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|gg123: With the share restructure has 1 FGML share now become 1 BGY share?|
|corrientes: I don't know but suspect that the DES cap today is not much different to what it was in 1998 before the price collapsed on the back of oil indications only. ie unless there is a huge find the share price will drop like a stone. Too much of a gamble for me this time round. Rate the North Basin, where the big boys drilled, because of its more hospitable environment over the FOGL areas. I was very lucky 10 years ago with GRWA,WTE and DES !|
|strategist: Yep and its done wonders for the share price lol.
One sale of £2ks worth and the price crumbles.
Obviously, heavy retail and institutional support,
I doubt whether this will be anywhere near worth
31 million when it floats as BPC. Fair value, at the
moment given all the variables - £10-15 million max
|corrientes: No use saying this at the nadir when things were already bad, and what did you expect anyway. The time to criticise was at the zenith.I suspect it's not all doom and gloom however with a change of direction The share price has actually managed to go up a tad today in this scared and fearful market that seems to be indicating armageddon directly ahead.
Mind you I can see armageddon for this country if there isn't a cataclysmic change in the way it conducts itself. Still all these gold metals - that'll convince the peons that we're the greatest - the peons being New Labour.|
|shareaware: Presumably if they find gold, initially the share price will go silly high, even just on speculation, before anyone has had a chance to assess even if this is commercially viable to mine etc?
So buy now when cheap, sell later when initial speculation drives price high (8p to 80p in 3 days?) then wait a month or two to find out poor loading of gms per ton, price drops again, then perhaps buy in again but keeping the 50% profits from the original 10x gain perhaps?
Or just sell and stay out if you have lost faith in this project overall.
What say you?
|caiman27: I would think that the RAB option is more likely. If there had been a discovery, even an undefined one, the company would have been obliged to say something after the share price rise - the AIM regulators would have required it as presumably someone would then have been trading on the basis of better information than was generally available.|
|currypasty: "But the state of Falkland Gold's share price suggests that not everyone is comfortable with this approach, or else have lost their faith in the prospectivity of the Falkland Islands."
and losing more faith, by the day !
|bigdunc: From the Minesite
"News flow from Falklands Gold has been infrequent and generally short on data, although Linnell justifies this by saying that results so far have been anomalous, in line with expectations, but not much else. He is keen that investors do not infer anything, good or bad, from batches of results like this, and would rather wait until real conclusions can be drawn. But the state of Falkland Gold's share price suggests that not everyone is comfortable with this approach, or else have lost their faith in the prospectivity of the Falkland Islands. Maybe Philip Richards of RAB knows something that has so far eluded everyone else."|
|bitterlemontart: Agree....ooh and another 50K BUY lifts the share price yet again !|
|whoppy: I feel Richard Linnell and others on the board, should show their confidence in FGML by purchasing some shares... He admits that the weakness in the share price is a worry, but puts the blame on a few small investors...Hmmm
150,000 sell yet the shares are still up....could it have been a buy?|
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