Discussion in 'Stocks & Derivatives' started by willrocks, Apr 28, 2020.
This guy is really good on mining stocks - good enough for me to be a current subscriber, and his ideas have made me a lot of money this year.
He is also a contributor on HC, and it's not too hard to figure out which contributor he is.
PAAS is now $33. It was as low at $11 in Mid March. Almost tripled. Truly crazy.
Yep, solid analysis of gold stocks and the gold market.
Took a little longer than 2 weeks, but as expected the bidding war is on....
And check out that opening bid volume!!
Super smart move, hats off to you. 10% in 2 weeks.
Shandong is Chinese, Nord are Russians.... so I don't think this is over yet.
Which ones are more stubborn? Which ones are willing to bid higher to save face?
Big dump this week. At what point would you be interested in re-entering? 40c maybe?
Not sure, but watching it.
KAU announcements worth a read today. I’m in a few private discord chat rooms with HotCopper hearts and this one is being drummed up big time. Opportunity to accumulate before drill permit is granted and rig is mobilised
The market has finally woken up to this one.
Plenty of drill holes in the ground does not necessarily make a mine, or a ROI.
Sold half of my PAAS, took back my initial investment plus 35% profit. I know silver is still rising but this is getting ridiculous.
Some miners being advertised in this clip..
And the Chinese are back....
and CDV shareholders be like ..... pffft.
Anyone else received a call from a Nord Gold representative down playing Shandong's offer?
They called me.
They also called me and told me in a cheeky Russian accent that I should have bought this stock instead of Lakes Oil.
So Nordgold sends out a 15 page or so glossy booklet outlining their offer and Shandong sends out 2 A4 pages in B&W stapled together. That’s a much more significant expense on Nordgold’s part isn’t it?
By the time I received Nordgold's glossy publication (x 2 because my CDV holding spreads over 2 separate accounts), Shandong had already outbid them. So a big waste of time and expense it was.
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