lots of technical bits that are difficult to interpret but i very much like the 'exciting' and 'de-risked' references. all good imo. yes its taking time and testing my patience but im just as committed to holding now as before and im conviced the sp will be a lot higher later this year.
thanks for the heads up on ura. On the advn charts is there a em5 or em20 function, to see cross overs. I can find it on the iii's charts but not advns. It may be called something else. I just don't like iii much.
left a post for you on the lrl BB, offtopic what doy ou make of FRR? i know you said that its in an fsu country(i have £23k there) it may be risky but its encouraging that the directors have been buying and that equipment has been procured.. awaiting gas permits.. i remember in MTA it took quite a long time for a licence to be issued and many people were saying that it might not be issued, i am having second thoughts with FRR,
Very good. Just one quibble. The 3rd EW started where you have the arrow labelled 2. The 2nd EW is the fall just before your arrow labelled 2.
Expect a series of a,b,c correction waves after the peak of the 5th EW.
PS Another small uranium explorer, URA, had a good rise on friday after breaking out of tight BB's. Volume fairly good. However it has had similar spikes up before and they have come to nothing. The URA.. sp is still in a downtrend on my log chart.
However a reserve upgrade is expected soon by the URA message board diehards. Could perform like FTE which doubled, but then again it might not!! Don't follow URA, but it's uranium deposit in Tanzania could be big and big deposits are nearby it's licence area.
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