Lack of trust, call it what you like, lowered the sp and now for whatever reason it's rising again.
Good volume going through on RRR, however RGM appears pretty static which is a concern.
Although the sp is 10% higher than yesterday, as a holder I certainly don't feel 10% happier than yesterday, as these drops and increases only serve to further screw over the investor and play into the hands of the day traders and stock manipulators.
I want and need a REAL rise and one which is backed up by FACTS, otherwise I'm back to square one.
Lack of transparency by bod has undervalued assets in the market but fundamentals are still there. Sp although risky, it was derisked at 0.35 and with the potential here its not hard to fathom why so many have decided to take a calculated risk at this price.
Mikg. Hopefully more people will wise up to this, as its a de dampers joy. They play down the rise by saying. "oh look at the spread", or "its only the ask that has gone up". The facts are that this mooring you would have got 0.32, and right now you will get 0.36. Wouldn't sup rose me if we finish higher than before the interims were announced.
they don't know anything. Its people like you who cause. Spread fear on the interims, so people sell, and the MMs are wise to this. As soon as enough have sold, you guys snap them up. Simples(but immoral). Zumore, no I have never said that.
I thought the first official offer had an expire date and no new official offer had been made. Also did you hear anything about RRR wanting to develop the project? and if there was an interest from a major in doing so would RRR tell us?
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