My view is that horse hill didn't help, it was a bit of a sideshow which for a period of time did help to influence the sp.Tanzania is, and probably always was/is the main play, The issue with Tanzania is news, which when it comes, is likely to be positive, So with HH producing very poor results, at least thus far and no one knowing when the Tanzania news will come, I think nothing this moth, therefore a further drop in the sp in my opinion is highly likely.
I like your outlook on this share, do you think this share could drop back as low as .14 cause I would certainly buy back in at that price, I've been watching the graph every week since it hit 1p , it seems to be down and still dropping, has everyone lost confidence in this share because of horse hill not performing?
Why should I want the sp to go up? I'm looking a purchasing a few more the week after next so the lower the sp the better. I'm not ****ging the company off it wishing anyone to lose money, the way I see it just an amazing top up opportunity and if people are selling out at this sp or lower then I could not careless because them people are not here long term and the reason we can't maintain 1p. Aslong the price only slumps because of the way solo is traded I'm happy with that, as we know the value of Tanz is far higher the 1p. And yes 100% agree solo will be taken over.. When? I do not have a clue.
If this drops into .25 region i'll have little choice but to sell all my other stocks at a whopping loss & poor it in here. Would prob give me an av of .35. I would then need solo to hit 1p to BE which is prob my best shot at clearing my losses.
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