I remember the days when there were millions of shares traded, even at £1 you had several million pounds of stock traded daily. Now if we are lucky, we get to half a million and SP is 7p so value of stock traded is only £30-£40k on average.
You are correct that the SP has gone from 300p to 6p but I wasn't here at 300p. Some investors did buy all the way up to 300p though and have averages nearer to £1 even after averaging down so there will be a long way to go if they want to get a return on their investment.
Only yesterday I asked Chariot which one was correct - the July fact sheet with drill B Namibia on it in H2, or the July presentation which had it deleted. Chariot have not responded to the question - but I think we can guess from them taking down the fact sheet what the answer is.
I also asked whether no further commitments on Mauritania meant they had performed the sea bed coring, or whether it meant they weren't going to do the sea bed coring. Sea bed coring is a license requirement. I have not received an answer ...
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