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    McEwen Mining - Die letzten 30 Beiträge

    eröffnet am 29.01.12 19:26:51 von
    Antarius

    neuester Beitrag 20.08.14 21:49:45 von
    boersentrader02
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    Beitrag schreiben Ansicht: Die letzten 30 Beiträge
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    boersentrader02
    schrieb am 20.08.14 21:49:45
    Beitrag Nr. 643 (47.569.975)
    Das ist nicht nur noch ein Gerücht, das scheint die Wahrheit zu sein !!!!

    Das böse Erwachen der Deutschen kommt noch. Ich bleibe bei meinen Edelmetall-Aktien und bei meinen physischen Edelmetallen, die ich alle auf meiner eigenen Bank im Garten gebracht habe.:laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:




    Deutsches Gold: nein, ihr könnt euer Gold nicht sehen
    19. August 2014 dieter
    Stellungnahme zum Interview von Grant Williams “Shocking truth about missing German Gold”

    von Peter Boehringer (Deutsche Edelmetall-Gesellschaft)

    Bevor wir wieder mit Hinweisen und Rückfragen zum (untenstehenden) KWN-Interview / Artikel von Grant Williams „Shocking Truth About The Missing U.S. & German Gold Hoards“ zugeschüttet werden, gleich hier das offizielle Statement der Bürgerinitiative „Holt unser Gold heim“ dazu:

    1. Es ist wahrscheinlich, dass Williams weitgehend recht hat! Wobei (wie ja schon oft erläutert) „weg“ auch bedeuten könnte, dass die Gold-Barren zwar physisch vorhanden sind – buchhalterisch aber „mehrere Eigentümer“ haben, was auf dasselbe hinausläuft (für fast alle vermeintlichen Eigentümer wäre es dann „weg“, wenn es etwa in einer Währungskrise darauf ankäme, Physisches in der Hand zu haben); was im Interview auch so gesagt wird.

    2. Wie alle –speziell US-amerikanischen– Quotensucher kann auch Grant Williams im KWN-Interview seine Aussagen nicht gerichtsfest belegen. Und wie andere Referenten vor ihm (etwa Jim Rickards oder William Kaye oder gar die Talking Heads von CNBC o.ä.) hat auch Grant keinerlei Insiderwissen über den Zustand des Goldes in den Kellern der Fed oder der Bundesbank.
    Die Indizien, die zu seiner „shocking“ Überschrift führen, stellt er aber recht gut dar – es sind noch lange nicht alle… Und natürlich zeigen die Wortwahl und die Frequenz solcher Artikel in ausländischen Medien eindrucksvoll auf, wie relevant für die internationale Finanzwelt die Frage nach der unangetasteten Existenz speziell des deutschen Goldhorts ist!

    3. Weil Beweise noch nicht erbracht sind, mac


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    boersentrader02
    schrieb am 20.08.14 13:37:29
    Beitrag Nr. 642 (47.564.461)
    Ihr werdet es noch alle erleben, dass das Gold und nicht zuvergessen auch das Silber durch die Decke schiessen werden.

    Haltet eure Unzen und die Edelmetall-Aktien fest im Blick und lasst sie euch nicht abjagen.

    Und warum, es wird nicht mehr lange dauern dann ist es soweit und die Welt endet in einem Chaos wo nur noch Werte wie Edelmetalle zählen werden und was ist mit dem Papiergeld ?

    Es ist dann wertlos und nur noch für die, dies es halt haben, zum Ofen anstecken zu verwenden.

    Allerdings, das muss man dann sagen, die es noch besitzen denen wird es ganz schön heiß um den Ar. . . herum !



    Gold bleibt absturzgefährdet

    Veröffentlicht am 19.08.2014

    Am letzten Freitag hat sich Gold der wichtigen Unterstützung bei 1.280 US-Dollar bereits gefährlich genähert. Dann kam Hilfe aus der Ukraine, aber die währte nicht lange.

    Der letzte Handelstag in der vergangenen Woche hat gezeigt, was Gold wirklich helfen würde: Eine weitere Zuspitzung der Krise in der Ukraine. Als die Meldung über den Ticker lief, dass die Ukraine einen Konvoi russischer Panzerfahrzeuge auf dem eigenen Territorium teilweise zerstört habe, stürzte der DAX ab, während sich Gold blitzschnell um mehr als 20 US-Dollar vom Tagestief erholte.


    http://www.aktien-global.de/top-maerkte/gold/gold_bleibt_abs…
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    boersentrader02
    schrieb am 14.08.14 11:42:36
    Beitrag Nr. 641 (47.513.623)
    Warum sagt bzw. schreibt uns Rob hierzu nichts ?
    Auch auf der Homepage kann man hierzu nichts finden, was stimmt daran oder stimmt nicht ?:confused:

    Alle 1/2 Jahre gibt es hierzu eine Veröffentlichung von TNR und das war es.
    :confused::D



    TNR Gold Corp. Comments on Recent News by McEwen Mining on the Los Azules Copper Project, Argentina

    TNR Gold Corp.
    Vancouver, B.C. / TNW-ACCESSWIRE / August 13 2014 /

    TNR Gold Corp. (the "Company" or "TNR) (TSX VENTURE:TNR.V ) advises that McEwen Mining Inc. (NYSE:MUX, TSX:MUX) ("McEwen Mining") has issued news releases dated 17 July, 2014 and 07 August, 2014 in relation to the Los Azules Copper Project in San Juan Province, Argentina. TNR holds a 25% back-in right, exercisable upon the completion of a feasibility study, on the northern part of the Los Azules property.

    The news releases issued by McEwen Mining summarize the results of an impairment test conducted on Los Azules as a result of the recently announced acquisition of Lumina Copper Corp. by First Quantum Minerals Ltd. to gain ownership of the Taca Taca copper project in Salta, Argentina. McEwen Mining recognized that the similarities between Los Azules and Taca Taca in terms of project scale and location within Argentina gave sufficient cause for the impairment analysis that resulted in McEwen Mining recording an impairment charge for Los Azules in its second quarter.

    The Company is of the view that the impairment recorded by McEwen Mining on Los Azules does not have an adverse affect on the Company's valuation of its back-in right in the Los Azules deposit and the ongoing evaluation of the sale of its rights to the deposit (see TNR news release May 8, 2013).

