is Jason Bourne always limping in those films ? And why is he always walking into supermarkets and grabbing a bottle of alcohol and squirting it into a shoulder wound before he covers it with a pack of cotton wool ? Then he limps out through the back of the shop ? Anyone ? Irritating..........
Morning Jon, I used to play Lego as well, but when I was little. Yes Mate, I'm Brazilian, used to work for City Bank Investments in Sao Paulo for 7 years. In that time AIM was only 100 companies there and today I believe it's more than 300 easy. We have like FTSE 100 as well, but TAX in AIM and FTSE kill any small investment. In Brazil, they still have mentality that investments it's only for Rich people, but now the Government & Bovespa are educating people (young generation) about investments. My Youngest Nephew, He's only 16 had an opportunity to go to Bovespa and see how they used to work, I used to be a trading floor Guy, number 1462 there, was fantastic, crazy, adrenaline and the job that I'll never forget in my life. They have a new program called "Investments for Kids and Investments for Teens", the Government & Bovespa are trying to attract the new generation, but TAX over there still higher and kill any good profit. I'm not sure, but I believe over £10.000 they have to pay tax and in my time was 20% over capital gain. They are trying to create and improve the TAX, but bureaucracy there it's higher, it's like when We go to any public service here or any Country (slow). Brazil Mate, it's the Country of the Future, We've all kind of resources, massive land, Oil, Water and many more, but corruption there it's higher (like any under-develop Country in the World) and I just hope one day to see Brazil in better position and well respect Country. Have a nice day Mate. Obelix
Got to admit, I bought a top end Lego kit the other month. Still not got around to building it as I've been too busy with preparing my track car, although the bank holiday weekend hasn't advanced it in any way as the alcohol has got in the way. LOL.
I believe you're from Brazil? How does AIM work over there? I take it you can't get the tax incentives like those of us in the UK can when we put them in an ISA? Although, I'm actually American.
If the deal is 10% upfront payment, and assuming a low to middle hundred million deal, we are looking to receive a payment of between 2.75 and around 13million, for CHK1. Not bad considering the current market cap. Clearly there is no licence yet, and this is me being speculative only.
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