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Sirius Minerals Share Chat (SXX)



Share Price: 25.41Bid: 25.41Ask: 25.45Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Sirius Minerals
Spread: 0.04Spread as %: 0.16%Open: 25.45High: 25.99Low: 25.22Yesterday’s Close: 25.41


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Chrisatbirdies
Posts: 15
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:25.41
Sp
Fri 23:42
If as i believe the majority think that the s.p will be £1 in three years time.that is a rise of 74.5p in 36 months.that is approximately 2p a month. Starting off as a 8% a month rise.That's not bad.
I know it will fluctuate and there will be times similar to now where it stagnates.but you have to be short sighted to let go of this little gem.stay with it I say.
Ps thank you to all the posters I enjoy reading the posts.please lay off the politics though.boring
 
VincentVega
Posts: 1,345
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Price:25.41
RE: update
Fri 23:39
Avocet.
VincentVega
Posts: 1,345
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Price:25.41
RE: update
Fri 23:36
Stop panicking Acocet.
Relax.....
Kapersky
Posts: 188
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:25.41
RE: Casual re update
Fri 23:20
If UKOG can do a 10 bagger on the sniff of a bit of news, and they are no way near production, i'm sure this can do better than some are quoting
causal
Posts: 191
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Price:25.41
malaika
Fri 23:11
I cant see strong enough news tell early next year for 50p.
malaika111
Posts: 2,630
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Price:25.41
Casual re update
Fri 22:56
Disagree - c50p by Xmas and £1 by Xmas 2018. We'll see. GLA
Magpies2
Posts: 440
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Price:25.41
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RE: Still
Fri 22:50
PAAA

I tried to get over myself but I have clearly failed (re: your previous post addressed to me).

What is a "cheif" and what is a "bexiteer"? Putting that to one side here we go.

Yes shame on the 17,410,742 (52%) of the UK voting population (including me) for voting as their conscience dictated.

Back in 1975 17,378,581 (67%) of the UK voting population said yes to remaining in the EEC and they did that despite:

"Where's the strategy? Where's the plan? - If you actually voted for this leap into the dark regardless though, shame on you. You've gambled everybody's future without knowing the stakes"

Do you think that these people voted for a European Super-State or for an Economic European Community? Do you think, just possibly, that the European ideal of 1975 might have drifted away to something else? Back in 1975 there was no internet, no social media, no Wikipedia, no 24 hour news coverage and so I would say that those who voted for us to remain in the EEC relied on The Sun, The Daily Mirror, The Torygraph et al and the strictly impartial BBC to inform them of the pros and cons of staying in the EEC. Now that indicates a lack of information and I'd say that was a "leap into the dark".

As you are no doubt aware the future for the EU is one of a Super-State where, no doubt, our armed forces will be under the command of the EU and not the UK government (a bit like the legal system, H&S, farming policy etc.). This is something that you are clearly comfortable with.

There is an irony here though, you (obviously) use the RAF's and (RAAF, RCAF, RNZAF, the SAAF) Latin motto "Per ardua ad astra" as a badge of pride but at the same time you sarcastically state "Britannia really doesn't rule the waves anymore". So you select a jingoistic name to post under but you have no belief that the UK can flourish without being a member of the great European experiment (strange that)

What I loved about 1975 was this quote:

"TUC General-Secretary Len Murray said the boycott would be lifted but he remained adamantly opposed to the EEC. "Many of the most important decisions about our future can only be taken here in Britain," he said.

How things change.
causal
Posts: 191
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:25.41
re : update
Fri 22:12
30p most i can see this year at best, and then back to 25p
avocet123
Posts: 483
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Price:25.41
RE: update
Fri 21:45
Perhaps, even tough I would have hoped people would recognise it for what it is, a profit that didnt exist in the first place. To label a "profit" that was never there to begin with as a "loss" is not the right way to value this company at this stage in its life.
spikey666
Posts: 43
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:25.41
RE: update
Fri 21:38
Avocet, perhaps its that £120m accounting write down?




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