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Share Price: 2.395Bid: 2.39Ask: 2.40Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Greatland
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 0.42%Open: 2.295High: 2.475Low: 2.365Yesterday’s Close: 2.395


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Soundman1
Posts: 397
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
Monday
Sun 23:25
Good look all for tomorrow and that rns about to drop this week so gla
 
Crazyfund
Posts: 101
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
RE: Do I have the lowest average
Sun 22:52
I have more then one mortgage already lol.
Enlighten me. What’s your holding? Or is it embarrassing
Crazyfund
Posts: 101
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
RE: Do I have the lowest average
Sun 22:51
When I posted my average I thought others would state there’s. Obviously it’s bought out the jealous people. Have you had a hard life so you have to hide behind a computer screen and say nasty things. Your lower then a gutter snipe.
readthecandles
Posts: 1,066
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
RE: Do I have the lowest average
Sun 22:24
Love your average but as I said with 50k shares it’s hardly going to make you a millionaire

Hold on to £1 and you’ll be able to afford your first mortgage
Crazyfund
Posts: 101
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
RE: Do I have the lowest average
Sun 22:10
Lol what made you think I only have 50000 shares? Don’t you like my average.
readthecandles
Posts: 1,066
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
RE: Do I have the lowest average
Sun 22:05
Yeah but holding 50k shares won’t get you very far cherub
Crazyfund
Posts: 101
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
Do I have the lowest average
Sun 21:56
0.1779 who’s the daddy
Plappers
Posts: 453
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
RE: Sir Lord Beetham
Sun 21:39
Could be a few clues here...

https://youtu.be/x1ClJaNCug0
Kenco222
Posts: 626
Opinion:Hold
Price:2.395
RE: Sir Lord Beetham
Sun 20:55
Mattyboy,

I have felt your pain also, I have had a horrible 18months, I too was also in NUOG, sold out at a 10% loss and bought in to 3 other shares, EUZ, BZT & OPHR. Bad decision, only OPHR May brighten that choice, but not by enough.

Currently in 2 suspended shares amounting to 50% of my PF, squeaky bum time indeed.

Currently GGP is my shining light after buying in before the Newmont disaster and averaging down soon afterwards at an av of 1.16, not sold any yet, just over 500k shares. Will probably sell half at ASSAY results and keep the rest longer term.

AIM is certainly a minefield and I am learning the HARD (expensive) way!
howabouthat
Posts: 650
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
RE: Sir Lord Beetham
Sun 20:52
But he's an excellent driver
readthecandles
Posts: 1,066
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
RE: Sir Lord Beetham
Sun 20:49
with himself
howabouthat
Posts: 650
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
RE: Sir Lord Beetham
Sun 20:46
Shhh. He's out to dinner apparently
TomE
Posts: 11,890
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
RE: Sir Lord Beetham
Sun 20:38
Matty Hi,

That is so real to me and to many, and now we are back on form, great, bobbing and weaving for sure. A few months ago I seen my pot fall away with House builders, VOD, and ITV. Got rid of both at a loss to buy here and Soooooo pleased I did.

The loss with the others has been made up here I am very pleased to say and I really hope my luck continues.

I have only one person to thank and its a TW member that pointed out that GGP could be worth a look, and here we go.

I personally think tomorrow morning will be GREAT, so here is to all those that took the gamble and were true members, only a few hours to go.

Lift Off, he he! :-)))))))))))))))))))) 10, 9,----------------------------
readthecandles
Posts: 1,066
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
Tom
Sun 20:38
The Tool E

What a complete muppet

And it’s not even flaming Christmas
readthecandles
Posts: 1,066
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
RE: Sir Lord Beetham
Sun 20:28
Tom you forgot the posts where I said I wanted to increase my holding

But I bottled it... selling and buying back in to increase your holding isn’t the same as selling up and offskee. I was very open about all of this, it’s a shame you missed all of that out of your pathetic rant

I am flabbergasted over the fact you just trawled through all of that post history to get all of that, and on top of that, the time of every single one of those posts you supposedly had me on filter.

