Was the date for the Cayman RNS. This was done during his holiday break. So, I'm assuming it must be for an important reason. Just imagine, Mr A and family lying on his yacht decking recovering from a mental New Years bash. All, are staring at the beautiful scenery with vodkas, as hair of the dog. Mr A says, "oi Sash babes, I'm popping over to the Caymans in the heli for some business, do you want to come?" I have a vivid imagination! The result of that, has been the recent sp rise.
ZOL, is names, reputation and possibility. The TA investors, prefer something solid I would imagine. It's been a long wait, so a little longer won't hurt. I asked myself, why the change of address in the Cayman Islands and the only thing that stands out is the processing of paper work for a deal.
Something, in the background developing. I'm happy for a slow rise, less chance of a flash in the pan. I find it interesting, that the usual small pi sells hasn't happened. Does that indicate that most have sold out? How big is the float? We've risen this far on a combination of small RNS's that indicate big news approaching.
This has got a lot further to go over the next 2 weeks or so. Todays close has confirmed the bull run is still on after a couple of days of treading water We should see 5p shortly, maybe even by the end of this week. Suprised a lot of TA traders havent jumped on this as its showing the biggest buy signal one will see.
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