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Owja get sum decernt tunes on dis fing?
Hey kooks, this ain't no fancy dress party. There ain't no party like an S Club party.
Meanwhile, I've been on this Dylan Thomas kick recently and running a blog means that I don't need to suffer alone, so...
a) Last week IKN gave you this post on Oct 13th entitled "What happens in the Brazil second round run-off election in the next two weeks".
b) Up to and including point 6 of the 10 point roadmap, we've been prettty darned close so far.
And what is point six, you ask? Ok, here's the re-print:
6) At some point next week, maybe Tuesday 21st or Weds 22nd, the Bovespa will drop heavily as the plug is pulled on the speculative pump and profits taken by the people who read Brazil correctly, instead of relying on wishful thinking.c) So let's see how the Bovespa is doing today, Tuesday October 21st:
C'mon, admit it, that's a good call.
So, now check point eight of that post last week.
Click play and turn up the speakers, IKN guarantees it to be a decision you won't regret.
Kickass track! Silly Video! Oldskool! Run Away!
Well, I laughed:
- Lundin pays $1.8Bn for 80% of the Candelaria copper mine in Chile. Last year it produced 169kt Cu.
- NGEx Resources wants you to buy and then build Los Helados in Chile. Still at PEA stage, you'd need to spend $4.3Bn as well as wait several years (five's absolute minimum, and it's more like ten) before you get your copper, which would come at a rate of 115kt/year.
News release here. IKN's thoughts here.
I can think of better things to do with $4.3Bn, and that's putting it mildly. End.
Is second childishness and mere oblivion,
Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything.
UPDATE: Nine. That's more than enough by the way, if you didn't get the hint.
...the gold/silver ratio:
Know any silver miners that use a 55/1 ratio for their AgEq calculations? Yeah, me too.