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Previous thread died without a single bump edition, it's over

Commodities include
>Precious metals
Gold, Silver, Platinum group metals
Oil, Natural Gas, Uranium, Coal
>Base Metals
Copper, Iron ore, Nickel, Lithium, Cobalt, Zinc, Lead
Water, Agricultural, Salt

More information for each commodity
Calculators for DD
Steer Clear List
News Sources

>Youtube channels to follow
Palisade Gold Radio, Mining Stocks Education, Sprott Money, Goldsilver pros (Rob Kientz), Finding Value Finance, Gregory Mannarino, Peter Schiff, Macro Voices, Crux Investor
>Canadian junior press releases

>What is Austrian economics?
>Austrian economics books
What has government done to our money (Rothbard), The mystery of banking (Rothbard), and Profit & Loss (Mises)

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>> No.55498939

What happened to India becoming a leader in nuclear energy and pumping the uranium price, is that still on the menu?

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>> No.55499360

BHS is in dire need of a share consolidation, if price falls enough I might even buy back in

>> No.55499711

holding uranium bags for 36-60 more months ?
Is this a strategy ?

>> No.55499749

I wonder if they roped already?

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Thats me my nigger.

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> if price falls enough I might even buy back in

I keep buying a bit every pay day.

>> No.55501005

So are you going to wait till it goes back up?

>> No.55501452

Yes, I have been waiting a while

>> No.55501596

How are lumber prices supposed to do in the near to medium term future?

>> No.55501605

40 million trees are cut down every day.
5 million are planted.

>> No.55501635

That's 250 years till total perennial death.

>> No.55501639

You'll be rewarded for your patience.

>> No.55501640

Are you talking globally or in the US?

>> No.55501648

We've got more years of coal remaining than we do of lumber, then.

>> No.55501686

I'm wondering if US forest harvesting practices are much more sustainable than the global standards.

>> No.55501769

Global, the data is conflicting though and exponential use isn't accounted for in the 250 year estimate. Nor is wildfires.
I imagine the forests will be protected at some point before then though.
Probably. America has a lot of national parks and there are lobbyists. Most trees are from plantations in NA i think. Cheaper to get wood from SA where wood is often a byproduct of farmland creation. AFAIK deforestation is hardest in south america. Needs more research.

>> No.55501800

Thanks for the good info, bud.

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Thanks senpai, its been a long road.

>> No.55501872

So how does Nevada Copper look as a penny stock? An anon was asking about it and PAN MAN said they have serious infrastructure set up.
I called Nevada Copper and they said they start mining this year and are hiring like crazy. They said they're sitting on the biggest copper reserve in the U.S. and also have silver and gold.
So is this a potential moonshot, like a 30x investment opportunity?

>> No.55501913

I cant get their website to load right now, but they had a pretty solid resource to work with as well, but i have no idea what the management is like or how things are with the operation over all. Dont get carried away with hype, they have infrastructure and a great looking ore body, but now they actually need to show they can operate effectively, something that so many of these companies seem to constantly fail on.

>> No.55501927

Good info, Mr. PAN MAN

>> No.55501946

especially this part
>they have infrastructure and a great looking ore body, but now they actually need to show they can operate effectively, something that so many of these companies seem to constantly fail on

>> No.55502413

we cant see everything going on in a project at all times, but so many of the projects and companies we have looked at over the years were screwed by poor leadership.

>> No.55502738

>screwed by poor leadership.
you're such an optimist ever hopeful for the goodwill of men

all of these companies have poor leadership
they all want to screw you

>> No.55502999

Galleon webinar was a good update


>> No.55503475

Is worth it for someone low income to open a normal brokerage account or only Roth IRA?

>> No.55503730

I'm still holding all the things I've talked about. Other than that I've been busy moving? starting my business and taking steroids.

>> No.55503737

I still check in every day though. Gary took a posistion in gdx yesterday.

>> No.55504115
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Good rock farm?

>> No.55505090

Isn't that mostly niggers mindlessly razing the rainforests?

>> No.55505181
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>> No.55505837

It's a bit confusing what's meant by this proposed gold backed currency or commodity backed currency. Will the currency be exchangable for a fixed amount of gold or other commodities? I doubt they would put those restrictions on themselves. Maybe they just mean gold backed because the BRICS countries are all building their gold reserves and value gold as the main reserve.
I think gold could be used as money in the future at some point, but that's longer term.

>> No.55505851

Wtf? Each unit of currency will be backed by an amount of gold, what confused you? This isn’t a new concept.

>> No.55505880

So how does silver tie into this or should I just convert to gold?

>> No.55505891

Yeah I don't think they are going to do that.

>> No.55505963

Why not? Only countries will have access to redeem, everyday citizens cannot redeem

>> No.55505987

That sounds like a weird system.

>> No.55506013

It’s not. That’s how it was in the US post Breton woods. Why do you speak on economics if you don’t know history?

>> No.55506026

Because when the dollars dominance comes into question, tangible assets will be where people store their cash. However there aren’t very many tangibles that have 1) the qualities of money which keep transaction costs low and 2) I correlated with the US

>> No.55506052

>Why do you speak on economics if you don’t know history?
bro this is 4chan

>> No.55506080

Holy shit I hate namefags

>> No.55506557
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>Not being a namechad

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With the next leg up to $2,100+, I am going to sell out of all my holdings in any losers. I am hoping the pump in price will allow me to either break even or even come out with some semblance of a profit. Part of me has debated selling out now, and taking harsher losses in the short term, then putting that into my winners. Just in case those winners continue to outshine those losers anyway and would end up better profit. Any opinions? What about you guys, any game plans?

By the way, what about Blue Lagoon? I know it still has one or two fans here, but I am considering putting it in the loser group to be sold.

