With the general belief that we need major news .. However charts do suggest a short term lift... Some volume and we may see a rally.. I believe dumping some of the many projects and making faster progress on one or two would see sp climb.
Agree entirely that " potential" needs to become a project that can be sold at a profit or exploited by way of a JV or whatever else can see the production of some income ( to avoid annual dilution of original investors investments) Continue to think that Nevada can offer the best route towards this goal ( but inexhaustible " patience"? required!)
Yes, I agree Smalls. Sums it up well. Hence the lack of posting from me too. I think Rod has been cryogenically frozen until mega news so he could be asleep for quite some time. I'm still hoping that Cue will be ok, but any excitement has gone out of this for me now.
Last October, we were getting ready for drilling by the end of the year at the Aussie gold projects. Since then, nothing much apart from an interesting dilution which seemed to be good in terms of widening the investor base but the years pass by and all we have are projects that might be transformational next to those that have been cast aside. I have given up posting as it will take something special in terms of news to lift this share. Night night .zzzzzzzzzzzz
PC presumably busy with event tomorrow night at Mayfair for Tertiary Minerals Would expect some newsflow next month with regard to progress with plans for Nevada Silver Bay Project and news of Australian projects. Note that the price to sell has moved up in the last week..currently 0.307 to sell and 0.34 p to buy a relatively small number.
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