SHADOWW, good question, but if you ask 20 people you will get 20 different answers. Just FYI, before the licence was stolen, PFP had a market Cap of £80 million. That translates to a 50p share price today.
Zapsnap, further your post about the 2011 report. You should be aware that commodity prices are much higher today than when that report was written so numbers are seriously better. I think I read somewhere the PFP resource represents over 15% of world supply.
There are several court cases going on in Mozambique, mainly with regards to the ownership of CMdN. However, these are really side-shows to the Supreme Court case that will ratify the UK High Court judgement, which we all know found very strongly in favour of PFP. The Mozambique Supreme Court judgement is final. It cannot be appealed. Now given Mozambique is a member of the British Commonwealth, it would be inconceivable for the Mozambique Supreme Court not to eventually recognise the UK judgement - indeed, I think there are other cases where such recognition has been made. So, even given the General's wide ranging power and of course his ability to have dragged all this on for 5 years trying to starve PFP of cash, he has not been successful and IMHO we will eventually get the court ruling we have all been waiting for. So, given the Supreme Court is currently in recess, is a good thing as that time gives the judges a period to catch up on cases and issue judgements when open again 1st March. GLA post 1st March as I think we could well finally get that ruling. All just my opinion so do your own research.
I have just been reading the last 5 pages of posts. In one of your posts you said that before the awaited decision from supreme court, there are some other smaller cases that need to be sorted out first.
Be grateful if you could clarify this and provide some insight. thanks++
Put down what you can lose and leave it. don't worry about any 20-30% shifts. If the license comes through, this will rocket to atleast 15-20p in an instant and only the traders will be able to buy in.
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