|Thu 16:01||daddy warbucks||During the past month the Company also reached an in principle agreement on the definitive terms and conditions for a joint development partnership in the RCPP. The Company however decided to defer signing of the joint development agreement until completion of Stage 1 of the DMFS. Upon completion of Stage 1 of the DMFS, which will amongst others assess most of the key commercial assumptions in... read more...|
|Fri 16:11||market master||Now is good time to buy KIBO, sit back and watch shorters get fried. Tick tock tick tock.................. read more...|
|Thu 09:24||vivgav||Talk is cheap (see RNS of 11th Sept 2013)
It's high time he delivered.
He has delivered SEVERAL placings in 2.5 years and a share price drop from circa 40p to 2p
He owes shareholders BIG STYLE to reverse this......DELIVER the goods! read more...|
|yesterday 21:05||observer007||How can this have a market cap of only £4m with them about to sign a JV on a project which will generate 100's of millions of ££££ each year?
|yesterday 17:40||topinfo||BEWARE-Hate Trader is busy bashing this weekend on numerous stocks. He is using various names. Stigologist, 21trader, damp squid and others. They will talk to each-other agreeing with one another but its just the same person logging in with different usernames. Why do you think on any thread where they are bashing that the same names suddenly appear within seconds/minutes of the other one... read more...|
|yesterday 13:11||tadtech||There is a coal/power mining study that I have in my possession (from nearby Botswana) that has recently concluded. This study shows one of the lowest operating costs in the world. Tanzania has similar operational costs of course.
It concludes that ROM/tonne of $11 (cost per tonne) It states that on 1.5m tonnes production per annum would generate $167m in revenue and yield (after costs... read more...|
|Fri 16:14||flashheart||Just slipped in for another 50k. read more...|
|Fri 15:40||tadtech||To be short so many shares in such an illiquid stock is bordering on madness, but then greed is a dangerous thing. Clearly the system of selling short shares they do not own has worked up-to now but it had to fail at some point.
Market rumours suggests that the last placing was heavily oversubscribed, not because investors were rushing to buy into a junior mining company, but to close out... read more...|
|Fri 15:36||petersmith3||The sp re-rate will come sooner than many think. Next week is goodbye shorters :-) read more...|
|Fri 13:53||tadtech||The 200k trade you refer to was timed at 11.39, a delayed buy, the offer at the time was 1.80p v the trade being at 1.76p
The market makers are most likely short also, they fear volume so will not put through larger trades on-time, in fact they have been placing larger trades on ISDX to hide them recently.
Smoke and mirrors, but don't worry (that is left for the open 10m-25m short position... read more...|