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Share Price: 0.375Bid: 0.35Ask: 0.40Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Premier Afr
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chippyjo
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RE: Gods
Sat 19:32
!8 months, Gods so not a long termer. Glad your so perceptive to tell someones intellect from a few online posts, you must be a real mensa man! Which begs the question, why you here? Im only killing time between coats of paint drying which is actually becoming more interesting than you. I still think the character traits in your posts do share similarities with another poster here.
Sorry for all the others expecting something useful to read.
 
gods
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RE: Gods
Sat 19:14
Nope, you're not too bright chippy. And if you're not under-water it means you bought in when all the damage was done - so you're hardly a reliable gauge of GR and his performance. As a consequence you can be +ve about things can't you. Hardly a LT holder then.
gods
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RE: Gods
Sat 19:09
Tramp, all you do is make excuses for things that haven't happened, or should have happened. Maybe you should go and work for GR - be his spin doctor, you'd be good at it - you're deluded and full of ****. Oh wait, maybe you do work as his spin doctor. Maybe you and chippy&co are the same people. All sent to the billboards to keep the SP buoyant while we don't get expected news, and instead get placings. Oh what a conspiracy uncovered.

Next, not sure who doesn't know about Tungsten Tramp, and I'm really not sure what point you are trying to make other than making another excuse.

As for starting my own AIM company. You know what, maybe I will. I think I'll mine stardust - very difficult to find, and when you do it's very difficult to mine. But the good thing is I can get in touch with you and chippy and co. and I'm sure you'll give me money for my stardust mining adventure. And after a few bulli**** over-claims, and not delivering, I'll come back and get some more money off you, maybe a few times.

Seems GR needs to deliver for everyone except you guys. Have to say I'm really glad there's easy money optimists kicking about on AIM - our SP would be in the teens otherwise. Thanks for holding up the SP fellas. In the meantime I'll wait until GR actually delivers some value adding news before I sing any praises. Oh and in case you're not sure what value adding news is, you can normally see it in the SP - it's a pretty good indicator.
chippyjo
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RE: Gods
Sat 19:01
Libor +3% for putting up $300000 into the company when it was needed. How much you have in here?
As for not being too clever? Well I'm not the one bellyaching over the share price. So you can rightly assume I'm not under water so i can't be that stupid eh.
As for the 0.2p that was a throw away figure but he could have done it at the last PB fund raise. You still haven't answered why GR would be worried about doing this into a spike? The increase in his holding is minimum compared to the total.
I don't think your very bright....quite dark actually.
gods
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RE: Gods
Sat 18:55
You're not too bright are you chippyjo. You think he could do another raise at .2p? How do you think that would have worked out genius. Where do you think the SP would be now?

As for a spike and new base, yes he was expecting it, and he said as much. It wasn't humour, and if you think it was then you really are ret@rded - like the guy the other day who was saying how much GR was smiling in the interview and that's why he has invested more. I'm guessing he expected the SP to react much more +vely, like many others, and it would be around the .6p so he's got his Libor +3% and a nice 20% extra value in shares. That's exactly what he thought. It's also why the market wasn't going to give him anything, because he just did another raise. Oh and we were still waiting on proper RHA news - you know one with numbers in it. Oh and there's TCT.
donaldtramp
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Anyway
Sat 18:41
It's Saturday night I'm off out!
donaldtramp
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RE: Gods
Sat 18:37
You are still banging exactly the same drum.

Your time is probably better spent looking for the position of a CEO of a start up AIM company and showing the world how to do it, all on time, on budget, with no hic-cups along the way and turn everything into a pot of gold in 5 minutes.

Let me know if you are successful and then we can all watch how you perform... or not as will probably be the case.

Oh p.s Tungsten if you are aware is one of the hardest elements on the planet so by it's very nature is very hard to mine, but I guess you already knew that being the Guru that you come across as.
Moneymunch
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Before my time,
Sat 18:35
so does anyone have the detail on the $18m indebted to PREM for RHA and whether this debt would be considered in the following if it's oewd by the Zimbabwean Govt. ????

"An IMF financial arrangement, for example, would only be possible, after progress is made in resolving Zimbabwe's arrears to other international financial institutions and other creditors."

15/12/17

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says the softening of the Indigenization and Economic Empowerment Act is a step in the right direction and feels the 2018 budget is a good starting point in addressing excessive government expenditure.

Zimbabwe's Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa last week presented the budget seen as tackling the widening fiscal deficit and implementing critical structural reforms. The controversial local ownership law, which requires foreign owned companies to cede 51 percent to black Zimbabweans, was amended to apply only to the Platinum and Diamond sectors.

IMF spokesperson William Murray on Thursday said a mission had concluded its assessment of the country's fiscal position.

"Our understanding as a result of this mission but also in our ongoing context is that the authorities are cognisant of the challenges facing Zimbabwe and have expressed their determination to address them," said Murray.

"They presented their 2018 budget on December 7th and that budget stresses that the government's intention to re-impose budget discipline, reform and open the economy and engage with the broader international community."

Murray added that the IMF stands ready to support the southern African nation but stressed that Zimbabwe would have to pay up its arrears to multilateral lenders before it could receive any new financial support.

"In addition to a strong and coherent reform program, a concerted international effort will be required to revive and reintegrate the Zimbabwe economy," he said.

"An IMF financial arrangement, for example, would only be possible, after progress is made in resolving Zimbabwe's arrears to other international financial institutions and other creditors."
chippyjo
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RE: Gods
Sat 18:34
He's an angry little tinker isn't he! Much like the other little tyke R8attack...
Maybe you should run home to mummy for your comfort blanket. Yes GR was surprised ad i think its called humour his manner in the interview. Maybe you haven't learnt that adult skill yet.
Just for clarity, you think he did the option at above market rate because he thought it was going up. And what then?
If he wanted cheap shares, he could have done another bargain basement fund raise at 0.2 like before but hopefully the dog days are gone. You can keep barking if you want though.
gods
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RE: Gods
Sat 18:27
Chippy, take a look at that interview and GR says he expected the SP to go up - he was genuinely surprised it didn't and had to be asked if he still intended to invest. So if anyone's a bell it's you pal. Go and have a check little dreamer.

Ledsparky, you picked me up on this bb when there was the last f'ing raise - you know, the one at the same time as the PEA. Too many dilutions to stay quiet. Have averaged down twice, and reckon I have a ****load more in this company than you, hence why I'm a little p!ssed with GR and many of his poor decisions.

DonaldTramp (apt name by the way), I thought we dealt with this last night. At no point have I said Zulu and RHA aren't great assets. Zulu is a company maker, and RHA is a source of finance to bring it to fruition. Circum is simply a nice chunk of potential revenue, but not able to be realised for a while, and GR has no f@cking control over how this thing moves anyway. The rest were bad decisions, that should never have been made, and if they weren't you could halve the amount of dilutions. If RHA was up, running and profitable by now (as promised), then there's the other half of dilutions. You don't raise because you couldn't hit your targets - you raise to generate real shareholder value. And when I say 'real' it means it will be seen in the SP. How has that been going for you Tramp? You know the SP? Not so good eh? Just like me. Luckily I haven't been as badly stung by some of the real old hands - how do you explain all these dilutions to them - you know the guys who invested on promises in the pennies years ago. Think about them before you go on another 'ramp'age. Oh and think about reality - you know all the things that have happened (not could happen), because that's what the market is doing, and that's why the SP is where it is.

All we can agree on is this could be a great company. I add though that it will be when GR actually starts delivering, stops diluting to pay for things that shouldn't have happened, and doesn't make anymore idiotic decisions like he has in the past.




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