So not only are you sad enough to remember all of my posting, you actually trawled through it and have all this time lied about filtering me

What a complete and utter muppet of the highest degree, standing ovation for LSE’s piteous plonker of the year And i am 100% certain you will retain this title until the end of 2019.
share_talk
Posts: 4,760
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
Weekly Stock Market News
Sun 20:25
@Share_Talk Weekly Stock Market News, 20th Jan 2019

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Link https://www.share-talk.com/share-talk-weekly-stock-market-news-20th-january-2019/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=SocialWarfare

https://twitter.com/Share_Talk/status/1087079313441280012
MattyBoy1965
Posts: 657
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
RE: Sir Lord Beetham
Sun 20:25
Hi TomE,

I too sold out of several other shares (many at a considerable loss) to "pile in" here just before the NM decision this time last year.

Post that fateful day the value of my HL Stocks & Shares ISA was decimated, however I could not afford to lock-in such a huge loss (combined with all of the losses already incurred on my other horrendously performing shares) and so held tight (the logic being that even if I cashed in what little value remained, it would make very little difference to my life, so decided to hold).

What a difference a year makes!?

Have currently now recouped ALL of the losses I had incurred on my other 8 holdings (e.g. African Potash, NUOG, and URU anyone!? :-( ), and all on the back of this share alone.

I am now at "break-even" (with my ISA currently worth no more than I had originally put into it over the last few years) so with everything going forward now being "genuine profit" I'm currently feeling pretty relieved.

So glad I sat tight, and will continue to do so for some time to come (despite any SP ups and downs), as by no means a "wealthy man" I am now just hoping that this will eventually come good enough to allow the proceeds to be invested into something a bit "safer".

Something which will hopefully provide a modest (say 3-4%) regular return, and with it hopefully a sufficient enough income to remove the worry of ever having to find another job at the age that I will be once my father is no longer around to require me to care for him.

Whilst I appreciate that nothing is guaranteed, I cannot honestly see anything else that has the same risk/reward potential, as well as the potential to secure my family's future (albeit modestly) and it is for this reason I intend to remain invested for the foreseeable future.

VGLALTHs and I for one am certainly looking forward to the events of this week!

Exciting times!!!

MB :-)
TomE
Posts: 11,890
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
Good news due
Sun 20:13
Hope you are up nice and early tomorrow, hopefully some great news due, off out for a nice dinner !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Have a good night all and GL.:-)
Womo
Posts: 3,326
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
RE: Womo
Sun 20:08
TomE
Posts: 11,890
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
RE: ...
Sun 20:08
Go to bed Idiot, and dont forget your dummy. ANd before filter LOL, LOL.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qS7nqwGt4-I
howabouthat
Posts: 650
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
RE: ...
Sun 20:04
Try your 19th & 20th posts TomE. This is what the 7th time you have filtered me (But not) . Full of BS. How do you expect to have any credibility when your the only person I know who can lower his average on a rising SP.

Now pop along TomE and press that filter button at last.
TomE
Posts: 11,890
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
Womo
Sun 20:03
Womo Hi,

Where did you dig this one up !!!!!! Brill mate.
Womo
Posts: 3,326
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.395
Not sure how I missed this
Sun 20:00
"Havieron is a conspicuous 'bulls-eye' magnetic anomaly, as seen in airborne data sets. There are more than twenty magnetic anomalies similar to that observed at Havieron within Greatland's Paterson licences and, in light of the exceptional mineralisation at Havieron, these represent compelling regional exploration targets." ................TWENTY ANOMOLIES SIMILAR TO HAVERION - Staggering Potential
TomE
Posts: 11,890
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
RE: ...
Sun 19:53
The Hat,

A very simple reply to your again stupid and trying to belittle post, that was a post to a friend on TW board and was in respect to my NON isa account where I bought GGP NOTHING to do with my main ISA GGP account, that stated :-

20 Nov '18 TW
Bamps Hi,

Yes we are in the dumps ATM at 145 ish, not all that pleased.( TW shares )

On the other hand GGP has made me a nice little £22k profit so far just in a few months. Have nearly 4 mill now at an average 1.15 now at 1.70. There Gold in them thar Hills.

Got it now pleb.

Filtered at last so don't bother replying fool.
Carlito22
Posts: 12
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.395
RE: GGP takeover
Sun 19:38
Sorry meant holder since Nov 17..




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