Thursday, November 17, 2011

Important NIA Update - correction


We would first like to quickly correct a small typo in our last alert. The third sentence in the eighth paragraph should have read, "It is amazing how absolutely nobody in the mainstream media is accusing Corzine of doing anything wrong, when $600 million in funds is still missing weeks after MF Global filed for bankruptcy." We mistakenly used the word "excusing", when we meant to say "accusing".
A major development took place today related to two of NIA's stock suggestions, including our latest stock suggestion Mines Management Inc. (MGN).
NIA's previous stock suggestion Revett Minerals Inc. (RVM) today announced that it has received an affirmative decision from the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit relating to the Endangered Species Act (ESA) appeal filed by the Rock Creek Alliance and other environmental groups. The Court affirmed "the Fish and Wildlife Service's determination that the mine would entail "no adverse modification" to bull trout critical habitat and would result in "no jeopardy" to grizzly bears was not arbitrary, capricious, or in violation of the Endangered Species Act."
NIA first suggested RVM on March 22nd, 2010, at $1.9975 per share. In our initial report about RVM, we told you in regards to their Rock Creek project that "if the judge issues a negative decision, we could see a short-term sell off in the stock."
Just one week later on March 30th, 2010, RVM announced that "the Forest Service's decision to approve the Rock Creek Mine Project is vacated, and the 2003 Record of Decision and 2001 Final Environmental Impact Statement are set aside and remanded to the Forest Service for further action consistent with the Court's forthcoming opinion."
On March 30th, 2010 after this negative news, RVM dipped to a low of $1.50 per share, but we told you "the odds are in RVM's favor that the project will eventually proceed" and that RVM's temporary decline in share price was a "blessing in disguise for NIA members."
Today, after RVM's very positive court ruling, which makes it likely that their Rock Creek project will proceed like NIA predicted, RVM gained 26% to $5.35 per share. RVM reached a high today of $5.90 for a gain of 195% from NIA's suggestion price!
This news is also very significant for NIA's brand new stock suggestion Mines Management Inc. (MGN). In fact, MGN started to rally after RVM's announcement. MGN finished today up 11% to $2.13.
MGN's Montanore Project is located right next to RVM's Rock Creek project! If RVM is able to proceed with Rock Creek it makes it very likely that MGN will be able to proceed with their Montanore Project as well!
MGN's Montanore Project has a resource base of more than 230 million ounces of silver and nearly 2 billion pounds of copper! MGN, to the best of our knowledge, has the lowest valuation per ounce out of all publicly traded silver exploration companies in the world today!
MGN has $21.98 million in cash and no debt. With only 28.74 million shares outstanding, MGN's market cap at $2.13 is only $61.22 million. If you subtract MGN's cash from its market cap, MGN has an enterprise value of only $39.24 million.
With an enterprise value of only $39.24 million and a resource base of 230 million ounces of silver, that equals a valuation of only $0.17 per ounce! Silver is currently $34 per ounce, meaning that MGN's silver resource base is currently being valued at only 1/2 of 1% the price of silver! No other public silver company we are aware of has a silver resource valuation that is anywhere close to MGN's low valuation!
RVM gained from our suggestion price of $1.9975 to a high today of $5.90 for a gain of 195% and we believe MGN has the potential to make similar gains from our recent suggestion price of $1.92!
NIA's two most recent new stock suggestions before MGN were OPTT and MGP, and they made gains as high as 135% and 151% respectively from NIA's suggestion prices. NIA will not be releasing any new stock suggestions until MGN rises to substantially higher levels.
NIA's suggestion of MGN is completely unbiased. NIA does NOT own a stake in MGN. NIA is NOT being compensated in any way for its suggestion of MGN.
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