Brien Lundin Commentary – Thu 24 Jan, 2019

Is All The Pessimism At The Metals Conferences Warranted?

Brien Lundin, Editor of The Gold Newsletter joins me today to address the general pessimism that we both saw at the recent resource investment conferences. While it is understandable for metals bulls to be cautious on the overall sector, after all it has been a log drawn out bear market, Brien shares some reasons to be optimistic.

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  1. On January 24, 2019 at 11:22 am,
    Matthew says:

    Stocks can go higher and gold can go lower without ruining the bullish potential for the rest of the year.
    Sentiment appears to support the bullish case as the bulls are the contrarians right now.
    SPY:GLD weekly:

  2. On January 24, 2019 at 12:05 pm,
    CFS says:

    Given the structural problems that exist in Europe and Japan, and the need for China to continuously devalue in order to maintain high employment, it is hard to believe that the dollar will not soon continue its rise.
    If the dollar does continue to rise, this will impede rises n the price of precious metals.
    Against this is the collapse of the petrodollar system and the belief that a collapse of the banking system is possible, leading to a desire to preserve wealth by holding real assets.
    History indicates, however, it is possible to kick cans down the road much longer than most people believe possible.

  3. On January 24, 2019 at 2:32 pm,
    CFS says:

    Klondike Gold drills 22.86 m of 2.36 g/t Au at Klondike

    2019-01-24 10:34 ET – News Release

    Mr. Peter Tallman reports


    Klondike Gold Corp. has released assays from the final 27 drill holes of the 2018 drill program testing various targets, including the Nugget zone, at the company’s wholly owned Klondike district property, Yukon Territory.

    • On January 24, 2019 at 5:58 pm,
      Excelsior says:

      It makes me wonder when (KS) Klondike Silver will get their ducks in a row and start doing some exploration to match.

  4. On January 24, 2019 at 2:33 pm,
    CFS says:

    Skeena drills 92.15 m of 5.71 g/t AuEq at Eskay Creek

    2019-01-24 08:35 ET – News Release

    Mr. Walter Coles Jr. reports


    Skeena Resources Ltd. has released final gold-silver drill results for six holes from the recently completed phase I surface drilling program at the Eskay Creek project located in the Golden Triangle of British Columbia. The multifaceted phase I program was performed in the 21A, 21C and 22 zones. Assays reported in this release are from the 22 zone. Reference images are presented on the company’s website.

  5. On January 24, 2019 at 6:33 pm,
    Matthew says:

    “Consolidated production for the year of approximately 6.3 million silver equivalent[1] ounces and 1.4 million silver ounces, representing an increase of 32% and a decrease of 31%, respectively, when compared to fiscal 2017.”
    I talked about this months ago and I don’t like it. Americas Zinc Corp is more like it.

    • On January 24, 2019 at 6:39 pm,
      Matthew says:

      To be clear, I can’t be too bearish the stock at the current price and would be inclined to buy if it fills that huge Dec. 27 gap…

      • On January 24, 2019 at 7:48 pm,
        Excelsior says:

        (USAS) (USA) Americas Silver is one of the few Silver companies exercising some common sense in this low metals price environment, just had their best production quarter of the year, and there are many more Silver companies that I’d be bearish on way before them.

        Now that they are producing at their targeted throughput, have dropped their cash costs and AISC down to best quartile, they should have a much better year once investors wake up to their longer term strategy of mining more Zinc/Lead today so they can mine their Silver, Gold, Copper tomorrow (when it actually makes economic sense to do so).

        • On January 24, 2019 at 8:10 pm,
          Matthew says:

          Ex, They missed their 2018 guidance by quite a lot: 1.4M oz of silver instead of 1.6-2.0M and 6.3M silver eq. oz instead of 7.2-8.0M.

          I’m glad I turned my attention to IPT over a year ago.
          IPT priced in USA:

          It will remain more of a base metal producer than a silver producer but the price is now right for its silver exposure to deliver the kind of performance that I want as silver rises.

