"The company has already been a huge winner for us because we got in at less than $3/share. Primero has the capital to continue to grow the San Dimas asset, but it also made an acquisition last year and is hoping to put that asset into production in 2015. This is a company that's very strong financially. It's strong on the charts. It's not falling apart during this downturn. It has the financial strength to grow its production."