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Share Price: 7.875Bid: 7.75Ask: 8.00Change: -0.25 (-3.08%)Faller - Sylvania Pl
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 3.23%Open: 8.125High: 8.125Low: 7.875Yesterday’s Close: 8.125


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AbudhabiTrader
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Bailey Clark
20 Jan '13
Hopefully another blue week on lead up to qtrly results. I expect them maybe 28th Jan so week after. Hoping production is good albeit not record production but be important to see if Nov and Dec were up to full speed. Id also like to see an increase in Cash on hand.
 
BaileyClark
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Good week
18 Jan '13
The end to another positive week for SLP. What will next bring? Have a good weekend all. Enjoy your time off leas.
leas
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Cheeky tick up
18 Jan '13
Finished again off the day's low and held onto the gains. Hope everyone has a great weekend. I have a rare weekend off so going to make the most of it. GLA..
BaileyClark
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AT
18 Jan '13
If it's the same buyer they'll have a sizeable holding by now. Lots of sells today but the sp is holding up well. I thought it would pull back a bit through this week so very promising sign.
AbudhabiTrader
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Baileyclark
18 Jan '13
Seem strange the SA govt said it didn't know about it but the markets had known for weeks :-). I see the buyers still accumulating stock. Wonder what the ceiling is when they will stop buying.
BaileyClark
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Pop
18 Jan '13
Morning leas. Yes it's doing a tango with gold at the moment for top spot. I see the SA government are in talks with Amplats over the job losses, complaining they weren't informed originally. You'd think they would have at least warned them this was coming so they were prepared for the news. Still, am not sure what the government think the answer here is. The bottom line is that a mine has to be profitable.
http://www.lse.co.uk/sharecast-news-article.asp?ArticleCode=20631951&ArticleHeadline=Amplats_commences_talks_with_South_African_government
leas
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PoP
18 Jan '13
Again exceeded $1700 for a short time overnight. Currently trading at $1698. Another surge may offer some support to the recent gains made in the sp. http://www.kitco.com/charts/liveplatinum.html Good news from China again, last 1/4 of 2012 saw their economy back in growth. Expected to be at 8% this year
leas
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PoP
18 Jan '13
Again exceeded $1700 for a short time overnight. Currently trading at $1698. Another surge may offer some support to the recent gains we have made in the sp. http://www.kitco.com/charts/liveplatinum.html Good news from China again, last 1/4 of 2012 saw their economy back in growth. Expected to be at 8% this year.
leas
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RE: leas (off topic)
17 Jan '13
cannot respond on here but email me your addy at michaelwright32@msn.com (throw away)
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leas (off topic)
17 Jan '13
I would also like financial independence. Had a horrid year at work last year and am wondering if I can bear to last it out another 2 years until my shares come through (I hope - similar time frame to you with IOF, SXX, and VOG as my main runners, with IOF providing the first returns, I reckon). Have given up trying to find another job.

Anyway, I keep on doing and re-doing my sums and weighing up benefits and risks to retiring this year instead to the Red Sea area in Egypt and just doing my own thing (in which case I should be almost OK as long as my shares don't all go down by some massive amount but I do need to consider that possibility). Trying to be financially independent in Switzerland is almost impossible! Always scared that my hopes with shares are in any case idle dreams and need to work out all those plan B and "what if..." scenarios! Having said all that, work has been a lot better since returning this year, so let's see how it goes! I'm paid well, so shouldn't complain, but sometimes I just want my life back and less stress.

SXX - expecting upgraded resources in the next month or so and after that perhaps some news on funding subject to planning permission granted, so not sure it will drift, but could be wrong. Planning permission should be submitted by end of month (don't expect much reaction) and then volatility until permission granted/refused 4 months later. They should also join the FTSE at some point as that was their aim to reduce volatilty and to get more IIs on board. Once all excitement after planning permission granted etc (we hope!!!) is over, then I think it may drift, unless a FTSE listing helps to prevent that.

Anyway, sorry to all for the off-topic. Agree with you that the political situation is the biggest risk here. I noticed your earlier post on the situation in SA. Thanks to you and everyone for posting the information. Good to see us going back (or should I say forwards?!) in the right direction.



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