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   Gold/Mining/EnergyCoeur d'Alene Mining (CDE)


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From: Texas772/28/2009 10:22:22 AM
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In light of yesterdays earnings report I think CDE deserves a post. They earned a penny when analysts were predicting a loss. S&P recently downgraded them from B- to CCC because they said they expected them to have cash problems next fall. I think the release shows that won't be the case. Once S&P upgrades them (at some point will have to happen if CDE reports are true) CDE should get a nice pop. The shorts should start to cover soon. All I can see is upward pressure for the coming months even if silver continues retracing a bit.

Anyone else out here with some analysis?

Thanks ... Dave

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To: Texas77 who wrote (609)3/3/2009 8:42:56 AM
From: DHB
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What will make this pop is the commies letting the Alaska project move forward.
DHB

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To: DHB who wrote (610)3/3/2009 10:07:52 AM
From: Texas77
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I got my fingers crossed. That plus the getting operations started at its new Palmarejo silver and gold mine going could be big.

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To: DHB who wrote (610)3/3/2009 10:27:21 AM
From: loantech
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I would like CDE more if that came true what are the chances?

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To: loantech who wrote (612)3/3/2009 1:22:40 PM
From: DHB
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I honestly wish I new, I used to really look for the news and there was a glimmer or two of hope, I was onsite working on a concrete plant and can't believe the deal got shut down after the permit was in place. There was-is alot of cash in play that is setting idle at this point. They are crushing rock for CHr%^%$#^%$st Sake not using water cannons or acid.
DHB

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To: DHB who wrote (613)3/3/2009 7:48:33 PM
From: loantech
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Well it is the pits especially after permits were issued. Just not right. Please keep us informed.

Tom

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To: DHB who wrote (610)3/5/2009 9:23:51 AM
From: Texas77
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Where is the best place to read about the Alask problems? I know they have an appeal pending but I'm not up to speed on what really happened there.

Thanks,

Dave

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To: Texas77 who wrote (615)3/5/2009 9:27:01 AM
From: DHB
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I would do a google news search containing Kensington mine, CDE, and when I remember whatever else I used to see I will post.

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To: DHB who wrote (616)3/5/2009 9:32:18 AM
From: Texas77
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I am always forgetting about our friend google. Thanks, great idea.

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To: Texas77 who wrote (617)3/11/2009 9:20:56 AM
From: Texas77
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Did anyone notice the large short covering on CDE over the last month? (led NYSE for mid to late Feb - 13.9 million fewer shorts)

If they announce production at Palmarejo this month we could be off to the races.

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