At 0.08 as well. Will add as looks like there is a hungry buyer at 0.08
OTC dips a buyer enters at 0.08
investor evening 12th Aug
Investor evening hosted by Shares Magazine Meet the CEOs from Ortac Resources & Scotgold Resources on 12th August Wednesday 12th August - 18:00 http://www.sharesmagazine.co.uk/events/event/investor-evening-12-aug-2015/ cheers buzz
20 Jul '15
Sturecland is a waste of time. it is a 5-10yr time frame, and only if they have a local partner. But this piecemeal financing is a concern, the last raise is enough for the second earn in, but not much more. The company has to consolidate their shares and raise £4-5M to advance. otherwise they're just maintaining their position and any money just goes on monthly working capital oh and Eritrea is a dog
17 Jul '15
Gold won't rise until 2018...OTC along with other gold mining shares would breakout only after 2018...the only other exception is a black swan event triggering a worldwide financial crisis bigger than the 2008 financial crisis....US, Europe along with Japan with the help of QE have only made things worse.... In UK lower interest rates have created a boom in real estate prices but it has made it difficult for first time buyers....all the current financial policies of US and Europe is smoke..... In an boom cycle, Ortac Resources market cap would be around £50-90 million (considering the multi-country resources)...but boom and bust cycle are all part of the game.....
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