I agree George, on my part that is not very wise, however, I only have a very small portion of my original investment left. Maybe part of me is still hopeful management is not playing head games with these "alternate transactions" and I completely agree that unless they are willing to either sell the company or spin out Cobre Panama, I don't think they will come close to 72. I agree the company is worth way more than that 4 years down the road. But 4 years is an eternity to theoretically go from 72 to 85, where money could be used elsewhere.
Now its all "fun money", curious to see how personally Tilk hates FM. If they were truly interested in increasing shareholder value, why not negotiate with FM? That is one fact they conveniently left off the table in their PR.