    In their press release dated 17 July 2014 Rob McEwen states, "With First Quantum acquiring Lumina Copper and their Taca Taca project, Los Azules moves to the forefront in terms of world-class, undeveloped, high-grade copper assets not owned by a major mining company. As we have said in the past, Taca Taca serves as a good proxy for the value of Los Azules and we believe this transaction demonstrates value in projects located in Argentina." The news release is available at SEDAR http://www.sedar.com and on the McEwen Mining website http://www.mcewenmining.com. TNR encourages its shareholders to read the press releases issued by McEwen Mining to gain a better understanding of the work performed and the potential impacts this will have on the project.

    McEwen Mining's press releases appear to be prepared by Qualified Persons and the procedures, methodology and key assumptions disclosed therein are those adopted and consistently applied in the mining industry, but no Qualified Person engaged by TNR Gold Corp. has done sufficient work to analyze, interpret, classify or verify McEwen Mining's information to determine the current mineral reserve or resource or other information referred to in the press release. Accordingly, the reader is cautioned in placing any reliance on the disclosures therein.

    "Los Azules is a unique, long-life, copper mining opportunity in Argentina. Recent acquisitions that include the Las Bambas copper mining project in Peru acquired by Minmetals Group from China and the Taca Taca copper deposit in Argentina acquired by First Quantum Minerals confirm there is significant value to be realized for projects in this region. We are pleased that large-scale, capital intensive projects like Los Azules are attracting attention from global mining companies, increasing our ability to monetize our portion of the asset. In our opinion, McEwen Mining's latest analysis provides a solid base value for the asset," commented Mr. Kirill Klip, Non-Executive Chairman of TNR.

    ABOUT LOS AZULES

    The Company has a 25% back-in right in the Northern Portion of the Los Azules property which is exercisable following the completion of a feasibility study. If the Company elects to back-in for 5% or less or has its interest diluted to 5% or less, TNR will receive a net smelter royalty of 0.6% from the Northern Portion.

    The Los Azules copper deposit is located in the San Juan province of Argentina. McEwen Mining Inc. is the current operator on the Los Azules copper deposit and the Company has previously advised that on May 15, March 28, and March 13, 2013, McEwen Mining Inc. issued press releases in relation to the deposit, which are accessible on Sedar at http://www.sedar.com and on McEwen Mining Inc.'s website at http://mcewenmining.com.

    ABOUT TNR GOLD Corp. (www.tnrgoldcorp.com)

    Over the past twenty-one years TNR, through its lead generator business model, has been successful in generating high quality exploration projects around the globe. With the Company's expertise, resources and industry network, it is well positioned to aggressively identify, source, explore, partner and continue to expand its project portfolio.

    TNR Gold recently reported an inferred mineral resource at the Shotgun Gold project in Alaska containing 20,734,313 tonnes at 1.06 grams per tonne ("g/t") gold for a total of 705,960 ounces gold ("Au") using a 0.5 g/t Au cut-off (see news release dated 22 April 2013).

    TNR is also a major shareholder of International Lithium Corp. (TSX:ILC.V) ("ILC"), a company created by TNR to advance its internationally acquired lithium prospects. TNR currently holds about 25.5% of the outstanding shares of ILC.

    At its core, TNR provides significant exposure to gold and copper through its holdings in Alaska and Argentina and is committed to continued generation of in-demand projects, while diversifying its markets and building shareholder value.

    John Harrop, PGeo, FGS, is a "Qualified Person" as defined under NI 43-101 and has reviewed and approved the technical content of this news release.

    For further details please see our website at http://www.tnrgoldcorp.com/s/NewsReleases.asp

    On behalf of the board,

    Gary Schellenberg
    President



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    Global-Player83
    schrieb am 08.08.14 09:59:47
    Beitrag Nr. 640 (47.465.638)
    wo werden die umsätze der 49% beteiligung an san jose verbucht?
    die ausgewiesenen umsätze repräsemtiere nur el gallo...
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    bennog
    schrieb am 08.08.14 08:13:05
    Beitrag Nr. 639 (47.464.024)
    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 47.463.709 von bennog am 08.08.14 07:17:11McEwen Mining Q2 2014 Financial & Operating Results


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    TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Aug. 7, 2014) - McEwen Mining Inc. (NYSE:MUX) (TSX:MUX) is pleased to provide a summary of the Company's Q2 2014 financial and operating results.







    Summary
    ◦Still on track to meet full-year production guidance of 135,000 to 140,000 gold equivalent ounces as production is expected to increase in Q4 2014 due to: 1) 50% more processing capacity at El Gallo 1 compared to the first half of 2014; and 2) higher grades at San José and El Gallo 1 compared to the first half of 2014.
    ◦The El Gallo 1 mine expansion construction was completed in the quarter and commissioning has commenced. The expansion is expected to be fully operational in Q4 2014. As a result of the expansion and mining higher grade ore, El Gallo 1 production is expected to increase from 37,500 to 75,000 gold equivalent ounces in 2015.

    Q2 2014 Highlights
    ◦Gold equivalent production* for El Gallo 1 totaled 8,167 ounces (8,113 gold ounces and 3,275 silver ounces). Production decreased due to lower gold grades and downtime at the process plant associated with the commissioning of the mine expansion.
    ◦McEwen Mining's share of gold equivalent production* for San José totaled 23,033 gold equivalent ounces (10,750 gold ounces and 737,001 silver ounces). Production was slightly lower due to a decrease in planned silver grades.
    ◦Total cash costs** and all-in sustaining costs** were $840 and $1,283 per gold equivalent ounce sold. Total cash costs were higher due to lower production and one time costs and repairs at El Gallo 1. The anticipated increase in ounces in Q4 2014 will have a positive impact on full-year costs.
    ◦Gold Bar has received sufficient underground water rights from the Nevada Division of Water Resources to perform all mine related activities. This permit approval is a significant development for advancing the project.
    ◦Reported a net loss of $104 million or ($0.35) per share in Q2 2014. The net loss for the period is primarily due to an after-tax impairment charge of $98 million related to our Los Azules copper project in Argentina. The Company also spent approximately $3 million on both exploration and general and administrative expenses.

