with it.
Damn stock, you have been hitting the nail on the head. I expected the stock to pull back today but not by this much. This is nasty.
This would be true as far as you are concerned because the rise and fall of gold only has one direction in your opinion. I t only rises and I think someone has to tell you when that takes. Place you can not observe when it falls. You also miss the point that gold has no intrinsic value and never has. The only value it has is imaginary at best. We have seen too much of the long haul and it has proved that it is not any sort of store of value. O f course your long haul is between 2001 and today.
If you pull your head out of your #$%$ you will be able to read them on the internet. You are not helpless, but you do need to remove your head from that dark cave.
You do not get paid what you use to get paid. It is all relative. Just one more thing you can not observe.
Where how stable is gold if it was at $1900 in September 2011? Is that stable? Think before you open your mouth. The dollar still buys a dollars worth. Salaries are much higher than they were a decade ago. You once again want your cake and eat too. Give up Sewell, you have tried to bury the dollar for 4 years or longer. Take note it is not going to happen. It is the real money. Each time the quacks get all excited when the dollar seeps below 80 it comes right back. You would think you clowns would get tired of making fools of yourself but it just does not happen. I suspect it has a lot to do with your complete lack of ability to make the simply observations that most can make.