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  • johnybutts
    Any idea why SLW not moving?
    3/9/12
    Reply (13)
    • nasalpancho: take heed of what the miners say --- when the metals move and they dont -- they are usually trying to tell you something
      3/9/12
    • johnybutts: SLW isn't a miner.
      3/9/12
    • johnybutts: The miners actually ARE moving.
      3/9/12
    • nasalpancho: SLW is not a mining company -- since when?
      3/9/12
    • johnybutts: since inception. They are a streaming company.
      3/9/12
    • nasalpancho: Streaming/Mining pretty close dont you think? They are usually going to run in tandem
      3/9/12
    • johnybutts: The business models are vastly different. Streaming has no cost of production. Both should be correlated since profits are derived from
      3/9/12
    • realornot: What are they streaming??? They are not NFLX!
      3/9/12
    • johnybutts: PM prices. But SLW's cost of silver averages $4/oz. and almost no overhead.
      3/9/12
    • johnybutts: Real: they buy a percent silver production @ very low fixed cost from mines with an up-front cash payment.
      3/9/12
    • realornot: This company made a big bounce already and it is now losing steam.
      3/9/12
    • paulbain: Agree with NasalPancho. Also, the silver mining stocks will increase in value later this year, when silver's price breaches $50 / oz.
      3/13/12
    • paulbain: Agree with NasalPancho. Also, the silver mining stocks will increase in value later this year, when silver's price breaches $50 / oz.
      3/13/12