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@BruceWayne@Quantum I can echo that, been a longtime shareholder of $CPG. I believe in their management, despite being serial diluters. It's a long road for them back to previous valuations but I believe in 5 years I'll look back and wish I had bought more at these levels
anonymousYou don't work for $SOLG or $cpg do you @pamplonatrader. Rumour on the street a few months back indicated you may. You'd have to disclose that info on a chat wouldn't You? I do not mean to start anything. I just remember seeing BD with a gentleman that I thought may have been you.
@AmicusI'm shocked none of you $CPG watchers mentioned $AZS. -My largest positions.- Got a games going on which exploration company of the 2 are going to touch .60 first. The battle is interesting right now. Am I the only silver junkie here?
@poolman@Mr.Smokey So one could say that $CGP is still somewhat undervalued as compared to $SOLG from the many prior posts I've read. Owning it now still has some upside then compared to $SOLG. Buying it would also makes sense then from a $SOLG perspective one would surmise. Any upside, which could be an impressive spike when it happens, would be a freebie if $CPG were acquired beforehand. Almost a no brainer for $SOLG to buy sooner than later IMHO, really no downside. Way to many catalysts, not to count on at least one happening.