I think you've hit the nail on the head there. The reason this SP can rise a lot in the coming months is the fact there aren't many shares and the MCAP will still not be that high. Hold and buy guys....This is a golden chance in life IMO.
Nice to see your still smiling Andy!!
See what sentiment can do in two days in a summer lull, imagine what this will do as and when the confidence and just a hint of bullishness returns, this time in 6 months full financial close on a multi billion pound multi year entity, this time in a year MCPP will be under construction and I suspect at that point we would have received a massive wedge of cash from SEPCO for most of the MCPP JV and we will be on a 20% stake risk free carry. For example 20p here is only a MCAP of £60m or so, is that double? Easily. JD
My actual point hah.
Is that depends if we hit 10p as the momentum is ending or just beginning. All depends how LC lines up news and if he makes actual hard progress in $. If kibo does what it has promised then 40p by the time thats achieved is fair. no ramping.
I thought about the scenario you mention as 10p is a landmark for lots of people as you say. I sold some at around 10p last time it spiked but kept half. Looking back I should of sold all and bought back in obviously. But if it does happen again I would hope this time the company has a plan to keep Market sentiment high, right through to at least 20p..... so I would probably not sell all and do the same again! As if you imagine being st 9p pushing into 10p the board here will (at that time) be very rampy and positive indeed and I ... being honest probably couldn't handle being out entirely :)
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