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High-flying Sierra Metals Chairman says company could be competitive with silver "in the range of $10 to $15 per ounce," ready to leverage silver comeback.
When the pack follows the pack, nobody gets anywhere good.
It is the opportunity to be part of a real metal production growth story.
You are right of course but here's a little reading from SA which does not say any more than we know...but shows coverage is out there...
Most of those metals are at multi year lows, and the outlook ain't that rosy. The world's economy is in a funk, as can be see most...
SMT was originally (and still is considered) an Ag play with underlying base metals Zn, Pb, Cu and a little Au. The Cu only came with...
bought 1000 when it was at $2.25 and everyone was thinking it would hit $4 in no time because China was running out of copper. yip.
They don't show prices realised but clearly lot lower than comparable qtr. Still, Zn has improved to over $1/lb recently so future cash...