The current prices might have a little something to do with the fall, despite the drill results.


If the average realized copper price for 2012 was $3.61 per pound and the total cash costs were $2.32 net of byproduct credits, then we are currently earning around 75% as much as the 2012 average.  Assuming gold and silver have fallen at the same rate as copper.


Plus, if they really have solved most of their 2012 problems and the new theoretical crusher doesn't cost too much, then they are still doing all right in my book.