touched 18.90 right before london's market opened. Now it's gone up and currently at 19.70. I'm not convinced already prepared to go to the 20s. I think it will still go down to test the 18 p over the next few days, at least once more if not twice. It if holds, the price will bounce back back up to the 24-5 p levelwithin weeks to test that resistancce again. when it does that, AGQ would offer and excellent way to make leverage gains on that upside. So far, I am watching...
currently at 19.12 and I bet you tomorrow/and the next few days will test(several times) the 18.2 lows of June . If it holds well at that level, I reckon short term trading opportunity here AGQ; if it doesn' and it breaks that support, it will be the shorters' paradise...
"The plant, which is expected to be in operation during Q3 2014, will have capacity to treat up to 1,500 tonnes per day of silver-lead-zinc ore and is projected to deliver substantial cost savings against the previous toll milling operations. With reduced operating costs, the Company should enjoy significantly higher operating margins than would otherwise have been achievable under previous toll milling arrangements."
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