    Q3 2014 Outlook
    ◦We expect Q3 production at El Gallo 1 to remain at current levels due to continuation of the rainy season and crusher availability issues experienced in mid-July. Midway through the third quarter we expect to be mining significantly higher grade ore at El Gallo 1. The grade is expected to increase from 1.1 gpt (grams per tonne) in Q2 to an average of 1.9 gpt for the second half of 2014.
    ◦Q3 production at San José will be at similar levels to Q2 due to continued low silver grades. In July, the mine also experienced a work stoppage that lasted 3 days; however, the mine remains on track for 2014 production guidance due to anticipated higher grades in Q4.

    * Gold equivalent calculated by converting silver into gold using a 60:1 exchange ratio. In 2013, 52:1 exchange ratio was used to calculate gold equivalent production and costs. Figures from 2013, including total cash costs, all-in sustaining costs, and all-in costs on a per gold equivalent ounce basis, have been adjusted to 60:1 for comparison purposes.

    ** Adjusted net loss, earnings from mining operations, total cash costs, all-in sustaining costs, and all-in costs are financial performance measures with no standardized definition under generally accepted accounting principles in the United States of America ("Non-GAAP measure"). See "Cautionary Note Regarding Non-GAAP Measures" for additional information.

    Financial Highlights

    Adjusted Loss

    Removing the impact of the impairments in the current and comparative periods, as well as the impact of foreign exchange fluctuations, adjusted net loss for the second quarter was $8.6 million, compared to $11.7 million for the comparable period in 2013.

    Mines Remain Profitable

    Earnings from mining operations during the quarter totaled $6.6 million versus $7.8 million in Q2 2013 and $11.4 million in Q1 2014. Earnings from mining operations were lower compared to Q1 2014 due to lower realized gold and silver prices and lower grades at both the San José and El Gallo 1 mines.

    Good Balance Sheet Liquidity

    At June 30, 2014, McEwen Mining had cash and liquid assets of $16.6 million, comprised of cash, $15.2 million, and precious metals of $1.4 million. In July 2014, the Company incurred $4 million in debt by replacing its cash bonding with surety bonds of $4.8 million. This represents a contingent liability to the Company. The annual fees are 1.5% of the value of the surety bonds, with an upfront 10% deposit.

    Cash Flow from Argentina

    During Q2 2014, McEwen Mining received $3.2 million in dividends from its 49% interest in the San José mine, with the majority having been repatriated back to the Company's head office in Canada. In July 2014, the Company received an additional dividend of $1 million.

    Mexican Tax Rebate Pending

    McEwen Mining is awaiting a refund totaling $14.5 million in value added taxes ("VAT" or "IVA" as known locally) from the Mexican government for amounts paid to local vendors and suppliers.

    San José Mine, Argentina (49%)

    Production for McEwen Mining's 49% share in the San José mine during Q2 2014 was 23,033 gold equivalent ounces (converting silver into gold using a 60:1 ratio), consisting of 10,750 gold ounces and 737,001 silver ounces. This was 9% lower than the comparable period in 2013 and 1% higher than Q1 2014. Production was lower year-over-year due to lower gold and silver grades.

    Gold equivalent total cash costs in Q2 2014 were $836 per ounce sold. This is 3% higher than Q2 2013 and 2% higher than Q1 2014. The increase in total cash costs is primarily due to lower silver grades, high inflationary pressures and an increase in ground support costs.

    All-in sustaining costs totaled $1,165 per gold equivalent ounce sold and was 11% higher than Q2 2013 and 17% higher than Q1 2014. The increase in all-in sustaining costs was also due to lower silver grades, which are expected to recover during the second half of 2014. Further, all-in sustaining costs on a per ounce basis were lower in 2013 than in 2014 due to a significantly higher number of ounces sold, therefore resulting in a lower cost per ounce. Sales in the second quarter of 2013 were unusually high due to a build-up of inventory in the preceding quarter. The average realized prices for gold and silver during Q2 2014 were $1,268/oz. and $19.30/oz., respectively.

    Q3 production at San José will be at similar levels to Q2 due to continued low silver grades. In July, the mine also experienced a work stoppage that lasted 3 days. However; the mine remains on track for 2014 production guidance due to anticipated higher grades in Q4.

    Production guidance for our share of production from San José in 2014 remains at 97,500 gold equivalent ounces. Cash costs and all-in sustaining costs are estimated at $800 and $1,100 per gold equivalent ounce in 2014.

    San José Mine Production Results



    San José - 100%*

    Q2 2014



    Q1 2014



    Q2 2013



    Year to Date 2014



    Ore production (tonnes processed)

    142,074



    134,589



    140,816



    276,663



    Average grade gold (gpt)

    5.45



    5.77



    6.34



    5.60



    Average head silver (gpt)

    378



    391



    407



    385



    Average gold recovery (%)

    87.6



    88.1



    89.3



    88.1



    Average silver recovery (%)

    87.1



    86.9



    85.5



    87.0



    Gold produced (ounces)

    21,938



    21,974



    25,610



    43,912



    Silver produced (ounces)

    1,504,084



    1,471,081



    1,575,442



    2,975,165



    Gold sold (ounces)

    20,954



    22,298



    31,974



    43,252



    Silver sold (ounces)

    1,511,314



    1,492,687



    1,991,030



    3,004,001



    Co-product total cash cost Au (US$/oz)

    889



    872



    878



    881



    Co-product total cash cost Ag (US$/oz)

    13.19



    12.75



    12.40



    12.96



    Gold equivalent total cash cost (US$/oz)

    836



    816



    810



    826



    Co-product all-in sustaining cash cost Au (US$/oz)

    1,239



    1,060



    1,137



    1,149



    Co-product all-in sustaining cash cost Ag (US$/oz)

    18.38



    15.51



    16.06



    16.92



    Gold equivalent co-product all-in sustaining cash cost (US$/oz)

    1,165



    992



    1,049



    1,077



    McEwen Mining - 49% Share

















    Gold produced (ounces)

    10,750



    10,767



    12,549



    21,517



    Silver produced (ounces)

    737,001



    720,830



    771,967



    1,457,831



    Gold equivalent produced (ounces)

    23,033



    22,781



    25,415



    45,814


    * McEwen Mining holds a 49% attributable interest in the San José mine.

