Graphite Sector Graphite Initiation: Niche Commodity With Big Opportunity Dec 15, 2014 https://research.dundeecapitalmarkets.com/~/media/Dcm/Publications/CoverageListResearch/2014/December/G/Graphite121514initiation.pdf?dmc=1&ts=20150303T1228061779
points and as i say when a real strong uptrend starts here will be very busy indeed.
size of trades. A lot of people have holdings in the millions [shares that is not pounds maybe - yet!] If and when this become profit-making, a lot of things are going to happen to spark a re-rate here. Pension funds and other investment institutions looking to dip their toes into AIM will be going to straight to the likes of STGR i.e. profit making companies. It always amazes me how news of a good opportunity spreads. AIM is not used to profit-making companies, and those that suddenly become profitable stand out. MY is on record as saying maybe AIM is not big enough for STGR. That's another reason right there why this could really take off. We have to still wait and see if what we hope for is realised in terms of production - but if it is, why not 20p by end of year?
"I see this as an aim normality the second fund raise took away allot of appetite and brought on STGR's darkest hour SP wise. If they start to provide as indicated 7p will be hit easy but also be the sticking point as the first lot starts to clear above that." Agree totally with your 1st sentence, Gilgamesh. But don't forget there are many here who will be looking for way beyond 7p. Of course placing shares at 4.75 would be in decent profit, but I think you can assume many of those will probably also see their shares as a firm hold - because if we get quickly to 7p on the back of excellent news, it would be a silly time to sell. GLA DS
You would think so gilgamesh. 94% pug.
I see this as an aim normality the second fund raise took away allot of appetite and brought on STGR's darkest hour SP wise. If they start to provide as indicated 7p will be hit easy but also be the sticking point as the first lot starts to clear above that.
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