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shiftsuper175607 181 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 28, 2014 12:35 PM Member since: Oct 26, 2002
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  • Reply to

    $7.00 BEFORE YEARS END?

    by bosundwb55 Aug 28, 2014 12:27 PM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Aug 28, 2014 12:35 PM Flag

    Two months ago we were over $7
    The only difference is the price of oil.
    When steam flows the price will respond. IMO
    When production starts early next year...the price will most definitely respond.

    Natural gas will probably rise in price into the winter...PGH will follow upward also.
    I see no basis to your statement, as you gave no details as to why you said it.
    Your post sounds like a soft bash.

  • shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Aug 27, 2014 6:29 PM Flag

    more good news in the release...
    “ Last year, we completed our environmental baseline study and filed our mine development permit application. ------ Our goal for 2014 is to complete enough work to consider a mine development decision by year-end. ----- Management is of the view that San Sebastián has the potential to become a high grade, underground silver-gold mine similar to the Company’s Bolañitos mine in Guanajuato, Mexico.”_______________

  • I posted this morning but it was deleted. They want the page views.
    Here is a small part of the news...se the headline tab to read the story.

    The main mineralized zone now extends over 1,400 meters (m) in length, --- still wide open along strike and to some --- extent down dip.

  • shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Aug 25, 2014 8:05 PM Flag

    Hopefully the sentiment will turn soon.

  • Holdings in New York silver contracts reached the highest in-14 months as investors added to their bets that prices will decline. Futures fell for a third straight session.
    Open interest in the Comex market climbed 3.9 percent to 212,249 futures and options contracts in the week ended Aug. 19,U.S. government data showed Aug. 22. That’s the highest since June 18, 2013. Money managers have boosted their short wagers for four straight weeks, the longest streak since April. Long holdings have declined for six weeks to a two-month low.
    Silver has declined for six straight weeks, the longest run of losses since April 2013,when the metal and gold entered bear markets. Gains for the dollar and speculation that the Federal Reserve is getting closer to raising interest rates have damped demand for hedges against inflation.
    “The interest in silver is clearly on the short side,” Bart Melek, the head of commodity strategy at TD Securities in Toronto, said in a telephone interview. “People expect silver to trade weak going forward, as the fundamentals are very week.”
    Silver futures for December delivery fell 0.1 percent to settle at $19.431 an ounce at 1:38 p.m. on the Comex in New York. On Aug. 21, prices dropped to $19.355, the lowest for a most-active contract since June 12.
    The silver net-long position tumbled 30 percent in the week ended Aug. 19 to16,523 contracts, data from the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission show,Holdings fell for a fifth straight week.

  • Reply to

    RATIOS of TRADE

    by prometheus_bringsfire Aug 25, 2014 3:04 PM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Aug 25, 2014 7:54 PM Flag

    p_b,

    Thanks for the post. I was familiar with the site...I use it to check short positions and to see minute by minute trades occasionally.

    I did not know you could see the info you posted.

    Interesting stuff.

  • That tells a lot about it.

  • shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Aug 25, 2014 5:19 PM Flag

    That's not even a penny a share. Most people won't bend down to pick one up off the street. That certainly doesn't sound like an investment.

    More like a "pump and dump"

  • Reply to

    A salesman comes to your door...

    by shiftsuper175607 Aug 23, 2014 10:56 PM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Aug 25, 2014 2:59 PM Flag

    You understand nothing here.
    you said" until this company goes under or signs some deals"

    They can sign no deals.
    They have no money. I understand that.

    They would have to do a finance deal first. That would be the first indication of hope.
    I would put my knowledge against yours on any subject with this company, the oil field and electrical field. You all know it too. That is why you are all intimidated by my posts about the technologies.

  • Reply to

    A salesman comes to your door...

    by shiftsuper175607 Aug 23, 2014 10:56 PM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Aug 25, 2014 11:17 AM Flag

    I want to talk about the technologies, not about me.
    All you guys do is talk about the poster.

    Don't you know anything about the company and technologies?

  • Reply to

    Earnings tonight.

    by trumpace Aug 25, 2014 10:04 AM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Aug 25, 2014 11:15 AM Flag

    They always want to force their views and political opinions down your throat. I say "no politics"
    and "Yes" to putting them on ignore.