>> No.55507141

>Any opinions?
You should evaluate stocks on their own merits at any given time. Doesn't matter if you already own it or if you're down or up. Consider if you would invest at the current price if you didn't already own any.

>> No.55507949

How many seed and grow on their own?

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The whole point is that no one wants to trade in and hold each others dog shit currencies, so gold is the only answer.

>> No.55507974

The converse of that question if how many die on their own?
Deforestation has been going on for thousands of years as civilization has spread and created new farmland. Look at Europe in the Dark Ages: one big forest, practically.
The world can survive with smaller forests and more agriculture and humans.

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True, CBs are moving towards gold. But I doubt they would bind a currency to gold at this point, it just limits them. I think they will just keep using their own currencies while stacking gold. Gold price and reserves will rise over time giving gold more and more power in the global financial system and at some point parties will starting using it to trade because it has become such a large and stable asset class.

>> No.55508596

Barrick hanging on to this "little" mine for another 5 years


>> No.55508609

How does one get a job at Barrick Mining in Nevada? All the ads I see want years of experience.

>> No.55508710

Maybe you tell them an alternative truth

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unmissable, two great minds

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I used to respect don durret but he u ironically writes books about investing using the moon

>> No.55510670

Wasn't Atlas Salt supposed to release their FS by Q2 end? Another delay?

>> No.55511791

Two more quarters
Buyout imminent
17x soon

>> No.55512014

No. They have more important things to do, like give $500k to the Ameduri brothers for a low-information pump.

>> No.55512242 [DELETED] 

the guy is in his 70s and his thesis is always "mine X" can be a 10 bagger at $50 silver

>> No.55512291

the guy is around 70 and his thesis is always "company X can be a 10 bagger at $50 silver."

>> No.55513528


>Boomer diligently throws all of his money in his youth to a company or two
>One boomie gets lucky as company eventually does 1000x
>Everyone is in awe of his success and begs for advice from the old sage
>Boomer to pull it off again by shotgun investing into everything while over confidently peddling books about how he made it and selling newsletters about his picks.
>Hasn't made a fucking dime from the markets since, but two more weeks and he will.

This is basically 99.99% of the people out there peddling their bullshit and it has become abundantly clear in the recent years.
It's like listening to a kid who mined a shitload of bitcoins when they were cheap and thinking he had some kind of foresight to know this would happen, instead of admitting he just found a fuckton of them on some forgotten USB stick.

>Expecting sodium boys to stay on schedule

These guys have fucked up every single one of their time frames by a wide margin.
If their resource wasn't so stupidly good and if TPR wasn't such an incredible deal about to get bukkake'd by government money, I just might be a bit fucked off about holding this.
Luckily due to how fundamentally good it is, no amount of management fuckups can destroy this play. Incompetence can only delay it.
The new CEO should get rid of these persisting management issues.
Unless of course they choose some knuckle dragging chucklefuck for it, which for these guys is of course a real possibility.

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>today I will remind him

>> No.55515613

>the math was not the math

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>gold will hit $3,000 an ounce and silver $60 an ounce by the end of the summer.

>> No.55517368

I always trust a guy named david

>> No.55517664

I pray this Chud-faced boomer is right

>> No.55517807

underground rockfall kills a Santacruz miner


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>> No.55518692

Gary put full on positions in miners this morning and even allowed leverage.

>> No.55518887

ah shit thats never fun to hear. Ground support is always a must, but proper scaling is critical too!

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thank you red for letting us know

I guess its time for me to put my remaining cashh in a new position. I'm eyeing hard Summa silver. Will probably buy them, their drill result is good, Eric has 19%, share structure still intact, 10M in bank...

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3 excellent chart that align with gary and brady theory of the low being last week.

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TPR https://www.newsfilecorp.com/release/173061

>> No.55521292

2 more months

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Outstanding Snowlinebro! SGD racing towards a new ATH today. The eventual buyout will be yuge! And more drill results coming soon, WAGMI

>> No.55521855

There might be only two guy who bought SGD here. Sad.

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I shilled it about 5 times here when it was $0.20 US (Aug '21) and nobody was interested. I was sadly almost completely out of dry powder to buy much at that price but got a little there near the bottom.

>> No.55522292


TPR is realistically the only play here for them to choose not just because of the best dome, but because of the time frame alone.
They're way further into the game than the newcomers who still need to drill to validate the domes and hydrogen should be up and running by 2025.
All of the copycat companies can get fucked.

I do wonder if this is ever going to trade or not though.
I have a sneaking suspicion it won't, though I wish it does.
Considering the likely upcoming hydrogen mania, companies like this are going to make an absolute killing and I want to ride that overvalued rocket up.

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Would be awesome to see TPR trade, sucks that unproven Vortex rocketed while we wait.

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yeah I was building my Irving position at the time, no wonder I didnt listen. Oh well that's life, cant grasp every opportunity.

Finally took position in Summa Silver, 6k shares, I'll consider it as a full position and build cash again for mid August when I'll buy a new position again.

>> No.55522973

The reason forbthat is Pan Man told everyone it was on an island surrounded by ice so you need helicopters.

>> No.55523244


Jaguar down big on lower production today. I don't even think it's worth buying here honestly, I'm starting to get Great Panther vibes from this one. Mines are getting long in the tooth and exploration potential doesn't seem great. Their new higher grade project is refractory and still only like 5 g/t non bulk minable, it seems like a lost cause. The CEO was talking about building a POX plant for this small refractory low grade resource, not going to happen.

>> No.55523265

That's still true though.

>> No.55523284

Did they burn your car in the riots french anon?

