Rgeorge...Not bailing out just think it's had a nice run and will get back in on a pull back....Still like Co. and where it's going...All the new fund buyers have finally lit a fire under Tose'....Wouldn't surprise me if it's bought out......Kept 7500 shares.....Will replenish if I'm right and we retrace a little....GLTA
Sold a lot of my position the last 2 days..Just a guess but i think it should pull back before we go over $4....But what do I know? Down to 7500 shares....They'll probably announce a BuyOut with my Luck...GLTA
ANNAPOLIS, Md., March 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- TeleCommunication Systems (TCS) (TSYS), a world leader in secure and highly reliable wireless communication technology, today announced that it has expanded the size of its board of directors from eight to nine members with the appointments of Don C. Bell, III and Michael P. Madon. The Board also has elected Weldon H. Latham to be lead independent director, and TCS Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Richard A. Young has resigned from the Board. The appointments and resignation became effective on March 1, 2015.
Technology entrepreneur Don Bell has been a private investor since 2011. He is currently a board director of Wireless Telecom Group (WTT). Previously in his career, he co-founded and subsequently sold an internet marketing firm, has been a member of the investment banking division of Goldman Sachs and a senior executive at Goldman Sachs Capital Partners portfolio companies.
Michael Madon is a seasoned cyber and intelligence professional. Before joining RedOwl Analytics as vice president, he was the Deputy Assistant Secretary in the U.S. Treasury's Office of Intelligence and Analysis (OIA).
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Great news.....The question is what do they know that we don't?? Now that all this "smart money" is in ...let's get to $4 soon. glta
Roger that Passion....Hopefully $4 and beyond...Where no mans (Tose') gone before.....Just a hunch... they talk to Cisco.
Never mind....I read the filing....Looks like their 6.56% ownership can be added to .Blackrock...6.2% Becker...6.7% and Cannell...6.48%.......Would love to know what the grand plan is....Buyout north of $5.....I have a dream....
Nel....Looks like the fire has finally been lit under Tose' and Mgt.'s butt......Great news....Maybe get to see some of that "Shareholder Value" they've been building for so long. GLTA.....S/B an interesting CC on Thurs.
Nice.......Blackrock...6.2% Becker...6.7% and Cannell...6.48%.....So are we all BAGHOLDERS for Tose' or is something BIG going to finally happen??? Guess we'll all have to stick around....Hopefully not for another 5 years.(speaking for myself)...GLTA
Fekola Development Project - Mali
On October 3, 2014, the Company completed the scheme of arrangement by which B2Gold acquired all of the issued ordinary shares of Papillon Resources Limited ("Papillon"). The Company is committed to advancing Papillon's Fekola Project and expects that a significant portion of its Otjikoto Mine construction team will provide the core construction team for Fekola. Based on current assumptions and subject to completion of financing and mine construction, the Fekola Project has the potential to increase the Company's annual gold production by approximately 300,000 ounces per year.
Early construction activity is planned to begin at Fekola in February 2015. Assessment of construction equipment needs and mobilization planning for personnel is currently underway. Early works that are planned include: construction of a new site access road, construction of an on-site airstrip designed to allow personnel to fly directly in and out of site, commencement of camp construction and commencement of excavations within the mill footprint.
The Company is also assessing and optimizing the feasibility work previously completed by Papillon. This includes: reviewing the optimal grind size and throughput rate, optimal size and configuration of the mills, assessing the mine plan and potential use of mine contractors, reviewing Health, Safety and Environmental controls, power alternatives and general site layout configurations. Upon completion of these assessments, the Company plans to release an updated mineral resource estimate and final feasibility study for the Fekola Project in the second quarter of 2015.
The exploration program in Mali will include 19,300 meters of drilling at Fekola and targets around Fekola. In addition, other properties included in the Papillon acquisition will also be evaluated. The total budget for 2015 will be $5.6 million.
Looking forward to reading it.....It seems that as long as I've held this stock it's been promises promises..and heartbreak after heartbreak.......Just give us another Q....Robust order Pipeline....All our patents are worth $$xyz....We've partnered with this one and that one which will open up new channels for sales....and the famous line of all....Building "SHAREHOLDER VALUE". I'm still here because there seems to be enormous potential but they never quite close the deal. .... Very frustrating to say the least....I stil think that the 2 funds recently buying over 6% each will finally ignite SOMETHING and we won't be hearing the same old same old come Feb. 5th....GLTA
Gold climbed $17.20 or 1.35% to $1,292.70 per ounce yesterday and silver rose $0.24 or 1.36% to $17.93 per ounce.
Spot gold bullion climbed as much as 0.6 percent to $1,303.63 an ounce and traded at $1,300.28 in late morning trade in London. On the Comex in New York futures for February delivery gained 0.5 percent to $1,300.50.
Gold surpassed $1,300 an ounce for the first time since August on IMF warnings of sluggish global growth which is likely to bring about more QE from central banks increasing gold’s safe haven appeal and indeed demand. With the ECB close to announcing more QE and euro printing tomorrow, gold’s outlook looks positive for the rest of 2015. However, we would be nervous in the short term. There could be a ‘buy the rumour, sell the news’ reaction and gold could correct after its recent gains in anticipation of EU QE. Any pullback would represent a buying opportunity for those seeking to diversify and hedge euro and other currency risk.
It is important to remember that during the U.S. Fed’s QE, gold rose 70 percent in dollar terms from December 2008 through June 2011, when the Federal Reserve pumped more than $2 trillion into the financial system in its bond buying programs. Similar gains should be seen in gold in euro terms in the coming months.
Gold demand has picked up markedly in recent days. This is seen in the surge in the gold ETF holdings and dealers and mints also report a pickup in demand.
The world’s largest gold ETF, SPDR Gold Shares GLD, reported another inflow yesterday, of 11.4 tonnes. That has taken its holdings to their highest since late October, at 742.2 tonnes, up from a six-year low of 704.8 tonnes in early January.
I would say more just a pullback from the recent run up....Healthy for stock...If u think the price gold is going north....Buy the dips. gl
Hey Marty....Came across your latest article regarding our little "POS" at Seeking Alpha....Interesting read....I hope your right.....Been waiting for the BIG PAYOFF for years.......Considering how long our beloved "leader" and his Crew have been building "shareholder" value we should be north of $10 bucks by now.....Thanks for the encouraging article.... Here's to 2015....I'll settle for $5.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I don't know why Yahoo deleted info in previous thread regarding Cannell and Becker Drapkin filing form SC 13D with SEC.....For any newbies thinking of buying look it up for yourselves...