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  • Molycorp - Unlock, Relocked and REE-Loaded [View article]
    Engineer Broke,

    Right on bro, LOL.
    Jun 26, 2015. 10:16 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Molycorp Delays Another Interest Payment [View article]
    Simple explanation why insiders are still holding. They have seen Engineer Broker's prediction of $472 per share http://seekingalpha.co... . True, it's a year and a half late, but there's a juicy gain of $471.87 still to come after today's action in MCPIQ. Engineer Broker told us so.
    Jun 26, 2015. 10:08 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Molycorp - Unlock, Relocked and REE-Loaded [View article]
    O.k., we're a year and a half past the "deadline", but Molycorp only has another $471.87 to go to hit Engineer Broker's $472 per share price target. Better late than never, LOL.
    Jun 26, 2015. 10:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Great Western Minerals Group Valuation Actually Is Great (Part I Of IV) [View article]
    Yeah, Great Western was Great, LOL. I think your $1.05 price target is right on the money, presuming that's for total market cap, not price per share.
    Jun 26, 2015. 10:00 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Molycorp Delays Another Interest Payment [View article]
    Well Shock, you were wring in your belief that "MCP will [i] perfect a reverse stock split which will drive the stock above $1 and [ii] become compliant with the NYSE's listing standards."
    Jun 26, 2015. 09:52 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Molycorp Delays Another Interest Payment [View article]
    That was 3 years ago. Key Neo Materials patent expired last July.
    Jun 22, 2015. 01:29 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Molycorp Delays Another Interest Payment [View article]
    Well, then perhaps that's what you should have written, rather than "A delisting would not impact the company's earnings but it could cause short covering "
    Jun 18, 2015. 09:23 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Molycorp Delays Another Interest Payment [View article]
    My point is that you talk about the consequence of delisting being short covering. The real impact is triggering defaults on everything. Hence, Molycorp's vital interest in getting the stock price over a buck and staying listed.
    Jun 18, 2015. 03:17 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Molycorp Delays Another Interest Payment [View article]
    "A delisting would not impact the company's earnings but it could cause short covering "

    Hey Shock, perhaps you missed this from the 2014 10K p. 34 and the 2015Q1 10Q p. 44

    "If we fail to meet the necessary requirements for our common stock to
    remain listed on the NYSE or other similar markets, then we will be obligated to offer to repurchase all of our outstanding convertible notes at a price equal to
    100% of the aggregate principal amount plus accrued and unpaid interest. Our failure to make such an offer or repurchase any tendered convertible notes will
    result in an event of default under the indentures governing our convertible notes. Any such event of default will trigger a cross-default on our other debt
    obligations, including the 2014 Financings. Our inability to cure any such defaults, including the prepayment of our debt obligations, would have a material adverse effect on our financial position and results of operations."
    Jun 18, 2015. 02:08 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Molycorp - Unlock, Relocked and REE-Loaded [View article]
    O.k. then, Engineer Broker's prediction of $472/share of Molycorp by the end of 2013 did not come to pass. It looks like every one of my comments was right on the money.

    Engineer Broker was true to his name. He engineered people who listened to him to be broker.
    Jun 8, 2015. 11:18 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Molycorp Surges On Siemens Deal [View article]
    Why do you assume that SIEMENS will incur a temporary pricing disadvantage? Molyocrp may be the desperate one here, and have to offer favorable pricing relative to some standardized index or price.
    Apr 16, 2015. 08:45 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Molycorp Seeks More Oaktree Debt - Kicking The Can Down The Road? [View article]
    Well, does your broker offer a money-back guarantee?

    Anyhow, you can get some of your money back, even if a small percentage, if you sell now.
    Mar 31, 2015. 07:18 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Molycorp Earnings Preview - 3 Key Items [View article]
    In the case of MCP earnings report dates, Yahoo is about 0% accurate prior to company announcement of the date. Molycorp has not yet announced a date. Comprende?
    Mar 3, 2015. 07:25 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Molycorp Earnings Preview - 3 Key Items [View article]
    SE, did you even bother to read what the few sites which had them "announcing" today said? March 2 was an estimate, labeled as such on at least some of the sites. They may have all gotten the estimate in turn from a single "source". Molycorp's earnings report was not delayed because it never said it was going to be March 2. Every Q, there are always estimated dates by 3rd parties, and they are always wrong. Molycorp has always issued a PR announcing the date of earnings release and call several days or weeks before the actual event.

    Anyhow, when the magic date comes, let's see how much of the "increased" production was LREC, and how the market reacts to that.
    Mar 2, 2015. 10:06 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Molycorp Nearly Triples On Higher Production Volume - Too Bad It's Ethereal [View article]
    You have misunderstood my post. The question is not how much of each rare earth element is in LREC, it is how much of the production is LREC vs. separated rare earth oxides. LREC is an intermediate product, produced from the first phase of procesing. To produce separated rare earth oxides (or the Neodymium/Praseodymium mixture didymium) requires separation to be performed on the LREC concentrate, which costs money, and may present a challenge for a plant which is not yet operating well.

    So LREC is an easier, and cheaper to produce product, of lower value, than separated rare earth oxides. Project Phoenix was supposed to produce separated rare earth oxides, not LREC. So LREC production I think is an underhanded way of making production look higher than it really is, and costs look lower than they really are. But the piper is paid in the form of lower price received per kg and/or cost shifted downstream if Molycorp separates the LREC at another facility (such as Neo in China).
    Feb 13, 2015. 08:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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