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Member Since: Wed, 25th Jan 2012

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 107
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 0

Last Posted: 24 Jan '14



8 Feb '13


Couldnt agree more with LCO199. Dont know how long you have been invested Babbler, but dont think its been as far back as some of us who think that ''soon' is an insult to our intelligence when it comes to this share.We have

been hearing this 'soon' stuff since oct 2011. It was going to be soon then because GF woouldnt wait for the full year till end 2012,Then when that didnt happen and we came to year end,it was going to be soon because they were only waiting for problems with locals to be resolved ,then that 'soon' changed to now its going to be 2014,

and you still talk of 'soon'.

By the way you do know what a corporate broker does? -'' Tries to generate interest among investors for the companys securities. Stands prepared to buy and sell companies shares.''.

So I would becarefull when a corporate broker tells you that a share in a company that that broker has as a client is going to do well. I cant find any other outside brokers who confirm that view.
5 Feb '13


'' come this time next year! No brainer with patience.''

We were saying that LAST year!. What makes you think another bit of shenanigans will reward our patience in another year .?

I think the no brainers were those that believed the hype that what was sprouted 15 months ago . I think the brainers were those that got out then instead of having to sit for 2 and 1/4 years from oct2011-jan14(maybe!!), on a loss making share ,and invested somewhere decent to take advantage of the years biggest increase in stockmarket share prices for years.

No doubt something else will happen to extend it to 2015 or else GF will manage to get another bit of us cheap and buy us out. At least by 2015 Eureka we might actually ,God forbid, mine something,
3 Feb '13


Cut it out guys.When concerted ramping of PYM or any other occurrs on BBs other than its own,rather than encourage me ,it tends to make me smell a rat and think that a whiff of bad news is in the offing. Call me a cynic

I just dont believe that so many people want to make me rich.
23 Jan '13


yoda.---''Essentially your 'impending sp' drop would come under my "they need the cash" would it not? They do not want to see their cash dwindle.''

Only a fool would keep his money in a share that had an 'impending sp' drop . To say someone who knew that a sp was about to drop badly would only sell because he needed the money is a bit weird. Wanting is not the same as needing.

You dont sit and lose money knowingly because you can afford to lose it when a company starts to slide,, Pretty soon you would go from not needing the money ,to needing it. Why does Warren Buffet sell anything.?
11 Jan '13


'' If we can maintain the mid 40s for a while it'll certainly build confidence with potential PI's.''

Well if maintaining an sp that has tumbled -40% recently to a price that a PI could have got in the majority of 2010 is a confidence booster, then I would hate to see the maintained sp that is not a confidence booster.

Contrary to what you say ,we do need a good RNS that will boost the sp,just to break out of this one step forward one step back mode,plus might get someone to think we are worth partnering. Cant keep diluting for cash.


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