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Member Since: Thu, 31st Jan 2019

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 81
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 81

Last Posted: Today 18:54


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Today 18:54

stringer01 if getting the BP and Diamond licences are of no significance than my friend you have invested in the wrong company. For me a small company like Vast is slowly but surely stamping its presence among the giants in Zim and Romania. Its the company with a potential of a tremendous growth scenario. Many a times AP has mentioned in the podcast and GM that the finance is not an issue. OT is just round the corner,technical issues with three done only a matter of signing and legal DD.
Today 18:27

Other than Utopia in the real world all industrial ,mining and infrastructure projects tend to complete in a different time scale other than the estimated one. We cant blame or persecute the person in charge of the projects for failing to comply on time. In developing countries where time and efficiency are a rare commodity, achieving certain goals speaks volumes of the skills involved.
Saying that i really appreciate AP achieving BP and Diamonds licences from the jaws of a highly corrupt and in efficient official system. We need to look forward and forget the past. Vast will make us all very rich soon, a few months late or early should not effect us in the grand scheme of things.
Let me finish my optimistic note with the following words ‘Two men look out through the same bars; One sees the mud, and one the stars’ (Frederick Langridge, 1896).
GLA
Today 14:07

Our AP is a very optimistic chap which is very good for the reasons as follows.
“No pessimist ever discovered the secrets of the stars, or sailed to an uncharted land, or opened a new heaven to the human spirit.” ?Helen Keller
AND
“Optimism is a strategy for making a better future. Because unless you believe that the future can be better, you are unlikely to step up and take responsibility for making it so.”?Noam Chomsky
AP came with three very optimistic things in his podcast.
1)10x current SP in diamonds alone.
2)Offtaker could be signed tomorrow but AP is working to create the best deal for the company.
3)Bergen paid off to bring cornerstone investor onboard.
Regarding our Diamond concession the following has been said previously.
a)The concession has never been mined (Virgin Fields).
b)According to James Campbell(BOD) the artisanal miners only scraped the tip of this resource.
c)The company can mine 30000 tons of ore a month (easily achievable according to JC and AP).
d)Lets say minimum 200 carats per hundred tons ("cpht") at $50-60 gives us a revenue of 3 million plus/month.
e)Marange Diamond Fields (‘MDF’) have approx twelve concessions BOD and Vast are also looking at a 50/50 JV outside MDF. ETC
GLA
Fri 15:50

Dodge100 i am bit disappointed by your constant negativity.You seem to be a knowledgeable person,will not judge your motives at present. It should be noted that thousands of silent investors read our posts and make their investment decisions.Our internal bickering has already cost us dear. No offence just a bit of positivity. Thanks
Fri 15:33

AP commented in OCT/NOV 2018 that our mcap will be ten times by the end of 2019.It should be noted that our SP was trading around 0.5p than(30M mcap).
There is a lot of credence to these numbers. Diamonds on there own by June will start generating some income along with BP.Some respected senior colleague along with Castaway did some maths on it as well.
It should be noted the T1A licence is not the only licence we are interested in. Vasts old Marange claims are also in the list plus another licence with BOD(50/50 JV) is also on the cards.
Fri 14:59

Majority of Vasters were stuck around 0.5-0.6 range. I do envy those new investors who are buying large chunks at these silly levels. Can you imagine buying 10M for only 17-18K while most of us paid 60Ks. Good luck to these future millionaires hopefully we will get there too.
In about couple of months time the debate here will be about dividends.I predict H1 2020 will be the time when our pockets will start to swell with the juicy income.
I do think after my meetings with AP that he is the chap that would also like to buy back our shares in the future and also work towards a mcap of 300M within the next 12 months.
GLA
Fri 11:57

The BB looks a bit down today,a podcast or any news now will ignite the flame.Three months of constant bashing has taken its toll ,need some time to changeover. The Diamond licence area(T1A) is worth billions, will recover its initial costs in a couple of months and give us steady stream of income for times to come. We are on the cusp of a major break through, positivity is the essence .
Fri 07:31

Maybe Tuesday evening after the Zim cabinet meeting?.
Thu 17:31

Our friend TBTT is seen ramping BOD BB as we speak .Yesterday he was scaring the hell out of us poor Vasters. Good to see some more positive fellows.
Thu 16:18

Well said Kashif we are moving in the right direction. This is no time to put doubts in the minds of the battered SHs. Good news should be welcomed.
Thu 15:46

Well said Dodge100 any news on finance will take this SP to heaven. In the meanwhile 0.2 is the first resistance level.We are getting RNS everyday now lets see what tomorrow brings.
GLA
Thu 15:38

News seeping in and peeps are queuing in for big buys. Most of the Vasters on this BB have averages of 0.5p plus,envy those who are buying big chunks at these ridiculous prices.Have managed to increase my stakes by 25% recently at these levels.
Thu 14:43

99.9% fellow Vasters are positive now. This company with its assets has a hallmark of 300 MCAP written all over it.
Thu 14:37

Topped up again using my OD,dont tell my wife lol.
Thu 14:36

How soon will it be back to 0.6p anybodies guess????
Thu 14:28

This diamond field is worth billions of dollars.Happy day are back.
GLA
Thu 14:18

BUY BUY TILL YOU........
Thu 14:11

There are three major regions for diamond explorations in Zimbabwe.
One is Marange(Chiadzwa) in which Vast is interested, Heritage concession and its other old Marange claim(mentioned in GM) which lie in Mutare West are districts of interest.
The other new regions are Masvingo and Chihota where Russia’s Alrosa and China’s Anjin would explore. Masvingo is a province in southeastern Zimbabwe.It lies South to the Marange region and is fairly a very big chunk of land which suits multi million dollar giants.
Chihota lands in Marondera District near the capital Harare. ZCDC intends to carry out mineral exploration in Chihota Communal Lands.
There is a lot to play for Diamonds in Zimbabwe .
Thu 13:45

I think the final approval will be sealed on the next weekly cabinet meeting on Tuesday.
Thu 11:11

Mercuria will be remembered as a silly mistake just like Bergen. I hope the new OT deal is not the mother of all fiascoes. Jokes aside Mercurias sudden NO was asked in the GM,their legal team till the last minute sounded very positive. Something happened when it was put to their board,the sense is it was an internal issue,no reasons were given,maybe they had prioritised some other sector or they were short of funds etc.


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