    El Gallo 1 Mine, Mexico (100%)

    In Q2 2014 the El Gallo 1 mine produced 8,167 gold equivalent ounces, consisting of 8,113 gold ounces and 3,275 silver ounces. This was 4% lower than Q2 2013 and 13% lower than Q1 2014. Production was lower due to lower gold grades and downtime at the process plant that was associated with commissioning of the expansion.

    Total cash costs in Q2 2014 were $852 per gold equivalent ounce, 19% higher than Q2 2013 and 18% higher than Q1 2014. The increase in total cash costs is primarily due to a higher strip ratio in the areas being mined in 2014, coupled with lower ounces produced in Q2. Haulage costs have increased slightly year-over-year, as we are currently mining pits that are further away from both the processing plant and the waste dumps as per the mine plan. The Company also incurred additional expenditures to repair and improve the solution pond liners and the ADR plant.

    All-in sustaining costs totaled $1,257 per gold equivalent ounce in Q2 2014, which was 4% higher than Q2 2013 and 20% higher than Q1 2014. The average realized prices for gold and silver during Q2 2014 were $1,291/oz. and $19.58/oz., respectively.

    The Company expects Q3 production at El Gallo 1 to remain at current levels due to continuation of the rainy season and crusher availability issues experienced in mid-July.

    By mid-Q3 2014 we expect to be mining significantly higher grade ore at El Gallo 1. The grade is expected to increase from 1.1 gpt in Q2 to an average of 1.9 gpt for the second half of 2014. The grade coupled with the expanded rate of production will have a positive impact in Q4.

    In 2014, El Gallo 1 is forecasted to produce 37,500 gold equivalent ounces. Total cash costs and all-in sustaining costs have been estimated at $775 and $1,100 per gold equivalent ounce, respectively.

    In 2015, cash costs and all-in sustaining costs are forecasted to fall from $775 to $575 per gold equivalent ounce and $1,100 to $850 per gold equivalent ounce, respectively because of the expansion at El Gallo 1. The increased capacity, combined with higher grades as mining moves deeper in the pit, is expected to increase production from 37,500 gold equivalent ounces in 2014, to 75,000 gold equivalent ounces in 2015.

    El Gallo 1 Mine Production Results





    Q2 2014



    Q1 2014



    Q2 2013



    Year to Date 2014



    Ore production (tonnes processed)

    368,223



    359,402



    346,896



    727,625



    Average grade gold (gpt)

    1.10



    1.16



    1.34



    1.13



    Gold produced (ounces)

    8,113



    9,295



    8,439



    17,408



    Silver produced (ounces)

    3,275



    4,195



    6,341



    7,470



    Gold equivalent produced (ounces)

    8,167



    9,365



    8,545



    17,532



    Gold sold (ounces)

    8,911



    8,563



    7,897



    17,474



    Silver sold (ounces)

    6,760



    1,600



    6,400



    8,360



    Gold equivalent total cash cost (US$)

    852



    720



    714



    788



    Gold equivalent co-product all-in sustaining cash cost (US$)

    1,257



    1,046



    1,204



    1,154


    Note: Gold recoveries are projected to reach 70% through on-going leaching.

    El Gallo 2, Mexico (100%)

    We are waiting for a higher silver price of $23-$25 per ounce before proceeding with the construction of El Gallo 2. The higher silver price should lower our cost of capital and will provide a much superior rate of return. In preparation for the construction decision, the Company has been evaluating possible financing alternatives while advancing the construction of the ball mill, which is the longest lead-time item associated with the project. The ball mill is 75% complete and will be ready for delivery in Q4 2014.

    Based on on-going cost savings studies, we believe approximately $150 million in financing would be required in order to complete the mine. The El Gallo 2 feasibility study has not been updated to reflect these possible changes.

    Los Azules, Argentina (100%)

    During the second quarter of 2014, the Company recorded an impairment charge of $120 million relating to its Los Azules copper exploration project ("Los Azules Project"). The impairment was considered prudent and reasonable due to the recently announced acquisition of Lumina Copper Corp. by First Quantum Minerals Ltd., for approximately $430 million. Lumina's only significant asset is the Taca Taca copper project located in Salta, Argentina. While there are some notable differences between Taca Taca and Los Azules, we believe the similarities in project scale and location within Argentina warrant consideration for the Lumina transaction to be a triggering event for an impairment analysis. The Company engaged a third party valuator who used the observed market value per pound of copper equivalent based on this recent and other comparable transactions to estimate the fair value of the Los Azules Project. The carrying value of the property exceeded its estimated fair value, resulting in an impairment charge of $120 million, along with a resulting deferred income tax recovery of $22 million, for a net impairment charge of $98 million for the three and six months ended June 30, 2014. The book value of the Los Azules Project is now $310 million.

    Gold Bar Project, Nevada (100%)

    McEwen Mining continues to advance the Gold Bar permitting process for construction and production. Gold Bar is forecasted to produce 50,000 ounces gold per year for 8 years at a cash cost of $700 per ounce and an all-in sustaining cost of $850 per ounce.

    Gold Bar has received sufficient underground water rights from the Nevada Division of Water Resources to perform all mine related activities. This permit approval is a significant development for advancing the project.

    McEwen Mining submitted the Plan of Operations "POO" during the fourth quarter of 2013. The POO was determined complete and the BLM has determined that an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is necessary to fulfill the requirements under the National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA). Upon completion of the environmental analysis the BLM will be able to proceed with the approval determination of the POO. A request for proposal has been issued to select a third-party contractor to assist the BLM in the preparation of an EIS for the Gold Bar project. Final permit approval is scheduled for first quarter of 2016.

    Summary Production 2015 & 2016

    Our expected annual production profile and costs are shown in the graphs below. Gold equivalent ounces are projected to increase by 31% from 2013 to 2016. In the same timeframe, all-in sustaining costs are projected to drop by 8%.

