Queenstake Resources (merged to Yukon-Nevada Gold)

QRL-T

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Analysis and Opinions about QRL-T

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VAGUE
VAGUE
May 9, 2005
Has disappointed 3/4 quarters in a row. Hopefully the company will do what they say they can do. Think of this stock as a warrant on higher gold prices.
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Has disappointed 3/4 quarters in a row. Hopefully the company will do what they say they can do. Think of this stock as a warrant on higher gold prices.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
April 29, 2005
One of the few gold mining companies with true leverage to the US$. Their only operation is the Jarret Canyon mine in Nevada. The bad news is that they seem to be spinning in mud, i.e. the cash flow they are generating through their operations is going right back into resource development, exploration and sustaining capital costs. Operating costs are rising when they should be falling and cash flow is falling when it should be rising.
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One of the few gold mining companies with true leverage to the US$. Their only operation is the Jarret Canyon mine in Nevada. The bad news is that they seem to be spinning in mud, i.e. the cash flow they are generating through their operations is going right back into resource development, exploration and sustaining capital costs. Operating costs are rising when they should be falling and cash flow is falling when it should be rising.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
April 15, 2005
Has decent management. Too many shares outstanding. Would like to see them restructure.
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Has decent management. Too many shares outstanding. Would like to see them restructure.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
March 23, 2005
Have a lot of cost pressures which are increasing. This is worrying. Tends to avoid mines that have high costs as it is hard to tell where gold is going.
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Have a lot of cost pressures which are increasing. This is worrying. Tends to avoid mines that have high costs as it is hard to tell where gold is going.
WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
March 21, 2005
Has spent considerable time looking over this one and it shows up incredibly inexpensive. There are 2 types of resource companies. Long life companies which are low cost (which he likes) and a 3/4 year reserve life. This one is the latter with a 3 year reserve life. Great technical team managing it.
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Has spent considerable time looking over this one and it shows up incredibly inexpensive. There are 2 types of resource companies. Long life companies which are low cost (which he likes) and a 3/4 year reserve life. This one is the latter with a 3 year reserve life. Great technical team managing it.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
March 15, 2005
This is a good example of how risky some of the juniors are.
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This is a good example of how risky some of the juniors are.
WATCH
WATCH
March 10, 2005
Currently the bane of his existance. Have apparently run out of money. CEO had heart attack and resigned. Replacement guy might just as competent (!?) if not more so. Are attemptting refinancing. If gold goes up $100 in the next year (he expects it to) this company could be seen in a totally different light.
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Currently the bane of his existance. Have apparently run out of money. CEO had heart attack and resigned. Replacement guy might just as competent (!?) if not more so. Are attemptting refinancing. If gold goes up $100 in the next year (he expects it to) this company could be seen in a totally different light.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
March 8, 2005
Small company controls large deposit. Need to keep exploring to keep producing. Likes the management team (knows them), however would not buy the stock.
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Small company controls large deposit. Need to keep exploring to keep producing. Likes the management team (knows them), however would not buy the stock.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
February 16, 2005
New management team in quite an old mine. Only about 4 years of mine left and then they will have to go find more gold. Thinks they will. Prefers companies with low cost operation and long reserve life.
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New management team in quite an old mine. Only about 4 years of mine left and then they will have to go find more gold. Thinks they will. Prefers companies with low cost operation and long reserve life.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
January 28, 2005
Has a high profile because a well known money manager has spoken often about it. Anytime it got over $0.50, he felt it was fairly priced. A lot of shares outstanding. Not among the top tiered undervalued stocks.
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Has a high profile because a well known money manager has spoken often about it. Anytime it got over $0.50, he felt it was fairly priced. A lot of shares outstanding. Not among the top tiered undervalued stocks.
SELL
SELL
January 20, 2005
In 2003 started at $0.20, ran all the way up to $1 and since then, it's been trending down. The new low suggests that the downtrend is not quite finished.
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In 2003 started at $0.20, ran all the way up to $1 and since then, it's been trending down. The new low suggests that the downtrend is not quite finished.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
January 12, 2005
Not particularily interested in the junior golds.
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Not particularily interested in the junior golds.
HOLD
HOLD
January 11, 2005
Bought a mine several months ago and planned on getting costs down and production up, but hasn't worked out yet. At this price, don't sell. On any rebound to the $0.65/0.70 level, get out.
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Bought a mine several months ago and planned on getting costs down and production up, but hasn't worked out yet. At this price, don't sell. On any rebound to the $0.65/0.70 level, get out.
BUY
BUY
January 10, 2005
This companies problem is the repacement of their gold reserves and resources. They spent a lot of capital in 2004 in development of resources, so their financial performance was poor. Good news is they are probably the only company operating in the US that gives direct leverage to the devaluation of the dollar.
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This companies problem is the repacement of their gold reserves and resources. They spent a lot of capital in 2004 in development of resources, so their financial performance was poor. Good news is they are probably the only company operating in the US that gives direct leverage to the devaluation of the dollar.
BUY
BUY
January 10, 2005
This companies problem is the repacement of their gold reserves and resources. They spent a lot of capital in 2004 in development of resources, so their financial performance was poor. Good news is they are probably the only company operating in the US that gives direct leverage to the devaluation of the dollar.
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This companies problem is the repacement of their gold reserves and resources. They spent a lot of capital in 2004 in development of resources, so their financial performance was poor. Good news is they are probably the only company operating in the US that gives direct leverage to the devaluation of the dollar.
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