Hi all, All genuine posters / shareholders are more than welcome on here no matter if they hold 10 or 10 Million shares. All shareholders are also more than welcome to view their investment first hand and many have , Tyndrum isn't the easiest place to get to ( no three wheelers ) but it's well worth the visit as many a shareholder will tell you. I first visited our mine back in 2010 after initially investing when SGZ listed on AIM in February of that year with 60 or 70,000 ? shares. Having seen my investment I thought it would be a great idea if all shareholders could share the same experience that I had enjoyed, So I put the idea to our management and I have been organising mine tours ever since and a dozen or so later I am still enjoying the visits and still adding to our holding the most of which was in the past 3 Rights Issues at .28p & .33p & .60p and I did fill our boots
Glenalmond , I think you hold the record for the longest UK shareholder, that I know of anyway and fair play to you , must be what 4 years since we first met and hammered the jar ?
I read an article today , a prelude to Gold ,Bears & Traders this weekend , in short this is what you should look for :
1 Value changing events : Like , Funding , LOM extension, Cononish 2,3,4 , European expansion ( lol) maybe a Mammoth or two
2 , Companies that are in the bottom half of the cost curve , IE they will be producing at a profit margin no matter what the commodity price and one which will command a premium would be even better !
3, An excellent management team that is heavily invested in the company.
Now we have all that and more, we also have : A Planning Blue Print for Mining that will and has passed any environmentalist's scrutiny Unrivalled Local support Government Grants ( £ 600,000 ) Multiple drill targets First mover advantage with app 4,200km2 Licence area in "Scotland" High grade resource ( 14.3g/t Au ) Low operating costs (£327) Short payback ( 19 months ) Premium on end product Low Risk Jurisdiction
Now I was thinking of attending the Gold, Bears & Traders but would I find anything I don't already have ?
yayay, mine is titchier than yours and there are others who post here occasionally who I'm pretty sure are even less well endowed than me. No lower limit here for getting involved with the chat. Oh and I would suggest, as someone who initially climbed in four years ago with a 5.2p average, that one man's 'slow getting off the mark' is another's 'timing it just right'!
Yes, congratulations on your 40, vfb. If I were a betting man, I'd have a small flutter on you going for 50 !!
I reached my own modest target of 5 after the recent RI. Because I went in for a fair whack of excess entitlement, this should take me up to 7 with the options. I'd like to think that I'll make it to 10.
I was somewhat slow getting off the mark. Without checking, a year ago I think I only had a few 100,000s. But it's the confidence of people like yourselves and, in particular, NLR, that's given me the incentive to up my stake. Plus your own really helpful postings. Thanks.
Not sure if my titchy holding gives me much right to rub shoulders with the rest of you on here though? LOL BTW you may also recognise the Horace in me. And for RM's benefit, this is not a reference to either Quintus Horatius Flaccus or Horace Walpole. I should never have expected so much erudition on a shares forum!
Congratulations on you and her indoors making 40 mil. You will not just be needing ISAs and SIPPs, but also SPV/ SPE for securitised assets. Care where you do the off-shoring, as tax accountants, fiduciary duties and capacity often seem to be high on the agenda. Dropping a hint on R Milne Harris and Golden Matrix are we? LOL
So, the Scarlet Pimpernel forays across La Manche with not just seeking Appellation Controlee and D’Or branded products.
If also in Iberia, then keep it to “flying down to Rio”, and not getting embroiled in any of Sir Walter Rayleigh’s myths and legends.
Season greetings of Bah Humbug (because any hymns, songs, religious messages, I hear are now politically incorrect and could be censored). LOL. Logically, if Turkeys are not politically incorrect. Then: Plebiscite now, give turkeys universal suffrage. Chartists for turkeys. Ballot on 26th December!!. Buy a goose instead!!.
Subsidiary Scotgold Resources Limited SGZ France SAS Scotgold Resources Portugal
So you look on from there :
The request filed by SGZ France is called "Olivet License" and covers an area of 373.5 km² and a term of five years. The request filed by SGZ allowed France is called "Penlan" and covers an area of 66 km² and a period of 5 years. The request filed by SGZ France is called "Vendrennes License" and covers an area of 303 km² and a term of five years.
I'm still looking and I am still finding , more to come
You all know we have a Blue Print to mine anywhere and now you know we are using it .
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