I also agree that Claude IS NOT going bankrupt.
But, I also don't believe Claude is going to the moon in the next 24 hours.
There could be a short lived POP in the stock followed by a DROP in the stock.
How's that for cornball?
You do know that Claude has a history of selling assets and buying them back at triple for what they originally sold them for. Do your Amisk homework. While you're doing that, I'll take some Claude profit and continue to build a position in that other company who now controls a good portion of the Red Lake area.
Clearly not saying that Claude would re-engage in another desperation liquidation. Merely stating that IF Claude could buy back Madsen, they would most likely pay considerably more to reacquire than what they originally sold it for. Thus, as a shareholder, I would benefit from the share price. Nothing wrong with making a profit.
Apparently, someone followed my lead today and got while the getting was good.
The gap between the Ask/Bid has widened considerably.
"Laughable. We already know that Q1 production was blowout."
LTF: What's really laughable is as a result of the production carry-over from Q4, I fully expect Q1 numbers to be blown out of proportion as in DISTORTED.
Rah Rah Sis Boom Bah!
Go Claude Go!
Claude is the best thing to come along since the invention of the bikini.
To the moon Alice.
Mr. Peeps: You're right about one thing, the stock has retreated the past few days prior to the Q1 release.
Perhaps, it's time to hire a new group of cheerleaders.
Come on ladies!
All together now - rah rah sis boom bah - Go Claude.
I've managed to profit by selling a lot of low cost basis shares during this run up.
However, unfortunately, I'm still holding too many shares of higher cost basis stock.
Feels more like an enema.
You might want to wait until the stock gets back to 45 before backing up the truck.
This reminds me a few years ago when they didn't meet their 3rd Q production goal due to a lightning strike.
Anyone here remember that?
Told you this would get back to 45.
Actually, it went to 43 on Schwab so, I bought at 44.
Now, you can back the truck up.
Care to join me in a game of penny flippers?
Thanks for wishing me good luck trying to "TALK" it down.
The shares I sold at 61, I bought back today at 44.