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Member Since: Thu, 23rd Oct 2014

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 212
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 0

Last Posted: 12 Apr '19



1 Feb '19

Yashy

Depends on what (and IF) they are willing to pay for us!

(Unless its well into double figures per share I'd sooner wait personally until we can further prove up what we potentially have).
31 Jan '19

dh2000007

Yeah, I know exactly why you suggested people watch that film! (And another Deramper Filtered!)
25 Jan '19

Lesotch24

Have lived and worked in both, and totally agree! LOL
24 Jan '19

That's Hot!

I lived and worked in Perth in the mid 90's and the most I experienced was 45 degrees, and that was bad enough (I actually had a plastic music cassette case that I had left in the car one day melt while at work!!)
22 Jan '19

Been with HL since 2014 and no complaints here!
22 Jan '19

JerseyCrew

Totally agree.

I too am holding out for an acquisition (by far my preferred option, so long as the price is not too low and a fair one for what we have) as it removes any requirement to have to decide upon what is the best exit point.

Hopefully that will land a bit sooner than the next 10 years (whilst I am still relatively young enough to enjoy it!)

GLALTHs
21 Jan '19

Crazyfund

0.1779! Wow!

"If Carlsberg did GGP SP Averages....."

Dead Jealous BTW! ;-)

Roll on 8.00am and GL
20 Jan '19

Hi TomE,

I too sold out of several other shares (many at a considerable loss) to "pile in" here just before the NM decision this time last year.

Post that fateful day the value of my HL Stocks & Shares ISA was decimated, however I could not afford to lock-in such a huge loss (combined with all of the losses already incurred on my other horrendously performing shares) and so held tight (the logic being that even if I cashed in what little value remained, it would make very little difference to my life, so decided to hold).

What a difference a year makes!?

Have currently now recouped ALL of the losses I had incurred on my other 8 holdings (e.g. African Potash, NUOG, and URU anyone!? :-( ), and all on the back of this share alone.

I am now at "break-even" (with my ISA currently worth no more than I had originally put into it over the last few years) so with everything going forward now being "genuine profit" I'm currently feeling pretty relieved.

So glad I sat tight, and will continue to do so for some time to come (despite any SP ups and downs), as by no means a "wealthy man" I am now just hoping that this will eventually come good enough to allow the proceeds to be invested into something a bit "safer".

Something which will hopefully provide a modest (say 3-4%) regular return, and with it hopefully a sufficient enough income to remove the worry of ever having to find another job at the age that I will be once my father is no longer around to require me to care for him.

Whilst I appreciate that nothing is guaranteed, I cannot honestly see anything else that has the same risk/reward potential, as well as the potential to secure my family's future (albeit modestly) and it is for this reason I intend to remain invested for the foreseeable future.

VGLALTHs and I for one am certainly looking forward to the events of this week!

Exciting times!!!

MB :-)
20 Jan '19

MisterPositive

Personally my average is 1.1p, and I have genuinely not sold one single share of my modest 2m holding.

(Surprised!?)

GLALTHs, as the next few weeks could start to get very exciting indeed.

MB ;-)
10 Jan '19

Drusus

Gave up Corporate Life to care for my dad nearly three years ago now.

Hopefully he's still got many years left, but when the time finally comes I'll probably (hopefully) be of an age where I'll be unemployable anyway!?! LOL.

That's one nice holding! (Only 2m here)

If GGP eventually "do a SolGol" (even at today's closing price of 37.6p) and I can invest the profits at say a 4% yield (and free of tax as held in my ISA) that would just about see me right! ;-)

Good luck!

MB :-)
10 Jan '19

howabouthat / Drusus

Yes not too "shabby" today after all eh?!

All good here, and Dad still plodding along nicely (with thankfully few additional health issues).

A blinder of a positive Drill Results RNS would have been "the preferred icing on my B'day Cake" though! LOL.

Hopefully this will be our year, especially as had always hoped to be retired by 55 at the latest (12 months left!)

