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SilverCrest Mines Inc T.SVL

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Gold
Alternate Symbol(s):  SVLC| STVZF

SilverCrest Mines Inc is engaged in the operation, exploration, development and acquisition of precious metal properties in Mexico. Its projects include Santa Elena Mine, La Joya Project, Ermitaño Property, and Cruz de Mayo Project.
Price: $1.31 | Change: $-0.01 | %Change: -0.76%
Volume: 177,400 | Day High/Low: 1.40/1.27 | 52 Week High/Low: 1.97/0.87
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RE:RE:ODD LOT of Frist Majastic

Sorry silvercreastman, I misunderstood you. Unfortunately, when you apply the .2769 conversion ratio  to your SVL position, you'll end up with an odd lot of FR.  I worked out a formula, more
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RE:ODD LOT of Frist Majastic

silvercreastman wrote: How can I advoid getting an odd lot of Frist Majastic. Do you how to figuar it out. I am willing to buy more Silvercrest shares. Recently I purchased additional shares of more
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RE:RE:Input on my logic please

Got it, but also wasn't svlc's profit enough that if they get taken over by AG then AG would actually have a profit also?  rate and reply
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ODD LOT of Frist Majastic

How can I advoid getting an odd lot of Frist Majastic. Do you how to figuar it out. I am willing to buy more Silvercrest shares.  rate and reply
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RE:sick and tired of SVL management

Hey bluesea, You really have to lighten up on management! I've owned SVL since 2003, and continued to add right into the Fall of 2008. I was disappointed at the outset, but have softened a more
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RE:Input on my logic please

The case is this doesn't meet the point why people are upset about that merger. Sivercrest was one of the very few mining companies which generated a profit for the last quarter. And in more
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Input on my logic please

So, ive looked at silvercrest for acouple of days now and did a little bit of research. Everybody seems mad about the buyout/merger. But i just did some math and it doesn't look that bad. SVLC more
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sick and tired of SVL management

It became clear that the management of SVL only worked for the own bargain and that's the way personal business it's usually. They try to sell this company which was one from precious more
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I don't know the terms of the deal .... but FR mngmt has a fudciary duty to act in the best interest of FR shareholders ... and by swallowing up SVL, FR immediately almost doubles it's more
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I wonder why the svl management made this deal. Something must be wrong somewhere. The management sells their stock and walks away.  rate and reply
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Quick Q2 scorecard cont; * Market Cap-to-Cash & Cash Equivalents; FR = 12.26 SVL = 3.36  rate and reply
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FR vs. SVL

A quick Q2 scorecard; * CASH & CASH EQUIVALENTS; FR: $37.7 million SVL: $36.4 million * ALL IN SUSTAINING COST; FR: $14.49 per payable silver ounce SVL: $10.97 per payable silver ounce * more
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Why bother?

Callinan Royalties, Silvermex Resources, Strathmore Minerals, Fission and Esperanza Silver are all companies I've owned for a very long time while their beloved managers recently made buyout more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Thank you netgenx for your NO vote

I have voted no with my shares as well. I guess it all really hinges on Sprott. I imagine at this level they'll still make a decent return.  rate and reply
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RE:insider action ......

Hey stockker, According to the agreement: the shares of Scott Drever, N. Eric Fier and Barney Magnusson cannot be voted, and  the directors of SVL receive 2.9 million options in more
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insider action ......

iling Date Transaction Date Insider Name Ownership Type Securities Nature of transaction Volume or Value Price Sep more
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RE:Still Disappointed With the Deal But On The Bright Side ....

Pretty much dito with your points from where I'm standing Britt. I like the fact we're no longer a one trick Pony, if Saint Elena were to flood out we'd be toast. Look what hapened to more
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Still Disappointed With the Deal But On The Bright Side ....

Hey Mates,   I'm still not enamoured with what has happened here, but there are some positives that should  come out of it: although our current management appears somewhat more
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RE:RE:RE:Thank you netgenx for your NO vote

Everything about this is bad. If it was 2 SVL for 1 FR it would be fair and less complicated. I thought the management had 10% of the stock but it looks like they have a lot less. They would not more
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RE:RE:Thank you netgenx for your NO vote

netgenx wrote: BTW, I haven't mentioned it before, but how on earth did they choose an exchange ratio of 0.2769 of a common share of First Majestic? This means that virtually every more