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wolfman_jack_8830 95 posts  |  Last Activity: Mar 5, 2013 11:07 PM Member since: Sep 8, 2011
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  • These words come to mind when I think of Rubicon's management. Some of this has already been proven...some may never be -- but I believe Rubicon's venture has so far been one of the greatest and most successful ripoffs of the century, easily riviling that of Bernie Madoff. To whom did Rod McEwen sell his 46M shares a few years ago and where are those shares now? These shares weren't sold on the open market and nobody has ever accounted for them. I believe those shares are still to this day being used to keep the share price down and to discourage smaller shareholders. I'm not a basher. I actually own shares of RBY and am hanging on because, at some point, I think the gold is there -- less what management might have moved secretely, ingot by ingot, to private vaults. As you might suspect, I don't much trust this company or its senior staff. I do, however, still believe in its assets. JMO as always :)

  • Reply to

    Manipulation?

    by pioneerrubi Mar 5, 2013 8:50 AM
    wolfman_jack_8830 wolfman_jack_8830 Mar 5, 2013 2:01 PM Flag

    You can't fault Jim Sinclair or Pio for criminality in the markets. The amount of gold and silver on this planet are finite and diminishing. Math is science, not theory.

  • Reply to

    Yahoo Board Manipulation

    by stevie_b_honolulu_trader Dec 25, 2012 1:56 PM
    wolfman_jack_8830 wolfman_jack_8830 Dec 25, 2012 2:04 PM Flag

    Corporate interests determine what's acceptable for posting on Yahoo's message boards. Freedom of speech is only available elsewhere.

  • wolfman_jack_8830 by wolfman_jack_8830 Dec 25, 2012 1:31 PM Flag

    I woke up one morning and all of my stuff had been stolen and replaced by exact duplicates.

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  • Reply to

    Share price

    by wolfman_jack_8830 Dec 6, 2012 2:17 PM
    wolfman_jack_8830 wolfman_jack_8830 Dec 6, 2012 2:40 PM Flag

    Sewells -- Maybe that's the Master Plan...to closely correlate RBY's s/p with that of the GDXJ. But is Rubicon's value worth the same (percentagewise) as the composite price all stocks listed within the GDXJ. Is Rubicon really only worth the "average" of all those stocks? I think not. Easy to manipulate our share price down if the GDXJ is our model.

  • Reply to

    Share price

    by wolfman_jack_8830 Dec 6, 2012 2:17 PM
    wolfman_jack_8830 wolfman_jack_8830 Dec 6, 2012 2:29 PM Flag

    GMM -- You and others here would have a better guess than me. We could be close however when (if) a new resource estimate is announced. But if no substantive news prior to production, we may have to wait till then. JMO it's anyone's guess.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • wolfman_jack_8830 by wolfman_jack_8830 Dec 6, 2012 2:17 PM Flag

    The same consortium that was selling shares above $3 -- and whose masters will soon acquire Rubicon's assets -- are now quietly amassing those same shares at $2.88. It's a simple process that's been played over and over for years (since McEwen supposedly "sold" his 46M shares). What a sad joke to play on honest investors. JMO as always but one needs only to watch daily trading for a few days to see evidence of this heavy-handed manipulation of the share price. Still a strong buy at these bargain basement prices. Good luck to the faithful :)

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • wolfman_jack_8830 by wolfman_jack_8830 Dec 5, 2012 11:58 AM Flag

    Just a test :)

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • wolfman_jack_8830 by wolfman_jack_8830 Nov 26, 2012 10:29 AM Flag

    But I can only conclude after watching this stock trade day in and day out for several years, that criminal elements have taken over the share price and that David Adamson's control over the company is being directed by outside interests. One only needs to observe the continuous heavy-handed manipulation (the ask) of this stock for proof. The buyers of shares are the sellers and the sellers are buyers. These unidentified traders control McEwen's 46M shares, plus many more by this moment in time. At some point, RBY's share price will rise nicely, but only for the company's new owners. There will be a modest gain for shareholders of record when the deal is done (with Rubicon's blessing), but nowhere near the true value of what's in the ground at Red Lake. The property is being stolen on a daily basis. Disclaimer: I'm not accusing anyone of anything. The foregong is only my opinion and I can only offer daily trading patterns as proof. Some here have said we can't be being manipulated and have offered the similarity of trading with GDXJ or other stocks as proof. The fact that we're not being traded much higher than these other stocks should be proof in itself. If Rubicon controls as much gold at Red Lake as I believe is there, shareholders would get a better deal under Bernie Madoff. JMO as always and long this stock in hopes of getting a chincy double within two years, but nowhere near the real value. There's always the chance I could be wrong or that justice could prevail, at some point, but I wouldn't count on it.

