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Paramount Gold and Silver Corp. (PZG) Message Board

monarch6500 352 posts  |  Last Activity: 5 hours ago Member since: Feb 22, 2012
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  • monarch6500 Sep 6, 2012 8:35 PM Flag

    Revolutions are fought over censorship.
    I think they are flurting with more danger than they are aware of.

    On the other hand if they wanted discussed shareholders in order to induce their selling of shares for a buyout or buyback then these changes have been a great success.

  • Reply to

    Naked short selling is also a HUGE problem

    by adm731 Apr 17, 2012 9:19 AM monarch6500 Apr 19, 2012 8:18 PM Flag

    In 1937, after the crashes of 1929 and 1937 the SEC found that the prevention of "unwanted selling" was required for an investment market.
    The uptick rule was put in place. The need for it has never changed. The speed of the market and the number of markets have changed.

    The market averages went up from 1937 to 2007 while the uptick rule was in effect.

    The claims in 2007 that the rule was unneeded was made by crooks so that they could get away with extortion.
    This has turned the markets into a casino.

    The current shorting patterns of institutions by computers creates unwanted selling and that unwanted selling IS extortion.

    We need to establish a new, simple uptick rule. A simple one that all may be measured by, one based on the prior day's close.

    Rule 1.

    If the price is the same or higher than the prior day's close then you can short. If lower then you can not.


    The short sale is a derivative transaction and needs to be treated as such, namely same day settlement.

  • by monarch6500 Feb 20, 2014 1:01 PM Flag

    Good on time build out.
    Good project developments.
    Good outlook for 2014.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • The dendritic cells train immune cells to attack the cancer.

    If the immune system is depressed by cancer drugs then the Dcvac treatment will not work as well.. fewer cells to train..

    I would suspect that that the first half of the patients to die had a compromised immune system and there is a direct relationship between survival and percent of remaining immune system.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • monarch6500 Apr 4, 2013 4:02 PM Flag

    Sorry ozark you are not on my iggi list.
    I reread some of your posts.
    I agree with many of them.

  • monarch6500 Jul 2, 2014 1:38 PM Flag

    Those trained dendritic cells do get around.
    June 11 plus 5 weeks is July 16.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • by monarch6500 Jan 14, 2013 12:17 PM Flag

    Now at 98% discount to value.
    Seems a little low to be shorting.

    Maybe at a 90% discount for trading?
    Maybe an 80% discount as buyout?

    Always at 2.30-2.50 seems like price fixing.
    I am starting to believe that the machines control everything and
    that natural supply and demand no longer applies.
    Would not sleep well as a small investor short knowing that on
    any morning this could be a 10 or 20 dollar stock.

  • by monarch6500 Aug 2, 2013 10:28 AM Flag

    12Q3....2,383 ... +639 (+38%)
    12Q4....3,114 ... +731 (+30%)
    13Q1....4,241 ... +1,127 (+36%)
    13Q2....5,725 ... +1,484 (+35%)
    However. New sales staff added Feb, March training, April sales meetings.
    New Shipping staff added (per Ozark)
    So maybe a bigger increase than the historic growth rate
    If sales can get to 8,500 then maybe break even for eps..
    Monday will tell.. GLTA

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Institutions buy stocks for cash.
    But they want their liquidity, so.

    They lend the stocks to hedge funds for cash and interest
    The institution gets it's cash back plus income.

    The hedge funds short for profit.
    They need to create lower prices by the use of price manipulation and media influence.

    The SEC allows this by removal of the uptick rule and not treating short sales as a derivative transactions.

    The company's stock is it's currency and should be afforded the covenants of currency law.
    By having the stock counterfeited the company is financially harmed (loan covenants, cash obtained by
    issuance of a given number of shares, etc.)

    The individual investor is harmed in many ways.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • by monarch6500 Aug 11, 2014 3:30 PM Flag

    Most trials have subtle results. Thus the need for placebos and blinding.
    In this disease the results are binary - alive or dead after a given period of 7-10 months

    This available macro observation makes the graded result (alive or dead) unblinded.
    The unblinded results are remarkable compared to standard of care.

    The increase in patients shows how doctors want to get their patients treated before FDA approval.
    Increasing the trial size is the easiest way.
    I could see a further increase prior to approval in order to obtain treatment.

    If the company needs to sell shares then I would hope that they would do excellent PR in order to get
    the share price north of $20 so that they would need to sell fewer shares.


    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • by monarch6500 Sep 27, 2013 1:58 PM Flag

    The 1938 SEC implemented the uptick rule because they found that excessive shorting caused "unwanted selling" The uptick rule was repealed in 2007 so that some could ride the market down in 2008.

    The uptick rule has basically two parts.
    1. It is needed.
    2. Establish what is an uptick. In the beginning it was the last trade plus 1/2 point.

    Over time the uptick was changed to meet market conditions.

    Today the number of trades and exchanges dictate that the uptick should be based on the prior day's close.

    The machine trades and the ease of shorting can cause excessive short term trade/price imbalance.

    The excessive short term trade/price imbalances trigger stop loss trades and can be interpreted as extortion.

