Stockhouse members have their say as we feature today's Top Poster, Bullboard, and Blog, and recognize noteworthy contributions from our community
Top Bullboards post: “Based on today’s news the "twin hole" missed...however, it’s not a "twin hole" because the drill went on an angle and did not run parallel to B-1201...what does this mean?...Absolutely nothing...It means the company has still continued to intersect gold on the property and results are pending..it also means further drilling is still needed. The BIDS are trying with little effect to drive the price lower, as it seems there is plenty of support around the 16.5-17.5 range...bottom line here is patience is still warranted, nothing has changed, and this stock is still very cheap based on the market cap of a company drilling in a gold bearing region in Nevada.” From mrcashflow on the Canamex Resources (TSX: V.CSQ, Stock Forum) board.
Top Bullboard: Mart Resources (TSX: V.MMT, Stock Forum) received the second-most reads on a day its stock price slipped more than 12%.
Top blog: coffintrader presents an article discussing why energy prices aren’t spiking on the hurricane threat in the WallStreet Investing blog.
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