Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova granted major non-NATO ally status 19.09.14 12:05 The United States Senate has granted Georgia the status of major non-NATO ally. The United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations has approved the new legislation bill, which recognizes these three countries as the major non-NATO allies. The support act will enable the U.S, administration to impose sanctions with respect to the Russian Federation, to provide additional assistance to Ukraine, and for other purposes. The committee members were discussing the draft bill for three hours and it was finally approved by the majority.
just don't see the same as yourself here today and am confused by the deramper remark , people have( I believe) their own views based on facts , the difference is how they interpret the facts ie nobul but.. even he isn't deramping (in my opinion) infact he is becoming more optimistic about the future as are we all , you have been a member here for over 2 years and I am positive you will have seen some serious de ramping on other boards .. no offense intended to yourself in my reply but I still see this as a very positive BB with very honest posts and don't see any ramping or deramping issues ..hope you do well with your investments ..
Thanks for your reply. Needless to say, I disagree. I await Mr Nicandros to light the blue touch paper to set off the multibagging share price performance to 10p. Yes, I will call it a 'scam' if he we get any delays in him doing so that result in unnecessarily high finance charges in the future. There are too many variables our Board has control of to make it impossible to deliver the $6m p.a. gas sales promptly and to get Varang to start work promptly that make it a scam if they don't. I see no contradiction in criticising a Board while enjoying multibagging share price performance any more than supporting a Board when the share price is falling. Selling out because one is annoyed with the Board is the sort of thing I expect wimps managing other people's money to do (they can't stand the loss of face but their clients pay the cost). Have you been an institutional investor by any chance? Last word.
LovableLumax, you make fair points. I am not expecting the worst to happen (I expect that is why I remain invested).
now lets just add to that new technology and a recovery rate of 30% and did we allow that FRR only own 51% then that could give a wide price range either way it is big ... dreaming again and still not pressed the sell button... for info only if I do sell and don't really think I will I fully intend to reinvest at a lower SP , presuming it could dip .1p is a pressure point for sellers as lots holding who bought on the last spike just waiting for a get out price .. expect volitility at this 1p plus mark .. any corrections to the above appreciated .. great posts earlier and last evening ... try the 7 day soxs test ..
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