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I live in a residential area so no, retards don't have access to my belongings. I'm leaving this shithole at the first opportunity, big reason I'm all-in on PM.

These NPC get angry over the wrong reason, and burn the wrong buildings. I will fully enjoy this transfer of wealth.

>> No.55523457

>retards don't have access
>These NPC get angry over the wrong reason
It's alright, could can call them niggers and nafris here. Where will you go (realistically)?

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>I'm leaving this shithole at the first opportunity
what's better than France? Japan?

>> No.55523502

Noone's actually moving to japan, the language is impoosible to learn.

>> No.55523503

Anyone know how much NAK will sore when it gets the green light? The EPA vetoed the permit using the clean water act, but now the clean water act doesn't apply to this mine anymore and the permit has been sent back to USACE to be remanded. I believe the pebble mine has the world's largest store of copper, just surprised no one else is shilling it.

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It'll depend on how much I can grow my capital in this bullmarket. First stop will probably be switzerland, I live very close to it, it'll give me time to plan better on where to settle on the long term.

Everywhere is better than here.

>> No.55523902

I always do the cool style to be honest, maybe I am meant to live in Japan.

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when Bayhorse hits $100 Japan will be filled with weebs

>> No.55524465

Anyone know any tips or advice about running a logging processor?
I might have a processor job soon paying about $120k when I get up to speed. I've operated joystick controlled heavy equipment, but if anyone knows about logging processors, please chime in.

>> No.55524507

He said this leg up will be erratic but to hold through volatility. He said at least a test of aths is expected.

>> No.55524523

It's garbage and there are hundreds of other better investments. It only goes up because it's stupid and in this market only stupid investments go up. That will change though and it changed back when the low was hit in November of last year.

>> No.55524536

I'm in the process of moving onto my property and starting a farm.

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to call Snowline "garbage" after their drill results is being a disingenuous double-retard

>> No.55525689

wtf has Wesdome been doing for the past year?

>> No.55526287

>I keep buying a bit every pay day.
Can you explain how you think BHS will ever produce silver from an mine that is played out and been abandoned several times because there is nothing left worth mining? They probably could get 0.60 cents on the dollar for the ore sorter if they bought it not leased it, and sold it, other than that BHS has to pay for care for the mine and processing facility in Idaho. Seems like it is set up as one big money sink with zero revenue streams, only sucker investors.

>> No.55527429


Thanks to China's export ban, users of Gallium are rushing to stock up on the metal before they cant get it at normal rates.

>> No.55527641

Over rated and over valued on a technical basis. It will experience a pull back within the next two weeks.

>> No.55527644

I wonder what their Capex requirements will be to build that mine in the middle of nowhere with no infrastructure.

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Another great day for SHLE yesterday, let's see how long it keeps up

Hope you're still buying sand Lassen and not buried under it somewhere

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Snowline's plan is to sell, they brought in the guy from Great Bear who knows how to do it.

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CPI 1 hour

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CPI 0.2% M/M, Exp. 0.3%
CPI Core 0.2% M/M, Exp. 0.3%
CPI 3.0% Y/Y, Exp. 3.1%,
CPI Core 4.8% Y/Y, Exp. 5.0%

>> No.55529208

I can't understand him honestly. I mean, he is 65+ years old now and don't have children I think ? You have tons of capital at that age (especially after being in PM since late 1990s), so why not just fucking buy some major, stream and ETF ?

I wouldn't bother with all this shit in exploration if I was his age.

>> No.55529769

Wtfwt gold bros... have we reached the end of the two weeks?

>> No.55529781

Maybe it's a hobby for him.

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Spot just need to hold now.

Meme number :
>1950 Gold
>23.75 Silver

>> No.55530346

Just because it's happened before doesn't mean it's not weird. If I can't redeem I don't care and don't want it. Might as well be fiat to me.

>> No.55530380

Can silver miners please finally go up now

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too many fake breakout. Dont see the future but right now seems like a very good time to buy.

>> No.55530420

Lol no, you’ve been in this game long enough to know what happens

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>Same goes for Silver being well above 23.60, but we have not closed above there 'yet'. Next big resistance is 24.62, high on June 9.
>Gold above 1960 but has not closed above there 'yet'.

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I'm ready

>> No.55530700

Is Guanajuato still liked here, or have people moved on? Remember when they were Vangold?

>> No.55530772

checked, I like them and have a position

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They're still the very best silver producer you can get your hand on.

I sold at a profit early this year when they took too much debt for my taste. Will buy if they don't moon and repay it but I doubt that will happen.

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>> No.55530848

Gogold is the best silver producer

>> No.55530860

Gogold is 5 times the price with half the leverage. Gogold is just safer, nothing else.

>> No.55530908

Guanajuato under $0.30 US seems like a pretty good price. They can run up to .40+ in a hurry and a lot higher if silver ever really breaks out

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>> No.55531778

zoom out

>> No.55532602

>best silver producer you can get your hand on.
>can't make a profit
Low standards for a silver producer

>> No.55532739

If your balls deep in developers probably

>> No.55532806

Silver up almost a dollar and silver stocks across the board are up 5-10%.

Oh but wait snowline is DOWN 5%. That doesn't look good! This is day one of the next intermediate cycle though! Surely if something was going to perform well it would be up considerably like all the other miners are....

Huh. Maybe it's over valued and is going to under perform.

>> No.55532812

You dont know enough about gogolds resources if you're saying that. For every dollar that goes up their npv increases dramatically.

>> No.55532821

Peter says its down to 90 from here.

>> No.55532826

Gary seems to want to give safe advice with the likes of GDX and GDXJ. That is fine, but GDXU isn't that that much risker. I guess in case it goes down he doesn't want to have panic sellers seeing the big red numbers from 3x leverage and jumping out, then getting mad at him later.

