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peanuts_getcha_peanuts_here 3 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 27, 2015 9:47 AM Member since: Apr 18, 2005
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  • peanuts_getcha_peanuts_here peanuts_getcha_peanuts_here Jan 27, 2015 9:47 AM Flag

    Yep, Merlin got his... probably still has a fair amount to dump whenever he feels like it, too. He got out and laughed his way to the bank. The Dome deal was just a way to grease palms / help friends.

    What we have now is story of an exploitable resource, with data to support claims to be made in a marketing brochure... it will sell and people buying now should be happy when that happens.

  • peanuts_getcha_peanuts_here by peanuts_getcha_peanuts_here Jan 26, 2015 12:29 PM Flag

    At current cash burn rate, we just added about 2-3 years. This is really good as it put SVBL within the right market timeframe for acquisition... sometime in late 2016. I'm glad Tim and team got the cash, finally.

    Hire one of the best marketing (advertising) specialists to put this on the block... it will pay off with a better PPS for the sale.

    Current PPS / mkt cap is attractive, now, to a guy like me. Could end up being a 10-20 bagger in 2 years if this is marketed right. The PEA is done. The asset needs to be bankable, next.

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    Buy more?

    by peanuts_getcha_peanuts_here Oct 27, 2014 1:59 PM
    peanuts_getcha_peanuts_here peanuts_getcha_peanuts_here Dec 2, 2014 10:56 PM Flag

    Not much left in the coffers here. Management isn't going to last as long as it takes for the bottom fishers to set the hook. I imagine that they are looking for the door right now. This will be the last Feliz Navidad for the Silver Bull. Next spring will be a leak...

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