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Sierra Metals Inc. T.SMT

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals
Alternate Symbol(s):  DBEXF

Sierra Metals Inc is engaged in the acquisition, exploration, extraction, production and commercialization of mineral concentrates containing silver, copper, lead, zinc and gold in Mexico and Peru.
Price: $1.45 Volume: 62,027
Change: +$0.02 % Change: +1.40%
Day High/Low: 1.45/1.42 52 Week High/Low: 2.17/1.29
Last Traded: January 30, 2015 09:46 Transaction Volume: 2500
Open: 1.43 Previous Close: 1.43
Bid: 1.44 Ask: 1.47
Bid Size: 4500 Ask Size: 3100
Market Cap: 231.5m Shares Out: 159.6m
PE Ratio: N/A Dividend Yield: 1.3986

Opinion

Sierra Metals chairman Alberto Arias: T.SMT ready to leverage a silver comeback

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.

Stockhouse Editorial   June 9, 2014
0 stars

What the market missed: Sierra (T.SMT), Manitok (V.MEI) and Integra (V.ICG) are killing it

When the pack follows the pack, nobody gets anywhere good.

Chris Parry   April 29, 2014
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Sierra Metals (T.SMT): Growth, revenue, yield and value make 2014 a big year

It is the opportunity to be part of a real metal production growth story.

Stockhouse Editorial   March 17, 2014
0 stars

Latest Bullboard Posts

  • NEWS- Q4 2014 Production Numbers; 2015 Guidance

    0 stars

    Sierra Metals reports record silver and copper production in fourth quarter 2014 and announces 2015 production outlook...

    2.5 stars


  • RE:RE:SP

    3 stars

    The prices of Zn and Pb might be down from their mid-year 2014 highs but one is up from year ago and other only marginally down. Haven't...

    2.5 stars


  • RE:RE:SP

    1 star

    Well, if equity markets tank PMs and miners should do the opposite. You think their base metals exposure is capping the gains here? Could...

    1.5 stars


  • RE:SP

    0 stars

    Silver has rallied a little, but base metals are weak.  How far can base metals fall?  Possibly not as far as oil, but what if they only...

    3 stars


  • SP

    1 star

    Why does this not participate in the rally? If it wasn't that cheap, I would not hold it. Hope the market will discover SMT before the...

    1.5 stars