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GM, I would imagine it's not that

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DeeDog   Tuesday, 05/15/12 11:22:24 AM
Re: Silvergoldenapple post# 13442
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GM, I would imagine it's not that easy to find a good CEO, with emphasis on "GOOD". They have to contend with the geographical location (I assume it's somewhat remote) and they need someone who is now available and who has a great track record in mining operations, but especially with experience in cost control and with marketing ideas...not to mention what they're willing to pay in salary/benefits to find such a leader.

I hope they will find some way to attract more investors over other mines, like offering dividends in physical silver. That would probably turn LOTS of eyes our way.


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