          • On January 24, 2019 at 8:28 pm,
            Excelsior says:

            Matthew – Yes, they missed their 2018 guidance because it took them longer to ramp up San Rafael than expected, but that is par for the course with any ramp up of a new mine. Their 4th quarter finally got them on track with expected quarterly guidance, and that is why I expect them to have a better year in 2019 than last year during their growing pains.

            USAS won’t always remain more weighted towards base metals than Silver, so that isn’t accurate. Again, they’re mining Zinc/Lead more aggressively now by design and have openly communicated that strategy to the marketplace, just like they’ve repeatedly stated that they are purposely holding off production of most of their higher grade silver stopes at present at Galena in Idaho and in their mines and development projects in Mexico.

            Darren has mentioned that when they want to beef up their Silver production they’ll actually need to switch their processing and flotation tanks to make a Copper concentrate with the Silver, over the Zinc/Lead concentrate now. When they announce that (likely in a year or so) that will be the cue they are going back to more of a Silver focus.

            Their costs and resource size are far superior to those of (IPT) Impact Silver, not to mention that they just picked up a great high grade Gold/Silver asset by acquiring Pershing Gold on fire-sale. I like Impact, but they don’t even have official resource estimates, but their costs are much higher than USAS. What I like about Impact is their exploration potential and microcap leverage, but even IPT is diluting down their Silver exposure to focus more on Gold this year.

            > USAS still have San Felix in the pipeline after that they scored an awesome acquisition on from (SCZ) SantaCruz Silver so they have PLENTY of Silver….. they’re just waiting for $20 Silver prices so that they can make good margins on it.

          • On January 24, 2019 at 8:47 pm,
            Matthew says:

            Ex, you sounded the same a year ago and IPT spanked USA since. We’ll see which one does better from here. Fun fact: IPT:USA is currently up 30 times since the ratio low over 15 years ago and was up as much as 80 times in 2016.

            If silver production ever exceeds its base metal production, it won’t be soon. Do you have an estimate as to when that might happen?

          • On January 24, 2019 at 8:52 pm,
            Excelsior says:

            Matthew – I just described that USAS had growing pains in 2018 and it took them until the 4th quarter to get their production up where they expected it to be all year long, but they are there now.

            I like IPT, and because it is a microcap, with more upside leverage due to their costs being worse and thus more of a percentage increase to their margins when Silver rises then I’d expect them to have more torque. USAS is a much larger company with exponentially more resources than IPT, but they’ll still have great torque for a Mid-Tier Silver/Zinc/Lead/Gold/Copper producer.

            It isn’t like IPT Impact knocked the ball out of the park over the last year, or performed well at all….. USAS just pulled back harder than IPT, which had already plummeted harder in 2017, and again, the market punished Americas Silver last year for their slower than projected ramp up. That won’t be the case in 2019.


          • On January 24, 2019 at 8:59 pm,
            Excelsior says:

            As for when their Silver ratio will increase over their base metals, like I said above, the cue that the shift is happening will be when they shift from producing the Zinc/Lead Concentrate to a Copper/Silver concentrate.

            Keep in mind, that once they get this Pershing Gold transaction finalized, they plan to put it into production for Gold/Silver in under 12 months.

            In addition, I’m shocked that nobody is factoring in San Felipe (that they bought from Santacruz & Hochschild for a song & dance with epic Silver reserves). It will likely take 2+ years to get San Felipe into production, so that’s when I’d expect Silver to overshadow the Gold/Copper/Zinc/ Lead.


          • On January 24, 2019 at 9:06 pm,
            Excelsior says:

            The biggest near term hurtle for USAS is that once the Pershing Gold transaction is closed, then they’ll have to do a capital raise to finish getting it into production, but they’ll accomplish in 12 months what Pershing couldn’t in 12 years.

          • On January 24, 2019 at 9:08 pm,
            Matthew says:

            Timing is always everything, Ex. That’s why I focused on IPT a year ago. It tripled versus USA in 2018 and is likely to keep its edge for many reasons beyond what you are saying about costs. Being able to trade some IPT shares for three times as many USA shares in just one year is no small thing in my book.

