ShareJock: Glad to know there's at least something that we can agree upon (that the BP disaster shouldn't happen - and yet it happened). On the second point - why do you think mining uranium in Kosice should be necessary for Slovakia? As I wrote here several times before, neither raw uranium nor uranium yellowcake U3O8 can be directly used as nuclear fuel, Slovakia is unable to process it into nuclear fuel and Slovak (Soviet-type) nuclear reactors are compatible only with Russian type of fuel. So if you meant the current Russia-Ukraine crisis/sanctions/etc. and possible negative impacts on energy supplies for Slovakia, then mining uranium in Kosice would solve absolutely nothing (on the contrary, it would only create serious problems and risks for future). Turning off both Mochovce and Jaslovske Bohunice nuclear plants (once running out of the fuel, which is already available in Slovakia and is sufficient for about a year of normal operation of the plants), importing electricity from abroad, substantial energy savings and speeding up of the alternatives (hydroelectricity and geothermal energy) would have to be inevitable consequences and solutions to the situation - not uranium mining. (Btw. Uranium mining doesn't produce electrical energy but consumes it! We wouldn't have enough electricity for operation of the uranium mine in Kosice even if some silly fool did want to open it).
(Very off-topic but) as somebody mentioned Crosby, Stills & Nash here, I can add that Bob Dylan had a concert in Kosice only about a month ago: www.bobdylan.com/us/tour/2014-06-27-steel-ar-na - I was there and I can say it was worth it :-)
I would be happy to see a regular small increase of 0.05 every two or three days, rather than a sudden big rise and then crash straight back down. Steady away. I do not understand the sellers of FTE the past weeks. Look forward to good news soon.
Long: weather here is vg! Forecast is same for next few days.... Should be news re 30th egm and who knows.. That said, I've toasted Mssrs Crosby and Stills (and Naive and Young)... Our experiences were similar...against the idiom of the early bird catches the worm. Hopefully, thing's are about to change but same old fte...look out for good news, await the price drop then buy in if you feel you have the nuts / are nuts :-)
Hi Sharejock. Afraid my losses were quite appalling so naïve . I'm at the point where I will never hold an aim share for longer than it takes for the weather to turn. but I do look in now and again and good to read your and grahams posts. gl here (and raise a glass to Stephen stills! (and david Crosby!!)
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