I hope this makes it even clearer, perhaps for an expanding audience of bargain hunters, just how phenomenally undervalued these miners are here.
After everything Jim Sinclair has done for me and for the entire gold investment community over the years, discovering that I've been able to return the favor even in some small way brings me tremendous satisfaction.
"While I am glad we have some forward-thinking billionaires who are willing to bankroll space exploration now that NASA can't afford it, I consider it the height of irony that those same billionaires seem to have no interest in mining ventures right here on Earth that are far closer to production and far more economically viable. Until such time as the mining and exploring equities here on Earth reflect a reasonable value for the buried treasure contained within their property portfolios, I would remind these billionaires that they may find themselves even better equipped to fund this long-term space venture if they were to also invest a bit of capital in mining just a little closer to home." [more]
I had something I needed to get off my chest: [more]
I have just received a set of observations from geologist / analyst Joseph Hamilton with Primary Capital resulting from his recent visit to the Black Fox complex. Because Brigus is continuing with a very critical stage of its turnaround process, with the market's restored faith in the company certainly at stake, I am sure investors and interested parties will find these timely observations very valuable. I know I did. [more]
Under "Captain" Cooke's able command, Endeavour Silver has breezed its way through a remarkable campaign of organic growth at its pair of producing mines in Mexico. Aside from the consistent execution behind that successful growth trajectory, the achievement is remarkable for the lengthy period of research and careful deliberation that preceded this week's announcement that Endeavour will finally acquire its third producing mine. As revealed during my conversation with Cooke back in August of 2010, the company's tireless quest for mine No. 3 began more than three years ago! [more]
It's been a rough road for gold and silver investors lately, and the thoroughly distressed valuations pervading the related production and exploration entities is enough to try the patience of even the most seasoned market participants. [more]
Happy Easter, Fools! [more]
Looks like First Majestic is going to move into a core position within my portfolio; which frankly is where it has belonged for quite some time. [more]
I'm not selling my small starter position, but nor am I adding more until Sometime after the revised resource comes out and I can make a detailed assessment. I already had my initial presumptions about the likely severity of the restatement blown out of the water, and I'm not prepared to raise my stakes withoud further clarity. [more]