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|What's on track for Q3 PMSL try define that LOLsss
Series production will not happen until 2018 LOLsss|
|If you're looking for a delay it's already happened. Wasn't we supposed to be producing by the end of last year?
AB recently said everything is on track for Q3. The only thing that could cause a delay is ZEMA, but that's only speculation.|
|People flooding in to buy this dog I see, even at these 0.7p old money levels.
No processing this calander year except testing perhaps LOLsss|
|Which year.....dream on 2019 LOLsss|
|It's annoying sometimes when you see companies with large market caps, and they don't even have any revenue.
By the end of this year we will have revenue, and big profit margins compared to standard mining companies. That's when the big move in the share price will happen.|
|BWR Bushveld added another £2.5 m this morning. It's quite staggering that we are where we are. Either we have been missed, people are steering a wide birth, keeping their powder dry or are simply non believers. It's amazing that we were hanging around in the 40p to 60p's with promises and assets which were at lows compared to today's commodity price levels.|
|BWR, it's all interesting commentary and gives an insight as to views held out there and disruptive tech. Agreed with Bushveld and an awful lot of capital to be raised in what are still speculative and volatile markets. Not sure about Nuclear but take his point on the accelerated drive into wind and solar. All the latest nuclear projects have been beset with cost overruns and delays.|
|Hi Fireball! IMO, take care with Bushveld (BMN) - I'm sure the stock is spiking right now. Also, they have a lot of potential problems which everybody seems to be ignoring, not least the ever increasing difficulties of being any kind of miner in South Africa. You'll also notice that we (BMR) possibly have more vanadium than Bushveld, and at equivalent/better grades, and that we don't even need to dig it out of the ground. So, yes, yet again we come back to the point that our mcap is way too low on fundamentals.
Not sure about the death of uranium, either - the article doesn't seem to consider the huge number of reactors being built in China, and India, and so on. Westinghouse's troubles are trivial in that context.|
|Bushveld MC now £50 million|
|Death of Uranium and Renaissance of Vanadium (in Energy Storage)
|It's up....just, but enough about my troubles balls LOLsss|
|Up she goes LOLs|
|What's the opposite to timber? I reckon I'll be shouting it soon as the share price rockets up lol.|
|Timber lol's must have been something you said QS lol's|
|Starting to creep up, lots of buys over the last few trading sessions.|
|Stav - Bill and Ben and a little weed.|
|Zema and BMR's objectives are aligned.
Its a given that the long-term hardcore PI investors here are not going anywhere at this derisory share price level. 5P-10P, so what. personally, anything less than 50P is not exciting
Its all water off a ducks back until we actually start PRODUCING.
Let low operational costs, metal extraction / conversion rates and yields per processed ton of material do the talking. Seeing is believing, after innumerable false starts the market requires hard substantiated facts!
V is for.....|
|Full ask buys coming in now :-)|
|That ticking is the sound of time running out before the share price lifts off. I'd give it till early next week lol.|