With that said, he likes XLE and OIH for oil. Is there something better?

>> No.55532875

I was thinking about this a couple of minutes ago and here is my thought.

In this market it's all algorithms, etfs, and masses of normie morons. There's virtually no point in stock picking because usually you will under perform i think to be successful in this market you have to follow fund flows vecause this market is too fucking stupid and too fucking broken to make money stock picking.

Having said that. Stock picking works, but you have to make sure you pick the eight ones. You have to make sure they are solid.

One strategy I like to employ is go onto an etf and look at the holdings. You have a prefiltered list right there of stocks that were "good enough" to be selecting by this fund and then you go through that list filtering further looking for specific criteria such as good torque and small market caps.

Then when the etfs rip as the sector turns into your favor, you get double torque as the underlying stock you picked rips even higher.

So Gary's mentality is probably similar. He's a great trader and can make money in any market. Today is evidence of another one of his fantastic calls which is why I subscribe to his newsletter. He doesn't nee d to pick stocks because he can make money just swinging general trades.

However I do stock pick and maintain a curated list of companies in my portfolio. I haven't kept up on oil for about a year, but if I had to pick one stock for explosive gains I would say athabasca oil.

Gary also says that oil is putting in a bottom right now and so over the next month we should be looking for entry opportunities. So good to think and talk about this now.

>> No.55533018

Yep. Athabasca is certainly a pick. I agree with Gary and his individual company risk though. We of all people learned this shit the hard way. I made a rule for myself to minimize individuals to never be beyond 50% of my total holds. Etfs may never give a 100x, but most miners don't and just lose and dilute. While I would certainly include Athabasca, I no longer would not want it to be a big percent of my portfolio and rather leave that for an etf. Even the most solid guys can bite you in the ass and plummet 10-30% in a minute. I don't want to deal with that anymore. That's why even if I do get some individual oil, I also want to feel secure with a big return etf.

Hell, some etf outperform individuals. GDXU today outshined any of my gold guys. That might change as we go on, but its a great example that etfs are not just "boring boomer investments", and are able to perform.

On the topic, might as well ask about silver. Looking over my holding today, my only silver left are Herclues, Abra, and Avino. Is there someone I should add? I absolutely have enough gold, both in etf and individuals.

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big day today lads

>> No.55533137

>you have to follow fund flows vecause this market is too fucking stupid and too fucking broken to make money stock picking
Following flows is a form of stock picking, though.
A fucking dart board or dice also qualifies.

The biggest thing is risk management, position sizing, and trade psychology. Nothing else matters.

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>> No.55534040

Tudor Gold keeps hitting more gold at Treaty Creek near KSM and Brucejack, thats going to be a massive mine too, just so costly to build.


>> No.55534197

I was seeing New Found Gold on US listing was red for the day. Who was it that was saying it was being manipulated to accumulate?

>> No.55534565

How are coal miners expected to do in the near and medium term? They were booming last year. Is this still the case?

>> No.55534968

Silver minor anon was finally proven right. All naysayer btfo

>> No.55535178

I have Hercules, Abra, and avino and I think they performed excellently today. I wish I had a gdxu posistion lol. I will try to get one tomorrow. I also like i-80 gold but there's a lot to research on that company if you want to buy them because they do have a lot of information and possible problems. I also like gogold.

In all my time on cmmg I consider Abra, gogold, and avino to be some of the best junior miners but I also haven't heard of every company or done extensive research on a ton of companies. Moreso, those three miners I have seen very smart well reputable people recomend and then I dug through the companies and tried to find glaring problems and I couldn't find any. Then I analyzed their market caps and potential returns during a bull market and I think they will secession all perform.

Companies I have a favorable opinion of or semi favorable.

Impact -owner is an asshole but they do produce silver. They were the biggest performer of the last bull.

Kootenay silver - great project but owners are diluting faggots. Retarded cheap market cap.

Silver one- great project. Great jurisdiction but owners are faggots of the highest degree.

Dolly varden- great project very high reactivity to silver bull markets but owner is a giant cock gaggling faggot.

How much physical silver do you have. Gary says it will out perform miners. Don't know if I completely buy that but I can see it.

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>How much physical silver do you have. Gary says it will out perform miners. Don't know if I completely buy that but I can see it.

why would physical, for the first time in history, outperform miners now?

>> No.55535362

If you buy GDXU, are you gonna wait for a dip or just grab a ticket knowing it will go up?

I would not hold anything with bad management. You need volume to go up, and these companies with poor history are red flags to a lot of people in the sector. They burned people so much everyone knows it. It's hard to reel in new suckers and I believe proven companies will prevail in the long run.

I have 200 oz silver, 3 oz gold, 1 oz platinum. I would have loved to have a treasure chest, but I think miners are way more upside. Better to have miners and then use that to buy more physical after the bubble pops. I think Gary said metals would outperform if certain things were going on in the word. I forgot what he said. I am sure if it happens he will tell us to toss miners and just do like gld.

Of course a small part of me wonders if there is no bubble, but instead this is day 1 of the new world order and metals become priceless. But that's way out in schizo lands.

>> No.55535516

Because you won't be able to get it because things are so bad.

>> No.55535523

I'd probably just buy it knowing it's going to go up. Gary says it'd 12-18 weeks of up from here.

>> No.55536160

>ctrl+f Gary
>11 results

>> No.55536402

How many silvers for asian waifu like in your pic?

>> No.55537055

what idiot injected india into the uranium thesis? and who told you the price would runaway before 2025? this is not a get-rich-quick scheme this is an investment for decades to come. if you got in at the end of 2020 you're still sitting pretty.