    To view the Projected Annual Production Growth and Projected Production Costs graphs, please visit the following link: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/961690g.pdf

    Q2 2014 Conference Call Details

    McEwen Mining will be hosting a conference call to discuss the Q2 2014, results and project developments on Friday August 8, 2014 11 am EDT

    WEBCAST:

    http://www.gowebcasting.com/lobby/5835

    TELEPHONE:

    Participant dial-in number(s): 647-788-4922 / 877-223-4471

    Conference ID: 76213182

    REPLAY:

    Dial-in number(s): 416-621-4642 / 800-585-8367

    Conference ID: 76213182

    ABOUT MCEWEN MINING (www.mcewenmining.com)

    The goal of McEwen Mining is to qualify for inclusion in the S&P 500 by creating a profitable gold producer focused in the Americas. McEwen Mining's principal assets consist of the San José mine in Santa Cruz, Argentina (49% interest); the El Gallo complex in Sinaloa, Mexico; the Gold Bar project in Nevada, US; the Los Azules project in San Juan, Argentina. McEwen Mining has 297,417,091 shares issued and outstanding at August 7, 2014. Rob McEwen, Chief Owner, Chairman and CEO owns 25% of the shares of the Company.

    TECHNICAL INFORMATION

    This news release has been reviewed and approved by William Faust, PE, McEwen Mining's Chief Operating Officer, who is a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 ("NI 43-101).

    El Gallo: for additional information about the El Gallo complex see the technical report titled "Resource Estimate for the El Gallo Complex, Sinaloa State, Mexico" dated August 30, 2013 with an effective date of June 30, 2013, prepared by John Read, C.P.G., and Luke Willis, P. Geo. Mr. Read and Mr. Willis are not considered independent of the Company as defined by NI 43-101

    Gold Bar: For information about the Gold Bar project see the technical report titled "NI 43-101 Technical Report on Resources and Reserves Gold Bar Project, Eureka County, Nevada" dated February 24, 2012 with an effective date of November 28, 2011, prepared by J. Pennington, C.P.G., MSc., Frank Daviess, MAusIMM, Registered SME, Eric Olin, MBA, RM-SME, MSc, Herb Osborn, P.E, Joanna Poeck, MMSA, B. Eng., Kent Hartley P.E. Mining, SME, BSc, Mike Levy, P.E, P.G, MSc., Evan Nikirk, P. E., Mark Allan Willow, M.Sc, C.E.M. and Neal Rigby, CEng, MIMMM, PhD, all of whom are qualified persons and all of whom are independent of McEwen Mining, each as defined by NI 43-101.

    San José: for additional information about the San José mine see the technical report titled "Technical Report on San José Silver-Gold Mine, Santa Cruz, Argentina" dated August 15, 2013 with an effective date of December 31 2012, prepared by Eugene Puritch, P.Eng., David Burga, P.Geo., Alfred Hayden, P.Eng., James L. Pearson, P.Eng., and Fred H. Brown, P.Geo., all of whom are qualified persons and all of whom are independent of McEwen Mining, each as defined by NI 43-101.The foregoing news release and technical report are available under the Corporation's profile on SEDAR (www.sedar.com).

    The foregoing news release and technical reports are available under the Corporation's profile on SEDAR (www.sedar.com).

    There are significant risks and uncertainty associated with commencing production or changing production plans without a feasibility, pre-feasibility or scoping study. The expansion to El Gallo 1 has not and may not be explored, developed or analyzed in sufficient detail to complete an independent feasibility or pre-feasibility study. Further, although the subject of a 2012 feasibility study, the Company does not have a current feasibility study on the El Gallo 2 project. As such, each of the foregoing may ultimately be determined to lack one or more geological, engineering, legal, operating, economic, social, environmental, and other relevant factors reasonably required to serve as the basis for a final decision to complete the expansion or construction of all or part of these projects.

    RELIABILITY OF INFORMATION REGARDING THE SAN JOSÉ MINE

    Minera Santa Cruz S.A., the owner of the San José mine, is responsible for and has supplied to the Company all reported results from the San José mine. McEwen Mining's joint venture partner, a subsidiary of Hochschild Mining plc, and its affiliates other than MSC do not accept responsibility for the use of project data or the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

    CAUTIONARY NOTE REGARDING NON-GAAP MEASURES

    In this report, we have provided information prepared or calculated according to U.S. GAAP, as well as provided some non-U.S. GAAP ("non-GAAP") performance measures. Because the non-GAAP performance measures do not have any standardized meaning prescribed by U.S. GAAP, they may not be comparable to similar measures presented by other companies.

    (1) Total Cash Costs and All-in Sustaining

    Total cash costs consist of mining, processing, on-site general and administrative costs, community and permitting costs related to current explorations, royalty costs, refining and treatment charges (for both doré and concentrate products), sales costs, export taxes and operational stripping costs. All-in sustaining cash costs consist of total cash costs (as described above), plus environmental rehabilitation costs, mine site exploration and development costs, and sustaining capital expenditures. In order to arrive at our consolidated all-in sustaining costs, we also include corporate general and administrative expenses. Depreciation is excluded from both total cash costs and all-in sustaining cash costs. Total cash cost and all-in sustaining cash cost per ounce sold are calculated on a co-product basis by dividing the respective proportionate share of the total cash costs and all-in sustaining cash costs for the period attributable to each metal by the ounces of each respective metal sold. We use and report these measures to provide additional information regarding operational efficiencies both on a consolidated and an individual mine basis, and believe these measures provide investors and analysts with useful information about our underlying costs of operations. A reconciliation to the nearest U.S. GAAP measure is provided in McEwen Mining's Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended June 30, 2014.

    (2) Adjusted net income (loss)

    Adjusted net income (loss) excludes the following items from net income (loss): impairment charges, net of tax; foreign currency gains and losses, including the impact of the devaluation Argentine peso relative to the U.S. dollar; other non-recurring items, if applicable. We use and report this measure because we believe it provides investors and analysts with a useful measure of the underlying operating performance of our core mining business. A reconciliation to the nearest U.S. GAAP measure is provided in McEwen Mining's Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended June 30, 2014.

    (3) Earnings from mining operations

    The term Earnings from Mining Operations used in this report is a non-GAAP financial measure. We use and report this measure because we believe it provides investors and analysts with a useful measure of the underlying earnings from our mining operations.

    We define Earnings from Mining Operations as Gold and Silver Revenues from our El Gallo 1 mine and our 49% attributable share of the San José mine's Net Sales, less their respective Production Costs Applicable to Sales. To the extent that Production Costs Applicable to Sales may include depreciation and amortization expense related to the fair value increments on historical business acquisitions (fair value paid in excess of the carrying value of the underlying assets and liabilities assumed on the date of acquisition), we deduct this expense in order to arrive at Production Costs Applicable to Sales that only include depreciation and amortization expense incurred at the mine-site level. The San José mine Net Sales and Production Costs Applicable to Sales are presented, on a 100% basis, in Note 4 of McEwen Mining's Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended June 30, 2014.