    Those who got stopped out should have their attorneys sue the SEC instead.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • by monarch6500 Feb 8, 2013 2:07 PM Flag

    1. Let the options go uncalled.
    2. Exercise options for a dollar and sell immediately for a gain of a dollar making 8 million
    3. Exercise options for a dollar and wait for a buyout for 8-20 (depending on your view) making 80 million+.

    I'm thinking number 3.

    And the shorts are covering with their "stock fraud shorting tactics".
    Wear out / scare out the new longs with machine trades that supress share price.

    Read about the 1938 "uptick rule" and the 2007 "Cox" repeal for the extortionists

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Franco-Neveda explained.

    by monarch6500 Nov 15, 2012 11:50 AM monarch6500 Nov 15, 2012 1:38 PM Flag

    CDE purchased Palmarejo for 2 million dollars in December of 2007.
    Hardly overpaying.
    The loan has no cash payback and if cash payback were required on a regular loan, their interest
    rate would be more than 12 percent at the time for maybe 10 years.
    The cash payback would be about 10 million per year in interest plus principle perhaps of perhaps 8 million.
    Could they afford the additional interest with their then outstanding debt?
    Their Bolivia project was maligned for years without justification and Alaska was held up for years
    in court. CDE prevailed in both cases.
    Was the deal bad at the time?
    Maybe, Maybe Not.
    The price of gold was 780 in August of 2008 and was about 900 during the six months prior to the close of the loan.FN was considering the possibility selling the gold at lower prices maybe 650 in the years ahead.
    Did it work out well for them,
    Definitely yes.
    With the loan :
    CDE has paid off almost all of their long term debt.
    Started a share buyback program.
    Purchased beginning positions in several resources
    Completed or improved Bolovia, Alaska, Mexico and Nevada sites.
    Companywise, this "bad loan" has had an overall good outcome.

    I am interested in exactly what you would have done as CFO at the time if you given the chance.
    and how you would justify these actions to the shareholders.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • There are two types of silver ETFs.
    Metal backed
    Non metal backed.

    The non metal backed ETFs divert money from the physical thus lowering the price of silver.

    The miners are damaged. Earning per share and borrowing costs.
    The investsors are damaged. Share price manipulation.
    The countries that collect taxes on the silver produced are damaged. Decreased revenues.

    Would seem simple to correct with a honest judical system and honest SEC.

    200 ounces of paper silver for every ounce of physical silver (kitco) demonstrates the amount of fraud.

  • then
    10 billion divided by 60 million shares = $ 167 per share.

    I am thinking it is worth more..

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • by monarch6500 Aug 15, 2014 3:12 PM Flag

    I wish I could have done that deal....

    17,500,000 / 7.30 = 2,397,260 shares

    17,500,000 x .05 x 3 = 2,625,000 interest earned.

    17,500,000 - 2,625,000 = 14,875,000 needed to exercise.

    Price per share 3 years from now assuming success... $100 minimum

    2,397,260 x 100 = 239,726,000

    239,726,000 - 14,875,000 = 224,851,000 profit for someone that has studied science vs. AF idiots.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to


    by stemcellmagnet Sep 20, 2013 4:45 AM monarch6500 Sep 20, 2013 12:42 PM Flag

    The next letter from the FDA only has two outcomes and will be the catalyst.

    1. Micronization does meet drug status.
    2. Micronization does not meet drug status.

    If choice 1 then no change in sales because product still available while status resolved with studies.

    If choice 2 then no change in sales.

    All of these suits are without merit. If they want to sue someone the let them sue the SEC for removing the uptick rule. That is what caused the crash to below 2. Base the uptick on the prior day's close.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • by monarch6500 May 14, 2012 10:23 PM Flag

    I emailed Chris and this was his response to me.

    "Scott E Wilson was hired due to their knowledge of the region and in particular their experience with the nearby Hycroft Mine (Allied Nevada). Tetra Tech is still completing a portion of the PEA for Sleeper."

  • Reply to

    Short Interest is Down

    by plissken2002 Jan 28, 2013 11:18 AM monarch6500 Jan 28, 2013 1:02 PM Flag

    Compare the short interest with the pricing action over that period. 2.30 to 2.10 mostly.
    Hedge funds/Broker shorts are shaking the trees to cover before the PEA release.

    I would think that most 2.50 put sellers would take delivery.
    A buyout over $10 during 2013 would be over a 300% profit.
    Why would fund longs sell this stock now?
    Gross value per share over $100
    Discounted value over $10 (personally I believe more like $18+ )

    Imagine trying to cover with a "real uptick rule" using the prior day's close.
    Heck, they would have never been able to short this below 4 in the first place.

    Read about the need for uptick rule SEC 1938 ruling.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • by monarch6500 Mar 21, 2013 3:27 PM Flag

    17 year life
    695 NPV @ 1384/26
    1200 NPV @ 1618/26

    San Miguel
    14 year life
    707 NPV @ 1500/29
    893 NPV @ 1600/33
    1200 NPV @ 1900/36

    695 + 707 = 1402 1402/155 = 9.04
    1200 + 893 = 2093 2093/155 = 13.50

    2.50/9.04 = 27.7% of sum of lows of NPVs, new resource additions not included.
    2.50/13.50 = 18.5% of sum of current metal pricing NPVs.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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