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>> No.55537069

this is fucking retarded, the 40 million that were cut down were also 99% new growth from years prior. there are more trees on earth than ever in history now that we farm them.
that 5 million will balloon to 50 million at the drop of a hat, the minute the price is right

>> No.55537194

I would never do this. I like to keep my stocks to around 10 - 15

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>> No.55537520

the minimum quality demanded of gold that covers 99% or maybe even 100% of its uses is four nines -- i have never come across an industrial use of gold where the input can be lower quality than that, even if what they do with it is blend it to make the final product, like for heat shielding.
the minimum quality demanded of silver, however, is something like 70%. this means that secondary supply is absolutely massive and mostly uncounted for. the hunt brothers failed to corner the market back when literally 1000x what they ever bought was totally available, but unaccounted, because it happened to be sitting in americans' kitchen and jewelry drawers.
they lost to fucking spoons. literally.
the situation is the same today, the silver is just hidden elsewhere. that huge historical gold:silver ratio that goes back to the 1700s or whatever is meaningless. it ain't coming back. we accidentally find silver all the fucking time.
i don't know what's going on right now or what the near future is for silver, but "silver miners" have never been riskier. if a company mines a bunch of shit and silver is a component of the portfolio, that's safer.

>> No.55537543

The fucker makes money. Simple as.

>> No.55537779

Looks who's here bright and early to FOMO into GDXU :^)

>> No.55538049

Got in lol.

>> No.55538060

And I went with jnug.

>> No.55538497

Yep. I know Gary wants people to get rich slow and know people are quick to sell out so he recs slow burn etfs, but guys like us can take a little bit more risk for a much greater upside. I'm not sure if oil or metals have greater upside,and contemplate keeping how much on the sideline to pounce on oil when its time.

>> No.55538767

I still think PMs will go down before they start their real sustainable uptrend to the +2k.
CPI won't stay down if commodities inflate at all, especially regarding the energy sector which is what's happening.
PMs are trading inverse to the dollar and the powers that be can't keep on letting the dollar slide down for too long or they'll reinflate the absolute fuck out of everything and they won't be able to catch up at all with their pussified approach.
Fed is stupid and cowardly and it's beneficial to bet on the higher ups constant stupidity, but there's a fine line between that and flat out suicidal.
My take on this is that this is just another fakeout to the upside in many commodities, but the fed is going to get a far more hawkish stance on the system because they simply have to.
Besides they haven't been able to curb demand at all, economy and consumer is still way too strong.
If they let reinflation run at all without trying to play catch up right from the get go, they'll be in the deepest shit in human history and have to be even harder on the system in the future.

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pretty surprised we broke 100, most were thinking it would hold a few more days/week. Seems like 90 is the next step if it close

Also pretty happy to have pulled the trigger tuesday on Summa silver, not usual to buy a bottom. Next magic number are 1980$ for Gold and around 26 for Silver, should have taken note.

>> No.55540252

I don't feel so good, bros.

>> No.55541494

How far up and late are the markets above the 200 at this point holy shit

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Dollar is going to dump to 90. Stocks are going to dump 30%. Gold will break 2100 and this will all happen by September.

Official call. Red.

>> No.55543087

I'll send the word on the il call when he gives it. Athabasca is up 30% in the past week BTW.

>> No.55543108

>still think PMs will go down before they start their real sustainable uptrend to the +2k.

Why? The couldn't smash them down past 1900.

>> No.55543399

I will definitely get a position, just make the etf a majority of the hold. I still haven't decided on the etf. As far as what I am seeing OILU seems to have gotten the most gains of the etfs this week. I think their gas holding made them lose today. Still undecided.

>> No.55544316


>Chinese solar companies, however, are actively exploring using cheaper alternatives like electroplated copper, though so far results have been mixed. Technologies that use cheaper metals are now sufficiently advanced, and will soon be put into mass production once silver prices surge, according to Zhong Baoshen, chairman of Longi Green Energy Technology Co., the world’s biggest panel manufacturer.

>“Substitution will look more interesting when silver’s at say $30 an ounce as opposed to $22 to $23,” said Philip Klapwijk, managing director of Hong Kong-based consultant Precious Metals Insights Ltd.


>> No.55544623

Do people here think coal investment will continue to do well?
Coal has been on a tear the last couple of years.

>> No.55544694

imagine still holding gaywhores silver

>> No.55545506

Have you gone up at least a significant amount this week?

>> No.55545718
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>Geos leave comments dabbing on your crappy deposit and models
>accidentally leave the commented photos in your 43-101

>> No.55546095

Kek, link?

>> No.55546121

no way thats very bad. Someone didnt do even the basic checking.

>> No.55546150

Has now been removed and replaced with an amended version. Though I'm just posting based off of the ceo board anyway. Only reason I've heard of this stock is because it was being pumped recently. Apparently the deposit is also hundreds of meters deep, under a lake, and entirely on FN land.

>> No.55546354

Ah yes I remember hearing about that one. Solid project.

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>if only you knew how comfy things actually are

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Friday morning bumpo

>> No.55548822

What is y'alls favorite gold pick rn?

>> No.55548848

a 3x Gold ETF

>> No.55548956

where are my wheat bros at?
bought any in the last dump?
its pumping nicely at the moment. lets see what happens towards the end of the day

>> No.55549020

I think I'll sell blue lagoon at a loss after this little PM pump
In 3 months the mine is covered in snow again and the chart looks terrible as of now
Maybe I'll get back in next spring

>> No.55549084

What site do yall use for investing, is there one with no restrictions? Im NA, and been investing a little in stocks thru my bank but some shi I see talked about here isnt available to buy through them.

