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SolGold Share Chat (SOLG)



Share Price: 33.95Bid: 33.50Ask: 34.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Solgold
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 2.99%Open: 31.25High: 34.50Low: 31.25Yesterday’s Close: 33.95


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columbo
Posts: 5,259
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
Its quite simple
Today 02:31
You know,i know,everyone knows it,this company is going to get bought out,and probably a lot sooner than we all think,you just need to hang on and be patient.you will be set for life.imho
 
Bobmuckie
Posts: 60
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
BhP is cashed up, my money is on RI
Today 02:16
With a mergers and acquisitions manager working for Solgold. Newcrest buying shares at 41p, many moons ago. A new Mineral Reserve Estimate (MRE) soonish. A lot of Kms drilled since the first MRE.

"SolGold's strategy to become a tier 1 copper and gold producing company through aggressive exploration"

Blanca Nieves Is one to look out for, just like I'm looking out for Ericeric and the others to kick them up arse.

The company has on issue a total of 1,696,245,686 fully-paid ordinary shares, 31,795,884 share options exercisable at 28p; 9,795,884 share options exercisable at 14p and 46,762,000 share options exercisable at 60p.

We will be sold for over 60p because Nick set the price with the 60p options.

Please can i get an invite to the £1 party!
Quady
Posts: 435
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
RE: Cringe
Today 00:58
Good evening Zoros, I have 37 years in investing, I am an ex broker and actuary. Shame on you, I don't believe a world you say. If you had 35 years experience you would know that investors are the hero's of SME's. When the Banks will not lend we step in. OK institutions pledge other peoples money, but we take great care. Individuals pledge they own earned savings. We live and die by our decisions. I take it you have a pension. People like me made retirement for many people worth while. Gambling is when you make a bet, investing is when you make a commitment to an idea a dream and many peoples life's, as they have jobs for their families and the effects of a business ripples through the economy and provides many others with a wage. We risk all.
FilthyRich101
Posts: 156
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
Morning Zoros!
Today 00:57
There's a chap on here, holds over a million of these golden tickets...

He called the recent bottom, well in advance!

He called the break of the long term downtrend with scary accuracy!

He called the support at 23p, which held!

He called the move to 26p almost to the day!

He called the resistance at 29.23, followed by the move to 33.5, all well in advance of these events happening.

He's currently typing from Manila, no yacht in sight though!

You should check out his posts, old dogs can still learn - if they're willing that is!

ATB
Lottohopes
Posts: 3,677
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
RE: Cringe
Sat 23:38
Zoros: your condescending post speaks volumes about you. If you want to view life philosophically, no one has absolute control over anything, any outcome. Even if one tries to end ones life, it can fail. Everything is a gamble from beginning to end.

Less arcanely speaking, our definitions of “gambling” seem to differ. For me, gambling would be where a favoured outcome has an odds which can’t be changed (except by cheating I suppose, which you seem to know a bit about). In investing, my aim is merely to improve those odds, by reading up. To separate the proverbial husk from the grain. I do that quite well imho thank you. I was posting here when it was 3p in March 2016.

You are long in the tooth, I get that. The bad news is that it does not automatically bring veneration. I would hope I have greater humility and reticence than yourself, when I reach 35 years of investing. (I’ve got a mere 3 years in investing, I am a tiddler with a steep learning curve and am happy to consider alternative view points, listen and learn). This bb is for all things Solg, and I m not interested in egocentric posting. Good luck anyways.
Aquinaga
Posts: 323
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
BHP to have 10.8bn dollars cash
Sat 23:21
From the sale of BHPs US shale assets.
5.4bn at the end of Oct and the rest over six months.

Reported that a dividend is likely for their shareholders but maybe just maybe some of that is coming our way?
https://www.smh.com.au/business/companies/end-of-year-bonus-in-sight-for-bhp-shareholders-20180831-p50111.html
unic
Posts: 3,218
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
RE: Cringe
Sat 22:28
"If" Richy? :)
RichyRich1
Posts: 745
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
RE: Cringe
Sat 22:22
If SolGold gets bought out for £2 a share you going to give your £800,000 away to charity Zoros?! No didn’t think so!
SavShare7
Posts: 1,113
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
RE: Cringe
Sat 22:07
Well said FTJNY :)
FTJNY
Posts: 405
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
RE: Cringe
Sat 21:49
Zoros - What a hypocrite you are! Clearly with your significant holdings you are a capitalist and set to make a very tidy sum from any sale of Solg but your previous post which I have copied below critisises others who are looking forward to a golden pay day which will likely transform the lives of their families. Who the bl££dy h£ll do you think you are preaching to others whilst you have clearly lined your furry nest! Hypocrisy of the highest order!

cringe at some of the posts on here at times like this.
Sheer unadulterated greed and sycophantic replies sums up some peoples attitudes.
I'd hate to meet some of you in real life frothing over your new found wealth.
Its just a game guys...and its called gambling. Calm down you're giving the human race a bad name.

