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Share Price: 0.215Bid: 0.20Ask: 0.23Change: 0.01 (+4.88%)Riser - Xtract
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 15.00%Open: 0.205High: 0.215Low: 0.205Yesterday’s Close: 0.205



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Spacemen
Posts: 2,589
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.22
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RE: What is going on??
Today 15:50
I haven't done any dummy buy / sell trades with me Halifax on line account but that 6m for 0.185p / share doesn't sound like a Pi trade . Might be Yorkville or MM to MM transaction ......... totally unfazed by it . The tick up was anticipated though since a lot of supposedly sell ( red coloured ) trades have been buys . With 3 gold mines now fully operational at Chepica news might arrive at any time . Usual tactic played by the MM's to create panic before good news has been going on but not to worry I've benefited by holding at such times before . Having seen an 80% gain in a matter of hours on Jan Nelsons appointment as CEO ..... some sold before the bounce too ....... oops , sorry if anyone got caught then but talking of experiences often saves others money .
 
drif
Posts: 2,489
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.22
NT
Today 15:21
Perhaps the person has other commitments, either way Im happy for thos movement, I prefer it goes up rather than down. There will be more 2-3 weeks of strange side moves from here before September arrives.
NewTradr
Posts: 1,207
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.22
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What is going on??
Today 15:01
Someone just sold 6m for .185?? Just don't ge this
NewTradr
Posts: 1,207
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.22
Spacemen
Today 14:22
Yes did Rotnest Island and also sailed from Royal Yacht Club - brilliant experiences. Interesting with all these sells that the price nudges up!
Spacemen
Posts: 2,589
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Price:0.21
NewTradr
Today 12:57
Wasn't in the Americas Cup event but have crewed for yachts out of the Royal Perth Yacht club . I spent many a year down in Aussie land mainly around the Perth area but have done the full Aussie trip just for the buzz of it ..... lol .... Spent most of my time in a Kiwi bar when the races were on even got interview with regards to how the Kiwi's were doing , all over the TV ..... lol ...... people recognised me immediately , that knew me hence had the mickey taken out of me rotten afterwards . Spent Easter 1987 on Rottnest Island only to see the same film crew cover the burning of the push bike event . This bonfire of bike was only yards from my tent hence running for the hills kept my ugly mug of the TV but cost me the tent ..... lol .......
With regards to Australia booming on the back of minerals , coal and diamonds you've hit the nail on the head . As with all good things though times change especially when super taxes are enforced hence a good reason these experienced miners are looking for low cost countries to start up all over again . The risks associated with Queensland , cyclone season , flash floods etc ..... does lead me to believe selling a chunk of our GOS holding was a good thing . I know we still have a fair chunk of shares there but better to be exposed than over exposed . With Chepica being in Chile and Peru being close by it would be fantastic if Jan can make Peru boom too but from what I've read there are many small mines surrounding the Chepica project hence no real need to look to far for expansion .
NewTradr
Posts: 1,207
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Opinion:Hold
Price:0.21
Spacemen
Today 12:14
Ah so you are a sailor? Did Greek Islands last year. Not in league of Americas Cup though! Been to Perth many times. One of my favourite cities. Watched the ashes at WACA. Lets face it Australia has boomed on the back of minerals and oil and gas ..............lets hope Jan can make Peru boom too! Teneous link I know!
Spacemen
Posts: 2,589
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Price:0.21
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RE: Hello Genesis
Today 00:23
Hi NewTradr ........ seen Genisis live in Perth arena , Aussie land 1986 whilst having a break from the Americas Cup . None to impressed even sat 20 seats from the stage since their smoke machine appeared stuck in over drive making everything very hazy . I do realise Peter Gabriel gave Genisis that extra touch of originality and his presence ( pre 1976 ) was greatly missed alas the short man singing in all that fog sounded far away and without the punch I was expecting . Anne Lennox performed two weeks later and me like a fool put Phil Collins lack of vocal power down to the arenas acoustics gave that gig a miss . Feed back from mates attending Anne Lennox concert was she was brilliant ...... live and learn ..... hey ......... off topic but fond memories ..... :-)
NewTradr
Posts: 1,207
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.21
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Hello Genesis
Thu 23:15
Just working late and drinking wine and listening to old Genesis songs on You Tube. My goodness Peter Gabriel was brilliant
Affe
Posts: 241
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.21
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RE: Affe / drif
Thu 15:03
LOL
Spacemen
Posts: 2,589
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Price:0.21
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RE: Affe / drif
Thu 14:36
Affe ....... I did tick the [ Recommend ] box of your sad post in the hope of making it look more cheerful . ........ Nah ...... didn't help ....... just makes it looks sadder ...... lol .......



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