>> No.55549102

get an off shore broker.
make sure they are at least 15 years in business.
make sure they are trustworthy

>> No.55549120

Just use International Brokers

>> No.55549413

I know both Crescat and GV have positions. Is Lagoon drilling right now or waiting on assays?

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Hallo Dansker, why are my cheapies gone?

>> No.55549525

Still plenty of cheap gold stocks my jeet friend, the village will not go hungry if you buy and do not redeem.

>> No.55549570

I'm planning on buying some land, if it doesn't work out I'm gonna go back to silver. I don't even have 1000ozt of just silver.

>> No.55549640

1000 oz is pretty good, you must be the village chief.

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none of us own enough SILVER

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nice release today


>> No.55550159

Hard to say. Metallurgical coal will outlast thermal coal, and we will be using coal for decades to come. The companies are really cheap, but coal prices have fallen a lot and can fall even further, like nat gas. Regardless, only the high quality coal is interesting.

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kek, look at these (((cocksuckers))) defending $25. Silver touches $25.01 and it triggers a .20 smash

>> No.55550242

Put your hands in the air and give silver your energy.

>> No.55550330

Fuck off nigger, I need silver to drop so I can buy. I'm praying for the Jews to do their fucking job.

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lot of $ going into countering silver memetics

seems a bunch of diff groups all interested in it

cia (usa glowies), mossad (jew glowies), and finance glowies

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the value of silver wont be realized until economic collapse hits. until then it will prob bounce around. if it goes up radically it means dominos.

just hodl it and forget about it. waste of time to price check. silver will let you know when it goes up, you don't have to check.

>> No.55550515

You had two thousand years.

There's always some faggot begging for more time.

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lot of $ going into countering silver memetics

seems a bunch of diff groups all interested in it

cia (usa glowies), mossad (jew glowies), and finance glowies

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>economic collapse
my stack is ready

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we fought back and it's happening again, why are we witnessing so much chutzpah at $25?

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gold not a good idea imo. hard to barter, too valuable.

MMS is another must-have. probably more valuable then silver (also much cheaper). see picrel. get some NAC too.
inventor's website:
also make sure to have money for other things in the meantime

no one should want it to happen, will be a bad time. not sure if the the anti silve rmemes are to slow the onset of the collapse, or to just ensure anons are destitute. pretty sure the collapse demolition is under firm control, i think it's more so the later. there is just a lot of obvious paid anti-silver memetics. there is also pro silver shilling. economic collapse is planned though. so the luciferians can come in and solve all the problems with their preferred solutions (NWO). qanon-trump-elon all part of these prefabs.

they need organic anon support for qanon-trump-elon memeplex so they can sew it up with israel where they will run the world government from

also lust memes are unnecessary and shilly

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>lust memes
kek, a British anon made that classic in 2019

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it's working, our 3rd run today at $25

>> No.55552115

Looking like higher lows for the day. Just needs one good push when near the top.

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What are CMMG's top dividend yielding picks? I've been out of the loop for a while but want to rebalance back into resources, commodities, utils, energy, etc

>> No.55552363

Shutup faggot

>> No.55552417

Tourmaline Oil
Crescent Point Energy
Are my highest dividend yielding stocks

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B2Gold is paying 4%, not bad for a gold miner
>webm unrelated

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johnny lambo bros...

>> No.55554347

Whitehaven coal

>> No.55555015

two moar weaks and something will finally happen

>> No.55556032

Do coal and oil have a future in the US? The NYT has an article arguing that this decade will see both commodities decline hugely.


Are they right? And is the "green transition" going to last or fizzle out? Is it only working due to subsidies?

>> No.55556216

coal and oil arent going anywhere for a long while yet. The instant green transition is bullshit for a number of reasons, but one being that heavy industry still needs hydro carbons to make so much of our modern world i dont have time to list them.
Coal (especially metallurgical coal) is not going away as we need it for pure carbon in steel manufacturing. We will probably slowly see society move towards wider adoption of EV but oil / gas and coal are not vanishing any time soon.

>> No.55556252

Thanks, PAN MAN. I currently work in fossil fuels and propaganda like that NYT article, combined with the irrationality of the greenies, sometimes gets me worried.

>> No.55556310

just think of how much plastics / oil products are used in modern life, only 1/4 might be replaceable with other synthetic materials. The coal power industry is probably going to fade out over the coming decades, but gas will probably take its place.

>> No.55556378

How long do you think thermal coal has? That NYT article said half of coal fired power plants currently operating in the US are scheduled to be shut down by 2030.

>> No.55556447

yea 2030 is probably it in north ameria (except for places where it just simply cant easily be replaced by renewables or other fossil fuels that is). Nuclear is really the future, with everything else acting as backups. SMRs need to become the norm, industry wants them for all sorts of projects.

>> No.55556469

Isn't the vast majority of the U.S.'s hydrocarbon energy in the form of coal, much more so than petroleum of gas?
I agree nuclear can and should be the future, but I don't see gas replacing coal unless the U.S. imports gas long term.

>> No.55556475

*petroleum or gas

>> No.55556623

Also, is there potential for the US to be a major thermal coal exporter like Australia and Indonesia are?
Or is the US's geographic isolation from markets too much of a potential barrier?

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(((Charles Schwab))) gives Hecla an F rating. Is this the most bullish reason ever for buying Hecla?

>> No.55556722

Chuck is actually a devout Catholic.

>> No.55556739

Still an asshat, though

>> No.55556762

yes the US will likely start dumping thermal coal over seas, they already ship vast amounts out too but that depends on if the market sticks around. If everyone switches to different energy sources that are the same price or cheaper than thermal coal, than it wont be mined.
And i am not sure if thermal / met coal beats hydrocarbons anymore, there is a lot of coal in the US, but there is a LOT of oil too.