Oh and for the record the feeling is mutual as I wouldn’t want to meet you in real life either!
Montecristo
Posts: 1,626
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
RE: Link!
Sat 21:35
Your a star Aquinaga!
Shipright
Posts: 2,544
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
zoros
Sat 21:30
You really have a massive chip on your shoulder and little idea what you are talking about.i hope you have a better day tomorrow.
Aquinaga
Posts: 323
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
RE: Link!
Sat 21:19
zoros
Posts: 1,439
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
Cringe
Sat 21:13
Lottohopes - you are an example of what I observe here. Please tell me you don't believe that investing in shares is anything other than gambling - perleeeze? How old are you - 14,15?
ALL sharedealing is gambling (with the odd example like insider dealing), simply because the person dealing (or as you naively describe it: investing, has absolutely NO control over the outcome. You know that I know that...let's not kid ourselves kidda. It's as you interestingly describe in your 'handle': lottohopes!
The idea is to try to improve your stakes by taking advantage of market forces when you THINK they are behaving in your favour. Nothing more, nothing less.
The scary people are those who talk about candlesticks and gradients and god knows what... Now they really are the ones to steer clear of. Why - because if there was the tiniest element of truth in those thar graphs, they wouldn't be here playing on their keyboards like the rest of us mortals - they would be cruising the balearic islands in their $100 million dollar yachts. {Because they would know where the market was going wouldn't they}. Charts and graphs are by their very nature; HISTORIC.
LittleItaly:
Again, if I knew or had even a couple of seconds of hindsight - now, then again I'd be a billionaire!
I have been investing for over 35 years - for a laugh. I made six figure sums during the dotcom era and lost 90% of it in the years following - easy come easy go. I now have a portfolio acfross the risk spectrum. I have been with SOLG for 4 years and bought in @ 7p at one of my several stages. Other stages: 36p. Average: 21p. I'm @ just shy of 400k shares.
It's a game - SOLG 'looks' ripe. I shall "maintain a listening watch" for a wee while longer and eject any time after a reasonable SP hike.
My personal feelings about SOLG: NM doesn't have the infrastructure in place to go to production. He isn't a young man either and will probably not want to hang around with all the bollox involved in production, so I think he'll sell at the right time to a proper producer and sail off into the future while he still can enjoy his wealth.
I personally think solg (Cascabel) is worth £1.5 billion. Whats that in SP terms... (1.7 billion shares) 90p (ish)?
Montecristo - grow up.

Enjoy
Montecristo
Posts: 1,626
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
Link!
Sat 21:12
Does anyone have a link to last night's presentation?
Leyton41
Posts: 20
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
Share chat
Sat 19:58
Recently started investing in this share over the last week. It’s so refreshing to read well informed and helpful posts, which I know maybe up to a point caused by the recent good news.
Looking to top up on Monday and let’s hope for a successful and fruiticious future for us all....
RichyRich1
Posts: 745
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
RE: Further endorsement!
Sat 19:46
Very sad I know but wish it was Monday!
MrChilligoat
Posts: 7
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
Further endorsement!
Sat 19:43
Seems like Barchart favours recent movements at SolGold Towers.

https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/SOLG.LN/opinion
jester16
Posts: 7,196
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
Columbo
Sat 19:27
This is what boards are for glad to of helped didn't even know myself until I looked it up gl.
Montecristo
Posts: 1,626
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
RE: Cringe
Sat 18:15
And jealousy is such a nice trait zoro lol
columbo
Posts: 5,259
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
RE: Useless information
Sat 17:50
many thanks gentlemen,your links shot me down in flames,ha ha,didnt realise they used that much copper,thanks for posting,i learn something new everyday,roll on monday.
goldenveg
Posts: 579
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
RE: Useless information
Sat 17:29
from here
https://www.copper.org/publications/pub_list/pdf/A6191-ElectricVehicles-Factsheet.pdf
may need a few cascabels if they make too many elec buses.
Goldenegg
Posts: 1,459
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
RE: Brief look in
Sat 17:26
Yes indeed! No matter, thanks for the response Bnc. Always appreciated your input - can't say I always understand it but over time you do seem to have been pretty spot on! Thanks.
goldenveg
Posts: 579
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.95
RE: Useless information
Sat 17:26
try 180 lbs of copper per electric car




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