Nice one Trooper - You and I are "of an age" - Your old ::joke:: about EXPERTS a few days ago told me that. We've been round the block a few times and probably with investments too. All should remember - It's YOU (yourself) who makes the decisions. If you can't make them on facts it's guesswork. Opinions may influence YOU. Opinions (from respected sources) may turn into facts. Well, It's past closing time on a full market day so time to think about a friendly dinner out. Good Luck - for a profitable 2014 - to all who contribute. NB
Spot on Trooper - my sentiments exactly, I am enjoying the ride on this - (much more comfortable with the fact that I am sitting on £10k profit already). I have been in for 5 months or so - after monitoring for 6 months and think that this will double by PP and then double again IF / WHEN granted. This and QPP have given me a wonderful 2013 and I feel confident of both in 2014 as well. Happy New Year to all BB users and may all your losses be small ones !!!!! - bandanaman
This last week has shown very vividly, the potential that this share has to rise up, and then return back to a lower sp. It is a typical Aim share, but with an enormous potential return. It will head north on 3 for 3 reasons, Rumour, News, or Sentiment. That is something you have to be aware of because the volatility of this company gives values from 2p to £1 based on fact that there is a vast amount of product beneath the moors, and the fact that it is possible to get that product to the market, and the fact hat the product is an essential ingredient in the increase of food production, and the fact that there are big countries who have pledged a market for this product. So that is the rock upon which this company will produce a return for our investment. This can only happen when PP is granted, and that is where the rumour and the sentiment come in..What I am posting…is sentiment, opinion, feeling, hope but it is not fact, or news. there will be many times when for some reason the sentiment causes everyone to believe that this is it, the spike up towards PA day, and this fluctuation will happen many times before we get a strong solid and fact supported rise. IMO we will see the average move higher slowly building through January, february, and March. From April onward I am expecting there will have been developments and news which will then cause a rise towards the frenzy of Planning Approval. That is my own opinion foes, not a ramp or a de-ramp but my opinion of where I think this sp will go. t is an amazing investment which will produce a huge return for the people who decide to stay with the ole ship HMS Sirius on our voyage north. Now my brain hurts its time for a glass of the red stuff…Happy New Year to all who sail in her..ATB
Reminds me of the likes of Zak Mir that send me emails about trades, the naked trader is the only one I have great respect for, private investors make such mistakes by following advice of people like share prophets who usually get it wrong, like u have yrs of research on this company load of bull, they not even in production yet so were can u get your research from it's just pure guesswork, as soon as the share rallies these derampers disappear then once falls back a little they at it again, it's made over a 50% return in a few weeks of course people were going to take profits, to be honest no reason why this share won't be over 20p next few mths, as for funding I'm quite argue that as we have no big backers yet, however with the size of this resource I find it strange if a big major doesn't make a play
I would think they bought the farm early as a signal of their commitment to the location. It's a low-risk investment as they would be able to sell it easily enough if they don't get planning permission.
I imagine too that the former owner would have held out for a much higher price if pp had already been granted; so buying it prematurely could have saved Sirius a few bob. They might reasonably hope to see its value appreciate in 2014, given the improving property market so it seems like a no-brainer.
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