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robey743 7 posts  |  Last Activity: Sep 3, 2014 4:28 PM Member since: Feb 4, 2009
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  • Reply to

    The dollar breaks 83

    by johnnywilks72 Sep 2, 2014 10:38 AM
    robey743 robey743 Sep 3, 2014 4:28 PM Flag

    Look at Pio's message again. The date for his value of the $$$ dollar was 1985.
    To compare gold and the dollar, we find that gold was about $300 per ounce in 1985 and today we find the price at about $1,270 per ounce.

    Regarding the dollar; with a little research I believe you will find that $1.00 in 1985 = about $2.29 today.

    Strange that you do not see the present demand for gold.

  • Silex Systems Ltd.
    Board of Directors
    Dear Sirs and Madam

    I recall seeing, (at least two times) a message from management, expressing gratitude to investors for their support of share price. I ask that you consider and react favorably to a request from this investor.

    Before making my request, I must say, I believe there is no better time than the present for the Board to provide the opportunity for investors to thank them, (the Board of Directors) for supporting the share price. Now, regarding my request, please see below.

    Now is an excellent time for the Board of Directors to announce a ‘share buy-back’. A ‘share buy-back’ program at this time would reaffirm and enhance not just your belief in the Company’s future success, but investors’ beliefs as well.

    I will be posting a copy of this email on the HotCopper message board and the USA Yahoo message board, with the hope that other Silex investors, after reading my request, will convey their support of same to you.

    Thank you
    Sincerely
    Silex Investor
    Robey743

    Sent to Silex via email

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    The only good news...

    by ggray1956 Aug 8, 2014 12:31 PM
    robey743 robey743 Aug 12, 2014 6:14 PM Flag

    “They moved more rock.”

    The above is definitely a positive declaration; now set aside the cynicism and look at it again.

    They are moving the rock to gain access to the gold/silver.

  • robey743 by robey743 Jul 23, 2014 11:55 AM Flag

    Information shown below may be found on Silex home page or ASX website, (under SLX).

    July 22, 2014
    Silex is seeking a trading halt to enable Silex to confirm proposed changes to the commercialization arrangements in relation to its SILEX laser-based uranium enrichment technology.

    Silex would like the trading halt to last until the earlier of an announcement being made by Silex to the ASX regarding this matter or the opening of trade at 10:00am July 24, 2014.

  • Reply to

    Q2 production

    by rxbond Jul 16, 2014 11:48 AM
    robey743 robey743 Jul 18, 2014 1:34 PM Flag

    Hi Avram,

    I remember doing the numbers on Los Azules at time of McEwen take-over, (when the copper resource was smaller, much smaller) my calculations showed McEwen getting Los Azules for less than $.01 a pound for copper - and the gold and silver were thrown in for nothing...

    The recent sale of Peru's Las Bambas copper mine, by my calculations, resulted in a value of same of $.10 per pound.

    Taca Taca copper mine*, as a comparison, appears to be selling for $.03 a pound for copper - Considering future supply/demand, (with a reasonable analysis) the agreed upon price appears to be unreasonably low.

    *All reports read by this investor point to positive reforms in foreign investments in Argentina, after present government is replaced (next year).

  • Name calling banished
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    “He/she did it first,” banished as justification for similar actions

    A return to intelligent, open, respectful, adult discussion of pertinent subject matters
    A restoration of posting links/web addresses to/for articles and news affecting our investments

  • Regarding our last exchange; we agreed that we can and may disagree on what ‘may be’; this is not the time for such discussion or debate.

    The entitled subject, corporate governance, is not debatable, due to the fact that it is clearly defined and stated on Company website
    .
    1. MISSION AND PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE BOARD
    The mission of the Board is to oversee the business affairs of the Company always with the best interests of the Company in mind so as to ensure the long-term financial strength of the Company and the creation of enduring shareholder value. The Board must also maintain a sense of responsibility to the Company’s customers, employees, suppliers and the communities in which it operates.
    The primary responsibilities of the Board are to:
    (h) appoint the officers of the Company*, ensuring that they are of the calibre required for their roles and planning for their succession as appropriate from time to time; and

    *The board has responsibility for: CEO selection and succession.

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