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Keith Neumeyer – The Ultimate Contrarian: Putting His Money Where His Mouth Is

from Financial Survival Network:

First Mining Finance’s Keith Neumeyer has been on the show a number of times and is an FSN partner. Unlike many stayed CEO’s Keith loves the action and excitement of building a successful company. And he always looks out for his shareholders in the process. It’s share and share alike, no special stock discount deals for management. Keith is certain that it’s just a matter of time until precious metals markets turnaround and when they do, it will be extreme. In light of the world economic crisis taking place once again, it could be unwise to bet against Keith. Oh, and he’s out there aggressively buying First Mining shares on the dips.


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1 comment to Keith Neumeyer – The Ultimate Contrarian: Putting His Money Where His Mouth Is

  • The Associated Press, July 11, 1990, mentioned in “Don’t Wear a Noose, Keep It Loose”—
    “Snappy dressers beware; a tight necktie might cause blurred vision. Ties with no slack can constrict blood flow to the brain and sensory organs.”

    So NICE to see an important, result getting, over-achieving business man like Neumeyer asserting he can still be important—without wearing a necktie. I’ve seen Eric Sprott also acting more comfortable and discarding this social hangman’s noose. In fact, it’s the same type of symbol as the Washington and San Jacinto Monuments, a bit Masonic.

    I own some First Majestic shares due to Silvercrest merger. I retained due to confidence in Neumeyer.

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