>> No.55556828

Coal is the fuel that lifted every wealthy country out of poverty and it's still doing so today with developing nations.
Maybe we can sell thermal coal to Africa.

>> No.55557274

Anyone here think American thermal coal mining companies have a long future?

>> No.55557929

>3x ETFS up 20-30%
>Most miners up maybe 10%, some even down
Why aren't I just all in on 3x spot price again?

>> No.55559175

Red and I were discussing this up above. I personally came to the conclusion that etfs are not safer, but also capable of more consistent returns. The theory was etfs would go up 30% total, while miners would go up 50x. So far this is clearly not the case. This could change the further out we go, who knows. I still hold ONLY the best miners just in case, but a majority of allocation is in etfs. Seriously, everyone get rid of every piece of shit you've been holding hoping to just break even, its not worth it.

>> No.55559874

>pmg is currently people just posting about trans stackers
Lmao. Anyway, how much do you guys hold in physical?

>> No.55560070

>(((Charles Schwab))) gives Hecla an F rating
are you expecting any brokerage to provide honest information? They all trade on insider info and are part of the system to rip off retail traders. Watch how fast the grades change from F to A when they decide to pump the stock price and sell into the surge of retail getting in. Also notice Schwab does not rate its own ETFs that frequently under perform the market.

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Your participation needed:

Global Hyperinflation. General /GHG/ >>>/pol/434576953

>> No.55561267
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You don't have to be a jew to give this dog an F rating

>> No.55561329

So uh dumb question. NASA just released a new battery discovery that far outperforms and removes the need for lithium, replacing it instead with selenium/sulphur. I want to speculate on prices of selenium going up in at least the next 3 years. A commodity should be the correct mechanism for this right? Does anyone issue a contract for that long?

>> No.55561532

I'm thinking of going full-autism mode in researching and investing in this sector. My reasoning is that the software sector is supersaturated, and this this is the wild west by comparison. Am I roughly correct?

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>33 million free cash flow

>> No.55561887

Where do you get $33M FCF?

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I just added the D&A to the loss, it’s really like 36. I just typed the wrong number

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With their hedge they really have 42m fcf

>> No.55562773

EBITDA and FCF are two completely different things. Focussing on EBITDA is pretty useless in general imo as any business will need to make investments to keep the business running. You can't just let stuff break and not replace it, the mine will grind to a halt.
Net profit isn't perfect either but usually it's pretty reliable as it accounts for everything.

>> No.55562803

Even with maintanence, I’m sure they’re still making well over 30m fcf. It’s a bit disingenuous to say they’re losing money when almost 25% of cogs is Non cash expense

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Not at all because they have huge sustaining capex needed to keep the mines running and new development capex for new mines. It's a capital intensive business.
Look at pic related, FCF is top row minus bottom row, it's shit too. Remember their mkt cap is $3.6B. They should be making $300M+ per year. But it's a silver stock, so it's way overbought.

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Anyone else waiting for CL to come back to $72 to slurp?

>> No.55563711

I decided to check out if any of the major news sites were talking about gold or silver. Not one of them has talked about the massive runs they made this week. Holy shit.

>> No.55564936

News from the ongoing TECK saga!


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I'm looking at six to eight years
For the full auto
You retards don't forget my frac sand thesis. I'm gonna win and I'm gonna win big

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Nobody bought step when I told them too
I'm in the archive just now. All you reardederd faggots deserve whatever you get. I told you niggers

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I told you so. I fucjing told yiu

>> No.55565408

The fact that I was trading while incarcerated should clue you faggots in

>> No.55565429

They sent the thunder
I felt sorry for the second swat team because they were just gonna die beside the first swat team. Not honorable.

>> No.55565491

I'm going to bed
Hey red. Do you have hills near you? I'm looking to relocate. I'd see what y'all into I'm driving thru to grab up some mississippi river access before it does more than. I can chew!

>> No.55565575

Shit was weak it
Derek wells of Whitney ranch sponsored by jimmy fisher of jlfisher tried to kill me to protect his little whore hustle for food stamp
Gotcha bitch

>> No.55565584

He taught me what I know
Hollywood trained people like you and me
Just another hollywood trained guy. Like me

>> No.55565599

300oz silver, 6oz gold and 6oz platinum
It's more than my stock portfolio

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Welcome back negro, glad to see you still kicking, thought you might have got rekt in all that chaos >>55528684

lmao that fucking mugshot smirk
I'd ask you the plan but you might as well call the glowies directly in that case

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>able to trade in jail
>not able to shitpost on the chinz
not a brag

>> No.55565961

That you, lassen? Fucking kek. Looks like I was right that you finally injected one too many marijuana's. This is where (((ancap))) leads you. While in the slammer, read mein kampf.


>> No.55566819

You cant read you stupid bitch. Did you find a coloring book or what?
I'm gonna move to Arkansas or southern Missouri. That's my plan so far

>> No.55567089

Yeah I was having to just thru hoops just toget ticker info and make trades
Gonna pull back and dca in as best I can
Smart sand finally turning the corner I see
Wondering what it'll do at $85 oil

>> No.55567149

So that guy in the article was your opp or what? impossible to tell what you mean when you constantly write like you are extremely intoxicated.
I thought it didn't matter that cali was being overrun by mexicans who vote for extreme left wing politics? what went wrong ancapsisters?

>> No.55567484

You are a dumb nigger
Don't ever respond to me you low IQ faggots. Go watch cartoons boy

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Good luck bro and don't mess around. Time and bars are no joke but you don't need me to tell you that shit.

I'm all in on metals now save for my SHLE position which I ain't touching. $21 cup still looking good.
Before long people will be asking how to buy our sand bags.