    CAUTIONARY NOTE TO US INVESTORS REGARDING RESOURCE ESTIMATION

    McEwen Mining prepares its resource estimates in accordance with standards of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum referred to in Canadian National Instrument 43-101 (NI 43-101). These standards are different from the standards generally permitted in reports filed with the SEC. Under NI 43-101, McEwen Mining reports measured, indicated and inferred resources, measurements, which are generally not permitted in filings made with the SEC. The estimation of measured resources and indicated resources involve greater uncertainty as to their existence and economic feasibility than the estimation of proven and probable reserves. U.S. investors are cautioned not to assume that any part of measured or indicated resources will ever be converted into economically mineable reserves. The estimation of inferred resources involves far greater uncertainty as to their existence and economic viability than the estimation of other categories of resources.

    CAUTION CONCERNING FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS

    This news release contains certain forward-looking statements and information, including "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. The forward-looking statements and information expressed, as at the date of this news release, McEwen Mining Inc.'s (the "Company") estimates, forecasts, projections, expectations or beliefs as to future events and results. Forward-looking statements and information are necessarily based upon a number of estimates and assumptions that, while considered reasonable by management, are inherently subject to significant business, economic and competitive uncertainties, risks and contingencies, and there can be no assurance that such statements and information will prove to be accurate. Therefore, actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements and information. Risks and uncertainties that could cause results or future events to differ materially from current expectations expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements and information include, but are not limited to, factors associated with fluctuations in the market price of precious metals, mining industry risks, political, economic, social and security risks associated with foreign operations, the ability of the corporation to receive or receive in a timely manner permits or other approvals required in connection with operations, risks associated with the construction of mining operations and commencement of production and the projected costs thereof, risks related to litigation, the state of the capital markets, environmental risks and hazards, uncertainty as to calculation of mineral resources and reserves and other risks. Readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements or information included herein, which speak only as of the date hereof. The Company undertakes no obligation to reissue or update forward-looking statements or information as a result of new information or events after the date hereof except as may be required by law. See McEwen Mining's Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2013 and Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended June 30, 2014 and other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, under the caption "Risk Factors", for additional information on risks, uncertainties and other factors relating to the forward-looking statements and information regarding the Company. All forward-looking statements and information made in this news release are qualified by this cautionary statement.

    The NYSE and TSX have not reviewed and do not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of the contents of this news release, which has been prepared by management of McEwen Mining Inc.


    McEwen Mining Inc.
    Sheena Scotland
    Director, Investor Relations
    (647) 258-0395 ext 410 or Toll Free: (866) 441-0690
    (647) 258-0408 (FAX)
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    McEwen Mining Inc. - Mailing Address
    150 King Street West
    Suite 2800, P.O. Box 24
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    M5H 1J9
    info@mcewenmining.com






    Wertpapier: McEwen Mining
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    bennog
    schrieb am 08.08.14 07:17:11
    Beitrag Nr. 638 (47.463.709)
    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 47.440.384 von bennog am 06.08.14 07:26:06Zahlen verschoben auf heute 11:00 AM....bei uns um 17 uhr....Grund nicht ersichtlich?????
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    bennog
    schrieb am 06.08.14 07:26:06
    Beitrag Nr. 637 (47.440.384)
    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 47.333.252 von boersentrader02 am 18.07.14 13:24:50mal sehen was morgen kommt..und vor allem wie es aufgenommen wird! Rechne eher mit enttäuschenden kennziffnern wie z.B. bei den All-In Costs...hoffentlich passt dann der outlook!!!!

    wird Zeit dass der Goldpreis sich mal von der 200tge linie nach oben absetzt damit da etwas untertützung kommt
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    meichel
    schrieb am 31.07.14 18:11:56
    Beitrag Nr. 636 (47.409.814)
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    boersentrader02
    schrieb am 29.07.14 22:21:07
    Beitrag Nr. 635 (47.394.754)
    Und wir werden es doch schaffen, die Edelmetalle werden wieder steigen.

    Da können die Mpderatoren löschen auf Deubel komm raus. Aber wir schaffen es doch.

    Wartet nur ab.



    Goldpreis
    Edelmetall-Experte Stöferle: Goldpreis steigt auf 2.300 Dollar



    http://www.boerse-online.de/nachrichten/rohstoffe/Edelmetall…
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    boersentrader02
    schrieb am 28.07.14 23:16:20
    Beitrag Nr. 634 (47.387.908)
    !
    Dieser Beitrag wurde von CloudMOD moderiert. Grund: Spam, Werbung
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    boersentrader02
    schrieb am 27.07.14 22:43:12
    Beitrag Nr. 633 (47.382.028)
    Wer kann mir denn sagen, wo die Deutsche Bank ihre Finger nicht mit drin hat ?

    Bei den AMIS, Goldmann & Sachs, kann ich mir das ja vorstellen, aber doch nicht von den sauberen Herren Fitschen und Co.

    Deutschland gehört mit seine elitären Managern mit zu den größten korrupten Ländern in dieser Welt.


    Neue Klage Deutsche Bank soll Silberpreis manipuliert haben

    Deutschlands bedeutendste Bank steckt in zahlreichen Rechtsstreits. Nun kommt offenbar eine weitere Klage hinzu: Wegen angeblicher Manipulation des Silberpreises.
    27.07.2014


    http://www.faz.net/aktuell/wirtschaft/unternehmen/deutsche-b…
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    boersentrader02
    schrieb am 18.07.14 13:24:50
    Beitrag Nr. 632 (47.333.252)
    MCEWEN MINING INC

    2,154 Euro +0,078
    +3,76 %
    WKN: A1JS7T ISIN: US58039P1075 Ticker-Symbol: US8A http://www.finanznachrichten.de/nachrichten-2014-07/30878429-mcewen-mining-inc-meldet-produktionszahlen-028.htm


    McEwen Mining Inc. meldet Produktionszahlen

    McEwen Mining Inc. teilte gestern mit, dass das Unternehmen im zweiten Quartal dieses Jahres insgesamt 31.200 Unzen Goldäquivalent produzierte, bestehend aus 18.863 Unzen Gold und 740.276 Unzen Silber.