            USA is far from a mid tier, btw.

          • On January 24, 2019 at 9:12 pm,
            Matthew says:

            San Felipe is very much a base metals play for now. Its silver grades are terrible.

          • On January 24, 2019 at 9:20 pm,
            Excelsior says:

            The Silver grades at San Felipe are on par with many other companies projects in production currently, and the base metals make the economics fantastic on that project.

            If you watch the video interview below with Sean Broderick, Darren mentioned that their Silver production at San Rafael will be tripling over the next 2 years, that they’ll have 90,000-100,000 ounces of Gold out of Pershing Gold’s Relief Canyon (some of that will be Gold equivalent ounces from Silver), and their Galena Complex in Idaho has tons of Silver sitting in waiting for higher prices.

            USAS has over 100 million ounces of Silver in the ground, which is PLENTY of leverage to rising prices, but they also have a nice Gold resource now, as well as tons of Zinc & Lead and fair amount of Copper to reduce the costs and improve the economics.

            Very few companies will be able to ever get down to their cost structure or economics, and by this time next year, Relief Canyon will be ramping up as their 3rd major mining complex.

            Honestly, I can’t see what not to like?

          • On January 24, 2019 at 9:36 pm,
            Matthew says:

            Being on par with other companies is meaningless. 50g/t is still terrible.

          • On January 24, 2019 at 10:03 pm,
            Excelsior says:

            It’s not amazing grade, but it’s plenty economical with the Zinc & Lead, and they’re not done exploring it but picking up where Hochschild and SantaCruz left off.

            By the time they get around to producing from it in 2+ years metals prices will be even higher, thus improving the economics and production profile even further.

          • On January 24, 2019 at 10:08 pm,
            Excelsior says:

            They just found 200 meters of 400+ g/t Silver at their new Zone 120 discovery. That’s not super high grade but it is really wide, and projected to be able to produce at $8-$9 per ounce Silver equivalent.

            They have a range of projects, grades, and types of commodities depending on which project you look at. I don’t park my most speculative money in USAS but rather deep storage for stable growth over the next 3-5 years.

            If I want thrills, spills, and chills I invest in torqued up little explorers. They achieve different diversification goals and places in my portfolio. I don’t hold royalty companies for the same kind of returns as a microcap developer or tiny producer either.

            Different strokes for different folks.

          • On January 24, 2019 at 10:12 pm,
            Matthew says:

            My point is that it’s terrible on its own. Silver is a byproduct of that base metal operation. If zinc and lead production were halted, it would be uneconomic to mine.

          • On January 24, 2019 at 10:14 pm,
            Matthew says:

            In Mexico, 400 g/t is plenty.

          • On January 24, 2019 at 10:33 pm,
            Excelsior says:

            I agree with your point about Silver economics if it were stand alone, but the reality is that the Zinc & Lead do give good enough credits to make it work and likely will for years to come. Currently the market isn’t giving them any value on the 12 million ounces of Silver, 718 Million lbs of Zinc, and 319 Million/lbs of Lead at San Felipe.

            As for the find at Zone 120 the grade is fine with hits over 400 g/t, but double that for Silver equivalent ounces on some of the drill holes.

            >> 4900 Level – Strike extension of the 366 Foot Wall (“FW”) silver-lead zone

            – Hole 49-464 with 7.5 meters grading 160g/t Ag and 8.71% Pb (508g/t AgEq)<<—
            – Hole 49-465 with 6.5 meters grading 173g/t Ag and 11.43% Pb (631g/t AgEq)< 4900 Level – Step-out success to extend silver-lead mineralization in the 164-168 vein system

            – Hole 49-481 with 8.1 meters grading 416g/t Ag and 14.04% Pb (978g/t AgEq)<<—
            – Hole 49-497 with 7.5 meters grading 270g/t Ag and 13.95% Pb (828g/t AgEq)<<—

            "At Zone 120, eleven of the latest thirteen holes delivered significant mineralization over impressive widths. Zone 120 is becoming a substantial deposit with the potential to become the Company’s next operating mine."


