Ha ya Affe ...... the last email I received from Justine was on the 19th May 2014 . Within that email she stated she does read the bulletin boards and is aware of posts regarding XTR . Hence you may receive your answer having posted your reminder to her here . I spoke to her at length before Jan Nelsons appointment after which she gave me a phone number that she said " feel free to phone at any time and I'll phone you back as soon as I can with answers as long as they're not price sensitive information " . It was Justine's communication skills plus her vast knowledge of XTR that first gave me confidence to invest in what was at that time a shell of a company . It's far from being a shell anymore and that makes quarterly updates , further projects , increased revenue from Chepica all the more exciting . Hope she gets back to you but no doubt they're arrive when they're ready .
Your both keeping the BB alive along with others of course, yip there is a few negative positions open around this time of year and I do feel that with a clear lack of other events until JN has completed his aim of a half year profit a few will climb on a short, after all August is not here and September is a while away, enough time for a cheeky short, but why when other opportunities in Aim are better.? Its a tough time of year atm and we are now waiting, im waiting with confidence of a reasonable half year result. Almost there chaps!
I emailed the company about 2 weeks ago asking what the expected date was for the quarterly update but heard nowt back. Has anyone else had any comms with them? Justine may well be off right now having babies, so am not that surprised or concerned tbh. But some steer would be good if you have it.
G'day me hearties ...... it's a pleasure to read your posts educating CaseyJones with regards to XTR being more than a one trick pony . Alas I was expecting the likes of him / her well before now hence must be some news due , oh aye must be . Why would anyone post such a negative post on any bb without already holding a position . Appears CaseyJones has a negative position and since for every winner there's a loser I suggest he / she increase his / her position as much as possible ...... lol ... no only joking but would add profit making companies might get shorted by the green behind the ear brigade but then they don't last long before losing all their money .
My strong advice to you is if you are shorting, close it before September, if your buying then expect ups and downs, now is a down, and down means a buying opportunity. Look more deeply here, there is profit and leadership and MC is 7.5mil.
Everyone's allowed an opinion Casey. Even you! Though looking across your recent posts, you may want to invest somewhere that can keep your mood up a bit. Are you actually in XTR? Not seen you post before..
GOS is a dog that will never bark. Think we dodged a bullet on that one.
But happily I will disagree with you and stay put.
MM's changed their positions 2 million buy now equals 0.21p / share .......... 2 million sell equals 0.207p / share . Now here's an interesting bit , I can sell 7 million XTR shares in one go at 0.201p / share hence close spread on the 2 million trades plus the MM's will take them in volume from you at a fair price without negotiated trading ..... :-)
Ironic how the MM's took 2 million shares at 0.21p only to show it as a buy ...... Just done dummy trades to buy 2 million it'll set you back 0.22p / share to sell 2 million ...... yep . you guessed it 0.21p / share ....... lol ...... means the MM's really are playing games .
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