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papadynamite 5 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 2, 2014 7:57 PM Member since: Jul 8, 1998
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  • papadynamite by papadynamite Jul 2, 2014 7:57 PM Flag

    Rubicon mentioned it in it's promotion announcement. Does anyone know what it entails? If it was part of the Carlin Trend, that would be great!

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    Is a Rubicon and Goldcorp hookup in the works?

    by papadynamite Jun 28, 2014 11:57 AM
    papadynamite papadynamite Jul 2, 2014 4:11 PM Flag

    Goldcorp has time before going after Rubicon. The miner is currently in a consolidation zone which is fine. Moving from $.90 to $1.51 warrants a rest. Summertime doldrums will accomplish that. But notice that the 200 DMA is now flattening out and has a slight rise to it. This hasn't occured in over a year. That's positive. Also we recently had a crossover of the 20 DMA over the 50 DMA and the 200 DMA. And the difference between the 50 DMA and 200 DMA is shortening enough for an attack on a golden cross upward. I am fully position in Rubicon with the largest share position I have ever attained with this stock. My days of disappointment with Rubicon appear over. Good luck everyone.

  • I think so. Te current CEO of Rubicon improved his technical excellence from Goldcorp before switching to Rubicon. The key negotiator for Rubicon will be the new Board Chairman Beatty who formerly had a director's position at Goldcorp. He was a neccessary addition for Rubicon in order to handle negotiations that a combination will entail with Goldcorp such as a takeover. As we move forward, this is getting exciting. The next pop in the price could go to $1.77, $2.00, $2.65, $3.42, $3.92. For those into Technical analysis, keep your eye on a Ichimoku cloud reversal.

  • The latest update of all phases of mine development is extremely detailed and never presented like this as far as I can recall. This certainly looks like the type of information that was needed for a senior producer to step up to the plate and develop a bid for Rubicon. I think the two miners in the mix are Agnico Eagle and Goldcorp. I think the higher bid will be by Goldcorp because they don't want a competitor in their backyard. Also the land mass available for future exploration could be an additional lure for a Goldcorp offer.
    There is no reason to believe that Lalonde left Goldcorp on unfriendly terms. In fact Lalonde's job security seems cemented with a Goldcorp takeover.
    Securing a turnkey operation for 1-2 billion dollars is a gift. It is not unusual for new underground mines to come into being as high #$%$ billion for gold and $15 billion for gold-copper (Chile-Argentina)
    At the current price, $1.33, Rubicon has a market cap of $489 million, a current and quick ration of 8.90, and a float of 361 million shares.
    My projection using the above figures give Rubicon a takeover value of $2.72-$5.44 per share with an average of $4.08 for starters.

  • papadynamite by papadynamite Jun 21, 2014 7:02 AM Flag

    I recently got back into RBY and been adding shares in 10K to 20K lots. On Friday I had a lot partial filled at a limit order of $1.39. After the market closed, the remainder was filled at $1.33. This action never happened to me before and I am totally puzzled! Any thoughts?

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