Tis rigor and not law

The top three most visited IKN posts this week are…

…in reverse order:
Third Place: “Dynacor Gold (DNG.to) and its Veta Dorada problem. So far, most (not all) of you up there only have my word on this, from a post with no links or local reports to back it up. So when you phone DNG head office about its contents and get their sophistry reply, well obviously you don’t act immediately. And that’s fair enough, I wouldn’t base an investment decision on a blog post either and I’d do a lot more DD before making a decision. But I do indeed suggest you do that DD. And fast. And you’ll need to speak Spanish to do so.

Second Place: “Tinka Resources (TK.v): It takes a very decent NR…. Three facts: 1) In a week when mining stocks dropped by an average of over 12%, TK.v managed to put in a week-over-week gain of 15.8%. 2) I own some of these and have done for a while, with the position currently in the green. 3) I’m not selling into this new interest, no way José
First Place: Amarillo Slim: “Look around the table. If you don’t see a sucker, get up, because you’re the sucker”. Not only the most popular single post of the week, but it also generated some very cool and interesting e-mail exchanges. Tony Makuch overrates his business acumen? Really? You shock me, folks…

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