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Share Price: 38.35Bid: 38.00Ask: 38.70Change: -0.65 (-1.67%)Faller - Bushveld
Spread: 0.70Spread as %: 1.84%Open: 39.25High: 39.25Low: 37.50Yesterday’s Close: 39.00


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Indefatigable1
Posts: 7
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
RE: Re charts
Today 18:55
Serenus yes I invested last month at 48 pence hence why I’m concerned. I did a fair amount of research in particular I was attracted by the compelling story unfolding wrt rising Vanadium prices and the extremely high regard the CEO seemed to have when reading this board. Unfortunately both these pillars have been shaken in the past couple of weeks and I’m agonising whether to cut and run or see whether things turn around.
 
knuttie
Posts: 5,702
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:38.35
RE: Charts
Today 18:43
The only abomination is a troll called indefatigable1
RichKen
Posts: 437
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
RE: Re charts
Today 18:28
Gkb47 - it is good to have you on board here.
I remember I first discover BMN and started researching and then came across this share chat. It was back in March 2017. I read and read. Then went through all the RNS’s. Watched interviews and became really up to speed. In the mean time I was buying and loading up to over 2.5 million shares in the first 3 months and I have add many since. Now maybe most of the long term holders here have done the same as me and built up a substantial holdings.
As a company grows new people come on board and many want to improve there way of life and make gains by investing and taking long term views and seeing a healthy return. On AIM clearly this is not such a common pattern. But this is not a common investment. It is exceptional and we know it and we are always cautious of some who come to this board expecting the same as other boards, unresearched here say.
You will find there are over 100 regular posters here who hold around 40% of the companies shares. These are our savings and our future. It could be yours too with wisdom and careful research. There are some incredibly well researched investors on this board. We are not a clique, we are helping one another and protecting our investment.
I hope you see my points. We encourage others to join us and get on this incredible story. In the end every investment is your decision. You click buy and you click sell. I wish you and everyone else new in here the very best. It is great to find out new info and add what you find on the board. Many questions are answered the best any of us can.
I hope this helps and I am sure all the long term holders would back my thoughts here.
Cheers,
RK.
loudspeaker
Posts: 3,935
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
RE: Re charts
Today 18:23
FFS Capa why?
MenoMosso
Posts: 77
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
RE: Re charts
Today 18:23
Definition of Indefategable : ‘persisting tirelessly’.... yes, This could get tiresome ;)
Serenus
Posts: 224
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
RE: Re charts
Today 18:19
Indefatigable1 hasn't mentioned whether they are already a BMN investor or thinking of investing? If anyone is considering investment, the current price is a bargain considering our fundamentals and future growth prospects. I'd do more research than just viewing a one month graph and a legacy issue fine (paid early and relevant measures put in place).

Any potential new investors should DYOR, start with:-

https://www.bushveldminerals.com

https://www.thebushveldperspective.com
faramog
Posts: 3,090
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
RE: Re charts
Today 18:18
or @gkb47 ... don't post 8 word sound-bites of drivel showing absolutely no understanding at all ....
faramog
Posts: 3,090
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
RE: Comedian
Today 18:17
myopic twerp .. very funny ... very understated there Ophidiian
SickOfTheRatRace
Posts: 1,614
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:38.35
RE: Re charts
Today 18:14
Type "Indefatigable cycling" into Google - it speaks volumes.
SickOfTheRatRace
Posts: 1,614
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:38.35
RE: Re charts
Today 18:12
@gkb47 a bit harsh. A newly registered poster who chooses with their "first ever" post to attack the company is only ever going to be seen to have an ulterior motive and responded to negatively.
993444
Posts: 706
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
RE: Re charts
Today 18:11
Ahh, there it is, the sneaky shot across the bows about the fine...I will follow the advice of loudspeaker.

