Well, now that we have the strike, the acquisition, and the name change under our belts, we can stop and see what we've got here.
Market cap of $1.8B. 2011 production guidance from their 3 Mexico mines of around 290,000 ounces of gold equivalent, nearly 40% of which is silver. Terrific expansion potential at the existing mines, plus a very good looking exploration and development pipeline. All of this is in Mexico.
The company has been around for a while, and all the management seems to have some connection to Barrick. I'm sure there's a story there somewhere.
This one looks good to me from every angle. I still don't get this goofy new name though.