Hi mate, I sold £2000 worth of Aex, lost £823 but am up on the £2000 in ukog. Ukog is rocketing. Hoping it will goto 8p then can sell and my £15721.00 originally will be over £17000. So a neat £2k profit. I think I will hold remaining Aex holding then and do a quick day trading on about £4k on trp and see the result. Should be able to add more from remaining £14k and play more trp on 0.18 buy,0.19 sell , £500 profit each time. Then put about £10k more in Aex at about 1.85p. I can't see a quick GSA signing done construction of kilwani and engineer works take time and tdpc are the slowest govt on the planet. They say 'yeah man' there in Tanzania and it takes a few year to reach Aex. Just african tortoise speed. Anyway wolf minerals are producing in August and oilex by yr end so better keep some money for that on profits of ukog. Can always buy in at 2.5-3p some chunk of shares in Aex on last minute as I am home all day, just work evenings. Good luck mate
Will bring our first profits, allow Solo to secure the rest of Kiliwani, resources will be able to be booked as reserves and we can then borrow against the asset. Booked reserves have a much greater value so the value of Aminex will spiral the day the GSA is signed. Great upside :-)
I still think that this is about 'fingers and cookie jars', and they will be playing 'keepy-uppy' with this until after the elections in October...or until it has been decided whos fingers will be in the cookie jar.
I will be happy to see the GSA signed if for no other reason than to catch the short term traders that have dogged this share for months on the wrong foot. Time that the many long suffering and resilient long term investors in Aminex reaped the rewards for once.
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