This is the BEM chatter board you blinkin' nutter. Lol. You mean BMR I take it Brick. Well, BMR is nearer to production, approval to process in place, so it is now at a more advanced stage than BEM. However, the Wulf has potentially many more years of mining upside and still a lowish number of shares in issue. Plus, although we are still awaiting the concession licence here, Sweden should be a smoother ride post approval. Dare I say it, once we are up and running with this (unless sold), less red tape going forward. Also, we have rail infrastructure in place and so on, for faster distribution of our resources.
It would be rude of me to say which share is my favourite, as they are both different, but could each prove colossal. However, I will say that shorter term it would be BMR, only because it should be closer to lift off, whereas the Wulf seems to have more potential upside, as a result of its longevity, due to the sheer volume and quality of the Kallak resource. It's more one for the future, but could start picking up again over the coming months.
Of course, BMR could surprise us further, let's face it, we are told virtually nothing from the Company itself.
1000 years or so now then before each takes off. Not long to wait. Lol.
i see you been busy on the BEM chatter board - which share is your prefered investment as both seem to have massive upside. I am in both and have been since the heady days of 2010/2011/2012 and then in the ****e days of 2013/2014 - that is unless both turn potential in pounds (or should it be pence) by years end. I appreciate its just your opinion and i have my own of course
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