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|I make it over 6 million shares now so if it is one buyer we should be getting an RNS. The Martin Ooi RNS has been within hours.
Whoever it is it is an investment of over half a million quid, which is not to be sniffed at.|
when the punters wake up to the cost of this loan they could well have nightmares.
These guys are not cheap to deal with. then why should they be as possible lenders in the last ditch.
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sorry mr exchange act not trying to talk this dawg share down merely being informative as I am a shareholder albeit at the mo a small one.|
|I wonder if those responsible for the administration of the Securities Act of 1934 WOULD BE LOOKING INTO HOW GDP MISLEAD THE MARKET AND CAUSED THE PRICE TO CRASH THEREBY ALLOWING THE FORMER NON EX CHEAP TO PICK UP CHEAP STOCK.
OR the fact that a South African FD held/holDs a major share holding in GDP which under SA LAW is illegal.
Man it would be really good to clear the air on this Dawgie may even get it suspended|
|danielmiller1, you have been saying since the stock was at 1.75 that it is going to go lower, and have ever since. But in the last few days you have reported that you have made a nice profit. You are either lying or something more serious. Examples of market manipulation include "online message board posters (a.k.a. "Bashers") who make up false and/or misleading information about the target company in an attempt to get shares for a cheaper price." Not yet knowing which country you live it, but if you are in US then market manipulation is prohibited under Section9(a)(2) of the Securities Act of 1934, and can be subject to 7 years in prison. Can I suggest that you either seek legal advice, or admit you were lying about making a profit and seek legal advice.|
|The weighted average cost of capital at goldplat has, according to VSA been reduced from 8% to 7.6% as the modest level of debt enhances the capital structure.
The interest rate on the loan are known as well, so there aren't any surprises regarding this financing facility.|
|Miller, someone has left a message for you on the other board - please read it.|
|i SUPPOSE ITS MORE LIES THAT GDP cant hold its gains as I keep telling you lololololololo
you need to leanr to play the game oh great Stupid One.
wait 'til the costs of this loan are made clear to one and all.
The fact that GDP has been forced to go for such terribly expensive money will sink in in due course. People then will begin to understand the true state of this dawgie....then of course we have the rand issue. oh dear oh dear oh deary me|
|danielmiller1, you have been saying since the stock was at 1.75 that it is going to go lower, and have ever since. But in the last few days you have reported that you have made a nice profit. You are either lying or something more serious. Examples of market manipulation include "online message board posters (a.k.a. "Bashers") who make up false and/or misleading information about the target company in an attempt to get shares for a cheaper price."
Not yet knowing which country you live it, but if you are in US then market manipulation is prohibited under Section9(a)(2) of the Securities Act of 1934, and can be subject to 7 years in prison.
Can I suggest that you either seek legal advice, or admit you were lying about making a profit and seek legal advice.|
|I make it another 850k today so far so we should be getting an RNS, unless it is more than one buyer of course.
He/they are clearing an overhang if nothing else.|
|I noticed that there is strength on the buy side again today.|
|The buyer does not get tired here!|
|More lies miller, more lies.|
|lololololololo you mean secretively buying dont you lolololololololololo
far from crying I got a grip and made a nice little bundle again lolololololo|
|Everything is doom and gloom with you miller.
The stock has been climbing on the back of strengthening fundamentals, the work done is bearing fruit and the growth plans are taking shape, yet you still decry the whole business.
You were whining and crying when the stock was 1.75p and here it is, over 360% higher, at 8.25p and you are still claiming that it isn't going anywhere.
That's a bit like sitting in car that is travelling along a road and you shouting that we haven't moved since you got in it. Get a grip miller|
|who care if you believe me or not certainly not I
THIS LOAN IS TOO EXPENSIVE AND WHEN THATS REALISED THE share price will dive. Thne of course they may need the cash to pay off Rand
lolololololol just watch|
|One other who had a significant amount was brian moritz.
When he left sula iron and gold, not long after the share price spiked and then there was an rns which said he no longer had a notifiable interest.
Perhaps Brian is selling into this strength. He did hold 2.5%|
|It looks as though the buyer got another 600k or so today. It also looks as though there is a largish seller in the market, in GDP terms anyway.
I am not sure Nick Gomersall managed to sell all his, though as he was below 3% we won't find out.
If they keep buying we will find out who it is at some stage.|
|Your welcome, not that I was referring to you anyway, however the offer still stands, so pm me.DD|
|Never really understood your gripe DD but there we are. Life goes on.|
|Thanks for the congrats.|
|So my post still stands.|
|Actually it wasn't DD, but if the cap fits..|