          • On January 24, 2019 at 10:40 pm,
            Excelsior says:

            Oops – I miss-read that press release. Those numbers posted above were for Galena in Idaho not Zone 120 near Cosala Operations.

            Here were the numbers from Zone 120 in Mexico:

            Cosalá Operations – Zone 120

            – Hole SR-419 with 4.94[1] meters grading 33g/t Ag, 7.20g/t Au, and 0.13% Cu (567g/t AgEq) <<—
            – Hole SR-425 with 41.68 meters grading 148g/t Ag, 0.25g/t Au and 0.32% Cu (203g/t AgEq) <<—
            – Hole SR-427 with 26.24 meters grading 181g/t Ag, 0.11g/t Au and 0.51% Cu (247g/t AgEq)<<—
            – Hole SR-429 with 12.32 meters grading 84g/t Ag, 0.17g/t Au and 0.23% Cu (122g/t AgEq)<<—

          • On January 24, 2019 at 10:43 pm,
            Excelsior says:

            Ah – here is the other press release with the exploration results from Zone 120:

            Cosalá Operations – Zone 120

            Hole SR-435 with multiple intervals including:

            – 20.13[1] meters grading 249g/t Ag, 0.38g/t Au, and 0.76% Cu (362g/t AgEq[2])

            – 29.94 meters grading 203g/t Ag, 0.31g/t Au, and 0.61% Cu (295g/t AgEq)

            – 10.65 meters grading 123g/t Ag, 0.16g/t Au, and 0.27% Cu (166g/t AgEq)

            – Hole SR-438 with 6.20 meters grading 620g/t Ag, 0.75g/t Au, and 1.32% Cu (825g/t AgEq) including 1.05 meters at 1,051g/t Ag, 1.42g/t Au and 2.33% Cu (1,419g/t AgEq) <<<<——

            – Hole SR-439 with 5.15 meters grading 166g/t Ag, 0.15g/t Au, and 0.06% Cu (184g/t AgEq)


          • On January 25, 2019 at 7:30 pm,
            Excelsior says:

            Zinc hits highest in nearly 3 months on worries of shortages

            Reuters – Friday January 25, 2019 – By Eric Onstad

            “Zinc prices hit their highest in nearly three months on Friday on worries that weak refined output in China could send the global market into deficit.”

            “Lead also hit a three-month peak after inventories dwindled, but the wider industrial metals market was weighed down by worries about global growth.”

            “The big question in zinc is smelter utilisation in China. It’s really finely balanced, it’s on a knife-edge,” said Oliver Nugent, analyst at Citigroup in London.

            “If you make a tiny change in your assumption for
            utilisation this year, you swing from a balanced market to a big deficit.”


        • On January 24, 2019 at 8:42 pm,
          Excelsior says:

          (USAS) (USA) Americas Silver Corp (VIDEO Interview)

          Sean Brodrick – Nov 20, 2018

          “Recently, I talked to Darren Blasutti, President and CEO of Americas Silver Corp (NYSE: USAS). The company had a tough third quarter — as did many silver companies — but has laid out a path to turn things around. And it has the cash-flow to get the job done.”

          • On January 24, 2019 at 8:44 pm,
            Excelsior says:

            The Lowest Cost Silver Producer in the World

            Outsider Club – Oct 19, 2018

            “Americas Silver (TSX-V: USA)(NYSE: USAS) has two producing assets. One in the Silver Valley of Idaho, an area that has produced over a billion ounces of silver. The other is a Mexican operation called Cosala, which includes a brand new mine called San Rafael that is ramping up now. CEO Darren Blasutti describes the operations and why they are the lowest cost producer in the world.”


          • On January 24, 2019 at 8:46 pm,
            Excelsior says:

            The only thing I would disagree with is that actually (SVM) Silvercorp is the lowest cost Silver producer in the world, but (USAS) Americas Silver will be a close 2nd place in 2019.

            One MAG Silver gets into production (if they ever do) they’ll likely come in at #3.

