Keith Neumeyer: A Generational Re-Rating Of Silver?

Dominic Frisby talks silver to a very bullish Keith Neumeyer, President and CEO of First Majestic Silver (FR.TO; AG.NYSE) , the best-performing silver producer of 2010.

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  • Jon

    Great interview Dominic, hope you are keeping well. If you interview Keith again can you ask him what the deal with Sonora Resources and his previous mine builder/manager heading up the company all about. He’s up to something, lol.

    Apr 21, 2011 at 12:55 pm
  • Peter Sotos

    Great interview. I have been following First Majestic for a number of years, and agree it is one of the best silver companies out there along with Hecla. I have heard Keith speak at the Silver Summit, and he is always interesting and able to communicate a wealth of information about his company. He is always thinking of his stockholders, which is uncommon in today’s world of “me first”.

    Apr 22, 2011 at 12:22 pm
  • Jon

    Peter, that’s because he has so much FR stock himself :-)

    Apr 22, 2011 at 3:55 pm
  • D Bizzle

    Great interview! I made a killing on FR.TO from the bottom in November 2008, great company and thanks for all the gains!

    Apr 23, 2011 at 7:00 am
  • moonshot5

    Keith Neumeyer not only knows how to build a business, but also has a very good grasp of these markets.

    Great interview.

    May 6, 2011 at 12:11 pm
  • Huicholi

    This particular corporation is mining SILVER for the purpose of silver bars, which is not being mined for practical use, but for capital gain in the race for MONEY. As the illusion of fractional reserve banking system becomes apparent, (the loom of the ponzi scheme collapsing) these people are looking for some kind false security in silver. They are not mining responsibly either, using very dangerous chemicals.

    I am not against mining,but I am against mining Sacred Lands sites, while also against irresponsible open pit mining. I am also FOR Indigenous Rights, which preclude the interest of greedy corporations. The Indigenous people never said ‘we own this land’ that is a Settler mentality. The Indigenous people are guardians of the land, there to protect it. I don’t understand how the shareholders I saw today (at the AGM in vancouver) feel entitled to to pillage this sacred land when the Wixaritari people have been guardians of the land for over 6000 years.

    It saddened me deeply today to see those hollow faces walking in to the shareholder meeting, deaf to the voices of a people determined to save their way of life. There is a terrible injustice when the rich can just destroy the planet and have the police there to protect them.

    I have struggled in the last while to not be angry with these people, as they people are sick, and need prayers. Most of them looked like ghosts, with no soul in their eyes.. I felt so sad to see this sickness of greed… We spent this week in ceremony to pray that the voices be heard, to open up that path of love to spread understanding. The ceremonies will continue through this evening, with people praying all into the night until tomorrow. Please spend some time of your own to pray for our dear Mother Earth, and for the Keepers of the Land who we are forever grateful for their hard work, and sacrifice.

    Create Solidarity & Alliances my friends as we all have a a response-ability to protect this ultimate Temple, our home planet.

    May 22, 2011 at 6:27 am