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@tommyAdd value: Help the community save time and understand different points of view.
No pumping: Don’t cheerlead or try to manipulate the market. Show the work to back up your claims.
Quality over quantity: Make every message count and avoid repeating yourself. Don't clog the #index channel with low-value posts or promotional messages.
Stay positive: Take nothing personally. Respect and have patience for others. Harassment, insults and threats are not tolerated.
Beware: CEO.CA members discuss high-risk stocks which can lose their entire value. The opinions shared on CEO.CA often contain bias or factual inaccuracies. Stay skeptical of everything you read here and everyone posting on the site. Verify information, get help from a qualified financial professional and do your own thorough due diligence before making investing decisions.
@JTProps to @Tommy and @Murat for making such an efficient site, I'm off working in the middle of no where with one bar of service. Web sites don't open, most apps won't connect, sms messages have difficulty going through, but ceo loads efficiently. #feedback
@stonecrop@murat@tommy is there an IGNORE function on CEO? I would really like to ignore some folks who clutter up this site with useless posts. Please use the recommend posts to CEO's advantage. It's quite clear there are a few posters in here with an axe to grind with each other. Is there also a FAVORITE posters button so we have the ability to read only who we want to read? #feedback
anonymous@Tommy is on a secret tour in Argentina. Otto is also doing something secret over the next 3 or 4 days. Might their paths cross at Buritica'? Will they meet and what might they say? News at eleven.
@dirkdigglerDirk has NEVER used an alias to generate/stimulate the buying or selling of a stock for his own personal benefit, here.....or on any other forum. NEVER.....period. If you have evidence to the contrary @RocketRed, submit it to @Tommy or @Murat, or any other neutral and objective authority, and if they decide I am not being forthright in my assertion.....I will never post on this, or any other forum again. Your move @RocketRed
@MiningBookGuy*Additional $DAU notes -
-There’s A LOT more on this in the CEO.CA ‘Pro Room’. I am a paying customer and there are a handful of others right now. I thought it would be a fun experiment to give other Pro Members a leg-up, nothing more. The share price hasn’t moved much, but it allowed for ease accumulating shares (I have no idea if liquidity will return).
If you get a ‘Pro Subscription’, you can see ALL of my detailed posts on $DAU (and you’re helping @Tommy@Murat & the Team Out! *Note - I have no relationship with CEO.CA either). I will share a ‘short-version’ here. But even if you don’t get a subscription, I am happy to share some additional details privately if you send me a direct message.
-Market Cap/Share Structure/Volume are wrong at CEO.CA right now (this occasionally happens). But market depth is correct. Use CEO.CA combined with the following:
$DAU Powerpoint: http://www.desertgold.ca/images/pdf/presentation/2017/DAU_PPT_08Feb2017V2.pdf
TMXMoney Link (Market Cap/Share Structure/Trades are correct here): http://web.tmxmoney.com/charting.php?qm_page=77611&qm_symbol=DAU
@tommyFor Fairfax to back a miner, it would be Altius. I'd love to get a Prem Watsa interview for the site but he's a tough get. Apparently he lurks on "corner of Berkshire and fairfax" message board from time to time.
@BSBig thumbs up once more to @Tommy & @Murat, the fact that people are worried about this site and want quality to prevail shows how useful it can be, when used appropriately. I guess it's been just over 2 years now, impressive what is turned into. Let's make sure it doesn't deteriorate!
@BruceWayneThanks @tommy, the section on Warren's bet that no set of five hedge funds could outperform the sp500 over 10 years is pretty classic (starting at page 20) - spoiler - the hedge fund portfolio has returned 2.2% annually, while the sp500 has returned 7.1% annually, and thats not even including fees