Red,

I checked out some of your recomendations and the trading patterns actually look very good.

However, the list is mainly exploration companies and to compare that model to TCM's or other mid- tier  companies  is like comparing apples to oranges.

Most exploration companies don't have cash flow and fund projects through the issue of shares, warrants,etc....  Most exploration business models revolve around a discovery and/or buyout from a major.

High odds of success in my opinion....

 

 

TCM has cash flow and muli-multi-billions $$$ in poly metallic reserves.

Going forward TCM will have the ability to grow the company expotentially through increased cash flow from MT Milligan and development of some of the company's other existing properties.

Also, management has financed most project's without share dilution as mentioned in the Q3 report !!!

As Pete mentioned in a earlier post, China is begining to experience an economic rebound

which should fuel higher commodity prices.

 

Two days after the re-election of U.S. President Barack Obama, the world's second-largest economy approved a change in its leadership. Of course, there wasn't a lot of nail biting about the outcome. The 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China put its rubber stamp on the transition from retiring President Hu Jintao to Xi Jinping next March. Still, there are significant changes afoot in China that investors should pay attention to, says Helen Qiao, an economist for Morgan Stanley in Hong Kong.

First, the doomsday scenarios of hard landings are far-fetched. "China is clearly bottoming out and we are already starting to see green shoots," says Qiao. She expects the Chinese economy to grow 7.5% this year and 7.9% next year.

http://online.barrons.com/article/SB50001424052748703728004578101050123359428.html?mod=BOL_twm_mw

 

Enjoy the the Ride !!!!

 

Sauli