ok I'll start....the flightiest will go at anything from 3 to 5p, the long-term holders want at least 10p and will hold for the CPR, a good CPR (valueing our assets at @150p) could draw the price up to 20 to 30p potentially and any takeover offers would start around that level
just to throw the cat among the pigeons while we wait here bored out of our wits, I thought let's discuss what price the punters would bail out at once GSA arrives. We know we have at least 40p worth as and when a takeover happens, but in the meantime we are poised to pounce on the GSA rise which would be closely followed by the CPR, so the debate is how much of a share price rise would the fly by night punters on here tolerate before they take profit and scarper / would they stick around for the CPR? thoughts welcome
Regarding the interview. I don't think jay was quite as polished as he was in the malcy interview pre christmas. He came across to me as slightly more anxious. Maybe down to more direct questioning. As you say, there was nothing new at all really. I suppose his hands are tied re gsa etc now. Basically the Tanzanians know they are the only buyer and can dilly dally as long as they want. They may drag it out until the very end of the first half of 2015 or surprise everyone this week. Who knows. The ball is totally in their court.
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