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Condor Gld Share Chat (CNR)



Share Price: 45.50Bid: 45.00Ask: 46.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Condor Gld
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 2.22%Open: 46.50High: 46.50Low: 45.50Yesterday’s Close: 45.50


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Wondergoals
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RE: WTF
Tue 18:01
thanks for well reasoned comments.

However, only 4 people looking at CNR on LSE as I type. Complete and utter lack of interest.

And despite everything you write we are sitting on $bns of profits here for someone, which is why I refuse to believe it is not possible to generate some excitement and positive sentiment.

Particularly since if others are correct we are entering a crucial period in the short term when the public consultation will be concluded, permits issued and TSX listing. How can the company not be making any mileage out of this?
 
itsaduster
Posts: 7,423
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:45.50
WTF
Tue 10:41
nero120

Fair dinkum cobber !!
Its just a buying opportunity
nero120
Posts: 518
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Price:46.50
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RE: WTF
Tue 09:28
GDXJ does indeed include producers, so you'd expect it to have done better thanks to a significant component having actual revenue, but as you say it's still well down. The point I'm trying to make is that market attitudes towards the junior gold explorers (and producers) is still bloody awful, yet you seem to be constantly complaining that our share price is not going up despite the project making great progress, and blaming management for this lack of gain?? That just doesn't stack up with me I'm afraid. If every other junior AIM gold explorer was rocketing and Condor was in prolonged stagnation then fair enough, I would absolutely agree with you. But you need to acknowledge that gold equities are still in a cyclical bear market, and until this bear market ends Condors share price will not significantly move outside of game-changing news.

Trust me, I'm bored of it too. Sick of watching the irrational greed of people chasing after overvalued (and in some cases, zombie) companies and making ludicrous cases for intangibles such as crypto (I work in tech and build open source projects in my spare time, and I can count on one hand how many people I know who have bought bitcoin or other cryptos before the recent mania broke). Sick of watching property prices rise year after year above inflation, thankfully that does seem to be coming to an end finally.

All of this whilst productive enterprise is starved out and denied capital (or do I mean debt? Lol, I can't tell the difference anymore...). Well, at least in Condor we have a well run company that will build a gold-producing mine. If the market refuses to get involved then to be quite honest, sod the market. I'll hold here where I know my CAPITAL is contributing to actually producing something of true value and wait for the dividends to roll in once we're pouring gold dor£. I take the long view and so I don't get as pee'd off when the share price doesn't rise. And honestly in these markets, if you're an investor you *have* to look towards a timescale that goes beyond the current market irrationality and asks the question where do you want to be positioned when the dominance of central banks over the markets inevitably ends, and quite likely suddenly (SNB euro peg comes to mind).

Anyways, the reason for this long-winded response is to make the point that running a company from a rational standpoint will not appease hyper-irrational, greed-driven markets, but if you want to build a viable business then you cannot bow to those pressures. That's why I defend MC, he's building a viable business and if the equity markets don't want to be a part of this story then sod them, we don't need them! MC has no trouble raising equity when required and every day that passes we get closer to the endgame. I'm happy to wait here and watch the zombies devour themselves in their mania.
Slimshady69
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Price:46.50
Road show
Tue 08:17
Zurich and 2 in London in November
Slimshady69
Posts: 117
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Price:46.50
Re wtf
Tue 07:29
Maybe mc should give right move or purple bricks a call because this is the problem with got
AndrewFfoulkes
Posts: 679
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:46.50
RE: WTF
Mon 18:43
As an aside and for reasons well and widely covered on the web gdxj should perhaps no longer be regarded as a representation of the junior miners.
Wondergoals
Posts: 2,230
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Price:46.50
RE: WTF
Mon 18:04
so what did your due diligence come up with?

GDXJ down 11% in last year. CNR down 34%. GDXJ includes producers, probably a number with low margins who will have suffered from weak pog during the year, so they will have pulled the whole ETF down. CNR on the other hand has had pretty continuous favourable news - soil sampling and drilling productive, resource growing, funding raised etc etc (all credit to MC - he is very good in all these respects)

Draw your own conclusions ..
nero120
Posts: 518
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Price:46.50
RE: WTF
Mon 17:19
Since you're the expert perhaps you can call around those fund managers and IIs and give them the good news? I mean just look at the performance of the GDXJ over the past year... oh wait...

Give it a rest Wondergoals. If MC was as bad as you make out I'd be the first to complain. No, actually I wouldn't have bought in because I do something called "due diligence". The market for gold equities is bad right now, it is not a fundamental reflection of Condor, if you can't tell the difference then list me five junior goldies on AIM that whose share prices have increased steadily over the last three years....
Wondergoals
Posts: 2,230
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Price:46.50
RE: WTF
Mon 17:06
same boring, predictable response from you 'nero'.

it's got nothing to do with pumping.

there is increasing demand for gold in the world - china, india ... Switzerland (!) ... Reflected partially in the rising pog (though that is still heavily manipulated)

we are sitting on loads of it.

anybody in business should be looking at the potential profitability of what CNR has which should make it extremely attractive. e.g. it does not take a TSX listing for Canadian gold investors to buy CNR, but they don't appear to be doing so even though they perhaps more than most should appreciate what CNR has.
nero120
Posts: 518
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Price:46.50
RE: WTF
Mon 16:49
First tell me how the price of bitcoin can be rocketing 1000x higher due to people supposedly trying to "escape" currency controls or inflation/devaluation, whilst the price of gold languishes around $1300...

Can't you see that everything right now is being driven by speculation, stocks, property, bonds (and of course cryptos - safe-havens?! Don't make me laugh!), due to central bank liquidity. Fundamentals simply do not matter right now, and no one seems interested in buying junior gold shares at the moment. It's cyclical and it will change.

If you want MC to pump this share I've got news for you, it's not gonna happen. So you might as well just sell out now and buy bitcoin.




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