Well, I remember delt had a "taking-advantage-of-yourself-on-a-quarter-hourly-basis" target price of £26. Call me a pushover but I suppose, for a quick sale and, under the rubric of leaving something for the next man, I could be persuaded, at gunpoint, to accept £25.50. Good to see a few familiar faces, although perhaps a little more lined, sporting hangdog expressions and bedecked in Primark remainders. The Far End, thanks for that, Not sure there were too many jewels but they disappear when you withdraw from the boards, sometimes voluntarily, sometimes less voluntarily. I have been posting on ADVFN recently. They are more Voltairean in aspect. Indeed, it is virtually impossible to get banned, unless perhaps you are a serial killer, without a blue avatar subscription that is. A world of anomie where most of the posters are either substance abusers or have serious mental health issues; in some cases both.
Mick mentioned that a Mining Licence granted may not see a stratospheric rise immediately. That may be the case. No matter, it may afford those who have followed the story ample opportunity to 'fill their boots'. If I were a degenerate gambler (apart from AIM stocks that is) I would say evens for an outright grant of a licence, evens for more information required and 20-1 for an outright rejection. The last would make Sweden, whose avowed purpose is to make their minerals the equivalent of Norway's oil, something of a laughing stock. Still, the emollient of a generous emolument means everything in BEM's world moves at a glacial pace. (wasn't there a poster called Glacial back in the days whose avatar selection displayed such prescience) Not enough music on this thread: 'Bye Bye Manchester' (not a dig MUFC) http://tinyurl.com/mcz9ezl
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