I think you misunderstood. I was not saying anything more that this is presenting trading opportunities. If you can get in and out for a quick 20-50 percent in a matter of days, why should fundamentals, there or not, having anything to do with deciding when to get in, and when to get out?
Otherwise, I'm "thumbs down" on the company.
Hey, but this is showing some great trading opportunities. Nice spike today, and on huge volume (and on no news).
Still, I would not hold this expecting expecting improved fundamentals over time. ...just my opinion, however.
"...come off as some young kid out of school paid or misinformed enough to pump a sub-penny stock in and industry that is declining,"
How could I be pumping when I just stated in my last post, "...I warn people who have no basis for understanding exploration mining companies to NOT PUT THEIR MONEY HERE at all, ever!"
By the way, a famous sage once observed that wisdom in knowing when further argument is a waste of time. I will leave you now to post to yourself, though I'm sure we will take this up on those other boards where you post using other of your many aliases, and where your tack is different, right?
Anyway, bye-bye for now. Enjoy yourself. I'll come back as drilling begins.
"So its a service industry that services itself and produces 0 income for a decade "
It's the very same story with start-up pharma companies, and many thousands of other exploration companies, yet you want folks to think this is different?
"Prices in China are always lower..." And they were in 1990, and 1890, and 1776. What's that to do with the price of bread here?
"Explores that don't produce jack sh are not viable companies" Yeah, well, in regards to not producing income, that's correct, but in the way you use the word, viable, you are grossly incorrect. Exploration companies pay their bills by selling stock. As long as they can sell stock and pay their bills they are "viable" companies. Try taking Business 101 at your local community college.
."So Mr. Geologist is doing it for the children?" Jibberish. JB and BOD are working for the wealth their options will bring once options are "in the money", if ever.. Besides, as long as this stock is not making money, JB has accumulated years and years of deferred salary. If LBSR goes broke, he gets nothing!.
"A toilet paper square is more expensive than an LBSR share." Now, that's brilliant way of expressing frustration over the price of the shares you are holding, though I sill fail to understand why you would bash a stock you hold. Educate me.
"do you soberly encourage people to invest in LBSR" No, I warn people who have no basis for understanding exploration mining companies to NOT PUT THEIR MONEY HERE at all, ever!
"You must be new to business." Not so, but believe what you want.
"sometimes you don't need luck when you have more than you will ever need (not want)" Huh?
So, you don't want to wait for drilling in the next few months to make a final judgement? You imply you are a shareholder, yet you trash the company ahead of drilling? Isn't that dumb, or did you forget to say that you've sold your position here?
Let's see, you were going to tell us "this simple fact" (i.e., one thing), which turns into 7 lies, misstatements, and wild opinion.
1. Exploration companies are not producers (Duh!);
2. Never compete with China? What does that mean?
3. Where's the relevance? Producers are not explorers. (Duh, again!)
4. You know, of course, he's not being paid, so were is the motive to deceive?
5. Authorized outstanding is 6.5 billion shares, of which less than 1.5 are outstanding at present, isn't that correct?
6. The BOD, too, isn't being paid, and one has bought a boatload of shares, or did you not know that either?
7. Do you drink and post at the same time? Again, he's not being paid, and he isn't selling shares either, so how can there be a motive to rip off shareholders?
Cheers (or should I say "bottoms up"), and good luck holding and bashing at the same time.
Web site and PRs read as if written by someone trying to sell shoes, as opposed to trying to entice
knowledgeable investors to put money here. ...a BIG red flag to me. As I am not in this market to buy shoes, I will stay away from this one.