Thanks for the good post. What is going on with this share price. It just maybe that the time taken to sort out the insurance claim is just taking too long for some investors. I'm hoping that the next RNS announcement is multi topical: insurance settlement, audited financials, some good update on production figures for OSS, update on Australia, perhaps another contract. I've heard it before that patience is a virtue, but I am getting nervous for all my blind faith!
Thanks for posting this Nastid, very interesting. I noticed the huge buy today, after hours for 1million shares. Someone is v confident in HYR's potential.
Thanks for the comments. I've just realised that I did not post the actual video link previously, or that it was dropped... going to try again, although probably a bit late, and it only talks about the things we already know. www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbyKpsQt7LU
7 Apr '14
Excellent posts once again. Keep the good work coming. Hold the forte for the next week or so. Cheers
6 Apr '14
RE: silly question
nastid, you've hit every highlight. Good post. Hydrodec have had equal doses of luck and misfortune as you point out. Although the many share issues have led to eye watering dilution the company is still here and in its best shape ever. Many others have gone to the wall in the history of tech and revolutionary ideas. It's the commercialisation of the technology that is key. Wouldn't you agree that HYR is almost in its final phase of becoming a major company. The support of Andrew Black has brought financial stability at critical times as well as the capability to purchase OSS in double quick time without having to issue further shares to secure the deal. The management led by Ian Smale have been in situ for just over 2 years now. They've done so much to strengthen and grow the company. It should be very soon now that the rewards will flow though in revenues, earnings and cash flow. These are what matter now for the future of HYR and the share price. Further deals will be most welcome but what the shareholders and the market want to see is hard $ and £ rolling into the corporation's bank account. I just know this is going to happen.
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