we are having a discussion at last, i've been pro you've been anti now we are both here actually discussing, I like it, better than before.
I also very much detect you are not so anti LGO today, personally i would have assumed you would be all over this today, along with Jcko . lll, etc highlighting the lower returns, end of the world etc but it is remarkably subdued from the usual quaters., all of them. Now i may being cynical but it does suggest to me that some previous 'bashers' 'realists' may be considering LGO actulally may pull off the deal required and is investable, particularly looking at the previous posts, particularly Jcko, some 20 mentions of a huge placing in a matter of days, and now quiter than normal, a lot quieter have they all re considered and took a position ?
Not sure. Most of AIM works on telling fairy tale stories about how so and so's projects are going to make money and create value. 99% of the time they're a complete pile of wonk but it's good enough to get a few months of great returns (e.g. ten baggers in AFPO last year which was a doozy).
LGO story needs a reboot badly OR to actually generate real value. All imho.
so funding is key, realistically we know it allows serious progress to be made, would you take take some shares here at .1675p like many this pm on the basis that we may avoid a placing as alternative sources may be open to us? It seems to be the base line for buting to commence imo
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