VGLA ;-)
10 Jan '19

I was personally down more than £10k after that "fateful day" (if my memory serves me correctly) not to mention having sold other shares, with some at a huge loss also, in order to "top up" for the expected NM Deal.

However, after NM said "No" I wasn't prepared to (and couldn't afford to!) "lock- in" that kind of a loss.

Managed to average down to 1.1p (by robbing Peter to pay Paul) and now sitting on a profit a "smidge" under £19k, however I won't be selling any for the foreseeable future!

No ramp but I honestly believe that this share has the potential to produce life changing profits (if we wait long enough and let it play out) but AIMO (obviously).

Yes it could still come back and "bite me" (again) but this time it feels somewhat different, and am more than happy with the potential risk/reward.

(Looks' like my "Birthday RNS" ain't gonna happen today though! :-( )

Good luck to all GLTHs
10 Jan '19

@ MakeMeRich2018

So sell up then!

(Bye!)
10 Jan '19

Saf786

Your choice (and loss)

Sitting on an 80% profit at the moment and won't be selling a single share.

In this for the long term (and the life changing profits, which will eventually come IMO).

GLALTHs
7 Jan '19

@ Wasred

And let's not forget the "non-disclosure agreement" NM imposed upon GGP.

Why bother if there was nothing there?
7 Jan '19

@ YorkshireLife

Totally agree with you!

Am currently holding 2m and sitting on a 64% profit but will not be selling one single share for the foreseeable future.

GLALTHs
20 Dec '18

Many thanks for the clarification beton2 (and keep up the good work, its much appreciated!)

ATB

MB :-)
20 Dec '18

"I defy anyone to be holding all their shares if we hit 6p."

****************************************************************************************

Well I for one most certainly still will be Applegarth. :-)

Personally I'm not planning on going anywhere until the sp is well into double figures (however many years that may take) as I invested here for "life changing" money and not just "beer and holiday money".

Still remain convinced it will come.

GL all LTHs.
18 Dec '18

Hi Beton2,

First of all many thanks for all of your hard work concerning this, and for keeping us all updated and informed.

Sorry if this is a stupid question but just so that I have everything clear in my own mind, could you please confirm my following assumptions (or otherwise):-

i) IRAE Limited is now to be renamed Ubecorp Ltd?

ii) For every 50 shares we held in NYO (currently IRAE Ltd) we will soon be receiving 1 share in Ubecorp Ltd?

iii) The previously mentioned Gryphon Mining Deal is now dead (so we will no longer be receiving any shares in that company (or any other)?

iv) In addition to our new (post consolidation) shares in Ubecorp Limited, we will also be receiving one Ubecoin for every share we hold?

If I have misunderstood, or missed, anything please let me know?

Many thanks,

MB
18 Dec '18

His campaign bus was made in Germany even though we have Plaxton, Optare, Bluebird, Dennis etc., in the UK. The bicycle for the Greens was made in the far east, not by Raleigh UK but then they are probably going to move to the Netherlands too as they have said recently.

Anyone who thinks the EU is good for British industry or any other business simply hasn't paid attention to what has been systematically asset-stripped from the UK. Name me one major technology company still running in the UK, I used to contract out to many, then the work just dried up as they were sold off to companies from France, Germany, Holland, Belgium, etc., and now we don't even teach electronic technology for technicians any more, due to EU regulations.

I haven't detailed our non-existent fishing industry the EU paid to destroy, nor the farmers being paid NOT to produce food they could sell for more than they get paid to do nothing, don't even go there.
I haven't mentioned what it costs us to be asset-stripped like this, nor have I mentioned immigration, nor the risk to our security if control of our armed forces is passed to Brussels or Germany.

Find something that's gone the other way, I've looked and I just can't. If you think the EU is a good idea,
1/ You haven't read the party manifesto of The European Peoples' Party.
2/ You haven't had to deal with EU petty bureaucracy tearing your business down.
3/ You don't think it matters.

OUT OF EUROPE we need to be out of it


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