Of course you can - in theory. In reality, how many buyers would you be able to find for a half-drilled hole in the ground somewhere under the national park in Yorkshire worth eg.$500m? Maybe a couple in the world. Think about it. That would have to be somebody not only willing to finish the construction process but also to carry mining operations for the next century. And the current valuation of the company reflects that risk.
Hi Scotman....hope you are well......not posted for quite a while. My self imposed exile of 18 months, following the disastrous placing, has been breached. I say 'disastrous placing' as the near term effect it had on many many people who bought in the high 40's and even the low 50's. Even one of my inlaws bought in at 50p. So, short term disaster it has been for them.
But how long is short term? Two, three, four years? I have a target date, created by a need, to sell in 5 years. Hoping to achieve over 100p by then. As one of the more grounded posters, I'd appreciate your view of what, in your own opinion, will be the state of affairs in early 2022.
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