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@bullionaire@dirk Just the same in Canada or the last term in the USA< at least they are not the establishment candidate. I now look forward to a tidy Democrat party winning in 2020. Canada has its own headaches as well.
@bullionaire@dirk if the project is good, then why should dilution be a problem, if value is there, then price of stock should be at a reasonable value. Investors want the upside... and for the most part hedging doesn't work out so well in the end.
@bullionaire@dirk My point on the hedge versus not hedged... Accounting policies are somewhat flexible, so one could either hedge or not and make a relevant case.. Equity is always best, as then there is no time constraints in repaying debt, nor is there the concern of commodity pricing volatility..
@bullionaire@dirk I think the smaller ones raised dollars for G and A, sure there is some drilling, but I think the g and a too high for the micros... just my two cents, not sure if thats a totally valid point. But would be very interesting to match drilling expenditures to capital raised in the sector.
@bullionaireLarge bounce on the med weed stocks, playing like 1999... @dirk... I won't play that one.. you can always let me know of a good warrant play.. long term should be excellent.... gold should resume its bull near the time trump moves into the white house.
@bullionaire@dirk FT can usually be sold for around half the price I believe for break even... Not sure of the precise amount.. but basically.. FT adds to a personal or corporate expense, and the sale is then a capital gain, with zero as cost basis. but and sell at the same price too many times.. and... haha...
@bullionaire@dirk Sorry on the phone and looking at the presentation not what you sent.. so 1 g/t and change... higher grade looks good.. why is 43-101 dated 2012, they have done more work since then..
@bullionaire@dirk I believe some companies already have that set up... Starbucks on both sides of the border?? Salvation army and so on.. However, with the amount of homelessness out there, something much more formal needs to be set up, on a cost efficient basis.. Maybe now some know why I speak out about the excesses in government.. If a politician needs to meet a foreign diplomat or leader surely it can be done on Skype, save the spend and do something much more creative than add to the greenhouse gas toll through the use of air travel.
@bullionaire@dirk. I think some think painting the tape happens.. Im not in that crowd. Im more of the opinion that money moves markets. He who has the money well.. But I do respect your point of view.
@bullionaire@dirk Disappointing in the least.. Wonder if that is tied to the any new regulation must be met with the deletion of two?? Canada is at least to me, early DEM 2008, and how did that work out... Maybe its the reason gold MIGHT? be on solider ground for the next bull leg...
@bullionaire@dirk When companies produce drill results, they should have to disclose the date that the results were produced by the assaying company... That would be great for all investors... Will the securities commissions move in that direction?
@bullionaire@dirk@goldfinger likely got this one right... $SBB likely some decent upside there when it gets taken over, I do think myself it will happen.. The premium if it does occur.. thats the question..
@bullionaire@dirk Ill let you put your buy orders.. I like it down south mexico.. and market is moving towards larger companies.. If you like cheap.. theres still around 400 TSXv companies trading less than 2M market cap CDN..