I'm happy with whatever Jan Nelson does but would prefer him to concentrate specifically on Chepica for the time being . There's so much potential there and that's just reading the RNS's , news already available to us hence tying up infrastructure with surrounding mines , improving equipment by renewing where thought essential for increased production might seem plain sailing to him but me I'd rather he get this in situe before looking elsewhere . A nice little bit of news taken from the link I attached to my earlier post might be the catalyst your looking for give the SP a nice tonic : Elsewhere, the company is in talks to bring in a strategic partner to provide capital to develop the Mejillones phosphate project in Chile .
P.S ...... I'm heavily invested in XTR but have been since the 0.11p days , 10 months ago hence have total confidence in XTR's future . Your in at the bottom with all the de-risking Jan Nelson has done hence wish you all the best with your other ( personal ) commitments , A house is always a good investment but having worked in Australia , Uk on 6 month alternate contracts there's nothing wrong with renting . I did buy one in Wales many years ago an old Victoria built terrace that's a reminder to me where my home is . My heart though is in Yallingup one of the beaches nearby to Margaret river ...... if you like trading you'd love body surfing down there , monster waves ...... :-) a new baby on the way ....... hey ....... hum ....... teach him / her young how to surf bit like swimming the earlier the better .
Projects take time and We have tons of news due with any of it potential to light the fire. I've learned to be patient based on missed opportunities and big losses elsewhere that if could have recovered had I just sat tight. We have I no particular order:
Chepica operational update Melijones development update and potential JV GOS ipo Other deals
You simply would not emit a team of experts like we have of you didn't have several projects lines up. The trick in aim is to get in early and my back if the fag packet calls suggest we are significantly undervalued. That and Jan isn't being paid yet!
So the pros far out way the cons here and I'll be smoking a Havana cigar when we see .5pps and buying a house when we see 1.
Bye have heard of frontera resources but know very little about them!
11% thats nothing I know buying in XTR, this will move and move now we have some facts but whats really needed is something unexpected, perhaps a new mining project, even JN buying shares. Just holding this one to buy a house, hope December next year but am willing to hold as have other projects also like a baby in September OTW.
lol ......... 11% loss ....... hey ...... I watched XTR rise 80% in a time span of 3 hours one day last year . Certainly being held at this price but when the MM's are ready we'll be off again ...... :-)
Yes its really good reading, just about everything is good reading in XTR, i also look at a lot of other stocks in Aim and they all seem to read well, they all have a story with potential. I really thought the last Chepica RNS would have gven us .29 on the day, perhaps to hold, so bit suprised it fell flat! Im going to stick to my September end date to move and gladly smile happily if we get a nice RNS to send this north in the mean time. Id just prefer ths to be around the .25 mark to wipe out my 11% paper loss.
Afternoon affe, Whats going on with so many investors out there, this is by all accounts, sound. As Riffgo said a few times its going to be September to move this on actual quoted figures and profits in Black and White, something I quite believe.
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