Life is so much simpler on boards with red boxes to skim over, especially this one when I struggle to keep up to start with
Icarus69
Posts: 147
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
RE: Re charts
Today 18:10
Filtered. Whilst I’m happy to hear alternative views and reasoned opinion, what’s the point of keeping a WUM on here? He’s picked the wrong board though, too many well researched knowledgeable and committed investors and he’s clearly not in the same league intellectually to cause anything more than a minor ripple.
loudspeaker
Posts: 3,935
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
RE: Re charts
Today 18:01
Just ignore the trolling POS
rl1616
Posts: 9
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
RE: BMN Profits Look Good!
Today 18:00
Thank you for summarising it RK. GLA!!
Indefatigable1
Posts: 7
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
RE: Re charts
Today 17:56
“I shall start selling tomorrow“ do you have a really long nose as well as being over weight?
Pdub
Posts: 7,471
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
RE: Re charts
Today 17:54
Indefatigable you seem to like questions so here is a simple one - what's your interest here?
Peterfal
Posts: 1,594
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
Re big boats and batteries
Today 17:52
My cac Mel Gibson dvd has now ended so I really want to come back to this.
1/ I think that we would all agree that the first and foremost applications for VRFB.s is the provision of suitable and sufficient electrical supply for countries that would benefit from an upturn from inadequate grid supply. We are looking primarily at Africa. The whole potential market is vast though. Look at the population of India for instance. Solar and wind generation to supply VRFB's can be argued for in the majority of countries in the world, ie if they are not hot and sunny, they are windy, so the majority can benefit one way or another.
However, I still see (just guesswork) that the number of units sold would be within the one hundred thousands rather than millions. Now take for example the number of trains travelling daily on a global basis. It is literally millions. Similarly, cargo shipping in all scales from river cargo barges through to commercial multi thousand ton sea crossing vessels could also benefit from this. People have argued that VRFB,s are too environmentally dangerous in transport but I think that argument is implausible when you consider what we are already transporting, eg acids, alkalies, fuels and a huge range of dangerous substances including radio active waste.
A box car sized VRFB on a train could assist over a non electrified section of line at a fraction of the cost of electrification. Large ships have the the space for large battery storage and the deck space for (small) further generation of power via wind/sun etc.
The entire global focus now (with the exception of the ginger guy) is reducing CO2. I personally think that the necessary ship/train technology will evolve through necessity and global demand and could make this company as much money as the general off grid supply model.
Just my view
fatbanker
Posts: 2,070
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
RE: Re charts
Today 17:52
oh thanks inflatable, I shall start selling tomorrow
fatbanker
Posts: 2,070
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:38.35
4th qtr vs full annual
Today 17:46
IMO the q4 will give us confirmation of what we believe we know already in terms of productivity and profit, but I believe the wider market and investment community wont catch on until the full annual is produced as this will allow the II investment teams, the financial press and brokers to hang their hats on firm figures, the full narrative and the P/E ratio and forward guidance and then if the penny doesn't drop, then dividend per share and dividend cover should seal it.

I am not buying too many more now, and am simply dug in and waiting. gla
Indefatigable1
Posts: 7
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
RE: Re charts
Today 17:45
Perhaps last week’s RNS has called into question the integrity of the management team which needs to be whiter-than-white given the geopolitical backdrop
Endion
Posts: 2,092
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
RE: Re charts
Today 17:36
Simply stating that the chart is an "abomination" as you put it, is not providing any useful insight or opinion. If you have something further to add to actually have a reasoned debate then please offer it. Otherwise your first contribution here has been quite lacking.
Daisan
Posts: 5,473
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
RE: Re charts
Today 17:33
As an alternative, reasoned argument is usually well received by most.
RichKen
Posts: 437
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
RE: BMN Profits Look Good!
Today 17:33
Great post Daisan! I with you 100%. I think it should tie in well. Just remember the Chinese New Year does effect there buying and expect after then the price to show significant upside.
Demand in the US should continue to rise however and as more than 50% of our inventorygoes there our focus should be swayed towards there prices.
Cheers
RK.
Indefatigable1
Posts: 7
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.35
RE: Re charts
Today 17:32
Thanks GKB I’ll bear that in mind !
gkb47
Posts: 356
Opinion:Buy
Price:38.35
RE: Re charts
Today 17:29
Indefatigable1 - it can be a bit clique on here so her'e a tip. You first need to post about 20 posts saying how wonderful Bushveld is to in get under the radar. Then the Bushveld politburo may consider whether you should be allowed to post alternative opinions.




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