No need to be patronising. I'm fully aware of what Alex has done to date, but thank you anyway. I don't expect my post was everyone's cup of tea, no, but in terms of time slippage for production and without detailed explanation, that does bear a resemblance to how things were managed prior. Also the uncertainty over where we are currently up to. I'm saying Alex's performance in these areas can be put in a similar category to what happened here prior. I am not saying Alex is MA in disguise. I am saying we need news and for the Q3 timescale (if not sooner) to be adhered to. Unfortunately, many CEOs on AIM appear to have a similar approach.
The trouble is DShox, unfortunately I won't trust anyone nowadays, until they actually achieve what they tell shareholders will be achieved, including when it will be achieved. Nor do I believe we should just sit here and hope everything is going swimmingly. We need consistent updates to confirm that is the case. Being a shareholder shouldn't be a chore. The company can keep us better informed, and it should.
Troaj...I had no idea about the ill-health mate...u always seem so buoyant, all the more reason we should meet up...if Eric responds we will come to your safety zone and you Brynjon if u can make it...lets do it guys....we are almost real mates with what we been through?
Alex Borrelli is without doubt a very clever knowledgeable experienced individual who I beleive we are lucky that he decided to take over the job of CEO, we probably would not be here if he hadn't !
The disrespect shown toward him on this board is unbelievable sometimes considering all that he has achieved so far and we are in good progress . So it does not suit some individuals time scales , but if you have never dealt in business a few weeks or months on the grand scheme of things is nothing if the outcome is what it should be. Business tasks change, can be fluid and the company has to adapt to achieve their main objectives and goals .
People are blaming BMR for their own mistakes and entry, timescales , aim is high risk high reward , but you can also loose your everything. We nearly did, AB saved this company. The stock market is and never has been for the faint hearted . Yes I understand people are frastrated but constant bashing of their share or our team BMR is not in their interest if invested nor BMR as a company.
Alex HAD to draw a line in the sand and deal with the task in hand of the company from the point/date of when he entered the company and how best to create future shareholder value . This was a huge task and I believe he saw the strengths and opportunities in BMR was worth the complexity of Dealing with the situation in hand and be able to achieve given the opportunity .
Positive patience, seeing what you have and not what you have not can help if you over analyse or micro manage daily !
ill health has taken its toll over the years shwmae,i do work,but ille be packing it in sometimes this year,hence why i havnt been on holiday for about 25 years.lol.such is life,but thanx for asking,i know a lot of peeeps on here that are great peeps.including u and hulky,but sadly,i cant go that far out of my safety zone nowardays,...https://www.quandl.com/data/ISM/MAN_PMI-PMI-Composite-Index
There are still a lot of old regulars about Shwmae - most have a level of frustration and all have some hope and belief. Hopefully AB and JH have all in hand and take the company to where we thought we would be years ago.
Of course it all takes time, most of us have time in our favour but as we know there are others at the end of their ability to endure the fruits of their labour.
I am thinking of hanging on until 2020 but will see how it goes by Q3.
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