Agree...dumping takes place before results regular as clockwork. A spike would be nice though as it's been a while since we've seen one here....we certainly deserve a rapid northward move this time around.
Beware fellow share holders, likely same person selling in blocks, ready to snap up at a low price again. Then a large spike. This process has been so repetitive actually boring to watch and predictable. There is no reason why any genuine investors would sell at this exciting stage of the company. The share price has great upside in medium term, unless of course copper price falls off the cliff, but unlikely! On a positive, more good opportunities to buy some more, well for anyone with any money left.
Proactive investor 25/09/2013---Weatherly International (LON:WTI) also advanced after saying it is ‘one step closer’ to production at Tschudi after appointing key contractors at the flagship Namibian copper project. Basil Read, B&E International and LogiMan have all been appointed to help build the mine.
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