We are definitely on the same page.
I talked to Lex Smith about the NI 43-101 in December and he had no clew. I'm sure the engineer who did the Strand Nine analysis confirmed my comments. There are other SEC resource definition reporting requirements for US registered companies that are no where to be found in the company literature.
Believe me the new guys on the team know all this stuff and I am sure their attitude is the same as mine. OK, it's broke and we will fix it when we need to. No big deal. And that is true if they are other wise straight. No reason to think they are not.
In fact, there is every reason to think these guys are going to create a grand slam home run. They are acquisition and finance guys and know the ropes. I think the next news could well be about the next acquisition.
Here we have a real company with real assets who are real seasoned mining veterans who have already proven their worth and we can't seem to move the dial. Ah, maybe that's because there is no promotion of any kind.
Recently a new Gold mining company came on the scene. Started at sub penny's and last week hit $1.50. Pump and Dump called it a pure scam and still does. It is falling out of the sky as we speak. A lot of people will lose a lot of money if they don't get out soon. Nevertheless, what a ride. Oh, did I tell you that they found gold but have not defined the size of the resource. And most of the findings are not economic with a few vane tracings showing high grade ore. The size of the resource is a guess in the report as far as I can see.
It is true that sometimes a scammer can back into a winning mine but very seldom. It's easier for them to dilute and run.
Well, I'm running around trying to scrape of the bucks to buy more of this and a few others before the lid blows off.
Good Luck and Good Fortune!