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nevadapromining 297 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 20, 2014 5:03 PM Member since: Mar 14, 2012
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  • Reply to

    Big increase in instituional holdings

    by mookster65 Aug 15, 2014 8:15 AM
    nevadapromining nevadapromining Aug 20, 2014 5:03 PM Flag

    Your comments tend to give me a headache and show your true ambitions just like your fellow CRA cronies, but I will dutifully respond as I think you and your organization is one big fraud... not out to better the community, but out to cause chaos. The similarities between your organization and that "church" that protests anything to get attention has remarkable similarities.

    Now that my rant is over... "

    "1 Investing based on what institutions do or fund owners like Warren Buffet do is a foolish strategy." - Right on, listen to some Joe Schmo on YAHOO board who claims they have no investment or interest in LODE but visits daily ... orrrrr follow fund owners like Buffet. Gee, what a dilemma. Who to follow or take advice from?

    "2: We can not assign motivations to fund owners. We can not know how much the owner values the company or what he expects to happen for the company. We will never know their true motivations." - Okay? So a fund manager is throwing $40+million at a company and we don't know "their true motivations". Let me tell you champ, their motivation isn't to lose money.

    "3: Large funds funds also make mistakes. Past financial crises have shown this." - I won't give you a full history lesson.... you should do that yourself. It's silly to say anyone is 100% accurate. Get over yourself.

    "4: Finally my own personal belief. If you are mandated to invest $1B, at the end of the day, when you are down to the last $20M or so, you reach the point where you're so tired you pick any company just so you can go home." - Only losers think that way and that's probably why you visit these YAHOO boards as often as you do.

    See you at the SUP meeting. You and your 5 or so clowns.

  • Reply to

    Yahoo, Shut Down This Board

    by of_sparks Jul 28, 2014 10:27 AM
    nevadapromining nevadapromining Jul 28, 2014 11:24 AM Flag

    of_sparks • Aug 8, 2011 1:55 PM Flag5
    users liked this posts users disliked this posts 12 Reply .Don't bother the MB with your questions just get on the phone and ask Corrado De Gasbag himself !!!

    Like I stated in my other post, you've been around here for 3+ years on this here board. You are somehow vested.

  • Reply to

    Yahoo, Shut Down This Board

    by of_sparks Jul 28, 2014 10:27 AM
    nevadapromining nevadapromining Jul 28, 2014 11:17 AM Flag

    A few comments for you. There is a such thing as an ignore button, I suggest using it. I just saw there was threads and threads of a spoof name this morning for Frederickson. I hit one button and poof... all the garbage is gone. Now let's cut to the chase. IF you are using these boards as investment advice, you are a total fool. Hey I know of a bridge in brooklyn, want to buy it? Seriously!?! I use these boards just to get any information I might have missed or don't feel like taking the time to look up. I'm a miner, not a trader. For instance some people take the time to post about more instituations just invested. I don't follow it as closely, but when I see a post on here, I'll take 5 minutes to confirm it on Nasdaq.

    As for being a non-player, you obviously don't live in Nevada. Maybe take the time to visit since you are somehow vested in this company, but want people to believe the opposite. Otherwise, nobody in their right mind visits a random stock board for years and years.

    As for losing money. Sure they still are at the moment. If gold was where it was last year, CMI is profitable at this time. If they really can get to under 750$/ounce, I still believe 900$ is the true mark....even better for them. Rome wasn't built in a day.

    Now, about that bridge. Want to buy it off me?

  • Reply to

    Great time in gold hill

    by mmitty60 Jun 27, 2014 2:45 AM
    nevadapromining nevadapromining Jun 27, 2014 6:11 PM Flag

    Alas another pervert to the board. I'm sure Mitty cares about you doing a quick google search and stalking him/her.

    "unlike yourself I do have more than enough time for fools and ignorance" - then you are utterly lonely or lame. Either way it makes you foolish and a clown.

    Welcome to the ignore list and to the original task at hand. Mitty how did you enjoy the tour? At some point they should have the presentation posted online for others to see. Safe travels home.

  • Reply to

    New Pads, New Drilling, New Road!

    by skokospeter May 9, 2014 10:10 AM
    nevadapromining nevadapromining May 15, 2014 8:00 PM Flag

    For someone that does not own this stock, you sure spend a lot of time manipulating and crunching numbers. Tell me, are you a local? I have a feeling I know you ...Rob :O

    (Yes it was that easy)

  • Reply to

    New Pads, New Drilling, New Road!

    by skokospeter May 9, 2014 10:10 AM
    nevadapromining nevadapromining May 15, 2014 7:48 PM Flag

    I am more of a mining guy than a stock broker but I'll throw my input in. Frankly this company has been pretty transparent in terms of numbers, goals, etc with the exception of dilution. With that being said and using their own numbers, it does not take a rocket scientist to see this stock is going to be 1.60 to 2.00 until closer till the end of summer when their cash picks up and we see real revenue.

