ha ha Dealer, you are catching on fast. Loads of rampers and derampers on here. Most been here 5 mins and know nothing of EDL. Many LTH on here trying to break even. I guess you have worked out for yourself that the rampers got it wrong yesterday but it might still come good. EDL has lots of issues but at its core it has a golden opportunity. They own the mine, loads of coal, only ones with a licence (unlike Kibo), have customers lined up and could go very well. On the negative side its run by muppets that just take a salary for years on end and dilute the company. Its truly at a turning point in its history though and could easily do a 20 bag from here or continue to spend money, dilute and mess around. Not sure how you would label me as either ramper or deramper but I wouldn't do either on the basis you may lose all of your cash or lose the opportunity to 20 bag from here. Take a chance I would say and just because I lost money and waiting to break even you may make your fortunes here. Some nobs on this board so be careful. Good luck.
I also think the uncertainty of doing business in Tanzania and it's attendant risk is a major concern for investors. That and the astronomic amount of shares in circulation. Plus all the warrants and options.
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