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Select sand did a reverse split
Step energy got a 5 year cup and handle forming just now. I emailed you
When you coming to get hr states to kick it with me and Red? I'm itching to do some fishing but got an ankle monitor so I can't possibly get it wet which means no kayaking or fishing

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>Step energy got a 5 year cup and handle forming just now. I emailed you
Damn nice catch.
Just seen those emails sorry man haven't checked them all week I spent most of the past week wiped out

Maybe I'll come visit the states when we finally make it and I have money to travel. Until then I'll be fishing for dreams and memes

>> No.55569637

We're flat where I'm at. Hills are a few hours away. Hill country is really nice but you have to deal with austin. If I could live anywhere I would look at Oklahoma. The government isn't as cool as other right wing states but the land is beautiful.

>> No.55569646

Probably good choices

>> No.55569651

What the hell did you do to get an ankle monitor?

>> No.55569670

This only take posistions in the best miners and use the rest in etfs. Cycle gains into physical.

>> No.55569681

I'm getting six acres of my land cleared next week to begin construction. Hopefully we'll be out there in a month and the cost so far will be about 60k. Then well be making between $1000-10000 a month on the mushroom farm.

>> No.55569686

Fully automatic weapons
Ghost guns
High cap mags
Armor penetrating ammo
Incendiary ammo
Tracer ammo
Jigs and 80% build kits
I'm probably forgetting something but that's the jist of it
I'm gonna come visit you once my life is back to normal... whatever that is

>> No.55569694

I got your strains if you need them I can mail you spore prints I had dozens in the fridge idk if the law took those or not

>> No.55569711

All you gotta do is get here. Plane ticket. I got the rest. Well, after I get my life straightened out

>> No.55571188

Big news from an older fuck up a number of years ago. I remember when Banks Island Gold got going, than shit the bed.

>> No.55572613


we havent heard much from Lion One on here for a long while, great to see their project is still moving along and doing well

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Magic number updated for the week
>2027 Gold if 1900 hold
>28.5 Silver if we break 25.5, medium resistance at 27

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>> No.55573243


Dropping links late night frac sand bumps

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Every once in a while I run into /cmmg/ in the catalog despite abandoning this general almost two years ago at this point, and without fail every time I check someone always mentions butthorse
>check their price
>$0.017, and I think there was talk of a reverse split happening at some point that I assume happened and the price still tanked like this
>check their ceo board
>people are complaining that there's still some permit that the mine needs that they still don't have months after the last time I checked the board, when people were already complaining about the exact same thing
>people complaining that Graeme is still refusing to sell silver (that he likely doesn't have) at under $50
How does anyone still have money in this retarded company lmao

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You should keep mentioning it every time you stop in. Don't talk about anything else. Not one other thing

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Can't sleep
Found these guys. Some big brain anons wanna look it over they got steadily gains in EPS and their insiders been buying shares on the open market insiders hold about 10% of the company
Cup and handle forming in five year in picrel

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>> No.55573604

Purchase order for step set to $2.11
Can find pea on my brokers site. Fucking cunts that they are

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Don't mind me

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Nothing to see here

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Any of these signs ring familliar?

>> No.55573962

>The question is what is the bottom on oil
Papa Gary says we've bottomed but are still basing, likely making the second half of the cup

>> No.55574565

Ted butler calling a code Red emergency situation in the silver market right now.


>> No.55574570

I used to like to think I was the most savage fuck on the thread and maybe for a time I was. You take the cake though bro. Lmao

>> No.55574577

I'll look at it.

>> No.55574615

They have a good little operation and are making a nice income but they have about all the debt they can handle. They make about 120m In revenue and they have about 150m in debt. That's about as much debt I believe any company should be able to take on, one year of revenues so they're pretty maxed out in that regard.

However, their market cap is 80m and their enterprise value is 300m so its a great value based on that alone. They also just refinanced their debt and went from having to pay 15% interest all the way down to 6% so that's a huge deal.

I like it. Not rushing to buy it but it looks good. (Not a recomendation)

>> No.55575141

Its not not hard to double the output from a well if it has already declined to fuck-all.

>> No.55577569

Refracs often have great potentiality on high producing wells. Just saying. Don't sleep in it
I'm putting orders in on them asap

>> No.55578865

>May not want cuddling

>> No.55578983

Green Country in OK is same kind of vibe just less government. also cheaper.

>> No.55579484

Boothill of Missouri doesn't have building codes. Can literally hang out with my wang out. Found houses that need serious work for $15k I could write a check for that shit
I have to have mountains and water. I'm an avid outdoorsman. It's killing me I can't go fishing with this ankle monitor because if I get it wet it's 3k and a felony
Not worth the risk

>> No.55579694

>Inappropriate attachment to objects
What do they think guns are?

>> No.55579753

Salt bros, was the Ameduri pump worth it?

>> No.55579848

I love how people with no money are concerned about people with money
Truly fascinating

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>> No.55580234

Cope with having money?

>> No.55580789

IDC how much money someone claims to have on the chinz. Enjoy feeling nigger rich with your $2K.

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Lemme know when you start depositing $80000 checks poorfag

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Like I said, nigger rich.
>buys the top in a shit company
>'but i have money' cope
/cmmg/ ngmi

>> No.55582439

If you're worried about what other people spend their money on then why don't you find a husband

>> No.55582712

>buys SALT
>price tanks -75%
>co wastes $500,000 on (((Ameduri))) promo for temporary +40% gain
>price grinds back to pre-pump levels within a couple of weeks
>BuT i'Ve GoT mOnEy cope instead of defending the investment
No amount of cope and deflection can change the fact that following /cmmg/ picks is the best way to flush nigger accounts.

>> No.55582939

Who are you quoting?

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