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Share Price: 0.16Bid: 0.13Ask: 0.19Change: -0.01 (-5.88%)Faller - Alecto Min
Spread: 0.06Spread as %: 46.15%Open: 0.17High: 0.17Low: 0.16Yesterday’s Close: 0.17


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hj6670
Posts: 204
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RE: spottedlurcher
Today 19:26
No not concerned just nosey really, my average is about .75, what's yours patters?
 
Patters85
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RE: spottedlurcher
Today 15:03
hj6670 - whats your average? Are you concerned as IIRC you have invested a substantial amount here?
cookiecrew
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RE: spottedlurcher
Today 12:56
1.06 is my average
hj6670
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RE: spottedlurcher
Today 08:52
Out of interest cookie, what's your average?
GeologyStudent
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DrJenner
Wed 16:24
I only speak of best guesses based on comparison of other companies. Short term: 0.4-0.7p. Long term: market cap of £20mill+ when producing (2017/18).
drjenner
Posts: 66
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Opinion:Strong Sell
Price:0.17
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RE: Cabman
Wed 15:11
I'll say one thing for Geology Student he is relentless. It doesn't matter how many times he has to say it the message is the same....this POS is GREAT.
The-Speculator
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RE: Dr68
Wed 14:59
As someone who was formerly on an AiM resource board before being taken over, I can say with conviction that the constant requests for directors to buy and support the share price was very frustrating. NED's are not all wealthy, some are there to provide valuable guidance from a technical or corporate perspective, others it would seam are there to provide a bit of grey hair and supposable contacts into the finance world, they may have a bit more spare cash.....
They (we) get paid £2k a month for work which entailed much more than 2 days/mth, normally 4-5. even with a semi-full time primary role, putting up 10-50k a year is often a struggle for some, or perhaps I should say most!

Also it is only on about 4 occasions a year during 2-4 week periods that you can actually buy!

conversion of fees to equity is now the norm given the tough times.
cookiecrew
Posts: 6,720
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.17
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spottedlurcher
Wed 13:27
If only!!!,1.5 million four me :):)
GeologyStudent
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Cabman
Wed 12:07
Excluding our Mali assets, ALO still has a prosperous outlook with Kerboule. If Kerboule achieves a considerable resource estimate - 250 drills have been drilled already of which 2/3rd were significant - ALO can secure finance for construction and operate a 25k oz per annum mine. Given that we are surrounded by 2 other juniors and it is in their best interest to work together, I am hopeful on the Kossanto East front. I cannot comment on Kossanto West.
cabman
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Price:0.17
drilling
Wed 11:21
Dominic Doherty used to be based in Bamako in charge of exploration. It seems Mali projects are now on ice, awaiting offers of JV. Hopefully he's busy on the latest acquisition. It's all worryingly vague.





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