some of these brokers who trade against the clients could be doubling up on the risk that they take on based on their clients past. for example: if a client was to buy a stock the brokers would automatically be short; scenario 1: leave themselves exposed and dont hedge, therefore the underlying market will never see the flowof the trades. if the market goes against the client the brokers profit. scenario 2: if the client is a good client the broker can hedge like for like in the underlying and take the spread as profit. scenario 3 which i think is very likely: the client is a consistent loser and usually has bad trades. when the client buys the broker goes to the underlying market and sells therefore doubling their chances of profiting from a poor client. these are all just theories, but could be a possibility as to why we are seeing more sellers these days.
Had to put the liver destruction program on hols as the local Vignerons have pushed their bulk wine sales prices up to 1.50/litre, grabbing sods.
I've sold the shed twice to the same froggie lady from Paris but she has just pulled out of the sale for the second time. She's either a psycho or she just likes annoying old English geezers. I've just told her politely to go away (second word 'off', first word rhymes with luck.) So it's back on the smimo site but is now 'a converted remise' rather than a shed, much classier. If you have 298k lying around unused it's yours, I'll even throw in a bottle of wine, a pair of flip flops and a BEM share.
We are in UK at the moment but back to Frogland on the 23rd, will now be forced to spend another hot summer drinking wine to keep cool whilst awaiting another buyer. It's a hard job but someone has to do it.
I've asked CSP to hold off on the good news until It's sold so that I can buy more shares.
Whotcha Mukka, good to see you still here, how's the liver? Did you sell Le Shed? I bought a few more but not going to say what price cos I'll get laughed at, hell here to the end so what does it matter Suppose we'll find out soon enough if there is good reason for this movement. Talk again Monday!
Hi guys, long time no speak, hope you're all keeping well.
I've kept quiet during this little hop up as I've thought since it started that it was a pump & dump by people with enough shares to influence the market. There was nothing happening news wise to move the SP as it did move.
I've sold a few during the rise and will buy them back over the next few days, hope I get the timing right.
I do believe that we are at the end of the 'orphan Annie' period but we need a big lump of positive news to kick off the big sustained rise. It will come, but we really do need the mining permit, anything else will only give it a minor kick up the bum, unless on our number 2 project they find nuggets of solid gold as big as lbjj's wallet, or CSP's mullet.
I remain one of the patient & faithful, My time clock seems to be ticking faster these days so I hope it all kicks off here before I forget who I am and what AIM means. Possibly 'All Impatient Men' ?
A blip or the start of something substantial? Start of the end of orphan Annie period? These million trades sells as a result of a manufactured rise? I dunno, but what I do know is the iron is still there and the Swedes want it exported.
I have met CSP on more than one occasion, and on the face of things he appears to be a charming fellow. However, I have my reservations, not only about him but also about his team. PS It is sad that I have to log out to read your message; I did wonder why you stopped contributing. GLA
Beowulf (AIM: BEM; Aktietorget: BEO), the mineral exploration and development company principally focused on the group's Kallak North and Kallak South iron ore deposits in northern Sweden, announces that it will be attending and presenting at the UK Investor Show on Saturday 5 April 2014.
Beowulf's Chairman, Clive Sinclair-Poulton, will be delivering a presentation on the Company's flagship Kallak iron ore project - where fully funded drilling campaigns are underway on both the Kallak North and Kallak South deposits - as well as the group's ongoing drill campaign at its Ballek copper-gold JV project.
The Company will also be hosting an exhibition stand where Mr Sinclair-Poulton will be available to answer investors' questions.
The UK Investor Show will take place at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in Westminster, London, SW1P 3EE.
Many thanks for your kind words. The well founded scepticism you display is shared by many, including me, which may surprise you. Once exploitation is given the green light, a takeover will soon follow. The change of status from junior explorer to mining operation will transform BEM. There isn't a better quality, bigger reserve anywhere. Added to the stable Swedish economy and the relatively inexpensive extraction costs and transport upgrades, this will come good. AIMHO, of course...
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