  • wolfman_jack_8830 by wolfman_jack_8830 Nov 20, 2012 11:13 AM Flag

    I haven't been able to understand why RBY's share price either languishes or drops when investor interest picks up. It's driven me crazy for years -- ever since McEwen dumped his 46M shares. Small investors/traders get discouraged after consistently losing money on this stock and one only has to look at the numbers to conclude short interest isn't the reason the share price has been so consistently dismal. As for McEwen's 46M shares, god only knows who the buyers of those shares were and how they might still be being used to manipulate today's share price. But that's a story for another day. For today, I've come to the conclusion the same people who are selling RBY's shares so cheaply are the same folks who are buying 'em. It's why there are always so many cheap shares flooding the ask price. If you are the biggest player in the float and actively buy and sell shares, you can easily manipulate the price, which I believe is why the share price is so stagnant. This same activity will continue until the owners of these shares reach the end game, which will be a lowball bid for the company. I also believe Rubicon's management could be aware of -- and possibly in on -- the manipulation of our share price. Not saying they are, but not saying they aren't. This appears to have been a very effective multi-year scam to separate small investors and traders from their shares. Still, I'm long and hoping justice will be served at some point, hopefully in the near future. Unfortunately for many of the hopeful but unfaithful, many smart investors won't get to share in the eventual reward. JMO and no proof to offer.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Soros fund is buying gold....

    by winallin12 Nov 20, 2012 8:34 AM
    wolfman_jack_8830 wolfman_jack_8830 Nov 20, 2012 9:03 AM Flag

    Excellent read: http://www.businessweek.com/news/2012-11-19/soros-buying-gold-as-record-prices-seen-on-stimulus-commodities

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Our Exploration Team

    by wolfman_jack_8830 Nov 15, 2012 7:48 PM
    wolfman_jack_8830 wolfman_jack_8830 Nov 15, 2012 8:51 PM Flag

    All joking aside, I got back in today @ 3, which seems a cheap entry point, everything considered. Downside looks limited while upside potential is enormous. If you forget for a moment what you actually paid for your shares and look at today's price as your entry point, things actually look pretty darn rosy from this hole in which we're standing. Go team!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • wolfman_jack_8830 by wolfman_jack_8830 Nov 15, 2012 8:29 PM Flag

    Newly printed. Order yours today. It says, "David Adamson's taking this company to hell and I'm riding shotgun." Only $12.99 each, plus tax.

  • Reply to

    Our Exploration Team

    by wolfman_jack_8830 Nov 15, 2012 7:48 PM
    wolfman_jack_8830 wolfman_jack_8830 Nov 15, 2012 8:11 PM Flag

    Ever wonder how our executive staff and production team spend their days? My guess is playing poker with the Exploration Team.

  • wolfman_jack_8830 by wolfman_jack_8830 Nov 15, 2012 7:48 PM Flag

    The Rubicon exploration team consists of Matthew Wunder, Ian Russell, Terry Bursey, Crystal McCullough, Richard Greenwood, Keegan Harris, Alan Lambden, Andrew Quinlan and Terra Dittenhoffer. Ever wonder how these folks are killing their time these days? My guess is they must be bored to death :)

  • Reply to

    Email from Stacey Witten, Investor Relations

    by hcock0000 Nov 13, 2012 6:08 PM
    wolfman_jack_8830 wolfman_jack_8830 Nov 13, 2012 11:15 PM Flag

    hcock00000: ANYTHING you get from IR is for public consumption. You don't have to worry about posting their response because whatever they tell you is NOT going to be confidential. On the contrary. It's info they WANT in the public domain because it refutes the author's scurrilous claims that were written with the intent to damage 3D's reputation.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • wolfman_jack_8830 wolfman_jack_8830 Nov 12, 2012 10:31 PM Flag

    By Cody Willard, MarketWatch
    Today, I started smelling smoke again, after reading a lengthy, detailed expose on why 3D Systems’ /quotes/zigman/5280737/quotes/nls/ddd DDD -8.33% fantastic growth may not be so fantastic after all. That in fact, there may not even be real growth in DDD’s core business once adjustments are made for a multitude of acquisitions made over the past few years. And despite the stock’s tumble on that news today, we’re still up about 25% from our purchase price of around $34 per share. I don’t play with real fire and I certainly don’t mess around with questionable accounting, because it burns too. I’m selling DDD on Tuesday.

    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/where-theres-smoke-there-might-be-fire-2012-11-12

  • wolfman_jack_8830 by wolfman_jack_8830 Nov 12, 2012 7:16 PM Flag

    The feds are planning to block the legalization of pot in Colorado even after the vote to make it legal...what the hell ever happened to states rights? And why did so many of our men and women in the military sacrifice their lives on the battlefields of the world for FREEDOM if our elected officials won't allow us to have a little? The will of the electorate should prevail. Battle lines are being drawn; I know which side I'm on. That's my rant for today :)

  • wolfman_jack_8830 wolfman_jack_8830 Nov 8, 2012 4:30 PM Flag

    Your attempt to frighten longs here is much like trying to stop a tsunami with a fan. What you write here has absolutely **NO** effect on the share price. Retail investors aren't moving this stock and you won't influence any of the boys with deep pockets. Hey, If you can't see the future of 3-D printing, you haven't done your dd and shouldn't be playing in this arena. JMO as always and good luck. I hope you get wise and change course quickly, as time is of the essence.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    To all the negative posters.

    by baintally Nov 8, 2012 3:58 PM
    wolfman_jack_8830 wolfman_jack_8830 Nov 8, 2012 4:15 PM Flag

    Based upon the broken English in many of the posts here, I'm guessing DDD has lots of foreign traders (Chinese?) sucking up shares while trying to scare everyone else away. New shorts keep trying to gain some control over the price while older shorts are being forced to cover, which helps the share price continue a nice upward trajectory. This disruptive technology could take the share price to heights most of us can only imagine. DDD could easily prove to be a 30-bagger from its current share price in a very short time. Note to shorts: your losses could soon be insurmountable. Follow the money. For your own sake, go long before you lose it all. JMO as always :)

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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