I agree that it would be lovely if we were completely in control of our own destiny but business just isn't like that and if it were our SP would be £2 not 2p. I think as operator of all our assets and having proven reserves and a viable market we are actually in a very strong position for the size of our company. To expect to have no issues at all is surely just unrealistic. I think our management are working through our problems in an orderly manner and reducing risk for us all the time. I'm looking forward to seeing that continue and hopefully more investors will feel happier with their investment here including yourself.
Irishmouse, no worries. It wasn't insulting - I just took it seriously. Lol. My apologies. I was just surprised when I came into the board (I actually had something positive I wanted to post) to see me being discussed when I'd only made a few posts since I sold out.
Tiptop, my knickers aren't remotely in a twist - you seem to choose to ignore, or try to make my dealings with Aminex to be a lie. It's subtle of you and as deliberately misleading as hundreds of your other posts to suggest I'm lying. The fact is (and I resent being forced to say this) I haven't been wrong about Aminex once whereas you and all your pipe dreams have been wrong time and time again. By the way, tell your buddy Tanzania (have people copped on yet?) that he still hasn't answered the question I asked him. You remember, the same question he asked Patient Ali about his tiny number of posts? Anyway, your usual answer to questions you don't like is to make some comment like "I don't know what you're talking about". But you do. You'll be happy to know that as a result of your ungentlemany reaction to my selling up and dignified posts when I did, I'll be on here far more than I intended. Alas, I can't stomach your drivel any more so I'll be doing nothing to change the fact I have to log out to see your posts. Sore, sore loser.
CrustyPete I don't have any shares in Solo although I wouldn't mind having a few cos I think they'll hit about .45p if the GSA is signed.
Oh and gaslady; do I think that AEX were in a position to sign the GSA without PP? Probably yes, and I for one am glad that they didn't. We would now be up up the proverbial creek without a paddle - we could have been in an impossible financial position now.
And actually think that we are in a better position to be signing up to the GSA in the new political environment - a more professional approach from the incumbent Cabinet will reduce the delays and uncertainties fewer and further between (I hope).
Quite the contrary, I am very aware that we are working in Tanzania - that is exactly the point...
And all of the disasters you cited below were the "fault" of the company themselves - I would be happier if I felt that AEX were entirely in control of their own destiny but they manifestly are not. That is largely why I have been so questioning of yours and feelinglucky's "prophesies" of late. It seems to pointless to be making such predictions in such a changeable environment.
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