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@Au@Nick@dekosc@Vaughn@kjm I'm with Questrade, only on a level 1 though. I do use Edge, but I'm still very much a newbie trader. This gold bull has been kind to me. Thanks Everyone. @Nick I found a spreadsheet that you can download from TMX that lists all the mining companies on the TSX and TSXV. They don't include last price, but they do include market cap and shares out - you can quickly figure out share price. You can find it on this ("Mining Comapnies Listed on the TSX and TSXV" http://www.tmxmoney.com/en/research/mining.html) page or directly from this (http://www.tsx.com/resource/en/101) link.
@nicholaslepan@vaughan@Fischlaender Re: $RYR I will contact RYR in regards to assays, but from my reading of the press release, the drilling confirms what they were looking for ie: the sub horizontal bodies, they found seven of them down to 63 metres. From my understanding, this is what they were looking for so that indicates a positive that they found and it appears to be higher up in the depth of the drill program and they found pyrrhotite deeper down. Pyrrhotite is often a product of magmatic separation, the settling of heaving minerals to the bottom of a crystallizing magma, so....it means it is found in hydro thermal veins which is a good indication that there may be more lucrative mineralizations. .It is associated with quartz as well But pyrrhotite is very common.
@NewtonThanks for suggestion with $eam there @vaughn. Another good one that helped me learn relevant info about the horn of Africa. Connects nicely to my prior writing on $aan. Please give me some more names from #pmsummit that you'd like to see covered!
@ExcelsiorI think we should make @PamplonaTrader handle #SwingForTheFences since he got that one rolling :-) (Ha!) [of course original credits go to @Vaughn and when I picked mine I hadn't read his initial comments yet, so I just went for longer term potential movers]
Yes, in all seriousness, all these stock picks are great. I've been enjoying the picks in each room, and think you made a great point with the #SafestStockPickingContest as well. It is nice balancing out the higher risker potential gainers with a few more solid companies as well.
Keep in mind you just wrote #Safestockpickingcontest , which has become an alternate room and I had accidentally typed the same thing as it is a bit confusing. There were picks in both rooms.
@poolman@Vaughn I'd be willing to bet Newfoundland doesn't have an entitlement program like we do here in the states for the folks coming into the country. That's why we're having the vast numbers of folks crossing into TX illegally. In the past they were willing to work and were hard workers, not so much any more. My wife's a middle school math teacher and she's had her fill of this new wave of folks. The kids reflect the attitude of their parents and don't care to learn, they're entitled to almost free housing, healthcare, food etc. Our entitlement program is the problem and way out of control here in the states.
@nlepanQuote of the day from @vaughn "i find in the junior space i tend to have an all or nothing mindset. I send my dollars into battle with the belief they will win but with the acceptance they are already dead." Lest we forget...all our lost dollars!
Mutt@vaughn depends on the context. In a tough market a no correction is a sign of strength i.e. most likely didnt correct for a reason, and vise versa. Although I prefer to buy on dips and sell into strength, but then again, this strategy works better for more liquid names.
@UpticksThe good? This company has the BEST tech readily available to the market NOW, with massive partnerships, Tesla shit the bed(anyone who doesn't know this doesn't have a clue).
The bad? Simple the "agenda twins" @Vaughn & @Edp007 are back trying to instill doubt about a company which they have a combined ZERO understanding of but, they WILL try to trade the shit outta, so a rise from this low is imminent at which point the twin "saviors" will tell us how great this tech is until they sell, its like clock work folks, and quite laughable. I would expect no less from bozo and krusty, maybe we should invest in Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Clown College.
@stocklor@goldbugx, I remember I went to the bank in 1972 and borrowed $5K to buy DV because the managers brother was running the show up there and the mgr. was loaning to anyone who asked. I didn't have a pot to piss in, but he loaned me the dough and I put the paper as security. I sold most of it for $20k and left another $30k on the table. Thank you Bunkie Hunt. I own it now because @Vaughn owns it now. Come on down, major!!
Anon@Vaughn glad you didn't take a position a year ago because with today's sp and the past nrs with no rise in sp. Also I won't get to excited with the ipo as it looks like it won't be successful on it's 3rd run
@HighROI@Vaughn Thanks. I don't envy your job. It was clear to me your instincts picked up on this clown some time ago. Losing 10 suspected clowns a day would be less of a loss than losing @pamplonatrader and @criticalinvestors chats to a private room.