|To: sense who wrote (697)||3/28/2012 3:04:52 PM|
|From: sense||1 Recommendation  Read Replies (2) | Respond to of 3547|
|Price isn't value...|
Never has been. Never will be.
Where's the mystery ?
You've still failed to address that... in relation to your analysis of those other companies ? Were they improperly priced when they were trading for mere pennies... before those REE focused issues you're posing as "comparables" with SRSR... suddenly became participants in a "hot sector"... in the way it appears that niobium is moving toward becoming... only now ?
The logic inherent in your "would, coulda, shoulda" argument... just hasn't convinced me... and it doesn't appear relevant.
A SRSR share now is worth no more, now, and no less, now... than it was when you first postured that you thought that "the charts" clearly required that SRSR should immediately begin to trade much much lower... when "the charts" contained NO SUCH INDICATION ?
Posturing repeatedly that you expected "capitulation" would naturally occur at any moment ?
I don't find it in the least bit odd... that we see the trade that is being talked down... being the trade that is walked down... in the charts.
Looks to me like it will likely prove to be a costly effort...
I also think the effort made in disparaging SRSR, its rocks, its management, its shareholders, etc., etc, has been an abysmal failure...
It hasn't convinced me... or other longs... who know and recognize value when we see it ?
It appears no one here is buying that crap... certainly volume says the market is buying less and less of that brand of crap, over time... other than those spouting it... who have to pay to back their talk with a proof in performance ?
I don't value your opinion... or that of any other purposefully persistent practitioner of pessimism... any more than I value the opinions of those in the opposite camp who irrationally promote, rather than disparage... who find it useful to think inflating the values that do exist... will be as useful a method of promotion... as those who are disparaging... who think being negative and talking the value down... should naturally alter others appreciation of the value ?
And, given SRSR's history, and the changes occurring in the markets, now... I don't see a reason anyone else would "value" the efforts of promoters or their opposite number... more than they would the VALUE that is apparent.
In my opinion, SRSR is grossly under-priced, currently... largely as a result of an active effort being made to have it be so.
I don't care what your opinion is... because you've proven to me that I shouldn't accord it any value.
Clear enough ?