    Until then it's going to be a snoozefest with no real interest. In terms of mining, I said it before, I don't see them getting to under $800 cost/ounce (all factors condsidered). As a mining guy, I still think that's plenty good if gold stays above 1,200$ / ounce. Anything above will be icing on the cake.

  • Reply to

    Conference Call

    by iamadizzy1 Feb 27, 2014 9:49 AM
    nevadapromining nevadapromining Feb 27, 2014 6:26 PM Flag

    I'm still not convinced of the $800/oz cost. For myself, I'm going with the assumption that they can realistically keep it under $1000/oz. My best guess would be $950/oz. Either way, that's well below the standards of other miners.

    As skokospeter just wrote, there's too much in terms of expansion plans to accuarately predict anything right now. All I can say definitively is that the current ones are well under way of being stock-piled and I see no reason we don't hit the doubling that they are shooting for.

    In terms of cash flow, you also have to take into account more exploratory drilling. That was supposed to start in 2014 as well. However, I haven't see any of the drill rigs yet so maybe late 2014?

  • Reply to

    Conference Call

    by iamadizzy1 Feb 27, 2014 9:49 AM
    nevadapromining nevadapromining Feb 27, 2014 10:06 AM Flag

    iamadizzy1,
    What are you expecting the price action to do? I think it stays pretty stable over the next week. I stopped by last week and everything is moving along. There should be no surprises in this conference call. The only real motivation for me is to read over the filings to determine how close they are to positive cash flow. With the climb in gold recently, has been over 1,200/oz for some time now, they have to be close to break even. Anything less then you'll see the price dip as well.

  • nevadapromining by nevadapromining Jan 2, 2014 7:27 PM Flag

    Approved.

  • nevadapromining nevadapromining Dec 14, 2013 6:18 PM Flag

    hmmm swap out gorilla with one of Boo IDs and then read the post with all the goofy !!!!!!!!!!!!!. Anyways welcome to the ignore list on this name as well moron.

    gorillasmark • Dec 6, 2013 10:35 PM

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    Not to butt in here, BUTT as stated in this post from you ie...bethpowersnf,, you state Thank God 2013 is almost over and ALL UP HILL from there??? And then in one of your replies below, you state how you have a lot of insider info on this company and what a BAD investment this is???
    So my question is, WHICH is it, UP HILL or Down Hill as a BAD INVESTMENT???
    You are Stuffing Your """FOOT""" right in your MOUTH so to speak!!!
    Confusing to me with your post and your REPLIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Please Reply with your Up Hill or Bad Investment Theory!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • nevadapromining nevadapromining Dec 14, 2013 3:52 PM Flag

    Good piece. However, I think $450/oz is a little unrealistic. Maybe $625-650, but I think 450$ is out of question with upcoming expansions, additional permitting/fees down the road, exploratory drilling, underground plans in a few years, etc. I think the article intended to say CMI was shooting for If ALL expansion was stopped and it was straight mining for the 80k goal/year, then maybe 450$ is possible.

  • Reply to

    BOARD CLUTTER

    by hiliter58 Dec 9, 2013 7:10 PM
    nevadapromining nevadapromining Dec 9, 2013 7:48 PM Flag

    Yeah I did this longgggg ago. I just had to add another boo name to that list recently. It really takes 2 seconds to click "ignore" and it really does a good job of filtering. I said it before though; whoever goes through that much trouble of creating new IDs every other day and constantly spamming the board are doing it for a reason and they are lying if they say otherwise.

  • Reply to

    Institutions

    by mookster65 Nov 15, 2013 8:35 AM
    nevadapromining nevadapromining Nov 15, 2013 9:08 AM Flag

    Not surprising to say the least. With the near-term possibility of turning a profit, you will only continue to see more large scale buying. The bottom line is trucks are moving and pads are being lined this week. Just imagine if gold/silver make any ground back towards $1,600. Will be intesting couple months.

    When you log on here and see "Post hidden because you ignored this user" and it's spammed down your whole screen, you know someone is working hard for a reason.... and they'd be lying if they said they don't have a vested interest in the company...

  • nevadapromining by nevadapromining Nov 13, 2013 10:43 AM Flag

    sinkorswim1976 • Nov 11, 2013 4:11 PM Flag

    "Living out there" clearly doesn't make you an expert on mining. You are only an eye witness to activities no whats really going on."

    Hmmm you sure about that? I stand by my previous quote. "Obviously the processing capacity is not up to the trucking capacity. " - Completely and 100% inaccurate. The newly acquired permit to increase tonnage does not go into effect until Tuesday 12th."

    Go ahead and create a new ID now. I already see a new one spamming today. Like I said, doom and gloom doesn't work with a little research or a trip down the road if you are fortunate enough to live close.

  • Reply to

    Q3

    by sinkorswim1976 Nov 5, 2013 6:58 PM
    nevadapromining nevadapromining Nov 11, 2013 6:30 PM Flag

    First off, who ends posts in SOS? No legitimate poster does that. Are you the LossMITCrow alias again? I'll give you the benefit of the doubt before I block this alias seeing that you appeared out of nowhere and it's all doom and gloom from you since your creation of this ID.