    Verglichen mit dem vorangegangen Quartal und dem Vorjahresquartal stellt dies zwar einen Rückgang um 3 resp. 8% dar, jedoch liegt McEwen Mining hiermit nach eigener Aussage noch immer im Rahmen seiner Produktionsvorgabe für 2014. Für das Gesamtjahr 2014 rechnet das Unternehmen mit einem Ausstoß von 135.000 bis 140.000 Goldäquivalent.

    Die Produktion bei der zu 49% eigenen San-José-Mine erreichte während der drei Monate von April bis Juni 10.750 Unzen Gold sowie 737.001 Unzen Silber bzw. umgerechnet 23.033 Unzen Goldäquivalent. Die übrigen 8.113 Unzen Gold und 3.275 Unzen Silber (8.167 Unzen Goldäquivalent) wurden aus der El-Gallo-1-Mine gefördert.

    © Redaktion GoldSeiten.de / Rohstoff-Welt.de / MinenPortal.de

    http://www.finanznachrichten.de/nachrichten-2014-07/30878429…
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    boersentrader02
    schrieb am 17.07.14 23:54:49
    Beitrag Nr. 631 (47.330.476)
    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 47.330.468 von boersentrader02 am 17.07.14 23:49:47Es gibt eine neue Präsentation von MUX.Hier ist der Link

    http://www.mcewenmining.com/Presentation/MUX-Presentation/de…




    Und die neien Ergebnosse des 2. Quart. 2014 aind da, hier ist dieser Link:

    http://www.finanznachrichten.de/nachrichten-2014-07/30868200…
    Nachrichten von Marketwired

    McEwen Mining Q2 2014 Production Results

    TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 07/17/14 -- McEwen Mining Inc. (NYSE: MUX)(TSX: MUX) is pleased to announce production results for Q2 2014. Production in Q2 was 31,200 gold eq. oz(1)(2) comprised of 18,863 gold oz and 740,276 silver oz, consistent with guidance. This is a decrease of 8% compared to Q2 2013 and 3% compared to Q1 2014. Full-year guidance remains unchanged at 135,000-140,000 gold eq. oz as production is expected to increase in Q4, due to 1) 50% more processing capacity at El Gallo 1; and 2) higher grades at San Jose. Production costs will be reported in August 2014 with Q2 financials.

    Company Wide Operating Results
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    boersentrader02
    schrieb am 17.07.14 23:49:47
    Beitrag Nr. 630 (47.330.468)
    McEwen Mining produces 31,200 oz AuEq in Q2

    2014-07-17 08:01 ET - News Release

    Mr. Rob McEwen reports

    MCEWEN MINING Q2 2014 PRODUCTION RESULTS

    McEwen Mining Inc. has released production results for second quarter 2014. Production in the second quarter was 31,200 gold equivalent ounces comprising 18,863 gold ounces and 740,276 silver ounces, consistent with guidance. This is a decrease of 8 per cent compared with second quarter 2013 and 3 per cent compared with first quarter 2014.

    Full-year guidance remains unchanged at 135,000 to 140,000 gold equivalent ounces as production is expected to increase in fourth quarter, due to 50 per cent more processing capacity at El Gallo 1 and higher grades at San Jose. Production costs will be reported in August, 2014, with second quarter financials.

    COMPANY-WIDE OPERATING RESULTS


    <den Rest dieser News findet ihr hier:

    http://www.stockwatch.com/News/Item.aspx?bid=Z-C:MUX-2194509…

    Diese News ist bedeutend besser aufbereitet als die von der Seite der Finanznachrichten.
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    boersentrader02
    schrieb am 17.07.14 11:46:46
    Beitrag Nr. 629 (47.325.388)
    Nach dem Ian Ball vor einigen Wochen die Flinte ins Korn geschmissen hat, hat Rob nun einen Ersatzmaann für ihn gefunden.

    Hoffen wir das er McEwen weiter so nach vorne treiben kann wie es ian Ball leider nicht so perfect geschafft hat.

    Die Zeit wird es an den Tag bringen. Ich drücke ihm bereits beide Daumen das er es schafft.





    McEwen Mining Announces Nathan Stubina, Ph.D, P.Eng as Managing Director
    07/15/2014
    Download this Press Release (PDF 1.26 MB)

    TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - July 15, 2014) - McEwen Mining Inc. (NYSE:MUX)(TSX:MUX) is pleased to announce the appointment of Nathan Stubina as Managing Director of McEwen Mining. Nathan was previously the corporation's Vice-President, Technology and will be taking over the responsibilities of Ian Ball , former President.

    "On behalf of the board of directors, I am pleased to see Nathan taking a greater leadership role at McEwen Mining. His technical expertise coupled with leadership experience in the sector will help us drive to the innovation forefront of the industry", said Rob McEwen , Chief Owner, Chairman and CEO.

    Nathan is a professional engineer with decades of global experience in the mining and metallurgical sectors. He has held senior technical roles with Barrick Gold, Falconbridge Limited and Noranda Inc. Nathan holds a Ph.D in Metallurgy and Materials Science from The University of Toronto and is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario. He is the current VP International of the CIM (Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum) and a Past-President of MetSoc (Metallurgy and Materials Society).
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    meichel
    schrieb am 10.07.14 11:01:30
    Beitrag Nr. 628 (47.288.640)
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    boersentrader02
    schrieb am 09.06.14 17:34:00
    Beitrag Nr. 627 (47.126.532)
    Diese Doku könnte für viele "Goldsucher" der heutigen Zeit sehr interessant sein. Auch die Erklärung wie sich Silber entwickelt hat wird hier kurz angesprochen.

    Zumindest war sie es für mich.



