Your comments are very flawed. This company just did it's last financing that they will be able to do unless it is a asset sale of perhaps Endako. If they underestimated the costs building production facilities of Mt. Milligan then you can bet they underestimated the costs of mining the ore also. They originally , if you look back , counted on the gold to offset the cost of getting the copper at Mt. M. They have effectively given up 52.5% of the gold production when it , if it produces. If copper hits the skids this whole company is history. The next thing that will happen as I write is every analyst out there who had a buy on the stock will put out hold ratings and a few will put out sells. Once the stock breaks $2.00 the institutions will start to sell it. Management has done a poor job running this company and the shareholders will suffer the consequences of these actions.