Time, yes I agree with you. The new rules would have applied at the environmental stage; so nothing we didn't need to address as part of the course in any event, just brought forward, probably makes sense when you think about it. I remain confident we will be given the concession and I'm holding to this: "At best, we have time Kallak matter in the fall". But it makes no odds...I am content with my investment for the time being.
* "It is not just Kallak but we also have a number of other matters in Norrbotten. It's a pretty big job and most likely it will drag on" - speaking of the scenario that the Government will hand Kallak back to the Mountain State in a newspaper interview, April 11.
Thanks for respond, Eric. Lets see what is going to happen within couple of months. And if Kurt is going to start real fight and rescue the company, our investments and his job as well as own reputation.
Welcome back Ed. Yes, you have missed nothing by way of news and a deathly silent bb. Glad you enjoyed your hols with Mrs 44. Probably just as well she prevented you from shelling out for more of these, a real break from shares for a week or two probably did you good. Sorry about the liver damage instead though. Lol.
Aye, we could be witnessing post-Brexit fallout and potential investors being scared of the right next move, but not sure really. We know the holiday season is upon us in general, so could just be that folks are paying through the nose to get their usual two weeks in. Skint afterwards, no investy. Lol.
I'm not ok. No. I want this nightmare to end quite frankly, because I've gone beyond the point of patience with it. Additionally, we should have all sold at 8p a month or so ago, then bought back. It would have still been a crap time with this infinite amount of waiting, the prolonged, inhumane torture, but we'd be as' miserable as fook, only with larger holdings. So I'd find myself with a more upbeat kind of feeling as I bang my head against the living room wall. Lol.
I hadn't read your post before I did mine, but I'm not too happy with Kurt's laid back approach. Shame about his recent loss, but I really hope he has the strength within him to fight for this decision for us, rather than take what is a much easier and less stressful back seat and simply continue to wait indefinitely. It matters greatly what we shareholders are enduring too, particularly financially, not just how Kurt feels, and many of us have been waiting for this decision far longer than he has. I feel it is a dangerous game for Kurt to play, if he begins to take shareholders for granted.
Hi Mick. Yes, pretty much the same as you, just waiting for news here, but it's really getting to me now. I appreciate this is an awful time for Kurt, with his Father passing away. You say though that he isn't concerned about the timeline with the MI, and it's great that he remains optimistic about the Concession decision being favourable, but I feel he can't allow thus wait to continue to drag on much past the Summer hols, without pushing Åsa for an outcome. He may not be concerned, but I am, as I would suggest are many shareholders. Each day without this decision is a day to our detriment, I don't want him to just accept that the MI can take as long as it likes, after what we've endured already.
As I say, understandable that this is a very upsetting time for Kurt, but I must trust that he will still be able to retain his focus on our behalf and under no circumstances allow the timescale to slide into next year, without very good reason.
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