  • shiftsuper175607 by shiftsuper175607 Aug 23, 2014 10:56 PM Flag

    he tells you he has a great new technology for water for you to bath with.
    He tells you it evaporates your water and you have nice, distilled water to bath with.
    It only costs you about $2 dollars a barrel and when you finish bathing you have 40% of the water to dispose of.

    1)You tell him you don't need distilled water to bath, you are using your well water just fine and the disposal is taken care of by pumping it down the drain.

    2)No, you tell him you will buy the unit, pay to haul it in, hire electricians and plumbers to hook it up and someone to monitor it...and then someone to dispose of the high concentrate waste. All costs and expenses you don't need.
    Since you bath at a different place each time, you will have recurring hauling and set up costs.

    Which do you do? #1 or #2

    We all know the answer. That pretty well sums up the problem.

    The techs are not needed and actually hurt the drilling process and add costs.

  • Reply to

    9 reasons TMEN will not sell FracGen units

    by shiftsuper175607 Mar 21, 2014 6:49 PM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Aug 23, 2014 10:42 PM Flag

    That is sure enough the truth.

  • Reply to

    Apology ?

    by oldgranny23 Aug 23, 2014 11:18 AM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Aug 23, 2014 10:29 PM Flag

    odd that you always defend investorchicago_66_upa, half your posts mention him...very odd!

    ....what is he to you?
    He is a big boy. let him fend for himself.

    investorchicago_66_upa is the king of name calling on this board. He has always attacked others who disagreed.

    It seems his posting on the CCTC board have caused a lot of grief here at TMEN board.
    Do you agree with that? he started it, they came over here to retaliate.

    His posts in the past brought posters to this board.
    He posted attacks over there a few days ago.
    He is still egging them on over at the CCTC board.

    Do you defend him on that?

    Yeah, I bet you do.

  • Reply to

    ENOUGH

    by yamazed Aug 22, 2014 12:39 PM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Aug 22, 2014 6:51 PM Flag

    frankgresick,
    Since you " get it"
    And most of us others here don't.

    How about laying out what is going to happen and the order of things.

    Maybe a rough timeline also.

    Can you do that? Help us others to "get it"

  • Reply to

    Who had the best sources?

    by brmi12345 Aug 20, 2014 12:06 PM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Aug 21, 2014 7:40 PM Flag

    So, why is there any reason not to think that the number is 5 employees?
    BRMI12345 has been right about the reductions. First he said six...then he said it dropped to 5. Sounds credible after the NTN10Q confirmation of reductions.

    What would they have coming? How long will you keep saying...it's coming...soon

    Their technology is not suitable for fracing. Can't you understand that?
    You do not need the expense of distilled water in frac wells.

    How would they build anything...the NTN_10Q says that they have no money.

    You can not build units without money.
    They are done for, any way you look at it.

    They have no money because they have no deals. They can't sign deals because they have no money.

  • Reply to

    Way, way oversold

    by silverbug625 Aug 21, 2014 2:41 PM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Aug 21, 2014 7:20 PM Flag

    It scares you?
    Less than 1/1000th of their share count?
    land cost 90,000 shares
    share count 101,540,000
    .0008609
    Most companies give stock options more than that every year.

  • Reply to

    dilution

    by bladerobo Aug 21, 2014 10:35 AM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Aug 21, 2014 1:46 PM Flag

    Grow up!
    Less than 1/10 of 1 percent.
    90,000 shares with 101 million in the float.

    That is less than 1/1000th
    Do the math.

  • shiftsuper175607 by shiftsuper175607 Aug 21, 2014 8:21 AM Flag

    PR out, EXK buys some land adjacent to current holdings.

    I tried to paste the story, twice...even by hacking it and altering it...but Y@hoo, the sorry platform it is would not let it post.

    Check headlines for the story.

  • Reply to

    Who had the best sources?

    by brmi12345 Aug 20, 2014 12:06 PM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Aug 20, 2014 10:38 PM Flag

    Did you read the NTN-10Q filing about what is said about the employee/headcount reduction?
    I have always said you have poor reading and comprehension skills. I am not trying to be mean, just stating the obvious.
    You seem to never understand when you are wrong.

    Read the filing.

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