Quote from: edthelorax on March 31, 2017, 08:36:39 AMhttps://finance.yahoo.com/news/americas-silver-corporation-reports-fourth-204400599.htmlThe report is pretty good, with a key statement being, "A net loss of ($5.2) million was recorded for the year ended 2016, compared with a net loss of ($19.4) million for the year ended 2016. The decrease in net loss is primarily attributable to increased lead by-product sales, higher realized silver and base metal prices, and lower cost of sales, among other cost reductions, partially offset by higher interest and financing expense." Losses are shrinking to the point they might show a profit soon. Seems product pricing was a major factor, so leverage to silver and lead prices are key drivers for wild success at this company.Later in the statement they project San Rafeal to be in commercial production by third quarter, potential to increase commercial at esisting operations due to product price increases, and serious reduction in costs as they get into 2018. This sounds good for a long term hold, but the company is small and any set back is met with considerable price reduction (buying opportunity?). I am going to hold my position and not add any more. Several other potential "home run" companies I am looing at are DBEXF, ISVLF, BALMF, AXU, and FFMGF. All are small companies with huge potential land packages in good neighborhoods with some confirming exploration history, some have production or the mines have produced in the past, and some have even enough to finance a development. FFMGF is a bit different in that they are operating more like a resource bank spinning off acreage and retaining an interest.