I have tens of thousands invested here mate. Half of my overall investment pot. I bought as many as I could afford back in 2010/11, because I believed it wouldn't take this long to turn the tailings over. As we know though, it has.
Once I became accustomed to the fact that the plans for BMR had changed, and an asset grab was the order of the day, I found it easier to cope with. Took me a while to accept, especially with the protracted timescales and certain elements of secrecy surrounding this business, but pleased to have stuck with it.
Counting your Lloyd's Bank losses into your BMR average is cheating Lewis. Ha ha. My averages elsewhere are quite terrifying, but all paper losses. If I were to dump all other shares and buy more here, I would need this to reach 8p to break even overall. Then I could finally treat myself to a four year, full circle shandy bass, coupled with a much required year long course of psychotherapy.
I am not worried about this at all now. Had enough of that spiral down the rocky road in the past, so happy to wait for the red dot. I shall probably be asleep when it arrives, but my high average gives me a buffer zone of an extra forty winks, a certain period of calm before any profits kick in. Of course, it will be then that I become absolutely headless and smear myself in my own faeces. Lol.
And all down to profiteering from the company owners and the Government. Vedanta, obviously not held in high regard, which has been mentioned previously. As for Bmr, it's virtually nailed on, probably a couple of teething points. AIMO
This would hint at reasons for dealt to seek further assurances for the people. Something we should not be concerned with as bmr investors with investments in ambulances and a local school. Personally I am disgusted with the companies in the articles for their behaviour in a nation that is obviously trying hard to improve the lives if their people. A positive environment I believe bmr is a worthwhile participant in and one of the main reasons I invest here. It's time for us to help show the population of some of the positives of external investment and the benefits as a result. Something I am proud of personally..if we have to wait for a decision on our investments we must always remember the locals are waiting for a decision on their livelihoods. We will all get a positive outcome and I am sure this is only the start of bmr and zambian business relationships.
It doesn't really matter about the bouncing SP provided that we get the go ahead for Kabwe.. The reason we are here in the first place hasn't changed, well in fact I suppose it's in a better position now then when most of us purchased BMR shares..... This week, next week, next month, I'm waiting to earn my bonus for staying put, I just hope that it doesn't drag on and on and on. Always remember that the plant at Kabwe is built and commissioned and ready to go, so don't let these drop days get to you ..... If you don't like seeing it drop, switch off and wait for pay day
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