          • On January 24, 2019 at 9:19 pm,
            Matthew says:

            It would be better if the low costs were due to the economics of their silver rather than their base metals. A global economic slowdown would send cost higher; possibly a lot higher. How much silver could USA mine profitably if zinc and lead were to collapse? Considering some of the grades we’re talking about, maybe none.

          • On January 24, 2019 at 9:24 pm,
            Excelsior says:

            As long as Zinc/Lead stay above $.80 they’ll be able to move right along, but admittedly not at as good of economics. Anything over $1 Zinc and $1 Lead makes them one of the lowest cost Silver producers out there.

            They had Negative cash costs in 2018 — how many companies can say that?

            “Consolidated cash costs for the year were approximately negative ($0.59) per silver ounce, a decrease of approximately 105% when compared to fiscal 2017”

            Honestly, I don’t care what commodity a mining company is producing as long as they can do it economically. Whether it is from pure Silver or Silver/Zinc/Lead/Gold/Copper mixed to producer great Silver equivalent ounces…. I care not.

          • On January 24, 2019 at 9:34 pm,
            Matthew says:

            Re: “Honestly, I don’t care what commodity a mining company is producing as long as they can do it economically.”

            Doesn’t that go without saying? PMs are counter cyclical. Pure-plays are more desirable for a reason. As a PM investment, base metal plays with PM byproduct credits come with a whole other set of risks. I care.

          • On January 24, 2019 at 9:50 pm,
            Excelsior says:

            Thanks Matthew. I appreciate your perspectives and approaches to investing.

            Personally, I’ve got plenty of other Gold & Silver stocks (including IPT) that will participate in any PM appreciation, but am very impressed with the new team behind USAS the last few years, and their diversification of having both a PM & Base Metals component as an “all weather” company. Americas Silver has a strong shareholder base, good liquidity, is on the big board, and has plenty of room to get re-rated much higher, especially once they finish ramping up Santa Elena, bring on Relief Canyon, kick on the Copper/Silver circuit at Galena down the road, they have a new Zone 120 discovery that may become their 4th mine, and they can eventually bring San Felipe into production as their 5th mine.

            The 2nd interview below with Nick Hodges from the Outsider Club is really a great overview, and Darren discussed their current base metals plan and strategy to really ramp up their Silver production when prices make sense. I was wrong they have over 123 Million ounces of Silver in the ground, 2 of the mines are built/permitted and standing by for higher production amounts, and that means a lot of pent up value that could explode into the marketplace at $20+ Silver.

            I review mining companies every day and am very impressed with the current lay of the land, and actually like the Zinc/Lead markets and Copper markets in addition to Gold and Silver and get them all inside of one well-run company.

            Ever Upward!

          • On January 24, 2019 at 9:52 pm,
            Excelsior says:

            Correction the interview with Nick Hodges from Outside Club is above, and I had lost track where these posts were going on this page. haha!

          • On January 24, 2019 at 9:55 pm,
            Excelsior says:

            Correction #2: I meant once they are done ramping up at San Rafael not Santa Elena (wrong company popped into my head)

          • On January 24, 2019 at 10:07 pm,
            Matthew says:

            To repeat what I said above: I can’t be too bearish the stock at the current price and would be inclined to buy if it fills that huge Dec. 27 gap.

            Especially longer term, it does have plenty going for it.

          • On January 24, 2019 at 10:10 pm,
            Excelsior says:


    • On January 24, 2019 at 7:24 pm,
      Excelsior says:

      Several months ago I mentioned that USAS is purposely going after their Zinc/Lead and saving their higher grade Silver assets for when metals prices are higher.

      It makes all the sense in the world to not blow out their Silver resources to make a tiny margin today, but rather to save them for better prices to come.

      At least Americas Silver has the assets and resources to be more base metals focused now while Zinc & Lead prices are higher than they’ve been in years previous.

      (SVM) Silvercorp is doing the same thing and it really has helped their margins, where most Silver companies are doing belly flops.

