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Great Panther Mining Limited (GPR.TO)

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1.2300-0.0400 (-3.15%)
At close: 03:59PM EDT

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  • J
    James
    This stock has to fly above Eight Dollars a share for me just to break even again. It has been a brutal ride to the poor house since the fall of GPL share price beginning on May 18, 2021. I have lost my faith here and have also lost my faith in any business tied to Wall Street. I will play this hand that has been dealt me as their is no where to go from here.
  • w
    wayne
    And the Fed's hawkish stance really increases the pressure on such a vulnerable stock tied to the price of gold with no relief in sight.
    What did the board and management do with the $MILLIONS they received from the sale OUR silver mines ? ? ? ? ?
    Excellent question, I must ask.
  • w
    wayne
    The price of GPL follows the price of gold VERY closely. This is a GOOD thing and is very obvious.
  • w
    wayne
    GPL should survive with the big infusion of cash from the sale of their silver mines. Let's hope that the board of directors and management don't just fritter it away.
    Pray that they have a solid long-term business plan with gold production apparently being their primary focus. Of course, with these spendthrifts, you never know.
  • w
    wayne
    This stock has a lot of potential but it's difficult to advance with so much downward pressure on the precious metals today.
  • w
    wayne
    The driver of an automobile has the gas pedal to the floor (wild Govt. spending ) and the driver of this vehicle is simultaneously engaging the emergency brake (hawkish Fed. tightening).
    Result=A tremendous amount of inflation with a collapsed economy.
    Now, is this a recipe for disaster, or what ? ? ?
    In this type of environment, gold may be the safe haven.
  • E
    Elizabeth
    New trader watchlist was published by these guys and it featured GPL. (http://traderspot.club)
  • w
    wayne
    GPL acted very well today even though the precious metal commodities got hammered ! ! !
  • w
    wayne
    There was a 12% swing in the price of the stock on Tuesday and on Friday there was a 50,000 share block trade near the high of the day at the close. This recent activity looks very intriguing and ENCOURAGING.
  • j
    john
    Low volume double edge sword
  • J
    Jeffrey JOE Bob
    25,787,200 common shares of GSilver, valued at approximately US$6,700,000 should be divided and awarded to the GPL share holders. SP is not reflecting the sale mostly because of the cooked books.. 3000+ :( $#!+
  • G
    Gary
    Why is this gold miner not worth anything? Why has no other larger miner stepped in to buy this miner?
    Maybe it's cuz their mines are fugazi? Maybe it's cuz the whole mining business model is no longer workable for anything but large scale operations? Or is the entire gold mining business unworkable and as such...un-investable? Anyway...lord knows these clowns that run GPL don't deserve anything close to what they are being paid...as a mater of fact...the executive compensation that this horseshit company pays out for absolute failure....would be laughable...if it were not so tragic.
  • D
    DJ
    makes very little sense because major excavating has been done awaiting dryer weather. They previously disclosed the Oz per ton of production from bulk stockpiles. The future costs should have already been realized in previous quarters work. looks like they are wanting a sell off with all that bad news
  • w
    wayne
    @Bob Losing stocks don't act the way GPL acted on Friday and a
    few days later.
    We will know in short order.
  • w
    wayne
    Looking healthier today. And, as I say, as goes gold so goes GPL, at least for now anyway.
  • M
    MrSpock
    $3,080 AISC

    So for each ounce of gold they produce, they lose $1300?

    How is that sustainable?
  • w
    wayne
    The price of platinum appears to be an anomaly here, but then again not really. Back in the day platinum used to sell for approximately 30% OVER the price of gold. But platinum has lost its luster, too many other metal substitutes now. However, when things FINALLY get sorted out; we'll once again see platinum sell at a premuim over gold and the silver-to-gold ratio narrow considerably.
  • w
    wayne
    Very low volume today.
    Can't tell much at all about today's action; just no apparent interest all day.
  • j
    john
    Well today will be a good test if it follows gold
  • W
    Warrior
    Typical GP investor =