It's really unfathomable that SOLG is still around. Once this Goldman prediction starts to sink in and Copper breaks through to the next level with no retreat we will be off to the races. I don't believe we will go to production but we have to have that in out arsenal if the right deal dosnt come through
RNS is clear, concise, informative and the timing before election is perfect. Outlining the thought process of our new approach to PFS is genius. Nice to see that our new CEO understands that communication with shareholders is an important factor in marketing of the SP. Very happy JMHO
Copper surges and we still sit and wait at this ridiculous SP. I've always said that our SP is not based on Coppers price or any other fundamentals. The only thing that moves us upward is a Corporate event. I believe apres March, with NM gone, we will get taken out fairly quickly. I'm so sick of waiting for something every 3 months. Lets hope the next leader is a deal maker. GLTA
After watching price action today on both CGP and SOLG I'd say the delayed PFS is because they realize it's a futile undertaking. This will be long gone before any PFS is even close to being completed.
The thought of trying to develop the mine is absolute stupidity. This is like a kid in a candy store who wants everything. I have always said SOLG will get taken out and thats the play. The only thing this RNS changes is the head fake. Hopefully this puts us on the right track of being an explorer.
Colonol. Here is a theory. Mather leaves SOLG, no longer making him an insider, and turns around and puts together a private consortium that tries to take SOLG private. Either way he gets SOLG or someone else steps in and his shares quadruple. There is more to the NM story than we know. Should be exciting
I really don't think SOLG will be anything but an explorer. Piecing out their holdings is the way to go and taking an NSR along the way would be a quite smart for cash flow purposes. Why take the risks of trying to be a miner when your good at exploring. NM has retired because of this realization. The world will need copper in the next few years. Getting Apala producing will not only benefit shareholders but also a Country that is in desperate need of revenues.