      What doesn’t makes sense are the Silver companies blowing out their best resources and high-grading in this lower metals price environment just to barely get by. Now they’re going to have to raise more money, to do more exploration, and replace those reserves which will only be dilutive to existing shareholders. Why not save the goods for better margins?

      • On January 24, 2019 at 7:31 pm,
        Excelsior says:

        > Consolidated cash costs for the year were approximately negative ($0.59) per silver ounce, a decrease of approximately 105% when compared to fiscal 2017, while consolidated all-in sustaining costs (“AISC”) were approximately $9.82 per silver ounce, a decrease of 26% year-over-year.

        – Consolidated production for Q4, 2018 of approximately 1.8 million silver equivalent ounces and 0.4 million silver ounces, representing increases of 28% and 22%, respectively, when compared to Q3, 2018.

        – Consolidated cash costs for Q4, 2018 were approximately $1.27 per silver ounce, a decrease of approximately 74% when compared to Q3, 2018, while consolidated AISC were approximately $11.86 per silver ounce, a decrease of 26% quarter-over-quarter.

        – Cosalá Operations milled tonnage increased by 3% over fiscal 2017 as San Rafael achieved its goal of sustaining a milling rate of over 1,700 tonnes per operating day by the end of the third quarter of the year. Production for the year of approximately 4.2 million silver equivalent ounces including approximately 450,000 silver ounces, representing an increase of 75% and decrease of 51%, respectively, when compared to fiscal 2017.

        – Cosalá Operations cash costs were approximately negative ($37.95) per silver ounce and AISC were approximately negative ($19.66) per silver ounce, representing significant decreases year-over-year from cash costs of negative ($0.13) per silver ounce and AISC of $0.57 per silver ounce.

        – During 2018, Galena Complex production was negatively impacted by two separate issues at its No.3 Shaft that inhibited normal hoisting for approximately 27 days in total. As a result, production for the year was approximately 2.1 million silver equivalent ounces and 1.0 million silver ounces, representing decreases of 10% and 15%, respectively, when compared to fiscal 2017.

        – Galena Complex cash costs were approximately $16.68 per silver ounce and AISC were approximately $23.45 per silver ounce, representing increases of 13% and 16%, respectively, year-over-year.

        – The Company had cash and cash equivalents of $3.5 million at December 31, 2018.

        “The fourth quarter of 2018 was the best production quarter and representative of expected production going forward, with San Rafael reaching targeted throughput levels, and improved operating performance at Galena in 2019,” said Darren Blasutti, President & CEO of Americas Silver. “With the votes now successfully behind us for both Americas Silver and Pershing Gold, we are only waiting on the CFIUS review prior to closing the transaction.”

        • On January 25, 2019 at 4:38 am,
          Wolfster says:

          Thanks Matthew and Ex…..great debate back and forth……enjoyed it so much I’m late for work……Ex is there a share structure change I’m unaware of with golden valley or is it really trading at that huge a discount to its holdings in abitibi alone

          • On January 25, 2019 at 5:46 am,
            Excelsior says:

            Thanks Wolfster. Yes I enjoy reviewing stocks with Matthew as he looks at things differently than I do, considers different criteria, and it is good to get opinions that don’t line up with one’s own views for contrast and to point out potential holes in ones investing thesis. I sure appreciate it when we can peel back the layers on a stock in a friendly way, and debate the pros and cons of any company.

            GZZ is trading at a huge discount to RZZ, even though it owns half of RZZ and is the parent company that spun it out, and GZZ has all the other other value drivers like the JVs with Bonterra, Sirios, Alexandria Minerals, and Battery Minerals. Also they own a chunk of Val-d’ Or and International Prospect Ventures.

            By that rationale GZZ has the high ground and should always be trading at a premium to RZZ, but the markets don’t seem to understand this fact…… yet. Once more focus goes on RZZ for their main royalty, then maybe a few more analysts will wake up to this.