    Everything about your statements are a joke. "Bring a cloud over the mining industry?" Ha right. A legitimate start-up JR miner who has steadily increased production, acquired new permits, closed the gap on losses every quarter (all while expanding operations) and only has been in production for a year. Righttttttt......

    Next time you post, do so with some facts. Not that you believe this and you think that.... yada yada. I'm curious, where did you get the $1.5 million loss/quarter? Should be very simple for you to break down for me. And don't spew BS #'s, cite their 10-Q. And go ahead and use $1,300/oz. That looks to be a fair average for the foreseeable future. Also use recurring costs, not one time million dollar expenses for new pads, expansion, etc. Just go ahead and use straight mining costs/administrative/etc assuming they do NOTHING with expansion or exploration drilling.

  • Reply to

    Q3

    by sinkorswim1976 Nov 5, 2013 6:58 PM
    nevadapromining nevadapromining Nov 11, 2013 6:15 PM Flag

    Nice rebuttal to my facts. NOT. You know a guy who knows a guy who said what?!? Right on Karl. Is this the same guy you know who is now the Nevada mining regulator? Get a clue and stop trying to pump useless information you see on your CRA page. And for the record, it was stockpiled so it's ready to go when the heaps are ready and permit kicks in. Try again.

  • Reply to

    Q3

    by sinkorswim1976 Nov 5, 2013 6:58 PM
    nevadapromining nevadapromining Nov 11, 2013 12:59 PM Flag

    Nice try Doom and Gloom, but fortunately I live out here myself and your scare tactics don't work. For other shareholders reading this who are not fortunate enough to live around here and see/understand the everyday workings, I will respond to mrql2001 liar's misguided and intentionally fabricated statement.

    "Obviously the processing capacity is not up to the trucking capacity. " - Completely and 100% inaccurate. The newly acquired permit to increase tonnage does not go into effect until Tuesday 12th. (Shareholders - contact NDEP offices to verify yourself). No need to run trucks when the permit isn't in effect. This goes without saying the dirt is already stockpiled and ready to be moved onto the heaps.

    Secondly, I am not even going to get into how misguided this statement is: " yield per ton of ore is less than was anticipated when the size of the processing plant was conceptualized and then installed ". If you know mining, you know how completely and totally false this statement is. The plant was designed to process both low grade and high grade ore and according to the last 10Q filing. As NorthbayClay posted in recent thread From the press release: "Gold grades placed onto the pad averaged 0.025 ounces per ton in the third quarter. "

    Click on mrql2001 liar's profile and you can see how inaccurate past posts have been. I usually block these morons on this board, but since this person does live around here (I assuming because he/she was accurate with no trucks running) I intend to respond to this person's lies so shareholders do not think he/she is actually credible.

    99% of the postings here are trash. Contact NDEP, read filings, read IHUB material, contact the company, etc. That's credible information.

  • Reply to

    Environmental Violations

    by archie95448 Oct 7, 2013 11:07 AM
    nevadapromining nevadapromining Oct 7, 2013 11:22 AM Flag

    And welcome to the ignore list on this name as well Crow_Mit_Toothless Pro.

  • Reply to

    Environmental Violations

    by archie95448 Oct 7, 2013 11:07 AM
    nevadapromining nevadapromining Oct 7, 2013 11:21 AM Flag

    Nice try there Toothless Crow_Face. archie95448 • Jun 12, 2012 10:56 AM

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    I have to say I'll miss Crow. At least he added a dose of reality for the pumpers. Especially "Mark Twain", who is a good example of blindly following the pied piper well into negative territory and smiling all the way.

    Look familiar? FYI - Your posts don't disappear. And for anyone reading this spew, there is no shutdown. Heaps are fully loaded. Hearing for expansion of heap is upcoming as you can find it on NDEP's website.

  • Reply to

    Does somebocy know some new facts?

    by iamadizzy1 Sep 20, 2013 10:39 AM
    nevadapromining nevadapromining Sep 21, 2013 10:51 AM Flag

    The only bad thing is your sham of an organization and your made for tv press releases that your hillbilly leader pays to have published Mr. QL Crowjim2001.

    Now to the real question. Dizzy, there is nothing new to report. Still mining, still trucks moving. The inn is getting some work done to it still last time I was there. The price/share reflects the state of gold at the moment and directly to LODE's next 2-3 months. What news can we expect out of LODE to raise the share price? More drill results, more ounces/week, and expansion of the heap. None of this is going to happen overnight. I expect a nice clear picture and set-up after the Q3 report heading into the new year. However, word of mouth I heard they are expecting to 650ish/ounces per week very shortly if they haven't already. Not sure how closely you follow mining and gold indexes Dizzy, but check out NUGT. It's been blasted in the last few months.... but the feds keep printing. We'll see our day.

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