    Die Entstehung von Gold - Dokumentation über die Entstehung von Gold
    DoktorDoku Doktor
    Veröffentlicht am 02.11.2


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UE42yZDGNJ0
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    meichel
    schrieb am 05.06.14 18:15:05
    Beitrag Nr. 626 (47.111.360)
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    Antarius
    schrieb am 04.06.14 00:27:40
    Beitrag Nr. 625 (47.097.558)
    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 47.096.026 von meichel am 03.06.14 19:27:38:cool::D:cool:
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    meichel
    schrieb am 03.06.14 19:27:38
    Beitrag Nr. 624 (47.096.026)
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    Osito2011
    schrieb am 30.05.14 17:34:25
    Beitrag Nr. 623 (47.076.260)
    Die amis werden das Implodieren der Währungen rausschieben bis zum sankt Nimmerleinstag....für mich ist das abschmieren des Goldpreiss mit dem gesunden Menschenverstand nicht zu erklären.
    Die <verschuldungsproblematik der meisetn Staaten wird von tag zu tag größer ...und der Goldpreis fällt !!
    das versteh wer will !!
    mach dir keine Sorgen...mit meinen anderen Goldminen bin ich richtig fett im minus...
    bei denen mach ich es wie du !!
    Augen zu und durch !!
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    bennog
    schrieb am 28.05.14 09:17:43
    Beitrag Nr. 622 (47.058.938)
    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 47.054.116 von Osito2011 am 27.05.14 15:52:28kann ich schon nachvollziehen deine entscheidung....ich bleibe da jetzt dabei und stelle mich seelisch/psychisch auf neue tiefkurse ein die dann hoffentlich nicht gleich jetzt im sommer anstehen sondern erst im spätherbst (bin ich wieder flüssig für nachkäufe) . da würde ich dann verbilligen. bin nun auch mit allen 3 minen im minus.
    Ja, manipuliert wird ohne ende, aber irgenwann passiert etwas das dem den Garaus macht. Ist auch möglich a´la Walter Eichelburg dass der Goldpreis seitwärts/abwärts läuft und dann bei dem Implodieren der Währungen quasi übernacht von 1000 dollar als beispiel auf 5000 oder 100000 gesetzt wird!!! Da hilfts natürlich wenig wenn man die Minen hat!

    sorry dass ich dich befeuert habe dabei zu bleiben! wir sehen uns bestimmt in einem anderen thread irgendwann....gruß benno
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    Osito2011
    schrieb am 27.05.14 15:52:28
    Beitrag Nr. 621 (47.054.116)
    hab ( mit Verlust) geschmissen....dieser ganze Minen- Dreck.....der Goldpreis wird manipuliert ohne Ende...wie sollen die Minen da hochkommen...
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    Osito2011
    schrieb am 21.05.14 16:47:12
    Beitrag Nr. 620 (47.021.600)
    schon wider im minus.mit dem schuppen stimmt was nicht.
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    Botaniker
    schrieb am 21.05.14 14:20:35
    Beitrag Nr. 619 (47.020.560)
    Liegt es wirklich nur am Goldpreis?





    Einfaches Einfügen von wallstreet:online Charts: So funktionierts.
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    bennog
    schrieb am 21.05.14 11:41:57
    Beitrag Nr. 618 (47.019.568)
    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 47.019.210 von Osito2011 am 21.05.14 11:00:12"alte höchstände" ist jetzt natürlich relativ gesehen schwierig aber auch nicht mittelfristig notwendig.....ein hui von 700 oder auch 1000 wird kommen so sicher wie das Amen im Gebet ....nur halt die zeitebene ist nicht abschätzbar.....aber ein hui von 400-450 bei gold 1600-1800 in einem oder zwei jahren ist schon gut möglich..... da werden dann minen dabei sein die nur 60-70% machen oder sogar weniger, aber etliche minen auch verdrei und vervierfacher sind.....richtig teuer wäre die bewertung dann allerdings auch noch nicht (aller voraussicht nach-----wenn natürlich ölpreise explodieren oder die lohnkosten ausser kontrolle geraten würden??) ! Die Goverments könnten die steuern erhöhen usw...aber diese risiken tragen ja nicht nur die minen sondern auch andere industrien

    Die Bodenseeerdbeere (Minenproduzenten) ist billig wie selten...die schale für 1,20!!!! Sie könnte noch billiger werden oder nie mehr teuer sein doch wie wahrscheinlich ist dass? Würdest du am Wochenmarktstand stehen und eine probieren und die schmeckt auch würdest du kaufen weil die schale für ein 1,20 Value darstellt, weil die letzten jahre 3-5 euro bezahlt werden mussten!!!!!



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    Osito2011
    schrieb am 21.05.14 11:16:14
    Beitrag Nr. 617 (47.019.356)
    tja geduld ist nicht meine starke.
    glaube die Minen sind so out dass sie nie wider auch nur annähernd alte höchst stände erreichen
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    Osito2011
    schrieb am 21.05.14 11:00:12
    Beitrag Nr. 616 (47.019.210)
    tja geduld ist nicht meine starke.
    glaube die Minen sind so out dass sie nie wider auch nur annähernd alte höchst stände erreichen
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    bennog
    schrieb am 21.05.14 09:59:01
    Beitrag Nr. 615 (47.018.704)
    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 47.016.374 von Osito2011 am 20.05.14 19:48:30der kurs von mux kann sich auch sehr schnell nach oben entladen....wenn die minen anfangen zu steigen ist mux -glaube ich jedenfalls- dabei und das auch vorne mit dabei wie schon im märz auch gezeigt....lass dich jetzt nicht rausdrängen auch wenn es noch monate dauert bis es nach oben läuft

    "wer den weizen nicht hat wenn er fällt, der hat ihn auch nicht wenn er steigt"!

    wenn du aussteigst, solltest du dich ganz von den minen verabschieden und auch nicht mehr den kursen hinterherschauen.....jetzt verkaufen und kurz bevor eine ralley startet einsteigen klappt garantiert nicht! sehe es doch als chance an wenn du noch einmal billiger nachlegen kannst (eine andere mine? ).....im herbst habe ich wieder mehr money...sollten die kurse noch unten sein oder noch tiefer werde ich nicht zögern und sind diese im sommer nächstes jahr immer noch so billig werde ich nicht zögern und die stückzahlen nehmen zu und zu......die minen sind im schnitt value...und hier ein paar gute unternehmen jetzt for value (teilweise unter buchwert) zu picken kann kein fehler sein...ich bin mir sicher dass zahlt sich aus wenn man das sitzfleisch mitbringt... geduld geduld geduld

    vg
    benno
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    Osito2011
    schrieb am 20.05.14 19:48:30
    Beitrag Nr. 614 (47.016.374)
    ich erwarte, dass ich nach Wochenlangem tgl. " rot" auch mal wieder grün sehe. Zumal der goldpreis stabil ist.