            See pages (8,9,10) for their full spread of assets at Golden Valley Mines:


          • On January 25, 2019 at 8:55 am,
            Wolfster says:

            Thanks Ex I’ve been following it casually and flipping pot profits into it occasionally. Find the discount getting ridiculous and thought I’d missed something. I figured gzz should be in the .40’s based on valuations

          • On January 25, 2019 at 5:34 pm,
            Excelsior says:

            GZZ should be in the $.40s if it was properly valued in relation to RZZ…

            It’s one of the few positions I just hold without messing with, awaiting the re-rating

      • On January 25, 2019 at 7:28 pm,
        Excelsior says:

        #Lead: 5 things to look for in 2019

        Wood Mackenzie | a day ago

        “Since the start of last year, the lead price has been on a fairly steady decrease with few interruptions, propelled downwards by external forces with its own – essentially sound – fundamentals doing little to battle this fall. As for the past two years, mine production is the key factor affecting the supply-demand balance. But, after four years of decline, mine output is forecast to reverse this trend with some meaningful growth. The unfamiliar problem for primary lead supply is now the prospect of a smelter bottleneck due to the potential for capacity outages both in China and the Rest of World (ROW).”

  6. On January 25, 2019 at 7:07 am,
    OOTB Jerry says:

    ONE of the Better Reports………..THANKS CORY………

    • On January 25, 2019 at 7:16 am,
      OOTB Jerry says:

      Wonder if SILVER ….gets unleashed in March…….during the inquisition of Jamie D….by M. Waters and gang…..Finance committee , or they get paid off………….wondering minds want to know…………………………………………………………………………..ootb

      • On January 25, 2019 at 7:17 am,
        OOTB Jerry says:

        Hedge your bets early……….

  7. On January 25, 2019 at 7:24 am,
    OOTB Jerry says:

    Well, silver may have some more work to do………China QE might have an effect…

    • On January 25, 2019 at 7:30 am,
      OOTB Jerry says:

      The ultimate goal of such a new tool is to expand credit supply. …….like we need some more credit………….every tom dick and harry on Earth……needs to fork over $31,000 to pay off the existing World Wide Debt…..Now How is someone making $5 per day, going to pay his share………….JOKE

      • On January 25, 2019 at 7:32 am,
        OOTB Jerry says:

        Enjoy it while you can…………looks like gold is getting a new lease on life today…..

    • On January 25, 2019 at 7:32 am,
      Marty says:

      Hey Boys, GOT SILVERCREST? A 60% move since the post Thanksgiving low.

      • On January 25, 2019 at 8:21 am,
        Matthew says:

        Wow, Marty, a 35 bagger in three years?! 😳 I hope you collected every bit of those gains!
        And look at that breakout…

        • On January 25, 2019 at 9:07 am,
          Marty says:

          Matt, always trimming after 21 years thanks to Financial & David Morgan, Sinclair in the metals arena.

          • On January 25, 2019 at 9:41 am,
            Matthew says:

            Of course. What I really meant was that I hope you were in it near the low.

      • On January 25, 2019 at 6:04 pm,
        Excelsior says:

        Hey Marty – I had Silvercrest 2 different times but only caught a fraction of the move.

        I follow it but feel it is more properly valued than most other Silver stocks due to their massive exploration success. We’ve discussed it on here a number of times over the last few years as the leader of the pack in Silver exploration plays.

        It’s grades are insane, and only matched by (EXN) Excellon and (AXU) Alexco.

        • On January 25, 2019 at 7:07 pm,
          Excelsior says:

          (SIL) Silvercrest is one of those discovery stories that just kept running and running, as the drills kept hitting. Truly a stand out exploration story in the space with a team that already nailed it last time and they sold their prior project to First Majestic. It looks like they’ve done it again, so hat tip to their team!

  8. On January 25, 2019 at 8:58 am,
    Marty says:

    $5.35 US PRICE OBJECTIVE for SILV(US). Started trimming @ .30 increment starting @ 3.22 US. SOLD @ $3.52 earlier today.

  9. On January 25, 2019 at 9:04 am,
    Marty says:

    Major reversal with volume in USD. DXH19 @85.83 , the key level.