That is a great link mate - thanks. Sets out the case for cobalt notwithstanding a few years old. If Kabila insists on remaining in power it may well mean trouble for the DRC and the Chinese will be up the creek without a paddle.
There are very few pure play cobalt companies. I am a significant shareholder in Alloy Resources with an unusual prospect for cobalt/gold near Broken Hill. You can pick them up for 0.006 c . There are IPOs in the pipeline like Cobalt Blue raising $10 million but why pay 20c a share for a resource grading 0.09% the same as Mambare.
I am moving on cobalt in the NT - virgin ground with varying grades around 0.5% Co and I hold in ABM Resources with surface cobalt of 1.6%. I am looking at Zambia and the DRC - not sure if anything available but Regal have some ground there with Co plus 4% in places. And that is a 'cobalt domain" so might be possible to set up a modern beneficiation plant. A work in progress-
Don't you remember when you posted your email address when all the --was hitting the fan. Presumably where you got your new nick from after being banned a hundred times and having more farewells than Madame Melba. I tried to talk to you to unravel the puzzle as to why someone who publicly stated they only had a few shares was so intent on posting hundreds if not thousands of cryptic one liners in defence of the management. You ran like a rabbit - I was hoping you would set out your case !
Now having said that both RGM and RRR have a chance to rise from the ashes if handled correctly. That won't help all the shareholders who have lost their entire investments over the years but it might hearten those with a lesser burden of losses. That does not include this little black duck- I saw the writing on the wall - if your memory is still intact I was a consistent beacon of warning for many - many years -but even I can forgive and forget so lets see what unfolds and if any changes for the better occur. I wont hold my breath but with new shareholders and new direction RGM and RRR might yet become substantial companies.
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